Shia LaBeouf, 26, can't stay out of the headlines these days, with starring roles in acclaimed films Lawless, also starring Tom Hardy, Guy Pearce, Jessica Chastain, Mia Wasikowska and Dane DaHann, and Robert Redford's The Company You Keep with Julie Christie, Sam Elliott, Brendan Gleeson, Terrence Howard, Stanley Tucci, Chris Cooper, Nick Nolte and Richard Jenkins, as well as a nude frontal shot in the Sigur Ros music video, "Fjogur piano," and talk of drug use and onscreen sex, so Chelsea Handler's irreverant late night talk show, Chelsea Lately, seems the perfect place for the bad boy actor to open up about his on- and off-screen antics.
If you already thought Ryan Gosling was the perfect man, prepare to be impressed: It seems that Gosling, who starred in 2011's Drive with Mad Men's Christina Hendricks, will now direct his former costar in the lead role of the upcoming How to Catch a Monster, which Gosling also reportedly wrote and will be produced by Drive producers Marc Platt and Adam Siegel.
Sean Penn, 51, who recently completed a 36-hour anger management class that was part of a court order for his 2009 attack on a photographer in Los Angeles in which Penn broke the man's camera, may have something new to get angry about — it seems that Warner Bros.
Zombieland director Ruben Fleischer’s latest venture Gangster Squad has been buzzing through audiences' eardrums with the recent release of the first trailer. If the 1940’s film noir, gangster homage doesn’t perk your interest, then the illustrious cast surely will: Sean Penn (with flawlessly grizzled make-up), Nick Nolte, Josh Brolin, Ryan Gosling, Giovanni Ribisi, Robert Patrick, Anthony Mackie, Michael Pena, and Emma Stone as the essential femme fatale.
Just as they did with Boardwalk Empire, HBO has again pulled off a neat trick in roping a critically acclaimed A-List Hollywood director to roll out the pilot of its latest Sunday night trip to the land of compelling, adult-oriented television drama.
The new HBO series, Luck, was a month into shooting its second season when it was abruptly cancelled after three horses died on set since the filming of the first season began. The horse-racing show, starring Dustin Hoffman, Dennis Farina, Joan Allen and Nick Nolte, had been criticized by PETA since the 2010-11 filming, when two thoroughbreds were euthanized after being hurt during racing scenes.
One of the most anticipated movies of the spring is right around the corner, and everyone is talking about how 21 Jump Street, starring Channing Tatum, 31, and the newly Oscar-nominated Jonah Hill, 28, is going to shape up next to the beloved 1980s Johnny Depp show.
Leading up the highlight of awards season, the Academy Awards nominees for 2012 have been announced, and there aren't too many surprises this time around. The Martin Scorsese adventure flick, Hugo, led the pack, nabbing 11 nominations, including Best Director and Best Picture.
Jennifer Lopez and Jason Statham were photographed in Fort Lauderdale on the set of Parker, a thriller directed by Taylor Hackford. The two are just co-stars (Statham, 44, is dating Burberry model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, 24), but since her split from husband Marc Anthony this past summer rumors of who Lopez is dating have bounced around some of the most handsome men in Hollywood, though some, like Statham, have turned out to be strictly professional acquaintances.
America loves heroes. More than apple pie, baseball, Elvis Presley, and pretty-boy vampires combined, America loves a winner. Drunk so much of the time on its own rose-tinted mythology America loves underdog stories.
Captain America's Chris Evans is not the only one who's been beefing up for his movie role. Take a good, long look at British actor Tom Hardy, 33, the star of the forthcoming Warrior. Co-starring Nick Nolte and directed by Gavin O'Connor, Warrior features Hardy as the son of an washed-up, former fighter (Nolte) who relies on his dad's training to become a competitor in a hardcore, mixed martial arts tournament.