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It's witness stand, the sequel, for actress Kirsten Dunst.
The Spider-Man star reprised her role Tuesday as a star witness in the real-life drama. She testified against a man being retried on charges of helping steal her purse from a New York City hotel room. It was being used as an actors' lounge during a 2007 movie shoot.
(L to R) Russell Brand, Emily Blunt, Robert Pattinson. Photos: David Becker/Jason Merritt/Kevin Winter/Getty Images.
From the randy (Russell Brand) to the elfin (Carey Mulligan) and everyone in between, we’re counting down the Top 10 recent British imports.
Find out who made the cut now!
Sarah Polley seems like such a nice gal, so what’s with her attraction to horror pics?
We talk about her fading interest in acting, Pioneer Village and creating a human/animal hybrid in the monster movie Splice.Polley is sitting in the lounge of the National Film Board in Toronto taking a break. She’s been a hard woman to track down, working on a documentary and in “pre-prep” on her second feature as a director, Take This Waltz, which explores the addictive nature of the beginnings of relationships.
It’s been more than three years since the 31-year-old former child star had the Canadian film industry in a tizzy over her directorial debut, Away From Her. The film won all the important Genies, and Polley was nominated for a Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar for converting Alice Munro’s short story. Since then, Polley has appeared on a few TV shows and in a couple of movies that have yet to hit theatres. The most anticipated is Canadian director Vincenzo Natali’s Splice, a Frankenstein-esque horror about two genetic scientists (Polley and Adrien Brody) who create a human/animal hybrid in their lab then watch as things go horribly wrong. It comes out this month. Another, Mr. Nobody, co-starring Jared Leto, is expected out later this summer.
In the film they play a picture-perfect married couple until some information comes to light that threatens their forever-after happiness. But just what could tear these two apart? A good ole fashioned secret identity, assassination plots and international intrigue, of course!
Find out who else was at the Killers premiere!
The comedian-actor, who turns 35 on Friday, says he's "got everything I need."
Brand stars in the film Get Him to the Greek, which opens Friday, and is engaged to pop singer Katy Perry.
The Judd Apatow-produced comedy, which stars funny man Jonah Hill and Sean "Diddy" Combs, has Brand reprising his character from 2008's Forgetting Sarah Marshall, the British rock star Aldous Snow.
"It's a lot of hard work pretending to be a rock star, but it went really, really well and it's good," Brand said in a phone interview Wednesday. "It was like doing karaoke but everyone's backing me up and telling me I'm good and laughing."
Her manager Barbara Lawrence said McClanahan died Thursday at 1 a.m. at New York-Presbyterian Hospital of a brain hemorrhage.
She had undergone treatment for breast cancer in 1997 and later lectured to cancer support groups on "aging gracefully." In 2009, she had heart bypass surgery.
McClanahan had an active career in off-Broadway and regional stages in the 1960s before she was tapped for TV in the 1970s for the key best-friend character on the hit series "Maude," starring Bea Arthur. After that series ended in 1978, McClanahan landed the role as Aunt Fran on "Mama's Family" in 1983.
The man behind weirdo brain-buster Cube and existential comedy Nothing cooks up Splice, starring Sarah Polley and Adrien Brody as smarties who dare to take science to the next, dangerous level. Enter Dren (played by newcomer Delphine Chaneac), a lovely and grotesque half-human creature whose animalistic instincts and humane side clash with expected, and then truly bananas, results that will shock, repel and even arouse some.
The cast, minus Polley, and some famous friends - hello, RDJ! - were on-hand in L.A. for the film's premiere. Check it out!
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