Jack O’Connell is set to star with Angelina Jolie directing the pic.
An unofficial tribute to actor Paul Walker and his friend Roger Rodas drew thousands of people Sunday afternoon to the street where the two died in a car crash Nov. 30.
Nearly 8,000 fans responded to a Facebook invite for memorial gathering in honor of Walker and Rodas, so roads surrounding the event in Santa Clarita, Calif. were packed with cars, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff.
"12 Years a Slave" and "Gravity" remain out front in the Oscar race for Best Picture, according to the latest predictions of Hollywood’s experts polled by Gold Derby. Neither film got bumped by "American Hustle,” which just screened to journalists and industry insiders this past week. Instead, they retained their lead while David O. Russell's latest feature has so far remained in the second tier of Top 10 contenders
Max Martini will protect him—on the silver screen, at least. Meaning? The role of Jason Taylor, Christian Grey’s trusted bodyguard in Fifty Shades of Grey, will be played by the 43-year-old actor, the studio behind the film confirmed Tuesday, Nov. 26.
Footballer-turned-actor says cancer is his ‘toughest and scariest opponent yet’ after operations to remove cancerous patches
Footballer-turned-actor Vinnie Jones has revealed he is having treatment for skin cancer.
Sutton Foster is teaming up with Amy Sherman-Palladino again. Three years after winning her second lead actress Tony, the Bunheads actress returns to Broadway to star in the 1997 musical Violet, playing a “facially disfigured North Carolina girl in the mid-1960s” who believes a televangelist can make her scar disappear.
Jennifer Love Hewitt gave birth to Autumn James Hallisay on Tuesday in Los Angeles. But that’s not all… A rep confirmed to E! News that she also secretly tied the knot to her fiancé Brian Hallisay. “Jennifer Love Hewitt and her husband Brian Hallisay are thrilled to announce the birth of their daughter,” the couple’s statement read. Us Weekly was the first to report the news.
Jennifer Lawrence and “The Hunger Games Catching Fire” scored a box-office bulls-eye this weekend, roaring to $161 million in its U.S. opening. The domestic haul is the biggest November debut ever and the year’s second-best, behind only Disney Marvel superhero sequel “Iron Man 3,” which soared to $174 million in May.
Only Universal is essaying a wide opening, with seasonal dramedy “The Best Man Holiday” bowing 15 years after Michael D. Lee’s “The Best Man” became a cult classic in the African-American community. The Uni sequel is expected to land in second place, somewhere in the high teens.
Igniting a global frenzy this weekend, starting in a handful of major overseas markets on Thursday, Lionsgate unleashes “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” with expectations at north of $150 million domestically, and a possible $300 million-plus weekend worldwide. Other observers think Stateside B.O. could be even higher at more than $160 million, which would easily beat the previous November record-holder, “The Twilight Saga: New Moon.”