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Kate Hudson showed fans how to lose your hair in 10 seconds on Tuesday, when she was spotted sporting a new buzz cut on the Los Angeles set of her new movie, Sister.
The 38-year-old actress shaved off her famous long blonde locks for the flick, which comes from Australian singer/songwriter Sia — who also wrote and is directing the project.
It’s the most drastic haircut Hudson has had since she found breakout success in 2000’s Almost Famous.
It also makes the Fabletics mogul look even more like her mother Goldie Hawn, who rocked a longer pixie cut in the »
- Dave Quinn
Serena Williams is slaying the pregnancy game.
The tennis superstar took to Instagram on Saturday to show off her growing baby bump in a gray, form-fitting dress.
Watch: Pregnant Serena Williams Poses Nearly Nude, Reveals How She Met Her Fiance
“So in love with my bump »
Director Nikolaj Arcel’s The Dark Tower is about a legendary hero on a nearly impossible quest to save all of reality from an evil wizard, but it looks like Arcel’s next film will be slightly less fantastical. According to The Hollywood Reporter, he’ll be directing Matt Damon in Rfk, a long-in-the-works biopic about Robert F. Kennedy. Damon is set to play the former presidential candidate, who was assassinated by Sirhan Sirhan in 1968, with Arcel writing the script.
No other actors are attached to Rfk yet, but hopefully the movie doesn’t spend too much time putting together a big-name cast at the expense of virtually everything else in the production, which is the pit that Emilio Estevez’s Bobby fell into way back in 2006. Or maybe Arcel should just get the same cast (including Martin Sheen, Shia Labeouf, Lindsay Lohan, Anthony Hopkins, and Demi Moore »
- Sam Barsanti
Forest Whitaker is joining the cast of “Empire,” Variety has learned.
The Academy Award and Golden Globe winning actor has joined in a recurring role and will appear in a multi-episode arc in the fourth season.
Whitaker will play Uncle Eddie, a charismatic music icon and bonafide hitmaker, who gave an unknown Lucious (Terrence Howard) his first radio airplay years ago. Decades later, Eddie steps up for Lucious at a critical moment during his rehabilitation, and a grateful Cookie (Taraji P. Henson) invites him to produce a song in celebration of Empire Entertainment’s 20th anniversary.
Whitaker is the latest Hollywood heavyweight to join “Empire” Season 4, joining Demi Moore who has a large recurring role in the upcoming season and made her first appearance in the Season 3 finale.
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
It’s unfortunate that Luc Besson’s latest multi-million dollar action spectacle is called “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets,” because the film is as much about its male hero (the eponymous Valerian, played by Dane DeHaan) as it is about his female partner, Laureline (Cara Delevingne). A long-time passion project of the filmmaker, Besson’s newest feature is based on the French sci-fi comics series “Valérian and Laureline,” written by Pierre Christin and illustrated by Jean-Claude Mézières, a childhood favorite of Besson. Like the series that inspired it, the film follows a pair of “spatio-temporal agents” who are charged with keeping the peace across the universe.
Valerian may get title billing, but both DeHaan and Delevingne’s characters exist on very equal footing. Most of the time, it’s actually Laureline who saves the day when the notoriously hot-headed Valerian goes off the rails and biffs yet another important mission. »
- Kate Erbland
A novelist blinded in a car crash (Alec Baldwin) which killed his wife rediscovers his passion for both life and writing when he embarks on an affair with the neglected wife (Demi Moore) of an indicted businessman (Dylan McDermott).
Blind is out now in U.S. theaters. »
- Gary Collinson
Since NBC announced they were planning a live presentation of Aaron Sorkin’s classic play back in November 2014, I’ve been eager to find out who they would cast in the lead roles. While the play debuted in 1989 to acclaim and helped propel Sorkin to screenwriter stardom, the version that most people remember is the Oscar-nominated 1992 film starring Tom Cruise, Jack Nicholson, and Demi Moore. I was curious to see who the network would get for a presentation that could actually be good as opposed to a captivating trainwreck like Peter Pan Live! Now we have … »
- Matt Goldberg
We’ve got some casting news for you that can definitely be classified as a “code red.”
Alec Baldwin has signed on to star in NBC’s upcoming live production of A Few Good Men; the Emmy-winning actor (30 Rock, SNL) will play Col. Nathan Jessup, the hard-edged Marine famously played by Jack Nicholson in the 1992 film version. The play centers on Navy lawyer Daniel Kaffee (played by Tom Cruise in the film), who’s charged with defending a pair of Marines facing court-martial for killing a fellow Marine. Baldwin’s casting is the first to be announced so far.
Alec Baldwin should remain in the zeitgeist for at least a little longer.
Fresh off his two Emmy nominations for his defining turn as President Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live, Baldwin is set to star in another NBC production: a live staging of Aaron Sorkin's A Few Good Men, with Sorkin writing and the net's go-to event producers Neil Meron and Craig Zadan attached to executive produce. Baldwin will play Col. Nathan Jessep, a role made famous by Jack Nicholson in the beloved 1992 film, which also starred Tom Cruise along with Demi Moore and Kevin »
- Lacey Rose
Serena Williams got us like whoa in her latest Instagram pics.
The 35-year-old tennis champ slayed in a series of selfies shared to social media over the weekend, showing off her baby bump in a form-fitted gray dress.
"@haileesteinfeld sunglasses @priverevaux got me like Woahhhh. I'm wearing The Conquistador. I really needed them today! Thanks love," she wrote.
Check out more in the video below. »
Long in the making, Blind starring Alec Baldwin and Demi Moore makes its way to theaters Friday. The Vertical Entertainment release is the directorial debut of veteran producer Michael Mailer, and joins a fairly packed lineup of new Specialty releases this weekend, marking the midpoint of July. Roadside Attractions is hoping to emulate some of the success of its 2010 film Winter's Bone for Lady Macbeth starring dynamic newcomer Florence Pugh. Other features making their… »
In 1996 Alec Baldwin and Demi Moore starred in “The Juror,” an uninspired thriller (with the unfortunate ad line “There is no defense”) in which she played a single mom blackmailed by his Mafia hitman into swaying the jury she’s on, lest he kill her son. Both actors had just passed the crest of their brief big-screen stardom, though that wasn’t necessarily evident at the time, even if “The Juror” certainly didn’t help keep them at the top.
Two decades later, Baldwin is something of an institution — albeit mostly for TV comedy, not a path one would have anticipated back then — while Moore, though she’s worked sporadically, feels like a missing person in any recent pop-culture census. The difference in their career arcs can be attributed to many things, an obvious one being Hollywood’s greater willingness to grant a second act to male stars who’ve aged out of their initial hunkdom, as »
- Dennis Harvey
The pitch for “Wish Upon” has plenty of potential: A high concept horror movie that basically aims to be “Heathers” meets “Final Destination” with a dash of “The Monkey’s Paw.” Unpopular teenager Clare (Joey King) comes across an ancient Chinese box with the ability to grant eight wishes, which she leverages to make her family wealthy and improve the quality of her life bit by bit, not realizing that every wish comes with a tradeoff — someone close to her must die. And so they do, again and again, as the gears in the box turn slowly and an eerie song plays, so by the time Clare learns her lesson, it’s obviously too late. Unfortunately, by the time “Wish Upon” gets around to establishing this grim premise, it’s already too late to turn it into anything remotely exciting on its own terms.
Accept the sheer absurdity of the »
- Eric Kohn
Nobody is more virile than a blind man in a bad movie. From Army Ranger Lieutenant Colonel Frank Slade in “Scent of a Woman” to Virgil Adamson in “At First Sight,” these characters are cartoons of masculinity, using their dicks like antennae as they help guide the sighted people in their lives towards some kind of personal growth. While blind women are often rendered as pretty, pitiable things in desperate need of assistance (a trope that Charlie Chaplin inadvertently helped cement in “City Lights,” and that Lars von Trier very deliberately weaponized in “Dancer in the Dark”), their male counterparts are seen as horny, feral animals who compensate for their sightlessness with bat-like sonar and a bloodhound’s sense of smell.
- David Ehrlich
Michael Mailer and producer Jennifer Gelfer discuss the selection of Demi Moore's wardrobe with costume designer Evren Catlin (Liz W Garcia's One Percent More Humid starring Juno Temple, Maggie Siff, Julia Garner, Alessandro Nivola), Dylan McDermott's character not covering up a tattoo, what is real and what isn't, and why Blind (which has a screenplay by John Buffalo Mailer) is not Disney or Nicholas Sparks (Message In A Bottle, A Walk To Remember, The Notebook, Nights In Rodanthe, Dear John, The Longest Ride).
Bill Oakland (Alec Baldwin), a novelist and professor who lost his wife and his eyesight in a crash, meets Suzanne Dutchman (Demi Moore) whose husband Mark (Dylan McDermott) was sent to prison for insider trading. She has to »
- Anne-Katrin Titze
Cookie and Carlotta are joining forces!
Fox has set a crossover event for the season premieres of “Empire” and “Star,” which will air on Sept. 27, Variety has learned.
The crossover will kick off Fox’s new programming strategy of pairing both of the music-filled drama series together on Wednesday nights with “Empire” airing at 8 p.m. And “Star” following at 9 p.m. throughout the 2017-2018 season.
In the back-to-back episodes, Carlotta (Queen Latifah) will come face-to-face with Cookie (Taraji P. Henson), Lucious (Terrence Howard) and Jamal Lyon (Smollett). While crossover plot details are being kept vague, Fox has teased that on “Empire,” on the brink of Empire Entertainment’s 20th anniversary, Lucious is making his first public appearance after the explosion in Las Vegas, while all members of the Lyon family, as »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Confirming TVLine’s scoop from last week, Fox announced on Wednesday that the mashup of Lee Daniels’ two musical-themed dramas will take place on Wednesday, Sept. 27, beginning with Empire‘s Season 4 premiere at 8/7c and concluding with Star‘s Season 2 premiere at 9/8c.
Specific details of the crossover are being kept under wraps, although Fox confirms Latifah will bring her Star diva over to Empire »
Warning: The above video clip contains explicit language.
In the upcoming film Blind, wealthy socialite Suzanne Dutchman (Moore) is tasked with reading to blind novelist Bill Oakland (Baldwin) as part of a plea deal after being linked to her husband’s insider trading.
In an exclusive clip from the film, Baldwin and Moore’s characters go head-on in a scathing conversation during one of their weekly reading sessions.
“Oh my dear, even a visually impaired man can see what you’re all about,” Bill says to Suzanne.
From Pen: Glenn Close »
- Alexis Chestnov
It’s no secret that celebrities and fashion girls everywhere are obsessed with slip dresses. The versatility of this ’90s style silhouette makes it the perfect dress for any occasion. The look can be worn dressed up or dressed down, for day or night, or layered and styled to fit any vibe. But the real secret to pulling off a slinky, silky slip dress like a celebrity is all about what’s underneath – the right shapewear. We chatted with Commando Founder and Designer, Kerry O’Brien to find out more about what type of shapewear you should choose to really »
- Kami Phillips
On Sunday morning, the 39-year-old actor responded to a story in Star magazine that included photos of him out with a woman, along with the headline: "Hey, Ashton! Who's the girl?"
"You should have heard how upset Mila was that I spent the day with our cousin," Kutcher tweeted sarcastically along with a photo of the tabloid report. "Sorry Aunt Jodie, these magazines lack integrity."
This isn't the first time the former That '70s Show star has responded to cheating allegations. While being honored with the Robert D. Ray Pillar of Character Award in April, Kutcher addressed reports that he was unfaithful to Demi Moore prior to their split in 2011, which ultimately led to their divorce in 2013. He recalled a time when »
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