Everyone's been on Team Gosling when it comes to "Fifty Shades of Grey," but "Hotel Transylvania" actress Fran Drescher has someone else in mind.
She told CNN that, as a fan of the books, she'd really like to see a certain "sexy" 31-year-old actor fill the role of the dominant Christian Grey.
Will Ferrell faced not one, but two challenges while filming his latest comedy, “Casa de mi Padre."
In the movie, Ferrell plays Armando Alvarez, who, along with his brother, winds up in a feud with a Mexican drug lord when they try to save their father's ranch. To pull it off, throughout the film, Ferrell spoke entirely in another language.
"I thought it would be so interesting and funny, [and that's] where the genesis of the idea came from, was to actually commit to an entire movie in Spanish. I thought, 'I don't think you've ever seen that before.' At least for someone from [an] American comedy to do that."
Hollywood is notoriously tough on older women, but as Helen Mirren, Meryl Streep and Susan Sarandon have proved, there's nothing at all to fear about being seasoned.
Sarandon, 65, has watched herself mature on the big screen for decades. Now starring alongside Jason Segel, Ed Helms and Judy Greer in this month's comedy "Jeff, Who Lives At Home," the actress reveals what she's learned about aging gracefully in the business.
"The thing that I finally told my daughter, which dawned on me at one point, was that you have to love your imperfections, because that's what makes you you," Sarandon says. "Not that I would be so eager to jump around with my clothes off at this point in my life, but understanding that your face is you, and whatever your anxieties are, don't take it out on your body."
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