Miguel Zayas-Garcia

  • 'Harry Potter' Star Matthew Lewis' Racy Spread Shocks J.K. Rowling

    Prepare to be stupefied by "Harry Potter" star Matthew Lewis… Neville Longbottom? Matthew's new pics left "Potter" author J.K. Rowling wishing she could throw an invisibility cloak over the actor. .@Mattdavelewis I will always support you whatever you want to do, Matthew.

    Access Hollywood
  • Natalie Portman Shows Underwear in Sheer Dress at Cannes

    Actress Natalie Portman showed a little more than usual when she appeared at a photo call for her upcoming film on Sunday. Portman looked gorgeous in a stunning black, fringe-lined, sheer gown that actually revealed the 33-year-old star’s black underwear. Getty Images The sultry star completed the…

    ETonline
  • Michael Caine says he is unrecognizable in latest film role

    By Matthew Stock CANNES, France (Reuters) - Michael Caine, the British actor sometimes lampooned for playing versions of himself in his six-decade career, says he is unrecognizable in his latest role as a retired orchestra conductor.     "The challenge that I put myself, and always have done, is…

    Reuters
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    Celebs Soak Up the Sun at Hotel du Cap (11 photos)

    The annual Cannes Film Festival isn't all about film. For decades, the famous have frolicked in and around the pool at the luxurious Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc in nearby Antibes, France. Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton chose it as the location for their honeymoon. Kate Moss was reportedly banned for…

    Yahoo Celebrity
  • Zaki's Review: Tomorrowland

    It's hard to fault the optimistic underpinnings of director Brad Bird's new Disney opus Tomorrowland. Taking inspiration from the same brand of utopian philosophy that Uncle Walt himself espoused during his lifetime (and which he imbued the theme park ride of the same name with), the film is…

    Huffington Post
  • Hollywood stars out en masse for first U.S. Red Nose Day event

    By Chris Michaud NEW YORK (Reuters) - Hollywood stars joined top music acts on Thursday for the first U.S. Red Nose Day, a charitable drive that raises funds for children in need around the world. In all more than 100 stars, including Oscar winners Julia Roberts, Gwyneth Paltrow, Eddie Redmayne,…

    Reuters
  • David Letterman & Twitter: How #ThanksDave Did In The Past 24 Hours

    David Letterman fans and detractors took to social media to express well wishes/good riddances in the hours leading up to, during and after last night’s Late Show bow-out, wrapping a 33-year career hosting broadcast late-night TV. According to social web tracker Topsy.com, 145,578 tweets in the…

    Deadline
  • In this alternate universe, the Transformers have destroyed movie history

    In our reality, the Transformers franchise has wreaked havoc on Hollywood for the better part of a decade, and it shows no signs of stopping. But imagine, if you will, a universe where every movie you know takes place in the same world... all until the Transformers come to ruin everyone's lives.

    The Verge
  • Cannes: Benicio Del Toro Talks About Tackling the War on Drugs in 'Sicario'

    "We're gonna raise questions about that idea that America thinks that it can solve problems outside of its border with strong violence," director Denis Villeneuve told THR.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Johnny Depp’s ‘Mortdecai’ Drags Lionsgate’s Q4 Down, But 2015 Strong

    Lionsgate on Thursday reported significantly lower fourth-quarter earnings and revenue, but its 2015 fiscal year was strong and its shares held steady in after-hours trading at $32. Within the group, theatrical revenue in the fiscal year was $354 million compared to $524.7 million in the prior…

    The Wrap
  • The insane '80s action short Kung Fury is jumping from Kickstarter to your TV

    The film has been picked up by the El Rey Network, the cable channel masterminded by genre filmmaker Robert Rodriguez (Sin City, Spy Kids, and the better half of Grindhouse no matter what anybody says), and will be debuting on May 28th at 6:30PM ET. Sandberg wrote, directed, and stars in the…

    The Verge
  • Hollywood to Maggie Gyllenhaal: You’re Too Old to Play a Love Interest

    Throughout her more-than-two-decade acting career, Maggie Gyllenhaal has played a range of challenging and disparate roles, from a recovering heroin addict recently released from prison to an assistant district attorney caught in a love triangle in Gotham City. “There are things that are really…

    Takepart.com
  • Watch the trailer for the touching Batkid Begins documentary

    Miles Scott patrolled the streets of San Francisco as the legendary Batkid back in November 2013, and now the movie is close to hitting theaters. This new trailer promises to turn Miles' story into a surprisingly touching film, following his battle with cancer all the way to his becoming an online…

    The Verge
  • New York Times Changes Film Review Policy, Can’t Guarantee Coverage

    The New York Times is changing its film review policies, with the paper telling distributors this week that it can no longer guarantee its critics will weigh in on every film that screens in the city. “Because of the increasing volume of new films released each year, the Times is no longer able to…

    Variety
  • It's a Mall World: Grove Owner Rick Caruso Builds Malls Like He's Making Movies

    Developer Rick Caruso gets a lot of flack for his fakey-old-town shopping centers (The Grove and the Americana at Brand), which replicate a place that never really existed. But if you consider these malls as a kind of set...

    Curbed LA
  • ‘World War Z 2′ Commences In Summer 2017

    Paramount now knows when those speed-burning zombies will attack next. The studio has set a June 9, 2017, release date for World War Z 2, the follow-up to the 2013 hit that became the  biggest domestic grosser of Brad Pitt’s career. The move sets up an action-sequel slugfest between director…

    Deadline
  • Canada's CTV Acquires CBS 'Zoo' Drama For Summer Run

    The deal with CBS Television Studios is the first to emerge as the Canucks wrap up deal-making at the Los Angeles Screenings.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • American-made Cannes film 'Krisha' is real family affair

    By Rollo Ross CANNES, France (Reuters) - When American director Trey Edward Shults decided to direct his first feature film, he turned to those he could most rely on to get it made: his family.     "Krisha", shown at the Cannes festival, is based on events that happened to Shults's family over the…

    Reuters