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This story first appeared in the May 2 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. Hollywood's glitziest contribution to the 1964 New York World's Fair was staging the black-tie premiere of What a Way to Go! on its 646-acre grounds. It was quite the production: Stars and guests passed through turnstiles at the Times Square subway station, then were serenaded by a guitarist/bassist/bongo drummer trio as they boarded a specially outfitted Irt 7 Flushing Express to Queens. Photos: Unseen Photos of Young Michael Douglas, Shirley Temple, Elvis Presley The bouffant hairdo of star Shirley MacLaine, then 30, rose so high it brushed against the balloons floating on the ceiling
- Bill Higgins
Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas wowed us on the red carpet last night, posing together and smiling for photographers, despite separating just eight short months ago. And while Catherine always cleans up beautifully for any appearance, her inherent elegance shined through without fail while standing next to her former flame. The gorgeous actress wore a striking black ensemble with a plunging neckline paired with an embellished clutch and dazzling drop earrings, but our attention was actually firmly fixed on her hot new hairstyle. The brunette beauty debuted fresh new bangs that framed her face and drew attention to her sparkling eyes effortlessly. If you ask us, Catherine keeps »
According to the Mirror, the couple who spent three months apart to in order to work on their marriage, appeared to be quite at ease in each other's company.
The 44-year-old actress, who looked elegant sporting a blunt fringe hairstyle with long-sleeved black dress with a plunging neck, proudly showed off her wedding ring while they attended the director Steven Soderbergh's event.
Douglas, 69, donned a matching black suit without a tie. (Ani) »
- Lohit Reddy
Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones just made their first red carpet appearance together since announcing their split last year. The husband and wife were at The Library's opening night at The Public Theater in New York City on Tuesday evening. The couple most recently stepped out Apr. 5 when they were honored at the Windward School in L.A. The 69-year-old actor has made no secret that he's been working on his marriage with the 44-year-old beauty. Last year during an appearance on The Tonight Show, Douglas explained that "Sometimes people take a little bit of a break, but it doesn't necessarily mean that's the end." He added, "I'm very »
Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones are together again on the red carpet. The couple, who decided to step back and evaluate their marriage last June, hit a red carpet event together for the first time together since their break on Tuesday for opening night of The Library at The Public Theater in New York City. The off-Broadway play, starring 17-year-old Chloë Moretz, concerns the aftermath of a school shooting and is directed by Steven Soderbergh, who directed both Douglas, 69, and Zeta-Jones, 44, in 2000's Traffic.The couple looked relaxed and happily posed for photos, with Zeta-Jones in a plunging black dress and sporting blunt bangs. »
- Michelle Tauber
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- Alyse Whitney
It looks like Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas are in a much better place these days!The A-list stars hit up the red carpet for "The Library" opening night at the Public Theater in New York City on Tuesday. This is the first public appearance for the couple -- who briefly split last summer -- since reconciling their relationship. Catherine looked lovely in a low-cut, long-sleeved black gown, and blunt bangs. She finished her look with a green studded clutch and strappy sandals. Douglas looked dapper in his black suit which he paired with a white button-down shirt. We think it's great that the high profile couple are attending events together again! The two haven't been photographed together on the red carpet since April 2013!Check out the gallery above to see even more long-lasting Hollywood couples. Read more »
- tooFab Staff
They're on the red-carpet road to reconciliation! Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas reunited Tuesday, April 15, for their first joint red-carpet appearance since announcing their separation last August. The married couple of 13 years, both sporting their wedding bands, wore complementary black outfits to the opening night of drama The Library at NYC's Public Theater. Zeta-Jones, 44, looked stunning in a black long-sleeve dress with a plunging neckline, rocking a new set of bangs, plum lip color, and beaded clutch by alice + olivia, while beaming beside her [...] »
Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas are making it work. Eight months after the famous couple separated to "evaluate and work on their marriage," the A-list actors reunited on the red carpet Tuesday night. Zeta-Jones—who also debuted new blunt bangs—joined her husband of 13 years for The Library's opening night at The Public Theater in New York City. The actress, 44, and the actor, 69, have been spotted together often in recent months, but this marked the first time they attended an official event since separating. They were supporting director Steven Soderbergh, who created the play. Zeta-Jones worked with the filmmaker on Traffic, Ocean's Twelve and Side Effects, while Douglas worked »
I'm still getting used to the fact that Brad Pitt is now an Oscar-winning producer -- one wonders whether, like Michael Douglas before him, the acting award will come later, Either way, the man's no slouch in the off-screen department: aside from "12 Years a Slave," the man's production credits range from "The Departed" to "Kick-Ass" to "The Tree of Life" to the (likely Cannes-bound) HBO feature "The Normal Heart." And now "The Operators," to which Pitt is also attached to star as Us military general Stanley McChrystal. As is often the case on his producing projects, Pitt's taste in collaborators is pretty forward-thinking: David Michod, the Australian director of the bristling, Oscar-nominated crime drama "Animal Kingdom," will write and direct the project. Michod's second feature "The Rover," a post-apocalyptic thriller starring Guy Pearce and Robert Pattinson, is due for release this summer, and tipped to appear in the Cannes Film Festival lineup later this week. »
- Guy Lodge
The first trailer for David Fincher's hotly-anticipated thriller Gone Girl debuted today, and it's yet another fantastic promo from a director who's served up some of the best mainstream Hollywood fare over the last two decades.
Many movies rely on marketing agencies to cut their trailer material, but in recent years Fincher has operated a little differently, getting involved himself from the get-go to help shape how his movies are sold. It shows; first looks for Fincher releases are often mini-movies in themselves, oblique and creative teasers designed to hook you in before a more accessible promo is released.
Digital Spy goes film-by-film with Fincher's trailer back catalogue to highlight 8 of his best promos below. We've excluded Alien 3 on the grounds that Fincher lost final cut to the studio and had little to do with the film by the time it was released.
A pitch black »
Thomas Roach with eight predictions for the Marvel Cinematic Universe…
Through years of planning and a chain of successes Marvel Studios has delivered films that both excel at the box office and please their fans. Unlike the other superhero movies, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has all these characters existing in the same universe and crossing over into each other’s films – this started with Iron Man back in 2008 and the standalone films led to the first Avengers film which saw these extraordinary characters team up.
The success is trying to be imitated by Warner Bros. with the DC cinematic universe and Fox who have ambitions of a shared universe between X-Men and Fantastic Four – the only Marvel properties they own. Marvel Studios has definitely got it right though where the others fail. It is a great time for Marvel Studios and there is no sign of this slowing down any time soon. »
- Gary Collinson
Dancing dogs, twerking grandparents and teary-faced children, your time has come. It's that time of year again - Britain's Got Talent is back!
Will Simon Cowell be softer now that he's a loved-up father? Will the Walliams bromance live on for another series? And how long will we have to wait for a ballroom dancing poodle? These are all questions we need answering. And answering pronto.
So thank the lord and Amanda Holden, Bgt is back. Make sure you stick with Digital Spy throughout the first auditions show as we'll be live-tweeting and blogging all the action and the funniest reactions from you guys.
Send your best tweets to @digitalspy and in the comments below. They may even get a mention in the blog!
21:22Good night folks! Thanks for all your comments on here and on Twitter. Please keep leaving your comments about tonight's show. Did you love it? »
It's back! The biggest reality show in the world returns tonight - along with its judges Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden - and it's just as crazy, emotional and funny as ever.
If you just can't wait until tonight and need a few hints about what's coming up, then read on for our ten teasers about tonight's show (mild spoilers, naturally, lie ahead)...
1. One contestant is told: "You need to work on your swallowing."
3. There are contestants from Greece, Detroit, France and Ukraine.
4. One surprisingly good act got rousing applause from the cynical reporters at the press launch - twice.
5. "I'm the only person in the world who does this." (There may be a reason for that.)
6. There is a stripping, roller-skating Wonder Woman who sings 'Born This Way'.
7. Fans of »
We learned a lot from Marvel’s first phase of movies. The Avengers films are a culmination of the individual outings containing threads that will eventually be woven together.
Next year brings us Avengers: Age of Ultron, featuring the villainous artificial intelligence that threatens to eradicate humanity. There’s been a lot of speculation around Ultron and his eventual origins in the movies. The ‘cut and paste’ style Marvel studios has been employing with their adaptations of these comics means the traditional Ultron origin story is probably out. Especially considering that Hank Pym isn’t being introduced until the following year.
So if Ultron isn’t being created by Hank Pym, where’s he coming from? Here’s some rampant speculation…
Ultron is created by »
- Gary Collinson
Exclusive: War Horse star Jeremy Irvine has been set to star in Stonewall, the next film that Roland Emmerich will direct. Scripted by Jon Robin Baitz, the film is about the June 28, 1969 police raid at the Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village, a mafia-owned bar that was a gathering place for gays and transgenders. It became the flashpoint for the gay rights movement, a galvanizing event that is considered a touchstone even today in the fight for equal rights for the gay and transgender population. Emmerich’s way in is to focus on a young man’s political awakening in the backdrop of those riots. The film is being produced by Michael Fossat, Marc Frydman and Emmerich, with Kirstin Winkler and Adam Press exec producing. Carsten Lorenz is line producer and Markus Förderer the cinematographer. After his breakout turn in the Steven Spielberg-directed War Horse, Irvine has been busy. He »
- MIKE FLEMING JR
We’re not quite sure who Gerald will play yet, but we know it’s a baddie. Gerald’s work includes Avatar, Escape Plan and TV show Dexter as well as Marvel One-Shot, All Hail The King. He’ll soon be in movies theatres with Anthony Hopkins and Colin Farrell in Solace.
- Claire Joanne Huxham
Deadline is reporting that Matt Gerald has been cast as a villain in Marvel’s Ant-Man. Which villain you ask? I have no idea, so here’s a pic of Gerald so you can tell me who you think he could possibly be playing.
Gerald joins Paul Rudd as Scott Lang, Michael Douglas as Hank Pym, Patrick Wilson and Evangeline Lilly in the film. Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead, The World’s End) is directing from a script he wrote with Joe Cornish (Attack the Block).
Ant-Man is scheduled to hit theatres July 17, 2015.
- Philip Sticco
During an appearance at Wizard World Comic-Con in St. Louis over the weekend, Nathan Fillion teased that he may have a role in this summer's Guardians of the Galaxy. While this is the first we're hearing about his appearance, it shouldn't come as too big a surprise, since he starred in both of Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn's previous features (Slither and Super) and worked with Marvel's Joss Whedon on the cult classic TV series Firefly. Take a look at the video below where, at the 38:30 mark, Nathan Fillion makes his surprise revelation, when asked by a fan if he wanted to get a part in Guardians of the Galaxy. Is it at all possible that he will appear for just a brief second as that other intergalactic 'Star-Lord' Captain Mal Reynolds? Anything is possible...
"Wanting to get a part... or maybe did. I'm just saying maybe. »
Now that Captain America: The Winter Soldier is in theaters, people who caught the Marvel sequel already are looking forward to the next few films in their cinematic universe. After all, the first credits scene (yes, there's two) teases a couple new characters in The Avengers: Age of Ultron, so that's pretty exciting. But after our heroes assemble for another battle to save the world, we have Phase Three kicking off with Ant-Man from director Edgar Wright in the same year. Paul Rudd and Michael Douglas are leading the film as two different versions of the hero, and Deadline reports Matt Gerald will play a bad guy. Read on! You may not recognize that name, but Gerald (who can also be seen in Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, Avatar, G.I. Joe: Retaliation, and Escape Plan) recently appeared in the Marvel One-Shot All Hail the King, which focused on Ben Kingsley »
- Ethan Anderton
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