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Originally posted 06/30/2008 03:40PM
Mamma Mia! star Amanda Seyfried gets very excited if you mention a certain British actor and a former Bond man.
"He's so sexy, Colin Firth, so sexy [and] will always be," Seyfried, 22, told Entertainment Tonight as she giggled about her Mamma Mia! costar.
And she feels equally as lucky when it comes to sharing the screen with another handsome actor: Pierce Brosnan.
"Shooting in the summer of '07 on the 007 [sound]stage with a 007, that's one of the things he said to me, and I was like, 'You're right, I am lucky,' because he's a studly, studly man!" the actress says.
Originally posted 10/23/2006 08:40AM
Halle Berry, Pierce Brosnan, Cindy Crawford and Daryl Hannah were among the stars who turned out to protest a planned natural gas facility in Malibu on Sunday.
Originally posted 04/28/2005 08:50AM
DONATED: Halle Berry (class of '84) is true to her school, giving two of her designer gowns to Cleveland's Bedford High so they can be auctioned during a prom fashion show and raise money to send students on a field trip to the Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati. "She always said that if I need anything to let her know," Yvonne Sims, a guidance counselor and Berry's fifth-grade teacher, tells the Associated Press. (Berry has told InStyle that Sims was her childhood role model.) One dress is a knee-length geometric print that Berry wore on an Ebony magazine cover last year. The other is a white Versace halter-style she wore to a party after the debut of Lackawanna Blues, the HBO film she produced. Bidding, which ends Thursday, starts at $500 per dress.
Originally posted 01/28/2005 01:00PM
The Sundance Film Festival used to be about young filmmakers breaking through, but this year it's about middle-aged actors looking for a second wind. Pierce Brosnan, Kevin Costner, Michael Keaton and James Woods all show up in unlikely roles in movies screening in Park City, Utah.
Originally posted 11/18/2004 06:00AM
Pierce Brosnan slips into something more comfortable – a scruffy beard and beach clothes – for After the Sunset, a smooth Bahamas heist flick worlds away from the debonair James Bond. But with Salma Hayek as his costar, he's just as lucky with the ladies as 007. Brosnan, 52, recently chatted about going casual and creating his own paradise.
Originally posted 11/12/2004 06:00AM
The election is now ancient history and the country has moved on from all the conflict, right? Perhaps not quite. At this week's New York premiere of the sexy heist flick After the Sunset, we innocently asked star Pierce Brosnan whose suit he was wearing. He replied: "Michael Moore – I mean, Michael Kors!" Oops.
Originally posted 11/08/2004 09:00AM
BUSTED: Eight-time Olympic medalist swimmer Michael Phelps, 19, has been charged with driving under the influence, the Baltimore Sun reports. The swimmer, who made a major splash at the Athens Summer Games, was stopped Thursday at 11:30 p.m. by a Maryland State Police trooper in Salisbury, authorities said Monday. The trooper pulled Phelps over after he failed to halt at a stop sign. He was arrested and later charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, driving while impaired by alcohol, violation of a license restriction and failure to obey a traffic-control device. Two other passengers were in the car with Phelps when he was stopped. Police say the swimmer was cooperative during the entire process.
Originally posted 11/02/2004 08:00AM
SPECULATED: James Bond's current alter ego, Pierce Brosnan, 51, said at an entertainment awards ceremony in Dublin when asked who should replace him in 007's shoes: "I'll give it to Colin Farrell. He'll eat the head off them all." Farrell, 28, is soon to be seen in Oliver Stone's Alexander. Brosnan also said he is discussing a potential collaboration with director Quentin Tarantino, possibly a remake of the Ian Fleming 007 novel Casino Royale, Reuters reports. "We have discussed things, Quentin and I, but I don't know if it's going to be that particular project," Brosnan said.
Originally posted 07/30/2004 10:00AM
Will he or won't he – or is Pierce Brosnan just holding up Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer for more money?
Originally posted 03/05/2004 10:15AM
March 8, 2004SNOOP DOGG GETS HUGGY-ABLEDo rappers make better actors than rock stars? Snoop Dogg sure thinks so. "We take more art, more time on our craft," he says. "Once a rapper gets respect as an actor, it's his job to step all the way up and want to be the best because the rap world is so competitive." Snoop, whose real name is Calvin Broadus, has a supporting role as Huggy Bear in the big screen adaptation of Starsky & Hutch. The gig, he says, is one reason why fans are no longer intimidated by him. "People are starting to see me smile more, and see more and more appearances (that aren't) just rap. When I was Snoop Dogg the rapper, everybody was frightened because they didn't know what to expect. Now I have so many characters I've played and so much range in me, I'm approachable."
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