At Any Price, a drama directed by Ramin Bahrani, is the newest film in Zac Efron’s post-Disney repertoire. The movie, which also stars Dennis Quaid, follows the trials of father-son pair, Henry (Quaid) and Dean (Efron) Whipple, as they find themselves caught in a web of bad decisions that puts their family on the line.
While she's not yet old enough to actually be having sex in the city, or anywhere else for the matter, a young version of Carrie Bradshaw, a character first canonized by Sarah Jessica Parker and now portrayed in her salad days by Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Race to Witch Mountain's AnnaSophia Robb, was decked out in 80s garb, taking on New York City like she owned the place, while filming the upcoming CW series, The Carrie Diaries.
The popular Toronto International Film Festival inaugurated its 37th edition in Toronto, Ontario, on September 6, opening with director Rian Johnson's Looper featuring Bruce Willis, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Emily Blunt — who also co-stars in festival film Arthur Newman with Colin Firth, pictured below at the premiere looking dashing.
Director Kirk Jones’ hilarious and often tender What To Expect When You're Expecting, based on Heidi Murkoff’s authoritative “pregnancy bible” of the same name, stars Cameron Diaz, Elizabeth Banks, Jennifer Lopez and Anna Kendrick as expectant mothers trying to plunge through nine months of childbearing wilderness.
Cameron Diaz may play the pregnant Jules in the upcoming star-studded What to Expect When You're Expecting, with Jennifer Lopez, Elizabeth Banks, Matthew Morrison, Chace Crawford, Brooklyn Decker, Joe Manganiello, Anna Kendrick, Dennis Quaid, and Chris Rock, but Diaz was fit as a fiddle at the red carpet premiere of the film at Hollywood's Grauman's Chinese Theatre on Monday night.
The sophomore English language feature from German director Christian Alvart, Pandorum is essentially a haunted house movie in space. US audiences are yet to see Alvart’s first picture, the psychological horror-cum-creepy kid movie Case 39, although given the write-ups it’s received over in Europe that’s probably a good thing.
Jennifer Lopez was in Los Angeles Tuesday filming a video for her new single, "Papi." Backed by a slew of dancers, Lopez was engaging in some unusual choreography that included belly-rubbing and chest-groping.
Rocker John Mellencamp, 59, may have recently separated from his wife of 18 years, Elaine Irwin Mellencamp, but his New Year still looks promising, as he has recently been linked to Sleepless In Seattle star, Meg Ryan, 49.
They're not running from the law. Randy and Evi Quaid are running from "star whackers" who are out to kill them. The couple, who have fled to Canada in search of asylum after they missed their court date for illegally squatting on someone else's property and vandalizing it, claim that they are protecting themselves from murder.
G.I. Joe, the new film by Stephen Sommers, is an attempt by Paramount Pictures to woo that most lucrative of all Hollywood demographics: the children of the 80's who refuse to grow up. So with their eye on the prize (another Transformers-like box office return) Paramount (in conjunction with Hasbro) has dug G.
Selling a mainstream Hollywood movie in January can be tough in today’s semi-sophisticated market, in which people are finally beginning to wise up and realize that the month is just one big dumping ground for the stuff the studios weren't prepared to pay to market in the autumn.