For comedian, YouTube phenomenon and self-proclaimed fashionista Grace Helbig, the main thrust behind writing her second book — “Grace & Style: The Art of Pretending You Have It” — was to present her take on the world of fashion with a healthy dose of fun.
Without question, Nicholas Sparks’ novels have not only clicked with millions of readers, but a huge legion of movie fans — considering his “The Choice” is the 11th Sparks books to be translated to the big screen.
For Lily James, the strength of “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” is centered on “the fact that we are uttering dialogue so closely based on Jane Austen’s original novel.”
Not only is Orlando Bloom a talented actor, but the “Pirates of the Caribbean” star also apparently has an ear for popular tunes.
It’s always encouraging to see filmmakers truly build on a successful original movie — and take its sequels to fresh and new dimensions as we see with the wonderful “Kung Fu Panda” franchise.
Marlon Wayans said he got the inspiration for his new film “Fifty Shades of Black” (opening Friday) when he saw “pretty much every woman I saw reading that book!”
Actor Taye Diggs snared a new group of fans during a recent United Airlines flight from Los Angeles to Chicago.
Fans of Orlando Bloom got a big kick out of seeing the actor pumping a bit of iron while lifting weights during a workout at the Equinox Gold Coast late Tuesday afternoon.
In “The Finest Hours” (opening Friday), Chris Pine portrays Bernie Webber, a young Coast Guard officer in 1952 who spearheaded the rescue of merchant marine sailors from a oil tanker that had been split in two — and was in the process of sinking — in horrible Nor’easter storm, off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
For Hungarian filmmaker Laszlo Nemes, the essential reasons he made “Son of Saul,” were to “continue to remind everyone of why we should never forget the Holocaust, but also — I believe for the first time — to reveal the death camp experience from the point of view of an individual within the camp.”