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Get ready for inflatable penises and people in teddy bear suits all over Hyannis Port (again?) ... because Robert F. Kennedy Jr. says Miley Cyrus is welcome at the Kennedy Compound.Since Miley started dating Patrick Schwarzenegger, we've wondered how Miley and her antics would fit in with the buttoned-up Kennedy clan.Sounds like Rfk Jr. and his wife Cheryl Hines had a summit about this very topic -- check out his endorsement for Cyrus. Of course, »
- TMZ Staff
Cheryl Hines says the Kennedy's would welcome Miley Cyrus with open arms.We got Cheryl -- who btw is awesomely hot and smart -- at Lax Friday and asked her if life is different now that she's a Kennedy ... she married Robert Kennedy Jr. last August.Cheryl was pretty candid, saying the Kennedy compound is a lot tamer than in the Teddy heyday.But our photog couldn't let her go without asking if Miley would »
- TMZ Staff
For Reese Witherspoon, Laura Dern and the woman Witherspoon portrays in “Wild,” writer Cheryl Strayed, Wednesday night’s Los Angeles premiere of the film was more than just a glitzy industry event; it was a family affair.
“Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the ‘Wild’ family,” director Jean-Marc Vallee exclaimed after inviting a lengthy procession of the film’s cast and crew onto the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences’ Samuel Goldwyn Theater stage.
It’s certainly not a rarity to hear creative collaborators describe one another as family, particularly after enduring the peaks and valleys of a rigorous production shoot (or in this case, the peaks and valleys of the Pacific Coast Trail). But as the project’s matriarchs took the stage and clutched onto each other — Dern embracing on-screen daughter Witherspoon, Witherspoon latching onto Strayed, Strayed entwined with her own daughter, 8-year-old Bobbi Strayed Lindstrom, who plays a »
- Allegra Tepper
We have added a set pictures from the event 2014 Lili Claire Foundation ‘Live Your Passion’ Celebrity Benefit and Concert. Guests included Jeff Garlin, Cheryl Hines, Bob Saget, Stephen Bishop, Lynn Bishop, Aisha Tyler, Jason Alexander, Joshua Malina, Shari Belafonte, All-4-One, Kathy Najimy and Caroline Rhea. Photos are copyright by Prn / PRPhotos.com. Jeff Garlin attending the 2014 Lili Claire Foundation “Live Your Passion” Celebrity Benefit and Concert at The Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas, Nv, USA. Photo is copyright by Prn / PRPhotos.com. »
- James Wray
--Dita Von Teese looked old Hollywood glam as she signed autographs for fans at Stan Lee’s Comikaze Expo on Nov. 1 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.--Taylor Swift celebrated the sales for her album 1989 with some eats and drinks at Burger & Barrel in NYC.--Nigel Barker and Cindy Crawford dined on gnocchi and sipped cocktails with a group at Siena Tavern in Chicago.--Aaron Carter got a tan at Sizzle Tans in Roxbury, N.J.--Cheryl Hines showed her support for breast cancer awareness by enjoying a sushi [...] »
Patrick Stewart will be exploring his dark side soon as he has just been cast as a white supremacist in The Green Room. Jeremy Saulnier, whose last film was Blue Ruin (2014), will write and direct the film.
According to Variety, The Green Room “centers on a punk rock band finding themselves trapped in a secluded venue after stumbling upon a horrific act of violence. They then must fight for their lives against a gang of white power skinheads.” Anton Yelchin, Imogen Poots, Callum Turner, and Macon Blair are also attached to star.
The Green Room is scheduled to be released in 2015. Stewart, who was last seen on the screen in X-Men: Days of Future Past, will also appear in the 2015 comedy Stuck, which stars Jon Heder, James Roday, Cheryl Hines, and Gary Cole.
- Amy Richau
Director: Jeff Baena.
Running Time: 91 minutes.
Synopsis: Zach (DeHaan) is devastated by the death of his girlfriend Beth (Plaza). That is until she turns up alive and well. Beth’s parents (Reilly & Shannon), are in denile about teh whole issue but Zach suspects she could very well be a zombie. As Beth and Zach start to patch up their relationship, something is turning rotten.
More romantic comedy antics featuring zombies arrives in the form of Life After Beth. I’m always a sucker for a film with a pun in the title, and that title should let you know that this isn’t a serious affair. But is this a zombie film with romance or a romance film with zombies? Personally I’d go for the latter. The posters depict »
- Luke Ryan Baldock
The symbiotic relationship between celebrities and their personal assistants and employees is a storied one—and often, said stories involve personal errands, late-night phone calls, and a whole lot of crying while driving in the Valley during rush hour (for the assistants, mostly).
For Waka Flocka Flame, having hired help means never having to roll his own blunts again.
Throw away your master’s degrees, because the rapper decided to use Instagram to advertise a job as his personal blunt roller, with an annual salary of $50,000. The application for said job is to use a simple hashtag: #ICanRoll.
- Teresa Jue
Arriving in UK theatres finally on 1 October is Jeff Baena's comedy horror directorial debut 'Life After Beth'. The romantic comedy with a little light-hearted zombie ex-girlfriend action thrown in stars Aubrey Plaza ('Safety Not Guaranteed'), Dane DeHaan ('Chronicle'), Anna Kendrick ('Up in the Air'), John C. Reilly, Alia Shawkat ('Arrested Development'), Cheryl Hines ('Curb your Enthusiasm') and Molly Shannon. And you can catch a glimpse at the new UK quad poster below. »
Exclusive: Golden Globe, Emmy, and SAG award nominee Sir Patrick Stewart has made it so with ICM Partners. The agency has signed the Star Trek and X-Men thesp as he prepares to return to TV in Starz’s 2015 series Blunt Talk, which he’ll star in and produce with American Dad‘s Seth Macfarlane and Jonathan Ames. The acclaimed stage and screen star, whose theater kudos include Olivier Award and Drama Desk award wins, is best known for playing the Enterprise captain Jean-Luc Picard in the Star Trek franchise. He also reprised his other iconic role of Professor Charles Xavier in this summer’s X-Men: Days Of Future Past.
Stewart, 74, starred earlier this year as an aging Juilliard dance professor in the Tribeca dramedy Match, which writer-director Stephen Belber adapted from his Broadway play. ICM Partners sold it to IFC in June. Stewart next appears in Mitch Davis’s »
- Jen Yamato
Comedy horror 'Life After Beth' marks Jeff Baena's directorial feature debut and it's about to land a home release complete with commentaries from Baena and the cast plus some deleted scenes and more. The movie stars Aubrey Plaza ('Safety Not Guaranteed'), Dane DeHaan ('Chronicle'), Anna Kendrick ('Up in the Air'), John C. Reilly, Alia Shawkat ('Arrested Development'), Cheryl Hines ('Curb your Enthusiasm') and Molly Shannon and will land on DVD and Blu-ray 21 October. Check out the Blu-ray artwork below. »
Zach has a second chance at love, but it’s because his girlfriend, Beth, has come back from the dead. They still care for each other, but their relationship will be tested by Beth’s voracious appetite for human flesh. Lionsgate Home Entertainment is bringing Life After Beth to Blu-ray and DVD in time for Halloween, and we have the release details and a look at the official cover art.
Life After Beth hits Blu-ray (with Digital HD) and DVD (with Digital) on October 21st, with each release containing the following special features:
*Subject to change
Press Release — “It’s never too late for a second chance at love in Life After Beth, arriving on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD »
- Derek Anderson
Life After Beth, 2014
Written and directed by Jeff Baena
A young man’s recently deceased girlfriend mysteriously returns from the dead, but he slowly realizes she is not the way he remembered her.
Just as the zombie genre itself has grown tired and weary with so many being released year on year, so has the zom com subgenre. At times you will get true gems (Stalled, I Survived a Zombie Holocaust) but a lot of the time they’re not worth your while. But as the genre looks like it needs to shut up shop, you get a movie like Life After Beth that really turns the whole landscape on its head. It’s not always funny, but it’s the most interesting take on the zombie genre since Shaun of the Dead. »
- Luke Owen
Cheryl Hines and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. are taking their newlywed bliss to the Ivy Leagues. "My stepson moves into Harvard on Monday, so I'm going to help him set up his dorm room," the Suburgatory star told People Friday night at a Vanity Fair party toasting Veep, where the couple walked in hand-in-hand. "I'm going to feel smarter just doing stuff there, to be honest … feeling like I belong there." Kennedy, 60, and Hines, 48, tied the knot in a casual ceremony earlier this month. "Your second time around, you don't need to make it too crazy," said the actress of »
- Melody Chiu, @chiumelo
Life After Beth is making its way to DVD and Blu-ray this fall and we've got a glimpse of the cover art for you. Somehow this one has entirely escaped me so far, so I'll be catching up on this news in time to check it out in the comfort of my living room.
You can get this one on October 21, courtesy of Lionsgate. Supplementary material includes an audio commentary with writer/director Jeff Baena and stars Aubrey Plaza, Dane DeHaan and Matthew Gray Gubler. There's also deleted scenes and a behind-the-scenes featurette. Consumers can choose between DVD, Blu-ray, and Digital HD download.
From writer/director Jeff Baena in his feature debut, the film’s star studded cast includes Aubrey Plaza, Dane DeHaan, John C. Reilly, Molly Shannon, Cheryl Hines, Paul Reiser, Matthew Gray Gubler, and Anna Kendrick.
Life After Beth centers on a young man whose life takes a »
- Matt Serafini
In this weekend’s specialty box-office debuts, IFC Films hopes to replicate the critical and commercial success of Michael Winterbottom’s first amusing little travelogue/talker of a feature, The Trip, with a semi-sequel, The Trip To Italy. The second Trip again stars Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon; the entertainingly garrulous pair on yet another jaunt across restaurants, countryside and philosophy. The latest Trip will bow in NYC and La this weekend after a successful Australian run earlier this summer (or their winter).
Frank, a British-Irish-American drama from Magnolia Pictures featuring Michael Fassbender that had runs at Sundance and SXSW, bows in only one U.S. theater this weekend. Frank centers on an eccentric band, giving Fassy fans a chance to hear the Oscar-nominated actor sing, albeit from behind a mask (he’s not bad, actually).
- Brian Brooks
This is a re-run of our interview with Aubrey Plaza, Matthew Gray Gubler and the cast of "Life After Beth" from the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. Sometimes the chemistry on a set works just perfectly, and you can just tell the cast had a ball making the movie. Such is the case with “Life After Beth,” Jeff Baena’s directorial debut, which premiered last week at the Sundance Film Festival. The zombie comedy has a lively cast led by Aubrey Plaza and Dane DeHaan, with comic talents Anna Kendrick, Molly Shannon, John C. Reilly, Matthew Gray Gubler, Cheryl Hines and Paul Reiser offering zany support. Baena, who co-wrote “I Heart Huckabees” with David O. Russell over a decade ago (and is Plaza's boyfriend today), here offers a fresh and funny take on what can be an overplayed genre. Rather than highlighting the zombies’ flesh-eating qualities, the film focuses on the love »
- Kristin McCracken
Ever since Warm Bodies discovered the mainstream appeal of romance in a time of zombies, I’d been wondering how long it would take for other filmmakers to cash in on the rotting flesh of young love. Trying to love a zombie isn’t exactly the easiest feat, no matter how beautiful those cold, dead eyes look, but at least there’s hope throughout Warm Bodies, showing a zombie transforming back to his mortal form.
Jeff Baena’s Life After Beth is a role-reversal horror dramedy not about finding love, but instead losing love, finding it once again as a shambling zombie, and then somehow letting go. Beth Slocum inexplicably (Aubrey Plaza) comes back from the grave looking human enough, minus some heavy bags under her eyes and the snake bite that originally caused her death, and her grieving boyfriend Zach (Dane DeHaan) couldn’t be happier. But what starts »
- Matt Donato
Lindsay Lohan is about to get even more personal (if that’s possible), School of Rock will be hitting the small screen, Big Bang Theory stars make ridiculous cash, and more pop culture news to wrap up your day.
Lindsay Lohan is writing a tell-all book about all of the drama in her life (including which stars she really had sex with from that infamous list). [Daily Mail] Big Bang Theory stars have signed a three-year contract which entitles them to $1 million per episode. [Us Weekly] Keke Palmer has signed on to be Broadway’s first African-American Cinderella. [ABC News] Nickelodeon is relaunching School of Rock as a live-action series. [EW] Orlando Bloom is far too busy living it up in Ibiza to be feuding with anyone. [PopSugar]
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- Taylor Ferber
Behold the newest Kennedy bride! Cheryl Hines was suitably radiant and regal at her weekend wedding to Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. The Suburgatory actress, 48, looked beautiful in a sweet strapless Romona Keveža gown, which featured pearl beading, a bow belt, and a voluminous, waltz-length skirt. Photos: Celebrity bridesmaids "Cheryl Hines continues the Kennedy legacy of iconic women with timeless style," the designer said in a release. Wearing metallic strappy sandals, Hines said "I do" to Rfk, Jr., 60, on Saturday, Aug. 2, at the Kennedy family compound on Cape Cod [...] »
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