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Screen deity Meryl Streep joined her daughter Mamie Gummer and Rick Springfield to premiere “Ricki And The Flash” at AMC Lincoln Square, last night, to a packed house of onlookers and press members.
We packed in tight, for an arrivals line promising to deliver on the greatest actress of our time, to little disappointment.
Streep arrived and, like the veteran that she is, greeted and made contact with every camera pointed in her direction.
Rocker and legend, Lenny Kravitz, demonstrated to an unsuspecting audience that he does indeed go at it commando during a show in Stockholm, on Monday.
The ageless 51-year-old suffered a wardrobe malfunction, during his opening song, at Gröna Lund theme park, and let it all hang out for a momentary bout of fresh air.
Of course there was a fan at the ready and captured the risque moment, although we dare say they got a whole lot more then they were anticipating. Read the rest of this entry »
The fifth installment of the Mission Impossible franchise earned a whopping $56M, securing its number one spot.
That’s one major cha-ching for Cruise who also serves as a producer on the film. Read the rest of this entry »
Debra Messing’s NBC dra-medy, The Mysteries of Laura, set up camp in the Washington Heights section of NY, a few days ago. Read the rest of this entry »
On the last leg of his Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation press tour, actor Tom Cruise swooped in to promote the highly anticipated fifth installment of the franchise at The Daily Show with John Stewart. Read the rest of this entry »
Sometimes interviews don’t go according to plan and then, sometimes, they simply go horribly wrong. This was the entire makeup of Cara Delevingne’s Good Day Sacramento spot recently, while promoting her new film Paper Towns.
Delevingne’s Brit dry humor was clearly lost on the West Coast KMAX-TV wanna-be witty anchors Ken Rudulph, Marianne McClary and admitted onetime dimwit Mark S. Allen of Good Day Sacramento. Read the rest of this entry »
Tom Cruise, and his Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation premiere, shut down Times Square for the highly anticipated installment of the franchise, yesterday. It marked the fourth after Vienna, London and Quebec.
But it wasn’t just the highly trafficked tourist trap that was shut down for the 5th MI film. An army of some 20 photographers saw themselves kept from covering the arrivals line alongside their colleagues.
Notices were sent out with excuses of “limited space” by the the publicity team handling the event, much to the dismay of many on the receiving end. Read the rest of this entry »
A drunken rant caught on cellphone video, in Germany, is making the rounds showing the inebriated Transformer star getting into a verbal confrontation with his girlfriend Mia Goth. Read the rest of this entry »
Paul Rudd’s Ant-Man held onto the number one spot this weekend with reported earnings in the $24.765M ball park. A drop of 57.1%, according to Forbes, but still above the the two slot which went to Pixels. Read the rest of this entry »
The greatest screen talent of our time, the one and only, the chameleon, Meryl Streep, will next be hitting the big screen screen in the low-budget indie “Ricki and The Flash.”
The film centers around Ricki, an aging washed-up rocker who returns home.
It arrives at your local theaters August 7th although it seems like only yesterday that they were busied filming in and around Westchester County. Read the rest of this entry »