Steven Spielberg has announced his latest project, and it’s almost an homage to one of his heroes, the late director Stanley Kubrick. During a French television broadcast, the Lincoln director revealed that he’ll be working on a miniseries based on the life of French military leader Napoleon Bonaparte.
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Awards season was well underway over the weekend as BAFTA Los Angeles and BBC America presented its 2013 Jaguar Brittania Awards. Honorees at the Beverly Hilton-held ceremony included George Clooney, Kathryn Bigelow, Sir Ben Kingsley, Benedict Cumberbatch, Sacha Baron Cohen and Idris Elba.
On October 31th, São Paulo will begin the thirty-seventh edition of its International Film Festival. The big name honored this year is filmmaker Stanley Kubrick, of works such as The Clockwork Orange. More than 370 movies will be in exhibition. To see…Read More
Brad Grey is on the move. The Paramount chief has put his Bel-Air home on the market and intends to build a “modern” abode on Frank Sinatra’s former property.
Drew Barrymore has seemingly done it all. With a lifelong film career under her belt, the actress, producer, photographer, artist and winemaker can now add “published author” to her growing list of epithets.
George Clooney is being honored by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Los Angeles® . BAFTA will present the A-list, award-winning actor, screenwriter, director, producer and global humanitarian George Clooney with its St
Brad Grey is playing a pivotal part in the collision of the art and entertainment worlds. The Paramount Pictures CEO and chairman has joined the Los Angeles County Museum of Art as a member of the board of trustees.
He’s got it all: great cheekbones, a great career and a new gig as the face of Dior. Yes, that would be Robert Pattinson.
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LACMA’s second annual Art + Film gala may have been the most glamorous bash of the season. Eva Chow and Leonardo DiCaprio co-chaired the October 27 fete, which was held in honor of artists Stanley Kubrick and Ed Ruscha. 550 guests including Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Aniston, Tom Hanks, Leslie Moonves, Brian Grazer, Cameron Diaz, Robert Iger, François-Henri Pinault and wife Salma Hayek sipped on Laurent Perrier champagne during a pre-dinner cocktail reception. Following dinner, Terry Semel presented Ruscha with his award while Steven Spielberg presented Kubrick’s widow, Christiane, with his honor. Florence + the Machine performed following the award ceremony.