Let’s call a spade a spade: 2016 sucks. It was a veritable pile of garbage for everyone, so at the very least it was an equal opportunity year. No one was left out of the bulls–t. See what we did there finding the positive?
But anyways, it’s time to look forward into 2017. It has to be a good year, solely because there is nowhere to go but up. That being said, we do have high hopes for what the next twelve months will bring. It’s going to start off with a bang thanks to the stellar lineup of award … read more
A Monster Calls is deeply cathartic, the kind of film that leaves you mesmerized and gutted at the same time. It’s emotionally explosive with a strikingly simple plot: A young boy uses fantasy to reckon with the unbearable tragedy of losing his dying mother. Tenderly directed by J.A. Bayona and based on the award-winning novel by Patrick Ness (who also wrote the screenplay), A Monster Calls follows 13-year-old Conor O’Malley (newcomer Lewis MacDougall) as his world starts to fall apart. Increasingly … read more
Silence may be a very serious movie, but that doesn’t mean Andrew Garfield can’t have some fun while promoting the Martin Scorsese-directed drama.
Just watch the video above to see how things started went when I sat down with Garfield this weekend to discuss his starring role in the movie as one of two 17th century Jesuit priests (Adam Driver is the other) who travel to Japan to look for their mentor (Liam Neeson).
Let’s just say that Garfield and I had a nice case of he giggles. Watch the video … read more
In J.A. Bayona’s emotionally explosive A Monster Calls, a young boy uses fantasy to reckon with the unbearable tragedy of losing his mother. As Conor O’Malley (newcomer Lewis MacDougall) grows increasingly conflicted with the world around him, he begins to disappear into a realm where a large yew tree monster (voiced by Liam Neeson) helps him come to terms with the madness of his reality through a series of three stories. In this exclusive clip from the film, the Monster and Conor wreak havoc on … read more
The holidays have arrived! In no time at all Hollywood will be rolling out the red carpet for the cavalcade of awards shows that come to town early every year. So we took the liberty of rounding up some of the most-talked-about films in theaters and arriving soon!
Moonlight A boy’s formative years play out in three chapters during America’s notorious “War on Drugs era. He must struggle to survive his troubled home life and come to terms with his sexuality.
The film stars: Trevante Rhodes, … read more
I keep forgetting that Adam Driver is in Martin Scorsese’s Silence. That’s why Driver covers the new issue of Interview Mag, he’s promoting Scorsese’s Jesuit-priest passion project, which also stars Andrew Garfield and Liam Neeson. The trailer came out last week and I honestly couldn’t even work up the energy to watch it at the time. So let’s watch it together? Here goes. Okay, so there you go. I’m sure people will “love” the film the same way they “loved” that DiCaprio bear-rape … read more
Last week, Drake dropped the video for a new song with 21 Savage called “Sneakin’,” and ultimately morphed into Wes Bentley in American Beauty as he screened footage of that godforsaken plastic bag. I can see it now:
Drake: “Sometimes there’s so much beauty in this world, I feel like I can’t take it.”
Pizza delivery guy: “That is really super cool, man, but your total is $16.50 and I gotta go.”
Because I’ll be honest: “Sneakin’” does a phenomenal job of capturing the magic … read more
With awards season just around the corner, the television nominations for 2016 Critics’ Choice Awards have been announced.
For the 22nd annual ceremony, HBO leads with a whopping 22 nods, while ABC and Netflix trails with 15 nominations each. However, FX’s The People v. O.J. Simpson is the show with the most nods, garnering six nominations including Best Movie Made for Television or Limited Series, Best Actress in a Movie Made for Television or Limited Series for Sarah Paulson, and Best Actor … read more
Talk about must-see TV!
The 2016 Critics’ Choice Awards announced which actors and programs received nominations in the television categories Monday. FX’s The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story leads the pack with six nominations, followed by HBO’s Game of Thrones, AMC’s The Night Manager and Netflix’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt with five nominations each. The TV awards will be handed out in Santa Monica, Calif., on Dec. 11 at 8 p.m. during a live A&E broadcast.
The Critics’ Choice … read more
Here are some of the news stories that you may have missed today, featuring Michelle Obama, Ashley Olsen, Darren Criss and more.
Despite having a pretty rough week, Michelle Obama found some time to smile and goof around with LeBron and the rest of the Cavs on Thursday … pulling off a Mannequin Challenge at the White House! [TMZ]
Ashley Olsen is making out with an older man at a basketball game. [Lainey Gossip]
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. star, Robert Vaughn, is dead. [ComingSoon.net]
AFI lead singer … read more
She’s only just separated from her boyfriend, Stevi Ritchie.
But there was no sign of heartache for Chloe Jasmine when she partied in central London on Wednesday evening.
The X Factor reject was all smiles at the reception for London’s New Top Model final, which was held at The Director’s Lounge. Dressed to impress, the wannabe singer clearly put plenty of effort into her choice of attire for the evening.
This was a floor-length gown in semi-sheer material, which was was emblazoned with red silk … read more
You can’t celebrate in style without throwing a good party! To ring in the home entertainment release of The Shallows starring actress-slash-domestic goddess Blake Lively, we here at Celebuzz are giving away party kit filled with goodies for the perfect viewing bash.
Aside from a Blu-ray copy of the survival thriller, one reader will take home a prize bundle featuring a margarita blender, a drink recipe book, a cozy blanket and tons of tropical decorations … read more
They embarked on a wedding blessing ceremony in July to prove their love was ‘real and genuine’.
However it seems Chloe-Jasmine Whichello and Stevi Ritchie were simply not meant to be, after it was announced the pair had split on Monday.
According to The Sun, the X Factor stars came to their tragic end when the blonde model, 25, failed to turn up to her man’s 36th birthday celebrations. An insider told the publication: ‘He was absolutely devastated when she stood him up on his birthday even though … read more
Aging. It’s what’s for breakfast, lunch and dinner for man, woman and beast.
No one who’s alive isn’t doing it. It’s one of the great unifiers that makes us all, at our core, the same.
Perhaps because it’s what we all have in common that we tend to talk about it so much—and once you’ve passed, say, 21 (because at one point the government decided that legal drinking is ev-ry-thiiiiing), rarely does the conversation touch upon how great it is to grow another year older. Even though, as George Clooney … read more
If you had to pick someone to play Meryl Streep in a biopic, who would it be? According to Meryl, there is no contest – it should be Amy Schumer. During her promotional interview for Florence Foster Jenkins, Huffington Post reporter, Matthew Jacobs, tried to shake things up from the usual ten-question interview by playing a game with Meryl. The game was for Meryl to name a former co-star for a series of obscure tasks. Among the questions was who could chase off a bear (Liam Neeson), who could … read more