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Ben Stiller had an awkward encounter with Penelope Cruz's husband Javier Bardem the day he had to grab the actress' breasts for Zoolander 2.
Stiller thought it would be a hoot to write a scene in the new Zoolander sequel, in which he holds on to Cruz's character Valentina from behind "for buoyancy" as she suggests they swim to Rome, before diving into the sea.
The funnyman was sure the boob grab would raise a few titters among film fans, but he wasn't laughing when his co-star's husband showed up on set on the day of the shoot.
Asked who wrote the scene during an appearance on America's The Daily Show, Ben said, "It wasn't Javier Bardem, I'll tell you that, but he did come to the set that day."
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Actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan Played A Prank On Spanish Star Javier Bardem After Photographers Confused The Two Actors On The Red Carpet.
The Watchmen star has become known as Bardem's Hollywood doppelganger over the years as he is often mistaken for the Oscar winner, and Morgan has revealed he once got the No Country For Old Men star into trouble.
Morgan flipped his middle finger to snappers at a red carpet event after they called him 'Javier', and Bardem was blamed for the bad behaviour.
"I get (mistaken for) Javier Bardem a lot," Morgan admits during an appearance on U.S. chat show The Talk. "When he won his Oscar, I had just gotten on Grey's Anatomy about the same time. I went to a party here in New York, and as I was walking the red carpet, the paparazzi just started screaming, 'Javier, Javier!'. And I flipped them off... I was trying to be funny - I don't know if it was construed as funny. But the next day in the New York Daily News or whatever, there was a picture of me flipping the camera off and it said, 'Javier is an a**hole!'"
Jessica Chastain thinks she ''confuses people'' about who she really is because she plays so many different characters but claims it only happens to women in Hollywood and not men.
Jessica Chastain thinks she ''confuses people''.
The 'Interstellar' star believes her job as an actress means people find it hard to know who she really is but insists it only affects women as they ''never worry about 'knowing' men''.
Speaking of her acting career having an effect on the public perception of herself, she said: ''It did confuse people. I would hear, 'Who is the real Jessica?' a lot.
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Penelope Cruz And Javier Bardem Had A Date Night To Remember In Barcelona, Spain On Saturday (10oct15) When They Joined U2 Onstage.
The Spanish actors were among the thousands who attended the band's gig at Palau Sant Jordi and they got the chance to show off their dance moves as frontman Bono invited them into the limelight.
In video footage captured by fans, Javier hit the stage with a blue feather boa and matching sparkly fedora and pretended to seduce Bono during a performance of Mysterious Ways. At the end of the track, the singer praised the "beautiful dancer" as Penelope, wearing a long blonde wig and Playboy bunny ears, joined the party and appeared to shoo her husband away. Bono then recruited the Oscar winner to film the rockers' next track, Desire, on a cell phone.
The musicians had alerted their Twitter followers to the presence of their famous fans before the gig, when they shared a picture of the Hollywood couple backstage. They captioned the image, "Mysterious guests tonight in Barcelona..."
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Orlando Bloom will appear in 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales', reprising his role as 'Bootstrap' Bill Turner after pulling out of 'Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides'.
Orlando Bloom will appear in 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales'.
The 38-year-old actor will reprise his role as 'Bootstrap' Bill Turner in the fifth installment of the film franchise, having bowed out of the series for 2011's 'Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides'.
The exciting news was announced by Disney bosses at its D23 Expo over the weekend, with Johnny Depp also returning to star as Captain Jack Sparrow for the film.
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Having played no part at all in 2011's On Stranger Tides, Bloom will be returning to the cast for Dead Men Tell No Tales in 2017.
Great news for fans of Pirates Of The Caribbean as Disney has confirmed that Orlando Bloom will be returning to the cast for the fifth instalment. The announcement was revealed at Disney’s D23 expo on Saturday (August 15th) after the star himself had previously expressed uncertainty as to whether he would get the nod.
Bloom, of course, was missing from the fourth movie On Stranger Tides back in 2011, having played Will Turner, one of the franchise’s central characters, in the first three movies dating back to 2003. But it seems now that his role will be revived in some way for the 2017 release Dead Men Tell No Tales alongside Johnny Depp’s eternal favourite Captain Jack Sparrow.
Orlando Bloom will be taking part in 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales'
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Spanish Actress Penelope Cruz Is Mourning The Loss Of Her Father Following His Death At The Age Of 62.
Eduardo Cruz passed away at his home in Spain after suffering a heart attack, and the sad news was confirmed to the country's HOLA! Magazine on Thursday (18Jun15) by his brother-in-law.
He had reportedly struggled with heart problems in recent years, and was hospitalised several times as he battled his condition.
Eduardo had three children - actresses Penelope and Monica and singer Eduardo, Jr. - from his marriage to Encarna Sanchez. He wed his second wife, Carmen, in 2014 and they have a three-year-old daughter named Salma.
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Real-life Couple Javier Bardem And Penelope Cruz Are Reuniting On The Big Screen For A Film About Infamous Drug Boss Pablo Escobar.
Bardem will portray the Colombian crime boss while his wife has been cast as Virginia Vallejo, the journalist who romanced Escobar in the 1980s.
The film, titled Escobar, will be based on Vallejo's memoir, Loving Pablo, Hating Escobar, and will be directed by Fernando Leon de Aranoa.
Bardem and Cruz, who wed in 2010, previously starred in Vicky Cristina Barcelona together, while Aranoa directed Bardem in Mondays in the Sun.
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The series was originally slated to be adapted by Warner Bros. 2012.
Fans of Stephen King can rejoice, as the famed author’s magical series The Dark Tower is finally coming to the big screen. Deadline reports that Sony will be distributing the series of movies, while a complementary TV series is also being developed by MRC.
The author has been patient with plans to bring his series to the big screen.
The series is set in a magical world and centers around Roland Deschain, the last living member of a knightly order known as the 'gunslingers'. The work has been described by the author as his magnum opus and has been called King’s answer to Tolkien’s Middle Earth novels.
While Sean Penn lends this thriller some political subtext, the fact remains that it's actually just another vacuous revenge fantasy from Taken director Pierre Morel. Clearly for Morel, the violence is the point, and any depth of meaning is irrelevant, which leaves the film superficially entertaining but a waste of the considerable talent on-screen.
Penn plays Jim, a charity worker in the wartorn 2006 Democratic Republic of Congo. His hot doctor girlfriend Annie (Jasmine Trinca) has no idea that Jim is secretly a black-ops sniper working with fellow mercenary commandos Cox, Felix and DuPont (Rylance, Bardem and Elba). Then their latest mission requires Jim to disappear. Eight years later in an all-new life, Jim discovers that someone is trying to kill him, so he travels to London to find Cox. When Jim's pursuers turn up, Cox sends him to talk to Felix, who now lives in Barcelona with Annie as his wife. With the mysterious killers still on his trail, Jim heads to Gibraltar to tie up the loose ends with DuPont, and finally discovers the truth about what's going on and who's behind it.
Yes, everything is leading to a brutal confrontation inventively set in a bull-fighting ring. But not much else here is either original or convincing. The whole African politics premise is little more than a plot device, while hopping from Congo to Britain to Spain does little more than change the background scenery. Otherwise, the script is so simplistic that it barely holds water, and each ambush, fight and chase sequence feels like something we've seen before. Especially since everything is both over-choreographed and gratuitously grisly. Still, Morel is great at creating a sense of tension that builds ominously from start to finish, adding some gritty urgency through corrupt politicians and self-serving businessmen. Unfortunately, the film continually sidelines these intriguing ideas for more mindlessly violent mayhem.
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1st March, 1969