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Amy Adams drop dead gorgeous on Oscars' Red Carpet Amy Adams at the 83rd Academy Awards Looking drop dead gorgeous, Amy Adams is pictured above donning a scintillating blue dress while arriving at the 2011 Oscar ceremony, held on Feb. 27 at the Kodak Theatre in the fast-thumping heart of Hollywood. Adams was – for the third time in six years (more info below) – a Best Supporting Actress nominee. This time around, she was shortlisted for her performance in David O. Russell's The Fighter, a generally well-regarded and surprisingly successful (in the U.S.) boxing drama that earned fellow supporting actress Melissa Leo the evening's Oscar. Another The Fighter actor, Christian Bale (Batman Begins, The Dark Knight), took home the Best Supporting Actor Oscar statuette. In fact, the film's only major cast member left without an Oscar nomination in the acting categories was lead Mark Wahlberg (pictured with wife) – though he did »
- D. Zhea
Justin Timberlake on the Oscars' Red Carpet Justin Timberlake at the Academy Awards The Social Network actor Justin Timberlake arrives at the 83rd Academy Awards, which took place on Sunday, Feb. 27, at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood. At the ceremony, Timberlake and Black Swan actress Mila Kunis introduced the nominees – and eventual winners – in the animation categories. Throughout the proceedings, he pretended to be the elusive Banksy, whose Exit Through the Gift Shop was a Best Documentary Feature contender. The joke fell mostly flat, but Timberlake actually elicited some laughs when he imitated three-time Oscar-nominated veteran Kirk Douglas*, who mercilessly stretched the Best Supporting Actress announcement into what seemed like hours. Admittedly, Douglas was funny. (The winner in that particular category turned out to be Melissa Leo for David O. Russell's The Fighter.) As announced by the Justin Timberlake-Mila Kunis duo, the Best Animated Short Film was Shaun Tan »
- D. Zhea
Is this heaven? Nope, it’s Opening Week.
It all started Sunday night with the Cardinals at the Cubs with St. Louis winning 3 to 0.
To celebrate the first pitch of Opening Week, here’s our list of the best Baseball movies.
One of the best baseball biopics to come along over the years, The Rookie, starring Dennis Quaid, tells the true story of Jim Morris, a man who finally gets a shot at his lifelong dream-pitching in the big leagues. A high school science teacher/baseball coach, Morris’ players make a bet with him:if they win district, »
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Scott Eastwood appears in Treats! Magazine Issue 8, where he talks about his acting career, being the son of Clint Eastwood, and why he's shirtless all the time. We've developed a serious crush on Scott over the course of the past year, between all of the hot pictures for his upcoming role in The Longest Ride and the fact that he works out shirtless in jeans. We're quickly learning there's more to him than sexy shirtless snaps, though. Keep reading for some great quotes from his interviews and, of course, a seriously handsome photo shoot. On why he's shirtless all the time: "It's all in good fun. My friends will say, 'Put a shirt on!' But I grew up surfing and hanging out on the beach, so I've sort of always liked being shirtless." On whether his father wanted him to be an actor: "To be honest, he didn't care »
Following the success of “American Sniper,” Warner Bros. is looking to stay in business with each of the major players that were involved with the film, and producer Robert Lorenz seems to be next in line to reap the benefits of the film’s accolades.
Sources tell Variety that Lorenz has signed a two-year first-look deal with the studio under the company name Stonehouse Motion Pictures and has set an untitled military ops thriller as his first project under that banner.
Lorenz, “American Sniper” writer Jason Hall and producer Peter Morgan will develop and produce the film, which follows a group of a group of military operatives who uncover an imminent threat within the U.S. Vlas & Charley Parlapanides and Scott Charnick are writing the script. Warner Bros. has also optioned a script by former Navy Seal Travis Lively and Richard Ware in connection with the project.
Lorenz will also direct the pic, »
- Justin Kroll
The two tied the knot in Italy in October 2012 and he officially announced on Instagram on his 34th birthday that they are expecting their first child together.
We’ve rounded up a list of the cutest thing Justin’s ever said about his wifey because they’re just too cute not to share.
1. His baby announcement.
2. He told People magazine their wedding, “It was magical. It was an unforgettable evening."
3. Oh, and he actually wrote a special song for her to walk down the aisle to. Yes, he serenaded her as she walked her way to the altar. "It was an original piece I wrote specifically for the evening and for her," he told People.
4."She's a really »
Scott Eastwood is following in his father’s footsteps of becoming a leading man on the big screen.
The 28-year-old actor scored the lead in the upcoming Nicholas Sparks’ book-turned-movie, The Longest Ride, out this April. In the highly-anticipated romantic flick, Scott plays Luke Collins, a champion bull rider fighting to save his family’s ranch – an adventurous role that helped him check one activity off his bucket list. But what else is on that list? Scott spilled all while chatting with ETonline.
“Mount Everest…. Kids -- two or three,” Scott answered, before adding he’s also hoping to do another film with his dad. Most recently, Scott appeared alongside his father in 2012’s Trouble with the Curve. He also worked with his legendary pops on Flags of Our Fathers, Invictus, and Gran Torino.
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In The Longest Ride, Scott’s character »
The untitled project will feature Joseph Gordon-Levitt as the ex-cia employee, who caused an international incident by leaking classified files.
Eastwood has boarded the project as a top Nsa agent whose life is forever changed by Snowden's actions, reports Deadline.
The movie is scheduled to be released in 2016.
A documentary about Snowden, titled Citizenfour, is vying for Best Documentary Feature at this month's Academy Awards. »
I saw American Sniper last night, and hated it slightly less than I expected to. Like most Clint Eastwood movies – and I like Clint Eastwood movies for the most part – it's a simple, well-lit little fairy tale with the nutritional value of a fortune cookie that serves up a neatly-arranged helping of cheers and tears for target audiences, and panics at the thought of embracing more than one or two ideas at any time.
It's usually silly to get upset about the self-righteous way Hollywood moviemakers routinely turn serious subjects into baby food. »
Film Music Reporter has news of two upcoming, high-profile scores and their composers.
Christophe Beck is behind the score to the Golden Globe- and Oscar-winning film Frozen. The Frozen soundtrack, certified platinum 11 weeks after its release, has sold more than one million copies, and spent five non-consecutive weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 album chart. Beck returned to the Muppets in Muppets Most Wanted after scoring The Muppets in 2011. He’s also scored the blockbuster Hangover trilogy, Tower Heist, Due Date, Date Night and Pitch Perfect. He staged the drama for such films as We Are Marshall, Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief, Elektra, The Sentinel, Under The Tuscan Sun, and indie films Year Of The Dog, Phoebe In Wonderland, Saved! and the award-winning documentary Waiting For Superman. »
- Melissa Thompson
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