Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston, Julia Roberts and Matthew McConaughey are all signed up for a charity table read of the classic teen movie Fast Times At Ridgemont High.
The writer of Pretty Woman dispels a number of longstanding myths around the classic romcom, and reveals it nearly starred Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer.
The writer of Harriet says a studio exec made the suggestion back in 1994.
Despite some adult themes going on, Pretty Woman, produced by Disney spin-off Touchstone Pictures, was a pretty breezy rom-com.
Read more First look at Jared Leto as Morbius, the Living VampireThere is a certain group of Hollywood stars who are giving new meaning to the phrase “growing old gracefully,” and by new meaning, we mean they never seem to grow old at all.Yep, these A-listers seem to have sold their souls for eternal youth, or have a portrait growing old in their attics because their faces are looking as young as they did 20 years ago.Don’t believe us? Here’s 20 to prove our never-aging theory.
Gerard Butler has revealed that his home in Malibu has been destroyed in the California wildfires.
Here's what we found out from Julia Roberts about her new series Homecoming during Amazon's Prime Video Presents.
Take a look at Julia Roberts first venture into television as the star of Amazon Prime's 'Homecoming.'
There are some celebrities who take themselves too seriously, others play themselves in movies.Over the years there have been some stellar cameos on the silver screen that have not only enhanced the comedy but made the cameo performer themselves look good too.Here are fifteen of the best for you to revisit.READ MOREThis NBA star is taking Hollywood20 movies to watch over the next six monthsSam Claflin on YA film genre’s demise
It’s a mark of a good actor to be able to deliver a decent performance no matter who they’re paired up against.But in some cases, their acting chops are truly tested when their co-star is someone they absolutely loathe.Over the years there have been several examples of movie couples who have hated each other in real life so Yahoo Movies has rounded up 15 of them for you to explore.READ MOREWhy the Avengers broke Joss Whedon and not the Russo BrothersJames Cameron should stop bashing comic book movies14 movies that ended Hollywood marriages
It was a Cinderella story for our times… well, the 90s. But Richard Gere doesn’t reckon that things would have turned out all that well for his ruthless businessman Edward Lewis and Julia Roberts’ call girl Vivian Ward. In an interview with Haute Living magazine, the veteran star said: “You don’t know exactly what’s going to happen with them. “They’re having a good ride right now, but who knows what’s going to happen a few months down the road.” He added: “In my own experience, life is not quite like that.” Hmm. That’s burst our bubble a bit, Richard, we have to say. ...
Julia Roberts has signed on to star in her first-ever TV series. Variety has confirmed that the Oscar-winning A-lister will star in a limited series, based on Maria Semple’s New York Times best-selling “Today Will Be Different,” which was released this fall. Semple will also pen the script for the TV adaptation of her own book. Megan... <a href="http://variety.com/2016/tv/news/julia-roberts-tv-show-today-will-be-different-annapurna-1201943644/" title="Read Julia Roberts Starring in Her First TV Series">Read more »</a><img src="http://media.zenfs.com/en_US/Entertainment/Variety/pc17#038;c26035310#038;c310000#038;cv2.0#038;cj1" class="editorial"/>
17 years after Julia Roberts hit headlines for baring her armpit hair at the ‘Notting Hill’ premiere in 1999, the ‘Pretty Woman’ star has caused a stir on the red carpet once again, this time for going shoeless. The 48-year-old actress was in Cannes for the premiere of her new film, ‘Money Monster’ directed by Jodie Foster, when she slipped her high heels off to scale a set of vertiginous steps. - Lady Gaga to Play Cilla - Clooney Slams Trump She was greeted at the top by her co-star George Clooney who seemed thrilled to see her sockless toes. Many commenters took Roberts’ actions to be a protest at last year’s Cannes Film Festival which became mired in controversy after many women were turned away from the red carpet for not wearing high heels.
Julia Roberts and Jennifer Aniston in ‘Mother’s Day’ (Ron Batzdorff /Open Road Films via AP) To say that some of the reviews for Mother’s Day are negative is like saying Game of Thrones contains mildly suggestive material: It is an understatement of the highest order. The latest Garry Marshall-directed ensemble rom-com that centers around a universally celebrated, secular holiday has been completely annihilated by critics. Here’s a sampling of some of the harshest things that have been written so far about a movie in which Julia Roberts is inexplicably forced to adopt a hair style worse than the Saturday Night Live’s Target Lady’s. Jon Frosch, The Hollywood Reporter: “Even if you haven’t seen Garry Marshall’s last two holiday-pegged efforts — Valentine’s Day and New Year’s Eve, with their generous smattering of stars, sub-sitcom one-liners and shameless heartstring yanking — it won’t take long to figure out what kind of movie Mother’s Day is. Mother’s Day is bad from the start, and it doesn’t get better.” David Ehrlich, Indiewire: “Lifeless, ugly, and vaguely evil in its gross attempt to offer something for everyone, Mother’s Day doesn’t feel like a movie so much as it does a cinematic adaptation of Walmart.” Moira MacDonald, Seattle Times: “Motherhood, let no one disagree, is hard work.
It’s hard to believe this pretty woman has been gracing the red carpet for almost 30 years. With over 45 films to her name, she’s won one Oscar (for the 2000 drama Erin Brockovich) and is still, at age 48, one of the biggest movie stars in the world. Her new film, the thriller Secret in Their Eyes, opens on Nov. 20. So in anticipation of that, click through to take journey through Julia’s Hollywood years.
There have been murmurs for some time that a remake of ‘Flatliners,’ director Joel Schumacher’s 1990 supernatural thriller, was in the works at Sony. Now, Variety report that Ellen Page is in talks to take a leading role in the film. The original ‘Flatliners’ boasted a high profile ‘Brat Pack’ cast including Julia Roberts, Kiefer Sutherland (fresh from Schumacher’s earlier supernatural hit ‘The Lost Boys’), Kevin Bacon, William Baldwin and Oliver Platt.