Pretty Woman (1990)
On Sunday, the 35-year-old activist announced in a photo with Gere, 69, and the Dalai Lama, 83, that the couple is expecting their first child together. (Gere has 18-year-old son Homer James Jigme with ex-wife Carey Lowell, 57, while Silva has a 5½-year-old son named Albert from a previous marriage.)
In April, the actor married the Spanish activist in a secret ceremony after first reconnecting in 2014 and dating since then. The two live together in New York and often pose together for her Instagram in sweet photos.
The 50-year-old actress invited a fan onstage during a panel at the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival when he told her he had flown from Indonesia to get a glimpse of her.
“Look at your T-shirt! I’m in love with you,” Roberts said during the panel. “That’s incredible. What a good human you are.”
The fan, Kenny Santana, couldn’t be heard in the video, but he told Global News he had admitted to the star he had been “waiting for this moment for 28 years.
Sean, played with an admirable fearlessness by Matt Bomer, is the weatherman, a usually chipper professional who has an on-camera meltdown — something more than a crying jag, but not quite a cry of anguish — while forecasting another day of hellish heat in and around L.A. Ordered to take a sabbatical by a news director who’s worried about tarnishing the station’s “brand,” Sean finds himself
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The actor, 54, opened up to People at the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival about his longstanding friendship with Roberts, 50, since the two co-starred in 1997’s My Best Friend’s Wedding.
“After this many years, I don’t make the habit of hanging out in other people’s trailers, other people’s dressing rooms, with one exception,” Mulroney said, turning to face Roberts as she smiled at him.
The two star together in Bad Robot Sam Esmail’s
“They all would’ve changed my career, without a doubt,” Reynolds said of all the roles he turned down that went on to be huge successes in his memoir “But Enough About Me.” “I would’ve been offered all kinds of roles. You know, how much can you do in a ‘Smokey and the Bandit?'”
Below, a list of every painfully successful leading role Reynolds turned down over the course of his 60-year-long career.
One of Reynolds’ biggest regrets was not playing James Bond. His excuse? That the public wouldn’t accept an American playing 007 — and he said as much to producer Cubby Broccoli, who offered him the role after Sean Connery retired.
The total in Week 13 of the Broadway season comes after grossing $1,065,917 last week; the week ending August 12 broke the original Nederlander mark with a gross of $1,142,989.
Overall, Broadway box office for the week ending Sunday dipped for a second week to $33,662,782 for 30 shows, off from last week’s $35,465,012. Both weeks had 30 titles in the rotation.
Among the notables, Hello, Dolly bid farewell with its last show Saturday, taking in $2,342,741 at the Shubert for its final eight performances. It was the second-highest gross total for the week behind (of course) Hamilton at the Richard Rogers, which took in $3,249,628 for its eight shows.
Among the newer newcomers, the musical Gettin’ The Band
More than 300 guests are expected to attend at this year’s star-studded event.
Hosted by legendary Emmy-winning actor, comedian and autism advocate Ed Asner, who has a son and grandson on the autistic spectrum. Asner leads a long list of celebrities, sponsors, and top movie studio execs who are All-in this year including Thomas Gibson, Richard Kind, Jim Beaver, Tom Arnold (Roseanne), Brad Garrett, Clancy Brown, Elizabeth Perkins, Lou Diamond Phillips (Courage Under Fire) and Jason Alexander, among many others. More than 300 guests are expected.
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Some of the slip during the week ending Aug. 19 can be attributed to one fewer production on the boards – The Boys in the Band is gone. Attendance for the 30 shows was 264,673, a stout 90% of capacity.
Two productions opened during Week 12: The going-strong Pretty Woman: The Musical, nabbing $1,065,917 and Sro attendance, and the scrappy Gettin’ The Band Back Together, eking out $175,334, a tiny 22% of gross potential. Even at a $36 per ticket average, Gettin‘ filled only 64% of its seats.
Springsteen On Broadway held its spot as priciest seat, with average tickets of $508 no hindrance for the 4,729 fans who filled all the seats. Total b.o. for the five-performance week was $2,406,003.
Most of the 31 productions were down a bit from the previous week. Examples: Aladdin was
When I was a kid, my parents had an amazingly impressive collection of video cassettes, from Bing Crosby’s White Christmas to Shoah (nothing like a nine-hour Holocaust documentary to make these cosy nights in go with a swing). But my favourite tape was The 65th Anniversary Of The Academy Awards: Oscars Greatest Hits! I was not so much obsessed with this video as possessed by it, and to this day my go-to karaoke song is Billy Crystal’s opening number from the 1991 Oscars: “Ghost! Can it win this lottery?/ Ghost! Made me take up pottery.” Do you want to know when Cher took Val Kilmer to the Oscars as her date? How pissed off Barbra Streisand looked in 1992, not to be up for best director for The Prince Of Tides? Then you, my friend, have come to the right columnist.
“It’s so hard to watch it because it’s such a beautiful, iconic performance,” Barks, who plays Vivian Ward, the hooker with a heart of gold, told Variety on Thursday at the musical’s opening night. “You can’t do your own thing for a minute and breathe. We’re lucky we have so many songs to sing, which adds new layers to the character.”
Though Roberts didn’t attend opening night at the Nederlander Theatre, she came to a performance while the show was running previews. The part of Vivian Ward launched Roberts into superstardom, so naturally, Barks said it was “petrifying” performing for her.
“Luckily, I didn’t know she was in the audience,” Barks recalled. “They made a speech [after the performance] like,
Then, by some miracle, we got a Princess Diaries 2: A Royal Engagement, and it was just as good as the first one. While sequels rarely ever out-do the original, Princess Diaries 2 was a solid follow-up to the first movie.
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