Just because Alexander Ludwig, 20, who shot to fame with the wildly popular adaptation of Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games, starring Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth, Josh Hutcherson, Elizabeth Banks, Stanley Tucci, Wes Bentley, Woody Harrelson, and Lenny Kravitz, can't return to his role as the diabolical Cato for reasons that are obvioius to anyone who read / watched, that doesn't mean there aren't big things in store for the young actor.
What makes an Adam Sandler film? Is it that Sandler trademark—a squeaky, irritating, verging-on-dirty-old-man voice? An absurd, debauched series of jokes laid out with little regard to intellect? Or maybe it’s a plot dangling between bad and horrible.
Andy Samberg, 33, has decided to follow in the footsteps of Kristen Wiig, 38, by announcing that he will not be returning to season 38 of NBC's Saturday Night Live in the fall, following his seven-year SNL stint that began in 2005 and has featured him in such iconic skits as "Lazy Sunday," with Chris Parnell, 45, "D--- in a Box," with Justin Timberlake, 31, and a bevy of "digital shorts," which Samberg helped launch on SNL.
Fans of Jennifer Aniston, 43, are likely having mixed feelings today. In good news, the Wanderlust star received one of the greatest honors in show biz on Monday, getting her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Now that we're knee-deep in January and The Golden Globes are less than a week away, Awards Season is officially upon us. The People's Choice Awards, in which the best in television, movies, and music are honored by fans who vote online, was held Wednesday night at Los Angeles' Nokia Theatre, hosted by The Big Bang Theory's Haley Cuoco, who got some early help from Betty White and Neil Patrick Harris.
Jack and Jill is an Oscar-worthy movie. It's amazing. One of the best films I've ever seen. No, really, what do you think I'm going to say about it? It was brutal. Let me put it this way, it made Just Go With It - the mess that was Sandler's last film - a pleasant memory for me.
It's official: Charlie Sheen is returning to television. Only this time, it's basic cable. FX announced today that it is buying Sheen's new sitcom, Anger Management, which is loosely based on the 2003 movie that starred Adam Sandler and Jack Nicholson.
Is Jennifer Aniston jealous of all the attention Justin Bieber is getting? Next to the teenage pop sensation, Aniston may have the most talked-about head of hair of any celeb. Since her famous 'do on Friends, which got dubbed "The Rachel" and was a cultural phenomenon that every female between the ages of 15 and 40 sought, Aniston has been relatively understated with her style, usually opting for a long, straight cut and a golden hue.
President's Day has provided ample time to check out new releases this weekend. Liam Neeson’s thriller Unknown came in at number one, reaching $25 million over three days, while another strong performance by Gnomeo and Juliet edged out newcomer I Am Number Four with another strong showing in its second week.
There was something for everyone playing at the movies this weekend, as both rabid Justin Bieber fans and Adam Sandler stalwarts came out in full force. Sandler’s marital comedy Just Go With It, costarring Jennifer Aniston, edged out the young pop star’s bio doc by less than one million in ticket sales.
The public might be preoccupied with Jennifer Aniston's status regarding motherhood, but she's not. The Bounty Hunter star, 41, appeared on Thursday's Ellen and shot down rumors that she was taking steps to become a mom.
The popular definition of comedy is a culmination of jokes, satire and sarcasm that aim to explore reality, shed light on everyday occurrences and bring happiness to the public. On the contrary, humor is also often used as a mechanism to escape the challenges of life and cushion the retrieval of bad news.