The actor donated his salary from his reshoots to the initiative Legal Defense Fund.
Mark Wahlberg refused to approve the casting of Christopher Plummer in All The Money In The World unless he was paid more than $1 million for the movie's reshoots, according to reports.
Williams reportedly made just $80 a day compared to Wahlberg who earned millions to reshoot the movie with Christopher Plummer.
The 2018 Golden Globes is all about the women — and they are definitely taking this opportunity to make a big statement…
Watch any musical number in “The Greatest Showman” by itself and you’ll find it magnificently executed. This musical drama is inspired by the life of P. T. Barnum and how the Barnum & Bailey Circus was created.
Jackman stars as famed circus ringmaster PT Barnum in an all-new big screen musical, arriving January 2018.
It may be winter in the real world, but in the fashion world, we are already moving on to spring and summer! And there’s no better way to get a sneak peak into what our wardrobe will be when the weather gets warmer than looking at the latest ad campaigns, in which actresses and models collide. Lauren Hutton graces the latest campaign for Bottega Veneta, looking every inch the iconic supermodel/actress whilst carrying the brand's newest bag called the City Knot. Michelle Williams and Jennifer Connelly front the latest Louis Vuitton Series 6 campaign, while Chloë Sevigny is in J.W.Anderson and Vittoria Ceretti is the model of the moment.
EXCLUSIVE: Michelle Williams, just nominated for a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her turn as the distraught mother in Manchester By The Sea , is in talks to star in what will become Jonah Hill’s directorial debut Mid-90s. The film, about a boy coming of age in Los Angeles in the mid-1990s as he finds his life lessons through his skateboarding buddies, will be produced by Scott Rudin ( Fences ) and Eli Bush ( Ex Machina , The Grand Budapest Hotel ) with Ken Kao ( Knight Of Cup…
Kate Hudson’s celebrity crush is Jeff Bridges. The Jeff Bridges fan club just gained another famous member, as Kate Hudson recently revealed she’s quite fond of the 67-year-old Oscar winner. Unfortunately for Kate, she’s got a lot of competition — you know, aside from his wife of nearly 40 years, Susan Geston.
Michelle Williams attends the premiere of “Manchester by the Sea” in Los Angeles. Michelle Williams knows a little something about grief. Perhaps that’s why her performance in Manchester by the Sea is already generating Oscar buzz.
Kenneth Lonergan’s new drama, Manchester by the Sea, is an emotionally devastating and powerful film about family, loss, and forgiveness. Imagine then how the subject matter affected the cast, which spent weeks filming Manchester. “It was painful,” Casey Affleck told Yahoo Movies (watch above).
Judging by the clip above, exclusive to Yahoo Movies, Lee (Casey Affleck) and Randi (Michelle Williams) are your average blue-collar married couple. She gives him grief for too much boozing on his daytime boat trip, he gets frustrated when she passes up her beer-bellied husband’s attempt at luring her into bed.
When it comes to red carpet dressing, Cate Blanchett loves to take risks—something she made all the more clear on the press junket circuit while promoting her latest film, Truth. At a recent screening in Los Angeles, the Oscar-winning Aussie chose a white knit Proenza Schouler dress with a high neck and bare shoulders, fresh off the New York runway—paired with crisscrossed Louboutin pumps, an easy updo, and glowing makeup. But she wasn’t the only star with an eye for Proenza this week: Fargo’s leading lady, Kirsten Dunst, showed up to the Season 2 premiere of the hit FX show wearing a sleeveless, olive green leather dress with ruffled hem, also by the label. From Zendaya’s sleek, minimalist Elizabeth and James dress to Lily-Rose Depp’s shoulder-baring, technicolor Chanel top, here are the rest of this week’s best dressed.
Hurrah, the final day of Fashion Month is here! And what better way to go out with a bang than the Louis Vuitton show, one of the most influential collections of every season. On this sunny Wednesday morning, artistic director Nicolas Ghesquière filled the Frank Gehry-designed Louis Vuitton Foundation with 32 tons of high definition screens — making you feel as though you were inside a video game, or as the designer referenced it, “a multi-dimensional digital canvas for a fantasy world.” They projected images of owls, digital motifs, and as the show started, a man talking in a robotic tone about unleashing the potential of your imagination. It was a trippy start (especially sans coffee), although there was nothing virtual about the impressive front row that included Catherine Deneuve, Grimes, Michelle Williams, Alicia Vikander, Kelela, Adèle Exarchopoulos and many more.