“Extra’s” Jerry Penacoli sat down with Kevin Spacey for an exclusive interview in Cancun, Mexico, where Spacey was meeting with President Enrique Pena Nieto promoting tourism.
Television’s biggest stars will be heading to the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles on Sunday for the 2013 Emmy Awards.
The show, hosted by Neil Patrick Harris, could be the most exciting in years, with Netflix in the running for “House of Cards.”
The Emmy Awards are right around the corner, and we’ve got the scoop on fashion, predictions and more. Watch!
In honor of TV’s big night, the Hollywood Reporter is releasing a double cover featuring Jerry Seinfeld and Tina Fey. Check it out!
The 2013 Primetime Emmy Awards could be the most exciting race in years! Not only did Netflix make history by nabbing a drama series nomination for “House of Cards,” Betty White and Julia Louis-Dreyfus are headed for the TV history books as well.
Actor Kevin Spacey is clearly a pro at the photobomb! The “House of Cards” star delighted and shocked a tourist in Boston when he joined her for a shot of the George Washington statue.
Here's a preview of what's opening in theaters this weekend, including the third "Paranormal Activity"; the swashbuckling "The Three Musketeers"; the taut financial drama "Margin Call," starring Demi Moore and Zachary Quinto; and the British comedy "Johnny English Reborn," starring Rowan Atkinson.
'The Three Musketeers' (Oct. 21)
Who: Logan Lerman, Orlando Bloom, Ray Stevenson, Matthew Macfadyen, Milla Jovovich; directed by Paul W.S. Anderson What: As another re-telling of the classic Alexander Dumas novel, it centers on the hot-headed young D'Artagnan (Lerman) along with three former legendary but now down on their luck Musketeers who must unite and defeat a beautiful double agent and her villainous employer from seizing the French throne and engulfing Europe in war.
'Footloose' (Oct. 14)
Who: Julianne Hough, Kenny Wormald, Dennis Quaid, Andie MacDowell; directed by Craig Brewer What: City kid Ren McCormack moves to a small town where rock music and dancing have been banned. His rebellious spirit shakes up the populace.
'Johnny English Reborn' (Oct. 21)
Who: Rowan Atkinson, Rosamund Pike, Gillian Anderson, Dominic West; directed Oliver Parker What: Johnny English goes up against international assassins hunting down the Chinese premier.
'Fireflies in the Garden' (Oct. 14)
Who: Julia Roberts, Ryan Reynolds, Willem Dafoe, Emily Watson; directed by Dennis Lee What: The Taylor family is devastated by an accident that takes place on the day their matriarch (Roberts) is due to graduate from college — decades after leaving to raise her children.
'The Thing' (Oct. 14)
Who: Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Joel Edgerton, Eric Christian Olsen, Ulrich Thomsen; directed by Matthijs van Heijningen Jr. What: In this prequel to the 1982 John Carpenter sci-fi classic, we see what happens to the Norwegian scientific team after they dig an alien form from the Antarctic ice.
'The Big Year' (Oct. 14)
Who: Steve Martin, Owen Wilson, Jack Black, JoBeth Williams, Rosamund Pike; directed by David Frankel What: Three avid bird watchers compete to spot the rarest birds in North America at a prestigious annual event.
'The Ides of March' (Oct. 7)
Who: George Clooney, Ryan Gosling, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Paul Giamatti, Evan Rachel Wood, Marisa Tomei; directed by George Clooney What: An idealistic campaign manager (Gosling) learns a lesson or two in political games while working for a left-wing governor (Clooney) running for president.
'Real Steel' (Oct. 7)
Who: Hugh Jackman, Evangeline Lilly, Dakota Goyo; directed by Shawn Levy What: Set in the near future, robot boxing is a top sport. A struggling promoter and former boxer (Jackman) and his estranged 11-year-old son think they may have found a champion in a discarded robot and go up against the big guys.
At the 2010 AFI Fest Presented Audi premiere of "Casino Jack," stars Kevin Spacey, Barry Pepper, Jon Lovitz and Rachel Lefevre -- paid special tribute to their director, George Hickenlooper, who died of a heart attack Oct. 30 at age 47.
The film centers on hot shot Washington D.C. lobbyist Jack Abramoff, who goes down hard when his schemes to peddle influence lead to corruption and murder.
"It's very strange not having him standing next to me," Spacey told "Extra." "He was like a kid, fantastic to work with. He made an entertaining film that may shed some light on a process that needs to be cleaned up."
Hear what the others had to say about Hickenlooper and their film.
They sure are! Oscar-winning actor Robert De Niro will receive the Cecil B. De Mille Award in January at the 68th annual Golden Globes.
In an announcement Tuesday by Hollywood Foreign Press Association President Philip Berk and actor Kevin Spacey, De Niro's career achievement award was voted by the association's board of directors, recognizing the actor's many accomplishments.
De Niro has won two Oscars, for "The Godfather, Part II" and "Raging Bull," and has appeared in more than 70 films, including the classic "Taxi Driver." He'll be starring in the upcoming comedy "Little Fockers," which opens Dec. 22.
He also founded the Tribeca Film Center with producing partner Jane Rosenthal in 1988, and helped create the Tribeca Film Festival in 2001.
The 68th Golden Globe Awards will be presented Jan. 16 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel and broadcast on NBC.