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Chris Cornell's family, bandmates and famous friends gathered by the dozens to pay their respects as his ashes are laid in his final resting place ... the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. The private event was attended by Brad Pitt, Pharrell, Dave Grohl, Lisa Marie Presley, Dave Navarro, Jimmy Page, Courtney Love, Gavin Rossdale, James Franco, Christian Bale, Josh Brolin, Billy Idol, Joe Walsh, Lars Ulrich, James Hetfield and many more. The beloved singer was eulogized by Tom Morello, »
- TMZ Staff
Chris Cornell was laid to rest Friday at Los Angeles’ Hollywood Forever Cemetery, just over one week after his shocking death in Detroit.
The Soundgarden frontman was found dead of suicide by hanging at MGM Grand Detroit following the band’s performance at the Michigan city’s Fox Theatre May 18.
Over the weekend, Cornell’s body was flown to California, where it was cremated Tuesday, the family’s attorney Kirk Pasich previously told People in a statement. Friday’s funeral service was private, but was followed by a public memorial later in the day.
Family — including Cornell’s wife Vicky »
- Lindsay Kimble and Sarah Michaud
The Dark Knight is widely considered the definitive Batman film -- I think Batman Begins gives it a run for its money -- though one point of criticism most Batman fans would agree upon is Christian Bale's over-the-top Batman voice. In an age when Tobey Maguire was using his normal voice as both Peter Parker and Spider-Man (how did Mary Jane not figure that out from the start?), the "Christian Bale voice defense" was that at least Bruce Wayne had the foresight to disguise his voice, even if he took it in an odd direction.
Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice featured a new Batman in Ben Affleck, and with him, a new take on Batman's voice. While Christian Bale always sounded like he was going to lose his voice, by shouting all the time, or had lost it, when deeply whispering a lot, Affleck's take sounds »
- Nick Doll
Ben Affleck pokes fun at himself by doing his impression of Christian Bale's Batman voice for last night's Red Nose special on NBC. The charity was hosted by Chris Hardwick and featured a ton of celebrities from different fields giving their time to raise money for children all over the world. Affleck came on to answer questions from kids in the comedy sketch and the results are pretty hilarious. The fan debate over Affleck's Batman vs. Bale's Batman is no secret and will often elicit violent verbal jousts from said fans, so it's always nice to see the Batman stars have a little fun with the debate.
In the clip, a child asks for Ben Affleck to do the Batman voice and Affleck obliges, but the child is not satisfied. "No! Do it the way Christian Bale does it," the child says. Ben Affleck looks at the camera for a second, »
It goes without saying that Christian Bale is far and away one of the best “shape shifters” in Hollywood. The lengths he goes for roles from both a mental and physical perspective are second to none. Unfortunately I predict he has health problems later in life. There’s just no way what he does is safe. I mean we’re talking gaining 40-50 lbs for roles and then losing 40-50 lbs for roles. And he does this so often that it’s practically expected. If you’ve seen him in The Machinist where he was emaciated to the point of literal danger compared to
- Nat Berman
I was having a conversation with my wife the other day about who my top three favorite male actors are and Leonardo DiCaprio made the list. Just for sharing sake the other two are Denzel Washington and Gary Oldman. I also happen to think that Brad Pitt is extremely underrated as an actor and I used to think Ed Norton was the man. And I cannot forget about guys like Christian Bale, Tom Hanks, and Robert De Niro. But let’s go back to DiCaprio. I don’t think people realize just how great an actor he is and appreciate how long
- Nat Berman
Though the sequels that were intended to follow 2015's Terminator Genisys were canceled after that film's lackluster performance and tepid reception, the Terminator franchise is far from dead. It was already announced that James Cameron, creator of the property, was returning to produce and shepherd a new approach to the classic series of films, with Deadpool's Tim Miller set to direct. Whatever direction the new film takes, we now know of another important returning player.
Screen Daily sat down with Arnold Schwarzenegger at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival, where the actor confirmed that he will, indeed, be back... again:
“It is back. It is moving forward. [Cameron] has some good ideas of how to continue with the franchise. I will be in the movie.”
So, how do we continue from here? The franchise has already had two "reboots" of sorts, 2009's Terminator Salvation and the aforementioned Genisys. The former was meant »
- Nick Doll
With his Oscar-winning 2015 hit The Big Short—which took the prize for Best Adapted Screenplay, along with four other nominations—director and co-writer Adam McKay turned the 2008 financial crash into an entertaining and revelatory comedy-drama, demonstrating a penchant for political hot-button material, and making it its own genre as he sets up his next projects. With Christian Bale, Amy Adams and Steve Carell recently coming aboard McKay's Untitled Dick Cheney… »
18 May 2017 10:00 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
The Hollywood Reporter has released its third Cannes Film Festival daily issue, which includes a look at the state of China-Hollywood co-productions, a backing announcement of Tom Cruise's American Made and exclusive casting news in the Indian Rambo remake.
China and Hollywood
Despite many attempts, there are virtually no U.S.-China co-productions that have succeeded financially in both territories: Christian Bale's The Flowers of War, Kevin Spacey's Inseparable and, most recently, Matt Damon's The Great Wall. THR takes a look at how savvy producers are now finding ways to get past cultural and regulatory hurdles to gain access to the Middle Kingdom and still make a »
- Ashley Lee
18 May 2017 9:30 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
On paper, linking the world’s two top box-office territories — North America and China — via a co-production designed to play in both seems a no-brainer.
But despite many attempts, big and small, and seemingly endless industry panel discussions dedicated to the topic, there are virtually no U.S.-China co-productions that have succeeded financially in both territories.
The landscape is littered with examples of promising projects that faltered or failed. Remember The Flowers of War? Zhang Yimou’s World War II period epic starring Christian Bale and Chinese star Ni Ni was a hit at home, grossing $95 million in China but »
- Patrick Brzeski,Scott Roxborough
The deal was announced Thursday at the Cannes Film Festival, where Sierra/Affinity is handling foreign sales. It’s the second release for Annapurna’s nascent distribution operation, which launches with the Aug. 4 opening of “Detroit,” Kathryn Bigelow’s drama about the race riots of 1967.
Amazon Studios came on to co-finance and handle the North American theatrical release of “Brad’s Status” in October. Mike White directed the movie, which also stars Michael Sheen, Luke Wilson, Jenna Fischer and Austin Abrams.
Sidney Kimmel Entertainment first unveiled the project in July after White brought the project to Ske with Plan B attached. Ske, Plan B, and Dave Bernad are producing. Ske and Amazon are co-financing the film.
Stiller plays the titular Brad who, »
- Dave McNary
16 May 2017 1:32 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
Jean Reno has signed with Paradigm, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned. He previously was with CAA.
The French actor rose to international acclaim in 1994 in Luc Besson’s The Professional, starring as the titular hitman who mentors a young orphan (Natalie Portman). His subsequent Hollywood credits include Mission: Impossible, Godzilla, Ronin and The Da Vinci Code, as well as Couples Retreat and Steve Martin’s two Pink Panther movies, wherein he showed off his comedic flair. Reno most recently appeared in Armenian genocide drama The Promise, starring Oscar Isaac, Christian Bale and Charlotte Le Bon.
Reno continues to be repped »
- Rebecca Sun
Cannes — Sought-after Oscar-nominated actress Rosamund Pike is attached to star as Marie Curie in “Radioactive,” a Working Title production directed by France’s Marjane Satrapi (“Persepolis”) fully-financed by Studiocanal and which will bring a human dimension to the scientist, which suggesting the extraordinary lasting impact of her scientific work.
“Radioactive” is adapted by one of the U.K.’s hottest young writers, Jack Thorne, from “Radioactive: Marie & Pierre Curie: A Tale of Love and Fallout,” Lauren Redniss’ lustrous graphic biography of Marie and Pierre Curie. Mixing dream-like saturated color drawings and short texts, the book captures the Curies’ “fairy-tale” life story, as Redniss writes, their love, recorded perspicaciously by Curie, the heroic labor of their scientific discovery of radioactivity, and the long shadow that would cast over their lives – and the modern world.
“This is not a bio-pic, but a love story, set at a tremendous time of change, »
- John Hopewell and Elsa Keslassy
Some years, it feels like all of the Academy Award contenders are fresh faces. The hopefuls for Oscar nominations and wins are on the scene for the first time and vying to join the club. Other times, it’s a mix between old and new. Still other times, it seems like a disproportionately large amount of would be nominees and prospective winners have been there before. 2017 seems like it’s going to be one of those years. We don’t fully know how it’s going to shape up just yet, but there’s a whole host of golden statue owners who might end up thinking about making room on their mantle for more this time around. If nothing else, this is just a primer to keep in mind when the fall and winter months come calling. Here is the list of all former winners who have something in contention this year. »
- Joey Magidson
“You either die a hero or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain.”
In 2008, Christopher Nolan did something no other Batman film director could ever do – he made a darker film than Tim Burton. Burton’s over-the-top, circus-like direction in his two Batman films, while albeit dark, isn’t anywhere near as dark and gritty as The Dark Knight.
Let’s start with the Joker first off. Heath Ledger outclassed Nicholson in this role (see Chinatown at the Tivoli Wednesday night for quintessential Jack). This isn’t the prim and proper Joker that Nicholson displayed – this Joker is a force of nature that plays by absolutely no rules except his own twisted moral code. He cares more about chaos and mayhem more than he would ever care about money or fame. He lives off the fear of the populace. Nicholson’s obsession with the Batman had more »
- Tom Stockman
Woody Harrelson has given some brand new information about his role as Beckett in the upcoming Han Solo: A Star Wars Story. Official news has been hard to come by lately as the cast and crew have been sworn to secrecy. On the other hand, unofficial news has been pretty fruitful in the last 24 hours, with costume and ship concept art leaking yesterday. Harrelson, who is at Pinewood Studios in London filming Han Solo, shared some interesting information regarding his character in the hotly anticipated prequel.
"I am totally psyched to be making a Star Wars film. But the secrecy is on another level."
Harrelson has already shared this bit of information and we're sure that you'd be crazy not to be excited »
In a video for Vogue magazine, Margot Robbie gives viewers a glimpse into her daily beauty routine. Let’s just say that there’s something eerily familiar about it.
The clip, called “Australian Psycho,” is a shot for shot remake of the famous scene from Christian Bale’s performance in “American Psycho.” Throughout the two and a half minute clip, you watch Robbie give her checklist of products and rituals.
- Charles Dean
Having starred in a wide range of both high-profile blockbusters and more character driven dramas, it’s safe to say that Zoe Saldana is one of the most sought after actresses working in the industry today. Last year saw her team with Oscar-winner Ben Affleck for Live By Night, an action packed crime thriller, set in the Roaring 20s amidst an underground network of gangster-run speakeasies. To mark the release of the film out on Digital Download now and available on Blu-ray™ and DVD from May 22, we’ve rounded up her six most essential performances.
Avatar is widely recognised as a visual extravaganza and a box office behemoth, having taken the spot of highest grossest film of all time from James Cameron’s previous film Titanic. However, its stunning effects and epic story would not have landed with audiences nearly as much without compelling performances at the centre, and »
- The Hollywood News
Ram Gopal Varma is back with the third installment of Sarkar. Amitabh Bachchan reprises his role with trademark intensity and fiery anger. Sarkar 3 also features an amazing cast including Manoj Bajpayee, Ronit Roy, Amit Sadh, Yami Gautam, Jackie Shroff and Rohini Hattangadi among others.
Talented actor Amit Sadh was tapped to play the very intense role of Subhash Nagre’s grandson Shivaji and from what we have seen so far in the trailers he has totally immersed himself into the role and the world of Sarkar.
I had an absolutely amazing conversation with Amit about his role in the epic drama Sarkar 3. It was even more special because he opened up about his thoughts and dreams about acting. Check out what he had to say!
So you are contacted by Mr. Ram Gopal Verma who says I would like you to be a part of a film, then »
- Stacey Yount
Bloom handles international sales; Aviron Pictures to distribute in North America.
The Fyzz Facility serves as financiers on the project, which is earmarked for a May 30 start in Los Angeles.
The Fyzz Facility Pictures’ Wayne Marc Godfrey, Robert Jones, Mark Lane and James Harris are producing in association with Relativity Media. Intrepid Pictures’ Trevor Macy, who produced The Strangers, will serve as executive producer.
The Strangers 2 follows a family whose road trip takes a turn for the worse when they arrive at a secluded mobile home park and hunker down for the night in a borrowed trailer. Under the cover of darkness three familiar masked psychopaths pay them a visit.
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jeremy Kay)
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