Archive for January 2010
Caligula director Tinto Brass has decided to make the first 3D porn film, it has emerged.
According to Hollywood Reporter, the helmer plans to “revisit an abandoned project about a Roman emperor that was ruined by Americans”, hinting that the film may be a remake of Caligula.
The plot revolves around the life of Roman Emperor Gaius Caesar Germanicus, popularly known as Caligula.
The earlier film starring Helen Mirren was in collaboration between Brass and the Penthouse publisher Bob Guccione.
However, they fell out over the final cut, with Guccione secretly adding a number of explicit sexual scenes in post-production, reports the BBC News.
The shooting of the new film, the first 3D film to be made in Italy, is scheduled to begin in May.
Katie Price a.k.a. Jordan’s cage fighter beau Alex Reid has won Celebrity Big Brother.
Reid emerged victorious with 65 per cent of the public vote with singer Dane Bowers getting the second place.
Football hardman turned Hollywood actor Vinnie Jones came third, reports the Telegraph.
After been adjudged a winner, Reid, who was booed by crowds as the show got under way, said, “I love Katie Price. I really love her.”
Jordan was thought to be at the studio to greet him.
She sensationally dumped Reid on ITV reality show I”m a Celebrity … but the pair are thought to have got back together before he went into the house.
When asked by show host Davina McCall how he was feeling, Reid replied: “Very overwhelmed.”
“What a fantastic start to the New Year. Vinnie has been very inspirational to me.
He added: “I”m not getting booed now. I am absolutely speechless. My whole agenda was to be myself. I”m a good guy.”
Michael Jackson’s personal doctor could be charged over the death of the King of Pop, it has emerged.
Dr Conrad Murray, who has been at the centre of the probe since the star’s death on June 25 last year, may face charges “as early as next week”, according to TMZ.
The medic was said to have roped in Hollywood lawyer J. Michael Flanagan amid fears he would be charged with involuntary manslaughter for administering the powerful sedative propofol to Jackson hours before his death, reports the Couriermail.
Flanagan said he was “probably the only attorney in town that has successfully tried a propofol case involving death.”
Jackson died aged 50 at his LA mansion after suffering cardiac arrest. The Los Angeles County coroner ruled his death as a homicide
Daniel Craig is set to star as an alien-fighting cowboy in new film ‘Cowboys and Aliens,’ it has emerged.
Seemingly, the James Bond will play the character of Zeke Jackson, a cowboy who unites with Native Americans to help fight off an invasion of aliens in the 1800s.
The film has been adapted from Fred Van Lente’s graphic novel.
Earlier, Robert Downey Jr. was supposed to do the role, reports the Daily Telegraph.
However, he withdrew, as he was reportedly busy shooting ‘Sherlock Holmes 2.’
Avatar’ fans Down Under are learning the Na’vi language spoken in the film.
Almost a total of 12000 Australians are using http://www.learnnavi.org to master the 1000 listed words.
US designer Sebastian Wolff who has set up the site said he had “vastly underestimated interest” in the language.
“Having anticipated no more than a few hundred visitors, the website is getting 15,000 daily visitors, 70 per cent of them new,” the Daily Telegraph quoted him as saying.
Meanwhile, a mountain China has reportedly been named after the movie.
Kate Moss has ditched her greyish blue highlights to go back to her blonde colour in Paris.
The British supermodel left onlookers gasping after she was spotted with the bizarre streaks at the launch of a new range of Longchamp handbags.
But the 36-year-old catwalk queen, who coloured her strands for just one-night, returned to her usual honey blonde as she treaded fashion house Balmain, reports the Daily Express.
Stylist of the Year Mark Woolley said: “The revelation that Kate’s new streaks were for one night only simply cement her position as trendsetter extraordinaire. No doubt the look will be recreated up and down the country.”
Mel Gibson has confessed he has little faith in US President Barack Obama’s capabilities to “fix” United States.
The controversial actor made the revelation at the Hollywood premiere of his latest drama thriller “Edge of Darkness” that is based on dark politics.
“[Obama] is a man with an impossible task on his hands. He got left a mess and I wish him all the best but I don’t think he’s going to fix it in five minutes and probably not in his entire tenure,” Fox News quoted him as telling Pop Tarts.
The Passion of the Christ director went on to talk about the new film featuring him as a homicide detective, who gets caught in an investigation into the murder of his activist daughter.
He said: “It picks the scab off the governmental, corporate paranoia – the under the table workings that happen. I think we”ve lost our naiveté, I don’t think we have any pretension that what most of our leaders are doing is leading us to the slaughterhouse.”