If you’ve paid attention to indie film over the past few years, there’s a good chance you’re familiar with Chris Messina’s work — but he wasn’t always one of Hollywood’s most sought-after actors. In his own words, Messina recounts a career trajectory full of challenges, from getting cut out of a Meryl Streep movie and nearly quitting the business to stumbling over Aaron Sorkin’s complex dialogue on The Newsroom.
Once upon a time, Disney outdid itself.
In an exclusive extended scene from American Hustle, Jennifer Lawrence gives her all during a performance of a Santana classic.
D’Audrey Hepburn à Diane Kruger, en passant par Amy Adams, toutes ces stars auraient pu devenir des ballerines professionnelles au lieu d’actrices.
Or why it is (probably) going to be a very good night for Gravity.
This year’s Oscar nominees have proven themselves as actors, but that doesn’t mean they haven’t made some less-than-great choices in the past.
The West Wing launched more than just the career of President Santos.
Playing Lois Lane was probably a walk in the park for her.
Where did the residents of Mount Rose, Minnesota end up?
Gosh darnit, Minnesota, you’ve got a lot to be proud of. So go ahead and toot your own horn!
The standouts among the 156 people who gathered for the 85th Academy Awards nominee luncheon on Monday.
There are plenty of strong performances in the running for acting awards at this year’s Oscars — but even great actors make bad movies. Here are several of the nominees in their less impressive roles.
The actress looks vintage and dreamy in a new campaign for the clothing brand.
Or at least, in Muppet history. From “The Muppets” this blooper reel just makes me want to hug Jason Segel forever.
New parody posters to promote “The Muppets.” And ride some of that sweet, sweet “Breaking Dawn” SEO.
So she’s a redhead this time, huh? Zack Snyder’s Superman reboot is hitting theaters June 2013. (via.)
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The two are, quite possibly, related.
The movie, based on the award-winning play, is centered in a parish in which Father Flynn (Philip Seymour Hoffman) is accused by Sister Aloysius (Meryl Streep) of abusing a student, despite her having no evidence. The film also stars Amy Adams, making it to the Oscars what Beverly Hills Chihuahua is to the Razzies. (Although can you ever really go wrong with a George Lopez flick?)
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