President Barack Obama, 50, has previously rallied the support of entertainers like George Clooney, Tom Hanks, Steven Spielberg, Charlize Theron, Diane Keaton, Reese Witherspoon, Kevin Spacey, (the list goes on), and now Sex and the City's Sarah Jessica Parker, 47, who will be co-hosting Obama's next fundraising presidential campaign dinner tonight with Vogue editor Anna Wintour, who it is rumored provided the inspiration for Meryl Streep's character in The Devil Wears Prada.
Neil Patrick Harris, 38, hosted for the third time at the 66th Annual Tony Awards on Sunday night, which was broadcast on CBS, and the How I Met Your Mother star opened up the Tony's by saying, "Welcome to the 66th Annual Tony Awards, or, as we call it, 'Fifty Shades of Gay.
While Brett Ratner might carry name-recognition as a filmmaker, those still weeping over the muddled mess that was X-Men: The Last Stand would likely consider the phrase “From the director of Rush Hour” to be less of a ringing endorsement and more of a thinly veiled threat.
Any chance to pay homage to a modern classic, especially at an event like the Super Bowl, can't be passed up. The latest such effort comes in the form of a two-and-a-half minute commercial starring Matthew Broderick, 49, in the most iconic role of his career, Ferris Bueller.
It has been 25 years since Matthew Broderick played the iconic slacker, Ferris Bueller, in John Hughes' Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Now, the actor is set to embody the role again in a commercial to air during the Super Bowl on Sunday, February 5, TV Guide reports.
Tower Heist was not a good film. It might boast an all-star cast, relatively speaking, and star Ben Stiller, one of the finest comedic actors around, but it isn't funny and we found ourselves cringing at the supposed “jokes.