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Dylan Penn, who touched off a tabloid frenzy last year based on rumors she was dating “Twilight” hunk Robert Pattinson, looks hotter than ever in smoldering new photos in the Italian edition of L’Officiel magazine. Dylan is Hollywood royalty. She’s the daughter of Sean Penn and Robin Wright. Although she bills herself as a model and actress, she’s made her mark so far modeling. Dylan’s biggest foray in the spotlight occurred last year when she was spotted in the company of Pattinson, who had broken up with “Twilight” girlfriend Kristen Stewart. ...Read More »
Headed by Gilles Jacob, Cannes film festival’s former president, the Louis Delluc jury chose “Sils Maria” over Abderrahmane Sissako’s “Timbuktu,” Bertrand Bonello’s “Saint Laurent,” Jean-Luc Godard’s Goodbye to Language,” Claus Drexel’s “Au bord du monde,” Pascal Ferran’s “Bird People,” Benoit Jacquot’s “Three Hearts” and Robin Campillon’s “Eastern boys.”
A multi-layered character study, “Sils Maria,” which is repped by MK2 and world premiered in competition at Cannes to warm reviews, stars Juliette Binoche as a middle-aged actress facing insecurities. Kristen Stewart toplines as Binoche’s young assistant.
The female-driven pic was produced by Charles Gillibert’s CG Cinema. A former top exec at MK2, Gillibert launched CG Cinema over two years ago and his recent »
- Elsa Keslassy
The first winner of France’s awards season was unveiled Monday afternoon, with Olivier Assayas’ intense character study Sils Maria, starring Juliette Binoche and Kristen Stewart as an aging actress and her assistant, taking the Louis Delluc Critics' Prize handed out by former Cannes president Gilles Jacob and a jury of 20 film critics and personalities. Binoche attended a Paris event to accept the award. Read more Oscars to Consider 323 Films The shortlist of nominees was announced Nov. 28, including Abderrahmane Sissako’s Islamic fundamentalist drama Timbuktu, Jean-Luc Godard’s surreal Goodbye to Language, Bertrand Bonello’s biopic Saint Laurent and Sils Maria. Other candidates included Claus Drexel’s documentary about the
- Rhonda Richford
Kristen Stewart isn't known for showing off her pearly whites, but the actress couldn't help but smile on Saturday. During a stroll with her pal Alicia Cargile, the actress lit up while chatting and taking in the brisk La weather. Kristen kept it casual for the duo's day out, donning a beanie, sweatshirt, jeans, and Converse high-tops. Back in August, the 24-year-old opened up about why she doesn't smile more often in a candid interview with Elle, saying people might think she's a "sellout" if she started grinning while out and about. The happy outing comes during a low-key month for the actress, who last flaunted her street style while running errands in a "Tom Boy" t-shirt earlier this month. She's been wrapping up her busy year in La after she returned from Riley Keough's bachelorette party and made a sexy appearance at the Hollywood Film Awards in November. »
Rosario Dawson is here to help you kick off your weekend the right way -- by sucking serious face with "Obvious Child" star Jenny Slate.Not that anyone requires an explanation ... but the make out sesh was set up by New York Times Magazine as an awesome year-end celebration of great acting. They actually shot 9 different kissing scenes -- including Kristen Stewart and Chadwick Bozeman, Laura Dern and Steve Carell, and Reese Witherspoon and Benedict Cumberbatch. »
- TMZ Staff
Looks like this is one nice guy that won't finish last! We've spotted stars flocking to the new West Hollywood hot spot The Nice Guy in droves: Seriously, the list of celebs who frequent the restaurant include Selena Gomez, Drake, Harry Styles, Kristen Stewart, Zac Efron, Joe Jonas and Katy Perry, among many famous others. Miley Cyrus and new beau Patrick Schwarzenegger were even spotted at the eatery on Nov. 14, when they came in for a sweet date night dinner. Lucky for you, E! News got the scoop on what makes this eatery a favorite among Hollywood's elite. Location, Location, Location: WeHo is the hot place to be. It's in the heart of Los Angeles, where all the industry A-Listers work and »
Another year, another set of fun awards season-inspired short films from the New York Times. This year, the New York Times Magazine Great Performers issue paired 18 actors in 9 short films - each ending with a kiss. The actor pairs include Chadwick Boseman & Kristen Stewart; David Oyelowo & Timothy Spall; Gugu Mbatha-Raw & Miles Teller; Rosario Dawson & Jenny Slate and others. Watch the above pairs share kisses, embedded below: »
- Tambay A. Obenson
Extended editions of the first three Twilight films will be released on Blu-ray and DVD next month.
A triple feature release of Twilight, New Moon and Eclipse will be released on January 13, and will feature deleted scenes that didn't make the original cut.
The two-part Breaking Dawn finale is not included in the release, with a separate release expected at some point in the future.
Twilight star Kristen Stewart recently confirmed that she plans to take a break from acting after working solidly for two years.
Meanwhile, Lionsgate will bring back Twilight in the form of five short films that will be shown exclusively on Facebook.
Watch a trailer for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse below: »
As Taylor Lautner’s Twilight co-stars have proven, success is possible after the box office-breaking conclusion of the supernatural teen trilogy. Whereas Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson have each found new career avenues, both landing stellar reviews for their work outside of the franchise, Lautner is still searching for his. After his attempt at acquiring action star status in the 2012 dud Abduction, he’s now literally landed on his feet in the upcoming thriller, Tracers.
Tracers follows the story of Lautner’s bike messenger Cam. A talented lad on two wheels, he’s entangled in a shady deal with a crime gang. His luck changes when he smashes his bike into a delectable stranger, Nikki (Marie Avgeropoulos) and begins to pursue her – and her hobby. Her favourite pasttime is the urban activity of parkour, which leads to Cam’s entry into her gang of runners. However, their athleticism serves a »
- Gem Seddon
Kristen Stewart is not moving to her downtown L.A. loft because she’s afraid she’ll run into Robert Pattinson with his new girlfriend Fka Twigs in the Hollywood Hills, despite another fabricated report from an untrustworthy website. Gossip Cop looked into the latest absurd claim from the fan fiction writers at HollywoodLife, and we can exclusively report that after investigating the webloid’s various assertions, there isn’t a shred of truth. »
- Michael Lewittes
“Twilight” star Robert Pattinson has totally reinvented his career by working with auteurs, and Kristen Stewart is on her way by following a similar path, but what about Taylor Lautner? Maybe “Tracers” is his shot? He previously tried to go the action leading-man route with "Abduction," and the results were fairly dismal. Regardless, this pulse-pounding thriller is about a New York City bike messenger (Lautner) who is seduced by the world of parkour, and this first trailer kinda makes it look like a cross between “Premium Rush” and “Brick Mansions." Perhaps what the film has going for it is that it’s backed by Film Nation, the production company that has worked with Steven Soderbergh, Terrence Malick (his two upcoming pictures), Pedro Almodóvar, Jeff Nichols, Sofia Coppola, J.C. Chandor and Anton Corbijn to name a few. So, they generally latch on to projects with some substance, though this logline is »
- Edward Davis
The Oscar train stops here – Julianne Moore is devastatingly good, and certainly worthy of all the many awards that will certainly come her way, as a linguistics professor succumbing to early-onset Alzheimer’s disease in Still Alice. Moore, who has a number of astonishing acting feats under her belt, has perhaps never been as affecting, nor as raw, as she is in the part of a woman losing the once-formidable control she had over her mind and body.
Alzheimer’s is certainly not an easy topic for any film to cover, let alone to cover well, but Moore, along with writer Lisa Genova and directors Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland, rise to the occasion, crafting a narrative that fully communicates the disease’s creeping horror while never dissolving into cable-tv levels of melodrama. Still Alice is not only a well-made film, but also an important one in how honestly it »
- Isaac Feldberg
As part of the New York Times Magazine's annual Great Performers issue, director Elaine Constantine got down to the important business of filming a bunch of acclaimed actors kissing each other. "These actors, in most cases, didn't know each other," Constantine told Et. "And I think in a way it was a good thing that they didn't know each other because I suppose the excitement of those meetings were what created the ease of getting into something so intimate." Also, celebrities! Don't we love looking at them? To adequately make sense of this phenomenon, I've ranked all nine star-on-star liplocks in a series of snap judgments that are totally authoritative and not open to debate. 9. Laura Dern + Steve Carell Laura Dern is one of my favorite actresses, but I just can't stomach this one. A major pet peeve of mine is how in seemingly every movie and TV love scene »
- Chris Eggertsen
Considering just how far Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart have come from their “Twilight” years, and how much their credibility has been restored outside that franchise, I’m sure they’d love the series to remain in the rearview mirror, at least to some extent. But a dollar is a dollar is a dollar, and Lionsgate/Summit don’t want to ever forget their cash cow. The studio will release “The Twilight Saga: Extended Editions Triple Feature” on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD) and DVD (plus Digital) on January 13th. This "definitive collection” of the series has been re-edited to include deleted scenes in all-new extended versions of all three films. Woo! Each film will now run slightly longer: “Twilight” (126 minutes), “The Twilight Saga: New Moon” (138 minutes), and “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” (129 minutes). But marketing ploy alert, fans will already know this is about five or six minutes longer only with »
- Edward Davis
The New York Times managed to get 18 talented actors from some of this year's best films together, and then got them to make out. This was done for a video series called "9 Kisses," and in a way it's supposed to celebrate the great performances of these actors and actresses.
Each video features two stars as they play out an intimate moment in a public setting at night. Of course, the details of the settings vary. There's a good mix of kisses that range from passionate to awkward to funny.
The couples used in the videos include Benedict Cumberbatch and Reese Witherspoon; Steve Carell and Laura Dern; Rosario Dawson and Jenny Slate; Chadwick Boseman and Kristen Stewart; Patricia Arquette and Jason Schwartzman; David Oyelowo and Timothy Spall; John Lithgow and Julianne Moore; Jack O’Connell and Shailene Woodley; Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Miles Teller.
Check 'em all out below if you're feelin' the love. »
- Joey Paur
This year's best actors paired up for nine intimate encounters in The New York Times Magazine's annual Great Performers Issue, on stands Sunday, Dec. 14.
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A big-haired Reese Witherspoon puckered up for a masked Benedict Cumberbatch, Shailene Woodley dropped a peck on the cheek of Unbroken's Jack O'Connell, Steve Carell planted a wet one on Laura Dern, Rosario Dawson shared a sexy moment with Jenny Slate, Kristen Stewart got steamy with Chadwick Boseman, David Oyelowo got intimate with Timothy Spall, Patricia Arquette cuddled up to Jason Schwartzman, John Lithgow seduced Julianne Moore and Gugu Mbatha-Raw shared a smooch with Miles Teller.
Some of Hollywood's biggest stars are making out! For the New York Times Magazine's Great Performers Issue, celebs like Reese Witherspoon, Benedict Cumberbatch, Kristen Stewart and more are locking lips in a new "9 Kisses" short video series. The series paired up 18 great actors for one passionate kissing scene per pair. In one, Cumberbatch and Witherspoon share a sensual smooch while dressed in colorful costumes. In another, new Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman plays a musician performing on stage and Stewart portrays a fervent fan who rushes the stage to tackle and kiss him. In a third short, Shailene Woodley and Unbroken's Jack O'Connell share a sweet kiss after she accidentally »
Julianne Moore has emerged as the clear frontrunner of this year’s Oscar race for Best Actress for her devastating work in Still Alice, picking up a Gotham Independent Film Award, National Board of Review Award and Indie Spirit nomination for her work. The film by Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland shows the slow, painful deterioration of a woman with Alzheimer’s disease. Starring Alec Baldwin, Kristen Stewart, and Kate Bosworth, the film revolves around the family dynamic and how their bonds are tested.
A first trailer for the film has been released following its Toronto Film Festival premiere and its release on January 16, 2015 after a brief Oscar qualifying run. And hey! Is that our Justine Smith’s review being quoted in the trailer? I think it is!
- Brian Welk
Kristen Stewart was aced out of a nomination for a Screen Actors Guild (SAG) film award for her role in “Still Alice,” raising questions about the wisdom of a Sony honcho who vowed to campaign for the “Twilight” actress to win an Oscar. Michael Barker, co-chief executive of Sony Pictures Classic, said in October that Stewart’s work in the picture is her best. Instead, nominations went to Patricia Arquette for her role as Olivia in “Boyhood,” Keira Knightley for her role as Joan Clarke in “The Imitation Game,” and Emma Stone who played Sam in the Searchlight film “Birdman.” Also nominated were Meryl Streep for her role as the witch in Disney’s “Into the Woods” and Naomi Watts for her role as Daka in “St. Vincent.” ...Read More »
Angelina Jolie is both a power and a scourge in Hollywood. In revealing leaked emails from Sony Pictures, producer Scott Rudin slams her as a “minimally talented spoiled brat,” an image that’s as far from her public persona as you can get. The email exchange occurred between Rudin and Sony Pictures co-chairman Amy Pascal, in what appears to be a monumental clash of egos over upcoming films. Sony’s computers were hacked and scores of documents and content were leaked onto the Internet, including at least five yet-to-be-released feature films, including “Still Alice,” an Oscar contender starring Julianne Moore and Kristen Stewart. ...Read More »
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