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According to Entertainment Weekly, Stephen Chbosky will write the adaptation of the 1991 animated classic.
The news comes after it was confirmed that Twilight's Bill Condon would bring the live-action movie to the big screen as director.
The next live-action project planned by the studio is Cinderella, which will focus on the tale's famous lost slipper.
The traditional Beauty and the Beast fairytale was »
Angelina Jolie's husband Brad Pitt has given troubled actor Shia Labeouf som eprops, Brad described Shia as one of the ''best'' actors he has worked with. The 50-year-old hunk was delighted to work with the 'Transformers' star on 'Fury' because he thinks the 28-year-old actor is hugely talented. Brad gushed: ''Oh, I love this boy. He's one of the best actors I've ever seen. He's full-on commitment, man. He's living it like no one else, let me tell you,'' the actor raves. ''I've been fortunate to work with a lot of great actors. He's one of the best I've seen.'' The 'Fury' cast got fully immersed in the movie and Brad - who plays a tank commander in the World War II drama - admits that lead to a row between himself. Shia and Scott Eastwood. He told Britain's GQ magazine: ''We were driving down the road, »
George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin's wedding weekend had its share of A-list guests. From John Krasinski and Cindy Crawford, to Bono and Anna Wintour, several recognizable faces made the trip to Venice, Italy to witness the couple say "I Do." But despite a star-studded affair, two of Clooney's closest friends were nowhere to be found. Where in the world were Brad Pitt and Ben Affleck? Turns out they had to work! According to a source, Pitt and wife, Angelina Jolie, were participating in international movie shoots that required long hours in order to keep production costs down. As a result, missing three days for the festivities wasn't possible. "Both of them have »
Disney is taking its live-action Beauty and the Beast into full Ya territory.
Two sources confirm to EW that the author/screenwriter/director of indie teen bible Perks of Being a Wallflower Stephen Chbosky will step aboard to script a new draft of Beauty, adapted from its 1991 animated form to an updated live-action version. The news follows the June announcement that Bill Condon, who most recently directed Twilight’s final two chapters, would helm the new version that will include music from the iconic animated feature as well as Disney’s long-running Broadway musical. The original draft was written by Evan Spiliotopoulos (Hercules, »
- Nicole Sperling
In a new interview with GQ, Brad said marriage isn't "just a title."
"There's more to it than that," he told the mag.
Photos: Hot Shots Of Brad Pitt
His family life and six children have caused him to pause before signing on for roles now.
"I'm actually very snobbish about directors. I have to say no all the time. 'No' is the most powerful word in our business. You've got to protect yourself," ...
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Brad Pitt and George Clooney are both married men now, but Pitt opened up recently about how the pals are different from each other. "George is extremely accessible. He's one of our best representatives. He's funny as s---. He's a joy to be around. I guess maybe I'm more of a miserable bastard," the actor jokes to British GQ in its November issue. "I'm a bit of a loner you know? I'm more quiet by nature. And coming from, you know, hillbilly country, I'm probably more reserved," says Pitt, who grew up in Springfield, Missouri. And although he and wife »
- Sheila Cosgrove Baylis, @sheilabot
Now that summer movie season is over, it’s Oscar season. During winter and fall many Oscar-hopeful movies are released. This is our overview of what you can expect leading up to the 2015 Oscars.
For fans of film, fall and winter are the best times of the year. This is when, typically, some of the most well-received films are released. Unofficially, we call it Oscar Season, and there’s good reason that the year’s best films are saved for last. Any film released before the end of the year is eligible for Oscar nomination. Therefore, if you release your film towards the end of the year, it will be fresher in audience and critic minds when awards time rolls around in early March/late February (February 22nd, 2015 to be exact).
In preparation for the fall and winter movie season, we’ve put together this preview of films that have been getting lots of attention. »
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The New York Film Festival has added David Fincher's "Gone Girl" to the equation and will do the same for Paul Thomas Anderson's "Inherent Vice" in due time, but let me skip ahead a bit. The "Interstellar" onslaught, you see, has begun. New posters, interviews, a new trailer, TV spots during Sunday Night Football, more imagery, a reported (massive) running time, etc. Nolan's film is finished and has been shown here and there over the last week or so and, well, on a movie like this, it's hard to contain the trickle of buzz (even if everyone is probably signing NDAs). And the buzz is mostly great. However, when I hear certain things about the film — like how it finds a sweet spot between the emotion of Steven Spielberg and the intellect of Stanley Kubrick — I have to wonder if Nolan actually has the former in him. He »
- Kristopher Tapley
Brad Pitt graces the cover of British GQ's November issue, and in his interview with the magazine, the newlywed actor opened up about marrying Angelina Jolie, his friendship with George Clooney, and what he thinks of Shia Labeouf. Since tying the knot in late August, Brad and Angelina have been in Malta with their children, splitting their time between work and family outings, including a yacht trip with their kids. For Brad's thoughts on everything from social media to possible TV roles, take a look at his must-read quotes from the cover story, and then check out the full interview when the issue hits newsstands on Thursday. On marrying Angelina: "I wouldn't say marriage is just a title. There's more to it than that." On his reaction to George Clooney calling him "unreachable": "Well, you know, George is extremely accessible. He's one of our best representatives. He's funny as sh*t. »
If you don’t know the name Jack O’Connell yet, don’t worry, because you’re about to. The 24-year old London thesp made quite an impression this year in the ferocious prison drama “Starred Up,” even managing to upstage formidable character actor Ben Mendelsohn in a number of scenes. You’ll also be able to catch him in Angelina Jolie’s upcoming World War II drama “Unbroken,” which gives the young “Skins” star the meaty part of Louis Zamperini, the American soldier who survived a plane crash by clinging to a life raft for 47 days, only to be captured and imprisoned by the Japanese military. The film has been slated for a December 25th release, boding well for O’Connell’s shot at Oscar glory, and now it appears the young Brit has got another enticing proposition on the horizon. A new, exciting, dialogue-free clip from the upcoming thriller “’71” has landed online today, »
- Nicholas Laskin
By Anjelica Oswald
More often than not, best picture winners at the Academy Awards tend to fall into the same genre category: biopic, period piece or drama. “Genre films” have managed to break through and secure nominations for various other categories, such as acting, but they have a more difficult time landing a spot on the best picture nomination list. Since the 83rd Academy Awards, films such as Toy Story 3 (2010), an animated film; Django Unchained (2012), a western; and Gravity (2013), a thriller, all managed to secure best picture nominations, but none became best picture winners. Examining the films that currently stand as frontrunners or major threats in the Oscar race shows a normal pattern emerging, with a few films that may offer up some surprises.
As per usual, biographical films have been dominating the festival circuit, and many of them have been garnering Oscar buzz. Among the top contenders are The Imitation Game, »
- Anjelica Oswald
Just like their late-August wedding, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's post-"I do" focus is on the family. Since their private French nuptials, the Jolie-Pitt clan has been in Malta balancing a honeymoon, family vacation and work. The newlyweds and their six kids (Shiloh, Vivienne, Zahara, Maddox, Pax and Knox) have been spotted dining and shopping throughout the island of Gozo, where they're staying. Last week, the Jolie-Pitts stopped by Jack's Bar and Grill and Bowling. "They had fun with the kids," an onlooker tells People. "They laughed and they played around. They looked relaxed like every other family »
- Jeff Nelson, @nelson_jeff
By Scott Feinberg
The Hollywood Reporter
’71, a drama about a harrowing chapter of The Troubles of Northern Ireland that marks the feature directorial debut of the Algerian-French filmmaker Yann Demange, completed the fall film fest trifecta on Saturday night when it screened at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall as part of the ongoing 52nd New York Film Festival. The film, which had its world premiere back in February at the Berlin Film Festival, previously screened at Telluride and Toronto, and at its New York showing it was greeted by a long, partially-standing ovation.
Much of the interest in ’71 centers around Demange’s casting of Jack O’Connell, who will also play the lead role in Angelina Jolie‘s highly-anticipated Oscar hopeful Unbroken. In the former, the 24-year-old plays the main role of Gary Hook, a young British soldier who becomes separated from his unit during a riot on the »
- Anjelica Oswald
Brad Pitt opens up about marriage to Angelina Jolie: “I wouldn’t say [it's] just a title.” [Us Magazine] Will Kate Middleton model in Britney Spears‘ lingerie line? We think not. [Elle] Derek Jeter played the last game of his baseball career while former Yankee Bernie Williams played “Take Me Out To The Ballgame” on acoustic guitar during the seventh inning stretch. [NJ.com] J.J. Abrams will adapt Stephen King‘s JFK book for Hulu. [Young Hollywood] The Simpsons kill off a series regular in the season 26 premiere. [Hollywood Life] Chelsea Clinton gave birth to a baby girl over the weekend making Hillary and Bill proud grandparents. [NBC]
.@BillClinton and I are over the moon to be grandparents! One of the happiest moments of our life. pic. »
- Taylor Ferber
Brad Pitt is still basking in marital bliss! The actor opens about marrying Angelina Jolie for the first time in the November issue of British UK. "I wouldn't say [marriage is] just a title," he tells the mag. "There's more to it than that."The 50-year-old hunk doesn't say much more about his bride, however, he does talk more about his pal (and fellow newlywed) George Clooney."George is extremely accessible. He’s one of our best representatives. He’s funny as sh*t," he admits. "He’s a joy to be around. I guess maybe I’m more of a miserable bastard. [laughs]. I’m a bit of a loner you know? I’m more quiet by nature. And coming from, you know, hillbilly country, I’m probably more reserved."But is Pitt happy? "I've always believed happiness is overrated, you know? It's those difficult times that inform the next wonderful time, »
- tooFab Staff
Brad Pitt is not the same person he was 20 years ago. Has being married to Angelina Jolie changed the actor's views regarding commitment? "I wouldn't say [marriage is] just a title," the star says three months after his wedding. "There's more to it than that." And yet, the newlywed doesn't say much more about his bride in excerpts from British GQ's November 2014 issue. Pitt does, however, recall his on-set argument with Fury co-star Shia Labeouf in great detail. "We were driving down the road, I'm in the turret, Shia is at the other turret, and [Scott Eastwood] is on the back, spitting juice. And I'm starting to get pissed off, I'm starting to get hot, »
The A-list actor finally exchanged vows with Angelina Jolie on their Chateau Miraval property in France on August 23, but despite being together since 2005 and having six kids, Pitt says the "I dos" still change things. "I wouldn't say [marriage is] just a title," the 50-year-old Fury star tells the men's magazine. "There’s more to it than that."
Photos: 2014 Celebrity Weddings
Adding of his views on happiness, "I've always believed happiness is overrated, you know? It’s those difficult times that inform the next wonderful time, and it’s a series of trade-offs, of events, of wins and losses."
Just this weekend, Clooney, 53, married lawyer Amal Alamuddin, 36, in Venice »
Brad Pitt has opened up about his marriage to wife Angelina Jolie — and revealed their wedding was about more than just becoming Mr. and Mrs. Pitt. The handsome 50-year-old actor married his long-time partner Jolie on Saturday, Aug. 23 in a completely private ceremony at their home in the South of France. And in next month's British GQ Magazine, the dad-of-six speaks about what his big day meant to him. "I wouldn't say [marriage is] just a title,” Pitt said of he and his wife's decision to [...] »
Brad Pitt is not the same person he was 20 years ago.
Has being married to Angelina Jolie changed the actor's views regarding commitment? "I wouldn't say [marriage is] just a title," the star says three months after his wedding. "There's more to it than that."
And yet, the newlywed doesn't say much more about his bride in excerpts from British GQ's November 2014 issue. Pitt does, however, recall his on-set argument with Fury co-stars Shia Labeouf and Scott Eastwood in great detail.
"We were driving down the road, I'm in the turret, Shia is at the other turret, and Scott is on the back, spitting juice. And I'm starting to get pissed off, I'm starting to get hot, because this is our home, he's disrespecting our home, you know? So I said, in the scene with the cameras rolling, 'You're going to clean that s--t up.' Shia clocks it, and you have to understand, »
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