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Jude Law's son Rafferty is the spitting image of his dad in 90s prime - www.ok.co.uk - Los Angeles - China
ok.co.uk
21.06.2024 / 17:49

Jude Law's son Rafferty is the spitting image of his dad in 90s prime

Jude Law, who famously starred in the iconic 1999 film The Talented Mr. Ripley, has a 27-year-old son named Rafferty who looks so much like his famous dad that you're sure to do a double-take. Rafferty looked like he'd stepped back in time when he stepped out at The Bikeriders premiere at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles on Monday, 17 June as he donned a loose-fitting pinstripe suit and slicked back hair that resembled his father's statement 90s look.

‘The Exorcist’ Priest Was Haunted While Filming the Horror Classic. Now His Son Has Directed an Ambitious Satire About a Cursed Remake - variety.com
variety.com
20.06.2024 / 22:09

‘The Exorcist’ Priest Was Haunted While Filming the Horror Classic. Now His Son Has Directed an Ambitious Satire About a Cursed Remake

William Earl Joshua John Miller and his personal and creative partner, M.A. Fortin, never set out to make a movie about an exorcism because, as Fortin says to Miller, “Your father stars in the greatest one of all time.” Miller’s dad was the actor Jason Miller, who played Father Damien Karras in “The Exorcist.” He often told Joshua stories of the purportedly haunted set, recounting fires that started around the production and the injuries and deaths that would impact those who worked on the film.

David Oyelowo Remembers ‘Bass Reeves’ Co-Star Donald Sutherland As “Inquisitive, Hungry Artist Still On The Hunt For The Truth” - deadline.com - USA - state Mississippi
deadline.com
20.06.2024 / 21:05

David Oyelowo Remembers ‘Bass Reeves’ Co-Star Donald Sutherland As “Inquisitive, Hungry Artist Still On The Hunt For The Truth”

The last major role of Donald Sutherland, who died today at the age of 88, was on the Paramount+ limited series Lawmen: Bass Reeves, headlined and executive produced by David Oyelowo.

Kiefer Sutherland Pens Touching Tribute to Dad Donald Sutherland After His Death - www.justjared.com
justjared.com
20.06.2024 / 19:53

Kiefer Sutherland Pens Touching Tribute to Dad Donald Sutherland After His Death

Kiefer Sutherland is breaking his silence on his dad Donald Sutherland‘s death.

Hunger Games actor Donald Sutherland passes away as his son Kiefer leads tributes - www.ok.co.uk - Hollywood - Canada
ok.co.uk
20.06.2024 / 18:40

Hunger Games actor Donald Sutherland passes away as his son Kiefer leads tributes

Donald Sutherland has heartbreakingly passed away at age 88, with his family sharing the news on social media in a touching tribute.The Canadian actor had a career in Hollywood spanning over seven decades and was awarded a number of accolades, including Emmy, Golden Globes and Critics Choice Awards. In recent years, he is known for portraying President Snow in The Hunger Games. Donald's cause of death has not been shared.

‘The Sopranos’ cast reunites for 25th anniversary: “These people were home” - www.nme.com - New York - USA
nme.com
18.06.2024 / 15:15

‘The Sopranos’ cast reunites for 25th anniversary: “These people were home”

The Sopranos reunited in New York earlier this week to speak at a panel at the Tribeca Film Festival.In celebration of the 25th anniversary of the US crime drama television series and the premiere of Alex Gibney’s documentary, Wise Guy: David Chase And The Sopranos, members of the cast and crew appeared for an exclusive panel interview.As reported by The Guardian, many cast members expressed their gratitude at being part of such a close team.Jamie-Lynn Sigler, who portrayed Meadow Soprano, said: “That set was home, these people were home, and they accepted you no matter what.” Meanwhile Robert Iler, who played A.K., now 39, said: “My friends are all going to shitty college reunions, and I get to come here.”Also in attendance was actor Steve Buscemi, who directed several episodes and guest-starred in season five. He spoke about reading the pilot script and admitting “I didn’t get it.” He explained how he then witnessed it become a huge success and thought, “Wow, I fucked up!”Executive producers Terence Winter (Boardwalk Empire, The Wolf Of Wall Street) and Matthew Weiner (Mad Men) joined the series’ creator David Chase at the panel.

Queens Of The Stone Age on what’s next: “There are definitely some aces in some sleeves” - www.nme.com - Britain
nme.com
16.06.2024 / 08:29

Queens Of The Stone Age on what’s next: “There are definitely some aces in some sleeves”

Queens Of The Stone Age have spoken to NME at the 2024 edition of Download Festival, and opened up about what the future of the band looks like, as well as the response to their latest album, ‘In Times New Roman..’.Guitarist Troy Van Leeuwen and drummer Jon Theodore caught up with us backstage at this year’s instalment of the Donington Park festival, shortly before they took to the Apex stage as Friday’s headliners (June 14).It comes following frontman Josh Homme telling NME about the set at the end of 2023, and hinting that while they still planned to “to give it [their] all”, they didn’t see “any reason to trip out” over the set. Now, chatting with us backstage, Van Leeuwen and Theodore opened up about what it’s been like to tour in support of their latest LP, and shared their love for Royal Blood, who they hit the road with earlier this year.They also told us about the upcoming reissue of their 1998 self-titled album, and what it was like to take part in the project, despite neither of them being part of the line-up when it was first released.

‘Firebrand’: Jude Law & Alicia Vikander On Their Thrilling Historical Drama, ‘Tomb Raider,’ Marvel & More [The Discourse Podcast] - theplaylist.net
theplaylist.net
15.06.2024 / 14:05

‘Firebrand’: Jude Law & Alicia Vikander On Their Thrilling Historical Drama, ‘Tomb Raider,’ Marvel & More [The Discourse Podcast]

In this week’s episode of The Discourse, host Mike DeAngelo goes back in time to realize not much has changed with the film, “Firebrand.” Directed by Karim Ainouz (“Invisible Life,” “Futuro Beach”), the film follows Catherine Parr (Alicia Vikander), the sixth wife of Henry VIII (Jude Law), who finds herself fighting for survival when the paranoid king grows more suspicious of her actions.

Five UK cities that will be hottest during heatwave as forecasters predict 35C temperatures on the way - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - London - Manchester - Birmingham - city Newcastle
ok.co.uk
14.06.2024 / 08:41

Five UK cities that will be hottest during heatwave as forecasters predict 35C temperatures on the way

There's promising news for Brits as hot weather maps predict an end to the cold spell, with a two-day blast of 26C heat.The UK could see a heatwave by the end of June, with temperatures expected to rise into the mid-twenties, nearing the 30C mark. According to WX Charts maps and charts that use Met Desk data, we could see the temperature peaking at around 26C.

These are Netflix’s top 10 most-watched series of all time - www.nme.com - Britain - Norway
nme.com
13.06.2024 / 17:27

These are Netflix’s top 10 most-watched series of all time

Netflix has revealed its top 10 most-watched TV series of all time, based on views from their first 91 days on the streamer.Sitting at the top of the list is the Addams Family spin-off series Wednesday. The Jenna Ortega-led show has been viewed 252,100,000 times by subscribers, with a total viewing time of 1,718,800,000 hours.In second place is Stranger Things season 4, which has been viewed 140,700,000 times and watched for a total of 1,838,000,000 hours.

Watch Placebo face their demons in trailer for new documentary ‘The Search For Meaning’ featuring Garbage’s Shirley Manson, IDLES’ Joe Talbot and more - www.nme.com - Britain - Scotland
nme.com
13.06.2024 / 14:05

Watch Placebo face their demons in trailer for new documentary ‘The Search For Meaning’ featuring Garbage’s Shirley Manson, IDLES’ Joe Talbot and more

Placebo have announced details of a second feature-length documentary, This Search For Meaning. Check out the trailer below.The project is an intimate and enlightening portrait of the band, which explores both the meaning and subject matter behind their songs, while also diving into their evolution as a group and as human beings.Created by Scottish award-winning filmmaker Oscar Sansom, the documentary won’t simply present a narrative about the origins of the band, it’ll instead take a deep dive into the legacy they created through their themes of surveillance, culture, scrutiny, sexuality, gender identity, addiction, trauma and more.It’ll also include informal conversations with both vocalist-guitarist Brian Molko and bassist–guitarist Stefan Olsdal, as well as contributions from artists who either admire or have been inspired by Placebo.

‘We’re Here’ Creators Stephen Warren & Johnnie Ingram and Showrunner Peter LoGreco On Expanding The Family For A “Diversity Of Stories” & “The Love That Drag Can Bring” - deadline.com - Oklahoma - Tennessee
deadline.com
11.06.2024 / 18:25

‘We’re Here’ Creators Stephen Warren & Johnnie Ingram and Showrunner Peter LoGreco On Expanding The Family For A “Diversity Of Stories” & “The Love That Drag Can Bring”

Since Stephen Warren and Johnnie Ingram created the series in 2020, along with the help of showrunner Peter LoGreco, We’re Here has won four Emmys and shined a light on the drag and LGBTQ communities in small towns around the U.S. With today’s political climate, especially in smaller conservative areas where Pride events are being cancelled and hate is being directed towards the drag community, the trio decided that a format change was necessary for the fourth season to really get their message across: “There’s definitely a lot more love out there than hate.”

Ethel Cain hits out at fans’ behaviour at gigs, says they shouldn’t have to “fight for their life just to hear some music” - www.nme.com - Britain - London - USA - Ireland - county Camden - county Storey
nme.com
11.06.2024 / 12:17

Ethel Cain hits out at fans’ behaviour at gigs, says they shouldn’t have to “fight for their life just to hear some music”

Ethel Cain has criticised the behaviour of some fans at her live shows, saying that they shouldn’t have to “fight for their life just to hear some music”.The US singer-songwriter wrapped up the UK and European leg of her 2024 ‘Childish Behaviour’ tour with a performance at The Roundhouse in Camden Town, London last night (June 10).She is also scheduled to support Mitski at All Points East in the capital and make an appearance at Electric Picnic in Ireland this summer.Ahead of yesterday’s London concert, Cain shared a statement on her Instagram Stories in which she reminded ticketholders of gig etiquette and how to treat one another in the audience.“Hi all! Just wanted to reiterate before tonight’s show in London that it is extremely important to me that you all respect each other both in the queue and once in the venue,” the musician began.“I very much hate hearing that anyone attending our shows walked away with a negative experience because of bad behaviour in the pit. Barrelling to the front, slapping people’s hands away when I reach for them, verbally insulting people, it’s all just not very nice.”Cain continued: “I come and I play these songs because I love them and I would hope the reason you’re coming is because you love them also.

Ryan Reynolds Brought His Mom to The View Because She Wanted to Go to The View - www.glamour.com - New York - city Vancouver
glamour.com
10.06.2024 / 21:47

Ryan Reynolds Brought His Mom to The View Because She Wanted to Go to The View

To-may-to, to-mah-to. and his mom, Tammy Reynolds, popped up in the audience at a recent taping of the current events chat show The View, and there was a simple explanation behind their appearance: Tammy loves The View.“Just out of curiosity, because this isn’t a thing that happens often…how come?” cohost Whoopi Goldberg asked the actor, who sported a fun cowboy sweater (and, yes, had a microphone on, as did his mom—they knew they'd be asked). Reynolds explained that his mom, who lives in Vancouver, was in New York to visit her grandkids (, which you already knew).This content can also be viewed on the site it from.“Yesterday she said, ‘It’s my dream to go to The View,’” Reynolds recalled, before joking about his mom being abusive: “First off, I try to do what she says because you don’t know what she’s capable of.

Ryan Reynolds attends ‘The View’ taping with his mom: She’s ‘here visiting her grandkids’ - nypost.com
nypost.com
10.06.2024 / 20:47

Ryan Reynolds attends ‘The View’ taping with his mom: She’s ‘here visiting her grandkids’

she said, as the camera panned to the studio audience, where Reynolds waved from. “Just out of curiosity … how come?” Goldberg asked him. It seemed like it was a promo stunt for “Deadpool & Wolverine,” but Reynolds really was just there because his mom is a fan, he explained.

Meghan McCain accuses Jennifer Lopez of being ‘deeply unpleasant’ on ‘The View’ - nypost.com
nypost.com
09.06.2024 / 13:59

Meghan McCain accuses Jennifer Lopez of being ‘deeply unpleasant’ on ‘The View’

“Citizen McCain.”“I, too, share similar negative stories that the entire world does,” said McCain. “I feel bad because we’re turning a point where there’s bullying happening to J.Lo. She just is a deeply unpleasant person.”McCain said that Lopez exhibited diva behavior when the singer appeared on “The View,” which McCain co-hosted from 2017 to 2021.“She had the biggest entourage I’ve ever seen,” McCain remembered.

Michael Angarano and Michael Cera on Fatherhood, Casting Kristen Stewart and Making the Buddy Comedy ‘Sacramento’ - variety.com - Los Angeles - California - Atlanta - city Sacramento - Athens
variety.com
08.06.2024 / 15:51

Michael Angarano and Michael Cera on Fatherhood, Casting Kristen Stewart and Making the Buddy Comedy ‘Sacramento’

Brent Lang Executive Editor When Michael Angarano was trying to get “Sacramento,” his indie buddy comedy about two friends who go on a road trip to a certain state capital off the ground, the question he’d get was always the same. Does it really need to be set in Sacramento? “At one point we were ready to shoot the movie in Atlanta — we had the financing and everything,” remembers Angarano, who directed the film, as well as co-wrote it. “And this was for a movie called ‘Sacramento.’ But it’s like why try to cheat it? Maybe, we should we just call it ‘Athens’ or ‘Savannah’?” And even though Angarano and his co-writer Chris Smith weren’t that familiar with the city that inspired their film, its appearance on a highway sign, informing them of the California city’s distance from Los Angeles, was foundational.

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