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Angelina Jolie has had quite a few memorable roles over the years, which makes her one of the perfect female stars to draw inspiration for movie Halloween costumes. From her '90s cyberpunk look in 1995's Hackers to her fashionable villain look in this year's Maleficent, Jolie's onscreen personas are sure to appeal to a wide range of folks who are in search of a unique disguise. Keep reading to see a few of our favorites, and if you are in the mood for another star's look, check out our roundup of the best pop culture costumes for Halloween. Source: Paramount Pictures »
- Maria Mercedes Lara
'The Martian' with Matt Damon: Box office record? 'The Martian' fights 'Gravity' for October box office record; actual winner, however, is an Earthbound comedy Released by 20th Century Fox, Ridley Scott's extremely well-received The Martian, starring Matt Damon in the title role as a U.S. astronaut fighting for his life after being left behind all alone on Mars, opened with an estimated $18 million on Friday, Sept. 30, '15, at 3,831 North American theaters, about two thirds of which in 3D. Bear in mind that the Friday estimate includes $2.5 million from Thursday evening and midnight screenings. Directed by eventual Academy Award winner Alfonso Cuarón, Warner Bros.' Gravity, another extremely well-received space movie about a pioneering American fearlessly kicking death's ass while stranded in a – literally – alien realm, collected $17.48 million over the same weekend back in 2013. Sandra Bullock starred as the lost-in-space astronaut and middle-American Mom struggling to »
- Zac Gille
After conquering Bollywood, it now seems that there is no stopping the 'Queen girl' aka Kangna Ranaut from conquering the world. Just a few days back, she was in the news when she walked the ramp to launch her fashion line. The super-busy woman will now be flying to UK to attend the prestigious 'Women In The World' summit to speak about and share her inspirational story with the world. The said event will be held on October 9.
For starters, 'Women In The World' is the world's most powerful women's summit which is held annually to present vibrant voices and personal stories that illuminate the challenges facing women and girls around the globe. Many international celebrities like Hillary Clinton, Angelina Jolie etc, have been part of this in the past. Kangna is the first Bollywood female celebrity to be invited to be a part of this summit.
As per the sources close to the actress, »
- Bollywood Hungama News Network
The Live Inaugural Hollywood Film Awards Television Broadcast Aired Nov. 14, 2014 on CBS. 2014 honorees included some of the biggest names in Hollywood such as Keira Knightley, Michael Keaton, Steve Carell, Benedict Cumberbatch, Channing Tatum, Mark Ruffalo, Shailene Woodley, Eddie Redmayne, Jean-Marc Vallée, Julianne Moore, Robert Duvall, Jack O’Connell, Mike Myers, Chris Rock and many more. “The first mandatory stop … in the awards season” – New York Times “The Hollywood Film Awards has become a pre-Oscar showcase” – Los Angeles Times “The Race Is On! The Hollywood Awards Launch the Push toward Oscar” – Associated Press Who: Host Queen Latifah, and Hollywood Career Achievement Award winner Michael Keaton, presented by Geena Davis; Hollywood Film Award winner “Gone Girl,” accepted by Ben Affleck, presented by Ron Howard; Hollywood Director Award winner Morten Tyldum for “The Imitation Game,” presented by Robert Pattinson; Hollywood Actor Award winner Benedict Cumberbatch for “The Imitation Game,” presented by Amy Adams »
A photo posted by Gabrielle (@gabywaters23) on Jun 16, 2015 at 7:07pm Pdt Kylie Jenner, is that you?! We were freaking out in September when we came across a woman who's a dead ringer for Angelina Jolie, but now there's a new doppelgänger blowing our minds. Meet Gabrielle Waters, a 19-year-old girl from Hartland, Mi, who loves Kylie Jenner and looks eerily like her. We've seen our fair share of look-alikes in Hollywood - including that model who's the perfect mix of Liam Payne and Zayn Malik mashed together - but this one is so spot-on, we can barely wrap our minds around it. Keep scrolling for more pictures that are so uncanny, they may as well be of Kylie. A photo posted by Gabrielle (@gabywaters23) on Apr 11, 2015 at 4:28pm Pdt A photo posted by Gabrielle (@gabywaters23) on Aug 15, 2015 at 4:29am Pdt A photo posted by Gabrielle (@gabywaters23) on »
- Ryan Roschke
As of today, there are only a small handful of titles vying for Oscar consideration that have yet to be seen by anyone. Specifically, I can think of ten films that have awards aspirations, to one degree or another. Some are very likely Best Picture nominees, while others are likely technical players or bust. Still, at this point, here in early October, there aren’t too many unseen movies left, so this is worth taking note of. As such, below you’ll see a bit on all of the flicks that are still mysteries or X factors to us. A couple are only days away from revealing themselves, but a few will be unseen for quite some time still… Take a look at these ten unseen 2015 contenders: The Big Short – The newest entry into the race, this financial criss flick could be just what the season needs. With possible acting contenders like Christian Bale, »
- Joey Magidson
F. Javier Gutierrez's Rings, the third installment of The Ring franchise, was all set to scare up theaters next month, however Variety has learned that Paramount has pushed back the film's release to next year. A new release date hasn't been announced yet, but it will likely be in theaters in the first quarter of 2016, and will no longer open against the Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie-led... Read More »
- Jesse Giroux
The third sequel in the horror franchise “The Ring” is being pushed back from its Nov. 13, 2015, release date to an unspecified date in 2016, TheWrap has learned. The movie, titled “Rings,” had been scheduled to open opposite as Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt‘s drama “By the Sea,” Warner Bros. Chilean miner drama “The 33” and the family comedy “Love the Coopers.” Paramount had already moved Adam McKay‘s adaptation of Michael Lewis‘ bestseller, “The Big Short” from early 2016 to Dec. 11 before going wide on Dec. 23. Two weeks ago, Paramount, Skydance and Bad Robot moved “Star Trek Beyond” back two weeks »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
Paramount Pictures is pushing back the third film in the horror series from its Nov. 13 debut. It will now launch in 2016, most likely in the first quarter of the year, although a specific release date has yet to be set.
The move comes after Paramount moved the start of “The Big Short,” Adam McKay’s adaptation of the Michael Lewis bestseller, into this calendar year and opted to bow Charlie Kaufman’s “Anomalisa” in an Oscar qualifying run at the end of December.
- Brent Lang
The AFI Film Fest is positioning itself well lately in terms of late breaking Oscar gets. Lots of publicity, big stars and press ensure a film can stand out, as »
- Sasha Stone
The World Premiere of Sony Pictures’ "Concussion" (December 25), starring Will Smith in a bid for a third Oscar nomination, written and directed by Peter Landesman will be the Centerpiece Gala of AFI Fest (November 5–12, 2015) on November 10. Produced by Ridley Scott, Giannina Scott, David Wolthoff, Larry Shuman and Elizabeth Cantillon, "Concussion" is an American immigrant story about an aspirational outsider from South Africa who at great professional risk takes on a corporate goliath: American football. The Opening Night Gala will be the World Premiere of "By the Sea" directed by Angelina Jolie Pitt on Thursday, November 5 and the Closing Night Gala will be the World Premiere of Adam McKay's "The Big Short" on Thursday, November 12. Past gala premieres to go on to the Oscar race include last year's "American Sniper" and "Selma." »
- Anne Thompson
Based on a 2009 GQ article, the film tells the story of Dr. Bennet Omalu, a Nigerian-born forensic neuropathologist who found Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy in the brains of NFL players, discovering a link between football injuries and early-onset dementia that could lead to death. He became at odds with the NFL after the diagnosis.
The movie made headlines recently after the New York Times posted a story centered around emails unveiled by hackers suggesting that Sony executives made unspecified edits to avoid angering the NFL. Sony spoke out against the article, claiming it was “written by individuals who have not seen the film” and that the piece “contains many misleading inferences.”
- Dave McNary
“Concussion” will have its world premiere as a centerpiece gala at the AFI Fest on Nov. 10, the American Film Institute announced on Wednesday. The film will join Angelina Jolie‘s opening-night film “By the Sea” and Adam McKay‘s closing-night feature “The Big Short” as high-profile premieres at the festival, which will take place in Hollywood from Nov. 5 through Nov. 12. Written and directed by Peter Landesman, “Concussion” stars Will Smith as Dr. Bennet Omalu, a forensic pathologist from Nigeria who researched incidences of traumatic brain injury in the National Football League. Also Read: Sony, NFL Brace for Headaches Over Will Smith's. »
- Steve Pond
Read More: Will Smith Puts on His "Nigerian Accent" in First Trailer for NFL Drama 'Concussion' After announcing Angelina Jolie's "By the Sea" and the heavyweight ensemble drama "The Big Short" will open and close the 2015 AFI Fest, the American Film Institute continues to round out their upcoming celebration with news that "Concussion," the Will Smith drama about football-related head trauma, will screen as the Centerpiece Gala. Written and directed by "Parkland" director Peter Landesman, the drama is a true story and stars Smith as Dr. Bennet Omalu, the forensic pathologist who first discovered the the detrimental medical repercussions of football-related head injuries. His discovered brought to light the dark underbelly of the NFL and resulted in a legal battle between him and the league. The movie is produced by Ridley Scott, Giannina Scott, David Wolthoff, Larry Shuman and Elizabeth Cantillon. "AFI Fest is »
- Zack Sharf
While you're busy perfecting your a.m.-p.m. skin-care regimen, you're likely neglecting a very important part of the anti-aging equation. As celeb dermatologist Dr. Harold Lancer puts it, "from the dinner table up, skin has to match." Ageless celebs like Kate Hudson, Amy Adams and Angelina Jolie know that putting as much effort into hands as you do into your face is an essential aspect of looking vibrant and healthy. Since hands start aging between the ages of 20 and 25, you might want to give your digits a little TLC sooner rather than later. "Hands require a lot of maintenance because the skin on your hands is thin to begin with, has lower blood flow than the face and are »
Your favorite sports classic turns 15 years young today! After we got done feeling as old as last week's laundry, we got a little curious and wanted to see what our favorite Remember the Titans cast members were up to today. Check out what they look like, and what they've been doing all these years later: Denzel Washington (Coach Herman Boone): Yes...we've heard of him. The two-time Oscar winner is currently filming Magnificent Seven, out in 2016. Will Patton (Coach Bill Yoast): Patton is also known for his roles in Armageddon and Gone in 60 Seconds with Angelina Jolie Donald Faison (Petey Jones): We loved Caceee Cobb's hubby in Scrubs and, of »
"Sicario" already has a lot going for it. A layered script by Taylor Sheridan, tremendous direction by Denis Villeneuve, and a trio of knockout turns by Emily Blunt, Josh Brolin, and Benicio Del Toro. But the secret ingredient in the mix that brings it all together is the work of cinematographer Roger Deakins. Framing every single shot with precision and artistry, he helps to wrap up the entire picture in a blanket of singular, throbbing intensity. It's another notch in the celebrated career belt of the cinematographer who is the rare talent in his trade that is nearly a household name (at least among cinephiles). Read More: Roger Deakins Says 'Blade Runner' Sequel Will "Stand Alone By Itself" So, if you've seen "Sicario" already, or want to be prepared, this nearly half-hour long Q&A (via Larry Wright) is a pretty good way to go. Deakins talks not just about the film, »
- Kevin Jagernauth
Pucker up! Celebrities are often known for their famous body parts and features—we're obsessed with Jennifer Lopez's perky booty, Blake Lively's flowing hair and Carrie Underwood's toned legs! Then, there a certain select few who are known for their incredibly luscious lips, like Angelina Jolie and Scarlett Johansson! But how well can you recognize your favorite stars just by their signature kissers? In anticipation of the mid-season premiere of Botched, play our game to find out if you can guess the celebrity pouts! Trust us, it's not that easy! Don't miss the return of Botched Tuesday, Oct. 6 at 9 p.m., only on E! »
“Sicario” marks cinematographer Roger Deakins’ second collaboration with director Denis Villeneuve after “Prisoners,” with a third — a sequel to Ridley Scott’s “Blade Runner” — on the way. A moody capturing of the border thriller with silky digital photography, the work marks just another example of the celebrated artist’s brilliant eye for imagery that tells a story rather than merely showcasing it.
I spoke with the 12-time Oscar nominee (still looking for that elusive first win) about his work on the film, playing with thermal imaging devices to creep effect, going back to celluloid on the Coen brothers’ “Hail, Caesar!” and much more.
Before we get into “Sicario,” you recently finished up “Hail, Caesar!” with the Coen brothers. You went back to celluloid on that. We’ve talked a little about this before but how did you feel working in that medium again?
I mean it’s like riding a bike, »
- Kristopher Tapley
Moviegoers can’t wait to see Katniss Everdeen lead the people of Panem to freedom or witness the Millennium Falcon roar across the screen after three decades in dry-dock, according to a recent survey by Piedmont Media Research.
The consumer tracking company polled 3,000 people about upcoming fall movies and found that “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2” and “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” were the most hotly anticipated upcoming releases. In fact, both films scored some of the highest ratings Piedmont has recorded since it began polling audiences five years ago. The company rates consumer engagement on a scale of zero to 1,000, and the fourth and final “Hunger Games” had a 514 rating, beating last summer’s “Avengers: Age of Ultron” and its score of 509, as the best overall number it has ever recorded.
The “Star Wars” sequel posted a 495 rating, the third best figure since Piedmont began its surveys. It »
- Brent Lang
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