Stephen King is spilling the beans on his new book Doctor Sleep, a sequel to his 1977 novel The Shining (and the 1980 film adaptation starring Jack Nicholson). Doctor Sleep follows Danny Torrance, the son of the psychotic Jack Torrance in The Shining, as an adult working at a hospice and using his powers to help heal those in need.
Jodie Foster finally came out of the closet and got the Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award at the Golden Globes. Right in the middle of her speech, she was sentimental and began rambling about wanting to tell us something she never dared to say before.
In Gods Like Us, film critic Ty Burr, the man behind many of the Boston Globe’s smooth and pointed movie reviews, delivers an entertaining survey of movie stardom. Seeking to understand the history and phenomenon of stardom, Burr takes readers all the way from the late 1800s to present day; from the unnamed “stars” known only by their credits, such as “the Biograph Girl,” who went on to become Florence Lawrence, through the silent film era and Charlie Chaplin’s reign, and onto the Clark Gables, Humphrey Bogarts, Audrey Hepburns and Jimmy Stewarts of the times.
Christian Bale, 38, who has played Bruce Wayne in the last three Christopher Nolan Batman films, Batman Begins, The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises — the last of which turned into a tragic fatal event at an Aurora, Colorado movie theater, where alleged gunman James Holmes took up arms against the viewers of the packed premiere, leaving 12 dead and 58 injured — surprised Aurora residents on Tuesday when he visited survivors at the Medical Center of Aurora and paid his respects to the slain victims at a flower-strewn memorial site with his wife, Sibi Blazic.
Since James Holmes' bizarre appearance in a Centennial, Colorado courtroom yesterday to face a preliminary hearing about the early Friday shooting that left 12 people dead and 58 injured, people have been questioning whether or not the alleged shooter at the Aurora premiere of The Dark Knight Rises was on any medication.
James Holmes, 24, the former neuroscience Ph.D. student accused of opening fire at a midnight premiere of Christopher Nolan's new The Dark Knight Rises, starring Christian Bale, Anne Hathaway and Tom Hardy, made his first appearance today in a Colorado court room, facing Chief Judge William Sylvester, who presided over the hearing, a preliminary one to Holmes' formal arraignment.
Oscar-winning actress Charlize Theron is everywhere these days. Theron, 36, stars in two films opening this week — Ridley Scott's Prometheus, which held its world premiere Thursday in London, and Snow White And The Huntsman, which opens in U.
After the glitz and the glamour of the holiday season is over, the future awaits, and everyone — including your favorite celebrities — wants a fresh start. From Kim Kardashian to 50 Cent, stars are forming their New Year's Resolutions to eat better, work smarter, and live larger, in preparation for New Year's Day.
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.
Boston mob boss James Bulger, 81, who was known as "Whitey" to his Irish-American crime family and served as the inspiration for Jack Nicholson's character in the 2006 Oscar-winning Martin Scorsese film, The Departed, was arrested in Santa Monica, Calif.
Looks like Keanu Reeves is out and Jack Nicholson is in. A new meme has taken over and replaced the "Sad Keanu" craze from earlier this month. Nicholson was spotted recently tanning on a boat looking a little worse for the wear.