Sofia Vergara and Priyanka Chopra Are the Ultimate Gal Pals At L.A. Event

Sofia Vergara and Priyanka Chopra Are the Ultimate Gal Pals At L.A. Event
Sofia Vergara and Priyanka Chopra are flawless.

The Modern Family star and the Quantico beauty looked lovely at the David Webb x Stop Cancer charity event in Beverly Hills, California, on Friday.

Vergara was radiant in a floral strapless maxi dress, which she paired with peep-toed black and gold heels. She kept her straight hair down and sported a red lip.

Meanwhile, Chopra rocked an edgier look, wearing a yellow-and-black gingham Preen By Thornton Bregazzi off-the-shoulder gown and black heels. Both actresses wore David Webb jewelry.

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The ladies appeared to be having a great time, laughing and drinking champagne together with host Elizabeth Chambers.

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That same night, Chopra sent a sweet message to Vergara on Instagram
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Renee Zellweger Brightens Up the Red Carpet in Buttercup Yellow Dress -- See the Style!

Renee Zellweger Brightens Up the Red Carpet in Buttercup Yellow Dress -- See the Style!
For Renee Zellweger, yellow is a color that is always in season!

The 48-year-old actress turned heads in a stunning buttercup yellow Carolina Herrera dress when she hit the red carpet on Thursday night for the Same Kind of Different as Me premiere in Los Angeles, California.

With her hair swept up, Zellweger paired the fetching style with nude snakeskin pumps and a David Webb statement ring.

Photos: Renee Zellweger Looks Radiant on Red Carpet in Minimal Makeup and Simple Black Dress

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Joined by her co-stars -- Greg Kinnear, Djimon Hounsou, and Jon Voight -- Zellweger beamed even brighter as they posed alongside her in dark suits and jackets.

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In the film, Kinear plays an international art dealer who befriends a homeless man (Hounsou) that ultimately helps him mend his marriage to his wife (Zellweger), who claims she had a dream about the man. 

"I'm hoping that [moviegoers will] find
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Reese Witherspoon Hits the Emmys for the First Time in Sassy Short Suit Jacket

Reese Witherspoon Hits the Emmys for the First Time in Sassy Short Suit Jacket
Reese Witherspoon‘s been a red carpet regular and topped the best dressed lists at the Golden Globes, SAGs and Oscars for years, but the 41-year-old actress has never stepped foot on the Emmys red carpet until now.

The star, who’s nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie for her portrayal as Madeline in HBO’s hit miniseries Big Little Lies, debuted on the Emmys red carpet tonight opting for an teal blazer mini dress (with a sheer lace bra peeking out from beneath) instead of a floor-length gown, with matching velvet pointed toe pumps,
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Two Equifax Execs Announce Retirement Just 8 Days After Massive Hack

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Two Equifax executives are retiring only eight days after the credit reporting firm was hacked, leading to the data leak of nearly half of the U.S. population, the company announced on Friday. Chief Information Officer David Webb is retiring and will be replaced by Mark Rohrwasser, who has lead Equifax’s It operations since joining the company in 2016. Chief Security Officer Susan Mauldin is also on her way out. Mauldin is being replaced by Russ Ayres, an Equifax VP of It. Equifax’s hack compromised the data of 143 million Americans, and included critical personal information, including social security numbers,
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See Katy Perry's 10 Amazing Outfit Changes at the VMAs

See Katy Perry's 10 Amazing Outfit Changes at the VMAs
Katy Perry‘s worn some pretty standout outfits to the MTV VMAs since making her debut in 2008, from a head-to-toe denim dress to a diamond grill. But this year, was her first time hosting the music awards show, and Perry mixed things up with a few toned-down, glamorous looks that marked a departure form her wilder past outfits. But one thing remained consistent — each outfit was covered in plenty of sparkle, shimmer and metallic accents.

The “Swish Swish” singer, who also performed with Nicki Minaj on stage at the L.A. show, started the night off looking quite tame compared to her usual style choices.
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John Ostrander: The Bourne Formula

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Spoiler note: Various plot elements of the Bourne movies may be revealed below. The movies have been out for a while so I’m assuming those who want to see them have seen them. Nevertheless, the spoiler flag is flying just in case.

There are a number of movies that, when I come across them on the tube, I’ll stop and watch them. I tell myself that it will be just until a certain scene or bit of dialogue but the fact is I usually wind up watching them through to the final credits. When this happens late at night, I can wind up staying awake for far too long and suffer for it the next day.

The Bourne series of movies fall into this category. They include The Bourne Identity/Supremacy/Ultimatum and Jason Bourne but not The Bourne Legacy which, despite its name, has no Jason Bourne
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Oregon Man Accused of Decapitating His Mom on Mother’s Day and Carrying Her Head into a Store

An Oregon main is accused of decapitating his mother on Sunday and carrying her severed head and a knife with him into a rural grocery store where — covered in blood — he allegedly stabbed a clerk who then detained him with the aid of other store workers, People confirms.

The Clackamas County, Oregon, Sheriff’s Office identified the suspect as 36-year-old Joshua Lee Webb, of Colton, Oregon, and said the victim in the Mother’s Day slaying was his mother, 59-year-old Tina Webb.

“My wife was wonderful,” Tina’s husband, David Webb, told The Oregonian. “I’ve been married to her for almost 41 years.
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Grammys 2017: Our Favorite Looks of the Night

RIHANNANo one does Grammys style like Rihanna. She always leaves jaws on the red carpet, which is why she’s my favorite star ever year. Let’s start with her custom Armani Privé crop top. Covered in tangerine crystals, the halter-style topper was made to showcase the star’s famous tattoo. Teamed with a voluminous tiered black silk organza skirt, waist-grazing waves and David Webb jewelry, the entire look feels like nothing that’s been done before.–Brittany Talarico, Senior Style Editor

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Alicia KeysThere’s nothing I like better than a festive surprise,
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‘Silence’ Producer on the Challenges and Triumphs of Making Martin Scorsese’s Film: ‘It’s Marty Baring His Soul’

‘Silence’ Producer on the Challenges and Triumphs of Making Martin Scorsese’s Film: ‘It’s Marty Baring His Soul’
Silence” is the culmination of Martin Scorsese’s 28-year quest to bring Shusaku Endo’s book to the screen, but the struggles didn’t end once the film got the greenlight. The production was an endless series of challenges, says producer Emma Tillinger Koskoff. “I knew it was going to be difficult, but I didn’t realize how difficult. Every day I was faced with new problems to solve. I lost 25 pounds, and was brought to my knees every day. But the takeaway was that it was the most positive and rewarding film I have ever been a part of.”

The Paramount film shot in 73 days, all in Taiwan. “When you go into a new country and a new culture, your learning curve is very steep,” says Koskoff. There were five languages spoken on the set, with the team including Americans, Japanese, Taiwanese, Chinese, Italians, Australians, British and Irish, among others.
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Review: Jason Bourne

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There is a weight and heaviness to being Jason Bourne, nee David Webb, given that your life is constantly being manipulated and/or endangered. Trust doesn’t come easily and those around him tend to get hurt. Through three films, we’ve thrilled to Matt Damon’s interpretation of Robert Ludlum’s espionage hero in part thanks to the excellent filmmaking from directors Paul Greengrass and Doug Liman.

After skipping an installment that shifted the focus to a new agent played by Jeremy Renner, Greengrass and Damon returned this summer with Jason Bourne. Things have changed since 2007’s The Bourne Ultimatum as skullduggery has increasingly gone digital so the lengths required to keep secrets buried have to go further. The film, out now from Universal Home Entertainment, explores what all that means.

Bourne has been in hiding these last few years, travelling the world as a bare-knuckled boxer, using physical
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Matt Damon Has The Skills Of Liam Neeson & The Brain Of Dory In Honest Trailer For The ‘Bourne’ Trilogy

Matt Damon is back cracking skulls and tracking down heartless bureaucrats this weekend in “Jason Bourne,” playing the title role for the first time in nearly a decade. The movie has a hard act to follow, coming after a pretty perfect trilogy of films that closed the loop on Jason Bourne/David Webb. But before you […]

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Review: 'Jason Bourne' is one trip to the franchise well too many for this spy

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Review: 'Jason Bourne' is one trip to the franchise well too many for this spy
In every movie in the Bourne series (except for Legacy), there comes that moment. You know the one. Some shadowy government scumbag is convinced they’ve got the drop on Bourne, and they’re celebrating their accomplishment only to have the phone ring or the computer screen come on just in time for Bourne to tell them that he’s looking at them through a sniper’s scope or he’s recorded them threatening to kill the President or he’s got naked pictures of them and a goat, and as they realize just how screwed they are, here comes the Moby on the soundtrack and there goes Bourne, back into the shadows until next time. The problem is, the charm has definitely faded, and Jason Bourne proves to be one trip too many to the well, lapsing into accidental self-parody in places. There are scenes I dug and a few set-pieces that work,
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Jason Bourne Review: Matt Damon Packs a Timely Punch

Jason Bourne Review: Matt Damon Packs a Timely Punch
The original Bourne trilogy movies (The Bourne Identity, The Bourne Supremacy and The Bourne Ultimatum) are quite noteworthy for a number of different reasons. First and foremost, it solidified Matt Damon as a bona fide movie star, who could open a big budget film on his own, while showcasing the action movie chops no one knew he had. It's also one of the rare movie trilogies to show big improvement each time out at the domestic box office, with The Bourne Identity earning $121.6 million, followed by The Bourne Supremacy's $176.2 million and The Bourne Ultimatum's $227 million. Despite all of this success, it took nine years for Matt Damon and director Paul Greengrass to finally bring this action icon back to the big screen with Jason Bourne, and, thankfully, it was well worth the wait.

No matter how successful the previous entry was, a lengthy wait between movies doesn't often bode well for some franchises.
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Review: Jason Bourne is Back in Action-Packed Sequel

Over the course of three movies from 2002-2007, Matt Damon explored the essential question of the Bourne franchise: who is Jason Bourne? Ultimatum gave him (and us) the answer: Jason Bourne is David Webb, a former soldier who volunteered to be a part of Treadstone, a secret organization that essentially turned him into a killing machine. With his identity issues finally solved, the story came to an end...or so we thought.

Damon has reunited with director Paul Greengrass to continue the saga with Jason Bourne, which picks up years later and finds Webb — who I'll call "Bourne" from here on out to make things easy — engaging in underground street fights around the world in order to punch his pain away. He's still haunted by what he's done (his greatest hits are helpfully provided in flashbacks for those who haven't rewatched the trilogy in a while), and when his old
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First Reviews For Jason Bourne Say It's "A Bruising And Exhilarating Ride"

"Oh my God... that's Jason Bourne!"  The dynamic duo of Matt Damon and director Paul Greengrass are back in the latest installment in Universal Pictures' blockbuster Bourne franchise - Jason Bourne. The first batch of reviews landed earlier this morning and it looks like David Webb's return may not be quite as spectacular as his exit was in 2007's The Bourne Ultimatum, but despite that, it still sounds like the combination of Damon & Greengrass - two of the best in the world at what they do - makes this fifth entry in the long-running spy series a more than worthwhile watch.  The script seems to have a few issues here and there, and at times sounds like it's equal parts complicated and/or not complicated enough with a strong start and a somewhat weaker finish. Many critics admit that while the film doesn't exactly break new ground and feels very familiar at times,
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Jason Bourne review: “Just amazing summer action brilliance.”

Jason Bourne review: Do Green grass and Damon still have that magic? And can the series survive post-amnesia intrigue?

Jason Bourne review by Luke Ryan Baldock, July 2016.

Jason Bourne review

It’s been 9 years since Paul Greengrass and Matt Damon dabbled in the Jason Bourne franchise. In 2012 we had an attempt at expanding the universe and although it was a serviceable action film it never captured the brilliance of Greengrass’s two sequels to Doug Liman’s fantastic original. Aside from an attempt to continue the franchise without its star, the Bourne films have remained relatively pure. They don’t pedal huge amounts of merchandise, product placement is barely noticeable (especially compared to another Jb), and the film’s have never pandered to fans with needless returning characters, sly winks, or running jokes. It’s quite rare for a successful film series to be so confident, but that’s exactly what Bourne is.
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‘Jason Bourne’ Review: A Useless Sequel Makes the Case For Its Own Irrelevance

‘Jason Bourne’ Review: A Useless Sequel Makes the Case For Its Own Irrelevance
All good things come to an end, and once they do, they’re usually better off left that way. So now we have “Jason Bourne,” a sequel to a franchise that didn’t need continuation. The first three chapters in the “Bourne” franchise were a rarity among modern American action movies: smart, fast and fun, they rarely wasted a frame — and best of all, they ended in peak form, with the relentless “The Bourne Ultimatum” in 2007. But the studio had other ideas, pressing ahead with another tale of a brainwashed government henchman rebelling against his overlords in “The Bourne Legacy” after Matt Damon and director Paul Greengrass had their fill. Now Damon and Greengrass have been coaxed back to resuscitate the series’ appeal, but even they can’t seem to muster more than a shrug.

“Ultimatum” ended about as cleanly as this saga could: Bourne, a CIA assassin who goes rogue,
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Watch: Matt Damon Recaps The Bourne Trilogy in 90 Seconds

I'm going to see a screening of Jason Bourne later tonight, and because of the insanity of Comic-Con over the past few days, I haven't had a chance to rewatch Matt Damon's original Bourne trilogy. It's been a few years since I've seen those films, so I was sort of bummed that I wouldn't be able to go into the new movie with a fresh reminder of exactly what went down in Identity, Supremacy, and Ultimatum.

But here comes Damon, metaphorically crashing through my computer screen to deliver exactly what I'm asking for! He narrates this video, which succinctly recaps the entire trilogy in 90 seconds...which, come to think of it, almost sounds like the kind of task that Bourne (or David Webb) himself would have to do, complete with the ticking clock angle.

If you want to see a slightly less succinct version, check out Burger Fiction's recap
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Matt Damon Recaps Entire Bourne Trilogy In 90 Seconds Ahead Of Imminent Reboot

Operation Treadstone. Blackbriar. David Webb. It’s fair to say that parsing the lore of one Jason Bourne can prove quite difficult, particularly if you haven’t checked in on Matt Damon’s elusive super-spy since Ultimatum in 2007.

Leave it to Damon, then, to get you up to speed on all things Jason Bourne by recapping Universal’s celebrated action franchise in 90 seconds or less. Quietly ignoring the mooted spinoff of Legacy, the series stalwart recounts the events of Identity, Supremacy and Ultimatum. It’s the CliffNotes version, essentially, and though we wouldn’t consider it an out-an-out alternative to marathoning all three movies, it’s a concise info dump for those who have forgotten some pertinent details in the intervening years.

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Votd: Recap the Whole Bourne Movie Franchise in Under Three Minutes Before ‘Jason Bourne’

Votd: Recap the Whole Bourne Movie Franchise in Under Three Minutes Before ‘Jason Bourne’
Next week marks the return of Matt Damon as the forgetful assassin named David Webb, although everyone knows him better as Jason Bourne. Though the actor and director Paul Greengrass appeared to be done with the franchise for good after The Bourne Ultimatum, the lackluster spin-off The Bourne Legacy had Universal clamoring to get them […]

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