The actress reveals she has turned to a stationary bike to get her heart rate up and work up a sweat.
She tells Shape magazine, "I tore cartilage in my knee while dancing in Moulin Rouge! (and) now I'm obsessed with spinning and I'm always trying to get people into it.
Continue reading: Nicole Kidman Turns To Spinning After Moulin Rouge! Injury
David Furnish has confirmed Justin Timberlake and Sir Elton John have been having ''conversations'' about him playing the 'Rocket Man' singer in a new biopic.
The 'Rocket Man' singer's husband David Furnish has confirmed it is looking increasingly likely the 'Social Network' star will sign on, but they are currently seeking a director that all those involved with the project are comfortable with.
He told E! News: ''We're search for a director. It's important we all share the same vision.
Continue reading: Justin Timberlake In Elton Biopic Talks
Justin Timberlake is taking Sir Elton John's offer to portray him in biopic 'Rocket Man' ''very seriously''.
The British singer has previously said he is very keen to have Justin portray him in the film - thought to be named 'Rocket Man' - and now the 'Social Network' star is giving thought to the huge part.
A source told E! News: "Justin is taking it very seriously. He's working with his people to figure out exactly how to respond."
Continue reading: Justin Timberlake 'Serious' About Elton Role
Justin Timberlake is Sir Elton John's first choice to play him in the forthcoming biopic about his life.
The legendary singer has revealed The Script has been written for the movie - provisionally entitled 'Rocket Man' - and casting will soon take place, although the 'Social Network' star is his top choice for the part.
He said: "We have a director on board and then it's just going to be a matter of getting the script exactly the way we want it. Lee Hall has written the script - he wrote' Billy Elliot' - and then we'll start trying to cast and plan.
Continue reading: Justin Timberlake To Play Elton John?
Ewan McGregor admits he did not plan his career and considers himself lucky to have done well.
Ewan McGregor did not have a "career plan".
The Scottish actor - who has appeared in blockbuster movies including 'Moulin Rouge', 'Star Wars' and 'Angels & Demons' - admits he has never thought about how he would go about getting a job in Hollywood and is "lucky" things have gone well, but still misses his wife Eve and four daughters when he isn't with them.
He said: "The funny thing is that I've never had a career plan. In fact, I don't know what one is. It's just moved along at its own pace and luckily everything has fallen into place. The only downside with my work is that I'm away from the wife and kids for long periods of time, and that's hard. Really hard."
Continue reading: Ewan Mcgregor Didn't Have 'Career Plan'
The part of penniless poet Christian in the 2001 movie musical eventually went to Scottish actor Ewan MCGregor but Luhrmann admits it took months of auditions to find the right man for the job.
He tells MTV.com, "I saw everyone. I have audition material of people you wouldn't believe. I know who can really sing, people who've got amazing voices, from that process.
"Dear Heath Ledger, (he had) incredible scenes with Nicole. Because at one stage, Christian was very young, he was a younger guy, and then I was aware of Ewan but I didn't know if he could sing.
Continue reading: Gyllenhaal And Ledger Auditioned For Moulin Rouge!
The TV star admits she auditioned for the role of Satine before producers decided to go for a bigger name.
And she wowed movie executives with a routine she worked out with her super-producer dad.
Jones tells Eonline.com, "You had to sing a song and I decided I wanted to sing and play a song. I wanted to play this arrangement of Somewhere from West Side Story that my dad had done for Aretha Franklin.
Continue reading: Jones Was Up For Moulin Rouge Role
Paris Hilton's 30th birthday cake was stolen by a Los Angeles musician only known as 'Paz', who crashed her party.
Paris Hilton's 30th birthday cake was stolen by a party-crasher.
The hotel heiress threw a bash at V-Moda Fortress, a private house in the Hollywood Hills, on Tuesday night (15.02.11) and an uninvited guest, a Los Angeles musician only known as 'Paz', made off with the special treat.
Paz - who got into the bash through his "well-connected buddy Kevin" - decided to take the three-tiered red cake after realising it wasn't being served to the 300 guests.
Continue reading: Paris Hilton Had Birthday Cake Stolen
Nicole Kidman feared she'd made a huge mistake when she arrived in Spain to shoot creepy film The Others after realising the script she'd read had been overhauled.
The Australian actress admits she fought with director Alejandro Amenabar for two weeks in an effort to persuade him to rethink his script changes, which turned her character into a child-beating mother.
As part of a recent roundtable discussion chaired by trade paper The Hollywood Reporter and featuring Edward Norton, Forest Whitaker and Ben Affleck, the actress revealed, "I read the script and thought, 'Great.' Then I went and did Moulin Rouge.
"I went back and read the script, and there had been a rewrite on it, and I thought, 'This isn't the film I wanted to make.'
"I arrived in Spain and in this script, I am hitting a child - and I saw this film as being about a mother's love for her children, not her desire to kill the children.
"There was conflict for about two weeks between us (Kidman and Amenabar), and we ended up with a great experience together. (Later) he said, 'I am so glad you fought for that.'"
Kidman admits her ex-husband Tom Cruise helped her through the experience: "He'd be like, 'Nic, go in and voice your concerns. Trust me, it will be appreciated.'"
British funnyman Sacha Baron Cohen's singing has reportedly been cut from Tim Burton's forthcoming SWEENEY TODD movie, because it's so bad.
The BORAT and ALI G creator plays SIGNOR ADOLFO PIRELLI - the arch-rival of Johnny Depp's SWEENEY TODD, The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street - in the big screen version of the hit musical.
British newspaper The Sun reports Burton has given Cohen permission to rap his songs, because his singing voice isn't good enough.
A film insider says, "Pirelli is a notoriously demanding role with some difficult songs.
"Any professional singer would struggle. So Sacha has been told to go for a rap style. It will be a bit like Jim Broadbent's performance in Moulin Rouge!. That won him a BAFTA.
"Sacha is going to do a fantastic job but he couldn't cut it with the singing. His voice was too low."