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This Sunday, moms across the world'll be celebrating their own momness (or is it momitude?) in varying degrees and fashions. Some will receive flowers; others will demand that those whiny, slothy teenage miscreants do their own ruddy laundry for crying out loud ... or something like that.
Mom, mum, mother, madre ... whatever you call her, she went through the uber painstaking process of giving life to your ungrateful hiney, so candy and card companies society saw fit to throw our matriarchs a bone and dedicate a day to the gal. To pitch in with some on-point cinematic snark, Film.com's put together this lol-arious and totally not safe for work mash-up of the many movie moments when the word mother gets met with our very favorite expletive (hint: it starts with an "f" and rhymes with tucker).
Not surprisingly, like half of them come from this guy ...
... Yeah, Samuel L. Jackson. »
- Amanda Bell
After making his feature film debut with the low-budget super-powers hit Chronicle, director Josh Trank is now turning his attention to Marvel's First Family for 20th Century Fox's The Fantastic Four. According to The Wrap, the reboot could see Trank reuniting with Chronicle star Michael B. Jordan, who has apparently met with the studio several times about taking on the role of Johnny Storm, a.k.a. the Human Torch.
First breaking on to the scene via the small screen in The Wire and Friday Night Lights, Jordan has enjoyed a number of feature film roles lately, including Red Tails, Chronicle and the upcoming indie drama Fruitvale Station. He is also due to lend his voice to the DC Comics superhero Cyborg in Warner Bros.' upcoming animated movie Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox.
The news that Jordan is a strong candidate for the role of Johnny Storm in The Fantastic Four »
- Flickering Myth
We’ve all waited for that scene with anticipation. That moment when our intrepid hero is trapped over a pool of acid/sharks/your favorite modus operandi of death, and the villain strolls in. Suave, debonair, and entirely confident that he (or she), will win the day. He then details exactly how he shall bring the world to its knees, and bow before his superior might and intellect!
That’s not happening so much anymore, is it?
After seeing how The Mandarin is portrayed in Iron Man 3, I’ve noticed a distinct trend going on in our favorite films. We no longer see our favorite masterminds striving for the gold standard of “I will be the master of all I survey”. Instead, we seem to be transforming comic’s greatest (and not so much) villains from dictators to terrorists. Not so much conquer all, more “let’s see the »
- Jack Holder
Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four reboot is slated to hit theatres in 2015, so casting is likely going to fall into place very soon. The latest actor rumoured to be up for a role in the film is Chronicle star Michael B. Jordan, who may play Johnny Storm.
Considering Trank was able to land this gig largely based on his success with Chronicle, it makes sense that he’d want to work with some of those actors again. Dane DeHaan is busy hanging around with Peter Parker right now, so Jordan is a logical choice.
I actually think that Jordan would be a really solid fit for the role. Chris Evans wasn’t horrible, but his move to playing Captain America was definitely a good call, both for Evans’ career and for the character. Jordan, whose career began with roles on Friday Night Lights and The Wire, has been doing quite well with features recently. »
- Alexander Lowe
Michael Bay has a certain reputation. He makes big movies about digital robots and robotlike humans; he flips cars and explodes cars, and sometimes he flips a car and explodes it in mid-air. You might think Bay doesn’t really care about his actors — that he’s too busy focusing on the special effects to care about the talking meatbags who occasionally drive the cars that explode. Nothing could be further from the truth. If anything, Bay might care a little too much about his actors. While filming his first movie, Bad Boys, Bay gave stars Will Smith and Martin Lawrence »
- Darren Franich
Jessie Rusu (“96 Minutes”) and Artist International are producing. Shooting is expected to start in the summer in Los Angeles
“Fast Life,” penned by Jacobs, is centered around an ad exec who falls in with an unsavory fast money crowd, only to be drawn to its antithesis when introduced to an unimpressed young woman, portrayed by Barton.
Barton, best known for the “O.C.,” has starred recently in supernatural thrillers “Into the Dark,” which was shopped at Cannes last year, and “A Resurrection,” opposite the late Michael Clarke Duncan in one of his final roles. »
- Dave McNary
When Jimmy told Dennis he felt like he’s seeing him everywhere lately -- in North Korea, on TV -- Rodman pointed out, “Well not with Carmen Electra ... The other guy. She needs the money.” And Jimmy laughed uncomfortably.
Of course, Rodman and Electra had a strange relationship in the late ‘90s, getting married in Vegas, the filing for an annulment, then reconciling and ... divorcing. We didn't know Dennis wasn't over it.
So, yeah. Maybe Dennis should watch what he says. Fellow Celebrity Apprentice »
- Alex Moaba
Judy Duncan, sister to the late actor Michael Clarke Duncan, tells TMZ that she has hired a lawyer to look into her brother's will. Specifically, Judy wants to know whether Michael's fiancee, Omarosa Manigault, unduly influenced him into changing his will and leaving nearly everything to her.
The actor's sister says Michael's will was revised in April 2012, when Omarosa was made the primary beneficiary. Judy believes he was not of sound mind when he made the revisions -- he had been slurring his words and stumbling since as early as December 2011.
Judy also says that during Duncan's time on life support in the summer of 2012, Omarosa was very concerned with Duncan's money. Judy further maintains that Omarosa has sold some of Duncan's personal effects without the family's knowledge.
Omarosa denies any wrongdoing, telling TMZ, "I don't control the estate or the finances and Judy knows it. If you saw all »
Michael Clarke Duncan's family want to contest his will. The 'Green Mile' actor died of natural causes in hospital in September, two months after suffering a heart attack, and his family are reportedly unhappy he changed his will just months before he died, in order to leave the majority of his assets to his fiancee, Omarosa Manigault. According to TMZ, Judy Duncan, Michael's sister has 'hired a lawyer to investigate the circumstances surrounding the change to the actor's will in April 2012, making Omarosa the main beneficiary'. She also claimed Omarosa was fixated on Michael's money when he was on life support and has sold a number of his belongings without asking the family for permission. »
Michael Clarke Duncan's family has questions about Omarosa Manigault ... specifically, whether the late actor's fiancee unduly influenced him into re-writing his will months before he died and leaving almost everything to her.Judy Duncan, Michael's sister, tells TMZ she's hired a lawyer to investigate the circumstances surrounding the change to the actor's will in April 2012, making Omarosa the main beneficiary. Judy believes McD was not of sound mind when he made the changes ... because »
- TMZ Staff
Recently, I had the esteemed opportunity to chat with writer-director Matt Orlando, who has successfully shepherded his first feature film to the big screen. That would be A Resurrection, which follows a troubled teen, his psychologist, and the tangled web his school becomes embroiled in. The suspense-horror film stars Mischa Barton, J. Michael Trautmann, Devon Sawa, and was Michael Clarke Duncan’s final film. You can find our review for the film here, and can find it on VOD and in limited theatrical release now.
The following interview delves into how a first time director lucked into such a great cast, his feelings on Michael Clarke Duncan, his intentions making the film, its journey to fruition, and his upcoming horror projects (Surfing + horror).
FM: What were your inspirations growing up that made you want to be a filmmaker, and what in particular brought you to horror?
Orlando: I don’t know, »
- Andy Greene
Reality TV star Omarosa met Oscar-nominated actor Michael Clarke Duncan in a Los Angeles Whole Foods when he recognized her as the controversial contender on "The Apprentice." Omarosa gave Duncan her phone number and the two began dating. After getting engaged three years later, the couple planned to have a January 2013 wedding -- but everything changed when Duncan passed away unexpectedly in September 2012.
In this preview from "Oprah: Where Are They Now?", Omarosa -- who currently appears on TV's "The Celebrity Apprentice" -- remembers the chilling details of the night that changed her life. "[Michael] went to bed a little earlier than me. At some point later that evening, I could hear him laboring, trying to breathe," Omarosa says in the clip. "And then I didn't hear anything."
When she realized Duncan wasn't breathing, Omarosa jumped into action. "I started doing CPR and trying to get 911 on the [phone]," she recalls.
- Lisa Capretto
Donald Trump gave Omarosa Manigault the pink slip on Sunday night's (March 31) "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice." Much to the chagrin of her fellow contestants, as well as viewers at home, Trump has been nauseatingly loyal to the reality show villainess who made her mark on "The Apprentice" Season 1.
La Toya Jackson even got herself fired based on thinking Trump wouldn't pull the plug on Omarosa's drama. Meanwhile, Jackson's accusation that Manigault herself pulled the plug on her dying fiance, "The Green Mile" star Michael Clarke Duncan, got La Toya into legal trouble with Omarosa.
This week, after a 3-D art deal gone bad, Omarosa's team -- led by rapper Lil John -- is on the firing line. Omarosa runs her mouth, as usual, ruffling the feathers of her teammates even more than when she fake cried over Duncan's 911 call in the boardroom earlier in the season. (Hey, even The »
Celebrity Apprentice's recently fired player Omarosa Manigault opens up about the tragic loss of her fiancé, actor Michael Clarke Duncan and the difficulty of mourning while in the spotlight, on The Jeff Probst Show, Friday, March 29 (check local listings in your area). In the interview with host Jeff Probst and special guest host Yvette Nicole Brown (NBC's "Community"), Omarosa also talks about her difficult childhood and becoming a reality TV favorite, including the new season of NBC's "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice," noting that she is the only person to compete on the show three times. She also minces no words when asked about her public feud with fellow "Apprentice" contestant Piers Morgan. "He's obsessed, it's kinda creepy. You've gotta »
- April Neale
Once upon a time, you couldn't open a tabloid or log onto a celebrity news website without seeing pictures of "The O.C." star Mischa Barton everywhere. Due to the success of the show, Barton became the girl everyone wanted to talk about, from where she went for coffee, to what she did with friends.
It's no longer 2005, though, and Barton has been out of the spotlight for some time. She doesn't miss it, though. In an interview with the Daily Beast, the actress reveals, "I'm so relieved it's not how it was." "I've evolved a lot," she says, "I'm a lot older now. Not a lot older, but time's passed. I think in your 20s, all your years are quite formative. I'm sure I'm quite different."
These days, Barton doesn't even employ a publicist, and she's been able to keep her personal life to herself, while the world found new celebrities to latch onto. »
Photos: Stars We Lost In 2013
"The laughter, he was always joking and smiling and playing," she told Kit when asked what she misses most.
Omarosa has kept the home she shared ...
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- email@example.com (AccessHollywood.com Editorial Staff)
The most shocking boardroom decision ever made on Celebrity Apprentice may result in a lawsuit. After La Toya Jackson was fired on the show's March 17 episode, she cracked during her complimentary cab ride away from Donald Trump's lair that ex-teammate Omarosa had probably "pulled the plug" on fiancé Michael Clarke Duncan. (The actor died in September, two months after suffering a major heart attack.) And that's not sitting well with the woman who's said to be the nastiest reality-tv villain of all time. "She said really nasty things about Michael. She said 'he had a heart attack and I know that she caused it. He was on life support and she went and pulled the »
Omarosa Manigault, the villainess who manufactured the downfall of both Bret Michaels and La Toya Jackson on "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice" is adding insult to injury by suing Jackson after getting her booted from Donald Trump's board room. Omarosa visited Howard Stern's radio show to set the record straight about comments made by "sick and demented" La Toya about Manigault and her late fiance, "The Green Mile" star Michael Clarke Duncan.
When La Toya was fired on "Celebrity Apprentice," she had some choice words to say about Omarosa, voicing her opinion that the reality star who viewers love to hate "pulled the plug" on her own fiance as he died. Manigault says she is filing suit against Jackson immediately over her harsh words.
When Stern questions whether such remarks are legally actionable, Omarosa has the answer, as she seems to have done her homework. "It is only actionable if »
Two weeks ago, the hot-headed ladies got into an argument on Donald Trump's NBC reality show in which Jackson alleged that Omarosa "probably pulled the plug" on her late fiance Michael Clarke Duncan. Now, Omarosa told "The Howard Stern Show" that she would be suing Jackson.
"I'm going to [sue her]," Omarosa said, before rehashing Jackson's cruel comments.
Stern was dubious about the lawsuit's merit. "I don't think it's actionable," he told her.
"It is only actionable if she repeats it. It's called a reckless disregard for the truth. So she said it back in October when she first taped the show. She's repeated it subsequently on all of these talk shows," Omarosa said, before clarifying that she would be suing for emotional distress. Omarosa went on to say that Jackson's attorney wrote her a letter blaming the comments on the show's producers. »
- Alex Moaba
Omarosa has a ton of enemies, despite the tragedy she suffered when she lost her fiance, Michael Clarke Duncan, last year. Sympathy has all but dried up. Ask Latoya Jackson. Now Claudia Jordan flings it at 'Apprentice' Co-Star Omarosa, plus Brandy Norwood dished about her recent engagement and Maid Of Honor - both on "The Wendy Williams Show." Claudia Jordan and Omarosa used to be friends in real life, but had a falling out after Michael Clarke Duncan.s funeral. Claudia tells Wendy her side of the story and reveals why she didn.t take Omarosa into the boardroom with her on .All-Star Celebrity Apprentice.. Brandy.s Getting Married!Tuesday March 26th, 2013 I Do. Brandy got engaged this past Christmas and tells »
- April Neale
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