Could Joaquin Phoenix be making a movie about his decision to leave movies?It certainly seemed that way last night at Hollywood hotspot Bardot, where the decidedly scruffy actor turned up with brother-in-law Casey Affleck and his own personal camera crew.Despite a strict no-photography policy, Phoenix had footage rolling for the duration of the spot’s Monday… More »
In a fitting tribute to an actor who devoted so much of himself to helping others, some of the biggest names in show business gathered at San Francisco’s Davies Symphony Hall Monday night.
The stars had aligned to raise funds for Paul Newman’s charity the Painted Turtle, a camp for children with life-threatening illnesses… More »
Us reports that Julia Roberts will be among a group of celebrities who will honor the recently deceased Paul Newman at a charity event.
Roberts will be joined by Tom Hanks, Bruce Willis, Jack Nicholson, Danny DeVito, Warren Beatty, Annette Benning, Billy Crystal and Danny Glover at a charity stage reading of The World… More »
Screen legend Paul Newman has died.The 83-year-old actor’s resume is studded with iconic roles from Cat on a Hot Tin Roof to Hud, The Hustler and Cool Hand Luke.He had been fighting a dignified and semi-public battle with cancer for several months.Newman most recently dazzled moviegoers with an Oscar-nominated performance opposite Tom Hanks in 2003’s… More »
These are grim times for fans of Hollywood’s Golden Age. The Daily Mail reports that that 76-year-old acting icon Elizabeth Taylor has been put on a life-support machine. Taylor was diagnosed with pneumonia last week and subsequently developed congestive heart failure. Meanwhile, the Mail also reports that Paul Newman, who is believed to be suffering… More »
UPDATE: And the backpedaling has begun. As could be expected when one spills too much too soon, Newman buddy A.E. Hotchner now tells Access Hollywood “I saw him last week and he seemed fine. I have no knowledge of any diagnosis or doctors.”
Okay, the guy is 92—we’ll cut him some slack. But he… More »