Anthony Mackie, best known for his performance in 2009’s Academy Award-winning The Hurt Locker, stars in the up-coming thriller Man on a Ledge. In the film, which has an all-star cast including actors Sam Worthington, Jamie Bell, Kyra Sedgwick, Edward Burns, Elizabeth Banks and Ed Harris, Mackie plays a police psychologist who tries to reason with Nick (Worthington), a suicidal man who climbs to 21st floor of the Roosevelt hotel in New York City and is ready to leap down.
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Vanity Fair's annual Oscar party was held this past Sunday at Sunset Tower in West Hollywood, Calif., and like the Oscars' red carpet, it stunned with some beautiful dresses, like The Hunger Games' Elizabeth Banks' (pictured above) bright orange Alexander McQueen gown.
The 34-minute blackout on Sunday night was about the only thing bigger than the Super Bowl 2013 game between the San Francisco 49ers vs. the Baltimore Ravens, or the talked-about commercials starring big names like Amy Poehler, Paul Rudd, Bob Odenkirk and Seth Rogen.
In the frantic opening scenes of People Like Us, Sam (Chris Pine) strides through companies, spitting out bull in rapid fire as a New York salesman. He does it all while wearing that slick squinty-eyed smile of the guy who knows he's good at this game of getting points by pulling fast ones.
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.
Hunger Games star Elizabeth Banks, 38, has a political message of her own, and it's distinctly pro-President Barack Obama and anti-Mitt Romney, primarily based on their differing positions regarding issues of women's health and Planned Parenthood.
Ryan Reynolds, who has cameoed on Family Guy previously as a love interest of main character Peter Griffin (voiced by Seth MacFarlane) and had a stint in MacFarlane's recent flick, Ted, will return to lend his voice to Fox's Family Guy once again — this time as the original son of God, a precursor to Jesus.
If you're a Suzanne Collins fan, or you enjoyed the film adaptation of the first Hunger Games novel, which hit theaters in March, directed by Gary Ross and starring Jennifer Lawrence (Katniss Everdeen), Liam Hemsworth (Gale Hawthorne), Josh Hutcherson (Peeta Mellark), Elizabeth Banks, (Effie Trinket), Wes Bentley (Seneca Crane) Lenny Kravitz (Cinna), Woody Harrelson (Haymitch Abernathy), Donald Sutherland (President Snow), and Stanley Tucci (Caesar Flickerman), then you'll be interested to know that the "gamemakers" of the next movie, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, are narrowing down their options for who will play the pivotal roles of Mags, Finnick and Beetee, all of whom will compete in the 75th annual Hunger Games.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, the sequel to March's hit, The Hunger Games, based on the Suzanne Collins' series of novels, may be one of the most anticipated films of 2013, and now Moneyball and The Ides of March's Philip Seymour Hoffman has signed on to director Francis Lawrence's project as Plutarch Heavensbee, the Head Gamemaker of the 75th Hunger Games, after Seneca Crane (played by Wes Bentley) pays the ultimate price for the botched 74th Hunger Games that served as the plot of the first Hunger Games.
Jennifer Lawrence, already an Academy Award nominee at the tender age of 21 and star of the celebrated Suzanne Collins' adapted-for-the-screen The Hunger Games trilogy, also starring Liam Hemsworth, Josh Hutcherson, Elizabeth Banks, Woody Harrelson, Stanley Tucci and Donald Sutherland, stepped out in Paris on her way to the Dior Fashion show during Paris Couture Week.
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.