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Christian Bale Stopped Talking to Chris Rock on ‘Amsterdam’ Set: He Was ‘So Bloody Funny I Couldn’t Act’
Say what you will about “Amsterdam,” but nobody can deny that the latest David O. Russell film assembled a stellar cast. It’s anchored by Christian Bale, Margot Robbie, and John David Washington, who play three Americans that make a lifelong friendship pact while serving in World War I and eventually find themselves investigating a dangerous conspiracy. But even the supporting cast is stacked with A-listers like Robert De Niro, Rami Malek, Zoe Saldana, Timothy Olyphant, Taylor Swift, and Chris Rock.
"Denzel Washington giving the 'Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow' monologue in Macbeth (2021) somehow made 500-year-old material feel fresh."
Chaz Ebert receives the Screen Gems award from Facets at a gala Wednesday night, honoring her efforts in support of films.
Actor Alex Pettyfer joined Cheddar News to discuss “The Infernal Machine,” a psychological thriller, in which he stars alongside Guy Pearce. “You do all this preparation and you feel you're like indulging in some sort of kind of craft that you feel very pretentious about, and then you sit down in front of Guy Pearce and it all completely evaporates because he's the most down to earth normal guy," he said.
Margot Robbie revealed that the “Amsterdam” production went on forever…literally. While on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” Robbie joked that since director David O. Russell refused to call “cut” on set, the film is still in production despite being in theaters October 7. “He never called ‘cut.’ David never called ‘cut’ on this film,” Robbie said. “So technically, we didn’t ever really stop.” It wasn’t until the Pasadena police department showed up that production was shut down due to curfew concerns. “You get a permit to shoot somewhere. We were in Pasadena and the time was up,” Robbie explained. “We were meant to...
Jenni Rivera’s Children Reveal Details on New Posthumous Music: ‘It’s Like She’s Putting Everything Together’
Jenni Rivera’s children have confirmed new music from the late Mexican music star is on the way, with a posthumous single called “Misión Cumplida” slated to arrive Nov. 2. The song is from a full 11-track album, slated for release on Dec. 9. Rivera’s children — Chiquis, Johnny, Jenicka, Mike, and Jacqie — spoke at length for the first time on their plans to release Jenni’s forthcoming album, which includes unreleased music, during Billboard’s “Children of Jenni Rivera” panel on Sept. 27. Johnny, the youngest sibling, appeared sporting a photo of his mother on his shirt, which he later revealed...