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Hilary Duff has posted the first picture of her baby on twitter. The singer-and-actress shared an image of two-week old son Luca Cruz's feet on the social networking site, saying he has her "favorite little feet". Hilary - who has Luca with husband Mike Comrie - has also returned to her exercise regime, taking up pilates and leaving her young baby with her mother. Hilary added on twitter: "Did a little Pilates today.Felt so good to stretch!Little man had a visit with grandma and did so well! I'm lucky to have my fam so close :)(sic)" The 24-year-old beauty - who is best known for starring in TV series 'Lizzie Maguire' as the titular character - has previously said on twitter she was in love with her baby boy and was surprised she had got through the birth. She wrote: "He is the most wonderful, sweet, adorable baby. »
Hilary Duff shared the first picture of Luca Cruz Comrie today! She gave birth to the baby boy just two weeks ago, and expressed her excitement over his arrival on Twitter. Hilary also showed off a snap of Luca's little feet yesterday, and this afternoon she gave her fans another sweet peek at her son with Mike Comrie. Hilary is already getting back to working out after welcoming her first child. On Saturday, she tweeted "20 minutes on the elliptical seems like an eternity!!!" and yesterday added "Did a little Pilates today. Felt so good to stretch! Little man had a visit with grandma and did so well! I'm lucky to have my fam so close." View Slideshow › »
- Lauren Turner
Hilary Duff has posted the first picture of her baby on twitter. The singer-and-actress shared an image of two-week old son Luca Cruz's feet on the social networking site, saying he has her 'favorite little feet'. Hilary - who has Luca with husband Mike Comrie - has also returned to her exercise regime, taking up pilates and leaving her young baby with her mother. Hilary added on twitter: 'Did a little Pilates today.Felt so good to stretch!Little man had a visit with grandma and did so well! I'm lucky to have my fam so close :)(sic)' The 24-year-old beauty - who is best known for starring in TV series 'Lizzie Maguire' as the titular character - has previously said on »
I was recently alerted to the fact that Frank Borzage's 1937 masterpiece Big City is finally available on DVD in the Us, thanks to Warner Archive's Luis Rainer Collection. As such, I've pulled from Notebook's Archive of the Unpublished an unfinished piece I worked on some time ago on this terrific film, gleaned, as you will see from the images, from Turner Classic Movies in France (ignore the subtitles—the images were chosen for the images, not the words on them). It's not particularly finished or even unified and it's more description than anything else, but I hope it inspires you to see this film.
A fan of director Frank Borzage has to be a bit of a patient crate-digger, finding his films as they pop up in rare retrospectives (7th Heaven, not-so-rare on the Old Film Circuit, but the rest are sporadic) or unexpectedly on Turner Classic Movies, which »
Jeremy and his wife needed a few extra days, but they finally settled on a name fit for a celebrity baby. Jeremy Sisto and his wife Addie Lane joined a list of celebrity parents giving their child a unique name. But the proud parents didn't take all the credit for their newborn son's given moniker. "Little man finally told us his name; Bastian Kick Sisto," Jeremy tweeted on March 21. Only a week old, and the little guy's already making his own choices! Bastion's parents welcomed their son on March 15 and quickly took advantage of the baby-naming extension at the hospital. "My wife is stressed about [naming him], but I’m hoping something magical happens… that makes me thinks, 'Oh, well of course this is supposed to be his name,'" the 37-year-old actor shared on Live! With Kelly. Looks like the magic finally struck. Little Bastion will join his two-year-old sister, Charlie-Ballerina, »
- HL Staff
Another offbeat baby name joins the ranks of Kal-el and Blue Ivy: Jeremy Sisto revealed the name of his newest addition Wednesday (March 21) night -- Bastian Kick.
"Unnamed boy is healthy as is Mom. Thanks for your wishes," Sisto tweeted two days later.
Then Wednesday, he tweeted the little one's moniker, "Little man finally told us his name; Bastian Kick Sisto."
Bastian joins the couple's also-uniquely-named 2-year-old daughter, Charlie-Ballerina. »
The couple welcomed Bastian to the family on March 9, announcing the birth on Twitter.
"Don't tell my wife I had two glasses of wine while she had an epidural," the 37-year-old actor joked at the time. "Just bought a teddy bear to give to my daughter 'from' her new-born ...
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Jeremy Sisto named his daughter Charlie Ballerina -- so when he announced his wife gave birth to a son last week, we were dying to find out if his name would be just as unique.It is.The "Suburgatory" star and wife Addie Lane revealed their son's name last night on Twitter, writing "Little man finally told us his name; Bastian Kick Sisto." Yep, Bastian Kick.So far, no word on what the name's significance is. "The NeverEnding Story" reference perhaps?Check out more celebrity kids with crazy names in the gallery above. Read more »
- tooFab Staff
What's in a name? If you're Jared Padalecki and Jeremy Sisto, plenty. The two actors, who both welcomed sons within the past week, took a little extra time to lock down monikers for their kids by holding off until after the little ones entered the world. Well, the birth certificates are now complete—so what are the tiny tykes' names? "Little man finally told us his name," Sisto tweeted on Wednesday night. "Bastian Kick Sisto." Definitely a unique choice and, as one of the Suburgatory star's followers pointed out, reminiscent of the lead character in the movie The NeverEnding Story. Meanwhile, Supernatural's Padalecki and his wife opted for »
"Unnamed boy is healthy as is Mom. Thanks for your wishes," he Tweeted two days later, adding "Don't tell my wife I had two glasses of wine while she had an epidural."
But late last night Jeremy Tweeted the official naming announcement.
"Little man finally told us his name; Bastian Kick Sisto," he wrote.
Images of The NeverEnding Story immediately flew into my head as if Falkor had delivered them himself! Whether or not Jeremy's son is named after the lead character in the children's classic is kind of irrelevant, since that's all anyone is going to think about. In fact, the first name is such an attention getter, you almost overlook the fact his middle name is Kick. Almost...
Oh Really, Alicia?
Update: “Little man finally told us his name: Bastian Kick Sisto,” the actor Tweets.
Originally posted March 14: Jeremy Sisto is a dad again!
“Unnamed boy is healthy as is Mom. Thanks for your wishes,” Sisto Tweeted, jokingly adding, “Don’t tell my wife I had two glasses of wine while she had an epidural.”
Sisto, 37, announced in December that Lane was expecting their second child, who joins big sister Charlie-Ballerina, 2½.
“Just bought a teddy bear »
Each week within this column we strive to pair the latest in theatrical releases to worthwhile titles currently available on Netflix Instant Watch. This week we offer alternatives to 21 Jump Street, Jeff Who Lives at Home and The Kid With a Bike.
In theaters this Friday a star-studded comedy based on a TV drama will face off against an indie dramedy starring TV comedians, and a tender yet tough coming-of-age drama out of Cannes. But if this isn’t enough to satisfying your craving for cop capers, quirky comedy and touching foreign features, we’ve got you covered with a selection of the best titles Now Streaming.
Like your cops crass and comedic?
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A terrifying announcement to most I’m sure, Marlon Wayans should not be in charge of anything, but someone has decided to do just that. Having featured in a number of his brother Keenan Ivory Wayans dreadful atrocities, (the lowest being Little Man surely), Marlon will co-direct (alongside Mike Tiddes) a spoof of the ‘found footage’ genre. Shooting on Smart Ass has just gotten under-way with Essence Atkins set to headline.
It seems an eternity since Wayans gave a brilliant performance as heroin addict Tyrone, in Darren Aronofsky’s Requiem For A Dream. Roles in Dungeons & Dragons, Norbit and Dance Flick have become painful to watch but hits with the Scary Movie franchise and White Chicks have become critic-proof at the box-office, going on the gross millions. Still for us men, the aforementioned unfunny disasters are the closest some of us have come to experience the pain of childbirth.
- Craig Hunter
Marlon Wayans is currently shooting his directorial debut on a "found footage" movie, called "Smart Ass," that's a spoof of such horror films as "Paranormal Activity" and "The Devil Inside." Mike Tiddes is co-directing the new film with Wayans, who also stars in it with Essence Atkins ("Are We There Yet?). Regular Wayans collaborator Rick Alvarez (Little Man, White Chicks) is on board to produce. It's not clear if this will somehow affect "Scary Movie 5," which is supposed to hit theaters on April 20th. That obviously won't happen. »
Variety is reporting that Essence Atkins from the TBS show Are We There Yet? will be joining Marlon Wayans in his independent found footage spoof Smart Ass, which Wayans will be co-directing with Mike Tiddes.
Currently filming in Los Angeles, Marlon Wayans' directorial debut will spoof recent horror films like Paranormal Activity and The Devil Inside Me with regular Wayans' collaborator Rick Alvarez (Little Man, White Chicks) producing with Lisa Blum.
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Variety is reporting that Essence Atkins from the TBS show "Are We There Yet?" will be joining Marlon Wayans in his independent found footage spoof Smart Ass , which Wayans will be co-directing with Mike Tiddes. Currently filming in Los Angeles, Marlon Wayans' directorial debut will spoof recent horror films like Paranormal Activity and The Devil Inside Me with regular Wayans' collaborator Rick Alvarez ( Little Man , White Chicks ) producing with Lisa Blum. Atkins previously appeared with Wayans in Paramount's spoof comedy Dance Flick , directed by Wayans' nephew Damien Dante Wayans. (Photo credit: Nikki Nelson / WENN.com) »
Before I launch into how bad "Ioenscopade" is -- and truly the depths of that will be examined for years -- please consider the following facts:
1) I am holding back since it is a small off-Broadway production of a decidedly unusual piece.
2) I have a finely honed sense of the absurd, both as a fan of Ionesco, and as the mother of teenagers; one of whom has taken to self-orthondontistry and the other who is an actor.
3) I was rooting for this.
That said and cutting every conceivable amount of slack, the most charitable thing I can say is that the costume designer, Nicole Wee, has a great eye and a fine sense of color and millinery.
When Geoffrey Rush brought "Exit the King" to Broadway in 2009, we saw how truly funny the truly absurd can be. But even I, who relishes the absurd -- I watch not only all »
The queen of pop's film about the Duke and Duchess of Windsor ignores the evidence, dismissing allegations of Nazi sympathies and recasting the needy Edward as a brooding hunk
Entertainment grade: D+
History grade: D–
Despite its critical panning, not everything about W.E. is terrible. The costumes are very nice. Andrea Riseborough gives a decent performance as Wallis – though admittedly the brittle, self-conscious dialogue is better suited to her character than to anyone else's. W.E. interweaves the story of the king and Mrs Simpson with the tribulations of a fictional New Yorker, Wally Winthrop (Abbie Cornish), who is obsessed with Wallis. She attends the 1998 auction of the Windsors' belongings at Sotheby's, hallucinating Wallis's ghost as she idly fondles a pug-shaped cushion. Meanwhile, her marriage to a nasty »
- Alex von Tunzelmann
I had no idea what to expect when I received Shut Up Little Man! in the mail. I'd heard that it was good, but I didn't bother seeking out any other information on the film. It was a film that very well could have slipped through the cracks for me, but thankfully it arrived in a package of review discs, and I'm glad I've gotten a chance to see it. Shut Up Little Man! is a film that grows on you and the ideas in the film plant seeds that bloom long after the film is over. What seems like a simple film about a couple of guys who argued loudly could mean so much more to the person who chooses to explore. The Tribeca »
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