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Bradley Cooper recently reflected on this purple patch in his career in a chat with the HuffPost, saying: "I feel very fortunate. This is a wonderful time in my life. No question about it. And I just wake up every day and make sure I enjoy the hell out of it."
It's understandable. In four short years, the Philadelphia-born star of 'The Hangover 3', in cinemas this week (you can read our Review here), and its lucrative predecessors has seen his status change from that of rom-com eye-candy to acting credibility, to rank him alongside peers such as Ryan Gosling, Christian Bale and Leonardo DiCaprio. An Oscar nod this year for 'Silver Linings Playbook' only confirmed that he has come a long way from the tousle-haired student nervously asking Sean Penn a question in The Actors' Studio (see video below). Here's how he's done it...
- The Huffington Post UK
The Fast & Furious sextet features many kickass babes — including Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster, Gal Gadot, Eva Mendes, Gina Carano, and Mrs. Chris Hemsworth. But it also has a lot of women who just love hanging around cars — in the least amount of clothing possible. Here are our favorites from the first five films — and what we believe they are thinking.
“That girl must also shop at the ‘Britney Spears circa ’98′ outlet.”
“We don’t have thoughts, we’re just a pair of bare midriffs.”
“When was the last time my roots were touched up?”
- Denise Warner
Gosling makes his directorial debut on self-penned fantasy thriller How to Catch a Monster, which is currently filming in Detroit.
"It's different working with an actor as a director," Ronan told Los Angeles Times. "So much of his approach is character-based, and he has a lot of respect for how we feel about them.
"If there's something we don't feel like doing, like, if my character doesn't feel like she would get in a car, and I tell him that, he'll rewrite the scene later. He's just so relaxed and very, very creative."
Simultaneously, her teenage son discovers a road that leads to a hidden underwater city.
Ryan Gosling wasn't at Cannes to hear the boos his new film Only God Forgives received. That's because he's in Detroit, directing How to Catch a Monster, which Saiorse Ronan (Atonement, The Lovely Bones) says is going well. "It's different working with an actor as a director," says Ronan, who will appear in Gosling's directorial debut alongside Christina Hendricks, Doctor Who's Matt Smith, and the Gos's girlfriend, Eva Mendes. "So much of his approach is character-based, and he has a lot of respect for how we feel about them. If there's something we don't feel like doing, like, if my character doesn't feel like she would get in a car, and I tell him that, he'll rewrite the scene later. He's just so relaxed and very, very creative." Ronan says How to Catch a Monster is Gosling's "baby," too. Awww. »
- Zach Dionne
It seems like only yesterday that Brian O'Conner (Paul Walker) walked up to Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and inexplicably started a sentence with, "So check it out, it's like this," kicking off the first illegal street race in the "Fast and Furious" franchise ten minutes into "The Fast and the Furious" (2001). Alas, that was twelve years and many "the"s ago.
Now, on the eve of this week's debut of the sixth installment (!) of this venerable institution of American cinema, cleverly titled "Fast & Furious 6," we'd like to briefly recap the first five films of the franchise for those of you who may have missed a street robbery or a Ludacris megaphone shout along the way.
Yes, Lettys and Gentle-Doms, it's the Idiot's Guide to the "Fast and Furious" movies. Start your engines.
'The Fast and the Furious' (2001)
Detective Brian O'Conner, who looks like he just dropped out of »
- Nick Blake
HBO have released a teaser trailer for the upcoming Clear History, a film starring and co-written by Larry David and directed by Greg Mottola (Superbad). In it, the usually balding and clean-shaven creator of Curb Your Enthusiasm is given a full head of flowing locks and a giant beard, driving an open-topped sports car and singing along to some classic rock.
Entertainment Weekly revealed that the film will also star Jon Hamm, Bill Hader, Kate Hudson, Eva Mendes, Danny McBride, and Michael Keaton, and will stick to Larry David’s signature style of improvised dialogue over a structured story. Most excitingly of all, J.B. Smoove will also be joining the cast – his chemistry on Curb Your Enthusiasm was electric, and he can always be depended-upon to make a good scene great.
- Rob Batchelor
2 Fast 2 Furious (2003) Director: John Singleton Stars: Paul Walker, Tyrese Gibson, Eva Mendes Brian O'Conner must reconnect with an old flame in order to take down a drug kingpin and get his life back. Oh, how far we've come. To think that this franchise eventually evolved from this movie in to Fast Five and Furious Six is nothing short of a miracle. Turning the focus on to action heist flicks was a brilliant decision, especially when you directly compare the result »
- Jason Adams
The film is set to premiere on HBO this August, and now the network have debuted a great little teaser trailer to give us a look at the visually-transformed David, rocking a tremendous beard and a full head of hair.
David stars as Nathan, a hipster marketing exec who sells all his shares at a start-up over a fight with his boss (Jon Hamm), only to miss out on billions when the company’s new product—an electric car—becomes a smashing success.
Along with the trailer comes a first-look image from EW, giving us a look at David’s co-star, Jon Hamm.
- Kenji Lloyd
Ryan Gosling and girlfriend Eva Mendes are heating up the set of their new movie How To Catch A Monster' and it has nothing to do with the film, according to one gossip item. Ryan and Eva are very passionate on the set of the film, even asking for private time, a source claimed. The couple have reportedly been getting frisky in the editing suite of the actor's directorial debut 'How To Catch A Monster' in which his actress girlfriend stars, much to the shock of other crew members. A source told America's Star magazine: ''They aren't exactly discreet. Ryan will be totally focused, then she'll throw him off by giving him a saucy look. The next thing you know, they've kicked everyone out of of the room so they can 'talk'.'' It was recently claimed that the couple - who have been dating for over »
Larry David looks downright unrecognizable in a new teaser trailer for his upcoming HBO movie "Clear History." Cruising down the highway sporting shoulder-length hair and a long, scraggly beard, the "Seinfeld" and "Curb Your Enthusiasm" creator looks like he just walked off the set of "Sons Of Anarchy."
According to EW, "David stars as Nathan, a hipster marketing exec who sells all his shares at a start-up over a fight with his boss (Jon Hamm, left), only to miss out on billions when the company’s new product—an electric car—becomes a smashing success." Much like "Curb," the project relied heavily on comedic improvisation.
"Clear History" premieres in August on HBO.
- The Huffington Post
Matt Smith revealed his freshly shaved head at the 72nd annual Peabody Awards in New York last night (May 20).
He also exposed a large scar on his head which he got as a child during an accident at nursery.
Yesterday evening, the star flashed his trademark peace sign and was joined by Doctor Who co-star Jenna-Louise Coleman and writer Steven Moffat, who was awarded an Institutional Peabody "for evolving with technology and the times like nothing else in the known television universe".
See the best celebrity pictures of the day below.
The first teaser trailer has been released for Greg Mottola‘s HBO film, Clear History, which show us Larry David in a much different fashion than we are used to seeing him in. According to EW, the film stars Jon Hamm, Bill Hader, Kate Hudson, Eva Mendes, Danny McBride, and Michael Keaton – and primarily follows David’s character “a hipster marketing exec who sells all his shares at a start-up company, missing out on billions when the company’s new product—an electric car—becomes a smashing success.” This new 30-second teaser trailer doesn’t show us much, but with Motolla (Superbad, Adventureland) directing, I’m ready to watch.
“Adventureland” director Greg Mottola has made himself something of a second home on television. He spent the early part of the new millennium directing episodes of shows like “Undeclared” and “Arrested Development,” and last year he directed a few episodes of HBO series “The Newsroom.” For his next film, he’s sticking with the legendary cable network, delivering the comedy “Clear History,” and a teaser for the film has arrived online. Starring Larry David, Jon Hamm, Bill Hader, Kate Hudson, Eva Mendes and Danny McBride, the mostly-improvised film follows David as “a hipster marketing exec who sells all his shares at a start-up over a fight with his boss, only to miss out on billions when the company’s new product -- an electric car -- becomes a smashing success.” The teaser (via EW) is a paltry thirty seconds, but it’s worth it to see David looking like . . . well, »
- Oliver Lyttelton
De Caestecker, who played Adam Barlow in the ITV soap from 2001 to 2003, is to appear as Bones in the upcoming fantasy film. The Scottish actor was spotted on location in Detroit filming the movie over the weekend.
How to Catch a Monster is centred around a dream-like landscape of a disappearing city, and follows a »
HBO has unveiled the first teaser trailer for its upcoming "Clear History" comedy, starring Larry David, Eva Mendes, Kate Hudson, Jon Hamm, Liev Schreiber, Michael Keaton, Danny McBride, Bill Hader, Amy Ryan, Jb Smoove, Philip Baker Hall, and Paul Scheer. Check it out below. Plot: Nathan (David) is a hipster marketing executive who sells all his shares at a start-up over a fight with his boss (Hamm), only to miss out on billions when the company's new product . an electric car . becomes a smashing success. "Clear History" is directed by Greg Mottola (Superbad) from a script by David. It's set to premiere on HBO in August. Teaser: »
What Hollywood knows better than anyone, is that truth is not only stranger than fiction but it also has the potential for adaptation. The latest real-life human tragedy ready for cinema treatment is that of the Chilean mining disaster back in 2010. The incident which trapped 33 Chilean miners underground for 69 days obviously attracted attention as human suffering makes for compelling viewing. Aptly titled, The 33, Antonio Banderas and Martin Sheen have signed on to star as two of the miners.
Banderas, who just finished work on Terrence Malick’s Knight Of Cups, will play Mario Sepulveda. Dubbed by the press as Super Mario, Sepulveda was responsible for the men’s video journals sent topside to keep the rest of the world in the loop. Sheen’s role has yet to be revealed, though he’d be suited to play the onscreen counterpart of Luis Urzula, the foreman who lead the men to safety or Mario Gomez, »
- Gem Seddon
The first teaser trailer has been released for Greg Mottola's HBO film, Clear History, which stars an unrecognizable Larry David as "Nathan, a hipster marketing exec who sells all his shares at a start-up over a fight with his boss (Jon Hamm), only to miss out on billions when the company’s new product—an electric car—becomes a smashing success." The movie was largely improvised, and also stars Bill Hader, Kate Hudson, Eva Mendes, Danny McBride, Michael Keaton, Phillip Michael Hall, Jb Smoove, and Amy Ryan. Mottola tells EW the movie picks up ten years after Nathan's disastrous mistake, and he has changed his name and gone incognito. The Superbad director adds that the character is loosely based off an employee mentioned in Walter Isaacson’s Steve Jobs biography. Hit the jump to check out the trailer and first image. Clear History premieres on HBO in August. Image via EW. »
- Matt Goldberg
Superbad director Greg Mottola has a Larry David movie coming to HBO this August, only everyone's favorite curmudgeon will be completely unrecognizable on sight. EW's teaser trailer has zero dialogue, so it'll be a while till we know if this is Larry David looking and acting completely different, or just Larry from Curb Your Enthusiasm disguised as Rick Rubin. Clear History will also feature Jon Hamm, Bill Hader, Michael Keaton, Amy Ryan, Eva Mendes, Danny McBride; Mottola says it was largely improvised. »
- Zach Dionne
Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes can't keep their hands off each other. The couple have reportedly been getting frisky in the editing suite of the actor's directorial debut 'How To Catch A Monster' in which his actress girlfriend stars, much to the shock of other crew members. A source told America's Star magazine: 'They aren't exactly discreet. Ryan will be totally focused, then she'll throw him off by giving him a saucy look. The next thing you know, they've kicked everyone out of of the room so they can 'talk'.' It was recently claimed that the couple - who have been dating for over a year - are 'very much in love' but in no hurry to move in together. »
The Place Beyond the Pines is an ambitious tale of scope and sequence. It embodies the impact of heritage and the lingering effects of our actions. Director Derek Cianfrance brings the same unrelenting realism to the stark relationships of this film as he did with his last project Blue Valentine. Both films share a sense of moral ambiguity where no choice is a forgone conclusion. The triptych narrative unfolds like a novel coming to life. Every act is distinctly different from the next as it follows a particular set of unique characters. Each storyline progresses from where the last one left off as the life of one character bleeds into the life of the next. Themes are effectually handled and the points certainly come across—sometimes too bluntly. »
- Dan Clark
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