6 items from 2015
He added that "the stress became unbearable" prior to his exit, and was subsequently forced to accept that the 'Perez problem' was not going to go away.
But Alexander is not the only disgruntled celebrity housemate to voluntarily leave, and we doubt he'll be the last.
Some, like Claire King, withdrew from the show due to illness, while others have been removed by producers.
But can you remember some of the former CBB stars »
Liam Neeson’s career has come full circle. After his acting debut in 1978, at a commanding 6’4” Neeson found a niche for himself in action flicks like Excalibur, Krull and even Darkman in 1990 before transitioning into the seriously dramatic roles he was synonymous with throughout most of the 90s and early 2000s: Husbands and Wives, Schindler’s List, Nelland even as Jean Valjean in the non-musical Les Miserables. Sure he dabbled in action and blockbusters along the way, but Neeson was reborn as the latest action hero in 2008 with his role in the sleeper hit Taken.
Spawning not one but two sequels, Taken launched the next chapter in the Irish actor’s career and leading to roles in The A-Team, Battleship, and his latest offering Non-Stop, which flies into Cineplex theatres on Friday. In Non-Stop, Neeson once again takes charge of the action as an air marshal who must spring into »
- Rachel West
He just turned 40, and Bradley Cooper is looking better than ever.
The actor is one of 39 stars highlighted in W Magazine’s special “Movie Issue,” profiling the year’s best acting performances.
Bradley, who is being featured for his role as Navy Seal sniper Chris Kyle in American Sniper, stripped down for his spread inside the mag – shielding himself by holding a pair of cream colored slacks over his legs with a matching jacket over his shoulder.
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Bradley opened up to W about preparing for his latest movie, telling the mag, “On Uso tours, I went to bases in the middle of nowhere in enemy territory. I was with the soldiers in their barracks, and I really got a sense of it.”
On his cover, he’s a tad more clothed wearing the white pants with a pair of suspenders over his shirtless chest. Other stars featured »
Bradley Cooper has posed semi-nude in a surreal shoot for W Magazine's special movie issue.
In the image taken by Tim Walker, Cooper is covered in chalky white powder while holding up a pair of cream Louis Vuitton trousers to protect his modesty. He models a matching Vuitton blazer across his shoulder while standing in front of a pair of white J.W. Anderson platform shoes.
On the cover, the star is pictured tilting his head to the side while wearing the off-white trousers with a pair of braces and his hair slicked back.
Speaking about his part as former Navy Seal Chris Kyle, known as the most successful sniper in Us military history, he told the magazine: "I had advantages in making a film about the Iraq war.
"On Uso tours, »
Even if “American Sniper” missed out on Golden Globe nominations, it still emerged as one of the big winners of the holiday season. Clint Eastwood’s drama about Navy Seal Chris Kyle has grossed a stellar $2.2 million since it opened in only four theaters on Christmas, and the Warner Bros. release expands on Jan. 16.
The Oscar best-actor race is especially overcrowded this year, but as ballots are due on Wednesday, voters should take a look — if they haven’t already — at Bradley Cooper’s career-best performance. It’s a transformation that had Kyle’s widow Taya in tears the first time she saw the film, and she’s been talking about how Cooper captured her husband’s essence. In the last few weeks, many actors, including Ben Affleck, Jane Fonda, Julia Roberts and Jonah Hill, have also been singing Cooper’s praises.
To play Kyle, Cooper spent six months working out 4.5 hours a day, »
- Ramin Setoodeh
Liam Neeson is back in Cineplex theatres this week reprising his role as ex-cia agent Bryan Mills in Taken 3, opening on Friday. The 6’4” Irish giant has grown into an action hero as of late thanks to movies like Taken, The A-Team, and The Grey, even though we’ll always have a soft spot for his more dramatic roles in Kinsey, Michael Collins and as widower Daniel in the dramedy Love Actually, just to name a few. We’ve been big fans of Neeson since way back in the 80s in movies like The Bounty and in Suspect where he plays a deaf-mute homeless man defended by attorney Cher when he is accused of murder. Sounds intriguing, right? And of course, who can forget his defining role as Oskar Schindler in 1993’s Schindler’s List.
Are you a fan of Liam Neeson? Test your Neeson knowledge in our quiz below! »
- Rachel West
6 items from 2015
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