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A mythical story about friendship and discovery, A Mermaid’s Tale swims home on DVD and Digital HD on May 16 from Lionsgate. Awarded the Dove® seal of approval, this “enchanting modern fairy tale” (The Dove Foundation) stars Jerry O’Connell, Caitlin Carmichael, and Barry Bostwick. When a young girl is forced to move with her father to a small seaside town, she struggles to fit in and make new friends. One day she discovers a secluded cove where she befriends a mysterious mermaid, and together they uncover a secret that could help save the town. A Mermaid’s Tale will be available on DVD for the suggested retail price of $19.98
When a twelve-year-old girl befriends a quirky teenage mermaid who’s anything but mythical, their friendship could heal an age-old feud between humans and sea people. Jerry O’Connell (Jerry Maguire) and Barry Bostwick (TV’S “Spin City »
- Tom Stockman
"They're very supportive. Very supportive," Gooding Jr. told Et at the premiere. "When we had moved away from Hollywood, my mom made the decision to move us back just so that I could pursue an acting career and I owe her everything. I love her for that."
"They've always been um very supportive of the films I make, even though they might not have liked every film, they've always been there at the premieres and showing their support," he added. "It's been awesome."
News: Cuba Gooding Sr. Dies at 72
The Oscar winner said at the time that, while his family has always stood by him, that doesn't keep them from sharing constructive, forthright criticism.
"[They're] very honest," he joked. "I »
Denise Richards is ready to kick some butt.
Watch Richards take on some serious villains in the intense trailer above.
"They were like, 'It is a female-driven version of Die Hard.' I was, like, that is a really cool -- there is not enough female-driven content out there," the 26-year-old actor shared. "I think it is kind of a thing that it is so profitable that people haven't explored it for weird reasons. I think it is time we need more films »
Cuba Gooding Jr. is as well known for his exuberant, off-the-wall personality as he is for his acting roles, but it was the former that landed the “Jerry Maguire” Oscar-winner in hot water last week when he jokingly lifted the skirt of his “American Horror Story”/”People v O.J. Simpson” co-star Sarah Paulson during a panel […] »
- Brent Furdyk
Every actor’s got a project or 30 in their past that they’d rather forget, which is what makes Only The Worst, a new column from Vice, so full of potential. For this edition, Justin Caffier talks to Jerry O’Connell of Jerry Maguire, Stand By Me, and Scream 2 fame about the universally despised Kangaroo Jack, a 2003 rapping kangaroo comedy he starred in alongside Anthony Anderson, Christopher Walken, and Michael Shannon. Caffier even notes our own Nathan Rabin’s review, which describes it as “some of the longest 90 minutes ever committed to film.”
O’Connell is a gracious interviewee and, having been told by producer Jerry Bruckheimer to “never read reviews on it,” has no idea how it’s perceived publicly. He’s shocked to learn it currently holds an 8 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes, but less so once he and Caffier begin discussing the ...
- Randall Colburn
Tom Cruise has made a career out of being an overall mega human by hanging off the side of planes, running along the world’s tallest building, sliding across living room floors and teaching us how to love in Jerry Maguire…and everything else. But according to Jessica Chastain the man is a real-life hero as well, and it's thanks to him that she was able to do one of her best movies... Read More »
- Matt Rooney
Jonathan Lipnicki hasn't always had it easy. The Jerry Maguire alum has been open about his lifelong battles with anxiety and depression, and now he's opening up to E! News about what it was like to be a child star while trying to be just a normal middle school student. Before he even knew what was wrong with him, Lipnicki thought he wasn't going to survive. "My first panic attack I thought I was going to die," Lipnicki candidly tells E! News. "The great thing about growing up is you tend to be able to think things out more and rationalize things. I didn't think I was going to live through the day I had my first panic attack. I had no clue what it was. "My heart was racing, »
Robin Bell Apr 18, 2017
This article contains spoilers for Vanilla Sky.
Memorable moments - it seemed to be what Cameron Crowe had a knack for creating. Lloyd Dobler stood with a ghetto blaster held aloft in Say Anything, the 'Show me the money' or 'You had me at hello' scenes from Jerry Maguire, the singalong of Tiny Dancer or the imminent plane crash in Almost Famous. It also seemed Cameron Crowe could do no wrong on the wave of the success of those films, but then there came a film which, instead of creating memorable moments, everybody seemed to want to forget all about.
It seemed to really rub people up the wrong way upon release. Was this because it wasn't what they »
[[tmz:video id="0_yzsz1yga"]] Jonathan Lipnicki just hit 2 big milestones -- starring in more movies as an adult than as a kid ... and being honest about his childhood demons. We got the former child star -- who became famous as a kid star in "Jerry Maguire" and "Stuart Little" -- in Bev Hills Thursday, and he told us why he decided to open up about the bullying, anxiety and depression he's experienced. Sounds like a huge weight's been lifted off his shoulders. »
- TMZ Staff
With a pair of posts on his Instagram, actor Jonathan Lipnicki has opened up about the anxiety he experienced as a kid after his early fame from 1996’s Jerry Maguire, saying that he was “made fun of relentlessly” when he was young, with people repeatedly telling him that he’d “never book a job again” and one guy in high school calling him a “has-been” in front of an entire class. He says it was “humiliating” and that it made him “feel like garbage every day” to the point where he’d have panic attacks at night because he didn’t know how he’d be able to get through the bullying the next day.
He didn’t share his story to get sympathy, though. He wanted to show other kids that it’s possible to face vicious bullying and still come out on the other side ...
- Sam Barsanti
Lipnicki, who played Renée Zellweger’s son in the film, took to Instagram earlier this week to reveal that he endured years of ridicule from his peers after the initial attention of the famous movie died down.
“As a kid/teen I was made fun of relentlessly by some people who are now even my friends on Fb,” he wrote in the moving post. “I was told I was a has-been and »
- Char Adams
Jonathan Lipnicki is opening up about the aftermath of being a child star, and the unexpected and often painful impact it had on his life.
The 26-year-old actor, who first gained worldwide fame as Renee Zellweger's adorable son in the 1996 romantic drama Jerry Maguire, took to Instagram on Monday to share his experiences with being bullied.
Watch: The Kid From 'Jerry Maguire' Is All Grown Up, Has a Message For His Onscreen Dad
"As a kid/teen I was made fun of relentlessly," Lipnicki wrote. "I was told I was a has-been and would never book a job again. I was made to feel like garbage every day of middle school to the point where I had a panic attack every night before school because I wondered how I would get through the next day."
While Lipnicki's highest profile roles to date came when he was young, he's been working »
After captivating hearts across the globe at the tender age of six, with his role as Renee Zellweger’s adorable son Ray Boyd in “Jerry Maguire”, former child actor Jonathan Lipnicki was exposed to years of bullying in school, leading to a “lifelong” struggle with anxiety and depression The years of torment left the actor riddled with […] »
- Sylvia Ogweng
Jonathan Lipnicki is reminding fans that being a child star isn't all glitz and glamour. More than 20 years after starring in Jerry Maguire as Ray Boyd, the Hollywood star is opening up about the years of bullying he endured after his big-screen project. "As a kid/teen, I was made fun of relentlessly by some people who are now even my friends on Fb. I was told I was a has-been and would never book a job again," he wrote to his Instagram followers this week. "I was made to feel like garbage every day of middle school to the point where I had a panic attack every night before school, because I wondered how I would get through the next day." "In high school, a certain kid »
There’s no question what’s in Samuel L. Jackson’s wallet once you realize that the ubiquitous film star has been in practically every movie.
On Wednesday, Jackson — who is currently promoting Kong: Skull Island — partook in The Late Late Show With James Corden‘s signature “Role Call” segment, which enlists A-list talent to revisit their filmography via green-screen-enhanced reenactments all shot in one take.
In total, Jackson and Corden “recreated” scenes (or, in the case of his work as Nick Fury in the Marvel films, »
Fox’s time-travel comedy Making History hops across centuries to show us the highlights of American history, but a word of warning: If you actually learn anything, that’s purely by accident.
Sunday’s series premiere introduces us to Dan (Adam Pally), a lazy goofball who works in maintenance at a Boston-area college. He has a secret life, though: Using a duffel bag he found among his dead father’s belongings, he’s able to time-travel to any era he chooses. He keeps going back to Lexington around the time of the American Revolution, because he’s found a sweet »
“Table 19” is an under-imagined, overly-pleased-with-itself comedy about half a dozen “colorful characters” who meet while sharing a table at a wedding reception. The premise sounds like it has possibilities (Robert Altman, of course, set an entire movie at a wedding), but the strangers-at-a-table concept turns out to be a thin excuse to cobble together what might have been the pilot episode for a glibly forgettable TV series. This is the sort of movie in which the characters start off telling fibs and tossing off rim-shot jibes, but within 45 minutes they’ve become a makeshift “family” of eccentrics who’ve got each other’s backs. Almost everything that happens in “Table 19” rings cloyingly false. The movie wants to make you laugh and cry, but you may be too busy cringing.
In theory, it should be a redeeming feature that the movie stars Anna Kendrick, whose presence will certainly lend »
- Owen Gleiberman
Time travel is everywhere you look on TV these days — Timeless, Frequency, Legends of Tomorrow, Time After Time — and yet it’s usually of the life-or-death, save-the-world variety. But what if you just want to use your time machine to meet girls and party, man?
That’s the refreshingly lowbrow premise behind Fox’s Making History (premiering Sunday, March 5 at 8:30/7:30c), starring Adam Pally as a modern-day loser who uses a giant duffel bag to travel through time and rearrange past events for his own selfish benefit. Gleefully poking fun at revered historical figures and armed with a supporting cast of alt-comedy all-stars, »
Image Source: Getty / Lee Celano The Oscars have been plagued by obvious race issues since they began in 1929, and things seemingly came to a head with the #OscarsSoWhite discussion a couple of years ago; the overwhelming lack of diversity in nominees in both 2015 and 2016 resulted in Academy president Cheryl Boone Isaacs taking bigger, more noticeable steps to double the number of diverse members in its voting body by 2020. Nevertheless, a black actor (the incomparable Sidney Poitier) wasn't awarded until 1964, and it was only in 2002 that Halle Berry became the first black woman to win a best actress trophy. At this year's ceremony, Mahershala Ali and Viola Davis won for their supporting roles, adding to a pretty short list. So, just how many black actors have won Oscars over the years? Sixteen. A whopping sixteen distinguished, talented people in 89 years. Scroll through to see who they are and learn about the records they've broken. »
- Brittney Stephens
Cuba Gooding Jr. was feeling the love at the 69th Academy Awards in 1997. And for good reason! The then 29-year-old walked away with the Oscar for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for his role in Jerry Maguire, beating Fargo's William H. Macy, Shine's Armin Mueller-Stahl, Primal Fear's Edward Norton and Ghosts of Mississippi's James Woods. From the moment presenter Mira Sorvino announced his name live from inside the Shrine Auditorium & Expo Center, it was clear Gooding would be accepting the award on his own terms. And while he may not have had the longest speech of all time, he did have the longest speech over the show's exit music. After hugging Cruise on his way to the stage, an »
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