March 7th, 2013
11:20 AM ET
Matt Damon said he and Luciana Barroso, his wife of seven years, have “no secrets,” but there’s one thing he wasn’t ready for her to see.
(Hint: It's not the intimate scenes he shares with Michael Douglas in “Behind the Candelabra.”)
The actor, who plays Liberace’s lover Scott Thorson in the HBO movie told Entertainment Weekly that he had to get spray tans on his backside to rock his character’s metallic thong.
October 21st, 2011
04:59 PM ET
Catherine Zeta-Jones’ last big starring role was in 2007 rom com “No Reservations,” but CZJ is prepping for a comeback: Entertainment Weekly reports that she’s signed on for upcoming crime drama “Broken City.”
Zeta-Jones, 42, joins Russell Crowe and Mark Wahlberg in the neo-noir, slated for release in 2014.
September 1st, 2011
05:52 PM ET
January 14th, 2011
03:02 PM ET
Awards season is ready to launch – the Golden Globes will air this Sunday – and in W magazine’s February issue, on newsstands January 25, some of the most talked about performances are highlighted.
We’re willing to bet you can guess the stars included in the round-up off the top of your head: Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis in “Black Swan”; Nicole Kidman in “Rabbit Hole”; Colin Firth in “The King’s Speech”; and all three of “The Social Network’s” stars, Jesse Eisenberg, Justin Timberlake and Andrew Garfield, to name a few.
The portfolio, W says, is an attempt to recognize actors whose performances stood head and shoulders above the rest, to “acknowledge and salute the work, to acknowledge and thank the actors for telling the truth—even when the truth was fiction.”
Above you’ll see a few of the famous faces that offered what W considers to be the top performances of the past year, along with statements on their own relationship to and understanding of great cinema. For more, visit WMagazine.com.
November 25th, 2010
02:28 PM ET
Now if this doesn’t put you in the holiday spirit, we’re not quite sure what will.
On the day before Thanksgiving, “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps” star Michael Douglas was all smiles as he stopped for a photo op in front of the Epcot theme park Christmas tree in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, with two other Hollywood greats: Mickey and Minnie Mouse.
The actor, who has been recovering from eight weeks of chemotherapy and radiation to treat throat cancer, was joined by his wife, actress Catherine Zeta Jones, and their two children, Dylan (left), 10, and Carys (right), 7.
September 21st, 2010
05:26 PM ET
Michael Douglas made a return to the red-carpet last night for the premiere of his new film, "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps."
Since announcing that doctors found a tumor in his throat earlier this year, the actor has made few appearances, aside from a pre-taped appearance on the "Stand Up to Cancer" telethon on September 10.
So of course, the extra long press line at the Ziegfeld Theater in New York City had been forewarned by publicists that Douglas wasn’t going to be answering any questions, but that didn’t stop a bunch of cameramen from mobbing Douglas while he gamely posed for pictures with the cast.
Although the 66-year-old stayed mum on the red carpet when CNN asked how he was feeling, he give an encouraging encouraging wink and a nod topped off with a quiet "good," although admittedly, his response was less spoken and more the result of reading his lips.
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