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Wedding season is underway, and we've got tons of wedding content catered just for you. We recently took a look back at the celebrities who married young, but we can't help but also reminisce about the surprising celebrity combinations who have headed to the altar together. Remember Angelina Jolie's first husband, Jonny Lee Miller, or Jennifer Garner's onscreen romance-turned-marriage to Scott Foley? We've rounded up a bunch of surprising nuptials, so scroll to jog your memory! »
- Ivana Dukanovic
The 38-year-old stars as the titular villain, who is the self-proclaimed "Mistress of All Evil" in the forthcoming film. The makers have added a new twist to the story, but she insists there are elements familiar with the 1959 tale of "Sleeping Beauty" where the character originates.
"We've respected the classic, we've tried to bring you what you love about the story. We also hope to hope to bring a world that you've never seen before. It's a very beautiful. »
- Amith Ostwal
Oscar 2015: Craig Zadan and Neil Meron will return as Oscar show producers (photo: Craig Zadan and Neil Meron) Craig Zadan and Neil Meron will be back as producers of the 2015 Oscar ceremony, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences president Cheryl Boone Isaacs announced yesterday, April 21, 2014. This will mark Zadan and Meron’s third consecutive year as Oscar producers. In the United States, the 87th Academy Awards ceremony will air live on ABC on Oscar Sunday, February 22, 2015. Last March 2, the Zadan- and Meron-produced 2014 Oscar telecast brought back Ellen DeGeneres, whose performance as Oscar host drew mixed reviews — some loved the pizza; others hated it. Besides pizza delivery, the Oscar telecast also featured the presence of veterans Kim Novak and Sidney Poitier; musical performances by U2, Pharrell Williams, and Idina Menzel (aka "Adele Nazeem," as per John Travolta); in addition to a tribute to The Wizard of Oz performed by »
- Steve Montgomery
If you don't know who Jack O'Connell is, you soon will. The 23-year-old British actor, who is probably best known for playing Cook in the UK series Skins, is making a name for himself in carefully chosen roles and will soon star in the Angelina Jolie-helmed Unbroken. However, before he hits theaters in Jolie's latest project, he will be on the big screen in Starred Up, a gritty prison drama that is one part social commentary on the nature of prison and one part touching father-son story, as O'Connell's character Eric confronts his dad and fellow prisoner, Neville (Ben Mendelsohn). We caught up with Jack at the Tribeca Film Festival to discuss the film and his artful approach to his craft. Popsugar: How do you prepare to play someone like Eric Love, who is so intense? Jack O'Connell: I don't know, because it begs the question of whether »
- Maria Mercedes Lara
I've been asked by another site to list what I think will be the top ten films at this summer's global box office. No small task, but maybe it will be a little easier than predicting domestic results because only the most popular will be considered while films like Sex Tape, 22 Jump Street, Tammy and Think Like a Man Too don't really stand a chance. All that said, what this will definitely do is help me prepare for the Summer Box Office Challenge on the podcast where the draft for the months of May-August is coming up shortly. Taking a look at the obvious contenders we have The Amazing Spider-Man 2, X-Men: Days of Future Past, Transformers: Age of Extinction, How to Train Your Dragon 2, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Guardians of the Galaxy and probably Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. And that's seven so we only need three more. »
- Brad Brevet
The couple, who got together in 2005, got engaged in 2012.
"Angie's insanely devoted to Brad. She fell for him the minute they met. And he loves the way she is into him. Brad says he proposed to Angelina for the kids, but that's not quite true," showbizspy.com quoted a source as saying.
"They had hardly any time for each other, with him promoting a string of films while she spent 10 months working 18-hour days on 'In the Land of Blood and Honey'. He was convinced she was pulling. »
- Leon David
While the lot of you are still reading and enjoying FM 273 (you Are, aren’t you?), it’s time to preview our yearly Kaiju Issue—which of course means we have welcomed Consulting Editor (and Big Wow! Special Guest) August Ragone on board to help us deliver a tribute of massive proportions…
Sixty Years Of Godzilla!
The image above, featuring Mothra, is only one of four special cover paintings by the extremely awesome Bob Eggleton (previously responsible for our Godzilla vs. Gamera, Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla, and Colossal Kaiju covers).
FM 274 will feature our exclusive Godzilla Timeline, featuring writeups and information on all 29 existing Godzilla films—plus a little interview with director Gareth Edwards about the new Warner Bros. film debuting in May.
Never fear, though, as there’s still plenty of material for people who haven’t learned to love Godzilla yet, including:
Enter The Dragon: Film legend and »
- Holly Interlandi
In a new featurette for the Disney movie, the actress opens up about her wicked role.
"We've respected the classic, we've tried to bring you what you love about the story," the 38-year-old said.
Photos: Angelina Jolie: Then & Now
Adding, "We also hope to hope to bring a world that you've never seen before. It's a very beautiful story, and I think it is very different from what people ...
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- firstname.lastname@example.org (AccessHollywood.com Editorial Staff)
Rolling Stone has an in-depth article about the Los Angeles paparazzi culture that reveals that a photo of Kylie Jenner is worth more than one of Mark Wahlberg, which celebs tip the paps off to take photos of their kids and that Angelina Jolie leaked that she and Brad Pitt were vacationing in Africa in the early days of their romance so that they could be photographed. [Rolling Stone] Sure, Sarah Jessica Parker was all over New York City on the iconic show, Sex and the City, but what about in real life? The Gossip Table has the scoop. Prince George got to meet another adorable George this weekend. The young royal was introduced to a bilby who was named George »
- Meghan O'Keefe
Warning: The above video contains major Amazing Spider-Man 2 spoilers
It's no bad thing that Shailene Woodley's scenes as Mary Jane Watson were cut from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 – between Dane DeHaan's unstable Harry Osborn, Jamie Foxx's nerd-turned-supervillain Electro and the expanded mythology surrounding the Parker family, Marc Webb's sequel already felt overstuffed.
But Mary Jane is still in line to play a major role in the third film, and Woodley has more or less confirmed that her schedule on the Divergent sequels will make her return very unlikely.
With that in mind, we've rounded up 10 more actresses with whom Andrew Garfield's Peter could hit the jackpot.
1. Juno Temple
Last year's BAFTA Rising Star award winner already has a few high-profile roles lined up, alongside Angelina Jolie in Maleficent and Ray Liotta in Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. But she's yet to star in a franchise, »
Learn more about the reinvention of Sleeping Beauty‘s story in this first featurette for Maleficent. At the very least the movie still looks beautiful and Angelina Jolie says they respected the classic. You need quite a bit of courage to take a beloved and very well-known classic like Sleeping Beauty and turn it upside down, […]
Read The First Featurette for Maleficent Talks About How Different it Will Be on Filmonic.
Stars love their tattoos. Obviously some more than others. Oh hey, Angelina Jolie! While Jolie is famous for her recognizable ink running down her back, there are some with lesser known tattoos that celebs are rocking. Because of Easter, we thought it was the perfect time to test our knowledge on stars with religious tattoos. In this ten-person quiz, there are crosses, Jesus and lots of dedication to one’s faith.
First up: This actress was a child star before becoming a mother of her own with another one on the way.
- Stacy Lambe
Oscar 2015 dates (Meryl Streep in ‘Into the Woods’) The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and ABC announced yesterday, April 17, 2014, the Oscar 2015 dates. The Academy Awards ceremony will air live on ABC on February 22, 2015 — or about ten days earlier than the Oscar 2014 ceremony. Key Oscar 2015 dates are as follows: Saturday, November 8, 2014 The Governors Awards (where Honorary awards are handed out). Wednesday, December 3, 2014 Official Screen Credits and music submissions due to the Academy. Monday, December 29, 2014 Oscar 2015 nominations voting begins 8 a.m. Pt. Thursday, January 8, 2015 Oscar 2015 nominations voting ends 5 p.m. Pt. Thursday, January 15, 2015 Oscar 2015 nominations announced. Monday, February 2, 2015 Oscar 2015 Nominees Luncheon. Friday, February 6, 2015 Final voting for the Oscar 2015 winners begins 8 a.m. Pt. Saturday, February 7, 2015 Scientific and Technical Awards. Tuesday, February 17, 2015 Final voting for the Oscar 2015 winners ends 5 p.m. Pt. Oscar Sunday, February 22, 2015 87th Academy Awards begins 7 p.m. Et/ 4 p.m. Pt. As in previous years, the Oscar »
- Steve Montgomery
Maleficent. Man, I don’t know how to feel about this. Sleeping Beauty has a very specific place in Disney animation history, it’s nuanced as all Disney films were becoming, but also designed in an angular fashion that makes the whole think look like a medieval tapestry come to life.
It was one of my favorite Disney films growing up and one of the first I bought on DVD when I made the transition to discs from VHS way back when. How do I feel about Angelina Jolie and Elle Fanning stepping into the Maleficent and Aurora roles? Fine. I should feel fine about it. But I’m not sure what we’re gaining with having Maleficent be some sort of gaia angel with a vine dragon. Something about that feels off. Something about seeing Angelina Jolie smile in those cheekbones feel off.
But – they’re trying to split a hair here, »
Disney's Maleficent will be storming into theaters this May, and Disney wanted to take you into the world of the movie to let you know that this isn't a cartoon fairy tale anymore.
Telling the story from a very different point of view, Maleficent looks at the story of Sleeping Beauty from the villains side. In the featurette down below, watch as stars Angelina Jolie and Elle Fanning, as well as the creators of the movie, talk about their take on the upcoming film.
And if you can't wait to see Maleficent in theaters, then you'll want to enter the Embrace Your Inner Evil sweepstakes. Disney wants to see your best evil laugh. Contest winners will win a trip to the world premiere of Maleficent where they'll be able to see the stars and check out the movie before audiences can see it nationwide! Check out the Maleficent Page on Facebook for more details. »
- email@example.com (Tara the Mom)
Angelina Jolie provides her insights into her new Disney movie “Maleficent” in a new behind-the-scenes “legacy” featurette released today (Apr. 18). “We all know the story of ‘Sleeping Beauty,’ so we know Maleficent, we know what happened at that christening,” she explains. “But we’ve never known what happened before." Elle Fanning, who plays Aurora also weighs in on the picture. ...Read More »
Rather than delivering a live-action remake of Sleeping Beauty, Disney has taken more of a Wicked approach with Maleficent in focusing its attention on the villain of the story. As screenwriter Linda Woolverton describes the concept in the new featurette, Maleficent is "a reinvention, not just a retelling of the same story." It's a risk, no doubt, as it does involve tinkering with a beloved classic. But from everything we've seen, including some of the thrilling footage revealed in this featurette, that risk may very well pay off. In the latest promotional video, stars Angelina Jolie and Elle Fanning, writer Linda Woolverton and director Robert Stromberg discuss revising the classic story from a new angle. Those familiar with Sleeping Beauty might agree that Maleficent is a pretty underdeveloped villain. In the animated film, she shows up at Aurora's christening, interrupting the fairies as they're bestowing their gifts on the baby. »
Rather than delivering a live-action remake of Sleeping Beauty, Disney has taken more of a Wicked approach with Maleficent in focusing its attention on the villain of the story. As screenwriter Linda Woolverton describes the concept in the new featurette, Maleficent is "a reinvention, not just a re-telling of the same story." It's a risk, no doubt, as it does involve tinkering with a beloved classic. But from everything we've seen, including some of the thrilling footage revealed in this featurette, that risk may very well pay off. In the latest promotional video, stars Angelina Jolie and Elle Fanning, writer Linda Woolverton and director Robert Stromberg discuss revising the classic story from a new angle. Those familiar with Sleeping Beauty might agree that Maleficent is a pretty underdeveloped villain. In the animated film, she shows up at Aurora's christening, interrupting the fairies as they're bestowing their gifts on the baby. »
Everyone knows the story of Sleeping Beauty — but what happened before her story was told? That's the key question at the heart of "Maleficent," the new Disney movie directed by Richard Stromberg and starring Angelina Jolie as the horned, demon-eyed sorceress. In "Maleficent," the legendary villain gets a new lease on life, through a retelling of the classic fairy tale that shows a softer, more sympathetic side of Sleeping Beauty's "nemesis." "It's the classic ...
By Josh Wigler »
Jersey Boys sings tough, James Franco’s mature reaction to a bad review, the fight for credit in the marriage equality movement
One major question that kept recurring yesterday in the news about the lawsuit against Bryan Singer was the timing. It turns out the suit was filed now in Hawaii because the state has temporarily suspended the statute of limitations on sex offenses, giving a window.
The Gill Action Group was planning a conference of major donors at the Beverly Hills Hotel May 1-5, but as the iconic hotel is owned by the Sultan of Brunei, who just announced death by stoning for homosexuality, the conference is being moved, and the group is demanding all deposits back. The hotel is of course a favorite celebrity haunt, and I wonder if more things like this will happen.
Ahead of the World Cup in Brazil, Sergio K is selling shirts that »
- Ed Kennedy
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