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NBC has given The Blacklist an early second season renewal. Most freshman TV shows don’t get a second season this early (Sleepy Hollow did, but it’s airing a short season).
According to a report from RadarOnline, ABCis hoping to fill the cast for the next season of Dancing with the Stars with Oscar winners and Renee Zellweger headlining. Are there that many Oscar winners that would do Dancing with the Stars?
CNN chief Jeff Zucker says that the news channel needs “more shows and less newscasts.” With Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown as its top show, he’s talking about airing documentaries as part of the weekday primetime lineup and revamping news programs to have an “attitude »
- Lyle Masaki
That's the hope, according to a report from Radar Online. Sources at the "DWTS" production indicate that Zellweger might be "offered mega bucks to do 'DWTS' and compete for the chance of putting the Mirror Ball trophy next to her Oscar." If this is indeed the case, the plan is to have more than one Academy Award winner take the stage -- an "all Oscar-winners series" would be the result.
If it actually happened, there's a good chance that an actress like Zellweger would be a hit. Although she won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in 2004 for "Cold Mountain," Renee Zellweger had previously been nominated for her singing and dancing role in "Chicago."
Related: Tori Spelling wants to join "DWTS" Season »
Renee Zellweger is being approached to compete on a new season of "Dancing with the Stars" filled with Oscar winners, according to a false RadarOnline report. The outlet, which has repeatedly spread bogus "DWTS" casting rumors, now cites a "production source" who claims Zellweger would be "offered mega bucks to do DWTS and compete for the chance of putting the mirror ball trophy next to her Oscar." »
- Daniel Jacobson
According to National Enquirer magazine, a source said that ever since Lawrence broke through in 2010 drama 'Winter's Bone', the 44-year-old actress has been watching her career closely, Contactmusic reported.
The source added that it might sound crazy but Zellweger sees a lot of her younger self in Lawrence and has even trying to restyle herself to fit her mould. (Ani) »
- Anita Agarwal
For the buildup to this year's Oscar race we thought it would be fun to revive StinkyLulu's Supporting Actress Smackdown and so far it's gone just beautifully. This month we're hitting the 2003 lineup for its 10th anniversary. Unfortunately I have to announce a small delay: The Smackdown will now air on Thursday, December 5th at Noon Est instead of, well, right now.
But in its place our new Smackdown tradition which we keep meaning to turn into a regular non-Smackdown series. "Introducing..." in which we remember our first glimpse of key movie characters. You've met this month's panel but these events now include an extra panelist: You (the collective you) so feel free to send in your ballots (by tomorrow at the latest) if you'd like your vote to be counted. Here's how you do that.
Without further ado...
Introducing... (in the order of how soon they appear in their »
- NATHANIEL R
Comedy has rarely been taken as seriously as it will be in this season’s kudofests. For the first time in December, the 26th European Film Awards will present a European comedy category. And a large crop of comedy-tinged dramas and drama-tinged comedies could add to the Golden Globes’ sometimes specious history of placing films, lead actors and lead actresses in debatable musical/comedy slots.
Several that walk a fine line between comedy and drama but are being submitted as comedies include “The Wolf of Wall Street,” “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty,” “Before Midnight,” “Inside Llewyn Davis,” “Her” and “August: Osage County.” Others with a mix of laughs and tears submitted as dramas include “Blue Jasmine” and “Saving Mr. Banks.”
But a studio’s category submission by the Nov. 1 deadline isn’t a final decision, and a few nominees may change categories by the time Globes noms are announced Dec. »
- Gregg Goldstein
Odd List Ryan Lambie Simon Brew 28 Nov 2013 - 06:04
Our series of lists devoted to underappreciated films brings us to the year 2000, and another 25 overlooked gems...
The new millennium brought with it an eclectic range of hit films. Hong Kong action director John Woo brought us Mission: Impossible II, the most profitable film of the year at the box office. Ridley Scott enjoyed one of the biggest critical and financial successes of his career with Gladiator, while Robert Zemeckis created a memorable drama with Tom Hanks and a ball named Wilson in Cast Away.
From a comic book movie standpoint, 2000 was also a key year. X-Men not only established a successful film franchise which is still going, with X-Men: Days Of Future Past out next year, but also headed up a wave of big-budget Marvel adaptations which shows no sign of slowing down.
As ever, we've travelled far outside the »
The 40-50 pounds that Christian Bale packed on to play inveterate conman Irving Rosenfeld in David O. Russell’s upcoming “American Hustle” appears all the more shocking when juxtaposed with the actor’s reedthin crackhead Dicky Eklund in “The Fighter,” his previous collaboration with the director.
“I think he might win a prize,” Russell joked to Variety when reminded of Bale’s feat for “American Hustle,” which opens Dec. 13.
The Motion Picture Academy has certainly been impressed by this kind of complete physical immersion in the past, awarding Oscars to Robert De Niro, who gained 60 pounds to play Jake Lamotta in blustery decline in “Raging Bull,” and Charlize Theron, whose supermodel looks were concealed by makeup and abnormal girth as serial killer Aileen Wuornos in “Monster.” Renee Zellweger, too, earned the Academy’s respect after she plumped up considerably for “Bridget Jones’s Diary,” earning a nomination for her effort. »
- Steve Chagollan
Fighting, dying, hoping, hating … great sports films are about far more than sport itself. Here Guardian and Observer critics pick their 10 best
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Lindsay Anderson brought to bear on his adaptation of David Storey's first novel, all the poetic-realist instincts he had been honing for the previous decade as a documentarian in the Humphrey Jennings mould. (Anderson had won the 1953 best doc Oscar for Thursday's Children.) Filmed partly in Halifax and Leeds, but mainly in and around Wakefield Trinity Rugby League Club, one of its incidental attractions is its record of a northern, working-class sports culture that would change out of all recognition over the next couple of decades.
The story of Frank Machin, a miner who becomes a star on the rugby field, »
While most of our Experts expect Cate Blanchett ("Blue Jasmine") to win the Best Actress Oscar, an overwhelming majority are backing Sandra Bullock ("Gravity") to take home the Golden Globe for Drama Actress. With seven Experts in Bullock's corner, she has leading odds of 17 to 10 while Blanchett, with the support of just two Experts, has odds of 13 to 5. See the Experts' latest rankings here. Bullock won this award with her only previous bid four years ago for "The Blind Side" and then repeated at the Oscars. Surprisingly, this queen of the rom/coms has lost all three of her Comedy/Musical Actress races: for "The Proposal," also in 2009, to Globes favorite Meryl Streep ("Julie and Julia"); for "Miss Congeniality" in 2001 to Renee Zellweger ("Nurse Jackie"); and for "While You Were Sleeping" in 1996 to Nicole Kidman ("To Die For"). Blanchett won this award with her »
Washington, November 15: Romantic lines used in the films are the essence of movies and it goes without saying why viewers are mesmerized by them.
Here are some of the most romantic lines of all times used in Hollywood films,
"To Me You Are Perfect" from 'Love Actually' , which features a love triangle between Juliet (Keira Knightley), her husband Peter (Chiwetel Ejiofor), and his friend Mark (Andrew Lincoln). After appearing standoffish to Juliet, Mark finally confesses that he is in love with her on Christmas, Huffington Post reported.
- Meeta Kabra
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- Laura Marie Meyers
Renee Zellweger reportedly gave a quote to the U.K's Daily Express regarding the criticism surrounding her weight.
Upon reports that the 44-year-old actress struggles with an eating disorder, she told the publication, "When you read reports that you are starving yourself or that you are anorexic it's very unfair and disappointing. It's not very pleasant to read reports which say you've gone too far or this or that."
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Zellweger credits her small frame to working out, saying, "I have a lifestyle that involves keeping my sanity by going to the gym."
Upon landing her famous role in Bridget Jones' Diary in 2001, the actress gained 30 pounds for the part, only to slim back down dramatically once the film(s) were complete. »
Renee Zellweger is no stranger to the rumors in the media. The actress has heard it all — most recently about her face, which caused quite the chatter on Nov. 2, when she stepped out in Burbank, Ca. In a new interview, Renee revealed the truth behind all the rumors.
Renee Zellweger is completely offended by the rumors about her face and body, she revealed in a new interview, calling the claims “unfair and disappointing!”
Renee Zellweger: I Haven’t Gone Too Far
“When you read reports that you are starving yourself or that you are anorexic, it’s very unfair and disappointing,” Renee told U.K’s Daily Express. “It’s not very pleasant to read reports which say you’ve gone too far or this or that.”
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In 2001, the petite, 5’4″ actress gained 30 pounds for her iconic role in Bridget Jones’ Diary. She lost the weight quickly after, »
- Emily Longeretta
Renée Zellweger is setting the record straight about her weight. In light of recent headlines, the slender 5-foot-4 actress is fighting back at reports that suggest she suffers from an eating disorder. Speaking to the U.K's Daily Express, Zellweger says she's not as obsessed with being thin as the tabloids would like their readers to believe. "When you read reports that you are starving yourself or that you are anorexic, it's very unfair and disappointing," the newspaper quotes the 44-year-old actress as saying. "It's not very pleasant to read reports which say you've gone too far or this or that." Zellweger's weight has been under scrutiny ever since she gained 30 pounds »
Los Angeles, Nov 8: Actress Renee Zellweger doesn't like hearing reports about her fluctuating body weight and food habits.
The 44-year-old gained nearly 28 pounds when she starred in the "Bridget Jones's Diary", a movie series based on the books of Helen Fielding, but she quickly dropped the weight once filming was finished by following a strict diet and exercise regime.
When she was snapped at a New York fashion event earlier this month, her slim figure sparked rumours that she is struggling with her weight, but Zellweger insists her trim body is down to hard work in the gym, reports contactmusic.com.
- Arun Pandit
Two weeks after RadarOnline spread a false story about Renee Zellweger planning to adopt a baby, the National Enquirer is taking things up a notch, dragging Sandra Bullock into a similarly inaccurate report. According to the tabloid, "Renee Zellweger has big plans to welcome a little bundle of joy -- and she has good pal Sandra Bullock to thank for helping make her baby dreams come true!" The Enquirer alleges that Zellweger has "enlisted" Bullock to "walk her through the complicated process of adoption." »
- Daniel Jacobson
--Naomi Watts and Sunrise Coigney bringing their children to the Disney & Cinema Society screening of Frozen at the Tribeca Grand Hotel in NYC. --Hilary Swank and Renee Zellweger chatting during the Armani One Night Only New York fashion show event in NYC. --Hilary Rhoda breaking a sweat to benefit the Lollipop Theater Network, a nonprofit that brings the magic of the movies to hospitalized children, at SoulCycle West Village in NYC. --Lana Del Rey partying with her boyfriend Barrie James O’Neill at Nylon Magazine's "America The Issue" release [...] »
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- Maria Mercedes Lara
Did she or didn’t she? Fans were asking the question after new photos surfaced of Renee on Nov. 2 looking a bit different. We spoke to numerous plastic surgeons to get their expert opinions on whether she had work done!
Renee Zellweger looked fresh-faced and amazing at a screening of the movie Long Shot: The Kevin Laue Story on Nov. 2 in Burbank, Calif. But is the 44-year-old gracefully aging or is she getting some help from a dermatologist? HollywoodLife.com spoke to four plastic surgeons Exclusively to bring you the truth!
Renee Zellweger’s Face — Experts Speak About Plastic Surgery
Dr. Brian Glatt, Board Certified Plastic Surgeon in Morristown, NJ, says it doesn’t look like Renee had a nose job, but it does appear she got a chin implant:
Weight loss can even make a person’s nose appear slimmer as Ms. Zellweger’s does post weight-loss. It does »
- Dory Larrabee
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