Writer-director Joe Talbot and Jimmie Fails talk about their journey together from a San Francisco park to getting their first film executive produced by Brad Pitt.
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As the "Maleficent: Mistress of Evil" star turns 44 on June 4, we celebrate her memorable mom moments — and with six kids, she’s had a lot of ‘em.
Things to catch up on from this week: One character was originally supposed to live on 'Game of Thrones.' Cardi B canceled a string of shows to recover from plastic surgery. Brad Pitt and Leonardo Dicaprio opened up about being 'starstruck' by Luke Perry. Hayden Panettiere's boyfriend was charged with felony domestic violence. Adam Levine is leaving 'The Voice,' and Gwen Stefani will take his spot.
While Pitt and DiCaprio are two superstars and icons themselves, they admitted they both fanboyed out over Perry.
Leonardo DiCaprio plays a TV star named Rick Dalton in Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood,” and we get a taste of his former glory days in a hilarious flashback that involves Dalton igniting a group of “Nazi bastards” on fire with a flamethrower.But those moments of fame are behind him, as he’s now embarrassing himself by sneezing on set and taking TV Western roles that are beneath him.“It’s official old buddy,” DiCaprio’s Dalton says to Brad Pitt’s character. “I’m a has-been.”Also Read: Cannes Report, Day 6: 'The Lighthouse' Shines, Tarantino Begs for No SpoilersHe now also has to live with the knowledge that he’s living next door to none other than Sharon Tate (Margot Robbie). And it doesn’t help that Pitt meets a woman who says to him, “Charlie’s going to dig you.”That’s Charles Manson, if you forgot.“Once Upon a Time….in Hollywood” is Tarantino’s ninth film, and it premieres at Cannes Wednesday before opening in theaters from Sony on July 26. Tarantino has asked that people who see the movie at Cannes withhold any spoilers, but for now we have this trailer to get excited over.Quentin Tarantino wrote and directed the film that also stars Al Pacino, Timothy Olyphant, Kurt Russell, Dakota Fanning, Margot Qualley and the late Luke Perry. Watch the new trailer above.Read original story ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood': Leonardo DiCaprio Torches Nazis With a Flamethrower in New Trailer (Video) At TheWrap
Brad Pitt’s science-fiction adventure movie “Ad Astra” has quietly vanished from the release schedule, three weeks prior to its previously announced May 24 opening date. Fox had originally dated "Ad Astra" for Jan. 11, 2019, then decided in late 2018 to move it back four months to the Memorial Day weekend on May 24. Disney […]
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After years of ragging on Angelina Jolie, Chelsea Handler finally let go of the hate and wished the Oscar winner good luck.
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George Clooney, Brad Pitt and Robert de Niro have joined a growing protest in Hollywood over plans by Oscars organisers to present cinematography, editing and some other awards during commercial breaks at next week's Academy Awards ceremony. Sandra Bullock, Emma Stone and Jon Hamm also added their names to an open letter signed by directors Martin Scorsese, Spike Lee and Alfonso Cuaron demanding the decision be reversed. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced earlier this week that the Oscars for best cinematography, film editing, short films and makeup/hairstyling would be presented during the commercials in the telecast on February 24. The academy said edited versions of the winner acceptance speeches would be included later in the live broadcast. The plan is part of an effort to make the Oscar telecast shorter and boost television viewership. A total of 24 Oscars are handed out at the Hollywood ceremony. Organisers have pledged to trim its duration by about 40 minutes to three hours this year. But the open letter, signed by more than 50 directors, actors and filmmakers, accused the academy of "relegating these essential crafts to lesser status" and insulting the professionals who work in the four areas. The academy on Wednesday defended the changes, blaming "inaccurate reporting and social media posts" that it said had "understandably upset many Academy members." Some news reports suggested that the winners of the four Oscars would not be included at all on the Oscars telecast. In a letter to its 8,000 members, the academy said representatives of the four branches affected had volunteered to take part in the new plan. "No award category at the 91st Oscars ceremony will be presented in a manner that depicts the achievements of its nominees and winners as less than any others," the academy letter said. The changes were also attacked on Twitter by the likes of Cuaron, who is Oscar-nominated for both cinematography and directing his best-picture contender, Roma. "In the history of CINEMA, masterpieces have existed without sound, without color, without a story, without actors and without music. No one single film has ever existed without CINEMAtography and without editing," the Mexican filmmaker tweeted.