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Stars: Robert Downey Jr., Robert Duvall, Vera Farmiga, Billy Bob Thornton, Vincent D’Onofrio, Jeremy Strong, Dax Shepard, Leighton Meester, Ken Howard, Emma Tremblay, Balthazar Getty, David Krumholtz, Grace Zabriskie, Denis O’Hare, Sarah Lancaster, Lonnie Farmer | Written by Nick Schenk, Bill Dubuque | Directed by David Dobkin
Hank Palmer (Robert Downey Jr.) is a big city lawyer, known for being one of the best around. When he returns to his childhood home for his Mother’s funeral, he is soon drawn into a losing battle when his estranged father (Robert Duvall), the town’s judge, is suspected of a murder he doesn’t remember committing. Setting out to discover the truth, Hank begins to reconnect with the family he walked away from years before and the town he thought he had left for good.
- Richard Axtell
The hotly-anticipated Fifty Shades of Grey movie is finally released in cinemas today (February 13) to coincide with Valentine's Day this weekend, and it's got our minds racing about just one thing....
The most ridiculously silly orgasms in movie history, obviously!
Virginal, apple pie-bonking Jim Levenstein can't believe his luck when his history tutoring with sexy Slovakian exchange student Nadia (Shannon Elizabeth) turns into something more. So excited is Jim, however, that he barely contains himself at her touch, only lasting a few more seconds on second go, until he, er, explodes again.
Sadly Stifler (Seann William Scott) had previously coerced Jim to set up a webcam in his room so they can all watch the frisky teenage pair, but he unwittingly »
Exclusive Q&A: It arrived too late to factor in guild and critics awards, but the Clint Eastwood-directed American Sniper has established such a connection with American movie audiences that its dark horse chances of upsetting the Oscar status quo cannot be ignored. It passed Saving Private Ryan to become the highest domestic grossing war movie ever; it even shot past the U.S. gross of Bradley Cooper’s previous biggest hit, The Hangover, and trails only The Passion Of The Christ for biggest-ever R-rated domestic grosser. This, for a hard R film about the wartime exploits and horrors faced by the most dangerous sniper in U.S. military history, and the price paid by Chris Kyle, wife Taya, and his fellow soldiers tasked with door to door searches in Sadr City when it was the most dangerous place in Iraq.
Nominated for Best Actor for his spare portrayal of the Navy Seal sharpshooter, »
- Mike Fleming Jr
Good Morning Oscar fans! Today is nomination day!
Wamg was in the thick of nomination morning fever at the home of the Oscars – the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences.
Prior to the announcement, A.M.P.A.S. and the show’s producing team, Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, gave the press assembled in the Samuel Goldwyn Theatre a first look at the new Oscar promo featuring host Neil Patrick Harris, titled “Anything Can Happen,” and given what went down this morning, that’s certainly the case.
Let’s get right to the big shockers – No Lego Movie for Best Animated Feature or Life Itself in Best Documentary Feature.
Also missing among the presumed nominees were Ava DuVernay (Selma, directing), Clint Eastwood (American Sniper, directing), Jennifer Aniston (Cake, best actress), David Oyelowo (Selma, best actor), Jake Gyllenhaal (Nightcrawler, best actor), Ralph Fiennes (The Grand Budapest Hotel, best actor), Gillian Flynn (Gone Girl, »
- Movie Geeks
Benedict Cumberbatch turned to cricket - and why not? - to express his excitement about receiving a Best Actor Oscar nomination on Thursday. "I am knocked for six by this," The Imitation Game star, nominated for his role as British computer scientist Alan Turing, said in a statement. (The phrase refers to the highest-scoring action in cricket.) "So excited and honored to receive this recognition," he continued. "It's wonderful to be included by the Academy in this exceptional year of performances. To ring my parents who are both actors and tell them that their only son has been nominated for »
- Michelle Tauber, @michelletauber
The band walks into a series of venues, seemingly unnoticed, and sets up their performance equipment behind a curtain on stage. The curtain drops, and we see a shocked bride and groom attempting to process the fact that Maroon 5 Is Playing At Their Wedding!!!
Watch: Maroon 5 Crashes Weddings in 'Sugar' Music Video
The feel-good clip hit the web on Wednesday after a series of teasers on social media from the band, but now fans are wondering whether the couples were truly surprised or simply exercising their best versions of Taylor Swift's now-retired surprise face.
Et asked the band just that.
"Only the grooms knew in each case," a rep for Maroon 5 tells Et. "However they disclosed it to their bride and the wedding party, we're not sure »
Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson, who? There are some new "Wedding Crashers" on the scene! Maroon 5 surprised real brides and grooms by showing up unannounced to a group of real-life wedding receptions in their new music video for "Sugar." The video was directed by David Dobkin, the man who was actually behind the 2005 hit comedy referenced a bove. The band's goal was to hit as many wedding bashes as possible in one day, going unnoticed until a huge curtain was pulled down to reveal them on stage. The couples' reactions move from screaming to pointing to shouting to (finally!) dancing as the rockers perform their catchy new track!"It was an out of body experience. I had no idea I would be affected by the overwhelming reactions we received from the couples and guests," Levine said of the video shoot. "Being able to create an unforgettable experience for several »
- tooFab Staff
For the latest Maroon 5 music video, the guys teamed up with Wedding Crashers director David Dobkin to crash real weddings, surprising couples with performances of their song "Sugar." At the start, Adam Levine explains, "We're gonna drive across La and hit every wedding we possibly can." They filmed the video back in December, and for each stop, the band hid behind a white sheet. There was a big reveal at each wedding, and every couple reacted differently - some immediately hitting the dance floor while others excitedly yelled, "What the f*ck?!" Adam said of the crazy day, "It was an out-of-body experience. I had no idea I would be affected by the overwhelming reactions we received from the couples and guests. Being able to create an unforgettable experience for several people was the highlight of it all." So how, exactly, did they pull it off? A rep for »
The men from Maroon 5 surprise several brides and grooms by performing on their big days in the new music video for "Sugar," which was directed by David Dobkin, the same man who helmed the 2005 hit comedy, Wedding Crashers.
Photos: Celebrity Weddings of 2014
Pass it on. Official single cover for #M5Sugar pic.twitter.com/9Y6CbOlRjb
— Maroon 5 (@maroon5) January 13, 2015
Adam Levine and the band seem to just stroll on into these weddings without being noticed -- that is until a huge curtain is pulled down revealing them on stage. The shock and awe from the wedding parties seems sincere, but did they really not know Maroon 5 would be performing on their special day?
"Cause I need Little love and little sympathy" #M5Sugar pic.twitter.com/NksAGa »
It takes more than a village to make an award-worthy performance--it takes a million tiny moments that together create a film or TV show more magical than its parts. This week, ETonline talks with Golden Globe nominees about all the big and small ways stars have to align for a great idea to make it to the screen.
For his most recent role as the stern Joseph Palmer in The Judge, veteran actor Robert Duvall was honored with the Icon Award at the Palm Springs International Film Festival. Backstage, he spoke to ETonline about his Hollywood legacy -- which spans a half century -- and how his new movie compares to Apocalypse Now, for which he won his first Golden Globe.
News: Who's Generating Huge Buzz This Awards Season?
ETonline: What appealed to you about this part?
Robert Duvall: Initially, I might have done a dumb thing. I turned it down at first. With all of »
10 items from 2015
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