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|Chris Pratt: Son Jack had a blast on 'The Magnificent Seven' set|
Annie MartinTORONTO, Sept. 9 (UPI) -- Chris Pratt revealed he and Jack, his 4-year-old son with Anna Faris, made "some lifelong memories" on the set of "The Magnificent Seven."
10 points by UPI | United Press International William Randolph Hearst International News Service News World Communications American television actors American film actors Anna Faris
|The who’s who of Taylor Swift’s many men|
As another one bites the dust, take a look at all the rest that didn't quite pan out.
44 points by New York Post | New York Post American television actors Google American film actors Hannah Montana: The Movie App Store Taylor Swift Julianne Hough
|Toronto: Justin Timberlake Concert Film Bought by Netflix|
Streaming service Netflix has bought worldwide rights to the concert film “Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids” and set an Oct. 12 release date. Netflix made the deal ahead of the film’s world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on Tuesday. “Justin Timberlake + The Tennessee Kids” is directed Jonathan Demme, whose credits include... Read more »
581 points by Variety | MGM Grand Garden Arena Neil Young: Heart of Gold American film actors Neil Young Memphis Tennessee 52nd Grammy Awards Emmy Award winners Justin Timberlake
|Box Office: ‘Sully’ Lands with $1.4 Million Opening on Thursday Night|
Tom Hanks’ “Sully” has opened with a solid $1.4 million in Thursday night preview showings at about 2,700 North American locations. “Sully” is expected to win the weekend, the first of the fall season. Warner Bros.’ “Sully” has been forecast to reach at least $25 million at 3,525 locations ahead of Sony’s thriller “When the... Read more »
329 points by Variety | American film actors American television actors Warner Bros. New Line Cinema Clint Eastwood Robinson Crusoe Daniel Defoe Village Roadshow Pictures
|Full list: Michigan's recruits (with highlight videos)|
Michigan's football and basketball recruits for the 2016, 2017 and 2018 classes.
161 points by Detroit Free Press | 200 American film actors
|Toronto: 9/11 Documentary ‘Man in Red Bandana’ Narrated by Gwyneth Paltrow in Development|
Verdi Productions, Manga Entertainment and RDZ Productions are producing the documentary “Man in Red Bandana,” which focuses on late 9/11 hero Welles Crowther, Variety has learned exclusively. The film is written and directed by Matthew J. Weiss. Chad A. Verdi and Joshua Sason are producing and Michelle Verdi exec producing. Gwyneth Paltrow is set to... Read more »
988 points by Variety | World Trade Center Lyle Lovett September 11 attacks United States Gwyneth Paltrow Toronto International Film Festival Nicole Kidman American film actors
|Danny DeVito to make his Broadway debut in Arthur Miller's 'The Price'|
Karen ButlerNEW YORK, Sept. 8 (UPI) -- Danny DeVito is to make his Broadway debut in Arthur Miller's "The Price" this winter, the Roundabout Theater Company announced.
4 points by UPI | Broadway theatre United Press International It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia International News Service News World Communications William Randolph Hearst Danny DeVito American film actors
|Fall TV preview 2016: 15 most promising new fall shows|
FX's "Better Things," Netflix's "Luke Cage," Amazon's "Good Girls Revolt," Fox's "Pitch" and the CW's "Frequency" are among the 15 brightest fall newcomers. CLEVELAND, Ohio - Critics have only seen the pilot episodes for most new fall TV shows, so there's not enough evidence to conclusively identify the best new shows. But here are 15 newcomers from across the programming spectrum that look incredibly promising. "Pitch" (Fox, premiering Thursday, Sept. 22): Kylie Bunbury is a young star to watch in this engaging drama about the first woman to pitch for a Major League Baseball team. "The Exorcist" (Fox, premiering Friday, Sept. 23): It's a scary and suspenseful addition to TV's robust horror field. "Better Things" (FX, premiered Sept. 8): Co-created by Louis C.K., this wonderfully hard-edged comedy stars Pamela Adlon as a divorced and struggling actress with three children - and the struggle is evident in every scene. "Frequency" (The CW, premiering Wednesday, Oct. 5): Although a reworking of the 2000 film starring Jim Caviezel, the riveting drama starring Peyton List feels remarkably fresh and smart. "Marvel's Luke Cage" (Netflix, premiering Friday, Sept. 30): Marvel has another winner with this series starring Mike Colter as Luke Cage, the fugitive rebuilding his life in Harlem. "Good Girls Revolt" (Amazon, premiering Friday, Oct. 28): Set in the 1960s, this stylish drama stars Joy Bryant as Eleanor Holmes Norton, the lawyer hired to represent women working at Newsday. "Atlanta" (FX, premiered Sept. 6): Donald Glover ("Community") created this incredibly complex and clever comedy-drama mix set around the Atlanta rap scene (he plays Earn, a rap manager with big dreams and big obstacles). "Queen Sugar" (OWN, premiered Sept. 6): Oprah Winfrey's channel has its strongest scripted show yet with this drama about three siblings (Dawn-Lyen Gardner, Rutina Wesley and Kofi Siriboe) reuniting at their father's Louisiana sugar plantation. "This Is Us" (NBC, premiering Tuesday, Sept. 20): The feel-good drama follows four storylines that ultimately connect (making an emotional connection with viewers). "Chance" (Hulu, premiering Wednesday, Oct. 19): Hugh Laurie has found another marvelous TV role, playing a San Francisco forensic neuropsychiatrist in this series based on the novel by Kem Nunn. "The Good Place" (NBC, premiering Monday, Sept. 19): The pilot episode is better than good, providing winning roles for Kristen Bell and Ted Danson. "One Mississippi" (Amazon, premiering Friday, Sept. 9): Comedian Tig Notaro plays a fictionalized version of herself, traveling home to Mississippi after the death of her mother. "The Crown" (Netflix, premiering Friday, Nov. 4): Claire Foy has top billing in this 10-part British-American series about the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. "Designated Survivor" (ABC, premiering Wednesday, Sept. 21): The scripts need work, but another strong prime-time vehicle for Kiefer Sutherland. "High Maintenance" (HBO, premiering Friday, Sept. 16): The web series about a nameless marijuana delivery man becomes an HBO series, and a pretty good one, if a times a little slow and choppy.
19 points by The Plain Dealer | American film actors Tig Notaro American television actors Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom Week-day names Eleanor Holmes Norton Oprah Winfrey Major League Baseball
|Stein says arranging court date on protest-related charges|
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein says she's working with North Dakota authorities to arrange a court date on charges related to her participation in a protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline.
-1 points by Arizona Daily Star | North Dakota Coroner American Jews American film actors American television actors Mandan North Dakota United States New Salem North Dakota
|Review: Tom Hanks sticks the landing as 'Sully'|
Acting is top notch, even if the rescue drama is a bit too ordinary.
4924 points by Arizona Republic | American film actors US Airways Flight 1549 Actors from California Academy Award for Best Actor American television actors Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture 1968 births Chesley Sullenberger
|Ben Affleck is a 1920's soldier-turned-gangster in first teaser trailer for 'Live by Night'|
Wade SheridanLOS ANGELES, Sept. 9 (UPI) -- Ben Affleck is a 1920's gangster in the first teaser trailer for his next directorial effort, "Live by Night."
-1 points by UPI | United Press International American film actors International News Service William Randolph Hearst News World Communications American television actors Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Gone Baby Gone
|Today's celebrity birthdays: Hunter Hayes, J.R. Smith (September 9, 2016)|
Country star Hunter Hayes celebrates his 25th birthday. Cavalier J.R. Smith turns 31. Top celebrity birthdays for September 9th: Actress Sylvia Miles ("Midnight Cowboy") is 82. Actor Topol ("Fiddler on the Roof") is 81. Singer Luther Simmons (The Main Ingredient) is 74. Singer Inez Fox is 74. Singer Dee Dee Sharp is 71. Guitarist John McFee of The Doobie Brothers is 66. Actor Tom Wopat is 65. Musician-producer Dave Stewart (Eurythmics) is 64. Actress Angela Cartwright ("The Danny Thomas Show," "Lost In Space") is 64. Actor Hugh Grant is 56. Actor Charles Esten ("Nashville") is 51. Actress Constance Marie ("George Lopez") is 51. Actor-comedian Adam Sandler is 50. Model Rachel Hunter is 47. Actor Eric Stonestreet ("Modern Family") is 45. Actor Henry Thomas ("E.T.") is 45. Actor Goran Visnjic ("ER") is 44. Jazz singer Michael Buble is 41. Actress Michelle Williams ("Brokeback Mountain," "Dawson's Creek") is 36. Country singer Hunter Hayes is 25. Other popular or historical birthdays for September 9th: Leo Tolstoy, novelist Harland Sanders, founder Kentucky Fried Chicken Jimmy 'The Greek' Snyder, gambler and sportscaster Joe Theismann, former NFL qb and sportscaster (67) J.R. Smith, NBA player (31) with The Associated Press and HistoryOrb.com
1 points by The Plain Dealer | American film actors American television actors Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress The Doobie Brothers Michelle Williams Angela Cartwright Jake Gyllenhaal Grammy Award winners
|Tom Hanks explores the drama and trauma of being a hero in 'Sully'|
When a US Airways pilot landed a damaged plane in the Hudson River in the middle of winter, saving all 155 people on board, he was immediately hailed a hero - but even heroes can be crumbling on the inside.
68 points by | Academy Award for Best Actor American film actors Actors from California Chesley Sullenberger Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture National Transportation Safety Board Million Dollar Baby Two-Face
|Western remake 'The Magnificent Seven' opens Toronto Film Festival|
A merry band of outlaws and hired hands kicked off the Toronto International Film Festival on Thursday in "The Magnificent Seven", leading a slew of action films and intimate true stories vying for early buzz leading into Hollywood's annual awards season.
93 points by | Training Day Academy Award for Best Actor Academy Award Denzel Washington Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor Antoine Fuqua American film actors Brooklyn's Finest
|Tom Hanks earns his wings as hero pilot ‘Sully’|
After delivering a “Sergeant York” for a new generation with the deeply patriotic if also anti-war film “American Sniper,” 86-year-old Clint Eastwood continues in the modern American hero vein with “Sully,” a biographical drama about the airline pilot Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger, who famously landed a US Airways jet on the Hudson River, saving dozens of lives, including his own, and giving a mourning city a reason to cheer. As someone remarks, New York needed a good story about a jet.
4 points by Boston Herald | Academy Award for Best Actor US Airways Flight 1549 American film actors Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Chesley Sullenberger Clint Eastwood Hudson River American television actors
|'The Magnificent Seven' starts off TIFF with star power on the red carpet|
TIFF: 'Magnificent Seven' is more than just a remake Sept. 9, 2016, 1:28 a.m. The 41st Toronto International Film Festival is under way, kicking off the awards-season derby that will end with the Academy Awards next February. Our film team is on the ground in Canada, getting early looks at many...
-1 points by Los Angeles Times | American film actors American television actors Brooklyn's Finest Toronto International Film Festival Toronto The Newton Boys Training Day Staten Island
|Today's celebrity birthdays: Leslie Jones, Kevin Love (September 7, 2016)|
'Ghostbusters' actor Leslie Jones turns 49 today. Cavs forward Kevin Love celebrates his 28th birthday. Top celebrity birthdays for September 7th: Jazz saxophonist Sonny Rollins is 86. Singer Gloria Gaynor is 73. Actress Susan Blakely ("The Towering Inferno," "The Concorde: Airport '79") is 68. Singer Chrissie Hynde of The Pretenders is 65. Actress Julie Kavner ("The Simpsons") is 65. Keyboardist Benmont Tench of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers is 63. Actor Corbin Bernsen is 62. Actor Michael Emerson ("Lost") is 62. Pianist Michael Feinstein is 60. Actor W. Earl Brown ("Deadwood") is 53. Comedian Leslie Jones (2016's "Ghostbusters," "Saturday Night Live") is 49. Model Angie Everhart is 47. Actress Diane Farr ("Numb3rs") is 47. Actress Monique Gabriela Curnen ("The Dark Knight") is 46. Actor Tom Everett Scott ("Southland," "That Thing You Do!") is 46. Drummer Chad Sexton of 311 is 46. Actress Shannon Elizabeth ("American Pie") is 43. Actor Oliver Hudson ("Nashville") is 40. Actor Devon Sawa ("Slackers," "Final Destination") is 38. Actress Evan Rachel Wood ("The Upside of Anger," "Thirteen") is 29. Other popular or historical birthdays for August 7th: Queen Elizabeth I, English monarch Grandma Moses, painter Paul Brown, NFL coach Buddy Holly, musician Kevin Love, NBA player (28) with The Associated Press and HistoryOrb.com
3 points by The Plain Dealer | American television actors American film actors Elizabeth I of England English-language films American female singers Evan Rachel Wood Gloria Gaynor Devon Sawa
|“Other People” a non-cliched take on the cancer comedy|
There is nothing original about the "parent with cancer" dramatic comedy. And Chris Kelly, the writer and director of "Other People," seems to know that. His Sundance hit, about a mom with cancer, is not a revolutionary movie, but it is well-acted and perceptive.
13 points by The Denver Post | American television actors American film actors Mother Parent Father Suffering Molly Shannon Jesse Plemons
|“The Light Between Oceans” and other films with surprise babies|
Some people find shells and old coins on the beach. In “The Light Between Oceans,” Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander find a baby and, well, finders keepers. They’re not the first characters to discover a surprise bundle of joy.
1 points by The Denver Post | Diane Keaton Mother American film actors Father Academy Award for Best Actress English-language films Infant Wildlife
|Football: Drake Beasley is declared ineligible at La Canada|
Standout running back Drake Beasley, who transferred to La Canada after playing three years at Loyola, has been declared ineligible for this season by the Southern Section, section spokesman Thom Simmons said Thursday night. Beasley will appeal the decision that's already disrupted his senior year....
11 points by Los Angeles Times | American film actors Decision theory Appeal Eligible receiver Punctuation United States Group theory
|Review: Uplifting ‘Sully’ celebrates humans at their best|
Director Clint Eastwood captures essence of what made the 2009 Miracle on the Hudson so inspiring
-1 points by Detroit Free Press | US Airways Flight 1549 Chesley Sullenberger Hudson River New York City American film actors Hero Water landing Manhattan
|Review: Hanks solid, but ‘Sully’ otherwise falters|
Clint Eastwood’s sloppy ‘Sully’ works overtime to tell us what we already know about the Miracle on the Hudson
-1 points by The Detroit News | Chesley Sullenberger US Airways Flight 1549 American film actors Academy Award for Best Actor Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture American television actors Clint Eastwood Actors from California
|Film Review: Meg Ryan’s ‘Ithaca’|
By turns poignant and plodding, affecting and affected, “Ithaca” is the sort of frustrating movie that’s just good enough to make you wish it were a lot better. First-time feature director Meg Ryan — yes, that Meg Ryan — and screenwriter Eric Jendresen have reconstituted William Saroyan’s 1943 novel “The Human Comedy” as a wildly... Read more »
19 points by Variety | World War II Meg Ryan Dennis Quaid Tom Hanks Sleepless in Seattle World War I American film actors Sibling
|Tom Ford to design uniforms for restaurant replacing Four Seasons|
The restaurant’s being taken over by Carbone and Dirty French chefs Mario Carbone and Rich Torrisi, as well as Jeff Zalaznick.
4 points by New York Post | American film actors American television actors MTV Movie Award winners Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress Venice Film Festival American stage actors Empire Awards
|Toronto: Supe Troop Spins Off From Cutting Edge Group|
Laura Katz, who has led Cutting Edge Music Services in Los Angeles for two years, is starting Supe Troop as a specialist in music supervision services for film and TV, Variety has learned exclusively. Music supervisor Chris Piccaro and music coordinator Lauren Weiss have also joined Supe Troop. The new company will work with Cutting... Read more »
-1 points by Variety | American film actors Film Toronto International Film Festival American Jews Los Angeles American television actors English-language films Film crew
|Everyone loved Aaron Eckhart’s ‘Sully’ mustache|
He said the praise came "from both sexes."
85 points by New York Post | American film actors Actors from California Academy Award for Best Actor Two-Face American aviators Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Clint Eastwood Tom Hanks
|Tom Ford marries cutting edge with old-school cool for his Fall/Winter 2016 collection|
Tom Ford sent his Fall/Winter 2016 men’s and women’s collections down the runway – and straight to retail – in midtown Manhattan on Wednesday night at an event that managed to be cutting edge and old-school cool. The former thanks to a multi-camera live-stream that made the show viewable to anyone...
32 points by Los Angeles Times | American film actors American television actors Tom Hanks Coat Rita Wilson Neiman Marcus That Thing You Do! Neil Patrick Harris
|‘Punisher: War Zone’ Director Lexi Alexander Boards Chris Benoit Biopic ‘Crossface’|
German helmer Lexi Alexander has come on board to direct “Crossface,” a biopic about late wresting champ Chris Benoit. Producers are Alex A. Ginzburg and Tony Lee of Let It Play. Ram Getz and Matthew Randazzo V are exec producing. Alexander will direct from a script by Jake Goldberger and Sarah Coulter. The project is... Read more »
1240 points by Variety | Green Street Professional wrestling Wrestling Chris Benoit American television actors American film actors Charlie Hunnam Lexi Alexander
|Watch the First Trailer for Ben Affleck’s ‘Live By Night’|
Ben Affleck’s “Live By Night” got its first trailer on Thursday, showing Affleck in an intense gangster tale. “You don’t think I’m strong enough?” Affleck asks a woman played by Zoe Saldana. “I don’t know if you’re cruel enough,” she answers, to which Affleck replies: “Powerful men don’t have to be cruel.” The film marks Affleck’s... Read more »
1449 points by Variety | American film actors American television actors Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor English-language films The Town American child actors Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Pearl Harbor
|Former publicist says stars are doing more acting than you think|
Rob Shuter worked in PR for Jennifer Lopez, Jessica Simpson, Diddy and Alicia Keys. Now a gossip writer, he spilled the beans on New York magazine’s “Sex Lives” show recently.
31 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Britney Spears American film actors The Late Late Show Jennifer Lopez
|This week’s 5 best bets for what to watch|
Our picks this week for movies, TV and streaming video include 30th-anniversary screenings of “Labyrinth” starring the late David Bowie.
2 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | David Bowie English-language films Cheryl Hines Horror fiction Fox Broadcasting Company American television actors Louisiana American film actors
|Natalie Portman debuts a baby bump at the Venice Film Festival|
Natalie Portman, is that a baby bump you have? In photos taken on the “Planetarium” red carpet at the 73rd Venice Film Festival on Thursday, the “Black Swan” Oscar winner appears to be well on her way toward having another child with husband Benjamin Millepied. The actress, 35, typically keeps...
2 points by Los Angeles Times | American film actors Britney Spears Academy Award for Best Actor Natalie Portman American television actors Darren Aronofsky Twitter Ellen DeGeneres
|Katy Perry weeps at 'Ellen' surprise|
Bring on the Kleenex!
6122 points by CNN | Ellen DeGeneres Katy Perry American film actors The X Factor Walking Surprised by Joy
|Sean Penn’s ‘Last Face’ Starring Charlize Theron, Javier Bardem Lands at Saban|
Saban Films has acquired North American distribution rights to the romantic drama “The Last Face,” starring Charlize Theron and Javier Bardem. Sean Penn directed from a script by Erin Dignam (“The Yellow Handkerchief”). Adèle Exarchopoulos (“Blue Is the Warmest Color”), Jean Reno, and Jared Harris also star. The movie made its world premiere at this year’s... Read more »
84 points by Variety | American film actors Academy Award for Best Actress Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Cannes Film Festival American television actors Charlize Theron Film festival Academy Award for Best Actor
|Danny DeVito to Make Broadway Debut in ‘The Price’|
Danny DeVito has signed on to join John Turturro and Tony Shalhoub in “The Price,” the Arthur Miller play getting a Broadway revival in the spring from Roundabout Theater Company. DeVito makes his Broadway debut in the show as the furniture dealer appraising an estate recently inherited by two brothers (Turturro and Shalhoub). The “Always... Read more »
75 points by Variety | Broadway theatre Theatre Arthur Miller It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia American Airlines Theatre Musical theatre Danny DeVito American film actors
|Meg Ryan’s directorial debut ‘Ithaca’ is a dud|
Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks are together again, sort of, in the disappointing World War II melodrama “Ithaca,” a generous but sticky slice of American apple pie that marks Ryan’s debut as a director. Ryan (who is barely in the film) plays the mother of one son (Ryan’s real-life son Jack Quaid) who is off...
3 points by New York Post | American film actors Meg Ryan World War II Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture American television actors Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama Academy Award for Best Actor Tom Hanks
|Molly Shannon is still a superstar in ‘Other People’|
Deeply personal screenwriting and a superlative performance by Molly Shannon as a dying mom lift “Other People” above the level of many similar tragedy-inflected indie comedies. Jesse Plemons plays a gay New York comedy writer who returns home to Sacramento to deal with his mother’s onrushing cancer even as his reserved father (Bradley Whitford) continues...
30 points by New York Post | Comedy Central Comedy Stand-up comedy English-language films Mother Satire American television actors American film actors
|Sofia Richie says she and Bieber have a ‘special relationship’|
Richie is speaking out about their blossoming romance.
64 points by New York Post | Cabo San Lucas Cabo San Lucas International Airport American film actors San José del Cabo
|Today's celebrity birthdays: Andrew Lincoln, Tyler Perry (September 14, 2016)|
'Walking Dead' star Andrew Lincoln turns 43 today. Tyler Perry is 47. Top celebrity birthdays for September 14th: Actor Walter Koenig ("Star Trek") is 80. Singer-actress Joey Heatherton is 72. Actor Sam Neill is 69. Singer John "Bowzer" Baumann of Sha Na Na is 69. Guitarist Ed King (Strawberry Alarm Clock, Lynyrd Skynyrd) is 67. Actor Robert Wisdom ("Nashville," "The Wire") is 63. Saxophonist Steve Berlin of Los Lobos is 61. Country singer-songwriter Beth Nielsen Chapman is 60. Country singer John Berry is 57. Singer Morten Harket of A-ha is 57. Actress Melissa Leo is 56. Actress Faith Ford ("Faith and Hope," "Murphy Brown") is 52. Actor Dan Cortese is 49. Actor Tyler Perry is 47. Actor Ben Garant ("Reno 911!") is 46. Actress Kimberly Williams-Paisley is 45. Actor Andrew Lincoln ("The Walking Dead") is 43. Rapper Nas is 43. Actor Austin Basis ("Life Unexpected") is 40. Actor Adam Lamberg ("Lizzie McGuire") is 32. Singer Alex Clare is 31. Actor-singer Logan Henderson ("Big Time Rush") is 27. Other popular or historical birthdays for September 14th: Ivan Pavlov, Pavlovian response Amy Winehouse, singer with The Associated Press and HistoryOrb.com
-1 points by The Plain Dealer | American television actors American film actors Lynyrd Skynyrd Strawberry Alarm Clock Ed King Tyler Perry Sha Na Na Faith Ford
|‘Gold’ Trailer: Matthew McConaughey is a Balding Billionaire [VIDEO]|
A balding Matthew McConaughey has gold fever in the first trailer for TWC-Dimension’s aptly-named “Gold.” “The gold is mine,” his character Kenny Wells declares. “I found it.” “Gold” is directed by Stephen Gaghan and loosely based on the Bre-X mining scandal of the 1990s. McConaughey plays Wells as a down-and-out prospector who teams up with... Read more »
297 points by Variety | American film actors American television actors American screenwriters Syriana American film directors Stephen Gaghan Gwen Stacy English-language films
|Callum Turner to Replace Miles Teller in Marc Webb’s Next Film for Amazon (EXCLUSIVE)|
Callum Turner is in negotiations to star in Marc Webb’s next untitled pic, which is set up at Amazon Pictures. He takes the place of Miles Teller, who recently dropped out of the role due to scheduling conflicts. The film was originally titled “The Only Living Boy in New York” and also has Jeff Bridges... Read more »
78 points by Variety | American film actors 1956 births Premier League players Crazy Heart American television actors 1949 births Street Kings 1977 births
|Katy Perry to pay for Orlando shooting survivor’s education|
Orlando shooting survivor Tony Marrero said that Perry's song "Rise" inspired him to move forward after the death of his best friend.
255 points by New York Post | Ellen DeGeneres Finding Nemo American film actors
|Gwyneth Paltrow writes about living the 'un-Hollywood dream'|
Gwyneth Paltrow is just too punk rock for your Hollywood sensibilities, and she’s not afraid to say it. Actress and personal brand-builder Gwyneth Paltrow published an essay Wednesday accompanying an interview she gave corporate networking site LinkedIn about the process of building her lifestyle...
77 points by Los Angeles Times | Chris Martin American film actors American television actors Britney Spears Austin Powers in Goldmember American stage actors Gwyneth Paltrow American female singers
|Julianne Hough flashes the cameras and more star snaps|
Julianne is feeling frisky, Jennifer Lopez has a doppelgänger and more...
2 points by New York Post | New York Post New York City American film actors Google American television actors App Store Cirque du Soleil Julianne Hough
|Bragbook for Sept. 9|
-1 points by Atlanta Journal Constitution | Cities in Georgia National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities American film actors American television actors Council of Independent Colleges Atlanta Braves Middle school Elementary school
|Matthew McConaughey pursues the American dream in first trailer for 'Gold'|
Wade SheridanLOS ANGELES, Sept. 8 (UPI) -- Matthew McConaughey strikes it rich in the first trailer for upcoming drama "Gold."
25 points by UPI | United Press International International News Service News World Communications William Randolph Hearst American film actors United States
|Toronto: Werner Herzog’s ‘Salt and Fire’ Bought by XLrator Media|
XLrator Media has bought U.S. distribution rights to Werner Herzog’s “Salt and Fire,” starring Michael Shannon, Veronica Ferres and Gael Garcia Bernal. The deal was announced on Thursday in advance of its North American premiere at the Toronto Film Festival. XLrator Media will release the film in theaters in the spring. Herzog directed from his... Read more »
15 points by Variety | Gael García Bernal Toronto International Film Festival Film festival Film director American film actors Michael Shannon Sundance Film Festival The Motorcycle Diaries
|Grindhouse-style 'Happy Birthday' talks its sadistic head off|
There’s a fine line between mocking obnoxious bro behavior and celebrating it, and writer-director Casey Tebo’s “Happy Birthday” too often falls on the wrong side of the divide. Though well-acted and stylish, this meta-grindhouse exercise strains under its own self-satisfied cleverness. Matt Bush...
4 points by Los Angeles Times | Vanessa Lengies American film actors American television actors Aerosmith Buddy Rich Erik Palladino Walk This Way
|‘The Last Ship’ Renewed for Season 5 at TNT|
“The Last Ship’s” journey will continue on TNT for another season. The Turner network renewed the drama, starring Eric Dane, for a fifth season on Thursday. More to come.
519 points by Variety | Charmed Eric Dane Marley & Me Turner Broadcasting System American film actors
|Care after surgery much appreciated|
I would like to take this opportunity to thank the staff at Pleasant View Genesis Nursing for the care that I received in my rehab for close to three months. I would like to especially thank the following who gave a little extra when they didn’t have to: Brad Rucker, Codey Gravel, Bobby Antoine, Tyl...
1 points by Concord Monitor | Orthopedic surgery Bone fracture Arthroscopy Family American film actors American television actors Cousin Hospital