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Actor Eugenio Derbez on His Overboard Reboot and Preparing for His First Grandchild

Actor Eugenio Derbez on His Overboard Reboot and Preparing for His First Grandchild
Eugenio Derbez is counting down the days until he becomes a grandfather for the first time. The Mexican comedian and producer, who is the star and co-producer of the upcoming comedy Overboard with Anna Faris and Eva Longoria, says he is ready to change diapers again. “I’m going to be there. I’m saving that day on my calendar,” Derbez, 55, says of the day his daughter, actress Aislinn Derbez, 31, gives birth. Although her delivery is set for early March, the baby — a girl — could come any day now so that family is on high alert and rushing to prepare.
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Baftas 2018: 'Three Billboards' triumphs at ceremony dominated by #TimesUp campaign

The night was dominated by messages of solidarity and support for the victims of sexual harassment and bullying.

The 2018 Bafta Film Awards, which saw Three Billboards take five prizes including best film, were dominated by messages of solidarity and support for the victims of sexual harassment and bullying.

The 71st edition of the annual British film awards kicked off with Bafta chair Jane Lush saying that she wanted the organisation to “lead the way with #MeToo”. She also celebrated the British presence on the night, saying “our shores are awash with untapped talent”.

New host Joanna Lumley, taking over the presenting reins from Stephen Fry this year, commenced proceedings by noting that The Royal Albert Hall, the evening’s venue, “celebrated the first group of British women being given the vote” exactly 100 years ago.

The night commenced with the vast majority of attendees heeding the call to wear dark colours to show solidarity with the Time’s Up movement
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Kate Middleton Breaks BAFTA's Time's Up All-Black Dress Code with Green Dress

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Kate Middleton either wasn't aware or simply didn't care about the suggested all-black dress code for Time's Up at the BAFTA Awards -- 'cause she went another way. Kate and Prince William attended the annual award show Sunday in England, hitting the red carpet in a dark green gown while her hubby rocked a classic black tux.  It's a notable fashion choice, especially since most of the big stars of the night stuck to the
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Salma Hayek Is a Brunette Again a Day After Debuting Blond Hairstyle

Salma Hayek Is a Brunette Again a Day After Debuting Blond Hairstyle
Blond hair today, gone tomorrow. Salma Hayek surprised fans on Saturday when she showed up at the 2018 BAFTA Film Awards Nominees Party sporting a sleek blond bob. She also showcased her look on her Instagram page. Well, it appeared to have been a wig, because on Sunday, Hayek walked the red carpet at the 2018 BAFTAs sporting over-the-shoulder, dark brown tresses—the same length and color she has regularly showcased and did so just a day before the pre-award show bash. The actress attended the award show with her husband, François-Henri Pinault, and wore a black gown with pink floral accents. She and fellow film stars wore black to the BAFTAs to show support for the...
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BAFTA Film Awards 2018: See All the Red Carpet Fashion

BAFTA Film Awards 2018: See All the Red Carpet Fashion
Before the Oscars, there is Britain's equivalent: the BAFTAs. Celebs such as Angelina JolieJennifer LawrenceLupita Nyong'oSam Rockwell and longtime partner Leslie BibbSalma HayekOctavia SpencerLily JamesNaomie HarrisGreta GerwigChiwetel Ejiofor, married couple Jamie Bell and Kate MaraGemma Arterton and actress Cressida BonasPrince Harry's ex, walked the red carpet at the 2018 BAFTA Film Awards (aka the Ee British Academy Film Awards), which took place at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Sunday. Pregnant Kate Middleton and husband Harry's brother Prince William also attended the...
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2018 BAFTA Awards: Full winners list of the 71st annual British Academy Film Awards [Updating Live]

Winners of the 2018 British Academy Film Awards (the BAFTAs) were revealed on Sunday February 18 (two days before final voting for the Oscars begins) in a ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Joanna Lumley (“Absolutely Fabulous”) takes over emcee duties from Stephen Fry, who hosted for the last 12 years running. Ridley Scott receives the BAFTA Fellowship from BAFTA patron Prince William. Read the full report on the 2018 BAFTA Awards.

The roster of presenters includes: Gemma Arterton, Orlando Bloom, Sam Claflin, Bryan Cranston, Natalie Dormer, Taron Egerton, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Rebecca Ferguson, Karen Gillan, Naomie Harris, Salma Hayek, Edward Holcroft, Nicholas Hoult, Isabelle Huppert, Lily James, Jennifer Lawrence, Gugu Mbatha Raw, Lupita Nyong’o, Sergei Polunin, Will Poulter, Andrea Riseborough, Sir Patrick Stewart, Mark Strong, Hayley Squires, Tom Taylor, Anya Taylor-Joy, Rachel Weisz and Letitia Wright.

See 2018 BAFTA Awards: ‘Three Billboards’ wins 5 including Best Picture, ‘The Shape of Water’ takes 3 [Updating Live]

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2018 BAFTA Awards: What time does the show start, who will win, who is hosting and presenting?

The 2018 BAFTA Awards begin at the Royal Albert Hall in London at 7:00 pm Sunday (Feb. 18). However, the BBC won’t air the show until 9 pm local time. And it won’t go out on BBC America until 5 pm Pt/8 pm Et. But we will have the results here at Gold Derby as they unfold, beginning at 11:00 am Pt/2:00 pm Et. Throughout the day, be sure to join the live discussion in our message boards. And then check back here after the results are in for our analysis of what these wins (and losses) at the BAFTAs mean for the Oscars.

Joanna Lumley (“Absolutely Fabulous”) takes over hosting duties from Stephen Fry, who emceed for the last 12 years running. One highlight of the evening is sure to be Ridley Scott receiving the BAFTA Fellowship. It is this group’s version of a lifetime achievement award, and will be
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Berlin: Actresses Are Replacing Men on Screen in Wake of #MeToo

Berlin: Actresses Are Replacing Men on Screen in Wake of #MeToo
The days of men dominating cast lists could well be numbered if developments at the European Film Market are anything to go by. Several current projects have roles that were originally written for men but later reworked for women, sometimes with distributors themselves pushing for change.

This was the case with The Hummingbird Project, where feedback from buyers in Cannes saw the role of the nemesis of Alexander Skarsgard’s character swap sex (and later have Salma Hayek cast in the role). “We kept hearing from distributors that the project felt quite male,” says HanWay managing director Gabrielle Stewart. In one image...
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Blonde Salma Hayek Joins Margot Robbie and Greta Gerwig at Pre-bafta Bash

Blonde Salma Hayek Joins Margot Robbie and Greta Gerwig at Pre-bafta Bash
Salma Hayek is testing the theory that blondes have more fun! The night before the 2018 British Academy Film Awards, the movie star switched her signature chocolate locks by rocking a blunt blonde hairstyle to attend the BAFTA nominees party at Kensington Palace on Saturday night. For the A-list event, the stunner, who also wigged out and went blonde for Paris Fashion Week in September, outfitted herself in a dress by Gucci. Salma is one of a slew of celebs, including Margot Robbie, Greta GerwigKate Mara, Jamie Bell, Gemma Arterton and Karen Gillan, who have descended upon London for British film's biggest night of the year. It seemed like the 51-year-old was all about getting gussied up for...
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2018 BAFTA Awards: Who is hosting and presenting, which nominees will be there?

2018 BAFTA Awards: Who is hosting and presenting, which nominees will be there?
The February 18 BAFTA Awards will be hosted by Joanna Lumley (“Absolutely Fabulous”) and air on a tape-delayed basis on both BBC One in England and BBC America in the United States. Sixteen of this year’s 20 nominees in the acting categories are schedule to attend Sunday’s ceremony at London’s Royal Albert Hall.

All five Best Actress nominees are expected: Annette Bening (“Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool”), Sally Hawkins (“The Shape of Water”), Frances McDormand (“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”), Margot Robbie (“I, Tonya”) and Saoirse Ronan (“Lady Bird”).

Likewise for the five fellows up for Best Actor: Jamie Bell (“Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool”), Timothee Chalamet (“Call Me by Your Name”), Daniel Day-Lewis (“Phantom Thread”), Daniel Kaluuya (“Get Out”) and Gary Oldman (“Darkest Hour”).

And four of the five Best Supporting Actress hopefuls will be in the audience: Allison Janney (“I, Tonya”), Lesley Manville
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Berlin First Look: Salma Hayek in 'The Hummingbird Project' (Exclusive)

Berlin First Look: Salma Hayek in 'The Hummingbird Project' (Exclusive)
Salma Hayek plays the nemesis to Alexander Skarsgard’s bald high-frequency trading scammer in this exclusive first look at the actress in The Hummingbird Project, from director Kim Nguyen (War Witch, Two Lovers and a Bear).

The film also stars Jesse Eisenberg. HanWay is showing first footage from the thriller in Berlin.

Written by Nguyen, The Hummingbird Project sees Eisenberg and Skarsgard play cousins who inhabit the high-stakes world of high-frequency trading and hatch a multimillion-dollar plan that involves plenty of danger if they fail. Hayek plays their arch-enemy, their brilliant but ruthless former boss.

The film — which...
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Berlin: First-Look Photo of Matteo Garrone’s Urban Western ‘Dogman’

Berlin: First-Look Photo of Matteo Garrone’s Urban Western ‘Dogman’
A first still of Italian director Matteo Garrone’s new film “Dogman” has been released by his production company, Archimede Films.

Dubbed an “urban Western,” the pic is inspired by a homicide committed by a coked-out dog groomer during the late 1980s in the gangland outside Rome. The case, involving hours of torture in a dog cage, is considered among the most gruesome in Italian postwar history.

“Dogman” marks a return to naturalistic Italian filmmaking — in a similar vein to his mob-themed “Gomorrah”— for Garrone, following his English-language fantasy “Tale of Tales,” starring Salma Hayek.

According to promotional materials, “Dogman” takes place in an Italian suburb “somewhere between metropolis and wild nature.” A small and gentle dog groomer named Marcello, played by Italian actor Marcello Fonte (pictured) finds himself involved in a dangerous “relationship of intimidation” with a former violent boxer who bullies the entire neighborhood. In an effort to reaffirm his dignity, Marcello will exact
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Toni Collette & Harvey Keitel in Trailer for Parisian Comedy 'Madame'

"It's like a slow motion car crash..." Blue Fox Entertainment has debuted an official Us trailer for the indie comedy Madame, set in Paris, starring two great actors - Toni Collette and Harvey Keitel. Collette & Keitel play a wealthy and well-connected American couple who just moved into a big house in Paris. They host a fancy dinner party with other upper class guests, but to even out the number of those at the table, they recruit their "loyal maid" Maria to disguise as a "Spanish noble woman" but she falls for one of their other guests and everything gets a little wacky after that. The full cast includes Rossy de Palma, Michael Smiley, Tom Hughes, Violaine Gillibert, Stanislas Merhar, and Sue Cann. This looks totally kooky and entertaining, almost like a French mix between Dinner for Schmucks and Beatriz at Dinner (with Salma Hayek). Seems like it'll be fun to watch,
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Oprah Says Reese Witherspoon Dealt With Ptsd Following the Harvey Weinstein Story

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Oprah Says Reese Witherspoon Dealt With Ptsd Following the Harvey Weinstein Story
Oprah Winfrey believes Reese Witherspoon had such a strong reaction to the initial Harvey Weinstein story that it gave her post-traumatic stress disorder. She said as much to Salma Hayek — who has a Weinstein story of her own — during an interview this week, according to Entertainment Tonight.

“Everybody was acting like they were afraid and they were having the conversation,” Oprah said before adding, “I remember Reese saying, ‘Oh god, this is just so upsetting. And someone mentions his name, I start tearing up. And every time I hear someone else speak, it just causes me to be upset and I haven’t slept in two days.’ So I said, ‘Jeez, you guys are suffering from Ptsd. Did something happen to you?’ Nobody said anything at the time.”

Witherspoon revealed last year that she was sexually assaulted by a director when she was 16. “I have my own experiences that have
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Salma Hayek, Tina Fey And More Stars Pay Tribute To Late Hollywood Executive Jill Messick

Salma Hayek is mourning the death of prominent Hollywood executive film producer Jill Messick following her death by suicide at the age of 50 this week. “I am deeply saddened by the loss of Jill Messick,” the actress, 51, posted in tribute on Instagram. Hayek worked with Messick on the 2002 movie “Frida”, which was
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Salma Hayek ‘Deeply Saddened’ by ‘Frida’ Producer Jill Messick’s Death

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Salma Hayek ‘Deeply Saddened’ by ‘Frida’ Producer Jill Messick’s Death
Salma Hayek has paid tribute to the late producer and studio executive Jill Messick, who committed suicide on Wednesday at the age of 50. “I am deeply saddened by the loss of Jill Messick,” Hayek said of Messick, who was an executive producer on Hayek’s 2002 Miramax film, “Frida.” “She always navigated the frustrating and hostile environment of Miramax with grace and elegance. She became my ally and my friend. In the many years we worked together I witnessed her professionalism while being pregnant, a mother and through incredible pressure. She was a girl’s girl and a romantic when it...
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Salma Hayek Mourns Rose McGowan's Ex-Manager Who Died of Suicide and Fought 'for the Underdog'

Salma Hayek Mourns Rose McGowan's Ex-Manager Who Died of Suicide and Fought 'for the Underdog'
Salma Hayek is remembering Jill Messick after her shocking death by suicide at age 50.

The actress, 51, took to her Instagram to mourn the late executive who died Thursday. Hayek praised Messick for her hard work as a champion for the “underdog” and how she was able to balance her home life with her busy work one. Hayek worked with Messick on the 2002 movie Frida, which was produced by Harvey Weinstein.

“I am deeply saddened by the loss of Jill Messick. Jill was Frida‘s executive at Miramax. She always navigated the frustrating and hostile environment of Miramax with grace and elegance,
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Harvey Weinstein Loses Track of Threats, But Apologizes to Salma Hayek, Anyway

Harvey Weinstein;s Hollywood sexual rampage is all a blur to him now. He released a statement saying he can’t recall threatening Salma Hayek on the set of “Frida,” but, what the heck, he apologizes anyway. While he couldn’t remember the specific incident, there was no denying he was totally boorish. Hayek detailed the incident in an interview with Oprah Winfrey.
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Oprah Reveals Reese Witherspoon Showed Signs of Ptsd After Harvey Weinstein Scandal Broke

Oprah Reveals Reese Witherspoon Showed Signs of Ptsd After Harvey Weinstein Scandal Broke
Oprah Winfrey opened up about how Reese Witherspoon first felt when news of sexual assault allegations against Harvey Weinstein broke in October.

At the time, the A Wrinkle in Time costars were filming together when the pair had a conversation about Weinstein with a group of women.

“This was like two days after the Harvey scandal had broken in The New York Times,” Winfrey told actress Salma Hayek during a special live taping of the podcast, SuperSoul Conversations, on Wednesday as reported by Entertainment Tonight.

“Everyone, including Reese – I’ve said this to her – was acting like, I was seeing
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Oprah Winfrey Says Reese Witherspoon Showed Signs of Ptsd After Harvey Weinstein Scandal Broke

The Harvey Weinstein scandal definitely had far-reaching effects when it comes to Hollywood’s biggest A-listers. Oprah Winfrey recently chatted with Salma Hayek as part of her Super Soul Sunday Conversation special, when she revealed that her Wrinkle in Time co-star, Reese Witherspoon, was also greatly affected by the Weinstein scandal when it first broke last
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