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Once again, Dreamworks is undone by trailers that managed not to convey the actual experience of the film they're selling. They have this weird habit of making their films look worse than they actually are, almost like they're trying to tank them. By now, I shouldn't be surprised when they make something that's good, but they keep cutting these trailers that promise crap. "Home," based on the book "The True Meaning Of Smekday" by Adam Rex, serves as an interesting example of someone doing the right version of something that someone else has bungled. In this case, "Home" is an example of someone setting out to create a character like Jar Jar Binks… and pulling it off. Because no matter what you think of "The Phantom Menace," there's a specific character type that they're doing, The Fool, the bumbler who somehow becomes a hero by virtue of being decent but stupid. »
- Drew McWeeny
Jennifer Lopez and Casper Smart did Not get back together, because we found out they were never really apart. Sources close to the couple tell us ... the break-up they announced in June was a business move. Multiple sources say in the spring they did stop seeing each other, but only for a few weeks. We're told JLo was hawking her movie, "Boy Next Door," and honchos on the film felt creating a buzz that she »
- TMZ Staff
Hop aboard the cinema saucer, ’cause it’s time for another animated alien adventure. Let’s see, the last big cartoon with a human and space creature teamed-up to find home may have been Lilo & Stitch (or, perhaps it was the first big feature with that theme), so we’re probably due for another spin around the galaxy. And the whole “Earthers are odd”, gags have become a comedy staple, mostly on TV with Uncle Martin, Mork, Alf, and the “3rd Rock” gang. And there’s the whole Starman/Et movie legacy. Yes, this is a mix of comedy and a dash of drama, but the real drama may be behind the scenes with this film’s producer, DreamWorks Animation. After a couple of sequels and a TV adaptation, this is their first original feature work in two years (though it is based on a children’s’ book, “The True Meaning of Smekday »
- Jim Batts
<< Continued from "Forecast: 'Get Hard,' 'Home' Could Be in Tight Race This Weekend"Playing at 3,708 locations, Home is the 31st feature-length movie from DreamWorks Animation, and their sixth under their distribution deal with 20th Century Fox. Their first title together was The Croods, which was a hit with $187.2 million. Since then, though, the track record at the domestic box office has been spotty at best. Turbo was a flop with $83 million, while Mr. Peabody & Sherman disappointed with $111.5 million. Last Summer, the second How to Train Your Dragon wound up earning 19 percent less than its predecessor. That drop paled in comparison to Penguins of Madagascar, which was off a whopping 62 percent from the previous movie in that franchise. After that miss, DreamWorks opted to reshape their upcoming lineup: they dropped from three to two movies per year, and are only releasing a single movie (Home) in 2015. Will Home return »
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Shailene Woodley: "I've eaten ants, and that was great" - Us Weekly Vanessa Hudgens explains why she's ditching Coachella - HuffPost Celebrity Things are only getting messier in Jeremy Renner's divorce - Lainey Gossip Chelsea Handler comes forward with a surprising confession - Dlister Ashton Kutcher is totally "punking" people again - Et Get a sneak listen of Adam Lambert's new single - JustJared Jennifer Lopez is still rocking that famous booty - Hollywood Tuna Nashville teases Christina Aguilera's upcoming guest spot! - Pink Is the New Blog This DWTS dancer is sporting serious cleavage - The Superficial »
Hollywood is reacting to Zayn Malik's departure from One Direction in a big way! "People are freaking out!" Jennifer Lopez told E! News exclusively last night at her American Idol party in Hollywood. "I get it. Everybody's different and that's what you have to understand. I know a lot of people from the outside are looking and going, 'Why leave right now?' But we don't know what it is to walk in his shoes. Things comes to an end sometimes. From what I hear they're going to keep on getting the great music and we'll see how it goes." J.Lo's fellow AI judge Keith Urban added of the controversy, "That's an unusual world to grow up in I would think. But at the »
If anyone loves the 80's ... it's The Hoff! David Hasselhoff stopped by "American Idol" on Wednesday night and gave the audience a special treat when he took the stage to perform during the show's 80's night. Ryan Seacrest introduced the "Baywatch" alum and asked the actor what he remembered most from the decade. "I don't remember much about the 80's, but you know I had a great time," he laughed. The Hoff then swapped his suit jacket and tie for a pair of shades and a leather jacket, before launching into his set. The 62-year-old crooner began belting out a classic, Queen's "Crazy Little Thing Called Love". But it was Rick Astley's "Never Gonna Give You Up" that sent the audience in a frenzy, bringing judges Harry Connick Jr, Keith Urban and Jennifer Lopez to their feet! After the performance, The Hoff said his goal was just to »
- tooFab Staff
Not that Jennifer Lopez and Casper Smart have been fooling anyone -- but they're officially banging again ... and we're basing that on the fact they're finally swapping spit in public again. Smart swung by "American Idol" Wednesday night to scoop up JLo and they kissed out in the open for everyone to see. They've been sprinkling clues for months -- slipping out of a GQ event together, partying at Big Sean's House of Blues »
- TMZ Staff
We're only two weeks into this season's "American Idol" Finals and The Save is gone. The "Idol" judges opted to Save Qaasim Middleton last week. Were they protecting the entertainment factor that Qaasim brings to the show? Were they rewarding Qaasim for bringing energy to an episode that had lacked energy? Were they recognizing that America's voting has, thus far, been wonky as heck this season? Either way, Wednesday's (March 25) episode of "American Idol" is going to be a double-elimination episode, meaning that there are 11 remaining contestants, but presumably only nine are going to sing. This will change the entire architecture of the episode. Plus, Fox is boasting an appearance by Salt and/or Peppa, following last week's big Kenny Loggins appearance. Whee! 8:01 p.m. I think Nick Fradiani should have been the '80s Night mentor, since I'm pretty sure he's the only contestant this season who existed way back then. »
- Daniel Fienberg
Get ready for an out-of-this-world family adventure as Home heads into theatres this Friday!
Featuring the voices of Jim Parsons, Rihanna, Steve Martin, and Jennifer Lopez, Home is an outer space adventure starring Oh, a misfit alien on the run from his own people. After landing on Earth, Oh meets an adventurous and spirited young girl nicknamed Tip (Rihanna) and her cat Pig, who are on a mission of their own. Together, Oh and Tip learn that being different and making mistakes is all a part of growing up and being human, no matter where you call home.
Join Tip, Oh, and Pig on their adventure and watch four clips from Home now. Check it out! »
- Rachel West
In my previous American Idol prediction article, I said that there's always a singer who sticks around longer than they should. The opposite point can also be made, that there are always singers who leave earlier than they deserve to. The Judges' Save is a tool that Keith Urban, Jennifer Lopez and Harry Connick, Jr. can use to right a wrong when it comes to the results of America's votes. If we as voters get complacent and don't vote as much for a particular contestant who's considered a frontrunner or otherwise is too talented to let go of just yet, the judges can whip that Save out and make a one-time correction.
But we've barely gotten past the Top 12 and the judges have already blown it by using their Save on Qaasim Middleton, one of the contestants who least deserves it. Yes, he's an entertainer and it might be fun to watch him perform, »
Tom Ford is more than just a fashion designer, he's also the director of the movie A Single Man, which should have won Colin Firth an Oscar over Jeff Bridges in 2010 and would have even been a better film for Julianne Moore to receive an Oscar instead of Still Alice. But it wasn't meant to be, despite how great that film and its performances were. Ford, however, hasn't been quick to make a follow-up to the 2009 feature, but it appears it's time for a sophomore effort. amz asin="0446582905" size="small"Ford is ready to begin work on Nocturnal Animals an adaptation of the Austin Wright novel "Tony and Susan". Ford wrote the screenplay for what's described as a postmodern noir thriller with George Clooney and Grant Heslov producing through Smokehouse Pictures. Here's a description of the book via Amazon: Fifteen years ago, Susan Morrow left her first husband Edward Sheffield, »
- Brad Brevet
Supermodel Cindy Crawford is marking her place in Barbie history.
Cindy took to her Instagram on Monday to debut her very own Barbie doll in her likeness, which comes dressed in one of her favorite designers, Roberto Cavalli. The doll features her brunette hair, brown eyes, and of course, her signature mole.
Photos: The 14 Most Controversial Barbies Ever
"Thanks @mattel for my very own @robertocavalli wearing Cindy doll!" she wrote. "I was obsessed with my #BarbieDolls growing up! What do you all think?"
Video: Cindy Crawford's Lookalike Daughter Kaia Steals Her Dress
Check out a behind-the-scenes look on how J.Lo's Barbie doll was made in the video below!
Rihanna insists it wasn't weird at all to be playing Jennifer Lopez's daughter in their new animated flick Home. "How dope is that?" RiRi said at the movie's premiere on Sunday in L.A. "JLo is like the hottest mom. She's a Milf!" The sexy factor is definitely not on display in Home. The movie tells the tells the story of an alien (Jim Parsons) on the run who lands on Earth and befriends an adventurous pre-teen Tip (Rihanna). Lopez not only voices Tip's mom, but she also sings "Feel the Light" for the movie's soundtrack. "In this movie…her tone is really comforting, sincere and genuine," Rihanna said of Lopez's work. "When you hear it, you »
Jim Parsons would love his Home co-stars Jennifer Lopez and Rihanna to guest star on The Big Bang Theory. "Oh, my God," Parsons said at yesterday's Home premiere. "Could you imagine?" We certainly can. And so can Parsons. He suggested that Rihanna play "a nuclear physicist." "She could do it," Parsons gushed. "She could do it. Would she be willing? That's the question." We're happy to report RiRi would jump at the chance to find her inner geek. "Hell, yeah!" she said when I told her about Parsons' suggestion. "He told you that? Tell him I'm in." As for Lopez, Parsons wants to see her in a »
The stars of DreamWorks' animated film Home turned the purple carpet into a family affair, and none were cuter than Rihanna and her nine-month-old niece Majesty.
News: How Rihanna's Fame Added Pressure for Her to Perform in DreamWorks' Home
Rihanna, 27, paused from posing for photos to push little Majesty in a toy car at event on Sunday, and both ladies went with designer dresses.
"She's sitting in my lap for sure," Rihanna told Et of the seating arrangement for the screening. "She's in Versace too, honey. Watch out now!"
The "We Found Love" singer went with a demure Dior number in pink. Earlier this month, she was introduced as the first black woman to front a campaign for the brand.
News: Rihanna Is the New Face of Dior
Jennifer Lopez, who voices Lucy in DreamWorks Home, arrived at the premiere at the Regency Theatre Sunday afternoon in Westwood, Calif., in a lacy pale blue number. J. Lo’s ‘Home’ Premiere Look Lopez hit the red carpet in a long-sleeved Zuhair Murad dress that fell above the knee and Christian Louboutin shoes. Jennifer Lopez wore a […]
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- Chelsea Regan
Beau Casper Smart may have been at the premiere of Jennifer Lopez's new movie Home yesterday but that doesn't mean the two are back together. Smart actually worked on the film as it's official choreographer. And he told me exclusively on the purple carpet that he and his former lady love are not dating again. "We got a lot of ties. We're very close," Smart said about still spending time with his ex. "We're friends. We're very good friends." The singer-actress and the dancer were together for about three and a half years before splitting up in July. Lopez recently insisted to E! News that she isn't seeing anyone. "I mingle a little »
Jennifer Lopez made Sunday's Home premiere in Westwood, Calif. a family event.
Bringing along her adorable 7-year-old twins Max and Emme, Max seemed to be overwhelmed by the cameras at first, but was quikly comforted by both his sister and mom.
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Photos: The Cutest Celebrity Kids
The twins definitely seem to have inherited their amazing fashion sense from their mama, Max sharply dressed in a light blue double-breasted suit, while Emme was super-cute in a lacy creation and white tights. Meanwhile, the 45-year-old actress looked beautiful as usual in a light blue Zuhair Murad mini dress which she paired with blinged-out Christian Louboutin heels. A sideswept 'do and an ankle bracelet completed her youthful look.
Last November, Jennifer opened up to Et about how her twins with ex-husband Marc Anthony "saved" her.
"They saved me by showing me what real love was," she explained. "It changed »
She said the breathtaking dress she wore for the special performance made her feel like royalty.
"I was like, 'This is such a moment.' It was such a princess moment," she told Access Hollywood at the premiere of "Home" on Sunday in Westwood, Calif. "I remember writing my whole team that night. I was like, 'Thank you for making this little girl be ...
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