Reese Witherspoon indulged on a family girls trip around Paris.
26.05.2023 - 17:07 / ok.co.uk
Jack James Ryan, best known for portraying Jacob Hay in Coronation Street, has been left 'devastated' this week following the unexpected death of his family dog Frank.The actor took to Instagram to pay tribute to the French Bulldog, who passed away due to an aggressive cancer. Sharing a heart-warming picture with the pup, the star detailed his emotion. "Utterly devastated to say we lost my best boy Frank today very unexpectedly to an aggressive cancer.
He was the best mate a guy could ask for," wrote Jack. While another Instagram Story post showed Frank alongside a pug and a dachshund, with the actor dubbing them an 'iconic trio' while adding a broken heart emoji.The difficult post comes after Jack departed Coronation Street earlier this year in a surprise exit for his character Jacob, sharing that he had done 'what he intended to do' with the venture. He said at the time: : "It was a really hard decision, because I love the character so much.
But I was coming up to that two-year mark on the show and the conversations upstairs were very much about looking at the long haul of what Jacob was going to do and who he was going to be on the Street with. "Of course, that was incredibly humbling.Those types of conversation are just amazing. But I'm still young and there's so much stuff that I want to go and do.
Reese Witherspoon indulged on a family girls trip around Paris.
Former Coronation Street star Jack James Ryan has shared a touching tribute after the sudden passing of an important family member. The actor, who played Jacob Hay on the soap, took to his Instagram stories to share the sad news that his family dog and ‘best mate’, Frank, had unexpectedly passed away.
Chloe Madeley has been hailed as "body goals" by fans, after the reality TV personality shared snaps of herself enjoying a holiday abroad with her husband, James Haskell, and the couple’s daughter, Bodhi. Chloe, who first earned her celeb status as the daughter of daytime TV presenting duo Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan, works as a personal trainer, so it’s no surprise her physique is more than impressive.
Heidi Klum shared a cheeky snap to Instagram Friday as she soaked up the sun on the French Riviera. The 49-year-old supermodel posed topless in a pair of black thong bikini bottoms while relaxing on a balcony overlooking the ocean.
James Marsden is soaking up the sun on vacation!
Manori Ravindran Executive Editor of International Jonathan Glazer’s Nazi drama “The Zone of Interest” has sold into major international territories following its buzzy Cannes world premiere. The film centers on the family of a high-ranking SS official that lives next door to Auschwitz concentration camp. The pic has sold into: Austria and Germany (Leonine), Benelux (Cineart), France (BAC), Greece (Spentzos), Italy (I Wonder), Japan (Happinet Phantom Studios), Scandinavia (SF Studios), Spain (Elastica) and Switzerland (Filmcoopi). In Poland — a significant sales market for the film given it is set there — Gutek has come on board as distributor. (A24 was selling worldwide rights for the film, but did not handle the Polish sale.)
So many stars attended the amfAR Cannes Gala 2023 at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc on Thursday (may 25) in Cap d-Antibes, France.
is ready for more adventure!The Paramount+ series dropped the full official trailer for season 2 on Wednesday, which offered a first look at the crossover episode with stars Tawny Newsome and Jack Quaid playing the live-action versions of their animated characters.The two-minute trailer is full of fun, spiciness and intergalactic adventures as Captain Pike (Anson Mount) and the crew of the USS Enterprise confront dangerous stakes, explore uncharted territories and encounter new life and civilizations. The crew will also embark on personal journeys that will continue to test their resolve and redefine their destinies.
John Hopewell Chief International Correspondent Martin Scorsese is executive producing “Escape,” the next film from Spanish writer-director Rodrigo Cortés, who burst onto the international scene directing Ryan Reynolds in the 2010 Sundance hit “Buried.” Set to go into production at the end of May, Cortés’ first Spanish-language film since his debut feature, 2007 madcap dark comedy “The Contestant,” “Escape” stars Mario Casas, a Spanish Academy Award Goya winner for 2020’s “Cross the Line.” One of Spain’s biggest film-TV stars, Casas leads a top-notch Spanish cast in “Escape” which takes in Anna Castillo (“The Olive Tree,” “Holy Camp!”), José Garcia (“Bastille Day”), Guillermo Toledo (“I’m So Excited”), Josep Maria Pou (“The Realm”), Blanca Portillo (“Maixabel”), and Jose Sacristán (“Velvet”).
The stars are stepping out for the latest premiere at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival!
Wes Anderson’s Asteroid City brought some mega-wattage to the Cannes Film Festival this evening, lighting up the Palais with what we clocked as a 6.5 minute standing ovation for the star-studded comedy.
Joe Alwyn has attended his very first event since headlines were made about his split from Taylor Swift.
In a world with silly action movies with muscly stars defying physics and superhero films with multiple universes and complicated continuity, it’s nice to have a film that stands on its own, filled with great actors and a pleasant story. Something like “The Miracle Club.” READ MORE: Summer 2023 Movie Preview: 52 Must-See Films To Watch As seen in the trailer for “The Miracle Club,” the film follows the story of a group of friends who are desperate, for one reason or another, to win a trip to the French city of Lourdes, where miracles are said to happen.
“When was the last truly f*cking nasty, nasty, bad pop girl?” This is the question posed in the teaser trailer to HBO’s The Idol, which promises the kind of lurid, adrenaline-pumping pop-culture exposé you’d see if Paul Verhoeven was ever allowed to make a film like Showgirls again. Said trailer also features copious quantities of cocaine, champagne and seriously dirty dancing, suggesting a warts-and-all drama about a super-ambitious Madonna/Lady Gaga type who has recently hit the big time in the dog-eat-dog world of showbiz.
Gregg Goldstein When you think of Rupert Friend, chances are you remember his five seasons as CIA operative Peter Quinn on “Homeland” or his turn as the Grand Inquisitor on “Obi-Wan Kenobi.” But recently he’s become the latest member of Wes Anderson’s acting troupe, following up his role in 2021’s “The French Dispatch” with the Cannes Palme d’Or contender “Asteroid City” and the Roald Dahl anthology “The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar,” now in post-production at Netflix. Variety spoke with the U.K.-born actor about his eclectic career, his upcoming feature writing/directing debut and why he had a “revelation” that he should be the next James Bond. What’s your role in “Asteroid City,” and what can we expect from the film?
The first reactions from critics for Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny have been revealed following the film’s world premiere at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival!
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's bombshell car chase allegations, the royal family has no plans to issue a statement.ET has learned that neither Buckingham nor Kensington Palace will be commenting on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's claims of a car chase in New York City.A source tells ET that «since Harry and Meghan have stepped back from royal duties, the palace generally does not comment on their activities.»On Wednesday, a representative for Harry — who is the son of King Charles III and the late Princess Diana — and Meghan told news outlets that the couple, along with Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland, were involved in a «near catastrophic car chase at the hands of a ring of highly aggressive paparazzi» on Tuesday night. The rep said that the incident occurred after the trio left the Ziegfeld Theater, where Meghan had been honored at the the Ms. Foundation Women of Vision Awards.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's bombshell car chase allegations, the royal family has no plans to issue a statement.ET has learned that neither Buckingham nor Kensington Palace will be commenting on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's claims of a car chase in New York City.A source tells ET that «since Harry and Meghan have stepped back from Royal duties, the palace generally does not comment on their activities.»On Wednesday, a representative for Harry — who is the son of King Charles III and the late Princess Diana — and Meghan told news outlets that the couple, along with Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland, were involved in a «near catastrophic car chase at the hands of a ring of highly aggressive paparazzi» on Tuesday night. The rep said that the incident occurred after the trio left the Ziegfeld Theater, where Meghan had been honored at the the Ms. Foundation Women of Vision Awards.
thriller night with Michael Jackson sometime in the early 1980s.“I saw Michael Jackson naked,” the “Grace and Frankie” star shared Monday on “Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen.”Fonda played “Plead the Fifth” on the Bravo show while promoting her new film, “Book Club: The Next Chapter.” During the segment, Cohen, 54, asks his guest three questions — and they can only plead the fifth once.After Cohen asked Fonda to name “one man in Hollywood that tried to pick you up once that you turned down,” she revealed she went skinny-dipping with Jackson, who died in 2009 at the age of 50.“Okay, I’m listening,” Cohen said as his jaw fell open. “Where’d you see him naked?”The two-time Academy Award winner said Jackson came to visit her on “a beautiful moonlit night” at her little cottage on the lake while she shot 1981’s “On Golden Pond.”“And you said, ‘Let’s skinny dip,'” Cohen guessed.“No, he did!” Fonda replied.“I think because he knew he was going to die young and I would talk about him, being naked,” she explained as the studio audience laughed.
Leo Barraclough International Features Editor British luxury car manufacturer Aston Martin celebrates its 110th anniversary this year, but its eyes are firmly on the road ahead, not the rear-view mirror. On May 24, at Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc, in Antibes, France, near Cannes, the company unveils the first of its next generation of sports cars (see teaser image, here) and the following evening the new model will go to the highest bidder at the AmfAR Charity Gala at the hotel. Then, on May 28, a short dash along the Riviera, the brand’s Formula 1 team races at the Monaco Grand Prix. Commenting on the choice of the Cannes Film Festival as the venue to launch the new model, Aston Martin’s global chief brand and commercial officer, Marco Mattiacci, says: “The movie business is where we belong.”