The following article is provided by Rolling Stone.
When Jack Black was a first-grader, he loved “The Six Million Dollar Man” so much he tried to convince other kids that he was bionic: “I’d go to school with these wires poking out of my sleeves,” he says. Black is at a brunch spot in Los Angeles. He’s wearing a T-shirt with a chaotic magic-marker whorl on its chest, courtesy of his youngest son, Tommy, and he’s recalling the origins of his own chaotic creativity: how he first got … read more

The new movie trailer for the upcoming action flick Everest is finally here.
The just-released clip features Jake Gyllenhaal, Jason Clarke, Josh Brolin and their crew of mountain climbers taking on the most difficult adventure ever: ascending the highest peak in the whole world.
“You my friends are following in the very footsteps of history, something beyond the power of words to describe,” Clarke says in the video clip. “Human beings simply aren’t built to function at the cruising altitude of a … read more

James Marsden enjoy the festivities during the Splatoon at the Splatoon Mess Fest event at the Santa Monica Pier in California on May 15, 2015. Splatoon is available exclusively for Wii U on May 29. Actor Nolan Gould and singer/model Alli Simpson attend Celebrity Nintendo Splatoon Mess Fest on May 15, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. Splatoon is available exclusively for Wii U on May 29. Alli Simpson attends Celebrity Nintendo Splatoon Mess Fest on May 15, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. Splatoon … read more

Daniel Duran has made a name for himself directing music videos for some the world’s biggest Latin stars. Now, the 35-year-old Venezuelan-born director has combined his passion for music with a dramatic script for his first feature film, “Bravetown.”
Duran’s directorial debut focuses on 17-year-old New York City teen Josh Harvest (Lucas Till, “X-Men: First Class”), who is a troubled but talented DJ sent to spend time with his estranged father (Josh Duhamel) after an accidental drug overdose. … read more

After getting up close and personal with James Marsden, Jack Black might never go back. Black, a happily married man, told us his complicated bromance with Marsden in “The D Train” was interesting on several levels. “It pushes the envelope as far as bisexuality in comedy,” he told us at the Cinema Society and Banana Boat-sponsored screening of the film. “I mean you see it dealt with in some comedies, but it’s always the joke is the homophobia. It’s just sort of juvenile, and then it’s … read more

After the breakout success of 2011’s Bridesmaids, it seemed like Kristen Wiig could write her own ticket. Not only had she co-written and starred in the year’s most successful and beloved comedy, but the film was heralded as incontrovertible proof that not only were women funny(!), but that female-led comedies didn’t have to be “chick flicks”, could attract a diverse audience (meaning men) and ultimately be box office hits. At the center of all of this was Wiig, and with the known commodity of her … read more

Since that train first fell in love with that tunnel, movies have been all about the romantic comedy. And the genre moves in waves, with one style dominating the genre for a few decades. There were the classic Nora Ephron and Ephron-esque movies of the ’80s and early ’90s (“Sleepless in Seattle,” “While You Were Sleeping” and the ilk) followed by the teen era of the ’90s and aughts (think “Drive Me Crazy” and “10 Things I Hate About You”) interspersed with gems from what we’ll … read more

It’s officially February, which only means one thing: Valentine’s Day is right around the corner! In fact, it’s less than two weeks away, and — try not to freak out — that means you’re already cutting it close when it comes to getting something together for your significant other. Now, we can’t really help you in terms of making reservations or planning a date, but we can give you a little inspiration when it comes to finding gifts for that special person in your life. There are a couple ways … read more

What am I going to do with you, Sundance? For weeks, I studied your intricate grid schedule and carefully plotted out my day of screenings based on which films would get the most buzz. A post-apocalyptic love triangle featuring Margot Robbie, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Chris Pine? Oh yeah, I need to be there. Ryan Reynolds as a slippery gambler? Obviously, a must. So I schlep over to a theater, settle into my perfectly unobstructed aisle seat and watch . . . mediocrity. More disheartening, I immediately … read more

The Sundance Film Festival is happening right now, and Park City, Utah was party central for celebrities this weekend! There were plenty of celeb filled parties Friday and Saturday night, so check out all of the hottest stars including Gina Rodriguez, Chris Pine, Nikki Reed, James Marsden, Hailee Steinfeld, Brody Jenner, and so many more! Kellan Lutz and Zoe Kravitz danced the night away Elyx presents TAO Nightclub, joined also by Zachary Quinto. The Hollywood Reporter and HFPA co-hosted a Next … read more

Watch out, Hollywood: the Golden Globes are airing on Sunday and no one is safe from the Fashion Police—at least, according to Brad Goreski.  “I’m so excited to be starting on Fashion Police and to be joining Giuliana [Rancic] and Kelly [Osbourne] and of course Kathy Griffin,” the celebrity stylist and fashion expert told E! News on Friday (be sure to watch the interview tonight!) when he stopped by the studio to promote the upcoming season of Fashion Police, which airs on Monday, January 12, … read more

Ever the breathtaking beauty, Kate Mara flaunts her unique appeal in a new photo spread for Yahoo! Style. Joined by the devastatingly handsome James Marsden, the “House of Cards” stunner poses in a series of black-and-white images in various settings and ensembles. In her interview, Kate discusses what it felt like to be killed off from her hit Netflix series- “Finally, I didn’t have to keep lying. For six months last year, every time anyone asked me about work, I gave the impression that … read more

Katherine Heigl has had her highs and lows in the industry. While she’s won over plenty of fans for her work in Grey’s Anatomy and big screen movies like Knocked Up, the actress has also faced reports that she can be a bit difficult behind the scenes. Need an example? Grey’s creator Shonda Rhimes recently blasted the 35-year-old when she described her “no a–holes” policy. “There are no Heigls in this situation…I don’t put up with bulls–t or nasty people. I don’t have time for it.” In a recent … read more

The first rule of “Fight Club” is: You do not talk about “Fight Club.” The second rule of “Fight Club” is: You do not talk about “Fight Club.” The third rule of “Fight Club” is: Hey, maybe we make an exception for the 15th anniversary? With that in mind, HuffPost Entertainment is happy to take a look back at the film’s Los Angeles premiere on Oct. 6, 1999. Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston were there together, as were most of Aniston’s friends from “Friends”; everyone wore a leather jacket, but James … read more

Celebrities are on the move! Just when one superstar moves out of Hollywood Hills, another moves in! Interested in taking a peek at some of your favorite star’s properties? Thanks to our friends at Trulia, we have all of the intriguing details about this week’s grandiose real estate deals. Check out the galleries below to see all of the information on these eye-catching celeb digs! Actor James Marsden just bought a $1.8 million dollar mansion located in a private Hollywood Hills neighborhood. The … read more