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Penelope Cruz stepped out of the creative box for ‘Elle’ magazine’s November cover. She kept it extremely simple and revealed what it’s like to be a leading lady in Hollywood. Keep reading to find out what she had to say!
Penelope Cruz, 39, posed makeup free for the November cover of Elle magazine — and we Love it! Here at HollywoodLife.com we love when celebrities bare all, and we find them even more beautiful when they do. Penelope revealed Exclusively what it’s like to have her job — You can find out what she said below!
Penelope Cruz Without Makeup — Bare-Faced For ‘Elle’ Magazine
Penelope Cruz can add yet another accomplishment to her wall! She was celebrated in Elle’s annual “Women in Hollywood” issue, on the November 2013 cover.
Focusing solely on her genuine beauty — Penelope bared only her flawless face, showcasing her beautiful brown freckles. Her hair was slick and undone, »
- HL Intern
In the upcoming November issue of ‘Elle,’ their annual Women in Hollywood edition focuses on four very different actresses’ experiences working in the film industry: Reese Witherspoon, Penelope Cruz, Melissa McCarthy, and Shailene Woodley.
In Elle‘s ‘Women in Hollywood’ issue we get to hear from four amazing actresses and their views on being a woman in the film industry. Reese Witherspoon particularly opened up about her experience now that she’s also producing movies. “I started noticing a couple years ago that I wasn’t seeing women as the stars of movies. I’m seeing them as the guys’ girlfriends, or so-and-so’s wife. I just thought: God, if I don’t start buckling down and start producing some movies, what’s my daughter going to see in the movies?” The Oscar winning actress has produced both Legally Blonde and Legally Blonde: Red White and Blonde (2009 and 2003 respectively), and the indie flick Penelope, »
- HL Intern
Reese Witherspoon made a chic appearance in West Hollywood yesterday when she ran errands in a colorful ensemble. She is back to business on the West Coast after taking a family vacation in Destin, Fl, earlier this month with her children and husband Jim Toth. Reese returned to town to film her latest project, Inherent Vice, with Joaquin Phoenix and Maya Rudolph. She has had a full schedule in the past few weeks as she is also rounding out the cast for the film adaption for Gone Girl, which she is producing. This month the project added Ben Affleck as the lead for the highly anticipated movie and recently brought in Rosamund Pike to play the female lead. Gone Girl will be directed by David Fincher and will mark the first film that Reese has produced since 2006's Penelope. View Slideshow › »
- Maria Mercedes Lara
Reese Witherspoon would appreciate it very much if you'd forget her recent public embarrassment, and remember what a stupendous actress she really is. Let's also forget her recent subpar slate of movies that included the critically loathed Four Christmases, How Do You Know and This Means War. Instead, let's focus up on her next.and quite promising.project, an adaptation of Cheryl Strayed's best-selling memoir Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail. Witherspoon will not only headline the feature called simply Wild, but also is producing along with her Pacific Standard partner Bruna Papandrea (Warm Bodies), and River Road Entertainment's Bill Pohlad (12 Years a Slave). Witherspoon's prior producing credits include Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde, the sweet but under-seen fantasy rom-com Penelope, and the little known Legally Blonde straight-to-dvd spin-off Legally Blondes, which focused on Elle Woods' plucky younger cousins. But regardless of »
• Kate Hudson (Something Borrowed) is set to join Zach Braff’s Wish I Was Here. The story follows 35-year-old husband, father, and struggling actor Aiden Bloom (Braff), who decides to home school his kids when his father (Homeland’s Mandy Patinkin, playing another Saul) has to stop funding their private education. Hudson will play the part of Braff’s wife. Braff famously funded this project through a Kickstarter campaign that actually still has three days left. At the time of posting, the project had raised over $690K beyond its goal of $2 million. The film also stars Anna Kendrick (Pitch Perfect »
- Lindsey Bahr
Check out the latest casting news below: Viggo Mortensen (The Lord of the Rings trilogy) will star in his first French-language role in writer-director David Oelhoffen’s Loin des hommes (Far From Men). Peter Dinklage (Game of Thrones) will star in Hop Frog, a revenge thriller based on the Edgar Allan Poe story that will be directed by Mark Palansky (Penelope). Carice van Houten (Game of Thrones) has landed the lead of Greta Garbo in a biopic for the Swedish screen legend. Dylan O'Brien (Teen Wolf) is reportedly in talks to lead Glimmer, a sci-fi thriller about a group of teens discovering a portal through time and directed by Ringan Ledwidge (Gone). Hit the jump for more on each casting announcement. Variety reports that Mortensen will star in Far from Men, a film inspired by the short story “The Host,” one of six in French-Algerian philosopher Albert Camus’ book, Exile and the Kingdom. »
- Dave Trumbore
Peter Dinklage appears to be having so much fun in the period garb of Game of Thrones that he.ll stay in a distant time period for his next feature, an adaptation of Edgar Allen Poe.s 1849 short story, Hop Frog. The story revolves around a dwarf who becomes the court jester for a sinister king. When the ruler and his cronies humiliate the dwarf.s close friend, he plans a vicious revenge that involves a deadly fire at a masquerade ball. ScreenDaily, which breaks the story of Dinklage.s involvement in the production, says that Penelope director Mark Palansky will direct the Hop Frog adaptation, which has been penned by newcomer Brian Alan Carr. .Hop Frog is beautiful and vicious,. said Dinklage. .It has haunted me ever since I read Poe.s original tale of revenge years ago. I can think of no other director than Mark Palansky to »
It’s time everybody should just quit pretending that they don’t know who Peter Dinklage is. Game of Thrones may have made him a global star but he was beloved by audiences prior to his career-making role as Tyrion Lannister.
Fresh from the news that he is going to be in X-Men: Days of Future Past, it’s emerged that he has been cast in Hop Frog, an adaptation of an Edgar Allen Poe story to be directed by Mike Palansky, whose most famous previous work is probably the fantasy romance Penelope (starring Christina Ricci).
The project has been in the works for a long time: this interview, from around the time of Penelope‘s release in 2006, has him directing two films with Peter Dinklage. One of these is Hop Frog, and the other is a “scientific love story” called Mendel‘s Dwarf. Mike Palansky’s IMDb page makes no mention of either film, »
- Rob Batchelor
Over time, the cast of "Game Of Thrones" are slowly conquering Hollywood. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau has been seen in "Mama" and "Oblivion" so far this year, Richard Madden just won the male lead in "Cinderella," Emilia Clarke is teaming up with James Franco, and Kit Harrington has the lead in Paul W.S Anderson's "Pompeii," among just a few of the cast of the show who are going from Westeros to the big screen. But after last night's episode, which as we said in our recap, had particularly memorable moments for Tyrion and Melisandre, it feels appropriate that this morning brings news that the actors who play them have just landed new movie roles. Peter Dinklage, who plays Tyrion, is currently filming his secret villain role in "X-Men: Days Of Future Past," but after that, Screen Daily say he's lining up "Hop Frog," an adaptation of the story by Edgar Allan Poe. »
- Oliver Lyttelton
James McAvoy had me at Atonement - in fact, I'm pretty sure he had all the women of America at Atonement. Years after romancing Keira Knightley, he's leading Danny Boyle's latest, Trance. How well do you really know his films? Match each picture to its corresponding title to find out. Question 1 of 5 ? Name that movie: Starter For 10 Rory O'Shea Was Here Wimbledon Penelope »
- Maggie Pehanick
10 items from 2013
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