Kate Winslet took an opportunity after being honored at the London Film Critics' Circle Awards to express her "bitter regrets" about working with certain men in the movie business.
At a time when many stars are embroiled in controversy, Twitter users are offering up tiny anecdotes about celebs performing some small acts of kindness.
British actress Lysette Anthony wrote an essay for the Sunday Times alleging that Weinstein not only raped her 15 years ago but terrorized her for years afterward, sexually harassing her and attempting to force her into sexual situations. Smith shared that she was so traumatized by the attack that she didn’t tell her husband about it until news of Weinstein’s misdeeds blanketed the press.
Justin Timberlake, Juno Temple, and Jim Belushi also star in Oscar-winning filmmaker's period piece.
Shooting a love scene for “The Mountain Between Us,” Winslet thought Elba didn't want to see her “hobbit feet.” She was far from the truth.
"When you see Idris and Kate together in that picture, immediately you want to see them in a movie," said "Mountain Between Us" director Hany Abu-Assad.
Kate Winslet met husband Ned Rocknroll during a 2011 house fire at a home in the Caribbean owned by Richard Branson, Rocknroll’s uncle.
Kate Winslet, Juno Temple, and Jim Belushi also star in "Wonder Wheel"; plus, see if you can spot a couple of former "Sopranos" actors.
Kate Winslet has come on board James Cameron’s Avatar sequels, reuniting with the director two decades after they collaborated on Titanic.
Not today,” Idris Elba tells Kate Winslet in this newly released clip from The Mountain Between Us. In Hany Abu-Assad’s dramatic thriller, based on the 2011 novel by Charles Martin, a journalist (Winslet) and a surgeon (Elba) are the only survivors of a plane crash that leaves them stranded in the snowy peaks of Utah. The Mountain Between Us, one of Yahoo Movies’ most anticipated premieres at the Toronto Film Festival, was filmed on location in British Columbia in temperatures that reached negative 36 degrees Farenheit.
Footage from the set of 'The Mountain Between Us' shows actors Kate Winslet and Idris Elba braving the conditions at 10,000+ feet altitude
On Tuesday’s Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Jude Law joined the host for a segment called "Late Show Ping-Pong Eyeball Acting."
Over 18 years ago, Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet stole our hearts as the ill-fated lovers Jack and Rose in the blockbuster Titanic . Unlike that tragic romance, their friendship has stood the test of time — so has our love for them. The two actors are both nominated for Oscars this year: he, for Best Actor for The Revenant , and she, for Best Supporting Actress for Steve Jobs . So while they’re hitting the awards circuit again, we wanted to take a look back at our favorite pals on the red carpet.
On Monday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live, Kate Winslet showed just how much fun she has at awards shows. Jimmy presented a photo of her at the SAG Awards, grabbing Susan Sarandon’s chest. Jimmy questioned, “Did you ask first?” She said, “No, of course not. I was just like ‘Hi, Susan.’” She then mimicked reaching for Susan Sarandon. She added, “I think I might have even felt Kristen Wiig’s butt or something.”
Not only was The Revenant star (pictured with Brie Larson) a big winner at Saturday’s Screen Actors Guild Awards, but he was also the guy everyone wanted to have a little face time with. Take a look… (Photo: Getty Images)
Welcome to Streamageddon 2015. This is the weekend that Netflix’s Jessica Jones and Amazon’s The Man in the High Castle face off for the hearts, minds and eyeballs of binge viewers everywhere. With each series clocking in at 13-hour long episodes and 10-hour long episodes respectively, you could potentially start streaming at 8pm tonight and finish both by 8pm Saturday evening…provided you don’t stop to eat, sleep or talk to another human being. Of course, if you do attempt that remarkable (and potentially insane) feat, you’ll be left facing a big question: what do you watch on Sunday?
The new biopic Steve Jobs doesn’t necessarily paint a flattering portrait of the late tech visionary. As played by Michael Fassbender, Jobs is often portrayed as cold and calculating, a businessman so determined to succeed that his colleagues, friends, and family members suffer as a result. Still, the director and cast of the film have nothing but the utmost respect for the former Apple and Pixar CEO, who passed away in 2011. “He’s like Henry Ford, but multiplied by a thousand,” said Fassbender, referencing the Ford Motor Company auto innovator (watch above).