Chriselle Almeida

  • Tatum O'Neal Reveals A Surprise Fact About Her Sexuality

    In a candid interview with People magazine, Tatum O'Neal opens up about her relationship with son Kevin McEnroe. But it's her revelation about her sexuality that will surprise many fans of the Oscar-winning actress."I like women," O'Neal, whose new film, "She's Funny That Way," is slated for…

    Huffington Post
  • Batman May Appear in ‘Suicide Squad’ After All

    When iconic Batman villains the Joker (Jared Leto) and Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) were announced as part of Warner Bros.’ “Suicide Squad” lineup, fans began to wonder whether Ben Affleck’s Dark Knight might also appear in David Ayer’s supervillain team-up film. Now it appears we may have our…

    Variety
  • ‘19 Kids And Counting’ Spinoff May Be Spawned As TLC Wades Through Duggar Mess

    As advertisers bail, petitions abound and the media feasts on the story, the odds of TLC being able to bring back its hit series 19 Kids And Counting without Josh Duggar just got a lot slimmer with a new report that patriarch Jim Bob Duggar initially might not have told that Arkansas state trooper…

    Deadline
  • ‘Fast and Furious 8′ Looks Like It’s Going to be Bloody, Set in New York

    Vin Diesel and Ludacris just opened the longest tease campaign ever. That’s right, with Furious 7 still showing in select theaters and not even two full months after its release, two of the stars of the massively successful franchise posted on Instagram about part eight. Already. Fast & Furious 8…

    Boldride
  • Stockholm Fest Launches Impact Award For Best International Film

    Stockholm International Film Festival is launching the Stockholm Impact Award, a kudo that will go to an international movie. The Impact Award will be given to a film presented in the newly-created Impact selection, which will be dedicated to “headstrong visionaries who reflect our contemporary…

    Variety
  • 'Transparent,' 'Black-ish' Feted at TV Academy Honors

    Four other television shows that have "shifted cultural acceptance" were lauded at the annual TV Academy event held at the Montage Hotel in Beverly Hills.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Hug the Future: Hour of the Wolf Movie Review of Tomorrowland

    Upon reflection, it turns out I've been looking forward to Tomorrowland more than I've been looking forward to any actual tomorrows. Which is ironic, because that is pretty much what this film -- directed by Brad Bird, who co-scripted with Damon Lindelof -- is about. It is, of course, easier to get…

    Huffington Post
  • CCTV6 to Debut Entertainment News Show ‘Talking to Hollywood With Betty Zhou’

    China Movie Channel CCTV6 will debut “Talking to Hollywood with Betty Zhou,” the first and only television show offering inside access to Hollywood films and stars exclusively for the Chinese audiences, the network announced Wednesday. Zhou has been a star on the rise in China, known for delivering…

    The Wrap
  • Kate Shepherd Named EVP Content At Contend

    Veteran unscripted TV executive and producer Kate Shepherd has been tapped as EVP of Content at Contend. Shepherd moves to Contend from Shine America where she served as VP of Development, overseeing global format development and acquisitions. She has produced, directed and developed TV series for…

    Deadline
  • Former MTV Exec Joins CMT As SVP Communications

    CMT has named Kurt Patat as SVP Communications. He reports to CMT President Brian Phillips, and his appointment is effective immediately. In his new role, Patat will oversee all media relations as well as internal communications for CMT, managing publicity teams in both Santa Monica and Nashville,…

    Deadline
  • Echosmith's Sydney Sierota Lands Modeling Contract

    The musician will be repped by the same agency as Nick Jonas and Coco Rocha.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Review: Bujalski bulks up with a starrier cast in 'Results'

    In Andrew Bujalski's directorial debut "Funny Ha Ha" — the film often cited as the first "mumblecore" movie — its aimless protagonist Marnie, recently graduated from college, writes a to-do list charming in its modest ambition: "Make friends with Jackie." ''Learn to play chess?" ''Fitness…

    Associated Press
  • Jason Reitman Takes On ‘Beekle’ Book Adaptation For DreamWorks Animation

    He’s been up in the air and hung out with young adults, but Jason Reitman never has gotten animated — until now. The Oscar-nominated filmmaker is writing and directing an adaptation of the book The Adventures Of Beekle: The Unimaginary Friend for DreamWorks Animation. This is also the first…

    Deadline
  • Rick Santorum Announces Candidacy To ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos

    Rick Santorum, the former GOP senator from Pennsylvania, announced to ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos in an exclusive interview that he’s officially joining the race to be the Republican nomination for POTUS in 2016. "I'm ready to do this again," Rick Santorum tells me on joining the 2016 race.…

    Deadline
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    Simon Pegg Talks About How To 'Man Up'

    Executive Producer and star of the comedy romance film 'Man Up' Simon Pegg chats with us in London about the film and the unique world of online dating. Listen in.

    Celebrity Wire
  • 'Last Black Man' Funded: With eight days left to go...

    With eight days left to go in its Kickstarter campaign, The Last Black Man in San Francisco has surpassed its fund-raising goal of $50,000 and collected support from more than 1,000 backers. The film is set to tell the story...

    Curbed San Francisco
  • Randy Jackson Inks Overall Producing Deal With Endemol Shine North America

    Grammy-winning producer, musician and longtime American Idol judge Randy Jackson has signed an overall production deal with Endemol Shine North America where he will develop unscripted, scripted and digital programming. "Randy is one of the most respected talents in both the music and television…

    Deadline
  • 'Aquarius' Boss Says NBC's Charles Manson Drama Is "Historical Fiction"

    "It’s taking this controversial figure and saying, 'What if?' That’s what the exercise of 'Aquarius' is," John McNamara tells THR.

    The Hollywood Reporter