Whether you love or hate Azealia Banks, the rapper is ending the year on an undoubtedly sorrowful note, posting: “So I’ve just had a really major life event..."
When you’re rich, famous, and have an ample Twitter following, who needs the Better Business Bureau?
In a very funny new promo clip, producer has a pre-release publicity freak-out and urges his two co-starsto do whatever they can to sell their ‘70s neo-noir comedy to the masses: “Angry Birds is s—-ing all over us, guys!... You should be tweeting!”
Director Shane Black’s loose, rambunctious new comedy-mystery The Nice Guys is set in Los Angeles in the 1970s, but the vibe of the movie is distinctly ‘80s. A throwback to that decades’ famed buddy thrillers like Lethal Weapon (which Black wrote) and 48HRS, it serves up lots of banter, bare breasts, and beatdowns, with rumpled, relaxed performances from leading men Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe, who make you want to hang out even when the gags don’t always stick. The movie had a press screening at Cannes on Sunday morning, ahead of the Sunday night premiere. (It opens in theaters on May 18. ...
Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to promote their new movie, The Nice Guys. In what was clearly a pre-planned bit, Ryan claimed that his agent told him that Russell refused to do the movie unless Ryan was doing it with him. Russell acted surprised by this information and then said he didn’t really need Ryan for the movie or the interview.
Adaptation of novel based on historical events that took place on the Texas-Mexico border in the 1850s and traces the journey of the Kid, a 14-year-old Tennessean who stumbles into a nightmarish world when he joins a ruthless gang of scalphunters
First time’s the charm this week on Saturday Night Live, as Russell Crowe takes the stage at Studio 8H to host the late night program. Yup, the Oscar winner has never hosted before! (Let’s hope fellow Best Actor honoree Leonardo DiCaprio will follow in his footsteps soon.) Though Crowe has never hosted SNL before, he has made an appearance on it — by way of an impersonation from Taran Killam. In May 2014, Killam played Crowe in a “Celebrity Family Feud” sketch, pitting American singers against international singers. The Americans were led by Justin Timberlake (played by host Andrew Garfield), while Crowe joined the international team.