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Lifetime has partnered with NeueHouse Madison Square Women’s Forum on a screening and panel series that will showcase the network’s upcoming movies from “Flint” to “I Am Elizabeth Smart.” Dubbed the “Luminaries” screening series, the goal is to showcase a slate of films that celebrate women and their impact on today’s world.
“Women are powerful storytellers and the female perspective needs to be amplified,” said Jamie Singer, CEO Ussie and head of the NeueHouse Madison Square Women’s Forum. “Lifetime has brought together some of the most inspiring women in Hollywood to share their stories. I am honored that we get to support them with NeueHouse as well as learn from them privately through this partnership.”
The screening series will debut on Oct. 23 with “Flint” starring Queen Latifah, Jill Scott, Betsy Brandt and Marin Ireland, followed by “I Am Elizabeth Smart” with Skeet Ulrich, Deirdre Lovejoy and Alana Boden on Nov. 13. Other films in »
- Rebecca Rubin
At Mipcom in Cannes, Harvey Weinstein is the elephant in every room.
Industry attendees walking through the Carlton bar or the Majestic restaurant can hear his name, once whispered in hushed terms out of either reverence or fear, as the topic of every table following the avalanche of accusations of decades of sexual assault and harassment of actresses.
The Weinstein scandal also dominated talk at the Women in Global Entertainment lunch Monday, where Catherine Zeta-Jones said she was “shocked and disgusted” over the revelations, while both panelists and guests at the tables discussed the fallout.
“It is something that »
- Rhonda Richford
The star said Tuesday at Mipcom that the story of the Miami drug lord was not a typical “Catherine Zeta-Jones role, whatever that is.” It is the story of a woman who is not a traditional mother or wife. Zeta-Jones also found nothing personally similar in the character of the infamous drug lord, which was a challenge.
“Griselda spans so many emotions and so many layers, but she has no redeemable »
- Rhonda Richford
Catherine Zeta-Jones hit the Croisette today to talk up her Lifetime original movie, Cocaine Godmother. The film is directed by Guillermo Navarro and is based on the life of Miami drug lord Griselda Blanco (Zeta-Jones), one of the original "Cocaine Cowboys" who pioneered the drug trade between Colombia and the U.S. in the 70s and 80s. The goal for Zeta-Jones was “not to homogenize her or find a sympathetic quality, because I don't think she had one. I applaud Lifetime… »
With the Harvey Weinstein scandal swirling, sexual harassment in the film industry was the main topic of discussion at Mipcom’s annual Women in Global Entertainment luncheon, moderated by The Hollywood Reporter's Marisa Guthrie.
Catherine Zeta-Jones, who won her best supporting actress Oscar for Chicago under Weinstein’s Miramax banner, said she is “shocked and disgusted” by the revelations.
But rather than recount stories, panelists including New Pictures co-founder Willow Grylls, Pypo director of content Farah Abushwesha and Fleur Pellerin, France’s former minister of culture and current president of CanneSeries, focused on finding solutions.
Abushwesha said her company is specifically seeking »
- Rhonda Richford
16 October 2017 6:39 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
Catherine Zeta-Jones said she is “shocked and disgusted” by the sexual harassment and assault allegations against Harvey Weinstein, saying she is “profoundly proud” of the women who have come forward.
Zeta-Jones — who won her best supporting actress Oscar for Chicago, which was produced by Weinstein’s Miramax in 2002 — said she had not been among the many actresses allegedly harassed by Weinstein or throughout her years in Hollywood. “No — and I’m blessed because it happens to so many women all the time.”
Speaking at Mipcom’s Women in Global Entertainment lunch, she also called Weinstein's alleged behavior the “ultimate »
- Rhonda Richford
Catherine Zeta-Jones' good looks are nothing to have reservations about. Here's a 27-year-old version of the "Chicago" star at a movie premiere back in 1996 (left) and 21 years later ... the now 48-year-old mother of two -- and the 'Legend of Zorro' babe backstage at Nyfw last month (right). Fency. The question is ... Read more »
- TMZ Staff
Bruce Willis may have just discovered the secret to parenting.
When friend and Elle Décor guest writer M. Night Shyamalan asked the actor where he likes to spend a quiet moment at the Bedford Hills, New York, house he shares with wife Emma Heming Willis and their two daughters, Mabel, 5, and Evelyn, 3, he reveals: “My office works. I’ve made it so boring in there that the kids want nothing to do with it.”
Sneaky decorating tricks aside, Bruce, 62, and Emma, 39, have made their home life family focussed, choosing to raise the girls in a quiet — albeit star-studded (Martha Stewart »
- Megan Stein
Olivia de Havilland is on the verge of a big trial in her lawsuit against FX over the way she was depicted in the Ryan Murphy series Feud: Bette and Joan. On Friday, a judge said during a hearing that the network won't be allowed to strike her complaint on First Amendment grounds.
The 101-year-old actress claims she has built a reputation for integrity and dignity, and that Feud non-consensually featured her as a character played by Catherine Zeta-Jones in the series about Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. Claiming violation of her privacy and publicity rights, de Havilland objected to the »
- Eriq Gardner ,Ashley Cullins
An opulent, dramatic tale set against the backdrop of the swirling desert during the time of the Roman Empire, it’s easy to see why Hollywood has been obsessed with “Cleopatra.” Joseph L. Mankiewicz nearly bankrupted 20th Century Fox making his 1963 movie starring Elizabeth Taylor, but that hasn’t dampened modern ambitions. At one time, Steven Soderbergh was trying to launch a musical version of the story starring Catherine Zeta-Jones but didn’t really get anywhere.
- Kevin Jagernauth
The pumpkin craze just got more intense. While you're adding the seasonal fruit to your lattes, pies and home decor, you may want to add it to your skin-care routine as well. Today, in honor the Catherine Zeta-Jones' 48th birthday, the star revealed her effective, luxurious beauty routine to W Magazine. One of her "makeup miracles": Rhonda Allison's Pumpkin E Serum. Before applying makeup, the star applies the pumpkin-based formula to her skin, and we understand why. The fruit contains powerful superfoods, antioxidants and enzymes that are proven to improve the skin's texture and appearance. The enzymes promote cell turnover, Of course, a pumpkin-infused serum »
Along with eating well, exercising regularly (tap dancing is one of her go-to methods) and avoiding alcohol, Zeta-Jones relies on a strict beauty regimen in order to maintain her look. One of the most important? “Don’t forget to check your whole body for new and different shape freckles, not just your face, but the bits you don’t look at every day,” the star tells W of the best advice from her dermatologist.
- Jillian Ruffo
Time is on Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones' side. Had they not crossed paths 21 years ago, the two actors—who share a Sept. 25 birthday—might not have become the Hollywood power couple they are today. And though they've had their ups and downs, it's obvious the Oscar winners both take their martial vows very seriously. But how did the unlikely couple get together in the first place? "We met in 1996 at the Deauville Film Festival...I think it was 1996!" Zeta-Jones recalled to CNN's Larry King in a 2001 television interview. "I had been told Michael Douglas wanted to meet me. I was a little nervous because I didn't quite know what he wanted to meet me »
Catherine Zeta-Jones is ready to share inside her private life.
“Nobody knows my world in there,” the actress, 47, tells People at a preview for her new home line with QVC. “It’s time for me to open up the door in a way and get it out there.”
The Casa Zeta-Jones collection has been “a baby that’s been growing for a long, long time,” and is now primed to launch September 28. Including bedding, décor, bath accessories, throw blankets and more, the Oscar-winner’s passion project reflects how meaningful her own home is to her.
“My four walls have been where the best times, »
- Megan Stein
When Catherine Zeta-Jones told her husband she wanted to design a home collection for consumers, Michael Douglas didn't bat an eye. Instead, the Hollywood actor responded with a vote of confidence that is truly priceless. "My husband is really happy that I've opened the doors to Casa Zeta-Jones," Catherine shared with E! News. "Because he said, 'Okay, now you can do everybody else's home and leave ours alone for two seconds before you change it up again or buy another one to decorate.'" The actress' collection—set to debut on QVC next Thursday at 10 a.m. Est and 10 p.m. Est—isn't just one item that anyone could make. Instead, it's a whole »
Hand in Hand: A Benefit for Hurricane Relief has announced that more than $55,000,000 was raised from the one-hour telethon special, which aired on Tuesday, September 12. The much needed funds will go to aid people affected by both Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
Comic Relief USA, the organization behind Red Nose Day and Idol Gives Back, will manage and distribute all grants made from the Hand in Hand Hurricane Relief Fund at Comic Relief USA to the Hand in Hand charitable partners which include: the Rebuild Texas Fund, Habitat For Humanity, Save the Children, Feeding Florida, Feeding Texas, Direct Relief, Aspca, Best Friends Animal Society, United Way of Greater Houston, United Way Irma Recovery Fund and the Mayor’s Fund for Hurricane Harvey Relief (administered through the Greater Houston Community Foundation).
Additional charitable partners may be announced as the impacts from Hurricane Irma are further evaluated.
Stars who took part included Anthony Anderson, »
Catherine Zeta-Jones will add some star power to Mipcom’s annual Women in Global Entertainment power lunch this year.
The Oscar winner will headline the panel, held each year at the Majestic Hotel in partnership with The Hollywood Reporter.
The lunch and networking event is set to address the changing landscape of TV in this "golden age of television."
Zeta-Jones will be in Cannes to promote her new A+E Networks show Cocaine Godmother, the real-life story of notorious "Black Widow" »
- Rhonda Richford
Olivia de Havilland admits that she called her sister, actress Joan Fontaine, a “dragon lady.” But in court filings submitted on Friday, she swears up and down that she never — and would never — call her a bitch.
The distinction is one of the key issues in the 101-year-old actress’s lawsuit against FX Networks, which is set for a dismissal hearing on Sept. 29. De Havilland claims that she was depicted falsely in the FX series “Feud,” which chronicles the rivalry between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford.
In the series, Catherine Zeta-Jones depicts de Havilland giving an interview in which she gossips about the actresses’ personal lives. The interview itself is a work of fiction, but FX’s lawyers contend it contains the “sting” of truth, and does therefore not defame de Havilland. FX is seeking to strike the lawsuit, contending that the First Amendment protects the network’s right to produce a docudrama on matters of public »
- Gene Maddaus
Catherine Zeta-Jones and her 14-year-old daughter, Carys, made a stylish duo when they attended the Michael Kors runway show during New York Fashion Week on Wednesday evening. Upon their arrival, the ladies met up with the designer himself and posed for pictures with Naomi Watts and Nicole Kidman. Aside from her looking so grown-up, we also couldn't help but notice just how much Carys resembles her mom. Between their sweet smiles and their similar facial features, if we didn't know any better, we'd guess these two were sisters. Unfortunately, Catherine's husband, Michael Douglas, and their 17-year-old son, Dylan, weren't in attendance, but the brood often shares cute family photos on Instagram. RelatedRelive Nearly 20 Years of Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas's Love in the Spotlight »
- Monica Sisavat
The gorgeous models stole the spotlight at Marc Jacobs' Spring 2018 show, rocking two retro-inspired, colorful ensembles.
Hadid hit the runway first, rocking an oversized navy blue jacket with matching shorts, powder-blue dress shirt and, most strikingly, a vibrant orange head wrap that matched her orange clutch and flats.
Photo: Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images for Marc Jacobs
Kendall Jenner also stunned in a very sheer long-sleeve yellow top with a black and white stripe across the front, which she paired with black-and-yellow spotted pants and a yellow satchel.
Photo: Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images
Kaia wrapped up her big Nyfw week by closing out the Marc Jacobs show in a canary yellow dress that was adorned with a giant yellow flower embellishment, which she paired with elbow-length black gloves and a matching »
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