It will surely stand as one of the most peculiar and possibly ironic entries in a director's filmography that in between Joss Whedon's two "Avengers" films there reads "Much Ado About Nothing": a low-budget, black-and-white Shakespeare adaption sandwiched between two of the most gargantuan blockbusters ever made.
LONDON — It's hard to imagine Robert Downey Jr. as the authoritarian type, but the actor says he played a stabilizing force amid the ever-growing cast of superheroes during the filming of "Avengers: Age of Ultron."
NEW YORK — "I'll be back," the line Arnold Schwarzenegger first uttered more than 30 years ago in that indelible manly monotone, belongs to the Terminator, of course. But it also might as well be the official slogan of the summer movie season.
NEW YORK — Awards nights are usually reserved for showstopping gowns, but it one swoop, Robin Wright resisted the norm in a backless Ralph Lauren custom jumpsuit done in ivory as a contemporary take on the lady tuxedo.
Hollywood stars have chorused support for Hillary Clinton's US presidential campaign, indicating Tinseltown will be firmly behind the former first lady as she targets the White House. Within hours of Clinton confirming her plans to stand in 2016, celebrities including Jennifer Lopez, Scarlett Johansson and Magic Johnson gave a stamp of approval to her bid to become the first female commander-in-chief. "I'm very excited by the news," singer Jennifer Lopez was quoted as saying by Eonline at Sunday's MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles.
Scarlett Johansson can expect her name to boost sales, but her new band's decision to call itself the seemingly innocuous The Singles has triggered a firestorm. A Los Angeles rock duo already called The Singles said Wednesday it had sent a cease-and-desist order to the Hollywood star's new musical outfit for infringing on its name. The Singles' singer and guitarist, Vincent Frederick, said that Johansson's band could have discovered that the name was taken by doing a simple online search. "I woke up one morning and learned from the news that our band name was literally just taken by someone else as their own," Frederick said in a statement.
LOS ANGELES — Hollywood took its collective gaze off itself and shifted it to fashion Friday night as designer and director Tom Ford staged an eye-popping show rivaled by the starry makeup of the audience.
LOS ANGELES — Gwyneth Paltrow breezed into the Dolby Theatre almost 20 minutes early for her Oscar rehearsal and walked back out a minute later.
Scarlett Johansson gave birth to her first daughter in September and she's sharing how she dropped her baby weight. The actress, 30, makes her first post-baby interview appearance on the upcoming Barbara Walters annual "10 Most Fascinating People of 2014" special, where she appears to have her superhero shape back. "[Breastfeeding is] the best way to get back in shape," the "Avengers: Age of Ultron" star, who married Romain Dauriac one month after giving birth to daughter Rose, explained.
By Maha El Dahan ABU DHABI - Egyptian actor and film-maker Amr Waked, equally at home in Cairo and Hollywood, says the time is ripe for a host of other Arab stars to make it big abroad. Waked, an established celebrity in Egypt, has also appeared in a string of global hits alongside George Clooney in "Syriana", Kristin Scott Thomas in "Salmon Fishing in the Yemen" and Scarlett Johansson in this summer's sci-fi extravaganza "Lucy". His latest venture brings him back to Cairo where he plays a gangster taking on an organ trafficking ring in "El Ott" or "The Cat".
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