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Al Pacino, Christopher freakin’ Walken, Alan Arkin and a kick ass retro movie poster – you know what to do – watch this trailer.
Adam Sandler and his 2011 film “Jack and Jill” have earned the dubious distinction of winning every Razzie Awards category at this year’s ceremony. The Razzies honor the year’s worst films, and Sandler was recognized with both the Worst Actor and Worst Actress awards.
The film also took top honors for Worst Picture, Worst Screen Ensemble, Worst Remake, Worst Director, Worst Screen Couple and Worst Screenplay. Al Pacino and David Spade were named Worst Supporting Actor and Worst Supporting Actress, respectively.
“Jack and Jill” ended up making $74.2 million at the box office despite universally poor reviews. Did you see the film? Was it bad enough to earn a Razzies sweep?
- Boxer Joe Frazier is fighting liver cancer, and former opponent Muhammad Ali sent his prayers via CBS. (CBS)
- Justin Bieber said that he’ll take a paternity test to prove he isn’t the father of Mariah Yeater‘s child — and then he’ll sue her. (TMZ)
- Roger Moore, who played Bond in seven films, is not a fan of the 007 movies featuring Sean Connery and Daniel Craig. (Starpulse)
- Paris Hilton‘s motorcycle racing team just won the Valencia Grand Prix. Who knew? (Starpulse)
- Kardashian divorce update: SNL aired a hilarious skit on the Kardashian Klan. Kim Kardashian wants to keep her 20.5-carat ring and must pay Kris Humphries to do so. Oh, and Kim flew to Minnesota to speak face-to-face with Kris. Think they’ll reconcile after this PR nightmare? (Perez Hilton, TMZ, TMZ)
- While in Arizona for military training, Prince Harry ate an entire pizza. (Foodista)
- “Top Chef” host Padma Lakshmi candidly shares the difficulties she had in losing her baby weight. (Perezitos)
- What’s Evan Rachel Wood‘s defining Hollywood moment? To hear her tell it, it wasn’t working with Al Pacino. (Starpulse)
Working hard on his new film “Magic Mike” for Steven Soderberg about his former life as a stripper, Channing Tatum fans have some other good news, his Sundance film, “The Son of No One,” directed by “A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints”-director Ditto Montiel, will hit theaters on November 4, 2011. Anchor Bay Films just released these images from the film today.
Starring Tatum, Al Pacino, Ray Liotta, Tracy Morgan, Juliette Binoche and Katie Holmes, the film is about a young cop assigned to the neighborhood in which he grew up, and where he has an old secret that could rear its ugly head and destroy his life. The film might have had some re-editing following some unfavorable reviews out of Sundance, and with a cast of names running this deep, should find itself an audience at home if not at the theaters.
Images courtesy of Anchor Bay Films. Photos taken by Phil Caruso.
With Al Pacino busy receiving his Jaeger leCoultre Award, the red carpet hosted the all-star cast of Colin Firth, Gary Oldman, Mark Strong and John Hurt in support of their Cold War era film “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy,” based on the novel by John Le Carre, and slated for release in the US on December 9, 2011. Oldman has a killer year, appearing in six 2011 listed releases and filming “The Dark Knight Rises” with Chris Nolan, and walked the red carpet with fourth wife, Alexandra Edenborough. Twice Oscar-nominated John Hurt also brought his fourth wife, while Colin Firth brought Livia Giuggioli and Mark Strong posed with Liza Marshall.
Feting strange and romantic material are Selma Blair and director Todd Solondz, in Venice to promote “Dark Horse.” While Blair walked the red carpet for the first time since having her recent child, “Dark Horse” is sure to find further favor with photographers should another of its co-stars, Justin Bartha, decide to walk up-coming red carpets with his rumored romance, Scarlett Johansson.
Images courtesy of Jaeger LeCoultre, Ian Gavan and Getty Images via Image.net