If you want to see Ocean’s Thirteen before any of your friends, start looking for tickets to France. Steven Soderbergh’s latest installment of the “Ocean’s” franchise will make its international premiere at the Cannes Film Festival this May.
Movie industry journal Daily Variety reported that a date for the out-of-competition screening had yet to be set, without indicating its sources. The studio and festival hoped that many of the film's stars, including George Clooney, Brad Pitt and Al Pacino, would attend, Variety added.
Blades of Glory, the frequently promoted ice skating comedy comes to theatres Friday, March 30th. The two comic geniuses, Will Ferrell and John Heder, star in this goofy premise involving competitive world class ice skaters.
The movie certainly has the right names, as it stars Will Ferrell (Old School, Talladega Nights) and John Heder (Napoleon Dynamite, Benchwarmers). While the premise is reasonable enough, the movie’s screenplay is certainly lacking.
Jessica Alba has been a mainstay atop of nearly every Sexiest Woman Alive list published in recent years. Despite this fact, the stunning actress has recently dished on her fear that her breasts weren’t big enough for her role in ‘Sin City’.
Alba played Nancy, an exotic dancer, whose role required a "cowgirl with lasso" striptease scene.
If you have always wanted to have lunch with Richard Gere, you just got one step closer to your dream. The "Pretty Woman" actor is offering fans the chance to have a private lunch with him in an online auction.
The Robert F. Kennedy Memorial human rights organization is the beneficiary of over a hundred lots being auctioned off. Lunch with Gere at his still-to-be-opened restaurant in New York City is currently fetching around $13,500, but bids are still coming in.
It’s one of the most embarrassing things to happen to most teenagers. You’re getting up close and personal with your significant other and DAD walks in. In the moments of discomfort that follow, usually there is minimal eye contact and a rush to leave. But what if that wasn’t possible? What if you were actually getting paid to simulate sex with someone, and your dad insisted on watching? Ask Thora Birch.
John Travolta will star in a remake of the film Hairspray. With Adam Shankman directing, the new film features Michelle Pfeiffer as the villainous TV station owner and mother of Tracy's rival, Queen Latifah as the saucy record-shop owner Motormouth Maybelle, Amanda Bynes as Tracy's best pal and Christopher Walken as Tracy's dad and Edna's husband.
Pamela Anderson and Denise Richards have tossed their names onto the ever-growing list of celebrities being sued for paparazzi-related incidences.
According to the latest reports, two of the camera-happy snappers are suing Richards and Anderson for an incident that occurred last November in Canada.
First reported by TMZ, the lawsuit was filed March 23, in Los Angeles County Superior Court. The photogs, Scott Cosman and Rik Fedyck, "claim that Denise Richards went into violent rage when she spotted them taking photographs (of her) on the set of 'Blonde and Blonder'."
Contrary to speculation that she was done with the films, "Harry Potter" actress Emma Watson has decided to reprise her role as Hermione Granger in the final two installments of the hit series, Warner Bros. said on Friday.
Watson was not the only recent signing. Reuters has reported that Rupert Grint will also be returning as Harry's friend, Ron Weasley, and as previously announced, Daniel Radcliffe signed up to return as Harry in the sixth and seventh installments of the seven-part series.
Mel Gibson has allowed his mouth to get the better of him once more, letting the f bomb fly during a heated press conference. During his latest outburst, Gibson told a Central American Studies assistant professor to "f**k off", stunning those in attendance.
ABC news is reporting that the ultra-successful actor turned producer, "who made headlines last summer for anti-Semitic comments he made during a drunk driving arrest, was addressing a film class at Cal State University at Northridge Thursday night when the professor questioned the accuracy of his film 'Apocalypto.'"