April 18, 2014

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Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie wedding rumors continue to run wild

HollywoodNews.com: Everyone wants to know when Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie will wed now that they are recently engaged.
And now that they have recently been spotted Le Touquet, which is near Chateau Miraval, wedding rumors are running wild again, states UsMagazine.com. As it is rumored that they wed there, now that they are back it is believed they are busy planning.
Both have been filming in the UK as of late, but apparently wanted a small break at their nearby home. It is believed that they will wed this year with a small and simple wedding ceremony.
However, fans will just have to wait and see what happens as it will likely be incredibly private.
When do you think they will wed?
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Angelina Jolie named honorary citizen of Bosnia

HollywoodNews.com: Angelina Jolie received a special honor recently as she was named an honorary citizen of Bosnia.
Jolie directed the movie ‘In the Land of Blood and Honey’ that brought light to the Bosnian war which led to her latest honor, states Hollyscoop. The country wanted to honor her for her contributions to them by giving her citizenship.
Jolie just recently attended the 18th Sarajevo Film Festival and was then given honorary citizenship.
“This means so much to me. My heart is in this city,” Jolie said as she received the honor.
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Oscars: Angelina Jolie will present at the 84th Academy Awards ceremony

HollywoodNews.com: Academy Award®-winning actress Angelina Jolie will present at the 84th Academy Awards ceremony, telecast producers Brian Grazer and Don Mischer announced today.
In 1999 Jolie took home the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in “Girl, Interrupted,” and she received a nomination in 2008 for her lead performance in “Changeling.” Jolie recently made her writing and directing debut with the film “In the Land of Blood and Honey.” She will be seen next in “Maleficent.” Jolie’s other film credits include “Kung Fu Panda 2,” “The Tourist,” “Salt,” “Wanted,” “A Mighty Heart,” “Mr. and Mrs. Smith,” “Taking Lives” and “The Bone Collector.”
Academy Awards for outstanding film achievements of 2011 will be presented on Sunday, February 26, at the Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Center®, and televised live by the ABC Television Network. The Oscar presentation also will be televised live in more than 225 countries worldwide
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“Drive” director Nicolas Winding Refn on L.A., the Oscar season and the Blu-rays that never leave his player – AWARDS ALLEY

By Sean O’Connell
Hollywoodnews.com: Nicolas Winding Refn has returned to the scene of the crime.
The director of “Bronson,” “Valhalla Rising” and, most recently, “Drive,” is in Los Angeles doing awards-circuit press. Of course, he shot his stylish thriller in and around L.A., spinning a modern-day fairy tale about a dangerous driver for hire (Ryan Gosling) and the “damsel in distress” he fights to protect. After winning Best Director distinctions (and a Palme d’Or nod) in Cannes, “Drive” gradually conquered the festival circuit and finally opened in September, earning an estimated $34.5 million in domestic ticket sales.
The accolades have continued as of late, with Gosling’s nemesis, Albert Brooks, picking up a Best Supporting Actor win from the New York Film Critics’ Circle and “Drive” making the National Board of Reviews Top 10 list for the year.
Refn and I started there during a interview on behalf of “Drive,” one of the more thrilling features you’ll see this year:
HollywoodNews.com: “Drive” technically entered the awards race back in Cannes, where you earned Best Director honors. It has continued lately with recognition from the New York Film Critics Circle and the National Board of Review. What does this recognition mean to you?
Nicolas Winding Refn: I mean, anybody liking your film and wanting to honor it … there’s always a great satisfaction both personally and creatively. You can’t deny that. It’s very, very flattering and it means a lot to me.
HollywoodNews.com: Do you also think these notices help drum up awareness for the film?
Oh absolutely. A movie like “Drive” needs critics. It needs people. It needs journalists and it needs fans to help promote it. As many people as possible. And that is the power of these awards for smaller movies like “Drive.”
HollywoodNews.com: So much of what I think makes “Drive” unique is the below-the-line aspects, from your sound design to your precise editing. Is there a technical Oscar category that you’d really like to see “Drive” nominated in?
I think “Drive” has three very interesting below-the-line categories. I focused on the music, the editing, and the photography. Those three aspects played a huge part in the creation of the film.
HollywoodNews.com: I’m glad that you mentioned the photography, because “Drive,” to me, captured a side of L.A. that we rarely see on screen. I’m in L.A. all of the time, and it never looks like it does in “Drive.”
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Kristen Stewart on “genuine” ‘Twilight’ wedding moment

HollywoodNews.com: ‘Twilight’ fans will soon see Kristen Stewart’s character wed Robert Pattinson’s character, and it will likely be a special moment for everyone.
Stewart recently commented on the ‘Breaking Dawn’ wedding and how it was everything she wanted it to be, states UsMagazine.com.
“I was really able to have a genuine experience. I really wanted to just take the walk and feel it and that’s totally what I did,” Stewart said about getting the most out of the experience.
And Pattinson agrees as he has previously commented that most of the people in the filming hadn’t seen her wedding dress so their reactions are genuine as well.
Which scene do you want to see the most?
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Angelina Jolie reveals live-in boyfriend at 14

HollywoodNews.com: Nothing in Angelina Jolie’s life has been normal including her teenage years when she lived with her boyfriend under her mother’s roof.
Jolie admitted to ‘The Sun’ that she is grateful for her mother’s decision to let her boyfriend live with her when she was just 14 years old, states RadarOnline.com. “It was the smartest thing my mother could have done because, this way, we weren’t hanging out in a park together,” Jolie commented.
Jolie also revealed that the two lived together for two years like a married couple until she realized she wanted something different: “By the time I was 16, I wanted my freedom and wanted to focus on work.”
Do you think that helped Jolie out?
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Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie marriage rumors already shot down

HollywoodNews.com: Although yet another rumor started up about Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie getting married in the near future, it is already being shot down.
It is now being reported that there is no evidence that this rumor is true, states People. Mostly, the two are reportedly too busy right now to be tying the knot in the next few months.
However, Pitt and Jolie are reportedly open to the idea as their children have started asking about marriage. They also reportedly wanted to wait until it is legal for everyone.
Do you think they will ever wed?
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‘Jersey Shore’ cast reportedly looking for more money

HollywoodNews.com: The cast of ‘Jersey Shore’ is apparently making sure they get all the money they want while the show is still going.
The cast will soon be heading back to New Jersey for Season 5 filming, but they apparently wanted new contracts first, states TMZ. MTV reportedly wanted to film under the current contracts, but lawyers for the cast then got involved.
Now, new contracts have reportedly been drawn up and will include a significant raise. Most of the cast has allegedly signed and the rest are expected to do so.
Do you think Season 5 will be the last one?
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‘Twilight’ cast tried to do their own stunts for ‘Breaking Dawn’

HollywoodNews.com: Now that the ‘Twilight’ cast has done a number of the films, they wanted to step up their game for ‘Breaking Dawn.’
Apparently, the cast did a lot of their own stunts in the latest film, states NextMovie. “A lot of what you see will actually be us doing it,” Ashley Greene revealed.
She admitted that the cast, including Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, wanted to do as much as possible so they put in the time to be able to handle the stunts.
Are you excited for ‘Breaking Dawn’?
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Jodie Foster’s sad, silly “Beaver” unveils at SXSW

By Sean O’Connell
Hollywoodnews.com: “It’s not a comedy,” Jodie Foster warned the crowd that packed the Paramount Theater at the South By Southwest film festival for the world premiere of her new film, “The Beaver.”
She wasn’t kidding.

The mental-health drama, which Foster admitted was “probably the biggest struggle of my professional career,” taps into the sorrow and self-loathing under the surface of Mel Gibson’s withered, weathered skin to analyze how one man confronts his crippling depression and split-personality disorder. It explores how mental instability can divide a married couple, alienate a parent from their children, rip a family to shreds, and obliterate a once-healthy, once-happy human being. In a side plot, Jennifer Lawrence’s character quietly laments the loss of a family member, while Anton Yelchin coaxes her to stop hiding behind her grief and return to life.
And then things actually get dark.
“The Beaver” deserves contemplation, and earns the avoidance of the snap judgment today’s Internet journalism craves.
This much, I am willing to say. The central conceit, the idea of a man funneling his purest emotions through a puppet he finds in a dumpster, is silly … and no amount of heavy lifting by Foster, Gibson or Yelchin ever overcomes that. They come close. Real damn close. But I couldn’t get past the silliness of the puppet premise, as much as I wanted to (and I really, really wanted to).
Gibson is subdued and pained. I initially thought he needed one BIG scene to get past the puppet. By the end, I realized that moment wouldn’t have been earned. And yes, there is a sequence early in the film, as Gibson’s character is shouting at the beaver puppet about “blowing it up” that you’ll think back to his highly-publicized rants and leave the film. But it’s temporary, and Gibson The Actor quickly overshadows Gibson The Media-Fuelled Trainwreck.

In its smallest moments, though, the film gets its hands around some very difficult emotional subjects that beg for further exploration. Foster and her film just don’t fully explore them before her time runs out. If “Beaver” wasn’t a movie, the discussion would have gone on much longer. Because films demand closure, “Beaver” leans on graduation-speech wisdom and the half-hearted promise that things have gotten a little bit better (and will continue to improve).
Pat? Maybe. But only because what came before it was raw and heartfelt.
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