Looking for the perfect date movie for Valentine’s Day? Check out this behind-the-scenes sneak peek of “Winter’s Tale”!“Winter’s Tale,” starring Colin Farrell, Russell Crowe and Jessica Brown Findlay, opens in theaters on Feb. 14.
“The Dark Knight Rises” took the No. 1 spot at the box office for the third weekend in a row, beating out “Total Recall” and “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days.”
The third installment of director Christopher Nolan’s Batman franchise earned an estimated $36.4 million, bringing total sales to $354.6 million, reports the L.A. Times. Meanwhile, “Total Recall” – the sci-fi remake starring Colin Farrell – opened soft at $26 million.
“Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days,” the third offering in the children's comedy franchise, launched with $14.7 million in ticket sales.
The cast of “Total Recall” hit the red carpet on Wednesday to celebrate the opening of the new action flick.
“Extra’s” Ben Lyons sat down with the cast of “Total Recall,” including newly engaged Jessica Biel, who admitted she really hasn’t started planning her wedding to Justin Timberlake, but when she does, she’ll try to be prepared.
“Extra’s” Ben Lyons caught up with “Total Recall” stars Jessica Biel, Kate Beckinsale and Colin Farrell at Comic-Con 2012.
ONE, the anti-poverty advocacy organization co-founded by Bono, launched a provocative PSA titled "The F Word: Famine is the Real Obscenity" to draw attention to the growing famine in Somalia that has already killed more than 30,000 children in just three months.
The PSA features some of the biggest names from the worlds of entertainment, media and politics. Participants include: Bono, Jessica Alba, George Clooney, Jenna and Barbara Bush, Joe Jonas, Justin Long, Arianna Huffington, K'naan, NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Mike Huckabee, Kristin Davis, and Colin Farrell.
In the remake of the campy 1985 thriller, teenager Charley Brewster (Anton Yelchin) guesses that his new neighbor Jerry Dandrige (Colin Farrell) is a vampire who is killing the local folk, but no one believes him. The teen finally convinces Peter Vincent (David Tennant), the opportunistic host of Charley's favorite TV show, that Jerry is the real deal, and the two try to take the vampire down. Watch the trailer!
Actor Colin Farrell appeared to have let himself go for his new part in the comedy "Horrible Bosses."
The hunky actor wore a fat suit and looked like a cheesy used car salesman with a really bad comb over in this photo, courtesy of X17.