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
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 ... 05/8/2012 - 8:04 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 ... 05/7/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Ryan Seacrest: Sacha Baron Cohen planned ashes for George Clooney Ryan Seacrest apparently was not the planned target for Sacha Baron Cohen's ash attack at the Oscars red carpet. "Went to SNL on Saturday, ran into Sacha Baron Cohen," Seacrest tweeted. "We talked... original plan was to ash Clooney!" The E! 05/6/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Sacha Baron Cohen's Ryan Seacrest Oscars Prank Is Not Funny, Oscars Observers Say Academy Awards producers are certainly regretting their decision to allow Sacha Baron Cohen to attend the award show in full "Dictator" regalia, after he deliberately spilled Kim Jong-Il's pretend ashes all over E! host Ryan Seacrest. 02/28/2012 - 2:42 am | View Link
With the series' 50th anniversary hitting in 2016, work is already underway to bring a thirteenth (or third, depending on your interpretation of temporal mechanics) big screen Star Trek adventure to theaters. Although there's no guarantee yet that the project will hit for the golden anniversary celebration, the odds of that are looking a little better today as The Hollywood Reporter reveals that Patrick McKay and J.
Although two other biopics of cyclist Lance Armstrong are already said to be in the works, it is Stephen Frears' take that seems to be racing towards the finish line first. The film, now in production, announced today that they have added Dustin Hoffman to the cast in an unspecified role.
Good news, Star Trek fans! Paramount has hired three writers to get started immediately on STAR TREK 3.
J. D. Payne and Patrick McKay will join Robert Orci, who took part on writing the first two installments. So technically they only had to hire two but three guys still have the job.
Listen to (and share) episode 62 of our audio podcast Deadline Big Media With David Lieberman. Deadline’s financial editor talks with host David Bloom about growing interest in some corners of Washington D. C. about crafting new communications policies for the Internet age; AMC’s best concession deal in decades with a stock deal for its customers; a report that suggests breaking up the pay-TV bundle would “devastate” consumers and the oligopoly that dominates the industry; and new government efforts to measure the economy that say the country’s creative industries generated $915 billion in 2011, and what that might mean for new policies for Hollywood.
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She’s a triple threat. She writes. She directs. And of course she acts. But as she explained to a packed audience of AMPAS and Guild members on the Sony Pictures Classics panel at Deadline’s THE CONTENDERS event Julie Delpy has never quite done anything as stressful or intense as the trilogy of films that began with Before Sunrise (1995) and Before Sunset (2004) and now has produced Before Midnight, one of the few critical favorites from the first six months of 2013.
The legal battle over who actually wrote the 2012 Clint Eastwood-Amy Adams baseball pic Trouble With The Curve today hit fastball territory. Just a couple of days after Warner Bros threw back in a motion to have Ryan A. Brooks and Gold Glove Productions’ multimillion dollar copyright infringement case against them tossed, the plaintiffs are now seeking a summary judgment of their own.