5 items from 2013
While Julia Roberts has been a movie star for over two decades, the 46-year-old beauty admits it would be tough to handle the limelight in this day and age. The Oscar winning actress, who was most recently nominated for a Golden Globe for her role in August: Osage County, shot to stardom before ever having to deal with social media or endless Internet chatter, which has allowed Roberts to remain true to herself although she worries about the effects of the business on the younger generation. Namely, her niece Emma Roberts, whose acting creds include We're The Millers, American Horror Story: Coven and Wild Child. "When [Emma] comes to stay with us, I always think, 'Please let her be the same' »
Sarah Silverman, known for her brash talk and awesome things like wearing a $60 dress to the Emmy Awards, has debuted a new project -- starring in the music video for band Psychic Friend's song "We Do Not Belong," which has debuted on her YouTube channel Jash.
In the video, Silverman plays a hospitalized woman who was apparently held captive in her basement for many years by her parents, who are arrested. She does not show a lot of cognitive function but is mesmerized by dance, which helps her start to heal.
"It was just the idea of this person connection to dance and having this bout of straight-up expression," Silverman tells USA Today. "The director, Dean Fleischer-Camp, was inspired by an amazing Nova documentary called Secret of the Wild Child. YouTube it -- you won't be able to stop watching it. It's heartbreaking, inspiring, and heartbreaking again. I loved being »
Brit comic David Walliams is set to voice the character of Pudsey in the “Britain’s Got Talent” winner’s feature pic “Pudsey: The Movie.”
The family pic, which is helmed by Nick Moore (“Wild Child,” “Horrid Henry: The Movie”), follows a stray London dog who is content on his own until he meets his siblings for the first time and then embarks on a plan to save himself and his family from their evil landlord Mr. Thorne and his cat Faustus.
Vertigo Films and Syco Entertainment produce in association with Infinite Wisdom and Backwell Productions.
Pic is produced by Vertigo Films’ Rupert Preston and Marshall Levitan and exec produced by Allan Niblo, James Richardson, Jonathan Shalit, Mark Brittain, Ben Todd, Nigel Williams and Jamie Carmichael with co-producer Michael Ford. »
- Diana Lodderhose
The 24-year-old actress tags "Harry Potter" as a stand-up comedian, reports eonline.com.
"There was one take where there was quite a complicated shot and we had to keep redoing it to get the shot right. We had to open with me laughing and Daniel must have told me 20 to 25 jokes. It was insane," said the "Wild Child" actress.
"I didn't know somebody had that many jokes," she said. "It was genius. He's a stand-up comic," she added.
The movie "Horns" is about a young man, played by Radcliffe, who wakes up one day. »
- Diksha Singh
Chances are, you haven’t heard of Wekeed before now. And that’s fine, because now you have and if I’m honest, I hadn’t too until a few weeks ago. So, for what reason am I making the effort to write about them? Put simply, never have I been so engrossed by an up and coming musical project such as Wekeed and I love music…like, I Love music.
The elusive musical duo from Paris have certainly not revealed a lot about themselves, but their somewhat anecdotal bio on their Twitter and Facebook pages set the serene tone to their musical style:
“We are Wekeed. The wild union of a girl & a boy brought together by life. Just like other couples make love, we make music.”
So, with their shared love of music creating the undertone to the entire project, what direction do these two Parisians take? Well, »
- Jordan Webb
5 items from 2013
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