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We love Axs TV. The channel is always on at our house, so we're catching amazing concerts with the best seats in the venue. If your home is set up with a sound system and huge TV screen, this hassle free experience is the winning ticket. Their lineups are always brilliant too. Although the year is winding down, the music keeps rockin’ at Axs TV especially on Sun., Dec. 29 when Def Leppard takes over the network providing exclusive commentary throughout the day’s 12 hours of concerts, including the broadcast premiere of the Def Leppard: Viva! Hysteria concert at 8 p.m. Et/ 5 p.m. Pt. From Axs TV Famous for rock classics such as “Rock of Ages,” “Love Bites” »
- April Neale
There may be no bigger movie star from the past five years than Tom Cruise. Aside from the hiccup that was Rock of Ages, Cruise has consistently delivered one box office smash after another. His latest effort is another sci-fi effort, Edge of Tomorrow, an adaptation of Hiroshi Sakurazaka's novel All You Need Is Kill. Today, the first full trailer has landed online and finds Cruise stuck in a time loop, reliving his last day over and over again. The plot of Edge of Tomorrow is almost like a mech-warrior version of Bill Murray's Groundhog Day. The film revolves around a soldier who finds himself dying and reincarnating over and over again during an alien invasion. Emily Blunt plays the key piece in Cruise's soldier trying to piece things together....
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Director and So You Think You Can Dance judge Adam Shankman has checked in to rehab, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. "His friends and family support him and wish him well on his journey to recovery," his rep said in a statement provided to Us Weekly, which first reported the news. It's unknown what the director is seeking treatment for. Photos: The Best (and Worst) Dance Movies Shankman's rehab stint follows that of his former Hairspray star and friend Zac Efron, who reportedly received treatment earlier this year. Shankman recently directed and executive produced the Rock of Ages movie
- Hilary Lewis
Director and So You Think You Can Dance judge Adam Shankman has entered rehab, his rep confirmed to People Tuesday. "Adam Shankman is currently seeking treatment in a rehabilitation center. His friends and family support him and wish him well on his journey to recovery," the statement reads. The reason for the treatment wasn't revealed.Shankman, 49, has long been a sort of Renaissance man in Hollywood, juggling dance, directorial and other duties. In recent years he both directed and choreographed Hairspray and Rock of Ages. He's also the man who could be credited for the ultimately doomed relationship between Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth. »
- Kathy Ehrich Dowd
Adam Shankman has entered a rehab facility.
A statement read: "Adam Shankman is currently seeking treatment in a rehabilitation centre. His friends and family support him and wish him well on his journey to recovery."
Shortly before seeking treatment, Shankman worked as an executive producer and director of TrevorLive, an event held by suicide prevention organisation The Trevor Project in Los Angeles.
Eonline.com reports that the 49-year-old's representative confirmed the news Monday. "He is currently seeking treatment in a rehabilitation center. His friends and family support him and wish him well on his journey to recovery."
No other details were forthcoming at this time.
- Leon David
The 49-year-old director and ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ judge has checked into rehab.
Adam Shankman is “seeking treatment” at a rehabilitation center for undisclosed issues, his rep revealed on Dec. 9.
“Adam Shankman is currently seeking treatment in a rehabilitation center,” his rep said in a statement to Us Weekly. “His friends and family support him and wish him well on his journey to recovery.”
It’s unclear what Adam is seeking treatment for, but we’re so glad he is getting professional help for whatever he’s going through. We hope he heals as quickly as possible.
A day after being all smiles on the red carpet, Adam Shankman is in rehab. The 49-year-old director of Hairspray and Rock of Ages "is currently seeking treatment in a rehabilitation center," his rep confirmed Monday. "His friends and family support him and wish him well on his journey to recovery." No other details were forthcoming at this time. Shankman, who also frequents So You Think You Can Dance as a judge and has directed several episodes of Glee, served as executive producer and director of last night's TrevorLive event benefiting the suicide-prevention nonprofit The Trevor Project just last night at the Hollywood Palladium. The evening's »
Director/producer/choreographer Adam Shankman has checked into rehab, Us Weekly reports.
Related: Zac Efron Completes Rehab
"Adam Shankman is currently seeking treatment in a rehabilitation center," the 49-year-old director's rep told the news source. "His friends and family support him and wish him well on his journey to recovery."
Shankman, perhaps best known for directing the 2007 movie Hairspray, has become a triple threat, working as a choreographer on many projects (most recently Rock of Ages, which he also directed) in addition to producing the 82nd Annual Academy Awards.
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Writer/director Woody Allen’s (Hannah and Her Sisters) 2013 film is the drama-comedy Blue Jasmine, starring Cate Blanchett (Hanna) and featuring the ensemble cast of Alec Baldwin (Rock of Ages), Sally Hawkins (Never Let Me Go), Louis C.K. (TV’s Louie), Bobby Cannavale (Roadie), Peter Sarsgaard (An Education), and Michael Stuhlbarg (A Serious Man) and Andrew Dice Clay
The film centers around Jasmine (Blanchett), a former New York socialite teetering on an emotional tightrope, balancing between her troubled east coast past and a fresh start in San Francisco. Having moved into her sister’s (Hawkins) humble apartment, Jasmine ricochets between the tumultuous acceptance of her new limitations, and the dreams of reclaiming her past life’s glamor.
Well-received by the critics—it garnered a rating of 91% at Rotten Tomatoes based on 153 published reviews—the »
Exclusive: Big Time Rush’s lead singer Kendall Schmidt is taking a solo sabbatical, and the results will be turned into a feature documentary he’ll make with producer Garret Grant. Grant — whose credits include Hairspray, Rock of Ages and Justin Bieber: Believe — will join Schmidt on his upcoming debut tour with solo band Heffron Drive, which takes Schmidt through 20 major cities throughout November and December. Schmidt is the first of the current boy band stars to go solo, and though he’ll make himself available for Big Time Rush reunions, putting the results on film is a way for him to broaden his horizons. “It’s awesome to have Garret along to document this crazy time in my life,” Schmidt says. “It’s scary, it’s new, but it’s a really special moment, debuting Heffron Drive, heading out on tour and reuniting with all the amazing fans. »
- MIKE FLEMING JR
Malin Akerman may play a "Trophy Wife" on TV ... but sadly, she's no longer one in real life.The actress and her husband of six years Roberto Zincone are calling it quits, Us Weekly reports. The news comes as quite a shock, considering the couple welcomed their first child together, Sebastian, just seven months ago. Sources close to the "Rock of Ages" star say that the separation is "amicable" and that the pair are focusing on "what's best for their son." Still, it's unclear why the couple have decided to split. "Honestly, Malin is not even ready to discuss it. It's a very sad time for her," the source adds.We wish Ackmerman the best during this tough time -- are you surprised by the news? Tell toofab in the comment section below, and click "Launch Gallery" above to see even more shocking celebrity split! Read more »
- tooFab Staff
Malin Akerman and Roberto Zincone are finito. The Trophy Wife actress and her rocker-husband have separated after six years of marriage. The news, which was first reported in the Dec. 9 issue of Us Weekly (via the Daily Mail), comes just seven months after the couple welcomed their first child, a baby boy named Sebastian. No reason was given for the split but a source close to the 35-year-old Akerman told the magazine it was "amicable" and the two are now concentrating on doing "what's best for their son." The Rock of Ages star met Zincone when they played together in the alt-rock band The Petalstones for which Akerman was the singer and Roberto was the drummer. But after »
The first official poster for How to Train Your Dragon 2 has been released by DreamWorks Animation. The film picks up five years after the events of the first film with Hiccup and Toothless exploring the new world where they discover an ice cave full of hundreds of wild dragons and the mysterious Dragon Rider. The plot for How to Train Your Dragon 2 may still be a little vague at present but if the sequel can follow in the footsteps of its incredible predecessor then Dreamworks Animation may have another hit on their hands....
Jay Baruchel (This Is the End), Gerard Butler (Olympus Has Fallen), Jonah Hill (Moneyball), America Ferrera (End of Watch), Christopher Mintz-Plasse (Kick-Ass 2) and Kristen Wiig (Bridesmaids) all return to the voice cast alongside new additions T.J. Miller (Rock of Ages) and Kit Harington (Games of Thrones).
How to Train Your Dragon 2 opens in »
- Gary Collinson
While we.re still waiting for and wondering about the delayed horror/sci-fi anthology series that the multi-talented Jamie Foxx is developing for Syfy, we now have a pretty good look at what it might look like, as Foxx just dropped his directorial debut, the exceedingly strange short film And She Was My Eve. The short was made in collaboration with Ron Howard and camera giant Canon.s Project Imaginat10n, which takes fan-submitted photographs and works a film around them. In steps Foxx and his wacky ass sense of style, along with writer Allan Loeb (Rock of Ages), and this unique short somehow came together. Tyrin Turner (Menace II Society) plays a man whose ability to communicate with women was stunted as a child, when he embarrassed himself in front of his schoolmates. As an adult, he apparently thinks the only way that he.ll find love is if »
In partnership with Ron Howard and camera manufacturer Canon for their Project Imaginat10n initiative, Jamie Foxx has stepped behind the camera to show off his skills as a director. Taking inspiration from 10 contest-winning photographs, Foxx worked with writer Allan Loeb (Rock of Ages) to cobble together ...And She Was My Eve, a science fiction romance that's trippier than any of Foxx's screen work. “I've watched over the shoulder of some of the best directors in the world,” Foxx tells MTV. “Quentin Tarantino, Oliver Stone, Antoine Fuqua, Taylor Hackford. A lot of those shots that I used in my
- Matt Patches
The actress accused of stalking “30 Rock” star Alec Baldwin was found guilty and sentenced Thursday to 210 days in jail. Genevieve Sabourin, 41, received 90 days for stalking and harassment, another 90 days for violating the protective order for Baldwin’s wife, Hilaria, and another 30 days for contempt of court, after an outburst in the courtroom and other antics, including talking over witnesses. Also read: Alec Baldwin Calls ‘Rock of Ages’ a ‘Horrible Movie’ All are low-level, class B misdemeanors. Sabourin received the maximum for each count. During the sentencing, Manhattan criminal court judge Robert Mandelbaum told Sabourin that she had engaged »
- Tim Kenneally
What’s new, what’s hot, and what you may have missed, now available to stream on Netflix, Lovefilm, blinkbox, and BBC iPlayer.
new to stream
Safety Not Guaranteed: charming but slight and less than fully satisfying dramedy about how time travel means never having to let go of regrets [at Netflix]
in the zeitgeist (and mentioned only for your information)
Starbuck: creepy and nonsensical, though it’s supposed to be charming and funny; basis for the upcoming Vince Vaugh flick Delivery Man [my review] [at Netflix]
new to stream
Freaky Friday: the 1976 original starring Barbara Harris and Jodie Foster; so much fun, and so very slyly feminist, too [at Lovefilm] The Kings of Summer: mashes a heightened sense of the absurd rather awkwardly up against arty pastoral, and the mock-seriousness of the endeavor comes across as unpleasantly snide [my review] [at Lovefilm] Race to Witch Mountain: mildly diverting kids’s sci-fi adventure that, at least and at most, »
- MaryAnn Johanson
In Nebraska, a road comedy from acclaimed director Alexander Payne (“The Descendants,” “Sideways”), a father and son travel through the Midwest on the trail of a dubious fortune. The stubborn, taciturn Woody (Bruce Dern) is well past his prime, but he believes he’s got one last shot at mattering: a notice that he’s the lucky winner of a $1 million sweepstakes prize. To claim his fortune, Woody insists he must quickly get to the sweepstakes company’s office in Lincoln, Neb. – a 750-mile journey that he seems unlikely to finish. Worried for his father’s state of mind, it falls to Woody’s reluctant, baffled son (played by Forte) to accompany him on the trip.
Forte has established »
- Michelle McCue
Alec Baldwin’s MSNBC show “Up Late With Alec Baldwin hit a mileston that the famously ill-tempered “30 Rock” actor likely wasn’t celebrating on Friday. Also read: Alec Baldwin Calls ‘Rock of Ages’ a ‘Horrible Movie’ The Nov. 8 episode hit a series low in the 25-54 demographic, eking out 101,000 viewers in the demo — a 41 percent decline since the show premiered five weeks ago. In total viewers, “Up Late” hardly fared better, scoring 395,000 viewers, a 40 percent decline since series launch. See video: Alec Baldwin Spits All Over Jimmy Fallon’s Face During ’80s Cop Show Sketch The Oct. 11 premiere of »
- Tim Kenneally
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