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Originally posted 02/07/2014 04:00PM
The Lego Movie is pretty fantastic for a feature-length commercial, but George Clooney's long-delayed The Monuments Men isn't worthy of its esteemed cast.
Originally posted 01/20/2014 07:00PM
You'd have to be Mel Brooks to write a hilarious movie that prominently features Nazis, but George Clooney and his writing partner, Grant Heslov, have penned a poignant but often funny action-thriller in The Monuments Men.
Originally posted 12/16/2013 06:00AM
Oh, the weather outside is frightful, but Taylor Swift's birthday was delightful. So bundle up – here's what you missed this weekend:
5. John Goodman Tries on Jeggings ... Enough SaidGoodman hosted Saturday Night Live this weekend, meaning we got to watch him squeeze into a pair of jeggings and dress up as Dog the Bounty Hunter.
Watch him in action.
Originally posted 12/15/2013 01:00PM
John Goodman hosted Saturday Night Live this weekend – and he dressed up as Dog the Bounty Hunter and attempted to squeeze into a pair of jeggings.
Which was more scarring? Who can say.
The cold open nicely skewered the Mandela funeral's errant sign language interpreter and saw German Chancellor Angela Merkel begging President Barack Obama for a selfie.
Originally posted 10/11/2013 11:30AM
After an end-of-summer smash as an astronaut in Gravity, George Clooney will be back onscreen for the holidays, this time in dashing military uniform, saving the world from the Nazis and priceless art from Hitler's grasp.
He gets some help in this feel-good war drama from Bill Murray, John Goodman and Matt Damon. But it's Cate Blanchett, looking pristine in World War II period garb, who appears to steal the show – at least as far as things look in the newly released trailer for The Monuments Men, set to open Dec. 18.
"How can I help you steal our stolen art?" ponders a gamine and decidedly French-acting Blanchett in the film, co-written and directed by Clooney.
Originally posted 05/21/2013 11:15AM
If you've seen 2009's The Hangover, there's no forgetting Tyler (a.k.a. Carlos), the wide-eyed baby boy who tags along with Zach Galifianakis, Bradley Cooper and Ed Helms in Las Vegas.
And there's no mistaking him four years later in The Hangover Part III, in theaters Friday.
"The cheeks kinda give it away, right?" his mom, Carrie Holmquist, jokes to PEOPLE. In honor of the third installment (the last of the series, promises director Todd Phillips), we give you a trio of little known, fun facts about the littlest member of the franchise.
Originally posted 09/24/2012 04:15PM
While the Toronto International Film Festival may be over, PEOPLE went behind the scenes to capture some of the world's biggest stars.
Ben Affleck – who was promoting his spy thriller Argo (Affeck directed and stars) told his costars, John Goodman, Bryan Cranston and Alan Arkin to "look mean" while they playfully tossed popcorn in the air during their photo shoot.
"I've never had so much fun whoring myself out for a movie," Goodman joked at the Shangri-La Hotel.
Originally posted 08/05/2010 03:00PM
John Goodman is no longer a couch potato.
"I know it sounds sappy, but it was a waste," the 58-year-old actor tells PEOPLE. "It takes a lot of creative energy to sit on your ass and figure out what you're going to eat next ... I wanted to live life better."
Mission accomplished: The Treme actor has lost more than 100 lbs. thanks to his healthy new lifestyle. He quit drinking three years ago and hired Mackie Shilstone – a health coach who has trained many athletes including tennis player Serena Williams. Now Goodman has cut sugar from his diet and works out six days a week. "I'm breaking a sweat but I'm not going nuts," he says.
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