Ryan Seacrest: Sacha Baron Cohen's Oscar prank was intended for George Clooney Remember the incident on the red carpet of the Oscars back in February, in which Sacha Baron Cohen ... went down." Seacrest explained to his listeners that Cohen told him he had originally planned on pulling the prank on Oscar nominee George Clooney ... 08/4/2012 - 9:00 pm | View Link
Sacha Baron Cohen apologizes to Ryan Seacrest for Oscars stunt, says he wanted to prank George Clooney instead George ... Sacha Baron Cohen's infamous red carpet ash stunt at the 2011 Academy Awards. The British comic arrived at the ceremony as his "Dictator" alter ego and, on the red carpet, spilled what he claimed were dictator Kim Jong-Il's ashes on Ryan ... 05/9/2012 - 5:07 am | View Link
Sacha Baron Cohen apologizes to Ryan Seacrest for Oscars ashes stunt Sacha Baron ... sweet.” Cohen also told Seacrest he wasn’t the original target for the prank. Seacrest adds, “He started telling me how it went down. Originally he said that they were going to spill whatever it was in that urn on George Clooney. 05/8/2012 - 9:41 am | View Link
Sacha Baron Cohen Apologizes to Ryan Seacrest For Oscar Stunt After dumping an urn full of ashes on Ryan Seacrest at the Academy Awards, Sacha Baron Cohen apologized to the “American Idol” host and revealed the big Hollywood star he originally planned to soil with incinerated human remains. “The Dictator ... 05/8/2012 - 1:44 am | View Link
Ryan Seacrest: Sacha Baron Cohen planned ashes for George Clooney Thoughts, ideas and videos from the world of movies, music, TV and everything else pop culture. bio | email | twitter bio | email bio | email | twitter Monday May 7, 2012 12:18 PM By Leora Arnowitz Ryan Seacrest apparently was not the planned target for ... 05/7/2012 - 1:18 am | View Link
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With Warner Bros. announcing their schedule for 10 new DC Comics movies, there’s plenty to get excited about. For me, the one movie that not only shocked me but may or may not have made me tear up with joy was Green Lantern, hitting theaters in 2020. My initial reaction was pure surprise that WB would greenlight another Green Lantern movie after the first one flopped critically and commercially in 2011.
Stonehearst Asylum (previously titled Eliza Graves) is a psychological period thriller that boasts an impressive cast, including Kate Beckinsale, Jim Sturgess, Ben Kingsley, Michael Caine and Brendan Gleeson, and a formidable director in Brad Anderson (The Machinist, Transsiberian). The movie also features alluring design that evokes all the classic elements of late-Victorian gothic horror and romanticism.
At the same time, Stonehearst is a film that's uncertain about itself, never quite sure of what it wants to do or say.
I have an idea. And, I hope it isn't too stupid. Next year, we catch up with the 2015 presented in Back to the Future 2. Obviously, not a lot of what we saw in that movie has come to fruition. Still, wouldn't it be cool if Pepsi did a little something to mark the occasion?
“The Crow” is back from the dead. The remake film’s producer Ed Pressman confirmed that the production will begin next year in the spring as he told The Hollywood Reporter at the Abu Dhabi Film Festival. He believed the remake of the film will generate plenty of interest for the new generation of moviegoers.