In the opening moments of the trailer of "Movie 43" you already know it is going to be one of those kind of movies with Terrance Howard stating "You are going to whoop those Caucasians" to his basketball team.
With a cast like Emma Stone, Halle Berry, Kate Winslet, Hugh Jackman, and Gerard Butler, you would not think it would be that kind of movie, but it is.
Check out the trailer above and share your thoughts.-DocFB
The first official image of Hugh Jackman in the "Wolverine" movie has been released. Hugh has played Wolverine in the successful X-Men movies before.
The movie is set for release on July 26th, 2013 and features Hugh flexing as "Wolverine" claws and all. The movie takes place in Japan when Wolverine encounters a stranger from the past. Uh-Oh.
The movie is directed by James Mangold and also stars Will Yun Lee, Khodchenkova, Hiroyuki Sanada, Hal Yamanouchi, Tao Okamoto, Rila Fukushima and Brian Tee.
We are looking forward to this super-hero movie for sure.-DocFB
When you look at Catherine Zeta-Jones, it's like the new Sade song just starts playing. She has that kind of beauty.
Catherine Zeta-Jones is starring in a new musical "A Little Night Music" with Angela Lansbury and Alexander Hanson. We heard she was fantastic and attended the after party with her husband Michael Douglas. Also attending was Donald and Melanie Trump, Hugh Jackman & Kathleen Turner.
Ok, seriously, you guys are hearing Sade in the background, right? It's not just me, is it? Drat.-Dr.FB
Here is Hugh Jackman vacationing in St. Bart's over the weekend.
For your pleasure....and then some.-Dr.FB
Our friend G at according2g took this photo of Hugh Jackman and sent it to us to share with you.
He just say the play "A Steady Rain" and even did a a review of it so if you would like to read it, please go here and support him.-Dr.FB
Hugh Jackman, while promoting X-Men Origins: Wolverine in Rome, Italy, had a little fun with the photographers and fans following him.
We were told by onlookers that he was extremely friendly with the crowd and cracking jokes. His playfulness allowed this photograph to be taken and show what it's like in a crowd of cameras.
Who really wants that attention all the time? What do you guys think?-Dr.FB
Will be updated thru the night.
So far, the tux has returned for men and not going too far off from the classic look. The off white for the ladies was very popular this year.....
Winners list....so far.
Best Supporting Actress: Penelope Cruz "Vicky Christina Barcelona" Yes!
Best Original Screenplay: Milk by Dustin Lance Black
Best Adapted Screenplay: Simon Beaufoy for SlumDog Millionaire
Best Animated Film: Wall-E -Andrew Stanton
Best Animated Short Film: La Maison En Petits Cubes -Kunio Kato
Best Art Direction & Set Direction: The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button - Donald Graham Burt & Victor J. Zolfo
Best Costume Design: The Duchess - Michael O'Connor
Best Make-Up Artist: The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button - Craig Cannom
Best Cinematography:- Anthony Dod Mantle-Slumdog Millionaire
(Side note: Ben Stiller stole the show so far by pretending to be Jo. Pho)
(Great Comedic break by James Franco & Seth Rogan)
Best Live Action Short Film: Spielzeugland (Toyland) Jochen Alexander Freydank
Best Original Score: Slumdog Millionare
(The music medley with Hugh Jackman, Beyonce, Zax Efron, Vanessa Hudgens & the Mama Mia cast was pretty good. Done by Baz Luhrmann. No wonder. Uh-oh. Beyonce covered "At Last" again.)
Best Supporting Actor: -Heath Ledger- The Dark Knight YES!!!!!!
Best Documentary: Man On Wire
Best Documentary Short: Smile Pinki
Best Visual Effects: The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button
Best Sound Editing: The Dark Knight
Best Sound Mixing; Slumdog Millionaire
Best Film Editing: Slumdog Millionaire
Jean Hershaw Award: Jerry Lewis
Best Original Song: Slumdog Millionaire
Best Foreign Language Film: Departures
Best Director: Danny Boyle Slumdog Millionaire
Best Actress: Kate Winslett YES!
Best Actor: Sean Penn
Best Picture: Slumdog Millionare
Also, please share your thoughts as the show goes on. Thank you.-Dr.FB