In his 30-plus years in cinema, Vincent Gallo has been both hero and villain, winning wide acclaim for his directorial debut Buffalo '66 (1998) but intense derision from critics for The Brown Bunny (2003) because of a scene depicting explicit unsimulated oral sex between Gallo and actress Chloë Sevigny. It's hard to tell what sort of reaction Gallo's latest movie, writer-director Davide Manuli's The Legend Of Kaspar Hauser, will generate because we're not even quite sure what to make of it. Presumably, the movie has something to do with Kaspar Hauser, the German youth whose mysterious upbringing has baffled historians for centuries, but based on the bizarre teaser trailer that was just released, it appears Legend has more in common with desert raves and ... aliens. watch the teaser trailer >> Posted 01.17.12 by BrentJS
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Today is January 3, which everyone knows is the day Lindsay Lohan can leave the Betty Ford Clinic and begin
getting into trouble again her comeback. LiLo is scheduled to be released sometime later today, but this morning TMZ reports Lindsay may stay at the rehab center until the weekend for additional treatment.
While Lohan is checking out, David Arquette is checking in to rehab for alcohol and other issues. This will come as no surprise to anyone who heard his recent interview with Howard Stern, where he said he's "been drinking a lot," or seen the drunken Christmas weekend video, where he rambles incoherently and hops through traffic like a real-life Frogger.
Almost as low-key as the 7-year-long Mila Kunis–Macaulay Culkin relationship is the news that the couple split "some time ago," but wanted to keep it quiet while Kunis promoted the critic-adored ballet thriller Black Swan.
Two weeks after telling Playboy she's "into a little hair pulling," and that she will "probably have to go to therapy at some point" for on-screen oral sex performance with director Vincent Gallo in 2003's Brown Bunny, Chloë Sevigny showed off a bikini while on vacation in Miami.
Speaking of Playboy, more details are emerging about founder Hugh Hefner's engagement to former Playmate Crystal Harris that paint Hef as a hopeless romantic rather than legendary lothario. Posted 01.03.11 by reelz
Variety is reporting several casting deals today.
Christopher Walken and Alessandro Nivola (Junebug, Face/Off) will be teaming up in Five Dollars a Day, a road movie in which Walken plays a conman and Nivola the son who's been jailed for his crimes. Nigel Cole (Calendar Girls, A Lot Like Love) will direct...
...Liev Schreiber (The Painted Veil, Kate & Leopold) and Jamie Bell (Billy Elliot, King Kong) will be joining Daniel Craig in Defiance, the Edward Zwick (Blood Diamond) written and directed drama about Polish brothers who join the Russian resistance during the Holocaust...
...Director D.J. Caruso will be re-teaming with Shia LaBeouf after their blockbuster turn in Disturbia for another thriller, Eagle Eye. Michelle Monaghan (Mission: Impossible III, North Country) has just been cast opposite Shia as a single mother who must infiltrate a cell plotting a political assassination after they are wrongly accused of being terrorists. MTV.com recently reported that Rosario Dawson has also signed onto the movie...
...MTV is also reporting that William Hurt has a juicy role coming up in a new Julie Delpy drama/romance. The Countess, which Delpy wrote and will star in and direct, is about Elizabeth Bathory, a Hungarian countess who lived during the 16th century and also happened to be a serial killer. Radha Mitchell (Melinda and Melinda, Finding Neverland) and Vincent Gallo (The Brown Bunny, Buffalo 66) are also confirmed. Posted 08.09.07 by reelz