Jeffrey Dean Morgan, 46, has been acting up a storm lately, with leading roles on Starz’s Magic City, in the remake of Red Dawn, and his latest film, The Possession. Also starring Kyra Sedgwick and Natasha Calis, The Possession, which opened No.
Kerry Washington, 35, co-stars with Eddie Murphy in the new comedy A Thousand Words. In the film, Washington plays Caroline, the wife of a smooth-tongued literary agent (played by Murphy) capable of talking his way in or out of anything, who, thanks to a mysterious curse, when he speaks a word, a leaf drops off a tree in his backyard.
She doesn't say a word in The Artist, the silent French film directed by her husband, Michel Hazanavicius. But now Bérénice Bejo is speaking up about her Oscar-nominated performance that has everyone saying "ooh la la.
Transition author Chaz Bono, 43, born as Chastity to Cher and Sonny Bono, has lived much of his life in the public eye. Though he came out as a lesbian in 1995, it was around 2000 when he began to consider himself as transgendered.
The making of The Giant Mechanical Man brought together big-name talents Topher Grace, 34, Malin Akerman, 34, Rich Sommer, 34, Jenna Fischer, 38, and Chris Messina, 38, for what the actors describe as an indie extravaganza.
It's been a big year for comedian Kevin Hart, 32. In addition to hosting the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards, the Philadelphia native had roles in the wildy popular Think Like a Man and The Five-Year Engagement, the latter of which starred comedic talents Jason Segel, Emily Blunt, Chris Pratt and Brian Posehn.
Vanessa Williams Video Interview On Her Book 'You Have No Idea,' Nude Playboy Photo Scandal, 'Ugly Betty'
For three decades, Vanessa Williams, 49, has entertained audiences as both a recording artist and actress. Whether belting out such ballads as “Save the Best For Last,” and “Colors of The Wind,” starring on Broadway in Kiss of The Spider Woman, or making life miserable for her employees as Wilhemina Slater on Ugly Betty, Williams has earned a reputation as a multi-faceted performer.
Penny Marshall, 68, received her first big break when her brother, Garry, cast her as Laverne DeFazio in an episode of Happy Days in 1975. The following season, she reprised the role in her own series, Laverne & Shirley, co-starring Cindy Williams, which instantly shot to the top of the ratings and ran for eight seasons.
Chris Pratt, 33, takes on the role of baseball player Scott Hatteberg in Moneyball, a film based on the real-life story of the 2002 Oakland A’s, a team comprised of generally undesireable ballplayers.
Sarah Paulson, best known for her work on the small screen in series like Jack & Jill, stars alongside Elizabeth Olsen in the critically acclaimed Martha Marcy May Marlene. Paulson was originally attracted to this psychological drama when she saw Mary Last Seen, a short film by the director of Martha Marcy May Marlene, Sean Durkin.
Colin Firth, the Oscar-winning, English actor, stars alongside Gary Oldman, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Tom Hardy in the critically esteemed spy thriller Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy. In the film, Firth plays Bill Haydon, “Tailor,” a role Firth really enjoyed.
Simon Pegg costars alongside Tom Cruise, Paula Patton and Jeremy Renner in the highly anticipated Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol. Pegg reprises his role as Benji Dunn, the lovable, nerdy IMF technician as he and the rest of the team try to stop Kurt Hendricks, played by Michael Nyqvist, from launching a Russian nuclear missile at the U.
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Jason O’Mara and Daniel Sunjata are the hot stars in the adaptation of Janet Evonovih’s comedy-action novel One For The Money. Determined to make accurate portrayals of the characters, O’Mara and Sunjata made a big effort to do justice to the book.
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