11:23 AM EDT 12/22/2014
Originally posted 10/02/2014 11:40AM
The director and star says the L.A. eatery would serve up dishes from the foodie film
Originally posted 08/02/2014 10:15AM
Bill Murray knows a thing or two about appreciating the bare necessities of life – and apparently Disney agrees.
Originally posted 05/09/2014 05:30PM
Neighbors rocks the block, but Legends of Oz will make you want to stay in Kansas.
Originally posted 04/22/2010 02:00PM
Fans of the late Adam "DJ AM" Goldstein will be in for a special treat May 7 when Iron Man 2 hits theaters.
Just two months before his death by accidental drug overdose, DJ AM filmed a cameo for the highly-anticipated sequel, reports the Los Angeles Times. And, distraught by his death, director Jon Favreau grappled with whether or not to include the bittersweet scene.
"We tried to make it respectful, and for people who know him, they'll get a kick out of it, and for people who don't, it will sort of slide by without much notice," Favreau said, explaining many of the powerhouse deejay's friends encouraged him to keep the brief part.
In the scene, Tony Stark, – played by Robert Downey Jr. – throws his own birthday bash at his oceanfront Malibu mansion. With DJ AM spinning the tunes, a drunken Stark shows off his smooth moves to rapper Tupac Shakur's hit "California Love." Soon after, the wild party turns into a fight scene, and Stark says, "Adam, I need a fat beat."
Originally posted 03/18/2009 09:45AM
Vince Vaughn, let your pal John Favreau be the first one to welcome you to the "day shift."
Favreau, who has been married with children for a number of years, talked to PEOPLE about his friend and costar's recent engagement at the L.A. premiere of (fittingly) I Love You, Man, and what that means for Vaughn's lifestyle.
"Vince has been single for a number of years and we've been on different schedules," Favreau said. "He was sort of on the night shift; I was on the day shift, living on opposite ends of town."
And, he admits, as he settled down, "town" got smaller. "My trick really so far has been to work in town. I won't work on movies that as a director take me out of town. I like to be in California so I can be involved with my kids' school life, their personal life and be a dad and a husband," he said. "And that helps balance out the crazy hours and bigger than life career that I'm lucky to have."
Originally posted 11/21/2007 03:35PM
As Jon Favreau inched closer to his 40th birthday, he was also pushing 300 lbs. Ready for a change, the star turned to his wife Joya, a doctor of internal medicine.
"I finally said to her one day, 'I think at my age – I was pushing 40 at the time – that this is not the weight my body wants to be.' And she said, 'Well, you can lose weight,' " Favreau, 41, tells PEOPLE. "I went to Joya because she has always been my partner."
Originally posted 08/31/2006 01:35PM
Actor, screenwriter and director Jon Favreau and his physician wife Joya Tillem have welcomed their third child, daughter Brighton Rose Favreau, the actor's rep confirmed to PEOPLE.
Originally posted 05/07/2006 01:00PM
Actor, screenwriter and director Jon Favreau and his wife, physician Joya Tillem, are expecting their third child, Favreau's rep confirms to PEOPLE.
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