Source: MyFox 8 WGHO
ASHEVILLE, N.C. — A movie based on a real-life Charlotte robbery will be filming in downtown Asheville next week.
The Asheville Citizen-Times reported that some driving scenes are expected to be filmed on downtown streets July 30.
Street closings will begin July 29.
Owen Wilson and Kristen Wiig have been in the area since shooting began July 7 for the “Untitled Armored Car Project.”
The first scenes were shot in Swannanoa, before the c ...
Full article at: MyFox 8 WGHO
3 days ago, 7:27am CDT
Brett Malec / E! Online:
NEWS/ Kris Jenner Poses Topless With Khloé, Kourtney and Kim Kardashian in Sexy Family Photo: See the Pic! — As Kristen Wiig would say, “Four sisters!” — Kris Jenner took to Instagram today to share a throwback photo of herself swimming supposedly topless with her three daughters Kim Kardashian …
Full article at: wesmirch
3 days ago, 1:45am CDT
Source: Just Jared
Justin Theroux shows off his personalized name ring for a feature in Elle magazine’s August 2014 issue (with Kristen Wiig on the cover)!
Here’s what the 42-year-old actor had to share with the mag:
On his relationship with fiancee Jennifer Aniston: “My life changed a lot. More people are like, ‘Hey, man!’ And I don’t think that’s from my role in John Adams. But it only changed as much as I engaged with it, and I learned v ...
Full article at: Just Jared
4 days ago, 6:15pm CDT
Source: Today MSNBC
In this episode of TODAY’s “Orange Room Roulette,” the actress answers Kristen Wiig’s question about whether computers will one day take over the worl ...
Full article at: Today MSNBC
4 days ago, 2:45pm CDT
Source: I'm Not Obsessed
So who is Justin Theroux, besides being Jennifer Aniston’s fiance? You can get to know a little more about the actor and screenwriter in the August issue of ELLE. Justin opened up about starring in HBO’s new drama, ‘The Leftovers,’ his views on political correctness, and his issues with the celebrity press. RELATED: Kristen Wiig covers the August issue of ELLE.
Here’s an excerpt of Justin’s interview with ELLE:
My life changed a lot,” he says with a shrug, regardi ...
Full article at: I'm Not Obsessed
4 days ago, 11:00am CDT
Source: The Rumpus
Coming off the holiday weekend, the trusted dispensary of short fiction, Joyland, published “The History of Hanging Out“ by Kevin Mandel. Mandel’s story lives up to its title, encapsulating the bundled, sparking energies of a group of young creators. If you’ve ever started a band or a literary magazine, you’ll recognize yourself and your gang in this story. Through frenzied, driving sentences (that are best when read aloud), the story spin ...
Full article at: The Rumpus
Jul 11 2014, 3:00pm CDT
It's that time of year again!
Time to recognize the best, the funniest and the drama-rama-rific peeps on TV! They make you laugh, they make you cry, they make you stay up night's obsessing over cliffhangers and unexpected twists!
No shame! Everyone you know is way more invested in a TV show then they ought to be!
And now, for one night, the biggest stars of all the best shows will come together -- for the E ...
Full article at: PerezHilton
Jul 10 2014, 8:10am CDT
Source: slash film
2013-2014 has been such a strong year in television, you could easily double the number of Emmy nominees in some categories and still wind up snubbing some worthy contenders. But tough choices must be made, and this morning Mindy Kaling and Carson Daly got up early to reveal which Emmy hopefuls made the cut. Get the 2014 Emmy nominations after the jump.
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series:
Bryan Cranston, The Big ...
Full article at: slash film
Jul 10 2014, 8:00am CDT
Source: movie fanatic
When you think about it, Melissa McCarthy is the true breakout star of Bridesmaids. The film announced to the world the talents of its star, Kristen Wiig, but it is McCarthy who has gone on to TV fame with Mike and Molly and headline films such as Identity Thief and even scored a scene-stealing role in The Hangover III.
Now, she's got a movie in Tammy that has her playing the title character, ...
Full article at: movie fanatic
Jul 2 2014, 9:00am CDT
Source: Hoops Manifesto
Netflix is usually the place where the bored and relaxed go to indulge in their usual comforts. A season of a TV show you liked five years ago here, a movie starring your favorite actor there. You don’t necessarily see people leave their typical likes and dislikes.
Why not use Netflix to try and discover new movies and shows that you’d never find in your “Because you watched…” folders and take a look at some of the truly weir ...
Full article at: Hoops Manifesto
Jul 1 2014, 12:00pm CDT