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On the heels of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's surprise wedding, many of their fellow A-listers are offering their congratulations to the happy couple. "How great is that?" George Clooney, himself about to approach the altar, told People. "I'm really happy for Brad and Angie and their whole family." Elsewhere on Twitter, more celebs Tweeted our their 140-character salutations. See the highlights, below: View the story "The Best Celeb Reactions to Brad and Angelina's Surprise Wedding" on Storify Related: See Brad and Angelina's Top 10 Pda Moments/people/gallery/0,,20587110,00.html »
- Nate Jones, @kn8
George congratulates Brad.
Let all the congratulations begin!
Brad Pitt's close friend and Ocean's Eleven co-star George Clooney commented on the news that Pitt officially married his longtime love Angelina Jolie Saturday in France, telling Et, "How great is that?!! I'm really happy for Brad and Angie and their whole family."
Photo: See Brad Pitt's Wedding Ring!
And perhaps he can ask Brad for some tips?
Clooney, 53, is currently preparing for his own upcoming nuptials -- he got engaged to British attorney Amal Alamuddin in April, and the two took out a marriage license in London earlier this month.
Mixing high-profile star power with offbeat titles, the 41st Telluride Film Festival is offering an impressive glimpse at an array of awards contenders over Labor Day weekend.
The four-day fest, which starts Friday with a tribute to Francis Ford Coppola’s “Apocalypse Now,” includes the first showings of Reese Witherspoon’s “Wild,” Benedict Cumberbatch’s “The Imitation Game,” Jon Stewart’s “Rosewater” and Mia Wasikowska’s “Madame Bovary” — the 10th film adaptation of the French novel.
The Venice Film Festival opener “Birdman,” which has vaulted Michael Keaton into awards contention, will also screen at Telluride. Ramin Bahrani’s housing crisis drama “99 Homes” is screening at both festivals as is Joshua Oppenheimer’s documentary “The Look of Silence.”
Several Cannes titles are coming to Telluride: Mike Leigh’s “Mr. Turner,” Bennett Miller’s “Foxcatcher,” Xavier Dolan’s “Mommy,” the Dardenne Brothers’ workplace drama “Two Days, One Night,” Andrei Zvyagintsev’s “Leviathan »
- Dave McNary
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are officially married! People reports that the two tied the knot in France on Saturday. The marriage comes two years after the pair got engaged in 2012, with Brad popping the question with a custom-designed ring. Angie and Brad have been dating since 2005 after they met on the set of Mr. and Mrs. Smith. The couple has six children: Maddox, 13; Pax, 11; Zahara, 9; Shiloh, 8; and 6-year-old twins, Knox and Vivienne, all of whom were involved in the wedding. A spokesperson confirmed that Maddox and Pax walked Angie down the aisle, while Zahara and Vivienne served as flower girls. Shiloh and Knox were ring bearers. If the couple has been planning their nuptials, they did a good job of hiding it from the public. When Brad and Angie's friend George Clooney got engaged to Amal Alamuddin earlier this year, Angelina said that George would likely get married before »
Now that's conservation. Matt Damon, an advocate for clean water worldwide, wasn't going to be wasteful when he stepped up to respond to the ice-bucket challenge. Noting the ongoing drought in California and the global challenges of clean water, Damon went not to a garden hose or faucet but straight to the toilet to douse himself for Als research, explaining that such water in Western nations is typically cleaner than drinking water in developing countries. Though his choice might gross out some, Damon said adequate sanitation is still a problem for 2.4 billion people. "Because I co-founded Water.org, and we »
- Andrea Billups
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Amal Alamuddin is paying a visit to George Clooney on set! While the 53-year-old Oscar winner was busy filming a new Nespresso commercial in Cernobbia, Italy today, his gorgeous fiancé stopped by set to watch her man work. Dressed in a colorful floral-print dress and sunglasses, the 36-year-old barrister was all smiles while watching her hubby-to-be film scenes for the ad. Meanwhile, Clooney was suited up in a dark suit with a white shirt that was unbuttoned at the collar. The ageless actor looked handsome while filming with a cup of espresso in hand. In between takes, Clooney and Alamuddin couldn't keep their hands off each other and were spotted hugging, kissing and getting close. Too »
Beyonce: wonderful performer, Vma superstar, drunk-in-lovemaker. But is she flawless? We have to say no. In this episode of The Snap, we count down Beyonce's 20 Biggest Flaws. Turns out Mrs. Carter isn't quite the untarnished gem we thought she was. Hmph! Check out all of The Snap's episodes: Ep. #22: Everything We Learned From Robin Williams Movies Ep. #21: A Tribute to the One Woman in Every All-Male Ensemble Ep. #20: Clueless at Comic-Con Ep. #19: The Comic-Con Preview We Need Ep. #18: We Review Every Celebrity Sex Tape Ep. #17: The Biggest Movie Bombs of 2014 Ep. #16: 25 Reasons to Worship Tilda Swinton Ep. #15: The Secrets of 'Transformers' Ep. #14: What to Know About the 2014 World Cup Ep. #13: The 10 Worst Types of Facebook Status Ep. #12: Why Meryl Streep Needs to Join 'Star Wars' Ep. #11: Everything You Don't Know About 'Maleficent' Ep. #10: Good God, »
- Louis Virtel
A quarter-century after “Batman” ushered in the era of Hollywood mega-tentpoles — hollow comicbook pictures manufactured to enthrall teens and hustle merch — a penitent Michael Keaton returns with the comeback of the century, “Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance),” a blisteringly hot-blooded, defiantly anti-formulaic look at a has-been movie star’s attempts to resuscitate his career by mounting a vanity project on Broadway. , that will electrify the industry, captivate arthouse and megaplex crowds alike, send awards pundits into orbit and give fresh wings to Keaton’s career.
See Also: Michael Keaton Bursts Into Oscar Race
Keaton was a controversial choice to play the Caped Crusader back in 1989, though the role was the best and worst thing that could have happened to the “Mr. Mom” star, who became world-renowned but never found another role of that stature — and who didn’t get nearly the same boost from working with Tarantino (on »
- Peter Debruge
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Matt Damon promotes two causes at the same time.
Matt Damon envisions a day where everyone has access to clean water.
Instead, he took the water from his toilet to make another point and promote another cause that is important to him.
In his YouTube video, Matt says, "This is truly toilet water. I've been collecting it from various toilets around the house."
Although it was more than 24 hours later, Matt says he'll not only pay the fine and donate to Als but wants to bring awareness to Water.org, a non-profit he co-founded to provide safe water and sanitation in the developing world.
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Not a lot to say in the pre-amble to this week’s selection of titles. Should probably apologise for the negativity in advance because a lot of the below is dreck this week across any content provider apart from the occasional bright spot and a new Netflix exclusive. Hopefully you will be able to at least find something worth a look that floats your boat.
This week’s titles of note are as follows:
There really isn’t anymore praise that I can heap on Alfonso Cuaron’s outer space thrill ride that hasn’t been heaped upon it already. Upon repeat viewing what impresses more and more is the technical marvel that this film represents with Gravity being a massive leap forward in the use of virtual sets as well as animation that looks like real people.
There are apparently whole entire scenes here featuring Sandra Bullock and »
- Chris Holt
What do you suppose Sarah Silverman meant by the bizarre remark in her Emmy acceptance speech Sunday night that we're all made of molecules hurtling through space? Maybe it was an oblique reference to television itself, which is now less a medium than a disembodied signal that we watch at a time and place of our own choosing. On some level, the creators of TV seem to realize that their medium is heading into a future that's even less shackled to the living room screen and the three hours after dinner than ever. And yet, watching last night's 66th Primetime Emmy Awards, one felt a sense of déjà vu, of watching a medium celebrate its ties to its own past. We'd seen many of the honorees picking up trophies before, and maybe we'd even heard the same jokes and patter before.
Seth Meyers could win the Emmy for Best Awards »
- Gary Susman
At one point The Man from U.N.C.L.E. was to be directed by Steven Soderbergh with names such as George Clooney, Bradley Cooper and Joel Edgerton attached over various stages of production. Then Soderbergh dropped off and Guy Ritchie took over and Tom Cruise flirted with the idea of starring until he also dropped out. Finally things came together, Ritchie is directing and Henry Cavill (Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice) and Armie Hammer (The Social Network, The Lone Ranger) are toplining the adaptation of the '60s television show, and now the first pictures have arrived thanks to a couple of scanned images from the pages of Empire magazine. Set for an August 14, 2015 release from Warner Bros., the film is against the backdrop of the early 1960s, at the height of the Cold War centering on CIA agent Solo (Cavill) and Kgb agent Kuryakin (Hammer). Forced to put aside longstanding hostilities, »
- Brad Brevet
Based on the 2005 documentary of the same name, the story will focus on the strategies of American political campaigns and how effective they are in the deeply religious, deeply political South.
George Clooney and his business partner Grant Heslov will co-produce alongside Bullock under their Smokehouse Pictures company banner. With the film in early pre-production not much else is known about the project at this time.
Clooney and co. directed and produced fellow political drama The Ides Of March back in 2012. We imagine Our Brand In Crisis will perform along the same lines, but with Gordon Green attached who knows what will happen.
- Jazmine Sky Bradley
One person who is super happy for George Clooney's engagement and upcoming wedding to fiancée Amal Alamuddin? His pal and former ER co-star Julianna Margulies! The 48-year-old Good Wife star says she couldn't be more excited for Clooney and his soon-to-be wife. "I'm thrilled!" Margulies told E! last night at Variety and Women in Film's Emmys party at Gracias Madre in West Hollywood. "She's a great girl." While Margulies stayed tight-lipped on Clooney's upcoming wedding, she was all smiles while talking about her longtime friend. As E! News reported last week, the 53-year-old actor and Alamuddin will likely marry next month at his Lake Como home »
As far as most people can tell, though the actual chronology tends to get confusing, it all started with the late Andrew Brietbart.
In between the right wing of American politics stomping up and down about Hollywood liberals like George Clooney and Angelina Jolie, occasionally they take a break and instead summarily hijack a beloved film for their own political means. As opposed to successfully producing content that is undoubtedly in line with their politics, guys like Rush Limbaugh and Brietbart are quicker to repurpose an already well-packaged product.
That’s exactly what Brietbart.com did with Christopher Nolan’s second foray into Gotham, praising The Dark Knight for its clear anti-terrorism pro-Patriot Act stance. This became a major talking point throughout the news and blogosphere as the film’s popularity grew. And for folks as far right as Limbaugh, it must have felt like Christmas.
I mean, here we have a film, »
- Kenny Hedges
George who? Elisabetta Canalis recently opened up about her engagement to orthopedic surgeon beau Brian Perri and her famous ex George Clooney to Italy's Chi magazine. The 35-year-old Italian actress/model revealed that Perri asked her father for permission and that she will wear an Alessandro Angelozzi couture gown for her special day. "I met a 46-year-old man who has never married and does not have children, a rarity," she told the mag. As for her diamond: "It is the most beautiful ring I have ever seen," she [...] »
John Wick: Keanu Reeves stars as a former professional assassin in the upcoming John Wick, and the first image has been released. He's seeking revenge against the crime bosses who took everything from him; Adrianne Palicki, Bridget Moynahan, Ian McShane, John Leguizamo and Willem Dafoe also star. The movie opens in theaters on October 24. [Yahoo] Our Brand Is Crisis: Sandra Bullock (above, in Gravity) has been confirmed to star in Our Brand Is Crisis, described as a political "dramedy." It's based on a 2005 documentary about Latin American political campaigns inspired by American strategies. George Clooney will produce; David Gordon Green (Prince Avalanche) will direct for Warner Bros. [Variety] The Hateful Eight: Will Jennifer Lawrence...
- Peter Martin
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