Pretty Woman (1990)
After touting his own accomplishments, Trump turned the mic over to Pence and asked him to “say a few words.”
Pence delivered, crediting Trump with “restoring American credibility on the world stage,” spurring record-setting optimism, signing “more bills rolling back federal red tape than any president in American history” and “fighting every day for the
Petra Sutherland is often exhausted by the time she returns home from her full-time job as a customer service rep, and she likes to end her days relaxing in front of a wholesome Hallmark movie. But with the holiday season now in full swing, the single 73-year-old grandmother recently found herself feeling a bit lonely as she watched the movie’s characters find their on-screen Prince Charming just in time before the credits rolled.
The summer of 1990 was supposed to be a showdown between Dick Tracy and Days Of Thunder. It was a bit of an odd rivalry...
It would be fair to say that the top five movies at the Us box office in 1990 didn’t follow the rule book. In fact, 1990 saw Hollywood’s blockbuster formula falter, to the point that conversations were rife about whether a sea change was coming. Dramtic changes in blockbuster mentality were certainly on the way, as it happened, but not for a decade or so. Yet the seed was planted in 1990 that sure-fire blockbuster hits weren’t always, well, sure-fire blockbuster hits.
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Not that many people saw it coming, Off the back of 1989’s blockbuster business, Hollywood was bullish.
And it wasn’t because the Japanese performer who dubbed Robin Williams’ shape-shifting Genie didn’t capture the actor’s brilliant off-the-wall comedic performance.
“They tell you ahead of time, ‘don’t worry because the audience won’t laugh, because a Japanese audience doesn’t laugh,”’ noted Clements. “They just sit respectfully.”
But they did laugh at Genie, who turns into everybody from Ed Sullivan to William F. Buckley to former talk show host Arsenio Hall.
“Probably the biggest laugh in the whole screening was when he turned into Arsenio Hall and did his ‘Woof, woof, woof’ with his arm,” said Clements. “I was asking somebody afterward about that and why it got such a big laugh. They said ‘Oh, we loved it when the Genie turned into Julia Roberts
The singer, who officially took his first bow on Nov. 3, tells Et that eight performances a week onstage at the Brooks Atkinson Theater in New York City is “less grueling” than a typical touring schedule. “I am not leaving town or changing venues. I am not onstage for three hours singing 25 songs. Broadway, in a sense, is easier, at least currently in the role that I’m in.”
Based on the 2007 film starring Keri Russell, Waitress tells the story of Jenna Hunterson, currently played by Betsy Wolfe, a pregnant pie maker in an unhappy marriage who falls in love with her married gynecologist, Dr. Pomatter. “Suddenly this patient comes along who disarms him and has him step out of his comfort zone; a boring
Gear up for the occasion by scouting out the best movies available during Thanksgiving day and all through the weekend. Whether it’s a favorite movie from childhood or a marathon of your favorite show, here’s the complete list of all the best Thanksgiving programming for 2017.
Throwback Thanksgiving Marathon, VH1
When: Thursday, Nov. 23 until Sunday, Nov. 26
What: Throughout Thanksgiving weekend, VH1 will be showing classic throwbacks like “Dazed and Confused” and “Coming to America,” and “Space Jam.” The network will be playing the nostalgia game hard, so you’re bound to catch one of your favorites. Save room in your schedule for “Grease,” “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” and “Pretty Woman.
The Oscar winner appeared on Thursday's Today show and threw her full support around the women who have alleged that they've been sexually harassed while working in Hollywood. She also noted that this has not been her personal experience.
“You know, it’s all so ugly in so many ways,” the 50-year-old actress told co-anchor Matt Lauer of all the recent sexual harassment allegations lodged at powerful men in the entertainment industry. “I’ve never had this experience. I mean, I almost feel bad saying that because I don’t know why I was spared."
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Roberts added, "You hear some of these heart-wrenching, awful stories, and I have a daughter [12-year-old Hazel]. It is heartbreaking, but it’s not been part of my experience."
After numerous women came forward alleging that Harvey Weinstein had either
“I don't want to give away too much, but I think all the standards are there. I watched the film the other night for just a reference point and I was like, we got that; we got that. There are those moments that you have to have,” Steven Kazee teases to Et at Garry Marshall Theatre's First Annual Founders Gala. “What we're trying to do is tell the story in the same way to a new audience. We just want to try to be as true to the story as possible.”
The movie-turned-musical about a prostitute and a wealthy businessman who fall in love with each other is set to open on Broadway in the fall of 2018 following a five-week engagement at the Oriental
The 50-year-old actress talks about raising her kids -- 12-year-old twins Hazel and Phinnaeus and 10-year-old son Henry -- in the December issue of Good Housekeeping and how nothing is "stronger than gentleness."
"I think some people confuse unconditional love with spoiling. None of my kids would think I have a problem with that distinction," Roberts expresses. "I do love them unconditionally, and I try, when they do something wrong, to say, 'This doesn’t change the amount of love in this house for you, but you've got to do your homework.' Because I think that also makes a child feel safe."
The Pretty Woman star also knows the value of being a kind person and how we can all work to be better humans in general.
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With four decades of work, starting with projects such as Alejandro Amenábar’s chiller “The Others” and Billy Ray’s journalist drama “Shattered Glass,” the former actress built her career via agency work, repping talents such as Sean Penn, Val Kilmer, Demi Moore and Liam Neeson while at the Creative Artists Agency.
In 1993, she launched Cruise/Wagner Productions, which took on the film adaptation of the hit ‘70s TV suspense series “Mission: Impossible,” launching the franchise that continues to roll along. Cruise and Wagner also worked on Cameron Crowe’s mystery romance “Vanilla Sky,” based on Amenábar’s “Abre los ojos.”
Wagner then produced Edward Zwick’s Cruise-starrer “The Last Samurai,” exec produced
Wonder stars Academy Award® winner Julia Roberts (Best Actress, Erin Brockovich, 2000; August: Osage County, Pretty Woman), Academy Award® nominee Owen Wilson (Best Original Screenplay, The Royal Tenenbaums, 2001; The Grand Budapest Hotel, Midnight in Paris), and Jacob Tremblay. Also starring are Izabela Vidovic (Homefront, Zombieland), Tony Award® and Emmy® Award winner Mandy Patinkin (“Homeland,” The Princess Bride), recent Tony Award® winner Daveed Diggs
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Et's Carly Steel chatted with the 50-year-old actress at a press junket for her upcoming film, Wonder, and pointed out that this would be her 50th movie. "It is?! What?!" Roberts exclaimed.
As for when she knew she was a household name in Hollywood, she admitted that it was somewhere between Erin Brockovich in 2000 and Ocean's Eleven in 2001. "That's where you go, 'All right, this is ingrained. This will not end,'" Roberts explained.
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Fans of the actress have come to know and recognize her big laugh and smile so much so that Coldplay's Chris Martin wrote a song about it. Last month at the amfAR Gala in Los Angeles, the 40-year-old rocker
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