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In honor of his 48th birthday, let's take a closer look at why we love him. Hint: It's his face.
His “I LIKE PRANCING” look.
RDJ's “I can do sports” face.
His “I am the light at the end of the tunnel” face.
His “Pee-Wee's Playhouse” look.
Question by Morteza: after “friends” did jennifer aniston and david Schwimmer ever played with each other?
i just watched a video of jennifer aniston in later show which she says to david letterman that in “frinds with money” she has played with david Schwimmer. is that true? because in imdb i couldn’t find that.did they ever played with each other after frinds?
Answer by Lara C
No, I’m really sure Jennifer Aniston did not co-act with David Schwimmer in the film “Friends With Money”.
The main actors in the film are:
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Ron Howard’s latest attempt to get his adaptation of The Dark Tower going: how about if Russell Crowe is in this goddammer?
As you may recall from any of the inconsequential updates I’ve begrudgingly posted on the subject, Howard’s Stephen King adaptation has been languishing since its inception early last year. The director’s plan was to make The Dark Tower even larger than Lord of the Rings (if slightly less tower-filled), spreading the vast, nine-volume tale across three feature films and two limited-run television series.
He’d set the project up at Universal, with Javier Bardem attached to play the lead role of gunslinger Roland Deschain, but the studio dropped the project last July, back when they thought their future was in Battleship sequels. In March, Warner Bros. began cautiously considering Howard’s ambitious plan, but their reluctance to get started with things has reportedly cost them once-secured participation of Bardem. So, Deadline reports, Howard and writer Akiva Goldsman have now started talks to their Beautiful Mind star Russell Crowe in the lead role. After all, if Crowe can sell Goldsman lines like, “Perhaps it is good to have a beautiful mind, but an even greater gift is to discover a beautiful heart,” maybe he can sell this thing to Warner Bros. If not, then on to Will Smith.
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And 48 Hrs. director Walter Hill is going to be the one remaking it.
Having just finished work with Sylvester Stallone’s veins in Bullet to the Head, Hill is now teaming with The Aldrich Company to write and direct a new version of the 1962 classic What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?, which starred Joan Crawford as a Hollywood star who, after an ambiguous car accident, is basically held captive and tortured by her jealous sister (an Oscar-nominated performance by a horrifying-looking Bette Davis). Sort of a gothic, one-sided Step Brothers, I believe is how AFI describes it.
Discussing the project, Hill expressed his desire to “make a modern film without modernizing the period” such that it would “resonate the golden age of Hollywood” and probably not involve the internet, however tempting it will surely be to make Baby Jane a former YouTube sensation. Anyway, despite still wanting to remake What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? for some reason, Hill does at least seem to understand what it is that’s made it such an enduring thriller, as the director noted, “The two equal leads demand great performers — that is a given.” Which sounds to me like as good excuse as any to get Eddie Murphy and Nick Nolte back together.
Did you like Deadwood? Hey, then you’d probably also like this live-action Star Wars series producer Rick McCallum is still talking about after all these years! Because one of the things he’s now talking about is how it’s apparently just Deadwood in space.
Speaking to Den of Geek, the longtime George Lucas producer explained that the reason he’s having such a hard time getting a Star Wars series going–despite, he says, having “spent three and a half years” and having “50 hours totally scripted”–is that it’s just such a dark, Deadwood-like thing meant to sell toys to adults this time. Said McCallum:
Our biggest problem is that these stories are adult. I mean…these are like Deadwood in space. It so unlike anything you’ve ever associated with George before in relation to Star Wars. These aren’t for kids. I mean, we hope they’ll watch, but it’s not being targeted at 8-to-9 year old boys. The situation we have is that each episode – or if you put two hour long episodes together – is bigger than any film we’ve ever done.
While that unlikely description sounds admittedly promising, McCallum noted that it also will be hard to make the series because they “only have about $ 5-6 million we can spend on each episode”–episodes he described as being “on the Avatar level,” because there sadly wasn’t a better example of a vast, CGI-heavy sci-fi world invented by an aging technophile he could think of. He also said that the show is probably too expensive for cable and too large and edgy for network television, so we probably shouldn’t count on seeing it anytime soon. Which is a shame, because I was getting pretty excited about hearing Ian McShane voice Jar Jar.
Having the honor of being the very first to receive the newly created tribute, Emma Stone was presented with the Trailblazer Award at the 2012 MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles last night (June 3).
The captivating young actress was first presented with a comedic clip of her fellow Hollywood stars commenting on her special MTV accolade – which was added to the lineup as a way to honor a bright Hollywood newbie.
Moving on to her acceptance speech, Emma was overwhelmed with emotion as she shed a few joyous tears while saying, “Thank you, I’m a crier.”
Miss Stone continued to tell, “So, I looked up the actual definition of trailblazer, and it means someone who blazes a trail to be followed by others. And that’s an honor to hear you’re being associated with a concept like that. But the only thing I can hope that an award inspires is originalitybecause the trailblazers I’ve looked up to and been inspired by are people like Gilda Radner and Bill Murray and John Candy and Charlie Chaplin and the Beatles and J.D. Salinger. Lorne Michaels, who reminds m e the importance of comedy, and Cameron Crowe, whose work consistently reminds me of why I want to be an actor.”
Then offering encouraging and inspirational words to everyone listening, the “Amazing Spider-Man” star, finished up by proclaiming, “Those people are my creative trailblazers, but I’m not following any of their paths, and what’s incredible about them is they help make me want to be more myself because they’re all originals. And I hope that you’ll find your trailblazers. And, trust me, I do not need to be one of them. I probably shouldn’t be one of them [laughs]. But that you’ll continue to harness your own originality and what makes you unique ’cause I know that when you’re a teenager — sometimes when you’re an adult — what sets you apart can sometimes feel like a burden and it’s not. And a lot of the time, it’s what makes you great. So I kind of sound like I live in a van down by the river right now. But I am deeply touched and grateful for this.”
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On today’s Digg Reel, we feature the best of the worst of television. Would you want to take an Australian vacation with John Travolta? Of course not. You would probably rather be smacked in the face with a watermelon, like this woman. All this and more madness here.
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