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The 35-year-old musician had his new wife's name tattooed across his collarbone.
News: Celebs With Tattoos of Significant Others
"Thinking bout you #LuckyMan," Benji wrote.
Benji and Cameron said "I do" during an intimate ceremony at the 42-year-old actress' Beverly Hills home on Jan. 5. The couple had reportedly been seeing each other since May 2014 and got engaged in Dec.
Seeing as how love doesn't always last as long as the tat (we're looking at you, Nick Cannon), we asked Los Angeles tattoo artist Dillon Eaves of Broken Art Tattoo to weigh in on how not to regret getting lovebirds' ink. Here are his three tips:
1. Don't get any script: It's solid black and some of the characters can be »
Dakota Johnson might be all about Christian Grey while in character in the Red Room, but on the Oscars red carpet it was all about mom. Johnson, 25, brought her famous mother, Melanie Griffith, as her date to the awards show Sunday night. "I am a very proud mom," Griffith told ABC's On the Red Carpet as her daughter rubbed her back. When the reporter pressed for more - calling Griffith "a very quiet mom" - she replied, "It's my time to be quiet." Johnson, meanwhile, reacted like any daughter momentarily embarrassed by her mother, rolling her eyes and exclaiming, "Mom! »
- Kathy Ehrich Dowd, @kathyehrichdowd
The Entertainment Tonight vault is packed with more than 30 years of covering the Oscars red carpet. Some of the stars we might see there on Sunday's red carpet are no stranger to the big night.
The media mogul was first nominated in 1986 for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for The Color Purple. When Et caught up with Lady O, Stedman was her date and she was rocking shoulder pads made for the '80s, showing no signs of nerves.
"I am relaxed," the then 32-year-old said. "I'm here to have a good time, really. Where's the shrimp? I'm ready!"
Here's something that's fifty shades of adorable for your Throwback Thursday! Dakota Johnson, who is now an international star thanks to her leading role as Anastasia Steele in the steamy box office smash Fifty Shades of Grey, is set to present an award at Sunday's Oscars ceremony. While it will be her first time onstage at the annual event, it will not be the first time the 25-year-old actress has attended the most prestigious award show in Hollywood. When she was 10 years old, Dakota made her Oscars debut at the 2000 Academy Awards, accompanying mom and actress Melanie Griffith and then-stepfather Antonio Banderas, who was presenting an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film, »
There is only one correct way to prepare for the Oscars: resentfully watching every bad, dubious, or weird movie starring this year's honorees and feeling smug about it. StreamFix is here to help. Here are five weird choices streaming on Netflix to get you caught up on some of the 2014 nominees. "Chalet Girl" with Felicity Jones Felicity Jones would have more of a chance at an Oscar if she just called herself "the other Carey Mulligan" and dealt with it. Anyway, remember "Chalet Girl"? It was about Felicity Jones and Ed Westwick enjoying wonderful times on the slopes. Let us consult The New York Times' review for some insight into this cinematic journey: "'Chalet Girl' may not be particularly creative or genre busting or even a great example of a romantic comedy. But its premise might make you smile." I know I always go to the movies for »
- Louis Virtel
Dakota Johnson comes from a rich background of actors and actresses and is now starting to truly flourish as one herself. Born on October 4th 1989, the 25-year-old star of Fifty Shades of Grey is the daughter of Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson, while her stepfather’s from her mother’s later relationships include Steven Bauer and Antonio Banderas.
Having started her acting career in 1999’s Crazy In Alabama, Johnson has gone on to appear in a number of big movies, such as The Social Network, 21 Jump Street and Need For Speed, but had gone largely under the radar prior to her (somewhat surprising) casting as Anastasia Steele in this year’s adaptation of E. L. James’ incredibly popular erotic novel.
Her profile and career are set to explode following the huge box office success of Fifty Shades of Grey (in spite of its somewhat mixed critical reception), so »
- K.J. Stewart
It's all eyes on Dakota Johnson with Fifty Shades of Grey dominating the box office – but long before she was Anastasia Steele, Dakota was Melanie Griffith's adorable 10-year-old daughter stealing the limelight at the 2000 Academy Awards.
When asked how she picked out her dress, a young Dakota told Et, “I sort of looked around the store and I saw what I liked, so yeah!”
That’s one way to do it!
Flashback: A 21-Year-Old Jennifer Aniston Is Adorable in Her First 'Et' Interview
Her first acting gig was a role in the 1999 Banderas’ directed film, Crazy in Alabama – However, her career didn’t start until 11 years later when she »
A third-generation Hollywood starlet, Johnson got her start in Antonio Banderas's directorial debut, "Crazy in Alabama" (1999), but it would be another decade before the young actress would return to acting. After graduating school, Johnson embraced the limelight and appeared in "The Social Network" (2010) opposite Justin Timberlake, making everyone ask, "Who is that girl?" Beginning this Friday, most of the world will know.
From her famous lineage to her unexpected airplane companion, here are 11 things you (probably) don't know about Dakota Johnson.
[Sources: IMDb, Wikipedia] »
- Jonny Black
Hilla Medalia’s modest, watchable documentary is about Pierre Dulaine, a ballroom dancer and teacher whose work with underprivileged New York schoolchildren was the inspiration for a fiction feature, Take the Lead (2006) starring Antonio Banderas as Pierre. This film is about Dulaine’s return to Jaffa, the city of his birth, and his attempt to set up a new school dance programme to get Jewish and Palestinian children to come together for the first time in their lives, and partner up for waltzes, tangoes and rumbas – a kind of Strictly Come Dancing-style kids’ version of Daniel Barenboim’s West-Eastern Divan Orchestra. It’s a nice idea, and there is something touching and important in showing how the boys and girls are – of course – so shy and giggly with each other at first. »
- Peter Bradshaw
Broad Green Pictures has acquired the U.S. rights to Terrence Malick’s “Knight of Cups” as well as his untitled film which is currently in post-production. The deal marks the beginning of a creative partnership between Bgp and Malick’s team, effectively creating a collaborative home for the filmmaker. The announcement follows the news that Bgp and Malick will be teaming up on “Voyage of Time.” Christian Bale stars in “Knight of Cups” alongside Natalie Portman, Cate Blanchett, Joel Kinnaman, Jason Clarke, Freida Pinto, Teresa Palmer, Imogen Poots, Antonio Banderas, Joe Manganiello and Nick Offerman. Also Read: Christian Bale »
- Jeff Sneider
Animated adventure-comedy The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water's dedication to surreal, anti-formulaic humor makes the film a supremely confident extension of the title character's TV series. Sponge Out of Water playfully reinforces sitcom-style roles and conflicts through a delightfully absurd scenario that builds in its weirdness until climaxing with a talking space-dolphin/singing seagulls rap battle. So while TV SpongeBob's typical adventures don't involve photo-booth time-machines and Antonio Banderas in a pirate outfit, Sponge Out of Water is still business as usual for the irrepressibly cheerful, pineapple-dwelling sea-creature.
There is a strong chance many of you out there will feel a bit old with what I am about to say. Back in 1999, I was six years old. The reason I bring this up is because the television program "SpongeBob SquarePants" started airing that year. As a kid who watched a ton of cartoons, "SpongeBob" was one of my favorites, and to this day, I can still go back and watch those first three or four seasons not only with nostalgia but legitimate enjoyment. The writing, animation, and vocal performances on that show are unique, vibrant, and, most importantly, really funny. The jokes drift from the silliest of silly to the driest of wit. Not a week goes by without me quoting it at least half a dozen times. Despite my love for those early years, the recent seasons, which I check up on now and again, have not been the greatest. »
- Mike Shutt
Sneak Peek footage from writer/director Terrence Malick's new romantic fantasy drama "Knight of Cups" starring Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett, Natalie Portman, Brian Dennehy, Antonio Banderas, Freida Pinto, Wes Bentley and Imogen Poots:
"...a screenwriter living in Los Angeles tries to make sense of the strange events occurring around him..."
The title of the film refers to the 'tarot' card of the same name, where 'Knight' is the face card, similar to a 'Jack', 'Queen', or 'King' and 'Cups' is the suit, roughly equating with the traditional suit, 'Hearts.
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Knight Of Cups"...
- Michael Stevens
Terence Malick is possibly the only living director that I think has had a perfect career so far. Many directors have at least one stumbling block, and for many years I believed Malick’s brilliance was only because he rarely made a film. I still remember what a big deal The Thin Red Line was when it first came out. Nowadays though, the man is a lot more prolific, with Knight Of Cups being his third film in four years.
Being a man who once gave himself a 20 year hiatus, you can always count on Malick’s films to be considered almost necessary. His latest sees Christian Bale star as a screenwriter trying to make sense of the world around him with the title derived from a tarot card:
Once there was a young prince whose father, the king of the East, sent him down into Egypt to find a pearl. »
- Luke Ryan Baldock
This movie sucked. It had barely any good parts. The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water starts off with this evil pirate (Antonio Banderas) trying to get a special book. He grabs the book and reads it to pigeons. The book is about Bikini Bottom and as the pirate reads the story the camera pans down to Bikini Bottom where SpongeBob and Patrick are trying to destroy Plankton for the hundredth time. When this fails and Plankton gets his hand on the secret formula SpongeBob has to get the secret formula back, but in the process it just disappears.
This causes the entire community of Bikini Bottom to freak out. Everyone has gone mad. So, Plankton and SpongeBob go on a mission to find the secret formula. This mission goes on for most of the movie. Then they convince their friends to help. Their journey to find the secret formula »
- Miranda Clarke
Just hours after FilmNation held the world premiere of Knight of Cups at the Berlin Film Festival today, the studio has released the first poster from director Terrence Malick's upcoming drama. FilmNation has not announced a theatrical release date at this time, but we'll keep you posted as soon as we hear anything official from the studio.
Once there was a young prince whose father, the king of the East, sent him down into Egypt to find a pearl. But when the prince arrived, the people poured him a cup. Drinking it, he forgot he was the son of a king, forgot about the pearl and fell into a deep sleep. Rick's (Christian Bale) father used to read this story to him as a boy. The road to the East stretches out before him. Will he set forth? Isabel Lucas, Cate Blanchett, Natalie Portman, Brian Dennehy, Antonio Banderas, Freida Pinto, »
The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water has debuted at the top of the Us box office.
The children's comedy starring Antonio Banderas took $56 million during its first weekend in theatres, securing the film the top spot.
The Boy Next Door completes the top ten with weekend takings of just over $4 million.
The Us weekend box office Top 10 for February 6 - 8 (studio estimates, all figures in Us dollars) is »
You go into a Terrence Malick movie expecting a gorgeous collage of sound and image, but not necessarily the sight of a neon-lit strip club, a Caesars Palace pool party, or a fashion shoot where a model is told to pose like “a dirty f—ing housewife.” In other words, there’s something at once vividly familiar and strikingly different about “Knight of Cups,” a feverish plunge into the toxic cloud of decadence swirling around a Los Angeles screenwriter gone to seed. Having made contemporary American life seem both recognizable and alien in “To the Wonder,” Malick now extends that film’s tender romantic ballet into a corrosive critique of Hollywood hedonism — a poisoned valentine to the industry by way of a Fellini-esque bacchanal. Those who have had their fill of the director’s impressionistic musings will find his seventh feature as empty as the lifestyle it puts on display; for the rest of us, »
- Justin Chang
When asked about having doubts about her leading lady role, the 25-year-old actress admitted to The Telegraph, "Absolutely. The whole time. Even now there are moments when I think, 'What the f*** have I done?'"
Photos: Celebrities In Their Underwear
That being said, Johnson-- the daughter of Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson, granddaughter of The Birds star Tippi Hedren and former step-daughter of Antonio Banderas -- said she has no problem going nude on camera. "It's true that I'm not ashamed of my body," she said. "I'm comfortable and I think more women should be more confident. I think nudity and sexual scenes in movies are beautiful when they’re tastefully done."
Fifty Shades of Grey, hitting »
Having had its premiere over the last weekend at the Berlin Film Festival, the first poster for Terrence Malick’s (Badlands, Tree of Life) new film Knight of Cups has now been revealed by FilmNation Entertainment…
See Also: Watch the first trailer for Knight of Cups
Rick (Bale) is a slave to the Hollywood system. He is addicted to success but simultaneously despairs at the emptiness of his life. He is at home in a world of illusions but seeks real life. Like the tarot card of the title, Rick is easily bored and needs outside stimulation. But the Knight of Cups is also an artist, a romantic and an adventurer.
In Terrence Malick’s seventh film a gliding camera once again accompanies a tormented hero on his search for meaning. Once again a voiceover is laid over images which also seek their own authenticity. And once again Malick seems »
- Scott J. Davis
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