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Just a week after a documentary about Edward Snowden, the man who leaked classified information from the National Security Agency about its surveillance programs to the mainstream media, won an Oscar, the world gets its first look at Joseph Gordon-Levitt as the titular whistleblower in Snowden.
In a Facebook post shared by Gordon-Levitt,… More »
Salma Hayek was busting out of her low-cut dress at the Savages U.K. photocall Wednesday, and her director Oliver Stone certainly took notice.
The esteemed filmmaker was snapped ogling the 46-year-old Oscar nominee’s assets as the two posed for photographers on the red carpet at London’s Mandarin Oriental hotel.
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We could get used to this.
Shia LaBeouf was once again spotted clean-shaved and looking quite dapper on the set of Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps in Manhattan’s Central Park. Don’t forget about his signature cig.
Alongside Shia was veteran actor Frank Langella and a team of absolutely adorable puppies. So cute! More »
Brace yourselves; you’re about to see a lot more of Mickey Rourke than you have in recent years.
Rourke’s new film, The Wrestler, had its premiere at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in Beverly Hills, Tuesday night. From the looks of things, it could spark a dramatic comeback for the 52-year-old… More »
The National Enquirer reports that Arkansas television news anchorwoman Anne Pressley, who plays a role in Oliver Stone’s George W. Bush biopic, is in criticial condition after being attacked in what appears to be a home invasion.
Pressley was found battered and unconscious in her bed by police. Authorities were called by Pressley’s mother… More »
You get involved with an Oliver Stone movie, and there’s bound to be a little controversy.
Actors Josh Brolin and Jeffrey Wright were busted during a bar fight around 2 a.m. on Saturday, reports the Shreveport Times. The two are in town to film Stone’s George Bush biopic, W.
Reportedly a fracas broke out—and the name of this… More »