Jeremy Strong

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  • War of Words Brewing Between Quentin Tarantino and It Follows Director?

    Quentin Tarantino’s recent criticism of acclaimed horror movie ‘It Follows’ have prompted a public response from the film’s writer-director, David Robert Mitchell. Tarantino, never short of an opinion on the state of cinema and never shy to voice it, recently expressed his disappointment with…

    Ben Bussey
  • Captain America and Iron Man's Teams Revealed for 'Civil War'

    Whose siding with who in next year's film?

    Comicvine
  • Toby Sheldon Dead: Reality TV Star And Justin Bieber Look-Alike Was 35

    Reality star Toby Sheldon, (aka Tobias Strebel), has died, his rep confirmed to Deadline. He was 35. Sheldon, who appeared on reality series E!’s  Botched and TLC’s  My Strange Addiction, was perhaps best known as a look-alike for Justin Bieber. He went missing on August 18. His body was found…

    Deadline
  • Here’s What The Young Stars From Spy Kids Look Like Today

    Whatever happened to the tooled-up youngsters of Robert Rodriguez’s ‘Spy Kids’ franchise? We tracked them down… Daryl Sabara – Juni Cortez As a kid, Daryl Sabara’s goofy grin and cute ginger curls made him a child star – even before he landed the co-lead role in Robert Rodriguez’s gadget-packed…

    Yahoo Movies UK
  • Doubles trouble in family tennis comedy 'Break Point'

    Actors Jeremy Sisto and David Walton serve up a doubles dose of the game in "Break Point", a family reconciliation comedy about estranged siblings who reunite for a tennis tournament. "Six Feet Under" actor Sisto, portrays washed-up doubles tennis player Jimmy who tries to convince his brother…

    Reuters
  • Oscars: Kazakhstan, Croatia Select Academy Award Entries

    Kazakhstan and Croatia have added their entries for this year’s foreign-language film Oscar. Yermek Tursunov’s “Stranger” will represent Kazakhstan, while Dalibor Matanic’s “The High Sun” will represent Croatia. “Stranger”, which receives its world premiere at the Toronto International Film…

    Variety
  • Edinburgh TV Fest: Showtime’s David Nevins Talks ‘Twin Peaks,’ 'Homeland' and New Pilots

    The network's president also talked about cancelling 'Happyish' and the flak he recieved for the finale of 'Dexter.'

    The Hollywood Reporter
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    Can you recognise Ameesha Patel? (8 photos)

    Ameesha Patel was spotted at the photoshoot of her film ‘Desi Magic’. But hold on just a second, is that really her? Her look in ‘Desi Magic’ is a far cry from her pretty, innocent look in her debut film ‘Kaho Na Pyar Hai’.

    Yahoo India Celebrity
  • Queen Latifah on Emmy-Nominated 'Bessie' Role: 'She Challenged Me on Every Level

    Queen Latifah is vying to win her first Emmy for her stirring performance in the HBO film Bessie, but her portrayal of blues legend Bessie Smith has already accomplished a very special milestone in her career.

    Billboard
  • Keegan-Michael Key On Ending ‘Key & Peele’ And Being Obama’s Anger Translator – Emmys

    Keegan-Michael Key received four Emmy nominations this year to add to the one he received last year, but in the mix is his first acting nom for his work on Comedy Central’s sketch series Key & Peele. (He has three writing noms and one for exec producing a Key & Peele short-format live-action…

    Deadline
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    Sanjay Dutt's Emotional Moment With His Bollywood Friends! (10 photos)

    Colleagues and close friends Vidhu Vinod Chopra and Sanjay Gupta visit Sanjay Dutt at his Bandra residence, who has been granted parole for his daughter’s nose surgery yesterday on August 26, 2015.

    Business of Cinema
  • ‘E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial’ is ready to light up concert halls

    John Williams' Oscar-winning score for 1982 Steven Spielberg film "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial" will be performed by live orchestras when the film is screened by FILM CONCERTS LIVE! The "E.T." concert series premieres in Los Angeles at the Hollywood Bowl on Friday, Sept. 4.

    Hitfix
  • ‘Caesar’ Drama From Matt Lopez & John Glenn Gets ABC Put Pilot Commitment

    In a highly competitive situation, Caesar, a sprawling contemporary drama from Matt Lopez and John Glenn, has landed at ABC with a put pilot commitment. The project, which reimagines Shakespeare’s play Julius Caesar in modern-day Los Angeles, is described as a tale of power, sex and…

    Deadline
  • Lisbeth Salander is back in 'Millennium' sequel, with a twist

    By Johan Sennero STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - The tattooed young hacker Lisbeth Salander is back in the sequel to Stieg Larsson's "Millennium" trilogy" but with a twist - a new author - and a contemporary backdrop that includes spies from the U.S. National Security Agency. The books by Larsson, who died…

    Reuters
  • iPic Special Menu Feature; Steak Brasil Dining Event

    iPic bringing gourmet pizza to a movie theater near you; Cena de Maestros at Steak Brasil BOCA RATON— iPic Theaters is offering gourmet-ish movie theater food throughout the month of September. Guest chef Elizabeth Falkner will join in collaboration with James Beard Award-Winning Chef Sherry Yard…

    Eater Miami
  • Netflix set to double its L.A.-area office space with move to Hollywood

    Netflix is loading up its truck and moving to Hollywood.

    Los Angeles Times
  • Open Road Ramps Up TV Biz With ABC Family Exec Hire

    Open Road Films has named former ABC Family executive Lynn Stepanian its EVP of Television as the primarily film company begins to dip its toe in the TV waters. The announcement was made today by CEO Tom Ortenberg, to whom Stepanian will report. In the new role, she will focus on acquisitions and…

    Deadline
  • This Past Monday, A Billion People Used Facebook In A Single Day

    Facebook reached one in seven people on Earth in a single day earlier this week: Over a billion people accessed Facebook this past Monday, according to CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who announced the milestone Thursday — where else — on Facebook. “When we talk about our financials, we use average numbers,…

    Variety
  • Clive Owen makes Broadway debut in Pinter's 'Old Times'

    The "Children of Men" and "Closer" actor, who has London theater credits to his name, will appear alongside fellow Britons Eve Best, who previously starred in Pinter's "The Homecoming", and "True Detective" actress Kelly Reilly. In the play, Owen's character Deeley and his wife Kate receive a visit…

    Reuters