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Michael Caine–the sage, fatherly wormhole that passes through all of Christopher Nolan’s universe, at least to like 2005–will surprise no one by showing up in Interstellar. He joins the just-cast Jessica Chastain, Anne Hathaway in Nolan’s film, which has to do with an interstellar voyage, wormholes, and other science-y things to test “the farthest borders of our scientific understanding.” As with the rest of the cast, Caine’s role isn’t revealed. But when the interstellar spaceship takes off, I bet he’ll let slip a coy smile, revealing a pride in McConaughey that betrays his earlier angry words of concern.
Happy Valentine's day y'all.
While YOU were watching the Grammys last night, Courtney Stodden and her father were busy taking these pictures that will probably scar you for life. You've been warned.
Last night was the release party for Courtney Stodden's new single.
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Which one wears underwear that glows to, of course.
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It's a happy occasion, so you wouldn't think it out of the ordinary to see Courtney and her dad hugging…
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He's done a great job so far, but I think there is potential for growth.
1. Make George Lopez Relevant Again
2. Insult Beyoncé
We dare you to try this one.
3. Come Out In Defense Of Ray Lewis
4. Somehow Be A Part Of The 20/20 Experience
If you like dreamy, beautifully-shot, costume romance, pour yourself a rosé and tuck into this trailer for the latest take on the frequently-adapted Emily Brontë tale, Wuthering Heights. Directed by Oscar winner Andrea Arnold, the film is already being highly praised for its startlingly-impressive visuals, and the equally-impressive fact that the title hasn’t been changed to Werewolfing Heights to accomodate a lycanthropy subplot. Is that not yet compulsory?
And he’s banged all the hot out of her. I knew this would happen. Earlier in the week, there were long distance pics of Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher that I never got a hold of, so here’s the two of them going out to eat last night and not even caring if anyone sees Read More …
Speaking to Empire Magazine, A Good Day to Die Hard director John Moore has warned us not to expect much in the way of lightheartedness or wisecracks from John McClane in his latest adventure. After all, Moore explained, in the midst of a worldwide financial crisis, who can really know what a TV dinner feels like anymore?
With Moore reportedly “keen to downplay idea that the fifth Die Hard could be a light-hearted romp,” the magazine asked him, “no glib jokes then? No ‘How can the same shit happen to the same guy five times…’ lines?” (Note: that’s really less a glib joke than a pretty rational question for John McClane to be asking.)
The Max Payne director’s response:
“No, because that’s preposterous! I don’t know whether it’s post-financial crash or whatever, but I don’t think people are in the mood for that bollocks anymore. People are well savvy to the cynical reheating of any product, any franchise. Any shit won’t do. The bar’s a bit higher.”
That’s not to say there won’t be a few laughs to be had among the murderin’ and father-son bonding, though. Moore added:
“There are a couple of great gags and a couple of great McClanisms. It’s not like he this idiot, bumbling around Moscow making ‘America won the Cold War’ jokes. It’s not Carry On Die Hard, I can assure you…”
Fair enough, Moore, but if you’re so intent on not going the “idiot, bumbling around Moscow making ‘America won the Cold War’ jokes” route, then there’s no getting upset when Larry the Cable Guy takes that for Delta Farce 2: Nyet-R-Done.
Before we go back down Xenu’s rabbit hole, let’s just take a minute to marvel at Katie Holmes‘ acting skills. Here she is in her car after making her first public appearance for Project Runway yesterday where clearly she let her guard down for a moment and, understandably, looks like a tired woman who’s aging Read More …
Concerned the title Resident Evil: Retribution had a bit too much dignity for such a thinly-stretched excuse to make Milla Jovovich slide/jump around shooting pistols, Screen Gems has decided to tweak the name to better identify the film as the lazy, unabashed facsimile it really is. So, sow they’ve slapped a “5″ in there, making the film Re5ident Evil: Retribution and drawing obvious comparisons to fellow film classic The Empire 5trikes Back.
Anyway, I guess it does make sense from a business perspective. Now it’s a stronger reminder that there are another four of these things you should probably purchase on Blu-ray and digital download. And it’s always smart to wait until the seventh or eighth film before you start outright naming them “The shit with the model shooting things again.”
- Greaseball Brett Ratner told the New York Times he’s currently working on his “dream project”: an adaptation of the hit musical Wicked. Funny, because looking at him, I always imagined his dream project being paying poor women to lick up individually-wrapped margarine patties he throws on the floor.
- Good news for Anthony LaPaglia: the Without a Trace star has been added to the cast of Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained. He will be playing Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s much older brother, who looks like Anthony LaPaglia.
- Olivia Wilde and Steve Buscemi are in talks to join the Steve Carell-Jim Carrey magician comedy Burt Wonderstone, thus giving that movie the broadest eye attractiveness variance in the history of film.
- Martin Campbell delivered one of the best Bond films to date with Casino Royale, but then he made Green Lantern, and so his fate is now to direct a film remake of the 1981 Lee Majors series The Fall Guy. The show ran for five seasons, and focused on a Hollywood stunt man moonlighting as a bounty hunter. Think Drive, but with none of the elements that made Drive enjoyable.