In & Out (1997)
The avalanche of stories about predatory behavior in Hollywood and beyond continues. In the past few days alone reports have come to light about news anchor Charlie Rose, Disney head and Pixar co-founder John Lasseter, and Congressman John Conyers. They, of course, join the dozens of other celebrities and public figures who have been publicly accused of sexual harassment or misconduct in recent weeks.
As more accounts of harassment and abuse surface, individuals and organizations are fighting back against rape culture, Fox VP Claire Schmidt, The Swedish Film Institute, Women In Animation, and Raising Films among them.
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The auction of the Star Wars 9 plot was part of HBO's Night of Too Many Stars, which was held to benefit Next for Autism. Jon Stewart was hosting the event and, at one point, he decided to bring J.J. Abrams out on stage to offer up this special opportunity. Then the bidding started. Things
If you're looking forward to the launch of Xenoblade Chronicles 2 on the Nintendo Switch in just a few weeks, this morning brought some new details on the game, including insight into the new world we'll be exploring and how combat has changed:
Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is next in the series following the original acclaimed RPG that launched for Wii in 2012. This sequel features new characters and worlds, with an expanded battle system that will still feel familiar to fans of the first game. In Xenoblade Chronicles 2, Blades are artificial lifeforms that bond with Drivers to lend them their weapons and powers in battle. Main character Rex is a Driver and Pyra is a Blade.
In and out of battle,
Back in the mists of 2009, in the opening scene of the film Bruno, the fashion-obsessed Austrian-accented title character, created and played by Sacha Baron Cohen, and his decorative female colleague posit that autism was “so cool at ze moment” because “it’s funny”. Therefore, it falls into the “in” column on Bruno’s In and Out list (unlike poor chlamydia, which was “out”).
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This year’s event will take place on Oct. 27 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Referring to his role in “Mary Poppins,” Van Dyke said, “I appreciate this opportunity to apologize to the members of BAFTA for inflicting on them the most atrocious Cockney accent in the history of cinema.”
“We are absolutely thrilled to have the opportunity to honor the iconic Dick Van Dyke at this year’s British Academy Britannia Awards,” said Chantal Rickards, CEO of BAFTA Los Angeles. “We truly are in a golden age of television and we couldn’t think of a better way to recognize this than by celebrating someone who was at the forefront of making it the global medium that it has become. We look forward to his acceptance speech in whatever accent he chooses
The next time you settle in for an hour (or ten hours if you’re binging, no judgment) of feuding families, fit in a little leg burn with this cone-based circuit workout that trainer Luis Badillo Jr. put together for Reebok.
“If you’re sitting on the couch for hours you’re not doing anything to improve yourself,” Badillo tells Reebok. “I’m always active, on my feet, up and about and doing something.
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Paris-based Other Angle Pictures is racking up sales on its body-swap comedy In And Out, about lovers who wake up to a surprise after a night of passion.
The film has sold to Switzerland (Jmh), Russia (Capella), Latin America (Alebrija Entertainment), former Yugoslavia (2i Film), Taiwan (Creative Century), and Poland (Monolith Films) with negotiations underway for Italy, Spain and Germany.
Louise Bourgoin (pictured) and Stéphane De Groodt star as the body-swap lovers and Universal Pictures International will open In And Out in France on September 20.
Other titles proving popular on Other Angle’s feel-good, comedy-skewed slate include Don’t Tell Her, about a group of girlfriends whose web of little white lies catches up with them.
Other Angle was a producer and the film has gone to Canada (Axia), Spain (Vercine), Poland (Canal+), Switzerland (Jmh), Turkey (Fabula), and Austria (Thym Film).
Tom Selleck joined Kathie Lee Gifford on the NBC morning show Wednesday, where the two reminisced about their lip-locking moment on Live! With Regis and Kathie Lee 20 years ago.
"Regis got into me kissing Kevin Kline," the 72-year-old actor shared, referencing his lip-lock with the actor in the 1997 film, In and Out. "Regis wouldn't quit and you kind of saved me, you said, 'What the hell?' and you planted one on me."
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"That shut Regis up, which is, as you know, almost impossible," he joked. "Remember, I sent you flowers?"
"It was a good kiss," Gifford agreed, suggesting, "Let's do it again!"
"It was a good," Gifford agreed, suggesting, "Let's do it again!"
Watch the video below to see the funny moment.
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“I felt the show wasn’t true to the characters,” he says of ABC’s sitcom, which ran for 16 episodes. “There was a purity in each character that was vital. I felt that purity was being moved around to areas that didn’t feel right.” Though he feels that everyone involved “did the very best they could,
Oz, 72, started his career as a puppeteer when he met Jim Henson at 19, and he went on to become a successful director of such comedic hits as “What About Bob?,” “In and Out,” and “Bowfinger.” He got the idea for his latest movie from his wife, Victoria, a business consultant, who thought the close camaraderie he shared with his co-workers is rare — proof that business culture can still be fun.
Oz shot the conversation some years ago,
Paris-based sales agent Other Angle has boarded Gabriel Le Bomin’s Second World War drama Our Patriots about real-life Senegalese resistance fighter Addi Bâ.
Marc Zinga plays Bâ, who was nicknamed “der schwarze terrorist” (the black terrorist) by the Germans for his role in a French resistance division operating in the Vosges in eastern France.
Louane Emera, who shot to fame in the role of the talented musical daughter Paula Belier in box office hit La Famille Belier, and Alexandra Lamy are also in the cast as the women who helped hide Bâ from the Germans. Further cast members include Pierre Deladonchamps.
Other Angle chief Olivier Albou says the film is in a similar vein to Rachid Bouchareb’s Days Of Glory.
“There aren’t that many films looking at the role Africans played in fighting the Germans and none, as far as I know, about black resistance
The ranking of the portraits are based on a combination of the star power wattage of the subjects, the artistic results and the difficulty of landing the quarry…for those budding smart-phone-celebrity-stalkers who may wish to play along at home. So without further adieu, I present my top 20 celebrity portraits of 2016.
20. Peter Bogdanovich
Filmmaker Peter Bogdanovich
Photo credit: Joe Arce of Starstruck Foto for HollywoodChicago.com
Here’s to Peter Bogdanovich, who apart from Woody Allen is one of my all-time favorite directors.
In the early stretches of “The Eavesdropper,” Cluzet plays a mild-mannered bookkeeper who’s punctual, obsessive-compulsive, and just needs a job to give his life order, as he confesses at AA. Cluzet builds up so much empathy with the spectator that when he’s offered employment transcribing phone conversations for a covert surveillance organization and is trapped in its machinations and murders, the spectator is utterly caught up, too.
Produced by Hamé and Ekoué, “Paris Prestige” packs prestige partners: Haut et Court, which produced Cannes Palme d’Or winner “The Class” and the French original TV series “The Returned,” co-produces and distributes in France, bowing the film on Feb. 22; Memento Films International, which sold “The Class,” Asghar Farhadi’s films and “Winter Sleep,” another Palme d’Or winner, handles international sales.
Hamé and Ekoué are no rookies. Hamé studied cinema at the Tisch School of the arts at New York University, and with
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