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<< Continued from "Weekend Forecast"Opening at 2,936 theaters, The Best of Me is the ninth Nicholas Sparks adaptation to hit the big screen. Sparks adaptations have been fairly consistent*the last four movies opened between $16 million and $30.5 million. However, the highest-grossing entry remains 2004's The Notebook, which ended its run with just north of $81 million.The Best of Me seems to fit nicely in to the Sparks playbook. It's a romance (of course), and posters feature essentially the same image (two lovers touching faces) as virtually every other Sparks movie poster.There's reason to believe that The Best of Me may fall a bit short of the standard Sparks range, though. James Marsden and Michelle Monaghan are respected actors, but don't necessarily fit in to the genre as naturally as Josh Duhamel and Julianne Hough (of last year's Safe Haven). Also, the movie's split timeline has been hard to pin down »
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Josh Duhamel wore the mullet of outfits while biking around the Battle Creek set in La on Wednesday, rocking business on the top and a party on the bottom. The actor sported a shirt and tie with basketball shorts and sneakers, which makes for a convenient, hilarious biking ensemble. Josh is no stranger to interesting outfits, though - he stripped down and wore pink underwear on The Ellen DeGeneres Show last week, and over the Summer, Josh dressed as a pink bunny to raise awareness for a children's charity. See more pictures from the actor's on-set ride and then feast your eyes on 45 ridiculously hot pictures of Josh Duhamel! »
Every year, one event rocks New York to its very core in a way that is so profound and so special that it grows in audience attendance every fall when it rolls along. That event, of course, is the hugely popular New York Comic Con and thousands of faithful pop culture fans and cosplayers flock to the Big Apple to partake in the annual celebration. It is an event that draws in crowds from all over the world and features many individuals and companies showing off their latest products in the hopes that those who come to the convention will purchase whatever they’re selling. But Nycc isn’t just about pushing merchandise and entertainment, it is about togetherness and every October, geeks come to New York and they conquer.
If you are unfamiliar with Nycc, then it’s pretty simple. It is a comic book, movie, TV, video game »
- Randall Unger
Playing a fortysomething patrician woman afflicted with Als, Hilary Swank gives a sensitive, nuanced illustration of the disease’s horrible physical toll in George C. Wolfe’s “You're Not You.” Unfortunately, the film calls on her to play a disease more often than a character, and this well-intentioned weepie never quite rises far enough above its movie-of-the week architecture to hit all its intended emotional pressure points. There are still some genuinely affecting individual scenes and keen observations to be found, however, and Swank’s performance alongside Emmy Rossum should help draw moderate yet appreciative attention to the film on VOD.
While the film’s last two acts begin to deepen its characters in generally satisfying ways, “You’re Not You” throws down its initial gauntlet with an off-putting lack of subtlety. An ominous prologue introduces upper-crust Houston couple Kate (Swank) and Evan (Josh Duhamel) as they host a cocktail party in their impressive, »
- Andrew Barker
Intense music drama Whiplash, already a big winner at Sundance and the Deauville American Film Festival earlier this year, should drum up plenty of audience interest in its debut this weekend, even though it faces a crowded specialty market that also features several other notable newcomers, including the Bill Murray comedy St. Vincent, Hilary Swank‘s You’re Not You and Jeremy Renner‘s Kill the Messenger. All are what I’d call “big” specialty releases, with big names attached that should attract big attention.
The weekend also includes what I’d call some “small” releases, including documentaries The Overnighters (another Sundance winner) and I Am Ali, about the former heavyweight boxing champion, alongside the Mormon Church-backed Meet the Mormons. All will be clawing for attention in a market that’s seen more than 30 films debut in the past three weeks.
That said, Whiplash should be a real career turner »
- Brian Brooks
We spent a good deal of the summer dumping ice on our heads to help support the fight against Als and come October 10th, we’ll get to see what the $115 million raised is aiming to cure in George C. Wolfe’s You’re Not You. Hilary Swank leads as Kate, a poised and successful classical pianist who’s suddenly stricken with Als. After a lifetime of perfection and independence, Kate has no choice, but to rely on a caregiver, Emmy Rossum’s Bec. With You’re Not You making its way towards an October 10th theatrical and VOD debut, we’ve got the opportunity to share a brand new featurette for the film. Watching Kate’s flawless existence unravel is especially devastating, but the relationship with Bec that results is as charming and heartwarming as they come. Hit the jump to check it out for yourself in our exclusive You’re Not You featurette. »
- Perri Nemiroff
There are plenty of celebrities who love to dress up for Halloween, but none do duos costumes quite as well as Fergie and Josh Duhamel. It's true, they don't have as many years in disguise under their belt as Heidi Klum, but every time they've gotten in the Halloween spirit, they've nailed it. Scroll through to see Fergie and Josh's best spooky holiday looks and also see how Fergie handled Halloween without Josh by her side. »
You-Hoo: Wolfe’s Als Drama Tries To Balance Sentiment With Schmaltz
Hilary Swank seems attracted to playing daunted heroines, continually up against considerable odds—the homophobic rednecks of Boys Don’t Cry, the white trash family unit of Million Dollar Baby, Gary Marshall’s ineptness in New Year’s Eve, and recently the misogyny of the Old West in The Homesman. Her latest drama, You’re Not You, finds the actress experiencing the deteriorating effects of Als (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, a neurodegenerative disorder. Though winning two Oscars, Swank isn’t always the herald of great cinema, more often than not making questionable choices for someone of her caliber and talent. Flanked by co-stars like Emmy Rossum and Josh Duhamel, a director whose last film was Nights in Rodanthe (2008), and co-written by Shana Feste, the director of sugary sap like The Greatest (2009) and Country Strong »
- Nicholas Bell
Gwyneth says she's happy that Martha sees her as competition - Us Weekly Miles Teller talks about his Fantastic Four haters - Huffington Post Khloé Kardashian shows off her sexy curves in Los Angeles - Et Beyoncé and Jay Z show Blue Ivy the Louvre - Lainey Gossip Taylor Swift loves the single life - People Matt Bomer's American Horror Story role will be disturbing - Hollywood Reporter See how Josh Duhamel reacted to his son flipping off the camera - TooFab Steve Carell shares a hilarious pants-ripping story - Rotten Tomatoes Ryan Phillippe is proud of his relationship with Reese Witherspoon - Wonderwall Daniel Radcliffe looks different from his Harry Potter days - Moviepilot »
Hilary Swank has teamed with Fox for a two-hour dog-themed special that will air Thanksgiving night. The two-time Oscar winner and animal advocate will host and executive-produce The Great American Dog-a-Thon, a family-friendly special celebrating rescue dogs and giving viewers at home a chance to adopt or foster them. The special will include musical tributes, viral videos and even an awards segment. (Yes, Cutest Puppy is a category.) “I have long been an advocate for animal adoption and know first-hand the immense joy a shelter animal brings to our lives," Swank said. "Yet, every year more than four million animals »
- Natalie Abrams
Tony Award–winning director George C. Wolfe’s only cinematic effort prior to You’re Not You was the Nicholas Sparks adaptation Nights in Rodanthe. It’s therefore unsurprising his latest film opens with a Sparksian shot of happily married Kate (Hilary Swank) and Evan (Josh Duhamel) making love in the shower. It also sets the tone for the movie’s subsequent derivative nature.
Kate, a successful designer -- I think; she has fabric swatches in her office -- and former classical pianist, is stricken with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Als) in the first minutes. Fast-forward 18 months, and she’s barely ambulatory, requiring assistance bathing, eating, and just about everything else. Enter Bec (Emmy Rossum), a twentysomething wannabe ro »
Bill Murray says George and Amal are "ideal for each other" - Us Weekly Kanye West does a very good deed - HuffPost Celebrity Jennifer Lopez lands a new small-screen gig - Lainey Gossip Not so great news for Drake - Dlisted Josh Duhamel rocks pink underwear and gets in a dunk tank - JustJared Aziz Ansari has the best definition of feminism - BuzzFeed Nick Cannon got his "Mariah" tattoo removed - Pink Is the New Blog Did Jessica Lange snub Lea Michele? - The Superficial Bella Thorne matches her hair color to her dress - Hollywood Tuna »
Cutest celebrity baby ever?
In an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show airing today, Duhamel spilled on his adorable son's "defiant" personality, which includes giving the paparazzi the finger.
Photos: Adorable Tots -- Stars Share Pics of Their Cute Kids
The Transformers star, 41, shared this hilarious photo of Axl dressed in a blue and white sailor outfit, explaining, "He just turned one! He's like, 'I love the paparazzi!'"
Duhamel also revealed that prior to giving birth to Axl, his wife Fergie had actually never held a baby before.
... Yes, you read that right.
"I had two younger sisters, so I had a lot of practice growing up," he said about changing diapers. "She had never held a baby before having our little guy. ... I don't think she had really ever held a baby, especially a baby brand-new, before we had »
One of these babies is Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher.
One of these babies is Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher!
When Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis revealed the name of their daughter on the actor's website, they also included the photos of six newborns with the challenge, "Can you guess which one is ours, or does it really matter? All babies are cute."
Photos: You Named Your Kid What?! Bizarre Baby Names
Well, of course it matters! We have been counting down the days (and all the prenatal yoga sessions) to the birth of the ultimate That '70s Show baby!
So, let’s have a look at all the adorable babies.
News: Is Mila Kunis Planning a Secret Wedding?
Given that Mila gave birth at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles and, as has been pointed out, that hospital provides a unique swaddle and cap, we've narrowed it down. So, will the real (possible) Wyatt please stand up?
All together now: Awwwwww »
Fergalicious will have a new album out in 2015.
The Duchess is back and she's reppin' that SoCal love.
Fergie released an new solo single "L.A.Love (La La)" on Monday – and that chorus is already stuck in our heads. The 39-year-old raps and sings on the track, which blurs the line between smooth slow jam and pop party anthem.
R u ready 4 this? #Lalove http://t.co/7olL1IVBZc pic.twitter.com/9QwQtsNUzM
Fergie's last solo album, The Duchess, hit shelves back in 2006 and debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200. The album went on to sell more than 6 million copies and almost 30 million tracks worldwide, spawning the hit singles "London Bridge," "Glamorous," "Big Girls Don't Cry," "Fergalicious »
Where The Road Runs Out, (directed by Rudolf Buitendach and headlined by Isaach De Bankole, Stelio Savante and Juliet Landau) is now a two time festival winner at San Diego's 2014 film festival. The film was shot in Durban, Rotterdam and became the first feature to ever shoot in Equatorial Guinea. Where The Road Runs Out won Best Feature and was also the winner of the San Diego Union Tribune Ut Award in a lineup that included You're Not You (Josh Duhamel, Emmy Rossum and Hilary Swank), The Imitation Game (Benedict Cumberbatch, Keira Knightley), and Wild (Reese Witherspoon, Laura Dern). Hosted by Variety, the film's opening night included »
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Fergie, the Black Eyed Pea married to actor Josh Duhamel, released her first solo single in six years on Monday. “R u ready 4 this?” she asked her fans in a midnight tweet with a link to the new song (above) on iTunes. See video: Hilary Duff Dreams of Bikinis and Beach Days in ‘Chasing the Sun’ Music Video Although it's called “L.A. Love,” she only dedicates a small portion of the song to the Los Angeles area before singing and rapping about visiting a number of foreign countries. The song is the first her fans have heard from her — without the Black. »
- Greg Gilman
Fergie's little one isn't so little anymore!The "Glamorous" singer took to Instagram on Wednesday to share a new photo of her adorable 13-month-old son, Axl. In the pic, Josh Duhamel's mini-me is sporting a personalized baseball cap, sweats and a Wu-Tang T-shirt. "Had to post this... Axl giving some east coast love. #wutangforever," the proud mama captioned the cute candid. Fergie recently revealed that the tiny tot had taken his first steps. "I was shocked! He climbed up the stairs and he climbed back down," she told Us Weekly. "I was helping him back down and he got up the stairs and he [stretched out his arms] and came to me!" Unfortunately, Fergie's other half missed the milestone. "He was at work. I felt so bad!" she explained. "But you know, we're both working parents so each of us are going to get different gifts."We can't get enough of this kid! »
- tooFab Staff
A lot of celebrities showed off their sillier sides this week, which were all captured on camera. Josh Duhamel topped the list with his chopstick fangs, and Shay Mitchell came in close with her joke about the new iPhone 6. Khloé Kardashian was not afraid to show off her mud mask, which had us wishing for one. Elsewhere, the cast of Once Upon a Time celebrated its season four premiere, and Jennifer Morrison was spotted partying with costars and friends. Pop sensations Ariana Grande and Selena Gomez also shared some selfies for the week. Keep reading to see the rest of this week's cutest celebrity candids, and be sure to follow Popsugar on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter! Source: Instagram »
No words! Fergie and Josh Duhamel's son Axl, nearly 13 months, stole the Internet's hearts in an adorable Instagram posted by his famous mom on Wednesday, Sept. 24. "Had to post this... Axl giving some east coast love. #wutangforever," Fergie rightfully captioned the snap. In the picture, Duhamel's mini-me is walking wearing a personalized baseball cap, sweats, and a Wu-Tang T-shirt. Just last month, Fergie revealed to Us Weekly that Axl had recently taken his first steps. "I was shocked! He climbed up the stairs and he climbed [...] »
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