Between his movie "Moneyball" and launching his Fox animated series, "Allen Gregory," Jonah Hill has been on fire this year. Now he can add something else to his list of achievements: a Screen Actors Guild nomination.
On Wednesday, Hill earned a nomination for outstanding performance by a male actor in a supporting role for playing Peter Brand in "Moneyball."
"It feels unlike anything I've ever felt," the actor told CNN.
It’s not often a movie star will be forthcoming about, say, a bad script, or a difficult director, but Matt Damon isn’t your average movie star.
In the new issue of GQ, the action star goes off on screenwriter Tony Gilroy for his “Bourne Ultimatum” script.
Damon – who played Jason Bourne in the popular film trilogy – is also steamed at Universal for handing Gilroy a sweetheart deal that he thinks almost ruined the movie. Gilroy was only required to write one draft of the script (with no rewrites) in exchange for "an exorbitant amount of money," the actor says.
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Playing a lawyer with photographic memory who fools an entire law firm into believing he is a Harvard grad certainly pays off.
Patrick J. Adams, star of the USA show “Suits,” has nabbed a SAG nomination for outstanding performance by a male actor in a drama series.
As a first-timer, Adams said he wasn’t even aware of the announcement and is still very surprised. “I’m so excited and overwhelmed to be in the company of these actors,” Adams told CNN. “These are the people I take my cues from. Insane. And I watch those shows. I can’t wait to sit with them and talk about their shows.”
It seems Demi Moore wants everyone to back off about changing her Twitter name, saying she’ll do it when she’s good and ready.
Since the star announced she's parting ways with third husband Ashton Kutcher last month, fans have been wondering when Demi would change her social media moniker. The Tweet-happy celeb goes by the handle @MrsKutcher.
Well, the 49-year-old actress has a response: Mind your business.
Melissa McCarthy continued her Tinseltown awards tour Wednesday as she celebrated a Screen Actors Guild nomination in the outstanding supporting actress category for her work in “Bridesmaids."
“I've been doing this [for] 20 years,” McCarthy tells CNN Entertainment. “I’m programmed to think, 'I’m never working again, oh my God I hope I get a job!'"
She adds, "I’ve spent two decades of my life just doing that, trying to just get a job. And then, to have this kind of response, and to have it be for something that you’re crazy about, and I got to do it with a bunch of my friends and my husband…then you go into, like, bizarre-land!”
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