1-20 of 387 items from 2013 « Prev | Next »
The Queen of Hollywood has finally met the King of the Jungle. While spending some vacation time in Australia with the family, Angelina Jolie and the kids opted to enjoy a viewing of The Lion King musical on Sunday at the Capitol Theater in Sydney, and even got to hang out with the cast after the show! "A very special guest joined us for the Sunday matinee today- Angelina Jolie! Photo by James Morgan #lionkingau," the show's Facebook page wrote with a few snapshots of the occasion. The photos showed Jolie posing with the entire cast, along with a picture of the A-lister speaking to the performers, who were all listening with bright eyes and big smiles. There's also an image of Angelina »
It was a good weekend to be a Jolie-Pitt kid! Angelina Jolie took her six children out to explore Sydney on Saturday and Sunday, and they capped off the fun with a meet-and-greet backstage at a Sydney production of The Lion King. We have the latest on the Jolie-Pitts, including highlights from dad Brad's recent visit. On Allie: Joe Fresh top »
- Allie Merriam
Leave it to Hollywood royalty to look slim, gorgeous and rested with a two-month-old baby at home. Halle Berry and Olivier Martinez, who welcomed their baby boy, Maceo-Robert, Oct. 5, stepped out in L.A. Saturday night looking every bit her usual stunning self. Berry, 47, cut a trim figure in black pants and a grey top and multicolored sweater beside Martinez, also 47. The couple attended a performance of The Lion King musical at Pantages Theater in Hollywood with Berry's daughter (with her ex, Gabriel Aubry), 5½-year-old Nahla. Berry and Martinez wed in July. Last spring, the Oscar-winning actress called her pregnancy »
- Rennie Dyball
Until this weekend, Halle Berry hadn't been seen in public since early October. Two months after giving birth to son Maceo, the actress attended a live stage performance of The Lion King at the Pantages Theater in Hollywood on Saturday, Dec. 7. Joined by husband Olivier Martinez, 47, and daughter Nahla Aubry, 5, the new mom dressed her post-baby body in a cozy cape, a slouchy tee and curve-hugging pants. Nahla fell asleep during the show, and on their way out, Martinez carried the sleeping tot to their car. Berry, 47, was last seen having lunch with friends at Rivabella Ristorante in L.A. on Friday, Oct. 4. She welcomed a baby boy at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in L.A. the next day and has been M.I.A. ever »
A few days after their Dec. 3 yacht excursion, the Jolie-Pitt family stepped out again in Australia, this time to see a production of The Lion King. And though most of the brood was in attendance, Angelina Jolie and her daughter Vivienne stole the show rocking very similar outfits. See more pics from their outing. The A-List mom and her 5-year-old daughter both wore skinny dark jeans with black ballet flats to their theater outing. And though Vivienne opted for a lighter floral top to Angie's black [...] »
Angelina Jolie got back to work on the set of Unbroken on Monday when she directed a racing scene between young boys in Sydney, Australia. The actress-turned-director looked chic in a black blouse and sunglasses as she pumped her arms to show the actors how to run on the track. Angie returned to the daily grind after spending the past week entertaining her children and Brad Pitt, who traveled down under from England, where he was filming Fury. Angelina and Brad took their children out on a boat last Tuesday, where doting dad Brad snapped photos of his family as they laid out on the yacht. On Sunday, it was Angie's turn to be on kid duty as she took her brood to go see The Lion King musical at the Capitol Theater. »
- Maria Mercedes Lara
"It was just so special to see her in such a weird circumstance, I suppose, and it just made me realise how much I loved her and how much I missed her, being away from her for so long," he said.
"We had zero communication a week before I actually went in... And it's not just not seeing her, it's the no communication, not being able to know how our little boy was doing."
Egan added: "Normally I'm the type of guy when I'm at home that I'm the one making sure everything is okay, so it's that kind of thing that plays »
X Factor judge Walsh has now tipped Egan to be offered lucrative deals following his win.
"I knew from the outset that Kian would be a serious contender," he told the Irish Daily Star. "He's a great team player and a really hard worker. He totally deserved to win."
He added: "If I knew how to bet, I'd have put money on him to win!
"There's no-one working in television production in the UK who doesn't know him now and they all know that people like him because they voted for him.
"Previous winners like Kerry Katona have made multi-millions in TV shows and endorsements »
Former Dynasty star Collins is set to play Helen, a former Hollywood siren determined to gatecrash her ex-husband’s funeral at a glamorous French hideaway. Helen escapes her London retirement home with the help of Priscilla (Pauline Collins), a repressed English housewife stuck in a bad marriage.
Nero, whose prolific career includes the starring role in 1966 Western Django, will play a famous French recluse who becomes part of an uneasy love triangle with the two women.
Sarah Sulick produces for Bright Pictures, the company she set up with Roger Goldby to make his debut feature The Waiting Room, which premiered at Edinburgh and sold to Lionsgate in the UK, IFC Films in the »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Andreas Wiseman)
In my opinion, kid’s movies are among the best ever made but are often over-looked because they usually lack tragic drama or passionate physical romances, but that’s what makes them great. They are a fantasy escape into a world we’ve never seen but we all wish we had. And that’s what Mary Poppins did so brilliantly in 1964 and I don’t think that anyone anywhere can honestly say that they didn’t yearn for Mary to fly to their doorstep and teach them magic when they were little.
With expert flair, Walt Disney made a spirited, visually captivating and touching adaptation from the P.L. Travers books and it was the first film from his studio to be nominated for the Best Picture Oscar. Featuring a knockout, Oscar-winning performance of prim, proper British beauty and intelligence by Julie Andrews, Mary Poppins, Disney studios most expensive film up to that time, »
- Tom Stockman
Upon hearing that he had won the series, Egan said: "I don't know what to say. Everybody in here deserves to be in this chair, because it's been such a team effort and none of us would have got through this without each other.
"Everybody in here is a King and Queen, there's nothing else to it for me."
Emanuel added: "I'm thrilled for Kian, he's a great guy and he thoroughly deserves it."
Egan described his time in the jungle as "one of the best three weeks" of his life.
He explained: "Just being in there and meeting everybody and making such amazing friends. I don't know, I suppose it's an experience that »
Angelina Jolie had even more family fun in Sydney on Sunday when she took her kids to see The Lion King musical. Angelina and Brad Pitt's six kids - Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, Knox, and Vivienne - piled into a van with their mom after experiencing a matinee performance of the Disney classic at the Capital Theatre. The group stuck together after the show, and five-year-old Vivienne snacked on her popcorn as she exited the theatre with her mom. The actress has made time for family outings Down Under while directing her latest movie, Unbroken, in Sydney. Most recently, the Jolie-Pitts rented a yacht on Tuesday, soaking up the sun as Brad snapped cute pictures of his family. The day before, Angelina held hands with four of her kids during a trip to a local bookstore. »
- Nick Maslow
I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! comes to a close this weekend with the usual flurry of kangaroo anuses and creepy crawlies.
Ahead of either Kian Egan or David Emanuel being crowned King of the Jungle tonight (December 8), Laura Whitmore, co-host of ITV2 spinoff Get Me Out of Here Now, reveals to Digital Spy her top five moments from this year's series...
Kian Egan greeting his wife Jodi on their night of luxury
"It was lovely! Very rarely do the celebrities actually get a moment with their loved ones. You forget how emotional it is. They're only gone for a week, but things heighten so much.
"Even us, the crew and stuff, we're so involved and when we watched that we were all bawling our eyes out. You could see how emotional it was and how much it meant to him. It's really nice to see those touching moments in the show. »
This thing on my DVR was the 4th season pilot, right?
I kid I kid. But horrified I was. If you miss live "events" it's difficult (one might say pointless) to write about them later so I promise to be quick about this. What I enjoyed far more than the show, which I caught a day later, was catching up on the articles and tweets about the show wherein people either hilariously skewered it or contorted themselves memorably to find nice things to say or excuse its Carrie Underwoodedness. Her acting was far far worse than I'd been told, recalling Julianne Moore's dead on approximation of porn star acting in Boogie Nights only dumber and with less of a nose drip to help with the dead eyes. I initially was surprised that Carrie wasn't oversinging it but the surprise soon faded because after the hills came alive with the »
- NATHANIEL R
The Emmerdale star finished at the bottom of the latest public vote and exited the jungle in third place.
Upon leaving the jungle, Pargeter said: "I'm so happy right now. I just can't wait to see Lola and Rudy, have a bath and have my roots done."
Asked by Ant and Dec how she found the experience, Pargeter replied: "It was hard. It was mentally hard, physically fine - even though I'm out of breath because I'm so excited.
She continued: "Yes, [it was] mentally hard. I had a few hard days in there, with dealing with people and being away from home."
"I'm very straight talking and I can be quite direct and »
Respected actor Jeremy Irons is set to co-star in the Edward R. Pressman/ Prashita Chaudhary’s Cinemorphic Entertainment Company production of The Man Who Knew Infinity, the biographic film on the life of Srinivasa Ramanujan with Dev Patel starring as the revered Indian mathematician. Irons will play G.H. Hardy, the English mathematician who plucked Ramanujan from obscurity in Edwardian India and installed him in the hallowed halls of Cambridge University.
The film will be directed by Matthew Brown, who also wrote the screenplay based on the biography The Man Who Knew Infinity: A Life of the Genius Ramanujan by Robert Kanigel. Edward R. Pressman and Prashita Chaudhary of Cinemorphic are producers along with Jim Young under his Animus Films banner and Sofia Sondervan of Dutch Tilt Film.
Announcing the casting, Pressman said, “I am delighted to be working with Jeremy again. Our last collaboration on Reversal of Fortune earned an Oscar for Jeremy, »
- Stacey Yount
Nearly 20 years after “The Lion King” made a luminous Disney playground of the African wild, it’s high time the continent responded with an animated vision of its own. Enter perky South African effort “Khumba,” which remedies the romanticization to some extent with its textured savanna landscapes and stony skies, but doesn’t take the regional authenticity much further than that. With a brashly Hollywood-flavored voice cast and a self-borrowing scripting assist from “Lion King” writer Jonathan Roberts, this tale of a half-striped zebra finding his place in the animal kingdom aims squarely for international crossover appeal — rather at the expense of its own message, which trumpets the virtues of individuality. Still, for armchair-traveling youngsters, that should hardly diminish the appeal (or the ancillary lifespan) of this technically sophisticated toon.
From its buddy-assisted quest narrative to its British-accented feline villain, the parallels to Disney’s 1994 blockbuster come thick and fast »
- Guy Lodge
"Good Morning America" had a special tribute to the late Nelson Mandela. The former South African President passed away at age 95 on Dec. 5, and the cast of the "Lion King" on came on "Gma" the following day to sing a song in his honor.
"Gma" had been paying tribute to Mandela all morning. Original "Lion King" cast member Ron Kunene opened up to "Gma's" Josh Elliott about why performing in "The Lion King" means so much in Mandela's honor.
"To sing these words today means a great deal because without Nelson Mandela, without his leadership and also his ideology of a non-racial democratic South Africa, we wouldn't be where we are today," Kanene says. "In this song, we really celebrate our freedom; celebrate our cultural heritage." »
This is a clip from a 2006 National Geographic documentary called Eye Of The Leopard. But it was resurfaced by Buzzfeed and, let's just say, it's a f--king emotional rollercoaster. Watch: (Warning: While the video is not explicitly gory, viewer discretion is advised.) Here is our journey watching this clip: The leopard (named Legadema) kills a baboon. Apparently baboons and leopards are enemies and vicious foes in real life. Well, that never happened in The Lion King. So apparently we've been lied to all these years. That's when the leopard finds a one-day-old baboon baby clinging to its death mother. Oh My God. That Is The Saddest Thing Ever. (Spoiler »
The pair become the sixth and seventh celebrities to leave the jungle after they finished bottom of the latest public vote.
Ribeiro - who finished in seventh place - admitted that the voting public had finally given him his "wish" by voting him out.
He said: "I almost lost it back there. I'm so ready to see my wife and Aj. I'm very happy. Thank you for finally giving me my wish."
Asked if he had resigned himself to the fact he may stay, the star replied: "I had finally gotten to that place where I figured I was going to be there until the end, so »
1-20 of 387 items from 2013 « Prev | Next »
IMDb.com, Inc. takes no responsibility for the content or accuracy of the above news articles, Tweets, or blog posts. This content is published for the entertainment of our users only. The news articles, Tweets, and blog posts do not represent IMDb's opinions nor can we guarantee that the reporting therein is completely factual. Please visit the source responsible for the item in question to report any concerns you may have regarding content or accuracy.See our NewsDesk partners