Close friends and family of the late Elizabeth Taylor gathered Sunday afternoon to remember beloved Hollywood legend during a private memorial on the Warner Brothers lot in Burbank, PEOPLE has learned.
Peter Weir doesn't make films in a hurry -- just 10 over the past 30 years, and nothing at all since "Master and Commander" in 2003 -- but they're almost always worth waiting for. Among them, "Witness" stands as a popular classic, while "Picnic at Hanging Rock" remains a landmark in Australian cinema, an enigma throbbing with atmosphere.
It is taking three top names Jude Law, Johnny Depp and Colin Farrell – to step into Heath Ledger's final role, in the unfinished movie The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, according to a rep for Law.
Ten years ago, the adjective "Tarantinoesque" was an integral tool in any critic's arsenal. It seemed like every other young filmmaker was tramping the bloody, funny trail blazed by "Reservoir Dogs" and "Pulp Fiction"; rueful hitmen lurked around every corner.
Admit it: At some point, you've lied. Maybe it was the time you told your aunt that her hand-knit holiday sweater was "exactly what you wanted." Or when you explained to human resources that you'd missed the big company meeting because your grandmother died ... again.
Colin Farrell said Tuesday that his 4-year-old son James, who has a rare neuro-genetic disorder called Angelman Syndrome, is making progress – and that father and son will be together at the holidays.
Helping a homeless Toronto man earlier this year felt so good to Colin Farrell, he's in a charitable mood again. This time, the actor's in Dublin helping bring attention to the 4th annual Abrakebabra For Childline Day, according to Splash News Online.
When "Miami Vice" was big in the '80s, like other fans I got off on the stylishly decadent trappings, the pastel rock & roll machismo coolness -- the T-shirts worn under silk jackets, the roiling synthesizer music and white-on-white coral deco mansions, the way that Don Johnson, with his dimples and jaded nobility and celebrated stubble (I will always be grateful to him for making it possible to work in an office and shave only every other day), would stare into the mug of some two-bit informer and threaten him with a sarcastic "Pal!"
There was fanfare and fans. And the way the lines looked, you'd think something was being given out for free. But you'll be hard pressed to find anything free, or cheap for that matter, at FAO Schwarz.