Sandra Bullock stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show to promote her new movie, Premonition, with her handsome co-star Julian McMahon in tow. During the visit, Sandra hit Ellen over the head with a prop glass bottle to get back at Ellen for smacking her on the head back in November.
On to the movie… In the thriller-suspense flick, Premonition, Bullock plays Linda Hanson, a bored housewife whose reality gets turned on its head. Linda is plagued with visions that her husband Jim Hanson (Julian McMahon) will suffer a terrible accident and wind up dead, or worse, already is dead.
Chris Rock adds a new film to his list, and a fresh cinematic start, with the release of “I Think I Love My Wife”. The stand-up specialist illustrates how far he has come with the making of this movie.
Chris Rock has always been known for his somewhat abrasive, tell-it-like-it-is stand-up comedy act. However, in contrast to his stand-up performances, his former movies typically rode the line between absurd and dumb.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's ten-month-old daughter is getting her acting career off to an early start. Baby Shiloh is set to play Cate Blanchett's role as an infant in the forthcoming film, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, which also stars Pitt.
Monster’s Ball alums Billy Bob Thornton and Halle Berry team up again for the second time in seven years.
The highly prized actors received much approval for their incredibly steamy on-camera chemistry in the hit movie Monster’s Ball, and they’re at it again. Well… maybe it won’t be as sexual as last time, but still, there is promise for the movie.
Filming has come to a grinding halt as Johnny Depp tends to his ailing daughter. The charismatic Depp puts his child first until she is in the clear.
The movie “Sweeney Todd” was to begin filming over the weekend, but it has been reported that the production will be put on hold until Depp’s daughter, Lily-Rose, makes a full recovery. Fortunately, the project has not been scrapped and “the plan is to re-employ everybody when she is better," an informer told the Sun.
The notorious Trevor Smith (aka Busta Rhymes) found himself without work this month, when he was banned from a film set in New York City.
Although the rapper has had other legal problems this past year, including a physical altercation over payment with his old driver, none have raised as many eyebrows as this latest unusual development unfolds.
"The Ultimate Gift" is the latest offering by Fox Faith. The film is labeled "an inspirational drama based on a book by Jim Stovall that has apparently sold more than 3 million copies." The flick boasts a stellar cast that includes James Garner, Brian Dennehy and Abigail Breslin, who comes in fresh off her Oscar-nominated role in "Little Miss Sunshine".
The movie comes across as a made-for-tv effort that would work perfectly for Hallmark or Lifetime.