The movie's screenwriter walks us through the creation of his romantic comedy classic — which initially wasn't a romantic comedy at all.
Richard Gere was not clamoring to play corporate raider Edward Lewis when "Pretty Woman" first looked his way.
"Pretty Woman," one of the most famous and beloved films of both Julia Roberts and Richard Gere, turns 30 this week.
The "Chicago" actor’s wife, Alejandra Gere, is expecting their second child, Yahoo Entertainment has confirmed.
Edward Norton looks back at many of his most iconic roles, including "Primal Fear," "American History X," "Fight Club," "25th Hour," "The Incredible Hulk," and "Birdman."
The Golden Globe winner and human rights activist was drawn to the headlines about 121 migrants being stuck aboard the Spanish humanitarian ship Open Arms in the Mediterranean Sea.
Richard Gere and his wife Alejandra Silva announced Sunday they were expecting their first child together, but that they kept the news secret before first telling the Dalai Lama, who gave the unborn child a blessing. The Hollywood actor famous for his starring roles in Pretty Woman, An Officer and a Gentleman and Chicago, will become a father for the second time next year just a few months before he turns 70. The couple released a photo yesterday of themselves in Rotterdam with the spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhism. Gere has his arms around his wife's waist as the Dalai Lama holds Miss Silva's hand and places his other hand on her stomach. "Just a few moments ago... Getting blessings for our precious to come.." the 35-year-old wrote in an Instagram post. "We couldn't announce it before telling HH Dalai Lama." Gere, 69, married Miss Silva, his third wife, in April in Madrid following a four year relationship. Tibetan Buddhism He was previously married to models Carey Lowell and Cindy Crawford. The Spanish publicist already has a five year-old son from a previous marriage. In an interview with Hola, the Spanish magazine, two years ago, she said: "Richard has been my hero in real life. "I was a little lost, without light, and meeting him gave sense to my life. I felt like someone was stretching out his hand and showing me the true path." The Golden Globe winner has often spoken about his Buddhist faith which he became interested in his early twenties. He gave his 18-year-old son Homer, the middle name Jigme, a traditional Buddhist name. Last year, he told The Hollywood Reporter that the reason he is rarely cast in mainstream films now is due to his outspoken stance on Tibet as China becomes a growing influence in the film industry. "There are definitely movies that I can't be in because the Chinese will say, 'Not with him,'" he claimed. "I recently had an episode where someone said they could not finance a film with me because it would upset the Chinese."
The one-time "Today" show host, who will reportedly pay the former model $20 million when their divorce is finalized, took in the Hampton Classic Horse Show on Sunday — and so did Roque.
We have a reality TV star in the White House, a "Sex and the City" alum making a bid for New York governor. So why wouldn't Richard Gere be considering running for Congress in New York?
"Pretty Woman" — and Garry Marshall — made Julia Roberts a star, and she's never forgotten it.
John Travolta appeared in a stage version but played a very different role, and Rydell High was based on a real school. Jim Jacobs, one of the show’s creators, has the low-down.
Richard Gere will play a media baron in upcoming BBC drama “MotherFatherSon,” the Hollywood star’s first TV role in almost three decades. His character in the BBC Two series, Max, is a charismatic self-made American businessman who owns media outlets in London and around the world. “It’s been almost 30 years since I worked in […]
The "Pretty Woman" actor and his Spanish girlfriend, Alejandra Silva, quietly married “weeks and weeks ago.” This is his third marriage.
As Sylvester Stallone and Jennifer Flavin celebrate 20 years of marriage, look back on how their wedding almost didn't happen because he dumped the model via FedEx.
It has been three years since Debra Winger last was seen in a film (The Choir), nine years since her last widely seen role (Rachel Getting Married), and 16 years since her last romantic lead (Big Bad Love), and 22 years since her last major studio movie (Forget Paris). One constant over all the years, though: When Winger does make a film, her performances are praise-worthy. The thrice-Oscar nominated actress best known for the ’80s favorites Terms of Endearment, Urban Cowboy, and An Officer and a Gentleman is racking up raves once again for her biting new matrimonial “cautionary tale,” The Lovers.
Sneak peek of drama 'The Dinner' starring Richard Gere as a politician whose teenage son gets into trouble that could sink his own life — and dad's career
Richard Gere has played his fair share of smooth talkers over the years, in films like An Officer and a Gentleman, Pretty Woman and Primal Fear. In fact, under Oppenheimer’s shaggy white hair, glasses, schlubby demeanor, and thick New York-Jewish accent, Gere is downright unrecognizable at times. The 67-year-old actor described his reaction to getting the offer from Israeli director Joseph Cedar (Footnote), who makes his English-language debut with Norman: “I read it and it was a brilliant script, but I was like, ‘Why me?'” Gere told Yahoo Movies (watch above).
There was a long list of young actors reportedly in the running for the role of Aaron Stampler, the seemingly harmless altar boy accused of brutally murdering a priest in the 1996 thriller Primal Fear, among them: Matt Damon, Edward Furlong, James Marsden, Danny Masterson, and James Van Der Beek. Other performers, like Leonardo DiCaprio and Will Wheaton, turned down the role.