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Friendly exes alert! Nick Jonas found himself in the same room as Delta Goodrem last night, the Australian singer-songwriter he dated for nearly a year back in 2012. Luckily, this chance run-in was far from awkward and the pair embraced the moment for a social media snapshot. Both Nick and Delta shared a black and white photo from their evening spent with mutual friends, where they just so happened to be sporting similar denim-on-denim ensembles. "Good night with good people," the "Chains" crooner captioned the picture. Jonas also added, "When you show up in the same outfit..." This isn't the first time Jonas and Goodrem have reunited since their split. »
Catching up on a Trailer debut from a few days ago here (we also got a Teaser for mother! yesterday, but there’s a full Trailer coming next week we’ll tackle). This one today is the major Oscar hopeful Suburbicon, coming to us as the latest directorial outing from George Clooney. Not only is Clooney teamed up with his partner Grant Heslov for this one, he also is working off of a script that the Coen Brothers once penned with an eye towards directing. You’ll be able to see this Trailer below, but first, you know the drill here…some discussion is in order. The film is a pitch black crime comedy of sorts. So far, the description for it is simply that a home invasion rattles a quiet family town. The town is the town of Suburbicon, and Gardner (Matt Damon) is a father and husband drawn »
- Joey Magidson
In the Bourne series of spy movies, Matt Damon was furious but contained and in control. Now in the first trailer for Suburbicon, he looks furious but almost completely out of control in 1950's suburbia. If the somewhat crazed trailer -- in a good way! -- looks and sounds reminiscent of movies by the Coen Brothers, that's no coincidence. They originally wrote the script early in their careers. George Clooney directed and adds his own visual flourishes, as he's done before in Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, Good Night, and Good Luck and The Monuments Men. Watch the trailer below. Earlier this year, our own Erik Davis talked with Clooney and costar Julianne Moore about the challenges involved in adapting a script written by the Coen...
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- Peter Martin
Season three of The Expanse is currently filming in Toronto and will premiere in 2018.
Academy Award nominee David Strathairn has finalised a deal to play a substantial character with a significant arc in the next season of Syfy’s series The Expanse, Alcon Television Group president Laura Lancaster announced today.
The Expanse, an hour-long sci-fi drama set two hundred years in the future, centres on the case of a missing young woman who brings a hardened detective (Thomas Jane) and a rogue ship’s captain together in a race across the solar system to expose the greatest conspiracy in human history.
His film credits »
The Academy Award-nominated actor will play “a substantial character with a significant arc,” the production house revealed. No further details were disclosed.
Oscar-nominated for his role in 2005’s Good Night, and Good Luck, Strathairn’s previous TV credits include The Blacklist, Billions, Z: The Beginning of Everything and The Sopranos, in addition to his aforementioned run as Alphas‘ Dr Rosen.
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“Crazy in Love,” indeed!
Throughout their nearly 15-year relationship, Beyoncé, 35, and Jay-Z, 47, have seen it all. From elevator incidents and infidelity rumors to smash collaborations and adventures in parenting, the fiercely private pair continue to claim the throne of music’s First Family.
Below, a detailed timeline of Bey and Jay’s life together, from “’03 Bonnie and Clyde” to Lemonade.
1999 – 2000
They first meet. Beyoncé previously told Seventeen that they met when she was 18, which would be between September of 1999 and August of 2000.
2000 – 2001
They begin dating when Bey is 19, after getting to know each other. “We were friends first for a »
- Jeff Nelson
Believe it or not, we’re already at the point in the year where fall film festival announcements are being made. Yesterday afternoon, the first shot across the bow was fired when the New York Film Festival announced Richard Linklater’s Last Flag Flying as it’s Opening Night Selection. Getting a bit of a head start on things, Nyff is planting a flag, no pun intended, on this flick as an awards vehicle. Linklater nearly took home an Oscar for Boyhood, so he’s certainly due. Could this do it for him? Time will tell, but getting this prestigious slot at Nyff is a strong first step. There’s plenty of reason to be excited for this one. This film is a road trip tale, working as a sort of pseudo sequel to the classic The Last Detail. In the press release, Film Society described it thusly: “In Richard Linklater’s lyrical road movie, »
- Joey Magidson
The film, which is rumored to star Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep, will open in limited release on December 22, 2017. It will expand nationwide on January 12, 2018, a week after the Golden Globes broadcast. Hanks will play hard-charging Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee, with Streep handling the role of iron-willed publisher Katharine Graham. The pair made the decision to publish a classified history of the United States’ involvement in the Vietnam War over the objections of the Nixon administration. Courageous journalist dramas have played nicely with Oscar voters — 2015’s “Spotlight” won Best Picture, while 2005’s “Good Night and Good Luck” and 1976’s “All the President’s Men” earned a bevy of nominations.
- Brent Lang
Julia Roberts is the 2017 World’s Most Beautiful Woman! Learn her secrets to staying young—and subscribe now for this special edition featuring over 50 pages of beauties — only in People!
Think Julia Roberts is the most successful person to attend her high school? She’s got some competition.
The Oscar-winning actress, who is People’s 2017 World’s Most Beautiful Woman, looked back at her life before fame with People editor-in-chief Director Jess Cagle — and said she was “awkward” in high school.
That didn’t stop her from making friends with some “fabulous” people — one of whom is Nasa astronaut Shane Kimbrough. »
- Jess Cagle and Dave Quinn
There was a minor mishap at Ulaganayagan Kamal Haasan’s residence early this morning around 12.30 am.
He had tweeted, “Thanks to my staff. Escaped a fire at my house. Lungs full of smoke, I climbed down from the third floor. I am safe No one hurt. Goodnight. Thanks for all the love and concern. Now off to sleep. Good night indeed:)”.
When we spoke to sources close to Kamal, they informed that the fridge and AC in Kamal’s house had burst in the wee hours which led to the smoke. Thankfully, everything is under control now as Kamal »
Even in these deeply partisan times, it seems there is one thing that can still unite many Americans: a mutual love of Justin Trudeau.
The Canadian prime minister and self-declared feminist has become something of an Internet sensation since he took office in 2015.
Trudeau was a guest speaker at the 2017 Women in the World Summit, where he took the stage for a conversation with event producer and host Tina Brown. Taking the stage at the David Koch Theater at Lincoln Center in New York City to a round of applause on par with those usually reserved for rock stars, Trudeau »
- Diana Pearl
Joel and Ethan Coen have written the script for “Suburbicon.” Producers are Joel Silver under his Silver Pictures banner alongside Clooney and Grant Heslov under their Smokehouse Pictures label, and Teddy Schwarzman for Black Bear Pictures.
The movie is set in the quiet family town of Suburbicon, where the best and worst of humanity is reflected through the deeds of seemingly ordinary people. When a home invasion turns deadly, a picture perfect family turns to blackmail, revenge and betrayal.
- Dave McNary
Spine-tingling suspense is supposed to leave you breathless, uncertain of what's coming next.
Bates Motel Season 5 Episode 3 achieved that over and over again, as an insane game of cat and mouse began with Chick holding the cheese, urging Norman and Mother to make moves they'd find difficult without his presence.
If only we could leap onto one of the many time machines currently available on the telly to find out what in Hades is coming next.
I don't know what your thoughts were after watching, but here were mine:
Did that really happen? What just happened? I want more! Oh my God!!!
The action felt so intimate not only in that few characters were involved, but the material was moving beyond measure.
Reactions were all over the map, from being overjoyed at seeing Caleb alive, to wonder at how Chick was manipulating the situation with Norman's insanity so brilliantly, »
- Carissa Pavlica
Just because a movie or a celebrity wins an Oscar, that doesn't mean the win was deserved. While the Academy Awards are seen as the capstone to awards season -- and one of the highest honors in the business -- we all know that stars and movies get snubbed or overlooked all the time.
What's worse is when we look back at what did win, and shake our heads in confusion and disbelief. So, with the 89th Academy Awards just around the corner, let's take a look back over the show's illustrious history at a few times the Academy voters clearly made a mistake.
Watch: 2017 Oscar Awards Nominees: 'La La Land' Leads With 14 Nominations
1. How Green Was My Valley wins Best Picture at the 14th Academy Awards in 1942
20th Century Fox
With the film now in production, the official Star Wars Twitter account released an image from the set of the Han Solo spin-off movie, featuring directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller alongside stars Alden Ehrenreich, Donald Glover, Woody Harrelson, Emilia Clarke and Phoebe Waller-Bridge. “Watching such inspired people from all over the world, with such unique voices, come together for the sole purpose of making art, is nothing short of miraculous,” said Lord and Miller. “We can’t think of anything funny to say, because we just feel really moved, and really lucky.” See the photo here.
Wonder Woman Stuff
Some new images from the upcoming Wonder Woman movie landed online yesterday via Empire [see those here] and Joss Whedon has been talking about his cancelled adaptation. “I worked really hard on that movie and it meant a lot [to me], but I don’t know if what I was trying to »
- Luke Owen
The Oscars celebrating the best of 2005 are probably among the most controversial and divisive on record. For it was Paul Haggis’s race-based ensemble drama Crash that received the Best Picture trophy, beating the favourite to win Brokeback Mountain, and spending every minute since its win being repeatedly listed as among the worst films to win the Oscar for Best Picture.
Now why Brokeback Mountain lost to what some regard as a mediocre film, we don’t fully know, with some accusing the Academy of homophobia in their decision-making or bowing to pressures from conservative groups horrified by the idea that some cowboys might have been gay.
However, I would argue that while Brokeback Mountain was perhaps deserving of the win, I feel that it was not the only contender more »
- Graeme Robertson
Kirsten Howard May 10, 2017
House Of Cards is heading back to Netflix in a few weeks for a fifth season, and you can see all the new pictures right here.
A brand new season of House Of Cards is just around the corner and, in the spirit of the campaign, streaming service Netflix has released a whole ton of new images for us to analyse before it drops. We've added all those to our House Of Cards season 5 gallery above for you to flick through at your leisure - just simply click the main image above to get started.
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Kevin Spacey will of course be back in the frame once more as scheming Frank Underwood, and he's been talking »
Actors Patricia Clarkson and Campbell Scott will be diving into the cutthroat world of Washington D.C. politics for House of Cards season 5, according to Entertainment Weekly. Netflix revealed the casting news at a press event in New York City yesterday, where a number of announcements were made about their upcoming shows.
Take a look at three brand new images released by the platform; the first and second show Clarkson as she sits down to speak with Robin Wright’s Claire Underwood and the third highlights Campbell as he seems to be getting down to business with Joel Kinnaman’s Will Conway…
No details about either of these two new characters have surfaced, but the stills above suggest that they’ll be on opposite sides of the political spectrum/Underwood-Conway presidential election.
- Justin Cook
Devon Sawa may be ready to bring back two of his films from the '90s.
"Hey @imarleneking, where we at on that 'Now and Then 2' script?," Sawa asked.
Read: Devon Sawa Talks 'Beautiful Little Girl' After Welcoming Daughter Scarlett
A fan jokingly responded that it was "too soon" to shoot a new version of Casper, which was released in 1995.
"I mean the first one only came out like »
Lerner and Trevor Short will continue to operate Millennium, which was launched in 1996 as a subsidiary of Nu Image.
The most successful Millennium titles during Gill’s tenure included “The Expendables 2” and “The Expendables 3,” which combined for $530 million in worldwide grosses, along with Gerard Butler’s “Olympus Has Fallen” and “London Has Fallen” which took in more than $370 million. Gill also attempted to buy the company but was unsuccesful in making a deal.
Gill joined Millennium in 2011 after his company the Film Department closed down. That company’s top performer was “Law Abiding Citizen,” which grossed $133 million at the worldwide box office.
- Dave McNary
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