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Unlikely ‘buddy movie’ The Other Woman is celebrating its UK release date with new stills from the film. The Other Woman sees Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann and Kate Upton become friends in order to get back at the man who is cheating on all three of them. With Game of Thrones‘ Nikolaj Coster-Waldau playing the leading man not just content to cheat on his wife but on his girlfriend too, surely some comeuppance is in store for the charmer.
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- Amanda Keats
Producers are Richard Salvatore (“The Big Wedding”), David E. Ornston (“Blonde Ambition”), Mike Marvin (“Atlas Shrugged Part 1”) and Alan Saretsky through his All For One, One For All Entertainment banner.
Cassavetes and Marvin will polish the script, written by Saretsky about his own story of going from the streets of New York City to a rogue broker taking Wall Street by storm.
Salvatore and Ornston are repped by Paradigm.
- Dave McNary
So cute! Eva Mendes opted for a chic '60s look in her polka-dot shift dress last night. The actress stepped out (without her hunky boyfriend Ryan Gosling, ugh!) to attend the She's So Violet dinner honoring Elizabeth Taylor in Los Angeles. Mendes paired her adorable dress with a peach-colored clutch and oversize costume jewelry. But just because she wasn't draped on the arm of her leading man doesn't mean they're not still together! The famous duo, which hasn't been spotted together in several months, has been at the center of rumors that they've split. But E! News debunked the breakup rumors just last week after photos surfaced of The Notebook actor »
It only took two episodes of Star-Crossed for someone to utter the line we’d all been waiting for (and secretly hoping would kick off the pilot): “We’re from two different worlds.” To be fair, in Star-Crossed’s case, that is an accurate statement. Emery is from Earth and Roman is from Atria, a planet we know little about other than that it’s dying and yet somehow superior to Mars. Intergalactic drama, amirite?
But in watching Roman pull the “different worlds” card, I couldn’t help but be transported back to the second episode of The O.C. »
- Samantha Highfill
Exclusive: In his TV directing debut, The Notebook helmer Nick Cassavetes is set to direct the opening hour of ABC‘s 10-episode drama Astronaut Wives Club, recently picked up for summer with straight-to-series order. The project, from Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage’s Fake Empire, Michael London’s Groundswell Prods and ABC Studios, was written by Savage based on Lily Koppel’s novel. It tells the real story of the women who stood beside some of the biggest heroes in American history during the height of the space race, with JoAnna Garcia Swisher set as one of the leads. Fake Empire’s Savage, Schwartz and Len Goldstein executive produce with Groundswell’s London and Janice Williams. Cassavetes recently wrote and directed indie Yellow, with’ latest feature, comedy The Other Woman starring Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann and Kate Upton, opening in April. »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
20th Century Fox
One of the biggest dangers an actor can face is that of being type-cast. If an actor is well known and liked in a certain role, casting directors may get the actor to appear in a similar role so as to repeat the past film’s success over and over again. Many actors have been critically derided for playing the exact same role continuously in every single film so as to be branded as “just playing themselves”. If there’s one actor that is never type-cast because he plays so many different roles, it’s James Marsden. He’s not a big movie star by any means, but he has all the makings of one: he’s a good-looking and talented actor that oftentimes gets sidelined in favour of other “stars”.
The sad part about it is that nobody ever cares about him because of other people that steal his thunder. »
- Philip Clarke
It's been months since Ryan Gosling made a public appearance, and just when we thought we couldn't handle the drought any longer, he popped up in La! Ryan peered over a gate at Eva Mendes's house on Wednesday, cracking that smile we've been waiting for. We did get a dose of his infectious smirk in a clip from a new project earlier this month, though we have to say the real thing is even better. After Ryan and Eva hadn't been seen together for several months, the rumor mill started churning out stories about a breakup. Then, during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in mid-February, Eva made an eyebrow-raising Ryan reference; when Ellen asked Eva about her Valentine's Day plans, the actress replied, "I'll probably just order a deep-dish and watch The Notebook or something and just cry, weep." Seeing as how a guy doesn't usually hang out at his ex-girlfriend's house, »
- Nick Maslow
If you’re looking for a romantic movie to watch over Valentine’s Day weekend, you can get seven of them in the recently released Nicholas Sparks Limited Edition DVD Collection, which, for the first time, unites Safe Haven, The Lucky One, Dear John, Nights in Rodanthe, A Walk to Remember, Message in a Bottle, and The Notebook. Sparks chatted with EW about some of their signature moments, the challenges of topping sex scenes, why the ending of Safe Haven really shouldn’t have shocked you, and what’s next.
Entertainment Weekly: The adaptations of your novels always include what »
- Mandi Bierly
I have my mother to thank for a lot of things — my hair, my love of purses, my fear of camel crickets, my existence, and most of all, my judgmental qualities when it comes to on-screen kisses. When I was but a teen, I remember sitting on my couch watching Ryan and Marissa’s first kiss on The O.C. I had no idea my mother was standing in the corner of the room until I heard, “Oh My God! That is the best kiss Ever!!” Suddenly, I had to rewind the scene to see what the heck she was talking about. »
- Samantha Highfill
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Nicholas Sparks has created an empire from the hopeful yet tragic loves stories you read on vacation or watch after too many bottles of wine. Like Nancy Meyers, whose films always incorporate droolworthy decor, location is key. And Sparks’ films are almost exclusively set on the coasts of North or South Carolina–a nod to his adopted home of New Bern, Nc. Over the years numerous titles have been adapted from breezy beach reads into sugar-coated love stories with a male and female lead much too beautiful to be of this Earth.
Some stand out: The Notebook has become required viewing for any female and/or person with a beating heart, while Miley Cyrus‘ transformation from Disney girl to Twerk Queen included a pit stop in a role Sparks created just for her. But do all Nicholas Sparks novels-turned-blockbusters include letter-writing or a devastating illness in the final act? »
- Emily Exton
Eva Mendes Shuts Down Pregnancy Rumors
“It all started because I didn't want to go through the scanners at the airport. You know, those X-ray scanners, which are really creepy," Mendes told Ellen DeGeneres.
"They basically see you naked, right? And not only that, but there's a radiation aspect to it, so I always opt out,” the actress and girlfriend of Ryan Gosling added. “I always ask for a personal pat-down. I don't mean in person, I meant in private because they can take you. Ladies, I want you to know that they can take you in private, they can take you into an area."
DeGeneres did her best to trip up the The Place Behind the Pines actress. "Good idea. Good idea. That's »
The Notebook is the latest movie to fall victim to Cinema Sins.
These include Noah (Gosling) conveniently finding estranged love interest Allie (Rachel McAdams) in the same location where he gives up looking for her, Allie's interfering mother inconceivably hoarding 365 letters for seven years, and accusations of ripping off film classics such as It's a Wonderful Life and The Princess Bride.
Cinema Sins also takes issue with the film's title, pointing out that at no point in the film is there any reference to a notebook.
The YouTube channel has previously mocked a number of blockbuster movies, including the Harry Potter series and last year's Man of Steel. »
During an appearance on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show', when the sultry actress was asked about her plans for Valentine's Day, she said that she's not a big V-day person and will probably end up ordering in and watching Gosling starrer 'The Notebook', ABC News reported.
The 'Ghost Rider' star also laughed off pregnancy rumors, explaining that it all started because she didn't want to go through those "really creepy" X-ray scanners at the airport.
The brunette beauty added. »
- Arun Pandit
Los Angeles, Feb 13: Actress Eva Mendes says she isn't a big fan of Valentine's Day celebrations, but she said she may spend time watching romantic movie "The Notebook", which stars her beau Ryan Gosling.
The 39-year-old made an appearance on the "The Ellen DeGenres" show Wednesday and said that her Valentine's Day would involve watching the 2004 film, reports dailymail.co.uk.
"I'm not a big Valentine's Day person," she said, before adding: "I'll probably just order a deep dish and watch The Notebook or something."
Mendes started dating Gosling in 2011 when they filmed "The Place Beyond The Pines". There have been. »
- Shiva Prakash
With rumors swirling about a split from Ryan Gosling, Eva Mendes decided to take a lighthearted approach when asked about her Valentine’s Day plans. While on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the actress joked that she’ll be ordering pizza and watching The Notebook on V-Day. Hey, some of us will actually be doing just that! [Us Magazine] Comedy legend Sid Caesar has died at 91. His brand of sketch comedy ruled the early days of television, and he’s also credited with launching the careers of Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner, and more. [Variety] Who knew that Muppets were into haute couture? Miss Piggy has apparently summoned Vivienne Westwood to design her wardrobe for Muppets Most Wanted, including a wedding dress. »
- Rahsheeda Ali
Eva Mendes poked fun at rumors of a split with her long-time love Ryan Gosling during the Feb. 12 episode of ‘Ellen.’ ‘The Other Guys’ star made it very clear that she and Ryan are anything but broken up. Check out the video below!
Eva Mendes, 39, was full of jokes about rumors of her and Ryan Gosling‘s supposed break on Ellen on Feb. 12, telling Ellen that she and Ryan were anything but separated. She even went as far as to reveal her and Ryan’s Valentine’s Day plans!
Eva told Ellen that her Valentine’s Day plans would involve watching the 2004 romantic flick The Notebook — which stars Ryan — and “weeping.” Eva added that she is “not a big Valentine’s Day person,” adding, “I’ll probably just order a deep dish and watch The Notebook or something… just cry and weep. »
When asked how she was spending Valentine's Day, Eva responded, "I'm not a big Valentine's Day person. I'll probably just order a deep dish and watch The Notebook or something."
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The 2004 Nicholas Sparks' book-turned-movie stars Ryan, 33, and his ex Rachel McAdams, 35, and follows the emotional love story of a couple as they grow old together. Eva added jokingly of her Valentine's Day, "[I'll] just cry, weep."
Ellen followed up that question by asking the 39-year-old actress if she wanted to address the rumors that she's pregnant. "No! ...But, this all started ...it's so ridiculous. Because it all started because I was didn't want to »
How does Eva Mendes celebrate Valentine's Day? Let's just say it involves boyfriend Ryan Gosling in a rather unique way. The actress poked fun at the rumors surrounding the couple's alleged breakup and the report that she was pregnant when she dropped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show for an interview that will air on Wednesday. When asked what her plans were for V-Day, Eva said, "I'm not a big Valentine's Day person. I'll probably just order a deep dish and watch The Notebook or something and just cry, weep." While Eva was careful to not name her famous other half, she did directly address the reports that she is with child and explained how the whole thing came about. Watch the interview to hear Eva's side of the story. Source: Michael Rozman/ Warner Bros. »
- Maria Mercedes Lara
Eva Mendes knows exactly why people think she might be expecting with her longtime beau Ryan Gosling. "It all started because I didn't want to go through the scanners at the airport. You know, those X-ray scanners, which are really creepy," Mendes explained to Ellen DeGeneres on Wednesday's The Ellen DeGeneres Show. "They basically see you naked, right?" said Mendes. "And not only that, but there's a radiation aspect to it, so I always opt out. I always ask for a personal pat-down. I don't mean in person, I meant in private because they can take you. Ladies, I want »
- Andrea Billups
Ellen DeGeneres just put Eva Mendes in the hot seat!The actress appears on Wednesday's episode of Ellen's talk show -- where she's grilled about some Internet speculation that she and boyfriend Ryan Gosling are expecting a baby together."I personally think this is ridiculous because I have rumors about me all the time that I sometimes address, sometimes I don't," DeGeneres said. "But, there's a rumor that you're pregnant. You want to address the rumor at all?"Lucky for us, she did. Check out the video above to see why the speculation started in the first place -- and what she said about being knocked up!As for the actress' Valentine's Day plans, she will definitely be spending it with Ryan."I'm not a big Valentine's Day person," she admits. "I'll probably just order a deep dish and watch "The Notebook" or something."While an Excellent movie, watching your »
- tooFab Staff
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