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Looks like things between Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones are just fine. Despite announcing their separation in August, the Hollywood celebs have maintained a very close relationship through the months, and E! News has learned that the twosome enjoyed a very nice evening together in New York City last week. An eyewitness tells us that Douglas and Czj dined at Nyy Steak in Manhattan together last Tuesday for a private business meeting and didn't shy away from showing off a little Pda by holding hands. "Michael introduced Catherine to his guests as his wife," an onlooker tells E! News. "They were very sweet and very kind to the staff and they were definitely having a good time »
The couple was seen holding hands as they arrived for a dinner meeting with a business associate Tuesday. They took a break to work on their marriage, this August, and now have been taking steps towards reconciling, reports people.com.
The 69-year-old introduced the 44-year-old Zeta-Jones as his wife. They both were smiling and seemed very happy, said a source.
The couple sipped wine and had a seafood platter, dry-aged steaks, including the restaurant's signature steak bacon, in a private vault room.
- Meeta Kabra
Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones certainly looked like a happily married couple when they were spotted dining together earlier this week at Nyy Steak in Manhattan. The pair - who took a break to work on and evaluate their marriage in August, but have been taking steps toward reconciling - were seen holding hands as they arrived for a dinner meeting with a business associate on Tuesday. Douglas, 69, introduced Zeta-Jones, 44, as his wife, a source tells People, and he was overheard chatting about his upcoming movie projects and said that he was excited about his future. "He seemed in really good spirits, »
- K.C. Blumm
Quite a bit of time has gone by since we last talked about the Zorro reboot. The last time we saw the character portrayed was back in 2005 with Antonio Banderas in the lead. A little Legend Of Zorro anyone? Those were pretty okay flicks. Banderas was the hot thing along with co-star Catherine Zeta Jones, also hot. It worked nicely. Oddly, my memories of the character go back to when Guy Williams wore the mask. That was way before I was born, but when nothing else was on TV at my »
- Niki Stephens
London — U.K. production facilities group Pinewood Shepperton has inked a consultancy pact with the Dalian Wanda Group to advise on the design and construction of a film and television studio complex in China.
Opening in 2016, the film studio will form part of the Rmb 30 billion ($4.9 billion) Qingdao Oriental Movie Metropolis, located west of Qingdao, Shandong, China. The film studio will cover a 200 hectare area and comprise sound stages, workshops, a post-production area and themed backlots. Once completed, it will be one of China’s largest film and TV studio facilities.
The launch of the project last year was attended by Hollywood stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Nicole Kidman, Catherine Zeta-Jones and John Travolta, among others, as well as senior U.S. execs, including Weinstein Co. chairman Harvey Weinstein, and Lionsgate motion picture bosses Rob Friedman and Patrick Wachsberger.
Wang Jianlin, Wanda chairman, said: “Qingdao Oriental Movie Metropolis will be the most »
- Leo Barraclough
Moviefone's Top DVD of the Week
"12 Years a Slave"
What's It About? Based on the memoir by Solomon Northup, "12 Years a Slave" stars Chiwetel Ejiofor as a free man who was kidnapped from his home in New York and sold into slavery. Northup ends up on a plantation run by the cruel Edwin Epps (Michael Fassbender) and his equally awful wife (Sarah Paulson), who take special delight in tormenting another young slave named Patsey (Lupita Nyong'o).
Why We're In: The movie took him Best Picture Sunday night -- see director Steve McQueen quite literally jump for joy here -- for good reason. Nyong'o took home the Best Supporting Actress award for her wrenching performance, and John Ridley won for his adapted screenplay.
Moviefone's Top Blu-ray of the Week
- Jenni Miller
Every year after the Oscars, Jimmy Kimmel puts on his own star-studded show, usually poking fun of Hollywood and its movies. This year, he enlisted the help of some of some popular actors to turn YouTube videos into big budget films, including: * "David After Dentist" and "Double Rainbow," starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Samuel L. Jackson, and Seth Rogen. * "Charlie Bit My Finger," starring Tom Hanks, Meryl Streep, Chris Hemsworth and Liam Hemsworth. * "Keyboard Cat," "Hamster on a Piano" and "Dramatic Chipmunk," starring Kevin Spacey, Christoph Waltz, Gary Oldman, Ben Kingsley, Abbie Cornish and Mandy Patinkin. * "Sweet Brown - Ain't Nobody Got Time For That" starring Queen Latifah, Barkhad Abdi, Adam Driver and Matt Damon. Watch everything below. "David After Dentist" and "Double Rainbow": Charlie Bit My Finger: "Keyboard Cat,""Hamster on a Piano" and "Dramatic Chipmunk": Sweet Brown - Ain't Nobody Got Time For That": »
Talk about getting a Hollywood makeover! Jimmy Kimmel didn't disappoint on Sunday's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" post-Oscar show. With the help from a few of his A-list friends, Kimmel transformed some of our favorite viral videos into big screen blockbusters! From Chris and Liam Hemsowrth's adaptation of "Charlie Bit Me" in "Bitman Begins" directed by Christopher Nolan to "David After Dentist" re-worked into Baz Luhrmann's "David After Dentist Double Rainbow Oh My God!" starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Seth Rogen, Samuel L. Jackson and Catherine Zeta Jones, Kimmel's parodies were amazing!Check out some of our favorites below! Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks, Chris and Liam in "Bitman Begins": Queen Latifah and Barkhad Abdi in "Sweet Brown: Ain't Nobody Got Time For That." Kevin Spacey, Gary Oldman and Christoph Waltz in "Ameowdeus." Baz's "David After Dentist Double Rainbow Oh My God!" starring Jgl, Rogen, Jackson and Catherine. And once again, Jimmy found »
- tooFab Staff
Jimmy Kimmel always pulls out all the stops on his post Oscar-show, but this year he’s gone truly above and beyond. Is there any doubt that he is the King Of Late Night?
Our plan is to escort the movie business into the 21st century, so we enlisted the help of some of the greatest talents in the world of film to help us adapt popular YouTube videos into big-budget Hollywood movies.
Jimmy Kimmel enlisted several Hollywood stars and Oscar nominees to star in film trailer versions of YouTube classics last night (March 2).
Viral videos including Charlie Bit My Finger, Keyboard Cat and Double Rainbow were transformed into epic promos of future fictional dramas.
Kimmel's enemy Matt Damon also stars "in his most important deleted scene yet", before the real Sweet Brown interrupts him.
Jimmy Kimmel certainly had something special planned for his post-Academy Awards episode of "Jimmy Kimmel Live." Right at the top of the show, Kimmel said adapting books was a thing of the past and it was time to move on to YouTube videos. That leads to four different trailers, each of which were amazing, based on popular clips from the video-sharing site.
First, Martin Scorsese presents "Bitman Begins," which is a Christopher Nolan-esque take on the "Charlie Bit My Finer" video, starring Chris Hemsworth and Liam Hemsworth as brothers at war. Rounding out the cast was Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks, but the real star of the clip was the rooftop showdown between the brothers. Liam just likes to bite too much.
Jimmy Kimmel gave us not one but four post-Oscars skits this year, and this might be the best one. Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays the kid from "David After Dentist," that classic YouTube video with 123 million views. Kimmel doesn't just stop at a car scene, though, Catherine Zeta-Jones appears as the Tooth Fairy, Samuel L. Jackson is an evil dentist singing The Eels' "Novocaine For the Soul," and Seth Rogen plays the "Double Rainbow" dude. It's almost too good to be true. Here are the originals: Now, take a look at Kimmel's other skits: "Bitman Begins," "Sweet Brown: Ain't Nobody Got Time For That," and "Ameowdeus." »
- Maggie Pehanick
Diana Douglas told the Sun that the couple is together as they are both gentle people and not hysterical, and she knew they would work it out.
The 91-year-old added that Douglas and the 'Side Effects' star have always been very affectionate and easy with each other.
The 'Basic Instinct' star and Jones, who announced their split in August 2013, were recently spotted holidaying together in Quebec and the Bahamas with their children. (Ani) »
- Smith Cox
Diana says the two are now firmly back together and over their marriage woes, reports contactmusic.com.
"They are together. I knew they would work it out. They're both gentle people, not hysterical. They're always very affectionate and easy with each other. I figured the more everybody stayed out of it the better," she said.
The couple had separated last year in August after being together for 14 years.
- Rahul Kapoor
Oscar Night remains special for Jimmy Kimmel, though he's had no shortage of milestones lately.
Having just marked the 2000th episode of ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" after his first reveal of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit-issue cover, the late-night host made headlines with his latest prank, convincing many people that a wolf was roaming through athletes' quarters at the 2014 Winter Olympics. He also announced, on Oscar host Ellen DeGeneres' talk show, that he and wife Molly McNearney are expecting their first child together.
Still, Kimmel admits a particular excitement goes with his annual show that follows the Academy Awards. Sunday's (March 2) edition of "Jimmy Kimmel Live: After the Oscars" has "House of Cards" star -- and two-time Oscar winner -- Kevin Spacey as a guest, plus a slew of "appearances" including DeGeneres and other past winners such as Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks, Morgan Freeman, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Ben KIngsley, Anjelica Huston, »
Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones divorce update 2014 - One family member says there will be no split and claims Michael and Catherine's marriage woes are over. The 69-year-old actors' mother Diana Douglas has opened up about her son's brief separation from his wife Catherine Zeta-Jones and says the pair are now firmly back together and over their marriage woes. She said: ''They are together. I knew they would work it out. They're both gentle people, not hysterical. They're always very affectionate and easy with each other. I figured the more everybody stayed out of it the better.'' 'Red 2' actress Catherine's admission that she suffers from bipolar disorder - which has led to her spending time in rehab fighting depression - was said to be one of the reasons for the couple's brief separation, and Diana admits that she thinks her son must have found it difficult to support his wife. »
It's baaaack! The 9th Annual "Jimmy Kimmel Live: After the Oscars" Special is set to air on Sunday night, and Us Weekly has the exclusive details. Every year, Kimmel, 46, creates a hilarious "movie" trailer with his A-list pals following the Oscars, and this time is no exception. As attested by exclusive photos, Us can confirm that Meryl Streep, Abbie Cornish, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Ben Kingsley, and Mandy Patinkin will all make cameos during the clip following the 86th Academy Awards. In one photo, Streep looks stern as [...] »
In case you haven’t noticed, I’m whipped into a cackling fugue state about the Oscars. I’m in love with the damn Oscars. In fact, I’m suspicious of people who don’t love the Oscars. And here we are with my favorite Oscar countdown to date: the 10 most fabulous Best Supporting Actress-winning performances. Keep in mind this isn’t the same thing as the 10 best Best Supporting Actress performances. I wrote that list years ago and declared Sandy Dennis, Patty Duke, Cloris Leachman, Meryl Streep, and Kim Hunter the supreme supporting ladies. My feelings have not changed. But it’s time to honor the fabulous performances, the supporting actresses who bring whizzbang, panache, sexual superiority, and fun to an occasionally dour category. Here are the 10 most fab winners of my favorite Oscar.
10. Anjelica Huston, Prizzi’s Honor
Is Prizzi’s Honor essential viewing? No. But Anjelica Huston’s thick, »
- Louis Virtel
On Sunday night, Hollywood will tip its hat to itself once again, this time as the finest in film are feted. But underneath that giant hat is a lot of hair that needs to be let down. And down it will come on the 9th annual Jimmy Kimmel Live: After the Oscars special, which will feature oodles of celebrities poking fun at themselves/the entertainment industry in some grandly orchestrated comedy bit. Past specials have featured such star-stuffed segments as the Hottie Body Hump Club, the Handsome Men’s Club, Movie: The Movie and its sequel, Movie: The Movie: 2V. »
- Dan Snierson
Other famous faces joining this year's show include: Chris and Liam Hemsworth, Christoph Waltz, Ben Kingsley, Mandy Patinkin, Abbie Cornish, Barkhad Abdi, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Seth Rogen, Andy Garcia, Adam Driver, Queen Latifah, Gary Oldman and Anjelica Huston.
The special programme will also see the debut of new comedy videos following the success of last year's Movie: The Movie Twovie trailer.
The show will air live on ABC after the 86th Academy Awards and the late local news.
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