'Sahara's Breck Eisner in talks to direct 'Stretch Armstrong' movie Breck Eisner is in line to direct the forthcoming Stretch Armstrong movie. The director - whose credits include Sahara and The Crazies - has entered negotiations to join the project, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The film is currently in development ... 07/11/2012 - 5:50 am | View Link
Stretch Armstrong’ Lands Director Breck Eisner Breck Eisner (The Crazies) is in negotiations to direct Stretch Armstrong for Relativity Media. The project was formerly housed at Universal Pictures, when Taylor ... | View Website
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Stretch Armstrong Confirms Director Breck Eisner | Regator Industries / Entertainment Industry: Deadline Hollywood . Breck Eisner has signed on to direct the live-action movie Stretch Armstrong based on the Hasbro property ... | View Website
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The letters addressed to Gwyneth Paltrow came for years, often with unsolicited items ranging from pornography and sex toys to religious books, earrings and clothes.
With furrowed brow and at times fighting back tears, Paltrow described the impact of the letters, which first began arriving shortly after she won her best actress Academy Award in 1999 and resumed after a hiatus in 2009.
Paltrow read excerpts of many of the notes Soiu sent in measured tones during her two-and-a-half hours of testimony, but broke down when a prosecutor asked if she was afraid of him and feared for her children's safety.
Paltrow, 43, testified about letters and packages she received from Soiu dating to 1999, including several that contained pornography, sex toys and statements that he wanted to cleanse her of sin.
The recent batch letters described Soiu's intention to marry the actress as well as a pair of earrings he sent her in 2009 as a Christmas gift, some second-hand clothes and a Weight Watchers cookbook.
The star of "Fatal Attraction" and many other films told the crowd being honored with a career achievement honor by the AARP Movies for Grownups Awards.at Monday's glitzy ceremony that his assistant mistakenly told him he was receiving an award for his work in adult films.
The newspaper drama "Spotlight" was selected as best picture at the 15th annual ceremony presented by the advocacy group AARP to stars over the age of 50 and the films that speak to that demographic.
In her speech, Ladd took issue with the competitive race for supporting actress at this year's Academy Awards, which she is not among.
At the beginning of night, show host Kathy Griffin joked that #OscarsSoYoung should be trending on Twitter and that she felt comfortable mocking youngsters at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel ceremony.
Other winners Monday included "The Intern" as best comedy, "Love & Mercy" as best time capsule, "The Last Man on the Moon" as best documentary, "Learning to Drive" as best buddy picture, "5 Flights Up" as best grownup love story, "Rams" as best foreign film, "Inside Out" for best movie for grownups who refuse to grow up and "Creed" as best intergenerational film.
The Coen brothers put story first. They never let commercial considerations, or anything other than the demands of the story they’re telling affect their artistic choices. They always cast the very best actor for the part in every movie they make, and never worry, about, say, whether that actor is famous or not.