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Carla has had a hair makeover! Her colorist Kyle White transformed her dark brown color into a fiery red look! We love what Kyle has done and so does her ‘Man Of Steel’ co-star Russell Crowe! He was such a fan of her makeover that he tweeted it to all of his followers!
Carla Gugino, 41, gave herself one bold look! Celeb fave colorist Kyle White, of NYC’s Oscar Blandi Salon, colored Carla’s hair a fiery red shade that makes her look amazing! Kyle, of course, never lets anyone down. Even Russell Crowe, 49, couldn’t keep his eyes away! He tweeted to his followers: “Carla Gugino has flaming, fiery, fantastic red hair at this time starring in A kid like Jake at the Claire Tow Theatre, Lincoln centre.” We love that he took notice of her makeover! Don’t you, HollywoodLifers?
Carla Gugino’s Red Hair — Makeover By Kyle »
- HL Intern
Saul Dibb’s World War II drama Suite FRANÇAISE has added Sam Riley to it’s cast that already includes Michelle Williams, Kristin Scott Thomas and Matthias Schoenaerts. The film is based on the novel by Irène Némirovsky and Riley will be playing Benoît Sabarie, a French solider who escapes from German captivity and returns home to the family farm where Michelle Williams conceals him from the authorities. Williams’ herself has her own worries having fallen in love with a German Officer (played by Matthias Schoenaerts).
Riley broke out playing Ian Curtis in 2007′ Control where he received positive reviews for his portrayal of the troubled Joy Division front man and was last seen in Walter Salles’ On The Road and vampire flick Byzantium. He is currently filming Western Das Finstere Tal and has just finished up on Robert Stromberg’s directorial debut Maleficent; the re-telling of the story of ‘Sleeping Beauty »
- Victoria Bull
Belgian giant Matthias Schoenaerts is perhaps best known to UK audiences for his starring role in Jacques Audiard's hard-hitting melodrama Rust and Bone, where he shared the screen with Academy Award-winning French actress Marion Cotillard. However, before Rust and Bone, Schoenaerts drew acclaim for his central performance in Michaël R. Roskam's European thriller Bullhead. To celebrate the DVD and Blu-ray release of Bullhead, we have Three DVD copies of the film to give away to our loyal readership. This is an exclusive competition for our Facebook and Twitter fans, so if you haven't already, 'Like' us at facebook.com/CineVueUK or follow us @CineVue before answering the question below.
Bullhead is an emotionally-driven tale of revenge, redemption and fate set against the backdrop of the Belgian bovine hormone mafia. Young cattle farmer Jacky Vanmarsenille (Schoenaerts) is approached by an unscrupulous veterinarian to make a shady deal with a notorious beef trader. »
- CineVue UK
What started out as cheap, populist entertainment in comic book form has turned into an endless parade of sexist, semi-fascist bores.
Twenty years ago, after appearing in two phenomenally successful, visually opulent and generally brilliant Batman movies, Michael Keaton decided he didn't want to make any more Caped Crusader films. So he walked away. It was a disastrous move that effectively ended Keaton's career as a leading man, the actor learning the hard way that the only unforgivable crime in Hollywood is to walk away from a phenomenally successful franchise.
The next two Batman films starred Val Kilmer and George Clooney. Batman Forever was not very good and Batman & Robin was terrible. And for the next few years Batman dropped out of the global conversation. This was good because it gave society a breather. The Dark Knight thing was played out: the excitement moviegoers felt when Tim Burton made the »
- Joe Queenan
New York -- "I'm having a great time," Joan Rivers crows before offering a brisk self-appraisal: "Everything is working, my mind is fine.
"The only time I play the age card is on planes when I'm trying to put a bag above the seat: `I am 80 years old! Would someone Please help me?!'"
Actually, she only turned 80 on Saturday, a milestone that has prompted the E! network to stage a Joan Rivers "takeover": Its regular one-hour edition of "Fashion Police" (airing Friday at 10 p.m. Edt) will be a black-tie birthday salute, preceded nightly through Thursday by special half-hours (at 10:30 p.m. Edt) featuring guest appearances by celebrities and even victims of past fashion slams.
This means frequent-flier Rivers would soon be back on a plane for Los Angeles to tape this five-day marathon while she marvels at the success of "Fashion Police," which, since premiering three years ago, »
The celebrity interview is a fraught affair. After actor Rhys Ifans stalks out of his unhappy encounter with a Times journalist, we ask those who interview the stars about their worst experiences
Mick Brown, Daily Telegraph
The film industry is now less caring about [traditional] media exposure. A lot of their PR campaign – and the interview is part of that – is much more driven by Twitter, YouTube, those types of things. So the celebrity interview has fallen down the ranking in importance, and particularly in the British media.
The way they try to control the environment has become more palpable. If they want the PR to sit in, I always try to say there's no need, but the main form of control is time. I was doing a lot of music interviews in the early part of my career, and I would be allowed to go on the road with Elvis Costello and Queen. »
Update: Celebrities are lining up for the royal treatment, voicing characters in The Little Prince. Jeff Bridges (Iron Man, Tron: Legacy) will voice the pilot who crashlands in the desert and discovers a little boy. Other actors who've signed on to undisclosed roles are James Franco (Oz the Great and Powerful), Rachel McAdams (Sherlock Holmes), Mackenzie Foy (The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn), Marion Cotillard (The Dark Knight Rises), Paul Giamatti (Fred Claus, Big Fat Liar) and Benecio del Toro (Guardians of the Galaxy). Cotillard, Bridges, and Del Toro are Oscar winners.
Oct. 14, 2010 - Kung Fu Panda co-director Marc Osborne will direct the stereoscopic animation 3D film The Little Prince based on the classic children's book. Two French producers are behind the film, not a Hollywod studio, and the hire of Osborne indicates their intent to create a worldwide hit of the same caliber of DreamWorks Animation/Pixar. The »
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If you've never heard of "The Little Prince," turn to the hipster near you who has a tattoo of a little blobby watercolor-looking dude with blonde hair standing on an alarmingly small planet. Alternately: Ask a child. They're down with "Le Petit Prince," as it's known in its mother language.
And, in Hollywood's language, it translates to cha-ching.
Now that we've established the key demographics, I suppose we could stand to actually say what it is: A children's book written and illustrated in 1943 by French author Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. The style of its art and the simple, poetic quality of its prose make it a favorite of young and old. Heck, in certain parts of Brooklyn, you can't throw a stick without hitting someone with a tattoo of a hat/boa constrictor digesting an elephant, as illustrated in the book.
Like so many beloved (and, also, reviled) things in Hollywood, »
- Kase Wickman
The folks behind an upcoming animated feature version of the Antoine de Saint-Exupery’s classic children’s novel The Little Prince have lined up an impressive list of stars, including three recent Oscar winners in Jeff Bridges, Marion Cotillard and Benicio Del Toro, The Hollywood Reporter said. James Franco, Rachel McAdams, and Paul Giamatti are on board [...]
Read The Little Prince gets all-star voice cast on Filmonic. »
- Nicholas Martin
James Franco, Rachel McAdams, Jeff Bridges, Marion Cotillard, Benicio Del Toro and Paul Giamatti are all on board as voice actors for an animated feature version of Antoine de Saint-Exupery's 1943 classic novella "The Little Prince." Mark Osborne ("Kung Fu Panda") is set to helm. No word yet on who will be adapting the script. The book centers on a pilot who crash-lands in the Sahara Desert, and encounters a young boy who has fallen to Earth via an asteroid. As the pilot works on his plane, the boy recounts stories from his otherworldy home where he is prince, including descriptions of gigantic baobab trees taking over the planet, and one of the most lovely, melancholy anecdotes of friendship with a fox who wishes to be tamed ("But if you tame me, then we shall need each other. To me, you will be unique in all the world"). Per the Hollywood Reporter, »
- Beth Hanna
If you were ever a child – or if you took French in high school – there’s a good chance that you read, had read to you, or stumbled through in another language Antoine Saint-Exupery’s novella The Little Prince. Now a real who’s-who of Hollywood A-listers have signed on, en masse, for an animated version of the beloved tale.
The Little Prince has just added James Franco, Jeff Bridges, Rachel McAdams, Marion Cotillard, Benecio Del Toro and Paul Giamatti. The stars will lend their voices to director Mark Osborne’s take on the story of a pilot who crashes in the Sahara and meets a young boy claiming to have fallen from an asteroid. As the pilot fixes his plane, the boy tells his story, of his love for a rose growing on his planet’s surface, and his eventual travels to other asteroids. Jeff Bridges will reportedly voice the pilot, »
- Lauren Humphries-Brooks
Kung Fu Panda director Mark Osborne is putting together one of the finest voice actor ensembles in recent memory for his next feature. According to THR, James Franco, Rachel McAdams, Jeff Bridges, Marion Cotillard, Benicio Del Toro and Paul Giamatti have all been assembled for an adapation of Antoine de Saint-Exupery‘s The Little Prince. The film will follow Bridges as “a pilot [...] »
- Jack Cunliffe
James Franco, Rachel McAdams, Jeff Bridges, Marion Cotillard, Benicio Del Toro and Paul Giamatti are set to voice characters in a feature adaptation of Antoine de Saint-Exupery's classic 1943 French novella "The Little Prince" at Onyx Films.
The story centers on a pilot (Bridges) who crash-lands in the Sahara desert and comes across a little boy who says he is a prince fallen to Earth from his home on an asteroid.
As the pilot repairs his plane, the little prince regales him with stories about his home and the foolish inhabitants of nearby asteroids.
Source: Heat Vision »
- Garth Franklin
We’ve a number of casting updates from some exciting, upcoming project currently being prepped in Tinseltown.
First up is news that Alice In Wonderland and Stoker stunner Mia Wasikowska will take the role recently vacated by the loveable Emma Stone in Guillermo del Toro’s mysterious follow-up project to Pacific Rim, the supernatural thriller, Crimson Peak. She’ll appear opposite the already onboard Charlie Hunnam, Benedict Cumberbatch and Jessica Chastain. Filming will begin in February 2014. Expect more monstrous and morbid creations for the visionary director.
Next we have details of two films now attached to Oscar-winning Spanish heartthrob, Javier Bardem. He will appear as the hero in Margin Call director J.C. Chandor’s crime-thriller A Most Violent Year, which is set to shoot in Manhattan in October. He’ll also star opposite Sean Penn in Taken director Pierre Morel’s The Gunman. The actioner centres on an international who »
- Craig Hunter
Sony to make English-language version of French crime film, with Fast & Furious producer Neal Moritz at helm
Studio Sony has bought the rights to Audiard's unorthodox gangster flick, the tale of a young and guileless French-Algerian felon who flourishes after becoming the prison pet of a greasy Corsican gangster. Tahar Rahim and Niels Arestrup took the lead roles in the original film, which won the Grand Prix at Cannes and was France's entry for the foreign-language Oscar as well as the winner of a remarkable nine prizes at the Césars, the nation's top film award ceremony.
The Us version is being put together by producer Neal Moritz, who is best known for the enduringly popular Fast & Furious movies. Moritz has history, good and bad, in the remake game: he oversaw the »
- Ben Child
The film centers on a airplane pilot, who crash-lands in the Shara Desert. He comes across a young boy that claims to be a prince from his home on an asteroid. During his time repairing the downed aircraft, the young boy tells stories about the foolish inhabitants surrounding his asteroid. The project is an adaptation of a novel by French author Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.
Since being released in 1943, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's French novella The Little Prince has become a staple of childhood literature. And today that story took major steps towards getting a big screen adaptation. The Hollywood Reporter has learned that the folks behind an upcoming animated feature version of the book have been keeping busy casting, and have lined up an impressive, long list of stars. The trade reports that James Franco, Rachel McAdams, Jeff Bridges, Marion Cotillard, Benicio Del Toro and Paul Giamatti have all signed up to voice characters in the movie. Mark Osborne, who has plenty of experience lining up A-list celebrities for voice over work having directed 2008's Kung Fu Panda, is attached to helm, though there's no mention of who will be handling the script. For those unfamiliar with the book, the plot centers on a pilot who crashes in the Sahara desert and miraculously comes »
• A handful of American actresses have been rumored to be in consideration for the role of Hillary Rodham Clinton in upcoming biopic Rodham — Scarlett Johansson, Jessica Chastain, Reese Witherspoon, Amanda Seyfried, and Emma Stone, most prominently. But now a front-runner has emerged: British actress Carey Mulligan, who most recently starred as Daisy Buchanan in The Great Gatsby. Mulligan hasn’t officially announced her candidacy for the role of the former first lady, New York senator, and secretary of state, but THR reports that the 28-year-old actress will soon meet with director James Ponsoldt (The Spectacular Now) about the project. Rodham »
- Emily Rome
This won't surprise the millions of people whose lives have been touched by the 1943 children's novel The Little Prince, but (a) there's going to be a computer-animated movie, and (b) it's going to have a ton of famous people voicing the characters. So far we're looking at Marion Cotillard, Jeff Bridges, James Franco, Rachel McAdams, Benicio Del Toro, and Paul Giamatti. In case you weren't keeping track, that's three (3) Oscar winners. »
- Zach Dionne
Despite the dominance of your Pixars, your DreamWorks Animations, your Blue Skies and your Sony Pictures Animations, there are still the indie animation producers managing to find space in the crowded marketplace to bring out smaller, interesting films. Onyx Films, for example, now has an all-star cast lined up for The Little Prince, with Jeff Bridges, James Franco, Rachel McAdams, Marion Cotillard, Benicio del Toro and Paul Giamatti aboard.Original Kung Fu Panda director Mark Osborne is on board to direct the tale, which will adapt Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s 1943 book Le Petit Prince.The plot finds a pilot crashing in the Sahara desert and meeting a young boy who claims to be a prince fallen to Earth from an asteroid. He regales the flyer with tales of other asteroids, narrow-minded adults, a fox, a rose and more.Since its publication, the book has been adapted several times, with Paramount »
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