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  • Newlywed Ethan Hawke a Dad Again

    Ethan Hawke is a family man again. The "Training Day" actor and his blushing bride Ryan Shawhughes welcomed a baby girl into their family on Friday, July 18, in New York City, reports People. "They are thrilled," said Hawke's rep, Mara Buxbaum. The...
  • Ethan Hawke, Girlfriend Expecting

    Ethan Hawke will have a new addition to his nest. The "Before the Devil Knows You're Dead" star and his girlfriend Ryan Shawhughes are expecting their first child together, reports People. "I can confirm [the pregnancy] and they are thrilled," says...
  • Does Uma Thurman work as a stay-at-home mom in 'Motherhood'?

     
    We're not sure we buy Uma Thurman as a frazzled, unfulfilled, stay-at-home mom in the upcoming comedy "Motherhood." She is -- after all -- engaged to a handsome Swiss entrepreneur in real life and has a glam, designer-dudded, jet set......
  • 'Inglourious Basterds' goes for drama at the Golden Globes

     
    Like lots of Quentin Tarantino flicks, "Inglourious Basterds" has so many outrageous, quirky elements that it could easily qualify in the comedy categories at the Golden Globes, but the Weinstein Co. will opt for drama. Ultimate classification will be...
  • Gold Derby nuggets: 411 on 'Nine' | Two perspectives on 'Avatar' | Four toons top 50 Oscars snubs

     
    • Tony-winning composer Maury Yeston talked in great detail to Harry Haun about the journey of "Nine" from screen (as "8 1/2") to stage and back to screen. "There are only two ways to approach Broadway shows becoming movies," Yeston says. "One of them...
  • Is Percy Jackson's mythology too close to Harry Potter's magic?

     
    Here at the Hero Complex, we've circled "Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief" as a project to watch next year, so we'll bringing you lots of coverage of its odyssey as a Hollywood venture. Today, Rachel Abramowitz has......
  • 'Percy Jackson' director: Uma Thurman will be a 'seductive' Medusa

     
    How alluring is Uma Thurman? "She's someone who's so sensual and seductive," filmmaker Chris Columbus says, "that you'll look into her eyes and forget that she has 75 snakes on her head." Columbus should know since, as the director of......
  • And the best picture winner is . . . one of these ACE Eddie noms?

     
    Unlike last year, Monday's American Cinema Editors nominations for drama do not mirror those films chosen by the Directors Guild of America, but they are all in in the running with the Producers Guild of America. As every Oscarologist knows, the winner of...
  • Quentin Tarantino on his movie influences: From 'Operation Amsterdam' to 'The Good, the Bad and the Ugly'

     
    Most writers, musicians and filmmakers are delighted to talk about the biggest influences on their work. After all, for artists, the influences from their youth are usually the subconscious fuel that drives their imagination. And when it comes to...
  • Beware: Here comes an 'Inglourious' upset at the Oscars

     
    The Academy Awards never go according to script. Although most Oscarologists say that "The Hurt Locker" or "Avatar" will win best picture, they may be underestimating that sneaky dark horse poised to pull off a classic derby upset: "Inglourious Basterds."...
  • 'Danger Girl' takes aim in Hollywood

     
    FIVE QUESTIONS: ADRIAN ASKARIEH Producer Adrian Askarieh has a number of Hollywood projects reaching critical mass. There's "Kane and Lynch," based on the video game, which starts shooting in August with a cast led by Bruce Willis and Jamie Foxx.......
  • Are the haters really right to hate 'Kick-Ass'?

     
    When "Kick-Ass" director Matthew Vaughn talked to my colleague Geoff Boucher the other day, he vented a little, complaining that too many people had expressed outrage about his new movie--which opened Friday--without actually seeing it first. It's...