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8Sep
2011
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Marion Cottilard Talks “Contagion” With Jimmy Fallon

Marion Cotillard was on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon talking about her new movie "Contagion" and the amazing cast.

Matt Damon, Gweneth Paltrow, Kate Winslet, Jude Law, and Laurence Fishburne  all star in this blockbuster movie. Cotillard talks about how she would love to work with them...although she is in a movie with them....she wasn't exactly with them. Interesting.

Check out the lovely Marion Cotillard on Fallon.-DocFB

Diagnosis: Infectious....

12Aug
2009
3

Video: The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus Trailer

Here is The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus Trailer, the movie Heath Ledger was filming before he died and the one where other actors filled in for him to complete the movie.

The actors include Johnny Depp, Colin Farrell and Jude Law. The movie was directed by David Gilliam. It looks trippy and cool!  What do you think?-Dr.FB

3Aug
2009
0

Video: Meet The Winner Of The Jude Law Baby Contest!


Meet Samantha Burke, the woman carrying Jude Law's new baby.  She spoke to a crowd gathered around her house along with a statement being read about her and then asked the press to respect her privacy.

Good luck with that happening Samantha. Congrats nonetheless winning Jude Law Is my baby daddy contest though.-Dr.FB

10Feb
2009
4

Bear Essentials at Berlinale

Berlinale Logo

 

Berlinale Logo

Berlinale Logo

The 59th Berlinale Film Festival is underway.  Below are some of the stars and films that made their way to Berlin this year to take part in Europe’s second biggest and most important film festival after Cannes. 

 

Woody Harrelson, 59th Berlinale/© Reuters

Woody Harrelson, 59th Berlinale/© Reuters

Woody Harrelson was in Berlin for his film The Messenger. Harrelson and co-star Ben Foster play army officers whose duties are to inform the families of soldiers killed in action. Of the experience of working on the film, Harrelson says, "I've been an outspoken peace activist for good reason. But what was missing from my own philosophy was a real understanding of what these soldiers go through. The time we spent with them working on the film left me with profound respect and compassion for these people who are going to Iraq and Afghanistan." The film is in the running at Berlinale for the Golden Bear award.

 

Rupert Grint, 59th Berlinale

Rupert Grint, 59th Berlinale

 Adorable Rupert Grint attended the premiere of Cherrybomb at Berlinale. The Harry Potter star temporarily removes his wizard robes (literally--check the film still below with co-star Kimberley Nixon) to play the part of a rebellious Belfast teen in the gritty drama about a summer of hard-partying and juvenile delinquency that goes fatally awry . Cherrybomb also stars Robert Sheehan and James Nesbitt. 

 

Rupert Grint, Kimberley Nixon in Cherrybomb

Rupert Grint, Kimberley Nixon in Cherrybomb

 

Speaking of Potter, Sally Potter (no relation) wrote and directed Rage, a murder mystery and dark comedy set in the New York fashion world. Leggy Lily Cole, who plays a model named Lettuce Leaf, was at the festival for the premiere. 

 

Lily Cole, 59th Berlinale

Lily Cole, 59th Berlinale

Rage also stars Judi Dench and Jude Law. Law, almost unrecognizable in the Rage still below, plays a cross-dressing model named Minx.

 

Jude Law in Rage/© Adventure Pictures Ltd.

Jude Law in Rage/© Adventure Pictures Ltd.

 

Leonardo DiCaprio received the International Green Film Award during the Cinema for Peace gala at the festival for his film The 11th Hour.

 

Leonardo DiCaprio, 59th Berlinale/Reuters

Leonardo DiCaprio, 59th Berlinale/Reuters

 DiCaprio co-wrote with Nadia Conners, co-produced and narrated the documentary about the environmental crisis facing the planet and the steps necessary to halt and reverse the destructive effects of global warming, pollution, and other global dangers.

 

Leonardo DiCaprio, The 11th Hour

Leonardo DiCaprio, The 11th Hour

 

 

Ralph Fiennes and Oscar-contender Kate Winslet (looking gorgeous as always) were on hand at Berlinale for a screening of their critically-acclaimed film The Reader. 

 

Ralph Fiennes, Kate Winslet, 59th Berlinale/Reuters

Ralph Fiennes, Kate Winslet, 59th Berlinale/Reuters

 

Her role as a German woman with a dark past in Nazi Germany has earned Winslet her sixth Academy Award nomination.

 

Kate Winslet, David Kross in The Reader

Kate Winslet, David Kross in The Reader

3Feb
2009
5

“Iron Man” Robert Downey Jr. on Oscar ‘Irony’

Robert Downey Jr.

Robert Downey Jr.

Robert Downey Jr. spoke with USA Today about his Best Supporting Actor nomination for his role in Tropic Thunder as Oscar-obsessed actor Kirk Lazarus. "It's so funny to me that the role is a guy who is an Oscar-seeking moron. His whole motivation is Oscars," he says, "Irony is synonymous with pretty much everything that is going on."

Jude Law, Robert Downey Jr., Rachel McAdams/ Alex Bailey, Warner Bros. Pictures

Jude Law, Robert Downey Jr., Rachel McAdams/ Alex Bailey, Warner Bros. Pictures

Downey is on the set in New York wrapping up shooting the big-screen adaptation of Sherlock Holmes, set to hit theatres this November. The film also stars Jude Law as Watson and Rachel McAdams as Irene Adler.

For more, including Robert's thoughts on his changing fortunes throughout his career, see here.