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With films like Deliver Us from Evil, Lone Survivor and Hanna on his resume, it’s easy to forget that Eric Bana kicked off his career with the sketch comedy series, Full Frontal. However, Bana is about to step back into the comedy realm for a brand new movie called Special Correspondents. It’s being described as a satirical comedy drama and will feature Bana as an arrogant New York radio journalist who pretends he’s reporting from the front lines of war. Ricky Gervais penned the script and is set to direct the film as well. Production is scheduled to begin in the Spring of 2015 in New York and Vancouver. Hit the jump for more on Special Correspondents. This is a pretty clever idea. Sure it’d take some serious legwork and research to pull one over on the public, but really, what’s to stop someone from faking »
- Perri Nemiroff
Jennifer Garner is not ashamed of having a baby bump.
Jennifer Garner knows how to make everything adorable, from a wardrobe malfunction to perpetual baby bump speculation.
The 42-year-old actress, who already has three kids with her husband Ben Affleck, faced tabloid scrutiny this past August when she stepped out with what appeared to be a baby bump.
The pictures were analyzed and scrutinized. Was it a loose shirt or was she pregnant? A couple days later, her rep responded to the rumors saying that she was not pregnant.
So now Jennifer herself is clearing the air about that baby bump. She tells Ellen DeGeneres today, "Apparently, I have a baby bump. And I'm here to tell you that I do."
At which point, the audience began to wildly scream with excitement until she shut that down.
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UK actor, comedian and writer Matt King today embarked on a new career with Australian production company Cjz.
As the newly appointed development executive King will work with Cjz.s development and production teams.
Before moving back to Australia with his family last month he filmed a role in Paddington, a comedy about a young bear from Peru who moves to London in search of a home and family, starring Nicole Kidman, Colin Firth, Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins and Jim Broadbent, directed by David Heyman (producer of the Harry Potter franchise and Gravity).
- Don Groves
3 items from 2014
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