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Jake Lloyd, the 26-year-old actor who played the young Anakin Skywalker in "Star Wars: The Phantom Menace" and Arnold Schwarzenegger's son in "Jingle All the Way," has been arrested in South Carolina. The actor was driving in Charleston, when Sheriff's deputies began pursuing him, which quickly escalated into a chase that went on for miles, into another county. Deputies say Lloyd began passing cars on the double yellow line and began driving recklessly, at high speeds. He eventually lost control of his car, running off the road, through a fence and into a wooded area where the car struck several trees. Lloyd was arrested for reckless driving, failure to stop, resisting arrest and driving without a license. He's currently in custody. »
Jake Lloyd, who appeared as a child playing young Anakin Skywalker in 1999’s “Star Wars” prequel “The Phantom Menace,” has been arrested in South Carolina after leading police on a high-speed car chase, Colleton County authorities have confirmed.
Lloyd was driving in Charleston, S.C., when police attempted to pull him over. Lloyd then led authorities on a chase that went on for miles and ended when Lloyd lost control of his vehicle and crashed into trees.
The 26-year-old was arrested under the name Jame Broadbent with charges of failure to stop at a blue light and resisting arrest. He is currently in custody awaiting bond.
In a recent interview, however, Lloyd revealed that he left the film business for good, saying his “Star Wars” fame ruined his childhood and »
- Alex Stedman
Jake Lloyd, the actor who played the young Anakin Skywalker in "Star Wars: The Phantom Menace," was arrested, TMZ has learned, after an insane car chase that ended when Jake plowed into some trees. Cops say Lloyd was driving in Charleston, South Carolina, when Sheriff's deputies began pursuing him. The chase was underway and it went on for miles, into another county. Deputies say Jake began passing cars on the double yellow line and began driving recklessly, »
- TMZ Staff
There are good Arnold movies. There are bad Arnold movies. Then there are the Arnold comedies. As a mild career revitalization, Arnold Schwarzenegger became a comedic lead in the '90s, headlining yuk fests of sorts like Twins, Jingle All the Way, Junior and Kindergarten Cop. As Hollywood has started making their way remaking, rebooting or sequelizing Arnold's past projects, it looks like the comedies are next in line, with a remake of Kindergarten Cop in the works. And maybe a TV series too. Unlike most of these reports, we do know whose on board to write and direct this new project. Don Michael Paul, an actor who also helmed hits like Half Past Dead, Who's Your Caddy and Jarhead 2: Field of Fire, will direct, and he works from a screenplay by American Pie writer David H. Steinberg. It should be noted this production comes from Universal's 1440 Entertainment, »
- Will Ashton
Arnold Schwarzenegger's filmography is a strange beast – full of iconic science-fiction flicks (The Terminator), lightweight comedies (Kindergarten Cop) and superhero disasters (Batman & Robin). Watching a career montage is a surreal experience, and the actor made that happen during Tuesday's episode of The Late Late Show, joining host James Corden to re-enact some of his most famous – and infamous – scenes and lines.
Schwarzenegger opens the above clip by channeling his breakout role, the title adventurer in 1982's Conan the Barbarian, but the timeline turns nonlinear – moving from the always quotable »
Obviously, this meant we got to hear the action hero repeat some of his most iconic one-liners, including "get to the chopper!" and "it's not a tumour".
Finally, the duo teamed up for Terminator 2: Judgment Day with a burst of "hasta la vista, baby".
Happy Birthday, Kristen Stewart! In honor of the actress' 25th birthday this week -- as well as her new movie, Clouds of Sils Maria, arriving in theaters this Friday -- we put together this tribute. Check it out. 10 Things You May Not Know About Kristen Stewart Kristen Stewart was born on April 9, 1990, to stage manager John Stewart and script supervisor Jules Mann-Stewart, whose credits include Jingle All the Way and Crank: High Voltage. Here’s what Kristen...
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