Blythe Danner - Women In Film 2016 Crystal and Lucy Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on June 15, 2016 in Beverly Hills, CA at Beverly Hilton Hotel - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Thursday 16th June 2016
Old age is usually seen as a sad time to reflect on your life's work and morn you past friends. For Carol (Blythe Danner), an elderly widow, this is the case. That is, until her friends force her back into the dating game. She is beginning to realise that her day to day life is becoming monotonous, yet she soon enough meets Bill (Sam Elliot). A retiree himself, Bill reminds her that even at the supposed twilight years of your life, there is still a chance to begin all over again.
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Blythe Danner admits to be confused by her daughter's term for divorce but praises the way they've handled it
Gwyneth Paltrow and her ex-husband, Chris Martin, got the world talking when they decided to 'consciously uncouple' last year and not just because the Hollywood and musical dream team had divorced but because of the strange term that had chosen to call it.
Gwyneth Paltrow confused a lot of people with her 'conscious uncoupling'
And it seems that it wasn't only the world that raised an eyebrow in confusion at the phrase with Gwyneth's famous mother, Blythe Danner, recently revealing that she wasn't sure what to make of the term either.
Gwyneth Paltrow's mother allegedly "begged" her daughter not to end her decade long marriage to Coldplay frontman Chris Martin.
It's a separation which has gripped the news for almost a week but we're still no closer to knowing the truth about the inner workings of the Martin-Paltrow marriage, let alone their split. Things haven't been made any clearer either with Martin's father commenting on his son's separation from award winning actress Paltrow. Meanwhile sources suggest Paltrow's mother is less than supportive of her daughter and son-in-law's decision.
Martin's father, Antony, appears to be taking news of his son's separation well and maintains the separation was "amicable" and the two are "still great mates". However, Paltrow's mother would disagree and is less than happy about her daughter's decision to end her decade long marriage. Actress Blythe Danner, Paltrow's mother, is allegedly "really upset" sources close to the 71-year-old told Us Weekly.
Danner allegedly "begged Gwyneth not to end it, that he's a good man," adding "she loves Chris". It seems, if the reports are indeed true, Paltrow ignored her mother's advice as she and Martin announced their split on Tuesday (25th March). The source claims "Gwyneth had to do what she felt was best".
Oscar and Grammy winner Barbra Streisand is honoured at the 40th Anniversary Chaplin Award Gala at Avery Fisher Hall at the Lincoln Center, New York. Snapped on the red carpet are Streisand herself with husband James Brolin, 'Chicago' star Catherine Zeta Jones and 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest' producer Michael Douglas, and James Bond star Pierce Brosnan with wife Keely Shaye Smith.
Henry (Brody) takes a month-long assignment teaching at a tough school run by beleaguered principal Carol (Harden). Unflappable in the face of the unruly students, he calmly tries to get through to the teens. He clicks with fellow teacher Sarah (Hendricks). As a substitute, Henry's job is to maintain order, which seems like an impossible challenge. So he instead reaches out to a teen hooker (Gayle), thinking he might actually be able to make a difference in her life. But he can't help but wonder if he's doing more harm than good.
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After three tours of duty, shellshocked Marine Logan (Efron) heads home with no plan for the future. At one point in battle he'd found a picture of a pretty girl who became a sort-of guardian angel, so he decides to locate her based on landmarks in the photo. Eventually he meets kennel-owner Beth (Schilling) in down-home Louisiana. Without telling her how he knows her, he takes a job and reluctantly falls for her while charming her smart son (Stewart) and sassy granny (Danner). But Beth's sheriff ex-husband (Ferguson) isn't happy about this interloper.
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Henry Barthes is a highly recommended substitute teacher, a compliment he doesn't really accept. His latest job is subbing at an inner city high school for a month, where exam grades are slipping; the pupils are unruly and the head teacher is under fire for the decline in standards there.
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Logan Thibault is a US Marine Sergeant serving in Iraq on his third tour. One day, during a particularly dangerous mission, he notices something unusual half buried in the ground. Upon closer inspection, he discovers that it's a picture of a pretty blonde woman who looks to be his age. He begins to rejoin his group but a sudden explosion near by leaves him injured but alive.
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Graeme and Clive (Pegg and Frost) are sci-fi geeks who realise their dream to drive a Winnebago across the American Southwest visiting UFO hotspots to re-enact favourite movie and TV scenes. Then they stumble across an actual alien named Paul (voiced by Rogen as an Alf-style wisenheimer). They agree to help him get home, but are hotly pursued by a tenacious Man in Black (Bateman) and two X-Files agents (Hader and Lo Truglio). They are also joined by someone who's even more alien to them: devout one-eyed creationist Ruth (Wiig), who Paul calls a "God-bothering cyclops".
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The catchy pop ballads found on the soundtrack for Tony Goldwyn's The Last Kiss will break your heart in two. The movie these songs support only wishes it could make such a claim.
Back to the music for a minute. Coldplay, Cary Brothers, Fiona Apple, Snow Patrol, and a smattering of other fashionable artists - each handpicked by leading man Zach Braff - croon (and sometimes whine) about infidelity, loss, and life-changing mistakes that target the love of your life. Sample lyrics include, "She's moving on... without you." Sentiments rarely deviate from this norm. It's a nice place to wallow on a rainy afternoon.
Braff worked similar musical magic for his directorial debut Garden State. His ear for stirring, soulful melodies earned him a Best Compilation Soundtrack for a Motion Picture Grammy award. But where Braff's Garden mix tape enhanced his quirky and personal little comedy, this new song collection can't lift Goldwyn's somber material from the doldrums.
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