Lucas Becomes A Part Of Sarandon/Robbins Family

Awww I think this is just sooo cute !!! I love Susan !!!

Movie star Josh Lucas feels like a member of Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins’ family after shooting back-to-back films with the couple and their kids.

The actor worked with Sarandon on new movie Peacock and she suggested he star in her partner’s new film Possible Side Effects.

Lucas says, “It’s about a pharmaceutical family and Tim and Susan’s kids are in the film. Eva (Amurri) plays my daughter and Miles (Robbins) plays my son.

“It was kind of odd because we really looked like a family.”

News: McConaughey’s Animal Fantasies

I would bet a lot of people fantasize about Matthew !!!

Matthew McConaughey has an unusual pastime – the actor fantasises surviving in the wilderness when he wants to entertain himself.

The Wedding Planner star has a passion for exotic travel and admits he frequently imagines himself fending off attacks by dangerous beasts on his journeys, armed only with a knife to defend himself.

He says, “I travel a lot in some wild places. I’m always thinking, ‘What if I came across a grizzly bear? What is by best chance of survival? What if a gator (alligator) gets me?'”

But McConaughey has yet to test out any of his wild theories of escape – and the actor hopes to keep it that way.

He adds, “I don’t know if they’d (my theories) work at all. I’m not sure what I want to do with the gator. With the grizzly bear I’ve got a better idea… I hope it doesn’t happen.”

Field of Dreams (1989) Review

Build it and he will come

Ray Kinsella is a corn farmer and when he hears voices, he sees this as a chance to build a baseball diamond in his fields. As he does this more strange things begin to happen as the 1919 Chicago White Sox team comes, one of those men being his father.


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Labeouf: ‘I Should Never Have Been Driving On Crash Night’

I think its very strange but also big of Shia to admit that he should not have been driving the night of his crash. Its also quite sad that a 22 year old is in AA.

Shia Labeouf has confessed he should never have been behind the wheel of a vehicle the night he crashed his truck in Hollywood last September.

The Transformers star was never charged with drink driving after the accident, even though police suspended his license, claiming the actor had failed to co-operate with them directly after the crash – but he’s coming clean in a new Playboy magazine interview.

Labeouf, 22, says, “I had a whiskey and three beers. I’m not going to start speaking on law stuff now and corner myself, but the fact that I ever got into the car was a mistake.”

The star is preparing for his third surgery on his shattered hand, which was badly damaged when he flipped his truck after colliding with another car – and he admits the headline-grabbing smash was a huge wake-up call.

He adds, “I’m in AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) now, too. I’ve had drinks, but it has been a levelling-out process. Am I an alcoholic? I may not be. I don’t know. But I also know that, in the situation I’m in, with temptations what they are, I have no room for alcohol in my life.”

Foxx Wants To Make Tyson Biopic

I think this would be a very good idea !!!

Oscar winner Jamie Foxx wants to bring Mike Tyson’s life story to the big screen and play the fallen boxing champ in a new biopic.

The actor won critical acclaim for his portrayal of soul legend Ray Charles in 2004’s Ray, but he admits there’s one other person he’s desperate to portray in a movie.

He says, “I think I would have to play Mike Tyson. I’ve talked to Mike several times and his story is the most tragic American story… Mike’s story is about what America and the world is about today.

“Coming up at 18 years old and getting his $60 million and not teaching him what taxes are about, about vultures, about people who will never be real with you as long as you have the money.

And Foxx reveals he’s already set the wheels in motion to make his dream become a reality: “I’m working on securing the rights to the movie.”

Tyson became the Undisputed Heavyweight Champion at the age of 21 when he secured the World Boxing Council, the World Boxing Association, and the International Boxing Federation’s world heavyweight titles – going down in history as the youngest man to ever achieve such a feat.

He’s also the subject of an acclaimed new documentary, Tyson, about his rise and fall.

Jackman Plans Carousel Trip With Oscars Partner Hathaway

I think Hugh and Anne would make a fantastic pairing for a new version of Carousel *fingers crossed*

Hugh Jackman is trying to persuade his Oscars dancing partner Anne Hathaway to join him on the Carousel.

The Aussie star has developed a script for the beloved Rodgers and Hammerstein musical and he wants Hathaway to play Julie Jordan opposite his Billy Bigelow.

He says, “I’ve been looking to do a musical film for some time and after things like Moulin Rouge!, Chicago and Hairspray, I think there’s a real opportunity there.”

And he’s clear only Hathaway will do as his leading lady: “I’ve been filling up her answering machine with messages about Carousel.”

Hathaway, who joined Jackman for a song and dance at the Oscars, is about to embark on her own musical journey – she will star in a new theatre and film adaptation of The Wizard of Oz star Judy Garland’s life.

Johansson’s Directorial Debut Is Dumped

Awww thats a shame for Scarlett to have her first pieces of directional stuff not to make the final movie. But I am sure she will have plenty more chances in the future.

Scarlett Johansson has suffered a major blow to her dreams of becoming a director – the film segment she shot for a new movie has been cut from the final version.

The 24-year-old was among a number of stars, including fellow actress Natalie Portman, who took part in making upcoming film New York, I Love You – which is a series of love stories all shot by different directors.

But Johansson’s contribution, her directorial debut, has been edited out, with producer Emmanuel Benbihy insisting the short was too “conceptualised” to fit in with the rest of the picture.

He tells New York Post gossip column PageSix, “The story did not specifically involve an interpersonal relationship, and it was conceptualised to be filmed in black and white – both of which were extreme departures from the other films.

“Scarlett presented me with an extremely compelling, albeit unconventional, narrative that appeared as though it would not necessarily conform to the overall approach of the entire collective.

“I was very much moved by her vision (but) after months of editing I had to admit that there were editorial decisions to be made in the interest of serving the overall narrative and composition that resulted in previously filmed scenes and footage not getting used.”

News: Douglas Ended Flings For Zeta-Jones

Awwww I think thats really good that he done that for Catherine. But also that she told him, she would not allow him to stray. Love MD and Catzy ❤

Michael Douglas put an end to his womanising ways when he started dating Catherine Zeta-Jones – because the actress told him she would not tolerate infidelity.

The 64-year-old actor married Zeta-Jones, 39, in 2000 and they now have two children together.

And Douglas, who was previously wed to Diandra Luker, admits when he first began dating the Entrapment star she made him promise to become a one-woman man.

He tells America’s Parade magazine, “The night I really fell for Catherine she told me, ‘I know you’re a single guy and you’re entitled to do what you want. But if we’re going to continue this, then I just want to start with a clean deck. It’s got to be just me.'”

And Douglas was so impressed with his girlfriend’s honesty he immediately ended all of his other romances.

He adds, “I had to go upstairs and make a few phone calls to clear the decks and start fresh. But I’m not ‘fessing up to how many calls I made.”

Berry Hopes For X-men Return

I hope that Storm and other X-Men characters get there own Origins movie, like Wolverine would be sooooo cool.

Halle Berry hopes to follow in the footsteps of Hugh Jackman by reviving her X-men character for a prequel.

Jackman’s new movie X-Men Origins: Wolverine is set before the comic book trilogy and tells the life story of his superhero alter ego.

And Berry, who played weather-controlling mutant Storm in the first three films, would love to return to the franchise with her own X-Men Origins picture.

She says, “I think that would be great. Storm deserves her own movie – if I can still fit into the suit.”