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London, December 11: Kate Winslet and her husband Ned RocknRoll welcomed a nine-pound baby boy on Saturday, her spokesperson has revealed.
The 38-year-old Oscar winning actress gave birth to her third child at an NHS Hospital in Sussex, the Mirror reported.
The 'Titanic' star's spokesperson has insisted that the mother and the baby both are doing great.
- Ketali Mehta
Winslet’s rep confirmed that her son was born at an NHS Hospital in Sussex County, but refused to release any further details other than saying that “baby and mother are doing great.”
Winslet has two other children from previous relationships: a daughter, Mia Threapleton, 12, from her first marriage to Jim Threapleton and a son, Joe Mendes, 9, with her second husband, director Sam Mendes.
Winslet has yet to release the name of her new son.
The actress will return to the big screen in Labor Day, set for release January 31.
– Olivia Truffaut-Wong
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Fisher will appear in the Jan. 27 episode as fashion magazine magnate Matilda King in an episode that “has a little Devil Wears Prada feel to it with an Anna Wintour-type character,” series creator Andrew W. Marlowe tells TV Guide Magazine.
When Beckett and her team cross paths with King in the course of investigating a murder, it is revealed that the two women already know each other, »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
Billy Zane and AnnaLynne McCord are getting set to bloody up your house in Scorned, and right now we have a new trailer and more for you cats to dig on. What are you waiting for? The Godzilla trailer or something? Check this out in the interim!
From the Press Release
The Bard once wrote: “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.” Shakespeare, hang on to your plume because you’re about to meet Sadie…
On February 4, 2014, Anchor Bay Films releases Scorned, a story guaranteed to make any man eternally faithful! Directed by Mark Jones, director and writer of the cult favorite Leprechaun series, Scorned will be available for an Srp of $29.99 for the Blu-ra and $24.98 for the DVD. It will also be available On Demand across select cable providers and for digital download across iTunes, Xbox, and Vudu.
Sadie (AnnaLynne McCord; 2nd Place, Fangoria Chainsaw Award for Best »
- Uncle Creepy
Us director credits Leonardo DiCaprio as source of inspiration but looks to make only a 'couple more' films
• Watch the trailer for The Wolf of Wall Street
Martin Scorsese has said he expects to retire after making a "couple more" movies.
Speaking over the weekend at the Marrakech film festival, where he was acting as jury president, the Oscar-winning director also revealed he had been reinvigorated by working with Leonardo DiCaprio on their series of five films. The pair's latest collaboration, The Wolf of Wolf Street, has just been completed in time for an awards season run ahead of the Oscars in March.
"I have the desire to make many films, but as of now, I'm 71 and there's only a couple more left if I get to make them," said Scorsese. He added: "I miss the time when I »
- Ben Child
With two unforgettable trailers out, The Wolf of Wall Street is one of the year's most anticipated movies, and it's also one of the longest. The Martin Scorsese drama clocks in at two hours and 59 minutes, a lengthy runtime even for the most diehard movie buffs. We're no stranger to long movies, and this got us thinking about other crazy-long films, many of which seem to feature one Leonardo DiCaprio. Here's how some films stack up against The Wolf of Wall Street's almost three-hour runtime and some activities that put their lengths into perspective. Titanic: 3 hours, 4 minutes (5 minutes longer than The Wolf of Wall Street) How bad are your teeth? Because this is the time it takes to get four root canals. Cloud Atlas: 2 hours, 52 minutes (7 minutes shorter than The Wolf of Wall Street) You could watch four episodes of Breaking Bad on Netflix and still have »
- Maggie Pehanick
Anchor Bay will release Scorned to Blu-ray and DVD on February 4th and they’ve given us a look at the official trailer:
“Beverly Hills, CA – The Bard once wrote: “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.” Shakespeare, hang on to your plume because you’re about to meet Sadie… On February 4, 2014, Anchor Bay Films releases Scorned, a story guaranteed to make any man eternally faithful! Directed by Mark Jones, director and writer of the cult favorite Leprechaun series, Scorned will be available for an Srp of $29.99 for the Blu-ray™ and $24.98 for the DVD. It will be available On Demand across select cable providers and for digital download across iTunes, Xbox and Vudu.
Sadie (AnnaLynne McCord, 2nd Place, Fangoria Chainsaw Award for Best Actress: Excision) and Kevin (Billy Zane, Titanic, Border Run, Bloodrayne) have decided to spend a romantic weekend together at his lake house. But when an unexpected »
- Jonathan James
Check out a pair of trailers for director Mark Jones’s thriller “Scorned”, starring the girl from that CW TV show, who plays a totally crazy chick, and the other girl from the Starz TV show, who pays her victim. Plus, Billy Zane of “Titanic” fame is in this one, too. The first trailer is for everyone, and features just a little bit of skin. The second trailer is labeled a Red Band, and featured just a little bit more skin, along with some violence, including the possibility of a dog frying in a microwave. Now that’s just cruel. Sadie (AnnaLynne McCord) and Kevin (Billy Zane) have decided to spend a romantic weekend together at his lake house. But when an unexpected – and unfortunate – text from her best friend Jennifer (Viva Bianca) to Kevin reveals a lurid love affair between the two, Sadie spirals into a hunger for revenge that is without mercy. »
This story first appeared in the Dec. 13 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. The Hitmakers Directing a genuine blockbuster doesn't automatically secure awards laurels -- in fact, it can be an obstacle in a season that lavishes praise on "little movies." Still, as both James Cameron (Titanic) and Peter Jackson (The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King) have demonstrated, commercial success can go hand in hand with a directing Oscar. At this point, the box-office champ among 2013's awards hopefuls is Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity. The 3D space odyssey has gone into orbit at theaters around
- Gregg Kilday
FX has released the first viral teaser video for The Strain, the upcoming vampire horror series from Carlton Cuse (Bates Motel) and Guillermo del Toro (Pacific Rim), based upon del Toro and Chuck Hogan's book trilogy of the same name. The teaser aired during the midseason finale of The Walking Dead on Sunday evening, and you can check it out below...
The Strain stars Corey Stoll (House of Cards) as Dr. Ephraim Goodweather, a scientist at the Cdc who is investigating a mysterious viral outbreak bearing the hallmarks of vampirism, which rapidly spreads, leaving mankind in a fight for survival. Also featuring in the cast are David Bradley (Game of Thrones), Kevin Durand (Fruitvale Station), Mia Maestro (Alias), Jonathan Hyde (Titanic), Sean Astin (The Lord of the Rings), Richard Sammel (Inglourious Basterds), Doug Jones (Hellboy) and Robert Maillet (Pacific Rim).
The Strain is set to begin on FX next year. »
- Gary Collinson
Mumbai, Dec 4: If all goes as planned, Hollywood star Leonardo DiCaprio, whose latest film "The Wolf of Wall Street" releases in India on Christmas day, may visit the country's entertainment capital in the first month of the new year.
"His visit is likely to be a part of a different strategy, by way of which the "Titanic" star will meet some of India's promising entrepreneurs," a source from the film's distribution team in India, told Ians.
"Leonardo sincerely believes that the character on whose life the film is based is a huge role model for the youth of today in terms of enterprising skills.
The film follows. »
- Shiva Prakash
Top 10 Duncan Bowles 4 Dec 2013 - 06:45
Duncan salutes his personal choice of the 2013 action movies that deserved just a little more love...
This article contains spoilers for each of the films mentioned. Not necessarily big ones, but you might want to steer clear of The World's End entry if you've not seen that.
2013 has been a great year for action. We’ve had multiple comic book heroes fighting it out on the big screen, with Thor and Iron Man continuing Marvel’s run of great movies, the return of the R-rated antics of Kick-Ass and at long last an F-bomb loaded, bloody incarnation of The Wolverine (though it’s worth pointing out that the unrated edition in the UK only comes with the 3D version of the home release, a trend I hope doesn’t continue).
From a sci-fi angle, we’ve had robots fighting monsters in Pacific Rim and »
As any Tumblr account holder may know, the fact that Titanic star Leonardo DiCaprio hasn’t yet won an Oscar is something you can make many, many Gif sets out of. As a long-time fan of his, I think it’s really sad he hasn’t been given the honour of placing a golden statuette on his mantelpiece – but The Wolf Of Wall Street may be about to change that.
The Wolf Of Wall Street, based on the life of scoundrel banker Jordan Belfort and directed by living legend Martin Scorsese, debuted to SAG voters and several critics this weekend, with reports surfacing that the film received a rapturous reception. Described as ‘Scorsese’s Satyricon’, the film has ‘put Scorsese right back in the thick of the Oscar race, if Academy members, particularly older ones, can deal with the almost non-stop parade of sex, drugs, nudity and rock and roll’. Sounds like fun! »
- Jazmine Sky Bradley
The best metaphor for the music industry in 1998 comes from the biggest movie of that year, Titanic (which, coincidentally, had the best-selling album of that year with its nine-times-platinum soundtrack). It’s the “King of the World” moment, when Leonardo DiCaprio stands at the bow of the ship, arms outstretched, cocky and hopeful, unaware that his dreams are about to be torpedoed by an iceberg. Picture music execs on that bow, flush with corporate coffers and boy-band revenues, largely oblivious that this was the beginning of the end: From 1999 to 2009, album sales would drop in every year but one.Napster, the peer-to-peer file sharing service — and the music industry’s most commonly cited iceberg — would debut in 1999. But the biz had already suffered a tear in its hull: President Clinton's Deregulation of Telecommunication Act of 1996, which allowed for the consolidation of media outlets. By 1998, Sony, »
- Mary Kaye Schilling
The sinking of the Titanic is a event that, with its horrific, escalating sequence of mistakes and massive loss of life, has captured the imagination of pretty much everyone who’s lived in the 101 years since it sank. Dramatisations, on the large and small screen, have played a big part in this, turning the tragedy into an emotionally unifying melodrama, without losing any of the tragic effect. Obviously James Cameron’s epic (and in many ways definitive) film version that swept the Oscars and the box office played a big part in that, but even before then, particularly in the decades directly following the disaster, there’s been a multitude of movies that have looked at Titanic in one way or another.
And why not? With the obvious class divide, present in both the ship’s design and pushed to the fore in its sinking, and Titanic herself serving as »
- Alex Leadbeater
A source told E! News that Kerr, who split from husband Orlando Bloom last month after three years of marriage, seemed to be having a great time with the 39-year-old actor, Contactmusic reported.
The insider said that the pair came with a bunch of friends and were overheard talking about going out the night before.
The eyewitness at the eatery said that the 30-year-old model was with two girl pals and sat across from the 'Titanic' star, although the pair didn't appear. »
- Ketali Mehta
The above photo — in which the Titanic actor poses for the camera while being held up by his running buddies, magician David Blaine and actor Lukas Haas, during New York's Fashion Week — opened New York magazine’s 1998 Leonardo DiCaprio cover story, but was actually taken in September 1995, circa Romeo + Juliet, when professional party photographers could still get lively, free-spirited shots of a 21-year-old Leo in the wild. By the time James Cameron’s blockbuster arrived a couple of years later, all that had changed. Here, as part of Vulture’s weeklong coverage of fame in the year 1998, New York nightlife photographer Patrick McMullan tells the tale behind the picture (his story involves hailing the actor a limo) and laments the onset of Leo Mania. “After that, you couldn’t get him for a shot like this,” he says. “He’ll do the red carpet for his movies, but you can »
- Patti Greco
Right up until its premiere on December 19, 1997, Titanic was expected to be the biggest disaster since the actual ship went down. (The CGI-laden movie, which was wildly over its original budget, got bumped from summer to winter.) Instead, the James Cameron film spent a ridiculous fifteen consecutive weeks at the top of the box-office charts, eventually blowing past Star Wars to become the highest-grossing release of all time, a record it held until Cameron’s Avatar displaced it twelve years later. Because of Titanic's unprecedented reach, its impact on popular culture was immediate and enduring. Not only did the film made household names of its young stars Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio, it embraced marketing opportunities by packaging every possible aspect of the film for sale: the historical research, the legendary production process, the clothes, the jewelry, the music, the actors. And the film greatly benefitted from a new »
- Gwynne Watkins
The hit soundtrack to the year 1998 — which we’re celebrating all this week — is filled with stalwarts: Janet Jackson, Aerosmith, Mariah Carey, Will Smith, and Celine Dion (the Titanic soundtrack was the best-selling album of the year) all had huge singles. It was also a year that introduced a rash of new acts who would go on to dominate the charts for years to come, like boy bands Backstreet Boys and ’N Sync, as well as Britney Spears, Destiny’s Child, and Usher. But a more entertaining measure of the musical landscape of a particular year can be found by revisiting its one-hit wonders. Who gave us the “Macarena” of 1998? Here are 15 artists responsible for ear worms we couldn’t shake, the songs with the nonsense lyrics that always seemed to be playing whenever we went to the drugstore or drove to the mall. (Preemptive note to protective »
- Maris Kreizman
June SquibbHaving recently seen Nebraska a second time (full review coming), I'm more confident that Alexander Payne favorite June Squibb (who played Jack Nicholson's wife in About Schmidt) can ride her scene-stealing laughs in the new film to a nomination. The film opened yesterday in limited release and though the Oscar attention is all on Bruce Dern at the moment, that could well change since the film is endearing on more than just the Dern-level.
August Osage County and Jennifer Lawrence trivia after the jump »
- NATHANIEL R
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