01:36 PM EDT 04/13/2013
Originally posted 01/31/2013 10:15AM
They only get better with age.
Denzel Washington and Judi Dench have been honored with the top acting prizes by this year's Movies for Grownups Awards, presented by AARP, celebrating actors over 50 and films made for older audiences.
Dench, 78, was celebrated for her work on The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, also starring Bill Nighy, Maggie Smith and Tom Wilkinson, which was also named best picture.
Originally posted 10/08/2012 01:30PM
As the new Bond girl, Bérénice Marlohe couldn't feel luckier – except for one thing.
"Well, I missed Daniel Craig naked, unfortunately," she tells November's issue of Maxim about conflicting shooting schedules on the latest 007 caper, Skyfall, opening Nov. 9.
While she didn't get to see the handsome hunk who plays James Bond in the buff, the sultry French actress, 33, does reveal about the movie: "It's a terrific script. And I think they've never had such a great cast, like Ralph Fiennes, Daniel Craig, Javier Bardem, Judi Dench ... and Bérénice Marlohe."
Originally posted 05/21/2012 07:20AM
James Bond is back, hunky, handsome and shirtless as ever, and once again played by Daniel Craig, in his third outing as Agent 007.
Unveiled on Monday: the trailer for Bond's 23rd screen adventure, Skyfall, due in U.S. theaters Nov. 9, and costarring Javier Bardem and French actress Bérénice Marlohe as the new Bond Girl, named Severine.
In the brief film clip, Bond/Craig is shown against a variety of international locations, while a location posting states that the production is currently in Turkey. Scenes were recently shot in the Grand Bazaar of Istanbul, where nearly half a century ago Sean Connery's Bond first encountered Turkish ally Kerim Bey (Pedro Armendériz) and blonde Bond Girl Tatiana Romanova (Daniela Bianchi), for the classic From Russia, with Love.
Originally posted 02/20/2012 07:00AM
For any actress, it's just something that comes with the job. Before the big screen, and before filming even begins, Dame Judi Dench has to read the script.
But that part of her job is proving to be difficult, says Dench, because her vision is failing.
"I can't read scripts any more because of the trouble with my eyes," she tells the U.K.'s Mirror. "And so somebody comes in and reads them to me, like telling me a story."
The Oscar-winning actress, 77, says she has been diagnosed with macular degeneration, a condition, characterized by damage to the retina, that can lead to blindness.
Originally posted 12/04/2009 11:15AM
It was a solo act, but Kate Hudson dazzled the crowd in London's Leicester Square Thursday night for the glamorous world premiere of the all-star movie musical Nine.
Wearing a white strapless gown encrusted with crystals and vertigo-inducing white platform heels, Hudson – currently linked to Yankee star Alex Rodriguez – walked the red carpet by herself and told reporters that her all-singing, all-dancing role was a dream come true, not only for herself but for Ryder, her 5-year-old son with former husband, musician Chris Robinson.
"It's like the most exhilarating, joyful thing in the world – I had so much fun," said the 1998 Oscar nominee, who plays a flirtatious journalist in Nine. She told PEOPLE that the film, based on the 1982 Tony-winning Broadway musical (which, in turn, was loosely based on Italian film director Federico Fellini's slightly autobiographical 1963 8½), made quite an impression on her boy, who often traveled with her to the set.
Originally posted 03/19/2009 11:20AM
As Broadway prepares to dim its lights Thursday night in her memory, the shock and sadness over Natasha Richardson's untimely death is still settling in among the theatrical and filmmaking communities, with reactions pouring in from both sides of the Atlantic from several generations of fellow performers, including Ralph Fiennes, Judi Dench, Jane Fonda and Lindsay Lohan.
"For everyone who knew and loved her, Natasha's death is a terrible, devastating loss. She was a star. A great actress, a beautiful woman, a fiercely loyal friend, a brilliant and generous companion," said Fiennes, 46, a longtime friend who costarred with Richardson in 2001's Maid in Manhattan. "She was an adoring and loving wife and mother. She was unique. My thoughts and prayers go out to Liam and her beautiful sons, Michael and Danny and to all her family. I cannot imagine a world without her wit, her love, her mischief, her great, great talent and her gift for living. I loved her very much. She was a supreme friend. I shall miss her deeply."
Originally posted 03/11/2002 11:00AM
The Oscar nominee for "Iris" decides to take a needed respite from acting since the death of her husband; country music star Loretta Lynn gets an honorary award.
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