Angelina Jolie asked Monday that the private judge overseeing her divorce from Brad Pitt be disqualified from the case because of insufficient disclosures of his business relationships with one of Pitt's attorneys. In a filing in Los Angeles Superior Court, Jolie argues that Judge John W. Ouderkirk should be taken off the divorce case that she filed in 2016 because he was too late and not forthcoming enough about other cases he was hired for involving Pitt attorney Anne C. Kiley.
"The Mandalorian" blasted off with 15 nominations. Witherspoon, meanwhile, had three major series in contention this year and failed to pick up an acting nomination for any of them.
In an interview with Ugandan climate activist Vanessa Nakate, Angelina Jolie spoke fondly of her daughter Zahara who is from Ethiopia.
Brad Pitt has joined David Leitch’s “Bullet Train” action movie for Sony Pictures, an individual with knowledge of the deal told TheWrap.Zak Olkewicz wrote the script for the film, which is based on the Japanese novel “Maria Beetle” by Kotaro Isaka. Leitch and Kelly McCormick (“Atomic Blonde”) will produce the film through their company 87North, alongside Antoine Fuqua and Kat Samick. Brittany Morrissey is overseeing the project for Sony Pictures.The project is described as a contained thriller in the vein of “Speed” and “Non-Stop” and can be shot on a closed set subject to COVID-19 shooting protocols. “Bullet Train” is being eyed for a fall shoot.Also Read: David Leitch to Direct Thriller 'Bullet Train' for SonyPitt most recently starred in Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood,” for which he won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. His other most recent acting credits include “Ad Astra” and “Deadpool 2,” which was directed by Leitch.He also served as an executive producer on “If Beale Street Could Talk,” “The Last Black Man in San Francisco,” “Irresistible” and “Kajillionaire.” He is represented by CAA and Brillstein Entertainment Partners.Also Read: Brad Pitt's Plan B Signs First-Look Deal With Warner BrosLeitch most recently directed “Deadpool 2” and “Hobbs & Shaw,” and served as executive producer on “John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum.” He is represented by WME, 42West and Gang, Tyre, Ramer, Brown & Passman.Read original story Brad Pitt Joins David Leitch’s ‘Bullet Train’ for Sony At TheWrap
Angelina Jolie gave a rare look into her 2016 divorce from Brad Pitt, revealing that their decision to separate was for the "wellbeing" of their six children.
Despite uncanny similarities between his zombie outbreak and coronavirus, Max Brooks says he was looking to the past, not the future, when writing "World War Z."
Lena Dunham spoke out about a headline-making photo of her and Brad Pitt while on Watch What Happens Live. Click here for details!
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is not going to sugarcoat it: He would love to see De Niro portray him in a movie about the coronavirus pandemic.
Dr. Anthony Fauci hoped that Brad Pitt would play him on "SNL," and the Oscar-winning actor came through.
The Oscar-winning actress wrote a touching letter in TIME’s newsletter about parenting during a pandemic.
Pitt had a brief, but memorable, cameo on the latest edition of John Krasinski’s YouTube series, "Some Good News."
In their new HGTV series "Celebrity IOU," Drew and Jonathan Scott get hands on with some of Hollywood’s biggest A-listers.
"I believe they will always remain friends," she said of the exes who publicly reunited at the SAG Awards in January, "because they're two very special people that can get through anything."
Note to self: You don't give Brad Pitt acting advice on how to take his shirt off.
The new series, hosted by Property Brothers' Jonathan and Drew Scott, will feature a slew of A-listers including Melissa McCarthy and Viola Davis
President Donald Trump took aim at "Parasite's" historic Oscar wins at a Colorado rally on Thursday. "How bad were the Academy Awards this year?" he asked, prompting jeers from the crowd. "Did you see it?" "The winner is… a movie from South Korea! What the hell was that all about?" he went on. "We got […]
Netflix’s prized Martin Scorsese-directed crime drama “The Irishman” went from being the platform’s strongest award show contender to ending the night with zero recognition.
"Parasite" led the way with four Oscars — Best Picture, Best Director for Bong Joon Ho, Best Original Screenplay and Best International Feature.
Everyone inside the Dolby Theater was ready for Pitt to earn his first acting Oscar on Sunday night.
While we’re not yet sure what will go down at Sunday’s Academy Awards, it’s safe to predict that the Best Supporting Actress winner will not take the stage and declare herself “so in love” with her brother.