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Originally posted 10/22/2013 01:30AM
What happens when you get Sandra Bullock, Matthew McConaughey and Julia Roberts in the same room?
PEOPLE found out for you at Monday's Hollywood Film Awards – and we had a photo booth to document all of the behind-the-scenes action at the Beverly Hilton.
Among the first to work it for the cameras: Hollywood Supporting Actor Award honoree Jake Gyllenhaal, who was recognized for his work in Prisoners. Next up? Before Midnight costars (and Hollywood Screenwriter Award recipients) Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy, who were photo-bombed by none other than Jack Black. (Aren't you glad what happens in the photo booth doesn't stay in the photo booth?)
Originally posted 05/06/2011 06:25PM
Jack Black and his character, panda bear Po, crack up the Jolie-Pitt kids – but mom Angelina Jolie can't seem to catch a break.
"They know when Mommy's funny and when Mommy's not funny," the Kung Fu Panda 2 star, 35, tells USA Today. "They'll sit in a room and say, 'That's just not funny.' "
Jolie's kids – Maddox, 9, Pax, 7, Zahara, 6, Shiloh, 4, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 2 – became "part agents, part managers" for the actress, she says, and proved their understanding of the industry on set of the Panda sequel, which arrives in theaters May 26.
Originally posted 04/02/2011 09:45PM
Johnny Depp has wielded every sort of weapon imaginable in his various movie roles, but Saturday night the actor tried his hand at something equally powerful: a slime blaster.
While accepting high honors for best movie actor at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards live from the USC Galen Center in Los Angeles, Depp pointed the pump toward his screaming young fans, shooting out streams of the network's signature green goo.
"You guys are the future," Depp, 47, told the crowd just before he unleashed the slime. "Take good care of us."
Originally posted 12/07/2010 12:40PM
Jason Segel and Jack Black would like to serenade you this holiday season with a "rockified" new version of "Little Drummer Boy," following in the footsteps of David Bowie and Bing Crosby, who did a famous version in 1977.
The Gulliver's Travels costars certainly inject some new energy into the old standard – and into an animated video which accompanies the clip (watch it below). As Black tells PEOPLE: "Jason Segel and I wanted to generate some good karmic energy whilst rocking the house with this tasty Classic Jam. We want to send a big shout out to Bing and Bowie. Much love on this outstanding holiday season."
The song goes on sale on iTunes beginning Tuesday, with proceeds going to Blue Star Families, a nonprofit that connects, supports and empowers military families.
Originally posted 03/13/2009 10:30AM
Originally posted 11/13/2008 09:30AM
Jack Black looked dapper in a well-tailored tuxedo Wednesday night, as he attended a black-tie gala in honor of good pal Ben Stiller. But, he admitted, suiting up was a "humiliating" – and hysterical – ordeal.
"I only found out yesterday that this thing was black tie," the comedian told the audience at the American Museum of Moving Images Salute to Ben Stiller in New York. "And I've got to say that I hate black tie. I was going to say screw it. I was just going to wear my jockies and trench coat."
What changed his mind?
"I found out that I was going to be sitting next to [Robert] DeNiro and P. Diddy. And they were going to be looking very sharp .... So I went over to Berdorf Goodman and I said, 'Show me your finest tux!' "
And that's when butterball Black ran into trouble. "The lady there was like, 'Your neck ... it's too big. It's too big for this store! I'm sorry Jack Black, but you might want to go to Big and Tall.' "
Originally posted 09/11/2008 03:00PM
Fatherhood has driven funnyman Jack Black to tears – of sentimentality.
"I cry all the time. I always cry at movies and sometimes even cry at ads," the actor tells the October issue of British Cosmopolitan.
"The other day I was watching one for a cereal," he continues. "The father's trying to feed the baby and it calls him mama. He keeps going, 'It's dada.' I came over all sniffly because it happened to me! Sammy (his 2-year-old son) didn't call me dada for ages."
Earlier this year Black, 39, became a father of two when his wife Tanya Haden, 36, gave birth to son Tommy. "It was great," he tells the magazine. And naturally: "I cried!"
Originally posted 08/06/2008 01:20PM
It was an attack Camp Pendleton didn't see coming: Ben Stiller, Jack Black and Robert Downey Jr. brought a full-scale laugh assault to the Marines there as they presented a special screening of their military-themed action-comedy, Tropic Thunder.
"We were really excited to show this movie to the military personnel who do so much for our country," Ben Stiller said in a statement. "I think they really got a kick out of seeing a bunch of spoiled actors complaining about how hard it is to do a war movie. But seriously, it was really hard. We almost did a boot camp, but then decided on a cast dinner instead."
Like a film premiere, there was a red carpet at the base's MCC Base Theater – only it was (fittingly) combat green-colored. And once the film's stars were inside the theater, they spent time meeting the troops, posing for pictures and then introduced the film.
Tropic Thunder blasts into theaters Aug. 13.
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