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Eva is handling the unbelievable embarrassment of showing the world she went out without underwear on May 18 with total grace — and humor!
This is how it’s done. Eva Longoria took to Twitter on May 19 to address her embarrassing wardrobe malfunction from the night before at the Cannes Film Festival. And she proved that sometimes, you just have to laugh at yourself.
Eva Longoria Reacts: ‘No Wardrobe Malfunctions Tonight!!!’
“Here’s my dress for tonight,” Eva tweeted to her fans before heading to another Cannes Film Festival event. “No wardrobe malfunctions tonight!!!”
The tweet is a funny wink at her revealing commando struggles from the night before, and it’s proof that Eva is the kind of star who doesn’t take herself too seriously and just takes things in stride. While it wasn’t the greatest idea in the world to hit a red carpet without underwear on, we »
- Andrew Gruttadaro
How embarrassing! Eva became the most recent star to have a commando wardrobe malfunction, as she accidentally lifted her dress just a little too high while on a red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival on May 18.
Poor Eva Longoria – she was just trying to get up some stairs! When the 38-year-old actress walked towards the theater and attempted to keep her gorgeous dress out of the rain on the red carpet for a screening of Jimmy P. Psychotherapy Of A Plains Indian, she accidentally showed the world that she wasn’t wearing any underwear!
Eva Longoria Not Wearing Underwear On The Red Carpet
Eva hit the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival looking absolutely stunning in a semi-sheer mint green gown. The dress, with a high slit in the leg, really accented Eva’s body well and definitely made us do a double-take.
Unfortunately that was all overshadowed »
- Andrew Gruttadaro
At first glance, these Anne Hathaway photos are a total snore. But if you look closely, we've hidden some subtle differences between the two pics for your entertainment. Can you spot 'em?**Hint -- There are Three differences in the Les Miserables photos!** Read more »
- TMZ Staff
Worldview Entertainment has optioned the Marilyn Monroe biopic, Blonde, from writer-director Andrew Dominik (“Killing Them Softly,” “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford”). The screenplay was adapted from the Joyce Carol Oates fictionalized biography of the late starlet. Wild Bunch is handling international sales on the project, while CAA, who arranged financing, will be packaging and representing the domestic rights.
“Andrew is an extremely talented writer and director and we are big fans of his work. ‘Blonde’ is a fantastic project and we are looking forward to seeing it come to life,” said Worldview CEO, Christopher Woodrow.
Dominik is represented by CAA.
Worldview’s 2013 slate includes the upcoming drama, “Song One,” starring Academy Award winner Anne Hathaway; Zach Braff’s drama, “Wish I was Here;” David Gordon Green’s drama, “Manglehorn,” starring Academy Award winner Al Pacino; and two studio co-financing deals: Academy Award nominee Alejandro Gonzalez Innaritu’s comedy, »
- Michelle McCue
Martin Deer on the reaction to the potential change of gender for Superman's pal Jimmy - or rather Jenny - Olsen...
Now that I have your attention, breathe... I like that Jimmy is now a Jenny - if that is even actually the case.
A few months back a rumour was started on a fan site suggesting that Zack Snyder's Man of Steel would feature a pretty substantial change to one of Superman's main supporting characters - Jimmy Olsen would now be a Jenny. In the second trailer for Man of Steel, Lawrence Fishburne's Perry White can be seen running for his life through Metropolis with young actress Rebecca Buller, and now further to that a new publication due to be released as a tie-in to the movie features a set photo of this particular scene and has again pushed opinion in overdrive, as it lists Fishburne and »
- Flickering Myth
In last summer's blockbuster film, The Dark Knight Rises, Anne Hathaway plays Selina Kyle, who attempts to get her hands on a software program that will erase her criminal history from every computer database in the world. At one moment of the film, this character (who would later become Catwoman) tells Batman, "Wayne says you can get me the clean slate.” In the film, the product is referred to as "clean slate" several times, and rather fascinatingly, Warner Bros. got sued over this by a company that actually markets and sells a computer security program called "Clean Slate."
- Eriq Gardner
Christopher Nolan, the man who sucessfully recreated Batman for a new generation, may get his shot at filming his interpretation of Agent 007. Nolan is in talks to possibly direct the next James Bond film.
Ever since Skyfall director Sam Mendes decided not to come back for the planned 24th Bond film, the search for a new director has begun. Recently, Bond franchise producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G .Wilson have spoken to the red-hot Nolan about taking over the 007 franchise for the next James Bond film in the series. After all, who better to follow up the most successful Bond film ever (Skyfall) but the man who made Batman into box-office gold.
Nolan is an admited fan of the James Bond films, and his gritty style of filmmaking would be a good match for the more realistic style of the rebotted Bond franchise, starring Daniel Craig as 007. When discussing Bond last year in an interview, »
- email@example.com (Rob Young)
He made us love Batman even more with "The Dark Knight" series, and he's about to do the same thing with Superman as executive producer of "Man of Steel," and now, Christopher Nolan may put his magic touch to James Bond.
Having Nolan as director of anything is wonderufl! I worship his filmmaking abilities. But let's wait and see if Bond 24 will fall under his guidance. »
In March, Empire reported that Sam Mendes, who directed the 23rd James Bond film, Skyfall, would not return to direct Bond 24. This was bad news because Skyfall was a critical and commercial success. After the lukewarm Quantum of Solace, Mendes had steered the ship back into Casino Royale territory.
How lucky are we, to have had two incredible Bond films within a span of 6 years? It’s a bit of a Bond renaissance if you ask me and it could continue if this next bit of news pans out the way we want it to…
Daily Mail reports that Christopher Nolan has been approached to direct the next James Bond film.
Daily Mail says informal talks have begun between Nolan’s representatives and the producers of the almighty Bond films.
Although this is exciting news, Nolan is currently working on his sci-fi epic, Interstellar. Would this affect his ability to direct Bond 24?
Daily Mail writes, »
- Alex Corey
Please stop joy crying. There are some things to discuss first.
Yes, it's true. Some publication out there (specifically Daily Mail) has reported something to the tune of "Christopher Nolan has had informal talks with Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson about directing 'Bond 24.' "
This isn't isn't coming out of left field. Nolan has filled his recent films, "Inception" and "The Dark Knight Rises" especially, with references to 007, and he has previously expressed interested in eventually directing a film. He told Empire, "It would have to be the right situation and the right time in their cycle of things."
But there are a few problems with this report.
The main problem right now is timing. Nolan is pretty much in full "Interstellar" mode. He has already cast his principles, Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway, and he's got a late 2014 release date on the books. That's a quick turnaround for »
- Kevin P. Sullivan
Anchor Bay has snapped up United States, Australian and New Zealand rights to Christopher Hatton's futuristic tale "Battle Of The Damned" from Compound B. Dolph Lundgren stars in the story of survivors of a test facility meltdown who are hunted by infected hordes and malfunctioning robots.
Magnet Releasing has acquired all North American rights to Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado's Israeli thriller "Big Bad Wolves" from Xyz Films. The story centers on a series of brutal murders that puts the lives of three men on a collision course — the father of the latest victim, a vigilante police detective and the main suspect in the killings.
Breath of the Gods
IFC Films has acquired »
- Garth Franklin
After Sam Mendes ruled himself out of directing a second James Bond film after the phenomenal success of last year's Skyfall, speculation has been rife about who will take on the super spy franchise for its 24th official outing. Christopher Nolan is a name that has been bandied about many times, but The Daily Mail is now claiming that he has been aprrochaed by the film's producers.While the actual source of the news is unclear, the British newspaper seems pretty sure that early talks have commenced between Nolan's people and Bond producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson. Nolan is currently in pre-production on Interstellar, a sci-fi epic exploring gravity fields and wormholes starring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway and Jessica Chastain. That will keep his...
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If there's one thing that is very, very, very clear, it's that “Dark Knight” director Christopher Nolan loves James Bond. Ever since he decided to do massive movies, he has included sequences that could have been lifted directly from one of the dashing adventures of Britain's most suave superspy. Nolan knows how to mimic James Bond set pieces in tone and intensity. There's the Hong Kong sequence from “The Dark Knight,” the whole third act of “Inception” (with the snow fort, which seems to have been a hodgepodge lift of various Bond tropes), and the opening sequence of “The Dark Knight Rises,” which had more jaw-dropping spectacle than all of “Quantum of Solace” combined. Now, Nolan may get his chance to do a 007 entry himself. According to the UK paper the Daily Mail (so please, find the biggest grain of salt you can and take it), “informal talks have begun »
- Drew Taylor
Christopher Nolan's fascination with the James Bond franchise is well documented, but might the acclaimed director finally get his own crack at 007? According to Baz Bamigboye of the Daily Mail, Bond producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson have spoken to Nolan about taking over the franchise for the next James Bond film, the 24th in the series.
The vacancy at the helm of Bond 24 stems from the fact that "Skyfall" director Sam Mendes decided against coming back for that film's follow-up. "Was I willing to go straight back into a room with a writer and start work on the same set of characters and the same scenarios as I've been working on for the last three years? No. The idea made me feel physically ill." Mendes told The Guardian in an interview earlier this year. Despite that, Broccoli and Wilson said they would happily work with Mendes »
- The Huffington Post
Reports are surfacing that the epic Dark Knight and Inception director is in talks with Bond chiefs Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli to tackle where the suave super spy goes next. He’s certainly been a fan choice for some time, not only as the next outing, but previous to Mendes.
Nolan’s a fine British filmmaker and has yet to put a foot wrong on his career ladder. Making a fine debut with Following, impressing with head-twisiting thrillers Memento and Insomnia before dropping jaws with his Batman reboot and their subsequent spectacular sequels. Not forgetting his other starry mind-bender sci-fi thriller, Inception, sandwiched in-between.
- Craig Hunter
Usually the most trusted source for news out of the Bond camp, Baz claims that The Dark Knight trilogy director’s representatives have met with producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson over helming Bond 24, which is currently rudderless.
Pre-production on the next 007 film was actually halted earlier this year when Sam Mendes reluctantly turned down overtures to direct a follow-up to the record breaking and critically acclaimed box office smash Skyfall, citing scheduling conflicts with his theatre commitments.
With Mendes out of the picture, Nolan as a replacement, the hottest director on the planet right now, would certainly appease many but we should stress this is extremely early days and informal talks are far from a firm offer being made. In truth, it could be »
- Matt Holmes
Christopher Nolan has reportedly entered "informal talks" to direct the next instalment in the James Bond series.
"It does no harm for Broccoli and Wilson to talk with Nolan, even if nothing happens this time round," a source told the Daily Mail.
Nolan is thought to be a fan of Bond star Daniel Craig and has previously voiced his admiration for the 007 movies.
Worldview Entertainment is closing in on a four-year, $30 million credit facility with Comerica Bank, and has received a new $40 million equity infusion from its existing investors.
Deal nearly doubles the company’s existing capital base, and gives the “Devil’s Knot” production shingle more financing muscle to compete in an increasingly crowded indie sector.
Comerica, an active lender in the single-picture space, will provide coin that can be used for gap financing and to back up foreign presales and tax credits.
As more sales and production outfits have entered the independent film world in the past two years, it’s become increasingly important for producers to leverage their own capital sources to access the best talent and projects. Worldview’s chief executive officer Christopher Woodrow and chief operating officer Molly Conners typically select projects with budgets up to $50 million.
Worldview is producing Cannes title “Blood Ties,” screening out of competition, »
- Rachel Abrams
Worldview Entertainment has signed on to finance and produce the drama, Song One, starring Academy Award winner Anne Hathaway. Kate Barker-Froyland will direct the film from her own screenplay. Worldview CEO, Christopher Woodrow, and COO, Molly Conners, will produce alongside Marc Platt, Academy Award winner Jonathan Demme, Hathaway and Adam Shulman. Worldview's Maria Cestone, Sarah Johnson Redlich and Hoyt David Morgan will executive produce. Principal photography will begin May 29th in New York City.
Song One is the story of a young woman who strikes up a relationship with her ailing brother's favorite musician. Lotus will handle international sales and introduce the film to foreign buyers this week in Cannes while CAA, who arranged financing, will be representing the domestic rights. Here's what Worldview CEO Christopher Woodrow had to say about Anne Hathaway signing on to star.
"Anne is a brilliant actress and we think she is perfect for this project. »
I enjoyed the first "Rio," and now, lo and behold, we see the new teaser trailer for "Rio 2!" The plot tells the story of Blu (Jesse Eisenberg) and Jewel (Anne Hathaway) as they enter parenthood and must decide on the best way to raise their babies. Kristin Chenoweth and Bruno Mars join the voice cast. Directed by Carlos Saldanha (the first "Rio," "Ice Age), "Rio 2" from 20th Century Fox animation will fly into theaters on April 11, 2014. Here's the teaser for "Rio 2."
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