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Paul Rudd hit the jackpot – he’s got a beautiful family, and as of yesterday, he’s officially a Hollywood Walk of Famer. The man of the hour was honored with his own star on the 1.3-mile-long internationally known tribute to some of Hollywood’s best actors, artists and musicians. And there to support the “Ant-Man” star was his gorgeous wife, Julie Yaeger, and their two adorable children, daughter Darby and son Jack. The 46-year-old heartthrob plays Ant-Man in the action-packed Peyton Reed film, set to be released July 17. In the film, Rudd’s famous Ant-Man suit causes him to shrink in size but increase in strength. Paul must now help his mentor, played by Michael Douglas, protect the secret of the suit, and eventually, save the world. Just your average day, right? Unfortunately, though, not everyone is as excited as we are for the release of the science-fiction thriller. »
- tooFab Staff
Extant‘s Season 2 premiere falls back on the age-old cautionary tale: While the astronaut’s away, the robotics pioneers will play!
Ok, that’s not the most important takeaway from the CBS drama’s season opener, which finds Halle Berry’s Molly confined to a psychiatric institution in the wake of some very terrible events. But her husband John’s affair stings nonetheless, especially given the way his involvement in the story ends during the course of this episode. (At least the clues to his infidelity were well-laid —apparently, just like Julie! — last season.)
Oh, and the aliens are still out for us. »
Caitlyn Jenner is getting some major support from her son Brody Jenner. The 31-year-old spoke out about the 65-year-old Olympian on Tuesday during the Spy Chatter launch event in Hollywood -- where he revealed that he will be cheering on Caitlyn when she accepts the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the 2015 Espys on July 15. "I would love to be there to support my father," Brody revealed to Entertainment Tonight. "It'd be a great thing. I'll be there to support Caitlyn 100 percent." And while it sounds like the former "Hills" star will be front and center at the event, it could be a bit of a challenge getting the whole Jenner/Kardashian brood together! "It's a huge deal. Absolutely. I'm always there to support Caitlyn," he continued. "There's a lot -- a lot of moving parts. I'll just say that. We do have a big family." Although the transition process has not been easy, »
- tooFab Staff
When Ant-Man director Peyton Reed sat down with Entertainment Tonight during the recent press junket, the filmmaker was asked about Paul Rudd's (Scott Lang) inclusion in the highly-anticipated Captain America: Civil War. "I had the Russo brothers, who are directing Captain America: Civil War, brought into the cutting room. So, I show them a bunch of footage from Ant-Man because they were gonna be working with Paul," he said. "I felt very protective about the character. I was like, 'No he wouldn’t say that, he would say this!' It was great. It was a great back and forth." Peyton Reed continued, "When Paul went to shoot for a couple days on Civil War, I felt really envious. I felt like my girlfriend had left me and gone off with the other guy. But it was great, Paul called up and he was so excited [saying] 'I know I'm »
She's gonna need a bigger cheering section! Caitlyn Jenner is set to take the stage to accept the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the 2015 Espys in July, and when she does, her son Brody Jenner hopes to be front and center to lead the applause. "I would love to be there to support my father. It'd be a great thing," the 31-year-old Sex With Brody star told Entertainment Tonight on Tuesday, June 30. "I'll be there to support Caitlyn 100 percent. It's a huge deal." Ideally, of [...] »
The new face of Spider-Man was announced just last week and Tom Holland already has one big supporter in his corner; Stan Lee, who created the hero with Steve Ditko back in 1962, spoke with Entertainment Tonight at the premiere of Ant-man where he was asked what he thought of Tom Holland stepping into the role he helped create. He’s good to me! I can’t see anything wrong with... Read More »
- Kevin Fraser
My first horror movie? Disney's "Return to Oz." I was in elementary school when I first watched Walter Murch's dark, visionary 1985 film, which was marketed to children despite being one of the most legitimately terrifying "family movies" of all time. It rattled me, deeply. I couldn't stop watching it. Released on June 21, 1985 to mixed reviews and poor box office, "Return to Oz" was the first and last directorial effort from esteemed Oscar-winning sound and film editor Walter Murch, who cut such acclaimed movies as "Julia," "Apocalypse Now," "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" and "The Talented Mr. Ripley." It was not, as they say, your grandmother's "Oz" movie. The Wicked Witch of the West may have been frightening for very young kids, but she was nothing compared to the devilish, head-swapping Princess Mombi, the sadistic, baritone-voiced Nome King, and, god help us, the cackling Wheelers, a group of fluorescent roller-derby »
- Chris Eggertsen
Live and learn. Big Sean's love life has made quite a few headlines in recent years, what with his broken engagement to Naya Rivera and his romance with (and split from) Ariana Grande. But he seems determined to keep on keepin' on. "Man, you know, I don't plan relationships," the "Blessings" rapper, 27, told Entertainment Tonight at the 2015 Bet Awards on June 28. "They just happen. That's all it is. I'm just...I'm just living it...You know, we just out here doing what we doin'. Feelin' it [...] »
Eight years after the popular teen drama ended its TV run, The O.C. is being revived for a musical version. Directed/adapted by Jordan Ross and produced by Lindsey Rosin, the one-night-only event will take place August 30th in Los Angeles, Variety reports.
Casting information has not been announced, but the roles of Luke Ward and Kirsten Cohen have reportedly been secured. Adding a meta feel, O.C. creator Josh Schwartz will also be characterized for the production, albeit with a non-singing role.
The O.C. debuted on Fox in 2003 and »
The event, celebrating “The Walking Dead’s” companion series, marks the first time the three brands have come together at Comic-Con.
In anticipation of the August premiere, the spinoff’s cast and producers will be in attendance for the exclusive screening and party.
Though the event is closed to the public, both shows will be a big draw at Con with separate panels for “Walking Dead” and “Fear,” complete with the casts and creatives. The two panels will be moderated by “Talking Dead” host Chris Hardwick. AMC’s upcoming martial arts series “Into the Badlands” will also have its own panel.
A Comic-Con favorite, “The Walking Dead” has always generated tons of buzz from the annual San Diego convention and is sure »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Sandra Bullock's Minion-inspired shoes are being auctioned off for charity. The 50-year-old actress - who plays villain Scarlett Overkill in the new 'Despicable Me' spin-off 'Minions' - has revealed the bright-yellow pumps she wore to the Los Angeles premiere on Saturday (27.06.15) will go under the hammer at non-profit La-based organisation Art + Practice. The high heels, costing $800, were designed by Rupert Sanderson in tribute to the cute dungaree-wearing creatures with eye designs on the toes and heels. She told Entertainment Tonight Canada as she walked the yellow carpet: ''We're going to give all the proceeds to Art + Practice, which is a non-profit organization here in L.A.'' The brunette beauty finished off her look with a black ankle-length dress, which featured a yellow stripe across the chest and sunglasses and appeared in very high spirits as she posed with life-sized versions of the cartoon characters. The Academy Award-winner »
Doesn't every kid want their dad to be a superhero?
Well, not Paul Rudd's son it seems.
The Ant-Man actor has told Entertainment Tonight how excited he was to reveal the news of his casting as the Marvel superhero but didn't get the reaction he expected from his son.
He said: "When I told my own son that I was going to be in a superhero movie, he asked what as."
"I said, 'Well I'll be playing 'Ant-Man'. He said, 'What?' He was not impressed. What he actually said was, 'Wow. I can't wait to see how stupid that'll be.'"
10-year-old Jack was maybe hoping for another Avenger for a dad.
Watch a trailer here: »
How about a Mirrorball Trophy to go along with that gold medal? Caitlyn Jenner is no stranger to competition, having famously achieved Olympic glory in the 1976 decathlon. And former Dancing With the Stars pro Cheryl Burke, for one, would love to see the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star face her next big race in the ballroom. "I think Caitlyn would be amazing on DWTS," Burke, 31, told Entertainment Tonight. "The whole family has basically done it. I danced with Rob [Kardashian]. Kim did it a [...] »
Over the past few months, Fast & Furious star Tyrese Gibson has been lobbying hard for the role of John Stewart / Green Lantern in Warner Bros.’ DC Cinematic Universe, and he’s been at it again this week, teasing the possibility of his casting during an interview with Entertainment Tonight.
“There are certain things I can’t speak on, but I will say, however this works out, it’s definitely the fans’ fault. I was at home minding my own business and fans start creating these fan-made videos of me as Green Lantern and I looked into it. I’ve been a fan of the Green Lantern. I took the oath, and I had a meeting at Warner Bros. and certain things were said and talked about. We’ll just see what happens… Listen, these muscles are here and they’re ready to be used. There are lot of people, domestically and internationally, »
- Gary Collinson
Bobby Brown is getting support from Johnny Gill during this difficult time. The singer's New Edition bandmate told Entertainment Tonight that he's been in contact with Brown since his daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown, was moved to hospice care earlier this week. "State of mind? In a nutshell, not good. Not good," Gill said of Brown. "We just had a conversation yesterday. I wouldn't wish this on my worst enemy." "It was no secret that Bobby and Bobbi Kris had an estranged relationship for a certain period of time," [...] »
It's no secret that Tyrese Gibson wants to be the next 'Green Lantern'. The Furious 7 actor has been campaigning for months, informing anyone who'll listen that he'd be happy to suit up as 'John Stewart'. He's even hinted at more serious developments happening, including a meeting with Warner Bros over the part. For now, it's unclear how close he is to actually getting the part, but it's hard not to admire his enthusiasm for the role. On Wednesday, following rumors that Chris Pine would in fact be playing 'Hal Jordan' in the DC Cinematic Universe, Gibson posted an interesting piece of fan-art on his Instagram account. The image showed he and Pine suited up as members of the Green Lantern Corps (and can be viewed below). He was later approached by Entertainment Tonight about the picture, where he continued to play coy about his potential »
The long-rumoured Clueless musical has been confirmed.
"I've written what they call the book, and it's a jukebox musical," Hecklering said.
"Well, casting - that's, like, going to be like the main problem."
A TV spinoff ran for three seasons on ABC from 1996 to 1999.
Hecklering has not confirmed what songs will be in the Clueless musical.
Watch the trailer for Clueless below: »
You thought we were going to hear the news and not share it with the world? As if! In what will probably make your Thursday that much more enjoyable, E! News learns that a Clueless musical is totally happening. Amy Heckerling, who wrote and directed the '90s classic, spilled the news during an interview with Entertainment Tonight, explaining that a musical version of her story is currently being developed. "I've written the, what they call 'the book' and it's a jukebox musical," she told Et, but didn't offer any details about which songs will be featured (however, we're really rooting for a breakout dance number to Coolio's "Rollin' With the Homies"). But »
She also confirmed that Kristin Hanggi, who directed the Broadway production Rock of Ages from 2009 through 2015, would be leading this production and that the producer would be Dodger Theatricals, whose credits include Jersey Boys, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and Into the Woods.
"I've written what they call the 'book,' and it's a jukebox musical," she said. The filmmaker »
Amid increasingly serious investigations into Nick Gordon’s involvement in Bobbi Kristina Brown’s hospitalization, Dr. Phil says he is still willing to listen. The talk show host, who first interviewed Gordon back in March, told Entertainment Tonight on Wednesday, June 24, that he wants to give the 25-year-old a chance to tell “his side of the story.” “I still want to sit down, look that young man in the eye, and do the interview he promised me to do before I put him into rehabilitation,” Dr. Phil told Et [...] »
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