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Let's face it: If you spend your days voluntarily staring at a variety of glowing rectangles, chances are you're probably not much of a daredevil. That said, the things you're seeing and hearing via those rectangles might inspire you to wish you could change your ways—if only for a few minutes after the movie/show/song is over. So in honor of Mockingjay — Part 1's rebelliously action-packed release this weekend, we've posed the following question to our staff this week: What's the movie/TV show/song/book that makes you embrace your inner badass? Ashley Fetters, EW.com news »
- EW staff
Greer Grammer will be this year's Miss Golden Globe, the awards announced Thursday. The 22-year-old actress plays ditzy Lissa on MTV's Awkward; she also appears in the upcoming film Life Partners, opposite Leighton Meester, Adam Brody, and Gillian Jacobs. And, as Miss and Mr. Golden Globe of years past, she also happens to be the child of a celebrity: as you may have guessed, Grammer's father is three-time Golden Globe winner Kelsey Grammer. (Her mother is makeup artist Barrie Buckner.) Grammer joins a long line of past Golden Globe assistants including Sosie Bacon, daughter of Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick; Sam Fox, »
- Hillary Busis
November 18th. remember it. A photo posted by tallulah (@buuski) on Nov 11, 2014 at 3:38pm Pst Just call her G.I. Tallulah Belle! Tallulah Willis paid homage to one of mom Demi Moore's most iconic roles, G.I. Jane, with her shocking new haircut: a completely shaved head. Willis, 20, debuted her bold 'do via her Instagram page on Tuesday, Nov. 18. "November 18th. remember it," Moore's youngest daughter (with ex Bruce Willis) captioned a shot in which she modeled her bare head. Just in case there was any doubt as to [...] »
Like mother, like daughter!
Bruce Willis and Demi Moore's 20-year-old daughter Tallulah Willis shaved her head, revealing just how much she looks like her famous mother. Instagramming her new look on Tuesday, she wrote: "November 18th. remember it."
— buuski willis (@buuuski) November 18, 2014
Photos: Two Looks, One Star
November 18th. remember it.
A photo posted by tallulah (@buuski) on Nov 11, 2014 at 3:38pm Pst
Tallulah then posted a pic of her Moore in 1997 when she shaved her head for the military drama G.I. Jane. She captioned the photo: "mawms is bae. #thankgodgoodheadshapesruninthefamily."
mawms is bae. #thankgodgoodheadshapesruninthefamily
Фото опубликовано tallulah (@buuski) ноя 11, 2014 at 9:56 Pst
The Hollywood heir then took her new hairless head to L.A.'s Sayer's Club to support her 26-year-old sister Rumer Willis' music. She wrote: "Luv u proud of u can't wait to hear you sing my precious songbird @ruelarue."
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Tallulah Willis really went for it. Channeling her mother Demi Moore's famous G.I. Jane cut, the 20-year-old decided to buzz off all of her tresses and rock a completely shaven head! "I rule," Tallulah captioned her Instagram video showing the big moment when she put the clippers to her head. Sister Scout recorded the clip on her cellphone as Rumer watched in awe. Yep, it was a family affair! Tallulah followed with a couple of snapshots to show off her new 'do, which really does look great. "November 18th. remember it," she captioned one photo. The celebuspawn recently celebrated a big milestone in her recovery and shared the special moment on Instagram for her »
StreamFix is your weekly update on the best and weirdest streams happening on Netflix, Crackle, Amazon, and Hulu. You dig it? Check out these happenin' spectacles now. Netflix "Kingpin" This is just a reminder that Bill Murray was up to some weird stuff in the middle to late '90s. "Kingpin" is raucous and watchable, but God, remember "Larger Than Life"? Elephant humor, folks! What about "The Man Who Knew Too Little"? Or "Wild Things"? Or -- oh yes -- "Space Jam"? Thank God he gave us "Rushmore" because that filmography was getting grim. "Babes in Toyland" I command you to embrace the holiday spirit and revisit this 1961 classic with Ray Bolger and Annette Funicello. No, it's not the Laurel and Hardy version, but it features Ann Jillian of the perfect '80s sitcom "It's a Living" as Bo Peep. "Doug Benson: Doug Dynasty" And now, ladies and gentlemen, my »
- Louis Virtel
Matthew McConaughey‘s family helps him celebrate his new Hollywood honor, David Spade brings back his awkward facial hair while shooting Joe Dirt 2, skateboard pro Tony Hawk makes history and more First Dibs.
Matthew McConaughey’s beautiful family stole the show yesterday while the actor was presented with his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. [Yahoo!] David Spade gives us a peak of his signature transformation while shooting the Joe Dirt sequel.
Day 1. Lets get this shit started! #imjoedirt #whatscrappenin.
A photo posted by David Spade (@davidspade) on Nov 11, 2014 at 6:05am Pst
Tony Hawk rides the world’s first real hoverboard. [Ride] Jennifer Lawrence looked angelic at the Hunger Games: Mockinjgay Part 1 premiere in La last night. [E!] Charles Manson and his fiancé Afton Burton aka Star got a marriage license. [CNN] Demi Moore, Ryan Murphy and Kathy Bates helped Jessica Lange celebrate winning the 9th Annual Kirk Douglas Award for Excellence »
- Taylor Ferber
It may have been Jessica Lange's night Santa Barbara International Film Festival on Sunday, but Demi Moore stole the spotlight on the red carpet! Donning a metallic floor-length gown with a plunging V-neck, the "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle" star was the epitome of glamour. Her dazzling dress even caught Lange's eye, who was snapped sneaking a peek at Demi's decolletage!The 65-year-old actress also looked radiant at the star-studded event, showing off her enviable bod in a black gown with sheer embroidered sleeves. She completed her elegant ensemble with tousled waves and smokey eye makeup.We have to admit -- Moore has been stepping up her style on the red carpet!She recently made another rare public appearance with daughters Rumer and Tallulah at Tracy Paul & Company's Torrid brand dinner.She looks amazing for 51, right?! We love that the actress is so close with her daughters -- and it »
- tooFab Staff
Leelee Sobieski gave birth to her second child in August - Us Weekly Details about the mansion in Taylor Swift's new video - HuffPost Celebrity Garth Brooks meets with a cancer patient - Et Thoughts on Ariana Grande's new look? - Gossip Girl Britney Spears seems to fall in love so easily - Lainey Gossip See how Demi Moore has changed over the years - People A mashup that illustrates Kendrick Lamar and Taylor Swift's friendship - BuzzFeed How much is Jake Gyllenhaal making for his latest project? - Hollywood Reporter Sofia Vergara's hot sister hits the red carpet - TooFab Will you see Dumb and Dumber To? - Rotten Tomatoes All the blondes of November - Wonderwall »
NBC found great success with their stage production of The Sound of Music Live in 2013, and are now ready to unleash Peter Pan Live! this December. Already considering what they may do for an encore in 2015, the network is considering a live staging of A Few Good Men.
The 1992 movie starring Tom Cruise, Jack Nicholson and Demi Moore was originally based on Aaron Sorkin's play, which will serve as the basis for this live show. The network is already in the stages of working out an agreement with Aaron Sorkin to make the production become a reality. The show put Aaron Sorkin on the map as a writer when it hit Broadway in 1989. And the feature film proved to be a smash hit.
While NBC’s live telecast of The Sound of Music provided plenty of fodder for Twitter, it also proved to be a commercial success for the network. It’s moving ahead with a live version of Peter Pan to air next month, but now the network is looking at material outside of musicals—namely a very, very good play. Variety reports that NBC is “in the early stages” of developing a live telecast of Aaron Sorkin’s A Few Good Men. The scribe's Broadway play was famously adapted into a film in 1992 by director Rob Reiner with Sorkin penning the script, and now the network is apparently talking with Sorkin about having the West Wing creator and Social Network scribe rework the play once again for a new telecast. More after the jump. Per Variety, producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron—the folks behind the last two Academy Awards telecasts »
- Adam Chitwood
Warner Bros has acquired distribution to Russell Crowe‘s directorial debut “The Water Diviner.” Crowe also co-stars in the World War I epic, which follows an Australian father who travels to Turkey to find his three sons who went missing in action during the battle of Gallipoli. Olga Kurylenko plays the owner of the hotel where Crowe's character stays. See photos: Party Report in Pictures: Jon Hamm, Russell Crowe, Tucker Tooley, Jason Blum and Demi Moore (Photos) Andrew Knight and Andrew Anastasios wrote the screenplay. The rest of the cast includes Jai Courtney, Isabel Lucas and Ryan Corr. Also read: »
- Linda Ge
NBC is really banking on their live events! The Peacock is well underway in preparing for Peter Pan Live!, the holiday musical special starring Allison Williams and Christopher Walken, but the network is already eyeing its next live event. The next classic to be reinvented as a live staging? Aaron Sorkin's A Few Good Men. NBC is currently working out an agreement with Sorkin for his breakout 1989 Broadway play which was then adapted in 1992 into a movie starring Tom Cruise, Jack Nicholson and Demi Moore. But this time, there's a twist! Don't expect A Few Good Men to take the same shape as NBC's previous live musicals The Sound of Music Live! and the upcoming Peter Pan »
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Per Variety, Sorkin would likely tailor the play for the TV staging.
NBC is looking to expand its live presence. The network is eyeing a live staging of Aaron Sorkin's courtroom play A Few Good Men, The Hollywood Reporter confirms. A Few Good Men opened on Broadway in November 1989, establishing Sorkin as a force in writing circles. A few years later, Sorkin would adapt the play for the big screen. The 1992 Rob Reiner-directed feature, which starred Tom Cruise, Jack Nicholson and Demi Moore, was a box-office success for TriStar Pictures earning more than $243 million and four Oscar nominations, including best picture. A Few Good Men tells the
- Philiana Ng
The Peacock is in the early stages of working out an agreement with Sorkin to mount a live telecast of the play that put him on the map as a writer when it hit Broadway in 1989. The 1992 feature starring Tom Cruise, Jack Nicholson and Demi Moore was a hit for TriStar Pictures.
The story revolves around the court-martial case against two Marines accused of killing another serviceman. The film helmed by Rob Reiner earned four Oscar nominations, including best picture and supporting actor for Nicholson.
Producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron are involved with the NBC effort, as is Sony’s TV division. The idea is that Sorkin would do another pass on the play to tailor it for the TV staging. It’s understood »
- Cynthia Littleton
NBC is in the early stages of negotiations with Sorkin about mounting a live telecast of the play which kickstarted "The West Wing" creator's career and led to the acclaimed Rob Reiner-directed 1992 film adaptation starring Tom Cruise, Jack Nicholson and Demi Moore.
The story deals with the court-martial case against two Marines stationed at Guantanamo Bay who are accused of killing another serviceman who was trying to be transferred off the base.
Sony TV, Craig Zadan and Neil Meron are producing the NBC version. Sorking is expected to do a brief script pass on the play to tailor it for the TV staging. As the deal is still being worked out, there's no word about casting or a premiere date as yet.
Source: Variety »
- Garth Franklin
Kim (pictured) reports directly to company founder Tannaz Anisi and most recently served as international business manager at South Korean sales outfit 9ers Entertainment, where she acquired the Point Break remake and Johnny Depp adventure comedy Mortdecai.
Comedy Loitering With Intent stars Marisa Tomei and Sam Rockwell and receives its world market premiere following the world premiere in Tribeca. Adam Rapp directed the story of a beautiful woman whose unexpected arrival disrupts a writers getaway »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jeremy Kay)
Godzilla turned 60 Tuesday. Arguably the most famous lizard in the world, the Big Green has starred in dozens of movies, a few television shows and countless comic books and novels. Take a look at his history in the above video. But it looks like the large lizard's had a little work between his film debut and the 2014 installment - how does he get his scales to stay so perky, nearly 60 years after his film debut? Turns out, it's taken quite a bit of work. The suits that Japan's Toho Studios used to bring Godzilla to life over the years morphed »
- Alex Heigl
The Los Angeles Museum of Modern Art held its fourth annual Art and Film Gala on Saturday evening, with A-list talent and moguls stepping in from the brisk November temps for one of the starriest bashes of the fall.
The Gucci-sponsored event, which raised nearly $4 million for Lacma, this year honored Quentin Tarantino and artist Barbara Kruger. Guests included Jennifer Lopez, Will Ferrell, Harvey Weinstein, Ryan Seacrest, Academy CEO Dawn Hudson, Jerry Bruckheimer and Amy Adams.
“Everyone knows I love to talk, but I hate talking about my own movies,” Tarantino admitted standing in front of a wall of blood-red roses.
Instead he focused on the runaway production crisis in Hollywood. “There is no reason why L.A. should not lead the world of cinema … But that’s not been happening the last five years.”
“We didn’t invent movies but we did make them worldwide,” he said to cheers. »
- Variety Staff
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