Travolta's jet is designed to carry 150 people but his has been customised to carry only 15, in complete luxury.
Paramount Pictures is plotting a reboot of the face-swapping, hard-boiled action classic Face/Off, according to reports.
'The Fanatic' has been savaged by critics, and John Travolta's latest isn't exactly raking in the dollars over the Labor Day weekend.
Some are calling The Fanatic, the new movie starring John Travolta and directed by Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst, a career worst for the Pulp Fiction star.
Not one to leave an award ceremony without an embarrassing bungle of some kind, John Travolta treated fans to another peach at last night's MTV Video Music Awards.
Actress Olivia Newton-John has said that she has no interest in knowing how long she has left to live as she battles breast cancer.
Sony Pictures’ Screen Gems is developing a reboot of 1989’s “Look Who’s Talking,” an individual with knowledge of the project tells TheWrap.Jeremy Garelick will write and direct. Like Garelick’s hit film “The Wedding Ringer,” also for Screen Gems, this film will feature a diverse cast. Adam Fields will produce. Scott Strauss and Brian Dukes will oversee for Screen Gems.The story centers around a baby whose thoughts the audience can hear, voiced by none other than tough guy Bruce Willis doing a little baby talk. The infant’s commentary follows Kirstie Alley, who plays his single, career-minded mom, as she falls for the new man in her life, a cab driver played by John Travolta.Also Read: 'Look Who's Talking' Director Amy Heckerling Spills 7 Tidbits, 25 Years Later - Kirstie's Crush, Travolta's MovesThe original film was born during an era when making the choice to enter single motherhood was quite controversial, and it tackled the issue with grace and humor even before Dan Quayle called out “Murphy Brown.” The TriStar film ultimately took in over $140 million at the box office and spawned two sequels and a television series.“What excited me about doing is, I have four kids, including twins, and this is something they can watch, and share some of the experience I had with my wife,” Garelick told Deadline. “Like, figuring out how to raise these kids, with all the mistakes that happen. Add in the voices that are keyed to facial expressions, it just really seems like a fun idea. Everyone can relate to babies. The challenge is, that was a really good movie, Travolta and Kirstie Alley had great chemistry and Amy Heckerling wrote a great script. We’re in the early stages of figuring out what the story is for the modern version of the movie.”Garelick is repped by UTA.Read original story Sony Pictures’ Screen Gems to Reboot ‘Look Who’s Talking’ At TheWrap
Olivia Newton-John is putting her iconic outfit from Grease up for auction, with the proceeds going to her cancer charity.
It will explore the summer prior to Sandy Olsson turning up at Rydell High, after having met Danny Zuko at the beach and first sparking their romance.
John Travolta has revealed that it was a pal of his who finally persuaded him to ditch the toupées and shave his head.
John Travolta has been in denial for some years about the status of his hair, but now it seems he's finally embraced his baldness.
Scarlett Johansson has vehemently denied that the Church of Scientology 'auditioned' her be Tom Cruise's girlfriend.
Scientology's two leading celebrity ambassadors, Tom Cruise and John Travolta, hate each other, according to a former security guard who has now quit the controversial church.
Slumber party guests will be able to take their pick from a Grease inspired prop box, get comfy on Frenchy’s patchwork bedspread, and settle down to watch the film
Taking a leaf from Donald Trump's playbook, John Travolta has said that word that his biopic about mobster John Gotti being pulled from release is 'fake news'.
John Travolta is alleged to have groped a male masseur at a hotel in Palm Springs, California, according to a police report.
Here is the first look at John Travolta transforming into 'the Teflon Don' – legendary mobster John Gotti for the new movie 'Gotti'.
Scientology nearly robbed the world of John Travolta’s comeback, after a leading member of the religion told the actor not to star in ‘Pulp Fiction’. Pulp Fiction went on to be a huge hit financially, is regarded as one of the greatest films of the last 30 years, and earned John Travolta a Best Actor Oscar nomination.