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Well this is only mildly terrifying. Benji Madden went out to dinner with wife Cameron Diaz to L.A.'s The Nice Guy Saturday and debuted a brand-new head tattoo just in time for Halloween. The intricate ink features intersecting lines that make multiple triangles and what looks to be the shape of a skull. If he ever regrets his decision he can always grow out his buzzed hair to cover it up. The Good Charlotte guitarist is no stranger to tattoos, as the majority of his chest is covered in them. About two months after he and Diaz tied the knot, he honored their union by getting her name inked across his chest in script. "Thinking bout you❤❤❤ #LuckyMan," he captioned that tattoo's »
Newlyweds Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden did date night, and flaunted a new art piece ... on his cabeza. Madden and Diaz hit up The Nice Guy in West Hollywood Saturday night, and it looks like Benji's tattoo artist has been busy ... based on the complex design now blanketing his head. Madden went much simpler when it came to honoring his wife with some ink on his chest. It's just a matter of time before »
- TMZ Staff
Well, that's an interesting choice! Just in time for Halloween season, Benji Madden debuted a seriously intricate (and kind of freaky!) tattoo on his scalp while on a date night with his wife of nine months, Cameron Diaz, on Oct. 3. The famous twosome were spotted out at The Nice Guy in West Hollywood making an exit to their waiting Uber, when photographers snapped pictures of the Good Charlotte guitarists's fresh ink. A photo posted by The B-man (@benjaminmadden) on Feb 23, 2015 at 2:38am Pst The twin [...] »
[[tmz:video id="0_j2sz9yie"]] Cameron Diaz hit the town Saturday night with rock star hubby Benji Madden, and with the exception of one fumble they seemed to have a good time. Cameron hit the pavement, just one step before getting into her ride as she left the Nice Guy in West Hollywood. There are reports Cameron is pregnant, but it hasn't been confirmed. Read more »
- TMZ Staff
The Power Rangers movie doesn't hit theaters until 2017, so we have a full year of speculation and rumors to wade through before we even get a first look at footage. Today, mostly respectable trade publication Variety reports that Lionsgate is already testing actors for the movie. No surprise, they are mostly unknowns.
Dean Israelite, best known for his found footage time travel adventure Project Almanac, is directing. The script has been turned into executives at Lionsgate. And so, the production team has set out to find their new teenage Power Rangers, with the movie getting a http://movieweb.com/power-rangers-movie-story-new-team/high school backdrop. Testing for the Black Ranger, whose real name is Zack, are three actors you may have never heard of. And with this reboot, to avoid any misguided claims of stereotyping or invert racist, the Black Ranger will not be African-American. Daniel Zovatto is first up for the role. »
This story first appeared in the Oct. 9 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. To receive the magazine, click here to subscribe. Cameron Diaz is a bigger star than Jamie Foxx. At least that's the way Sony saw it when paying the actress $7.5 million to appear in Annie, $2.5 million more than her male co-star. To illustrate the state of Hollywood salaries, THR analyzed two full production budgets revealed in the Sony hack — one for a midrange family movie, the other the pilot for Battle Creek, a CBS series that aired this spring — chosen
- Austin Siegemund-Broka, Paul Bond
Matt Damon's having a moment, and it doesn't seem like it's a good one. Whenever an actor has a new project coming out, they're automatically in the hot seat, and you'd better believe there is a small army hard at work trying to make sure that nothing happens during that press tour that might impact the overall success of the film. Add in a new TV show that's rolling out the same time as the movie is being released, and you have so many more opportunities for the actor to hang themselves, particularly in the atmosphere of constantly-simmering outrage that exists right now. Damon has never been one to keep his opinion to himself, and it was interesting watching a moment from "Project Greenlight" blow up in his face, especially since he's part of the producing team that is responsible for the show. He could have had that moment »
- Drew McWeeny
In some ways, 1994's The Mask was ahead of its time. Sure, when we try to pick out the greatest comic-book adaptations today, we're spoilt for choice: with Marvel entering the third phase of their cinematic universe, transforming formerly obscure characters into mainstream icons, and DC's Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice ready to kick their movies up into a higher gear, the list of adaptations looks set to grow and grow.
Still, movies based on comic books remain largely superhero-centric, which is a shame considering the huge range of fantastic titles out there deserving of a larger audience. Just over 20 years ago, particularly in the UK, comic books and their respective characters were generally seen as childish, goofy, for nerds only – and the lack »
On Wednesday, Benji Madden put his courtly manners on display during a shopping trip with Cameron Diaz in La. Benji was seen walking Cameron over to the passenger side of their car and sweetly opening the door for her. This was just the latest couple's outing where we've gotten a glimpse at Benji's chivalrous ways. In August, he sent a loving message to his wife in honor of her 43rd birthday, and that same week, the pair was spotted holding hands at Lax. »
- Monica Sisavat
No heavy coverage here! Cameron Diaz looked fresh-faced while out for lunch in L.A. with sister-in-law Nicole Richie on Tuesday, Sept. 22. The blonde pair was spotted enjoying a casual meal at SugarFish as they smiled tentatively for cameras, while the Annie star clutched her jacket to her stomach. Diaz, 43, who married Good Charlotte rocker Benji Madden in January, wore a knee-length denim skirt with a white denim jacket and paired the ensemble with tan Rag & Bone booties and a matching shoulder bag. She appeared to [...] »
“Five Nights in Maine” writer and director Maris Curran approached David Oyelowo at Sundance Film Festival and handed him the script for the film, saying she wrote the screenplay just for him. That is something Oyelowo revealed in TheWrap’s interview studio at the Toronto International Film Festival, where he, Curran and co-star Rosie Perez stopped by for “Drinking With the Stars,” sponsored by teapigs. “Literally, I just saw this beautiful face approach me through a crowd and she said, ‘I brought this for you’ and handed me a script,” Oyelowo said of Curran. “I was like, ‘oh my goodness, »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
Charlie's Angels has already survived a few reboots, and another big screen outing is apparently on the cards.
For most, “reformed hit man” suggests someone who used to kill people but doesn’t anymore. In the case of “Mr. Right,” however, the label has an altogether different meaning: Instead of bumping off the targets he’s hired to eliminate, Sam Rockwell’s born-again executioner kills the folks who contracted him instead. Not an especially sustainable work model, professionally speaking (it’s murder on word-of-mouth, for starters), but then, this fixer is ready to make some changes in his own life, maybe even find romance with an on-the-rebound Anna Kendrick — which is where Max Landis’ ultra-cutesy script picks up, asking whether a character like that can find and sustain love … or else die trying. For about a decade after “Pulp Fiction,” such quirky hit-man comedies were all the rage, though in the post-“Gigli” era, (the eerily similar) “Mr. Right” just feels wrong.
That’s not to say audiences »
- Peter Debruge
Undercover agents have been all the rage this year on the silver screen, whether they have been men from U.N.C.L.E., Kingsmen, or a dude on an impossible mission. So, where are the ladies? This is the right time to bring back Charlie.s Angels, and Pitch Perfect 2 director Elizabeth Banks may be the ideal candidate for the gig. But who would Banks cast as the next generation of Angels? The last time we saw the ass-kicking ladies on screen, they were personified by Cameron Diaz, Lucy Liu and Drew Barrymore. Even though Barrymore recently confided plans for a potential third movie, this franchise reset likely would look for fresh faces to fill its titular trio. We went ahead and picked 9 beautiful and talented actresses who we think would have the chemistry, the comedic chops and the action background needed to play one of Charlie.s Angels. »
In news that is both great, and carved directly from common sense, Elizabeth Banks is forging ahead with her blossoming directing career, by apparently entering negotiations for the director’s chair of a Charlie’s Angels reboot for Sony. She would also produce the film. With the big screen update of the TV show 21 Jump Street having been incredibly successful – creating a franchise for Columbia and MGM in the process – it seems Sony would like to try its hand at doing the same for the popular female-led action adventure tale, breathing new life into a movie franchise that stalled over a decade ago.
The original Charlie’s Angels series ran from 1976 to 1981, and starred Kate Jackson, Jaclyn Smith and Farrah Fawcett – although Fawcett was replaced by Cheryl Ladd after the first season. The lead actresses played skilled private detectives working for an elusive, unseen supervisor called Charlie, with the assistance »
- Sarah Myles
Based on the hit 1970s TV series starring Farrah Fawcett, Kate Jackson and Jaclyn Smith, Charlie’s Angels revolves around three female detectives who solve cases for their mysterious benefactor Charlie.
The series first made the jump to the big screen under director McG in 2000, with Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz and Lucy Liu featuring in the cast. The trio returned alongside McG for the 2003 sequel Charlie’s Angles: Full Throttle.
- Gary Collinson
Sony Pictures is developing a new big screen version of the "Charlie's Angels" TV series and has hired "Pitch Perfect 2" helmer and actress Elizabeth Banks to direct the film. The original show focused on three women who worked as a team of private investigators, receiving their orders from the mysterious Charlie Townsend. The popular series ran for five seasons and, in 2000, launched a feature film franchise starring Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu. That film also turned out a 2003 sequel, "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle." A television "Charlie's Angels" reboot was attempted in 2011 with Annie Ilonzeh, Minka Kelly, Rachael Taylor headlining. Airing on ABC, it only lasted eight episodes. »
Things went really rather well for Elizabeth Banks with her feature directorial debut this summer. She helmed Pitch Perfect 2, which proved to be a good hit in the Us especially, and in turn is leading to Pitch Perfect 3 (which is due in 2017).
Yet Banks may not be returning to direct that one (although she's a producer on the series too, as well as her work in front of the camera, so she'll still be involved), as instead, she may be heading over to Sony to direct the big screen reboot of Charlie's Angels.
Based on the hit 1970s TV series that originally starred Farrah Fawcett, Kate Jackson and Jaclyn Smith, Charlie's Angels first headed to the big screen in 2000. Then, Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz and Lucy Liu took on the three lead roles for director McG, »
Get ready, Charlie and the angels are coming back to the big screen after Sony decided to reboot the famous franchise—but that's not all! A source tells E! News that Elizabeth Banks is in negotiations to direct the highly anticipated reboot with her husband and producing partner Max Handelman. The studio and producers will begin a search for a writer to tackle the reboot, according to The Hollywood Reporter, who first broke the story. There's no word on who the studio is eyeing to portray the the roles of the angels, which was first done by Farrah Fawcett, Kate Jackson and Jaclyn Smith in the 1970s television series, and then by Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz and Lucy Liu in the 2000 action comedy »
The classic 1970s action-adventure series could be in for a modern update with Banks on board to both produce and direct, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Sony is currently in the process of finding a writer to work on a new big-screen adventure for the never-seen Charlie Townsend and his female crime-fighting squad.
Watch the opening credits for the original »
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