The Coens have again taken a real time and place and freely made it their own in this boldly original, highly emotional journey.
Alanis Morissette and Shannyn Sossamon have been cast in “The Price of Desire,” a new romantic period drama based on the life of architect Eileen Gray that’s getting a little extra help from Kickstarter – but in an unexpected way. Sossamon will play Gray, who falls in love with the famous Swiss/French architect Le Corbusier,... Read more »
We're closing on the mid-way point to the year, with several of 2013's biggest movies already in theaters, but as fast as films hit theaters, the studios nab future release dates sometimes years away, hoping to stake their claim on key territory. And last night, the release calendar just got three new additions across the next couple of years. First up is "Exodus," Ridley Scott's Moses movie that we, frankly, didn't realize was far enough along in the process to get to this stage. But clearly, the film has a greenlight, or something close to it, from 20th Century Fox, who've given it an awards-primed slot of December 12th, 2014. That's five days before the final "Hobbit" movie, "There And Back Again," and a week before Brad Bird's George Clooney-starring "Tomorrowland." Last we heard, Christian Bale was being courted to take the lead role in the film; presumably, he, or someone like him, has signed on, because Scott will need to get rolling on this before the year is out (and...
Now that Candice Glover cinched the title of American Idol Thursday, 2012 winner Phillip Phillips is happy to guide her as she begins her exciting new journey. OK! GALLERY: SEE PHOTOS OF AMERICAN IDOL SUPERSTARS CARRIE UNDERWOOD, JORDIN SPARKS, KELLIE PICKLER AND CHRIS DAUGHTERY IN THE VALERIE GALLERY Hm, what would he tell her? “Just be yourself,” the Home singer, 22, tells me during a Universal Orlando event. “Have fun, and know what kind of artist you want to be. Don’t be afraid to speak up for yourself. That’s my advice.” OK! GALLERY: PHILLIP PHILLIPS WINS AMERICAN IDOL—CHECK OUT THE BEST MOMENTS FROM THE FINALE Although Randy Jackson has confirmed—and Nicki Miinaj is hotly tipped—to be leaving the show, this Georgia guy is not interested in taking a judges seat. “Oh, heck no,” he says. “I don’t really have the right to judge anybody. [laughs]” Psst—Jordin Sparks called it first, predicting Candice would be the first female winner since she won in 2007. She was right! Check out Phillip’s album, The World From The Side Of The Moon, which is out now. Did the right person win American Idol? Tweet us @okmagazine. Photo credit: Getty Images
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