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Spotlight: Breast Cancer Care's Celebrity Supporters

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Breast Cancer Care has 25 known supporters, including Sting, Nicole Kidman, and Rod Stewart

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Home Entertainment: ‘The Beguiled’ DVD Review

Directed by Sofia Coppola and set during the American Civil War, The Beguiled is a slow-paced but intensely-told story of a group of women who reside in a seminary and trust each other to endure in difficult times because of their tight bond.

We being following young Amy (Oona Laurence) picking mushrooms in the woods outside a large, affluent home in the Southern states and discovering wounded soldier Corporal John McBurney (Colin Farrell) lying injured. She takes pity on the weary McBurney and helps him back to the house where we meet the rest of the young girls, plus Edwina (Kirsten Dunst) and Miss Martha (Nicole Kidman) who runs the school.

Between them all, they agree to help and provide him with a place to rest as they sew up his badly injured leg. Although these early moments are sincerely innocent and meant with the best ‘Christian’ intentions, it’s
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70+ AMAs Pictures That Pretty Much Put You Front Row at the Show

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70+ AMAs Pictures That Pretty Much Put You Front Row at the Show
The 2017 American Music Awards took over La on Sunday night, bringing a bevy of amazing looks, hot performances, heartfelt speeches, and cute, candid moments between some of the music industry's brightest stars. Host Tracee Ellis Ross nailed her big gig, while her famous mom, the iconic Diana Ross, was honored with a lifetime achievement award and gave an epic performance of her biggest hits. There were also a handful of sweet moments between Pink, Nicole Kidman, Keith Urban, and more. Keep reading to see all the best photos from the night!
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Nicole Kidman Admits She Had 'No Confidence' About Singing on Keith Urban's Song 'Female' (Exclusive)

Nicole Kidman Admits She Had 'No Confidence' About Singing on Keith Urban's Song 'Female' (Exclusive)
Nicole Kidman won't get behind a microphone for just anyone!

Et talked to the Big Little Lies star and her country crooner husband, Keith Urban, on the 2017 American Music Awards red carpet on Sunday, where she admits that performing backing vocals on Urban's song "Female" is not something that came easily to her... at all!

"No, I don't," the 50-year-old actress argued in response to her husband saying Kidman has the most beautiful voice in the world. "I went down [to sing vocals] and I did it because he asked me to."

"He knows I have no confidence when it comes to singing," she added. "So I'll sing for him and that's it."

More: Nicole Kidman Reveals Why Winning 2 Emmys Was More Meaningful Than Earning an Oscar

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Meanwhile, it was an incredible night for Urban, who won three awards -- Favorite Male Artist, Song and Album -- in the country category, thanking his wife while
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Behind the Scenes at the 2017 AMAs

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The 2017 American Music Awards brought out Hollywood's music elite in force, and perhaps to no one's surprise ... everybody was looking sharp for the show. Stars like Jamie Foxx, Diana Ross, Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez, Kelly Clarkson, P!nk, Keith Urban, Nick Jonas, Macklemore, Ciara, Kelly Rowland, Hailee Steinfeld, Niall Horan, Imagine Dragons, Christina Aguilera, and more were in attendance.  But it wasn't just musicians that showed -- actors, actresses and other A-listers made appearances as well ... including Chrissy Metz,
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Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman Reveal Their Big Family Holiday Plans at 2017 American Music Awards

Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman Reveal Their Big Family Holiday Plans at 2017 American Music Awards
The holidays are here again and it's time for even more family time! Well, it's certainly the case for Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman who stepped out in Los Angeles Sunday night for the 2017 American Music Awards. While appearing on Live From the Red Carpet, the Hollywood couple chatted with E! News and revealed their plans for the holidays ahead. "We're together most of the time as a family especially [during the holidays]," Keith revealed to Jason Kennedy. "We kind of thread it all together. It's not like blocks of time. It's all threaded together." For proof, just look at last month when the duo celebrated Halloween together with their children. When...
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Nicole Kidman and Husband Keith Urban Rival Each Other for Most Plunging Top at the AMAs

Nicole Kidman and Husband Keith Urban Rival Each Other for Most Plunging Top at the AMAs
It’s no easy feat to top best dressed lists as often as Nicole Kidman does (it’s no wonder she was crowned Most Stylish Star of 2017 by PeopleStyle). But it’s especially impressive when you consider the fact that she has double the red carpets to attend than her movie star peers, thanks to her marriage to country music superstar Keith Urban.

And she often has the most fashion fun on his music awards red carpets, which was true tonight at the 2017 American Music Awards. Kidman followed her fearless, boundary-pushing ways in a black velvet tank dress with an asymmetrical hem,
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George Clooney Is Making His Grand Return to TV by Adapting a Classic Novel

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Eighteen years after ending his run as Dr. Doug Ross on E.R., George Clooney is returning to the small screen. The Suburbicon director will direct and star in a limited series adaptation of Joseph Heller's 1961 novel Catch-22, per Variety. With other big movie stars like Nicole Kidman and Anthony Hopkins making award-winning and nominated jumps to "prestige" TV shows (Big Little Lies, Westworld), Clooney's decision to do so himself seems like a smart choice. Catch-22 follows Us Air Force Captain John Yossarian as he gets caught up in a bureaucratic paradox in Italy in the midst of WWII. If a soldier declares insanity to be released from duty so as to avoid participating in dangerous missions - only an insane person would continue to fly into certain danger - doesn't his declaration inherently demonstrate sanity? Our minds are already short-circuiting. Clooney will appear as Yossarian's commander, Colonel Cathcart, and
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Film News Roundup: ‘Bernie the Dolphin’ Movie Backed by Ambi Group

Film News Roundup: ‘Bernie the Dolphin’ Movie Backed by Ambi Group
In today’s film news round-up, “Bernie the Dolphin” finds backing, Michelle Johnson returns to Hollywood, and Constantin Film picks up rights to “Danger Girl.”

Project Backing

Ambi Group is teaming with Fairway Film Alliance to finance and produce live-action feature “Bernie the Dolphin,” Variety has learned exclusively.

Lola Sultan (“This Beautiful Fantastic”) has been cast in the lead role, alongside Kevin Sorbo, Patrick Muldoon and Stelio Savante. Kirk Harris will direct “Bernie the Dolphin” from a screenplay written by Terri Emerson and Marty Poole.

Producers are Fairway Film Alliance partners Poole and Harris and Ambi principals Andrea Iervolino and Monika Bacardi, as we well as Tony Armer, film commissioner for St. Petersburg-Clearwater, Fl. Executive producers are Barry Brooker and Stan Wertlieb with Stelio Savante as associate producer.

Sultan has appeared in more than 20 commercials including the Frito-Lay “Trade you” national spot, which has aired more than 15,000 times. She can be seen next in “Monsters at Large
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The Killing Of A Sacred Deer – Review

Review by Stephen Tronicek

Yorgos Lanthimos seems to have one goal in mind and that is to open the collective hood of society and its institutions and slowly rip all of the parts out of it. In doing so, he creates nightmares for the modern age. How can we really know what love is when society is always insistent that it must be one thing, rather than the many that it is? What happens to the rigidity of societal values when they are matched up against the reality of the human condition? These two questions have been asked multiple times by Lanthimos and his writing partner Efthymis Filippou, mostly to comedic effect, and always excellently. You’d be hard-pressed to find a better run of films from two people other than the Coen’s, with Dogtooth, The Lobster, and The Killing of a Sacred Deer defining the careers of Lanthimos and Filippou.
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George Clooney to Star in Catch-22 Limited Series Adaptation

George Clooney to Star in Catch-22 Limited Series Adaptation
George Clooney is set to star in and direct a six-episode adaptation of the Joseph Heller novel Catch-22.

RelatedReese Witherspoon/Jennifer Aniston Morning-Show Drama Gets Series Order at Apple

Previously adapted as a 1970 film directed by Mike Nichols, this Paramount Television/Anonymous Content production will be penned by Luke Davies (Lion) and David Michôd (TV’s Animal Kingdom), reports. The limited series will be shopped to prospective outlets in December.

RelatedNicole Kidman on Big Little Lies Season 2: ‘That Would Be a Beautiful Prospect’

The novel, published in 1961, is set during World War II and follows Captain John Yossarian,
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Tough Mother and Rookies Make Up Supporting Actress Oscar Race

Tough Mother and Rookies Make Up Supporting Actress Oscar Race
Motherhood is a common theme for supporting actresses this year, from Emmy winners Laurie Metcalf and Allison Janney parenting lead actress potentials Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie in “Lady Bird” and “I, Tonya,” respectively. Then there’s Mary J. Blige’s tough matriarch in “Mudbound,” a commanding performance by the singer. Matriarch Catherine Keener is not to be trusted in “Get Out” while Holly Hunter is loving parent to a sick daughter in “The Big Sick.” And there’s a mother of a different kind with Melissa Leo in “Novitiate,” playing a Mother Reverend grappling with change. Other potential nominees include previous winner Octavia Spencer, standing out in the strong ensemble of “The Shape of Water,” previous nominee Kristen Scott Thomas bringing grace to the wife of Winston Churchill in “Darkest Hour,” and newcomer Hong Chau, stealing scenes as a political activist in “Downsizing.” Buzz is also high on Lesley Manville, though “[link
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Power Women Go Head-to-Head in Lead Actress Oscar Race

Power Women Go Head-to-Head in Lead Actress Oscar Race
The roles in the lead actress category run a wide range, from the precocious 6-year-old Brooklyn Prince in “The Florida Project” to 82-year-old Judi Dench playing the queen (again) in “Victoria & Abdul.” Other powerful women include previous nominees Jessica Chastain as a poker queen in “Molly’s Game,” Kate Winslet as a cheating wife in “Wonder Wheel” and Saoirse Ronan in the beloved coming-of-age tale “Lady Bird.” (At the age of 23, it’s interesting that Ronan could amost play the overdue card; she has two previous nominations and came close to winning with 2016’s “Brooklyn.”) They could battle previous winner Jennifer Lawrence; never underestimate the Academy love for her, even if “mother!” didn’t light up the box office. Other winners: Frances McDormand, delivering a fierce performance as a mother searching for justice in “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” and, of course, Meryl Streep. No matter that “The Post,” in which Streep plays Washington Post publisher Kay Graham
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Movie News: 'Wonder' Director Tapped for Disney's 'Prince Charming'; Mel Gibson, Frank Grillo to Star in 'Boss Level'

Prince Charming: Stephen Chbosky (Wonder, above) will rewrite and may direct a new, live-action version of Disney's Prince Charming. Matt Fogel wrote the initial draft of the script, which is said to be a "revisionist take" on the classic fairy tale character, telling the story through the eyes of the prince's disappointing brother. [THR]   Boss Level: Mel Gibson (Daddy's Home 2, above) and Frank Grillo (The Purge: Election Year) are in talks to star in action thriller Boss Level. If things work out, Grillo will play a military veteran who is trapped in a time loop that ends in his death. Joe Carnahan (Stretch) wrote the screenplay and is set to direct. [Deadline]   Destroyer: Recently we heard that Nicole Kidman will be starring in the...

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Tatiana Maslany and Sebastian Stan join Nicole Kidman in Destroyer

A few weeks after Nicole Kidman was cast in the cop thriller Destroyer, director Karyn Kusama has now enlisted Tatiana Maslany (Orphan Black) and Sebastian Stan (Captain America: Civil War) to join Kidman in the film.

Kidman is playing an Lapd detective who must go back undercover after the leader of a gang she infiltrated re-emerges. It is unknown what roles Maslany and Stan will have in the film at this point.

Destroyer is based an original screenplay written by Phil Hay and Matt Manfredi of Ride Along and will be produced by La La Land’s Fred Berger of Automatik. The official synopsis reads:

Destroyer follows the moral and existential odyssey of Lapd detective Erin Bell who, as a young cop, was placed undercover with a gang in the California desert with tragic results. When the leader of that gang re-emerges many years later, she must work her way
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Tatiana Maslany, Sebastian Stan Join Nicole Kidman In ‘Destroyer’

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Tatiana Maslany, Sebastian Stan Join Nicole Kidman In ‘Destroyer’
Tatiana Maslany, who won an Emmy for her role in Orphan Black, and Sebastian Stan from the Captain America and Avengers franchises along with the Oscar-buzzed-about I, Tonya, are in negotiations to join Nicole Kidman in the crime thriller Destroyer. The feature is being directed by Karyn Kusama from an original screenplay by Phil Hay and Matt Manfredi. 30West is fully financing the film with Fred Berger of Automatik, who will be producing alongside Hay and Manfredi. This…
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Tatiana Maslany, Sebastian Stan Join Nicole Kidman in Thriller 'Destroyer'

Tatiana Maslany, Sebastian Stan Join Nicole Kidman in Thriller 'Destroyer'
Tatiana Maslany and Sebastian Stan are in negotiations to join Nicole Kidman in Destroyer.

The modern Los Angeles crime thriller will be directed by Karyn Kusama (The Invitation, Girlfight) and fully financed by upstart 30West. Automatik's Fred Berger (La La Land) is producing alongside Hay and Manfredi, who also wrote and produced Kusama’s The Invitation (Kusama is married to Hay).

Rocket Science is handling international sales, which began at the American Film Market, where Bliss Media acquired the distribution rights to Destroyer in China. ICM Partners and CAA are representing North American rights to the...
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Nicole Kidman Honored by Los Cabos & Glamour Magazine

By Ilich Mejia

As if being Australian wasn't celebratory enough, this past week has forced Nicole Kidman to vacate two more spots on her already-crowded mantel.

First, she was honored at Los Cabos' 6th Annual Film Festival with a Lifetime Achievement Award. There representing Yorgos Lanthimos' The Killing of a Sacred Deer, Kidman accepted her award on behalf of all the filmmakers and film festivals that have supported her career. While in Cabos, Kidman also lamented the industry's dearth of working female directors and joked about how some certain Mexican directors keep turning her down (the nerve!). This is only the second year the Mexican festival gives out a Lifetime Achievement Award. The honor was first given out last year, during the festival's fifth celebration, to Italian actress Monica Bellucci.

Only a day after picking up her silver whale at Cabos, Kidman was off to New York to receive her next shiny thing.
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'Justice League' Review: How Many Superheroes Does It Take to Save a Cinematic Universe

'Justice League' Review: How Many Superheroes Does It Take to Save a Cinematic Universe
How do you solve a problem like the DC Extended Universe? (Or whatever Warner Bros. is or is not calling their cinematic universe of DC properties these days, if the plan is even still to build one singular cinematic universe requiring a name, as opposed to pivoting to standalone films?)

In 2014, WB announced a slew of titles and release dates that spanned more than half a decade and would interconnect to form a super 'verse to rival Marvel's benchmark McU: Suicide Squad in 2016, Wonder Woman in 2017, Aquaman and The Flash in 2018, Shazam with Dwayne Johnson in 2019 and Cyborg and Green Lantern in 2020, with installments in a Justice League twofer directed by Zack Snyder arriving in 2017 and 2019.

In the years since, some of those initial plans have changed, while some have come to fruition: After the meh Man of Steel, oof Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and umm Suicide Squad, the DC universe
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Genre, Indie and Blockbuster Directors Jostle for Awards Attention

Genre, Indie and Blockbuster Directors Jostle for Awards Attention
From Paul Thomas Anderson to Guillermo del Toro to Patty Jenkins, a wide variety of directors across genres are vying for attention this awards season.

Paul Thomas Anderson

“The Phantom Thread

Not a frame of Anderson’s latest has yet been seen by the public, nor is much known about it, but he’s the rare filmmaker whose name alone can stoke anticipation. The fact that this 1950s-set film about the fashion world also stars Daniel Day-Lewis, who plans to retire from acting, only piques interest further.

Darren Aronofsky


Easily the most divisive studio film of 2017, and presumably intentionally so, Aronofsky’s “Mother!” could curry favor among his fellow directors for the sheer boldness of his vision, as he and star Jennifer Lawrence ascend ever-escalating levels of madness.

Sean Baker

The Florida Project

An indie darling du jour thanks to his sleeper “Tangerine,” Baker returned with yet another warm, sly-humored study of
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