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Johnny Rotten grabs the microphone and lurches forward, his pimply face grinning into the camera. Next to him, Steve Jones is miming (or mocking) guitar-hero moves, while Sid Vicious hunches over his bass, surly as ever. The grainy footage carbon-dates to the tail end of 1977, right before the band was about to embark on their notorious U.S. tour and then implode. It's Christmas Day in the Northern city of Huddersfield, and will turn out to be the penultimate U.K. performance for the seminal punk band. They launch into »
Chris Brown is back home in the United States after a lengthy holdover in the Philippines. The rapper shared several Instagram videos of himself hanging out with his pals at his Los Angeles-area house, and made light of his recent travel debacle. "Manila, it was fun, I love you all man," the Grammy-winning singer exclaimed during one of the fun-filled clips before adding, "Party tonight!" According to reports, the 26-year-old's flight was delayed because of fraud allegations against him and his promoter for a cancelled concert last New Year's Eve. Brown couldn't follow through with the show because he reportedly lost his passport the day before the »
Chris Brown finally got out of the Philippines -- for real -- after being held there for 3 days because of a fraud dispute. Brown had been in Manila since Tuesday, where he performed a show, but a promoter filed a complaint against him for allegedly bailing on a New Year's Eve concert ... so the government wouldn't let him leave. The singer was able to obtain a certificate permitting him to bolt ... and he boarded a »
- TMZ Staff
Turns out Chris Brown's legal team was wrong -- he never got airborne in Manila -- he was turned around literally as his plane was on the runway, because he allegedly tried skipping out on a concert. Think of "Argo," except the plane doesn't make it out. The dispute has been brewing for months. Chris was supposed to perform in Manila for New Year's Eve but was a no show. The promoter says Chris got »
- TMZ Staff
Some people just don't want Chris Brown to leave their town. After performing at a packed concert Tuesday night in Manila, the "Loyal" singer headed to the airport to board a private plane. But before he could buckle his seatbelts, the Grammy winner had to delay his departure pending clearance by the Bureau of Immigration. According to reports, the flight was delayed because of fraud allegations against Brown and his promoter for a cancelled concert last New Year's Eve. Brown couldn't follow through with the show because he reportedly lost his passport the day before the event. Never one to remain quiet, Brown ultimately decided to poke fun at all of the headlines surrounding his travels »
Read More: Watch: Jason Sudeikis and Alison Brie Can't Stop Cheating in Raunchy Trailer for 'Sleeping with Other People' Open Road Films has acquired U.S. distribution rights for Gary Marshall's romantic comedy, "Mother's Day," starring Julia Roberts, Kate Hudson, Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis. The movie marks the third ensemble holiday film from Marshall after "Valentine's Day" and "New Year's Eve," though it's the first one that will not be distributed by Warner Brothers Pictures. Keeping with the form of the previous two installments, "Mother's Day" will follow different mothers as they prepare for the eponymous holiday. The script was written by Anya Kochoff-Romano and Lily Hollander, Matt Walker and Tom Hines. The film will shoot in Atlanta starting in August. "We jumped at the chance to be a part of this film," stated Tom Ortenberg, CEO of Open Road Films. "Audiences everywhere will surely enjoy. »
- Conor Soules
Chris Brown couldn't get into Canada earlier this year and now he can't get Out of the Philippines ... all because he allegedly skipped out on a concert gig there. Brown played a show in the country Tuesday night, but when he tried to leave Wednesday morning for his next show in Hong Kong ... he was blocked from doing so by the Philippine Department of Justice, reports the Philippines News Agency. The issue at hand ... Brown »
- TMZ Staff
Jared Padalecki made an appearance at Comic-Con in San Diego last weekend, where he cracked hilarious jokes and showed his love for Jensen Ackles. One of the sweetest parts of the event, though, came after the fact, when Jared wrote a Facebook post about his humbling experience with his fans. It all ties into his "Just Keep Fighting" campaign and his personal battle with depression, which he opened up about after taking a much-needed break from the spotlight. To honor Jared's efforts to inspire those who are struggling, we collected a small sample of his most inspirational quotes. "When life beats you down, Never give up." "On New Year's Eve, my dear friend lost his battle with depression . . . Though he wasn't the first friend I've lost to suicide, I sure hope he's the last. I wish I had the chance to go back and tell them what they meant to me. »
If you woke up this morning thinking, I'd like to read a powerful piece of journalism and then feel nauseated for the rest of the day, here you go: In a new Huffington Post longform, former Runaways bassist Jackie Fox (née Jackie Fuchs) reveals that the band's producer, Kim Fowley, drugged and raped her in front of a large group that included band members Joan Jett and Cherie Currie 40 years ago. Fuchs, who was 16 at the time, says she had only recently joined the band when Fowley raped her on New Year's Eve 1975, following a performance in Orange County. After the show, Fuchs says that Fowley, who'd specifically sought out a group of teenage girls to form the Runways, brought the band to a motel to celebrate. As others in attendance told HuffPost's Jason Cherkis, Fuchs was given quaaludes at the party before Fowley's sexual assault. Cherkis »
- Dee Lockett
Garry Marshall's latest ensemble comedy will remain in the same vein as the previous two films by intertwining holiday-themed vignettes.
Julia Roberts will stop at nothing to catch her daughter's killer in Secret in Their Eyes trailer
This time around, the plot will revolve around the stories of mums of various ages as Mother's Day nears, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Roberts has apparently already reached a deal to reunite with her Pretty Woman director Marshall on this latest project.
No release date for the project has been announced yet.
Watch the New Year's Eve trailer below: »
It seems that Garry Marshall is ready to continue what's probably best described at this point as his "Holiday Trilogy." It began in 2010 with the star-studded ensemble comedy Valentine's Day; continued with 2011's star-studded ensemble comedy New Year's Eve; and now we have word about Mother's Day - a brand new star-studded ensemble comedy that has already begun putting pieces of its cast together. So who are the folks that will be populating this brand new project? Deadline has released the info about the project, and you can find our rundown on the cast so far below: First up we have Julia Roberts, who is not only a veteran star of Garry Marshall movies, but even had an earlier role in the Holiday Trilogy. The actress and director previously found huge success together working on both 1990's Pretty Woman, and 1999's Runaway Bride (both co-starring Richard Gere), and they most »
Do you remember back when Garry Marshall directing a movie meant it had the chance of being a decent romantic comedy rather than a holiday-themed ensemble debacle? Yeah, me either. After the painfully bad Valentine's Day and New Year's Eve, we now can look forward to Mother's Day. The first cast-members have been announced and they include Julia Roberts, Jennifer... Read More »
- Alex Maidy
Creed Trailer: Michael B. Jordan stars in Creed as the son of legendary boxer Apollo Creed, and the powerful first trailer reveals him to be a mighty contender for some kind of crown. Phylicia Rashad, Tessa Thompson, and Sylvester Stallone (as boxer turned trainer Rocky Balboa) also star; Ryan Coogler (Fruitvale Station, Jordan's breakout role) directs. The movie will smash into theaters on November 25. [MovieClips] Mother's Day: Julia Roberts will star in Mother's Day, the latest in a series of holiday-themed comedies from director Garry Marshall that includes New Year's Eve and Valentine's Day. Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson, and Jason Sudeikis are in negotiations to join the cast. The project will reunite Roberts with Marshall, who first...
- Peter Martin
As if ruining Valentine's Day and New Year's Eve wasn't enough, director Garry Marshall has set his sights on taking down another holiday with a star-studded movie featuring insipid, loosely-connected stories.
Deadline reports Marshall is helming "Mother's Day," with Julia Roberts on board to star. Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson, and Jason Sudeikis are in talks to join her. The film will tell "intertwining stories about the lives of several mothers as the title holiday approaches." Ugh. What did mothers ever do to you, Garry?
If you recall, Marshall has wreaked this havoc before with "Valentine's Day," which also starred Roberts (as well as Bradley Cooper and Taylor Swift), and "New Year's Eve" with Halle Berry, Jessica Biel, and Zac Efron. The former has an 18 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes; the latter has 7 percent.
- Kelly Woo
Since anything can be turned into a movie, studios have lately been turning to holidays as sources of creative inspiration. We've already received star-studded ensemble films based around "Valentine's Day" and "New Year's Eve," and next on the list is "Mother's Day." Julia Roberts, Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson, and Jason Sudeikis are lining up to star in the movie that will be helmed by Garry Marshall, who already did this sort of thing with "New Year's Eve." Anya Kochoff-Romano ("Monster-In-Law") and Lily Hollander have penned the script for the movie that will present more overlapping stories, this time all about Mom, which is fitting, because she'll probably be the most excited one to see this. And this isn't the only "Mother's Day" movie on the way. Read More: 5 Movies About F*cked Up Mother/Daughter Relationships There's a competing project with the same name that's already filming, starring Susan Sarandon, »
- Kevin Jagernauth
First there was Valentine's Day. Then there was New Year's Eve. Now, there's Mother's Day. Gary Marshall is developing a star-studded feature film focused on the intertwined lives of mothers as the holiday approaches, with Julia Roberts attached to star. The star's casting, which was first reported by Deadline Tuesday, will reteam her with the director for the fourth time after they worked together on 1990's Pretty Woman, 1999's Runaway Bride and 2010's ensemble rom-com Valentine's Day. The Academy Award winner won't be the only marquee name to appear in Marshall's latest endeavor, of course. Horrible Bosses 2 actress Jennifer Aniston is also in negotiations, a source »
Julia Roberts, Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson and Jason Sudeikis are in talks to star in 'Mother's Day'. The string of stars have all entered negotiations for Garry Marshall's latest ensemble holiday movie, which is being written by Anya Kochoff-Romano and Lily Hollander, Deadline reports. As with previous movies 'New Year's Eve' and 'Valentine's Day', the film will tell a series of intertwining stories, this time about the lives of several mothers, leading up to the titular holiday. Wayne Rice, Gulfstream Pictures' Mike Karz, and Kevin Frakes of PalmStar Media will produce the film, with Ankur Rungsta of PalmStar serving as executive producer. The film is scheduled to begin production. If she does sign on, the picture will mark a re-team between Julia and the director, who helmed her 1990 hit 'Pretty Woman', the movie which launched her as the highest-paid actress of the time. »
Now officially a sort of anthology franchise, Garry Marshall's ensemble holiday movies have just reached episode three. Mother's Day will be the follow-up to Valentine's Day and New Year's Eve, with Julia Roberts, Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson and Jason Sudeikis all in negotiations to head up what will undoubtedly be another large cast.Not to be confused with the Mother's Day in which Rebecca De Mornay killed a number of people, this one will, unsurprisingly, tell the intertwining stories of several mothers as the day approaches and they wait for their bunch of daffs. Or whatever. Marshall aside, the film has slightly different DNA to its predecessors. Anya Kochoff-Romano (Monster In Law) and Lily Hollander replace Katherine Fugate as the writers, and while the previous two films came out of New Line, that's not a done deal this time. The "package" is "going out to buyers" shortly.It will, »
There's not a week that goes by without someone either e-mailing me or reaching out through Facebook or Twitter to tell me how much they love the "Star Wars" series I wrote here as part of Film Nerd 2.0. That is something that I can't quantify in terms of how much it means to me that what I went through with the boys resonated so loudly for so many people, and I am excited to be able to share a new "Star Wars" film with them for the first time ever later this year. But when it came to one of the other major movie trilogies, my approach was a little less considered. When the first chapter of the "Hobbit" trilogy came out in theaters, the boys were well aware of it and asked repeatedly to go see it. For movies based on books, I try to encourage them to read »
- Drew McWeeny
With the surprise success of 2013's 42, Legendary Pictures wants to keep their interests on the field. To do so they'll trade Jackie Robinson for Roberto Clemente, as the Pittsburgh Pirates legend gets his life story optioned for the big screen. The untitled film is based upon David Maraniss' "Clemente: The Passion and Grace of Baseball's Last Hero", and the company also entered agreements with Clemente's family for his life rights. Additionally, this upcoming biopic apparently comes from the heart for Legendary CEO Thomas Tull, as he's a board member on the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, NY. Clemente is the first Latino player ever to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. This was an honor served posthumously after the baseball player died in a plane crash in Puerto Rico on New Year's Eve, 1972, following efforts to help organize disaster relief in Nicaragua after an earthquake. »
- Will Ashton
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