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Mary-Kate Olsen is taking longer than a New York minute to plan her wedding. Engaged since early 2014, the Elizabeth and James designer and her fiance, Olivier Sarkozy, will finally tie the knot next summer, a source reveals in the new issue of Us Weekly. “They’re leaning toward a June event in the Hamptons,” says the source of the posh Long Island region about 90 miles from the couple’s $13.5 million New York City apartment. Olsen and Sarkozy, who proposed with a 4-carat vintage Cartier diamond ring [...] »
At just 12 years old, Anna Kendrick was already a bona fide star! Sure, she may have come a long way since her early days as a child star on the Broadway stage, but the beloved actress has seen her name in lights way longer than a New York minute. Want the proof? Well, check out the above photo of a young Miss Kendrick at the Tony Awards back in June of 1998. The pre-teen was nominated for her role as Dinah in the hit High Society—making her the third-youngest Tony Award nominee, no less—and even nabbed a Theatre World Award for her eye-catching performance. And while many actors who start at an early age may hit some turbulence on the way to adulthood, there seems to be no stopping the »
Get ready for an Olden twins reunion as Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen are in talks to appear in the reboot of 'Full House'. John Stamos announced the 90s show's return on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' last night, revealing it will be called 'Fuller House' and will be comprised of 13 episodes to be shown on Netflix in 2016. Although the multi-millionaire leaders of the fashion and Dualstar empire haven't acted together since 2004's 'New York Minute', there's still hope that they could appear on 'Fuller House'. According to the show's official release, the 28-year-old twins are currently "in discussions regarding guest appearances" as Michelle Tanner, the shared role that kick-started their career aged just nine months. The confirmed cast returning are Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, Andrea Barber, Stephanie Tanner, Kimmie Gibbler and Stamos as Uncle Jessie. 'Fuller House' continues form where 'Full House' left off, »
Chalk it up to a bad joke?
Hangover star Justin Bartha seemed to do everything in his power to embarrass Jill Martin during her interview for A New York Minute on Sunday, when the two chatted courtside at the Knicks and Cavaliers basketball game. After Martin asked him which of the 2015 Oscar nominees for Best Picture was his favorite, he quickly turned the talk to the reporter's alleged "obsession" with American Sniper's Bradley Cooper.
"You gotta stop texting me about him by the way," Bartha told her. "I know he's sexy, and he's great, but it's enough already."
Video: Bradley Cooper Wows Crowds at 'Hangover III' Premiere
After Martin denied it with a laugh, Bartha refused to drop it.
"He has asked about you once and I shouldn't have told you that because now you're obsessed and you're always asking me about Bradley," he continued.
And that's when things started getting a little uncomfortable.
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Awkward interviews aren't very fun for reporters, but they're great for viewers! Hangover star Justin Bartha stopped to chat with Jill Martin for A New York Minute during Sunday's Knicks and Cavaliers basketball game, and it didn't take long before things got a little weird. After a sudden arm-around-the-shoulders move by Bartha (which prompted an oh from Martin), the show host asked the actor which nominee for Best Picture was his favorite. And that created the perfect segueway to talking about Bradley Cooper (and ultimately making it all about him and Jill's alleged "obsession"). "My favorite movie—I haven't seen all the movies because I just had a kid so I »
Think an NFL owner wants to see one of his players fight in an Mma match? Hell No ... so says NY Giants honcho Steve Tisch who says there's No Way he'd let one of his stars get into the octagon. Of course, the topic came up thanks to New England Pats star Chandler Jones ... who says he wants to fight his big bro, Ufc champ Jon Jones, in a 1-round charity match. But Tisch says »
- TMZ Staff
Chris Pratt has brushed off rumours of him rebooting the Indiana Jones series, but did admit it would be "awesome".
According to Comicbook.com, the Guardians of the Galaxy actor spoke about the idea as he received the Hasty Pudding Man of the Year award and took part in a comedy roast at Harvard University.
Rumours of a Disney revival of the movie series following the adventurous archaeologist emerged after the studio bought film rights from Paramount.
Pratt, who will soon appear in Jurassic World, declared that playing Indiana Jones would be an "awesome opportunity".
During the roast, references were also made to Pratt's appearance at Boston's Christopher's Haven in character as Star-Lord as part of his Super Bowl bet with Chris Evans.
Pratt revealed he planned to continue making charitable appearances in character, »
Chris Pratt is apparently being considered to lead a possible Indiana Jones revival from Disney.
The studio is currently at work on developing a new Indiana Jones movie after buying film rights from Paramount, reports Deadline.
Pratt has emerged as the leading candidate to take over from Harrison Ford in the proposed revival, although highly-placed sources suggested that a deal is far from done.
Disney has not issued any comment on reports of an Indiana Jones revival.
Rumours of a new Indiana Jones movie have swirled since the release of Kingdom of the Crystal Skull back in 2008.
Ford has expressed willingness to portray globe-trotting archaeologist Indiana Jones again, saying in 2013 that he would sign for a sequel in "a New York minute".
The actor will »
8 items from 2015
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