Sandra Bullock reminisces about how George Clooney once acted as her wing-man.
Sandra Bullock has revealed how George Clooney once acted as cupid and helped her find a boyfriend. On Monday (26th October), Bullock appeared at the L.A. premiere of her new film, Our Brand Is Crisis, when she detailed how Clooney once helped with her love life.
Sandra Bullock at the L.A. premiere of Our Brand Is Crisis, October 2015.
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Eric Decker and Jesse James Decker - Pregnant country singer Jessie James Decker and her husband, New York Jets wide receiver Eric Decker, host the 'Paw It Forward' pop-up pet park launch at the Flatiron Pedestrian Plaza at Flatiron Pedestrian Plaza - New York City, New York, United States - Friday 1st May 2015
Tattoo artist and model Kat Von D has called off her seven month engagement with DJ Deadmau5.
Kat Von D, the American tattooist and LA Ink TV personality has announced via Twitter that it's "over" between her and Canadian producer/performer Deadmau5 after they became engaged in December 2012. The heavily tattooed model suggested via Twitter that Deadmau5, AKA Joel Zimmerman, cheated on her. After initially tweeting, "Man, I'm a fool," she tweeted, "Cheating on your loved one is the most hurtful thing one could do. I hate to have to admit, that this relationship is indeed over", following up with, "Onwards and upwards," though she didn't name names.
Kat Von D [R] And Former Fiance Deadmau5 (Only Joking).
Seems Deadmau5 isn't too broken-hearted - the 32 year-old tweeted prior to Von D's confirmation regarding apparently parting ways with his record label: "Well now that I'm finally free... Lets put out some music! Lake mead day to celebrate today, then back to work on Friday :)." Still, can't have come at a good time for 31 year-old Kat, who can now count Deadmau5 alongside TV personality Jesse James in her list of previous fiancés.
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Former husband to Sandra Bullock marries, for fourth time
Jesse James has well and truly gotten over his past relationships, with Kat Von D and Sandra Bullock, it seems. People magazine have reported that the custom motorcycle builder has tied the knot with drag car racer Alexis DeJoria, at her father’s home in Malibu. James has led something of a chequered past; he has been married three times before, was caught cheating when he was married to Bullock and has endured custody battles with his ex-wife, the porn star / producer Janine Lindemulder. In September 2011, Jesse broke of his engagement to the famous tattoo artist Kat Von D.
It looks as though the 43 year-old is finally ready to settle down though and has married Alexis at her father, John Paul DeJoria’s home. Her father, for the record, is the man behind the Paul Mitchell hair care products line and the Patron Spirits Company. The rings that they exchanged at the wedding were designed by the popular jeweller Neil Lane. The couple live together in Austin, Texas, where Jesse recently relaunched his custom motorcycle shop, West Coast Choppers. DeJria drives on the drag circuit.
In the past, Jesse has claimed that his great great grandfather is the cousin of the notorious outlaw Jesse James. However, no evidence can be found to support his claim. The James Preservation Trust, who track the various claims that people make of being related to him, have questioned Jesse’s statement and have so far not been provided with proof.
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Jesse James passed the stage of third time lucky a long time ago, and he'll be hoping his quintet of engagements wont turn into a sextet, as he is due to marry Drag Racer, Alexis DeJoria, 35, according to Yahoo News.
James was famously married to Sandra Bullock, which is probably his biggest fame to claim. He was the host of the reality TV shows Jesse James is a Dead Man on Spike TV, Monster Garage, on the Discovery Channel, and was the focus of the documentary Motorcycle Mania, also on Discovery. Jesse James also appeared in the Tony Hawk's Underground 2 video game, but none of that compares to being married to a Hollywood star, let alone a public break up. Their marriage lasted five years and ended amid a flurry of extra-marital affair rumors. His latest interest is Alexis Dejora, daughter of John Paul DeJoria, co-founder of billionaire hair care giant Paul Mitchell, so she's got some financial clout behind her for sure.
They'll have a fair bit in common, with James' love of automobile customisation and Dejoria's penchant for racing them combining to create an apparent synergy of love. Still, they've only been dating for month, as some twitter followers noticed. "I used to admire you now I feel sorry for you. Moving in and getting engaged to a guy you've been dating for a month," one angry follower posted to her, to which DeJoria replied: "Am I supposed to wait till I'm married to sleep with a man too?! Lol! You've been brainwashed into what society says is right."
Jesse James Wednesday 2nd November 2011 attends a press conference to discuss the new titles from 'Jesse James Presents' Home Video Series, at the Sema Convention inside the Las Vegas Convention Center Las Vegas, Nevada
A Dog of Flanders is one of many exceptions to this rule.
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Now the studios have commissioned a straight-ahead remake.After all, why go to the bother of writing new stories, or for that matter,coming up with material for another sequel? This way no one needs to thinkof anything at all.
Written by Scott Kosar (the 2003 "Texas Chainsaw Massacre"remake), the new "Amityville Horror" begins in 1974 with a flashbackto the catalyst murders, steeped in darkness and lit by intermittent, flickeringflashes of lightning.
A year later, the Lutz family moves into the creepy housewith the big eye-like windows. George (RyanReynolds) is the second husband of Kathy (MelissaGeorge), who has three children from a previous marriage.
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In Spike Jonze and Charlie Kaufman's ingeniously idiosyncratic showbiz semi-farce "Adaptation" there is a running gag about a typically bogus Hollywood-thriller screenplay called "The 3," in which a preposterous, nonsensical twist ending reveals the three main characters to be different personalities in a schizophrenic's mind.
In this week's "The Butterfly Effect," a superficially chilling high-concept horror movie full of paradox-packed time-loop contortions, the entire plot depends on just such cursory twists, none of which stand up to much intellectual scrutiny.
Stoner-comedy staple Ashton Kutcher -- who, like a young Keanu Reeves, is hard to take seriously in any non-stoner role -- stars as Evan Treborn, a double-psychology major (snicker, snicker) working on an memory assimilation thesis inspired by blackouts he suffered as a child during several traumatic events.
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The handful of battle scenes that make up a good hour of "Pearl Harbor" are adrenaline-pumping and hyper-realistic on a massive scale.
You feel the impact of every single 7.7mm round from dive-bombing Japanese Zeros as they rip through pavement, planes and people in the infamous attack around which the film in centered. Director Michael Bay's camera goes inside cockpits, rides along on bombs from release to explosion, captures the terror of a torpedo in the water from the deck of a ship and includes some of the best special effects ever put on film.
The money shot is a hull-buckling blast that rips through the USS Arizona. It makes being on a luxury liner hit by an iceberg look like a 25-cent carnival ride.
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A well-intentioned adaptation of a popular 19th Century children's story, the unfortunate film "A Dog of Flanders" plays like one of those medicinal family movies kids of generations past used to reluctantly watch over Sunday night TV dinners once the football games were over.
Full of flat acting from apple-cheeked children and miscast demi-stars with (at best) waning marquee power, it's a Dickensian yarn about a Dutch orphan who lives with his dying grandfather, saves a mangy mutt (easily the ugliest movie dog in history) from a cruel owner, develops a crush on a judgmental mill owner's daughter, discovers his inborn ability to paint through the tutelage of a wise old mentor and his admiration for the works of Peter Paul Rubens, enters an art contest and loses, gets booted from his modest home by a mean old landlord, and just about every other cheap, dramatic Victorian-era cliche you can think of.
Saddled with shopworn roadblocks (falsely accused of starting a barn fire, caught in a blizzard) to an inevitably happy ending that, of course, involves a revelation about the boy's father (one which the audience picks up on in the second reel), "A Dog of Flanders" is so busy dolling out life lessons that director Kevin Brodie apparently never stopped to think about making the movie entertaining.
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