Charlize Theron In ‘Fast 8’: First Image Dropped Online
Charlize Theron is at the Cannes Film Festival now for tonight’s premiere of her film The Last Face, but meanwhile, the first shot of her in Universal’s Fast 8 dropped on the pic’s social pages this morning. Mike Fleming Jr. broke the news about Theron boarding the franchise as a new character back in April. Fast 8 starts its engines on April 14. Take a… Read
‘Page Six TV’ Unveils On Fox Stations July 18
The New York Post will launch Page Six TV in July, in partnership with Endemol Shine North America and Fox Television Stations. The daily half-hour show, modeled after the News Corp-owned newspaper’s iconic gossip column, will premiere Monday, July 18, for a three-week preview on select Fox stations including New York and Los Angeles. It will feature a panel of experts and insiders delivering gossip and news from entertainment, culture, the media, finance, real estate and… Read
Geraldo Rivera Sits Down With El Chapo Gal Pal Kate Del Castillo On Saturday
History may have put in development the story of notorious Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, without Kate del Castillo or Sean Penn, from Narcos co-creator co-creator Chris Brancato. But Fox News Channel boasted this afternoon it has Castillo, for a one-hour special airing this coming Saturday. Fox News Reporting: Beauty & the Beast – When Kate met Chapo will be hosted by Geraldo Rivera, who sits down with Mexican actress to discuss her relationship with… Read
Pamela Anderson Joins ‘Baywatch’ Film With Dwayne Johnson
Pamela Anderson is returning to the beach that helped make her a pop culture phenomenon. The pneumatic blonde has booked a role in Paramount Pictures' Baywatch which is being directed by Seth Gordon.
Baywatch, the feature based on the popular TV show of the same name, is being produced by Beau Flynn and Ivan Reitman from a script by the writing team of Mark Swift and Damain Shannon with a latest draft by Barry Schwartz. The film stars Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron.
Victoria Wood Dies: BAFTA-Winning Comic, Actress & Writer Was 62
Celebrated British comedian and writer Victoria Wood, who blazed a trail in the 1980s with her series Victoria Wood: As Seen on TV , has died after what was described as a “short but brave” battle with cancer. She was 62.
Her publicist Neil Reading confirmed the news Wednesday. “The multi BAFTA Award-winning writer, director, actor and comedian died peacefully at her north London home with family this morning,” he said. “The family ask for privacy at this very sad… Read
Scarlett Johansson Is A Stone Cold Killer In ‘Ghost In The Shell’ – First Look
Paramount and Dreamworks Pictures today released the first look image of Scarlett Johansson in Rupert Sanders’ Ghost in the Shell and she’s all moody purpose and dark-haired intent. No surprise, maybe, given that the story follows a female special ops cyborg (Johansson) who leads a fictional counter-cyberterrorist organization called Public Security Section 9 for Hanka Robotics. The unit is devoted to stopping the most dangerous criminals and extremists, who will stop at… Read
Guy Pearce And Kylie Minogue To Star In Stephan Elliott’s ‘Flammable Children’
Guy Pearce and Kylie Minogue are set to star in Stephan Elliott’s Flammable Children opposite Radha Mitchell. It would make the first time the two appear on screen together since starring almost 30 years ago in the popular soap Neighbours. The new comedy from Elliott (The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert) takes place in 1975. The sexual revolution is in full swing; Australia is in the throes of a constitutional crisis; and in a sleepy beachside suburb, an… Read
Bernie Sanders Recruits Mark Ruffalo For TV Ad Ahead Of Wisconsin Primary
“Bernie Sanders comes to us in a moment of crisis of credibility in the American political system,” Mark Ruffalo says in his new ad for Democratic White House hopeful Bernie Sanders, on the eve of the Wisconsin primary. “People feel like they have given up on the system, and that is exactly what the bad guys want us to do.”
The Vermont senator is on a bit of a streak, after beating Hillary Clinton in Alaska, Hawaii and Washington on “Western Saturday,” four days after… Read
William Friedkin To Deliver Cinema Masterclass At This Year’s Cannes Film Festival
Iconoclastic director William Friedkin will give the cinema masterclass at this year’s Cannes film festival. The Exorcist director follows in the footsteps of Martin Scorsese, Nanni Moretti, Wong Kar-wai and Quentin Tarantino among others. The masterclass will be hosted by film critic Michel Ciment.
Friedkin recently published his memoir The Friedkin Connection, the title a nod to his 1971 classic The French Connection, starring Gene Hackman as NY cop Jimmy “Popeye” Doyle… Read
Hey Spielberg, Blanchett, Clooney, Bono, Jolie, Rupert & Everybody Else: California Owes You Money
EXCLUSIVE: Cate Blanchett is owed more than $16,000, and the money is there for her to claim; Abigail Breslin’s owed over $17,000; Steven Spielberg has an uncashed $10,000 cashier's check waiting for him; there’s $15,000 due Bill Murray, $12,000 for Elton John, Gary Oldman’s owed $8,410, David Geffen $5,471, Barry Diller $3,000, Stevie Wonder’s owed a whopping $91,420 and now-Oscar-winning composer Ennio Morricone is owed $9,500. Just about all the film and TV companies… Read
Spring Has Sprung On Busy Broadway, But Stars In Bummers Go Begging At Box Office
The vernal equinox brought sunshine, good cheer and the tonic ringing of cash registers (if cash registers still existed and still rang) on Broadway during Week 44 of the 2015-16 season. New shows (Waitress, Shuffle Along, Or, the Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed, American Psycho, Bright Star), opened for business, hit shows kept batting near 1.000, and — great news for producers, bad news for customers — average ticket prices leapt during the… Read
Kevin Hart Plans Memoir For Father’s Day 2017 Release
37 INK, an imprint of Simon & Schuster’s Atria Publishing Group, will publish From the Hart, which promises to be “an anecdote-filled, inspirational memoir” by Kevin Hart, according to Dawn Davis, Vice President and Publisher. Scheduled for a Father's Day 2017 publication, From the Hart will look at how the actor, comedian and writer has used the pitfalls and setbacks he’s experienced in his life, which range from growing up with an addicted father to failing miserably… Read