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Benedict Cumberbatch is the latest star to be in Vogue.The actor talks about Everything going on in his meteoric rise in the acting world, and the newly engaged star also talks about the coming film “Black Mass” where Johnny Depp will roll out his “Blow” Boston accent again for his character, Beantown’s most wanted felon, Whitey Bulger, filmed in a part of Boston that quite frankly is getting a little tired of being typecast by Hollywood outsiders.“Black Mass” is based on a non-fiction book by two former Boston Globe reporters, Dick Lehr and Gerard O’Neill, about th ecomplex relationship between […] »
- April Neale
Movie and reality star Jennifer Gimenez will be wearing the finest Ross dresses for her next fancy event ... because all her good stuff has been stolen.Law enforcement sources tell TMZ ... the "Blow" actress came home to her L.A. home Monday afternoon and found her front window wide open and the screen thrown to the ground.Sources close to Jennifer say that she went inside and, to her horror, found several rooms torn apart and $20,000 worth of jewelry, »
- TMZ Staff
American Honey Wild Turkey Bourbon has spooktacular cocktails that will get you in the Halloween spirit. With the blend of smooth honey in each taste, these will surely be your new favorite holiday treats. If you’re in the NYC area, live on the wild side and enjoy these cocktails at Harlem Tavern, whose beverage director helped create the creepy concoctions. This is so much better than trick or treating.
Below are the tasty treats, what you need and how to whip them up.
Trick or Treat (pictured above)
3/4 oz. American Honey
1/4 oz. 79 Gold Caramel Spirit
Pour the American Honey into a shot glass. In a shaker with two ice cubes, combine whipped cream with a few drops of orange food coloring until you get the desired color. Shake a few times, just enough to combine the food die with the whipped cream. Pour the orange whipped cream on top of American Honey. »
- Taylor Ferber
Penélope Cruz was named as Esquire's Sexiest Woman Alive, and there's really no need to explain why; the Spanish actress has made a name for herself in Hollywood with roles in films like Blow, Nine, and Vicky Cristina Barcelona (for which she won an Oscar in 2010), and she never fails to heat up the screen with her steamy brand of dark, moody sex appeal. Of course, Penélope's most beloved roles at the moment are as a mother to Leo and Luna and wife to husband Javier Bardem. In honor of Penélope's big title, we've rounded up some of her hottest moments on the beach, the red carpet, and beyond. Scroll through to see them all now! Source: Bauer-Griffin Online, INFphoto.com, FameFlynet »
Annabelle a prequel to the hugely popular film The Conjuring is in full promotion mode in this new TV spot. One of the few horror films in October to get a full theatrical release Annabelle will hit theaters on October 3 2014. Annabelle Wallis (Peaky Blinders) Alfre Woodard (Primal Fear) Ward Horton (The Wolf of Wall Street) Tony Amendola (Blow) Eric Ladin (Cursed) and Brian Howe (Gran Torino) will star in the film. John Leonetti the cinematographer of The Conjuring is directing from a script written by Gary Dauberman. »
"The Blacklist" is one of the hottest shows on TV right now, and it's racking up some seriously cool guests to prove it. The drama, which stars James Spader as an ultra-smooth criminal nicknamed Red who decides to turn himself in to the FBI for his own mysterious reasons, will feature none other than Paul Reubens as a well-dressed criminal named Mr. Vargas in at least two episodes next season.
Exec producer Jon Bokenkamp told Entertainment Weekly, "It can't get strange enough for me. One of the most fun things is being able to write for actors who I've admired and think are interesting and try to play against expectations. I think this will be a fun one. I'd say he's gonna shake things up a bit when he enters Red's orbit." We'll always love Reubens as Pee-Wee, but we can't get enough of him in dark roles like this. »
- Jenni Miller
This story first appeared in the Aug. 22 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. Paired on the wall of Frank Smith's Walden Media office in Beverly Hills are posters for Blow, the Johnny Depp cocaine thriller, and family stalwart The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. They are fitting choices for the man whom conservative billionaire Philip Anschutz has entrusted with taking Anschutz Film Group and its Walden label in a distinctly new direction. Known for family-values fare, Walden now wants to be a major studio co-financier of a diverse film slate — including
- Pamela McClintock
Though there are some spoilers sprinkled throughout this piece for some of the films, they are largely vague for readers who have not seen the films in question.
In his book Nixonland: The Rise of a President and the Fracturing of America, journalist Rick Pearlstein posits that Nixon, one of history’s most reviled presidents, manipulated social trends, tense racial crises and even war to assume the office, and, perhaps inadvertently, created the way the Right and Left deal with each other in the present day. The scars of the seventies indeed still hang like a dark cloud over Washington, its internal systems ravaged by covert bugging operations and illegal payoffs. With Edward Snowden’s Nsa revelations and Wikileaks at the forefront today, America has once again regressed into paranoia, though nothing in contemporary cinema compares to the violent, bleak reactions filmmakers had to the Watergate scandal. The occasional modern conspiracy thriller, »
- Kenny Hedges
Vulture Peter Dinklage's high school yearbook folder -- Mullet!
The Wire a definitive ranking of Tom Cruise's leading ladies post-Kidman
Mnpp Bradley Cooper gets the hose again
THR ewww, Forrest Gump is going IMAX for a 20th anniversary rerelease. 'and that's all i have to say about that'
Above Average every superhero movie (by which they mean mostly Spider-Man) in one take
Critic Wire smart piece re: the ongoing story / speculation of why film critics are losing their jobs
- NATHANIEL R
Prepare for more tales of cocaine pure as the driven snow -- George Jung penned a sequel to "Blow" during his almost 20-year prison stint ... and his people say Hollywood's already knocking. The classic film starring Johnny Depp was inspired by Bruce Porter's 1993 book about Jung's life ... but we're told that was only a fraction of Boston George's cocaine adventures.A rep for Jung says his new book, entitled "Heavy" ... will detail more of »
- TMZ Staff
Rainmaker Award – Lupita Nyong'o
The It Girl of the past season’s awards race, the Kenyan actress (pictured) burst onto the international scene with her charismatic feature debut in “12 Years a Slave,” winning the supporting actress Oscar alongside multiple other trophies. Nyong’o, who recently starred in the thriller “Non-Stop,” is also the creator, director, editor and producer of the documentary “In My Genes.”
Shining Star Award – Emma Roberts
The 23-year-old actress with a famous aunt (they co-starred in “Valentine’s Day”) made her movie debut opposite Johnny Depp in 2001’s “Blow.” Since then she’s racked up such eclectic credits as “Nancy Drew,” “Hotel for Dogs,” “We’re the Millers,” current release “Palo Alto” and TV’s “American Horror Story.”
Nova Award – Evan Rachel Wood
Coming from an acting family and in the business since she was 5, Wood says she felt “predestined” to act. Since her breakout role »
- Iain Blair
George Jung's tragic relationship with his daughter was the emotional core of the Johnny Depp movie "Blow" -- and TMZ has learned he's already reconnected with her since getting out of prison. In the film, the infamous drug smuggler never sees his daughter Kristina Jung while in prison -- outside of that heartbreaking ending scene -- but Jung's rep tells us he and Kristina started to reconcile in the past couple of years. We're told »
- TMZ Staff
George Jung arrived in San Francisco on Monday night to move into a halfway house ... but tells us the Massachusetts native dined on a hometown favorite before his flight.As TMZ first reported, Jung -- the prolific cocaine smuggler portrayed by Johnny Depp in the movie "Blow" -- was released from prison yesterday after serving nearly 20 years behind bars."Boston George" -- who looks good for having spent two decades behind bars -- told a »
- TMZ Staff
When you think of Kendall and Kylie Jenner, do you think of blood and chainsaws? Well, you might after watching their promo video for the upcoming MuchMusic Video Awards. Solange Knowles and Rachel Roy reportedly avoided each other at the Cfda Awards. Rachel's reported flirtations with Jay Z at the Met Gala were allegedly the reason that Solange attacked Jay in an elevator at an afterparty. In related news, 50 Cent said that Beyoncé once "jumped off a ledge" to confront him about his supposed beef with Jay. Watch Rihanna and Anna Wintour "exchange" text messages about fashion. Yes, they include Emojis. Cocaine smuggler George Jung was released from prison after serving almost 20 years behind bars. He was the real-life inspiration for Johnny Depp's character in Blow. Two 12-year-old girls stabbed their friend 19 times to impress Slender Man, a fictional Internet meme character. The victim was reportedly "one millimeter away from certain death" but survived, »
- Alyse Whitney
The infamous smuggler Johnny Depp played in the movie “Blow” is free again after flooding America with endless piles of primo cocaine ... and spending nearly 20 years in the pokey. So that's awesome--ly horrible? Umm ... drugs are bad. Depp's cool though. Read more »
- TMZ Staff
George Jung Released
Jung, 71, was scheduled for release in November of this year. However, for reasons unknown, he was released from the Fci Fort Dix in New Jersey several months early. Now that he’s out from prison, Jung is being sent to a half-way house on the West Coast, reported TMZ. There, he’ll be aided in transitioning back into society after a pair of decades behind bars.
During the 70s and 80s, Jung was regarded as one of the largest movers of cocaine. At one point, it was believed he was responsible for nearly 90% of the cocaine brought into the United States.
Describing his high-rolling life before the major bust, Jung said it was as though he was a “coke star” comparable to other celebrity types. »
George Jung -- the prolific cocaine smuggler portrayed by Johnny Depp in the movie “Blow” -- has been released from prison after serving almost 20 years behind bars -- and TMZ has a pic of his first moments of freedom. Jung (now 71-years-old) was doing time at Fci Fort Dix in New Jersey and was supposed to be released in November ... but for some reason the ex-drug smuggler got out early.For those of you who »
- TMZ Staff
The Tribeca Film Festival announced its jurors for this year’s event, which runs from April 16-27. The list includes Toni Collette, Lake Bell, Whoopi Goldberg, Catherine Hardwicke, Heather Graham, Anton Yelchin, Paul Wesley and 26 other leaders of the filmmaking community.
In addition to the Festival’s main competition juries in seven categories, Tribeca named Delia Ephron, Natasha Lyonne, and Gary Ross to select the second annual Nora Ephron Prize, which awards $25,000 to a female writer or director.
Click below for the entire list of jurors, with biographical information courtesy of the Tribeca festival:
World Competition Categories
The jurors for »
- Jeff Labrecque
A new viral video in promotion of the Aussie chiller Patrick (review) is here to make a real mess of things. Look for the flick in theatres and on VOD This Friday, March 14, 2014. Check it out, or we will force you to telepathically!
When a young nurse begins work at an isolated psychiatric ward, she quickly becomes fascinated with Patrick, a brain dead patient who is the subject of a mad scientist’s cruel and unusual experiments. What starts as an innocent fascination quickly takes a sinister turn as Patrick begins to use his psychic powers to manipulate her every move and send her life into a terrifying spiral out of control.
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- Uncle Creepy
Once upon a time, Johnny Depp played human characters. He revealed his natural features to create recognizable roles in movies like What.s Eating Gilbert Grape, Donnie Brasco, Chocolat and Blow. Then there are "The Tim Burton Years," followed by the various Pirates of the Caribbean movies (of which a fifth, Dead Men Tell No Tales, is in the works). Transcendence looks like a return to the former titles, with Depp avoiding the white-faced makeup yet choosing to hide behind Another device in what looks like a twisty, techno-narrative. He plays Dr. Will Caster, whom the studio describes as "the foremost researcher in the field of Artificial Intelligence, working to create a sentient machine that combines the collective intelligence of everything ever known with the full range of human emotions." We.re not exactly sure what all of that means, but we know that it makes him the target of »
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