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A photographer has filed a police report against Olivier Martinez over an alleged clash outside a Hollywood restaurant.
The unnamed snapper filed the complaint with authorities on Friday, accusing the Unfaithful star of backing into his car and threatening to hurt him.
According to Eonline.com, a sheriff's deputy arrived at the scene to question the star and the couple later left in separate vehicles. »
Is Halle Berry's new man a little bit of a hothead? A photographer filed a police report against Olivier Martinez Friday afternoon after accusing the Unfaithful actor of backing into his car and then threatening to hurt him outside a West Hollywood restaurant, sources tell E! News. Sacrebleu! Martinez and Berry apparently went to lunch at Mirabelle on Sunset Boulevard after the alleged incident occurred. A sheriff's deputy arrived at the scene and went inside to talk to the couple without addressing any reporters outside. He did not answer any questions on his way out, either. Then Martinez walked out, hopped in his car and zoomed out of the parking lot. Berry left separately, »
Halle Berry made her first public appearance with her reported new boyfriend, ‘Unfaithful’ actor Olivier Martinez, on October 23 at the Carousel of Hope charity gala in Beverly Hills, Popeater.com is reporting. The Academy Award-winning actress was “inseparable” from her ‘Dark Tide’ co-star, and the two were seen laughing and smiling all night. The couple met over the summer while filming the thriller, set to be released next year. It tells the story of a deep-sea diver, played by Berry, who faces her fears. The news comes after Berry ended her five-year relationship with Canadian model Gabriel Aubry, with whom she has a two-year-old daughter, Nala, in April. Aubrey made headlines [...] »
The Monster's Ball beauty held hands with French hunk Martinez as they posed for pictures at the Carousel of Hope event in Beverly Hills, making their first official outing since becoming romantically involved while filming Dark Tide in South Africa over the summer.
An eyewitness tells UsMagazine.com the stars were "inseparable" at the bash, while Unfaithful actor Martinez was "constantly leaning in and whispering in Halle's ear, making her laugh".
And the couple appears to be getting serious - Berry reportedly introduced Martinez to her mother, Judith, earlier this month.
Berry split from model Gabriel Aubry, the father of her daughter, in April. Martinez previously dated pop star Kylie Minogue. »
Weekend Box Office
1Jackass 3D$50 million2Red$22.5 million3The Social Network$11 million4Secretariat$9.5 million5Life as We Know It$9.2 million6Legend of The Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole$4.2 million7The Town$4 million8My Soul to Take$3.1 million9Easy a$2.6 million10Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps$2.3 million#1#2#3#4#5#6#7#8#9#10
There were some big surprises at the box office last week as the new romantic comedy Life as We Know It, which was supposed to debut at the top of the charts only took second place. Instead, David Fincher's The Social Network held strong and took the number one spot for a second week in a row. But this weekend the "Facebook Movie" had a tough time retaining its top position against two highly anticipated new movies, Red starring Bruce Willis, which is based on the popular comic book and Jackass 3D, the final film in the big screen trilogy based on the groundbreaking MTV reality series. »
Predicted Weekend Box Office
1Jackass 3D$28.1 million2Red$22.5 million3The Social Network$10.8 million4Life as We Know It$7.9 million5Secretariat$7.8 million6Legend of The Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole$4.4 million7The Town$4.2 million8My Soul to Take$3.1 million9Easy a$2.6 million10Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps$2.3 million#1#2#3#4#5#6#7#8#9#10
Last weekend, most Hollywood insiders predicted that Katherine Heigl's new romantic comedy Life as We Know It would take the top spot at the box office. But the movie came up short and failed to find as large an audience as was expected. While David Fincher's The Social Network held the number one spot for the second week in a row. The "Facebook Movie" will have stiff competition this weekend from two highly anticipated new movies, Red starring Bruce Willis, which is based on the popular comic book and Jackass 3D, the final film in the big screen trilogy based on the groundbreaking MTV reality series. »
By Scott Mendelson
HollywoodNews.com: A handful of new releases were not enough to dethrone the buzzy and generally terrific ‘founding of Facebook’ drama “The Social Network” from the top spot this weekend. Dropping a measly 30%, the David Fincher picture grossed $15.5 million in its second weekend. With a ten-day total of $46 million, the Aaron Sorkin-penned picture is still firmly locked in its status as Oscar front-runner. The much-discussed film (‘is it accurate?’ ‘is it sexist?’ ‘is it a defining piece of generational cinema?’) is quickly become a must-see motion picture, which bodes well in the coming weeks as the rest of the month is filled with horror titles. Barring unknown variables, “The Social Network” should stand as the water-cooler picture and the second-choice for general moviegoers at least until the holiday season.
- Scott Mendelson
HollywoodNews.com: Walt Disney’s PG-rated horse racing drama “Secretariat” came in under its $15 million estimate, putting speculation on the film’s prospects heading into award season.
“Secretariat” tells the story of a housewife, played by Diane Lane, as she propels a horse to be the 1973 Triple Crown winner. The film cost $35 million, so it’s not likely that Disney will lose its shirt; not to mention the film bowed in the teen million range of other Lane films like “Unfaithful” and “Nights in Rodanthe.”
However, the film has put Disney marketing executive Mt Carney in the hot seat. She recently dropped the ball on Mouse House bomb “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” which made $63 million at the domestic B.O. off a $150 million budget. Carney comes from a consumer marketing background and the Hollywood Reporter gave her the third degree recently. Disney’s had lofty prospects for “Secretariat” at the B. »
Weekend Box Office
1The Social Network$15.5 million2Life as We Know It$14.6 million3Secretariat$12.6 million4Legend of The Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole$7.01 million5My Soul to Take$6.9 million6The Town$6.3 million7Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps$4.6 million8Easy A$4.2 million9Case 39$2.6 million10You Again$2.4 million#1#2#3#4#5#6#7#8#9#10
While David Fincher's The Social Network took the top spot at the box office last weekend as predicted, the big surprise was that Cloverfield director Matt Reeves's much-talked-about new film, Let Me In, didn't even crack the top five and only earned about $5.3 million in its debut. This weekend three new films have entered the box office race all trying for that coveted number one position. The new crop of movies include, the romantic comedy Life as We Know It starring Katherine Heigl, the Disney film Secretariat and the Wes Craven movie My Soul to Take.
Repeating in the top spot this »
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Berry and Martinez were reunited in Los Angeles on Thursday after a week apart and she took Martinez to meet her mother, Judith.
A source tells People.com, "It was a big deal that Olivier got to meet Halle's mom. It shows that they are getting more serious."
Later, the pair visited French Art gallery Marcelita L'Art et Le The in West Hollywood to socialise with pals. »
Predicted Weekend Box Office
1Life as We Know It$15.5 million2The Social Network$13.4 million3Secretariat$13 million4My Soul to Take$9.1 million5Legend of The Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole$7.2 million6The Town$6.4 million7Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps$5.5 million8Easy a$4.7 million9You Again$3.3 million10Let Me In$1.7 million#1#2#3#4#5#6#7#8#9#10
As predicted last week, David Fincher's The Social Network took the number one slot, as well as the praise of most critics. But the big surprise last weekend was that Cloverfield director Matt Reeves's new film Let Me In, which was supposed to give the "Facebook movie" a run for it's money, didn't even crack the top five and only earned about $5.3 million. This weekend will see three new movies entering the charts, including the romantic comedy Life as We Know It, the Disney film Secretariat and the horror movie My Soul to Take, which are all sure to »
Walt Disney Pictures new sports film Secretariat, which opens on October 8th, is based on the true story of the Triple Crown winning racehorse. The film stars Oscar nominees Diane Lane (Unfaithful), John Malkovich (In the Line of Fire) and James Cromwell (Babe), as well as Dylan Walsh (Nip/Tuck), Kevin Connolly (Entourage), Nelsan Ellis (True Blood), Fred Dalton Thompson (Die Hard 2: Die Harder) and Scott Glenn (The Hunt for Red October). We recently had a chance to sit down and speak with actors John Malkovich, Kevin Connolly and Nelsan Ellis as well as director Randall Wallace about the new film, the true story its based on and the beauty of horseracing. To watch our exclusive interview please click on the video clip below.
Exclusive: Cast & Crew Interview Featurette
Based on the remarkable true story, Secretariat chronicles the spectacular journey of the 1973 Triple Crown winner. Housewife and mother Penny »
Chicago – Two of the Oscar-nominated stars of Disney’s “Secretariat” breezed through Chicago last month as both Diane Lane and John Malkovich sat down for entertaining one-on-ones about their inspirational drama from director Randall Wallace (the Oscar-winning writer of “Braveheart”). Lane plays Penny Chenery, the owner of the legendary horse who faced discrimination and even an non=supportive family in her quest for the Triple Crown in 1973. Malkovich takes on the role of Secretariat’s eccentric trainer Lucien Laurin.
HollywoodChicago.com: Is there a different obligation in playing someone who you know is going to see your performance? What kind of different responsibility does that place on you as an actress?
Diane Lane: It’s sentimentally something that I will carry forward the rest of my life. I don’t know. It’s very surreal. Of course, I’m getting ready to play Penny and I’m »
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Weekend Box Office
1The Social Network$23 million2Legend of The Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole$10.8 million3Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps$10.1 million4The Town$10 million5Easy a$7 million6You Again$5.5 million7Case 39$5.35 million8Let Me In$5.3 million9Devil$3.6 million10Alpha and Omega$3 million#1#2#3#4#5#6#7#8#9#10
There were some big surprises at the box office last week as Zack Snyder's Legend of The Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole fell short of its predicted number one debut and was upset by the return of Michael Douglas's Gordon Gekko in Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. But with three new movies entering the box office race this week including the Oscar-worthy film The Social Network and the highly anticipated horror flicks Let Me In and Case 39, Mr. Gekko definitely had some trouble trying to stay on top of the charts for a second week in a row.
Debuting at number one this week »
Peter Bradshaw on the French New Wave figure who out-Hitchcocked Hitchcock with his hypocrisy-exposing suspense thrillers
For 30 years after the death of Alfred Hitchcock, the French film-maker Claude Chabrol near single-handedly kept alive a genre that without him might have become a museum piece, like the musical or the western: the icily elegant suspense thriller. The existence of these tense dramas depended largely on a strict set of social codes, a strong sense of order and a buttoned-up bourgeois society within which the idea of crime is unthinkable.
Yet the genre's dramatic charge depends not merely on the chill of transgression, but on the realisation that with sufficient ruthlessness, or ingenuity, or social privilege, some crime or psychopathic outrage might be concealed and fester, unseen, for ever.
Perhaps it is telling that Hitchcock was an Englishman; Chabrol found something in French society that was highly congenial to the suspense genre, »
- Peter Bradshaw
Amid reports the pair's six-year marriage was in trouble and the actor was dating Grindhouse co-star Marley Shelton, Brolin and Lane packed up and took off to Europe, and Unfaithful star Lane admits it was a vacation she never wanted to end.
She tells Ladies Home Journal, "There is nothing more liberating than blowing out of town in a rental car. Most people expect you to be in a limo, wearing sunglasses and a designer dress, but there I was with my bare feet up on the dashboard, painting my toenails, popping crackers and watching the world go by.
"Most of the time we didn’t have a plan. We would just find a hotel - one star, two stars, three stars, it didn’t matter. It’s the moments like those when you marvel at the simplicity of life." »
Diane Lane has been a respected force in Hollywood for over 30 years, but the Oscar-nominated actress (for 2002's "Unfaithful") -- who got her start at the age of 14 in the 1979 movie "A Little Romance" -- says the early fame was incredibly overwhelming.
"I wanted to hide like a mouse under a chair until it passed," Diane told Ladies Home Journal for its October 2010 issue. "It was like I was standing there and got hit by a lightning bolt. My fame was not earned."
The star of movies including "Under the Tuscan Sun" and "Nights ...
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They've been spotted together in Paris, kissing, and in London, holding hands, but just who is this new man in Halle Berry's life, Olivier Martinez? Born in Paris of French and Spanish-Moroccan heritage, the 44-year-old has costarred with an international roster of stars (to Americans, he's probably most recognized for his role in 2002's Unfaithful, with Diane Lane and Richard Gere) and has been linked to some of the world's most beautiful women, including Juliette Binoche and singer Kylie Minogue. But here are some things that may surprise you about the sexy Martinez, who left school early to launch a career. »
- Peter Mikelbank
Halle Berry gets rid of one hot guy (Gabriel Aubrey) and promptly gets a new one. And predictably, the replacement is her costar.
In a scene that looked right out a romantic movie, Halle was spotted making out with her "Dark Tide" costar Olivier Martinez in a doorway in the Left Bank of Paris. They roamed a flea market hand-in-hand during the day and ate a romantic dinner at Casa Bini.
"It was the classic 'I'm going to kiss you here in a dark corner' move," an onlooker tells People of their back alley action.
The new couple has just finished shooting their action thriller about killer sharks in South Africa. Directed by John Stockwell, this one's about a diving instructor who returns to the ocean where she had a near fatal attack with a Great White Shark.
In our book, this movie already has three things going for it. »
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