The Alias alumni Bradley Cooper is finding his stride and rocks it again on the silver screen as bachelor party buddy Phil in Director Todd Phillips’ Las Vegas romp – The Hangover – which hits theaters on Friday, June 5. Bradley Cooper discovers his inner poser for pixer Norman Jean Roy as he graces the cover and pages of Detail magazine.
The Hangover: Two days before his wedding, Doug and his three buddies drive to Vegas for a blow-out night they’ll never forget. But when the three groomsmen wake up the next morning with pounding headaches, they can’t remember a thing. Their posh hotel suite is beyond trashed and the groom is nowhere to be found. With no clue of what happened and little time to spare, the trio must attempt to retrace their bad decisions from the night before in order to figure out where things went wrong and hopefully get Doug back to L.A. in time for his wedding. However, the more they begin to uncover, the more they realize just how much trouble they’re really in.
To read the article and view the slideshow pictures, visit GQ.com. The issue hits newsstands on Tuesday, June 2.
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Bradley Cooper is repped by Dan Aloni, Chris Andrews, Dave Bugliari, Jason Heyman and Michael A Katcher @ Creative Artists Agency (CAA), manager Susan Calogerakis @ Thruline Entertainment, publicist Nicole Caruso @ WKT Public Relations and commercial agency Todd Shemarya Artists.
The staffers @ Entertainment Tonight [ET] do what they do best, they tease. This time, with tween’s vampire-love sequel to mega-hit Twilight saga – New Moon. The folks @ ET deliver the preview of the trailer for New Moon, enjoy salivating over nothing below.
To catch the full New Moon trailer, you’ll have to be strapped watching MTV Movie Awards hosted by Andy Samberg on Sunday. Good luck with wasting three hours of your life on that mind-numbing program. The Hills season finale with series regular – Lauren Conrad’s final episode airs on Sunday night as well, before the MTV Movie Awards.
Director Chris Weitz’s New Moon hits theaters on Friday, November 20. Edward Cullen has already rescued Bella from the clutches of one evil vampire, but now, as their daring relationship threatens all that is near and dear to them, they realize their troubles may be just beginning.
Orlando Bloom came out to support and party at NYC’s rooftop of the Plaza Hotel to watch the lighting of Burberry’s 50-foot logo on top of its new Americas Headquarters on Madison Avenue. The Burberry Foundation made a $500,000 commitment to the Robin Hood Foundation to support public education and job training in New York City.
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Orlando Bloom is repped by Jimmy Darmody and Kevin Huvane @ Creative Artists Agency (CAA), attorney Patti Felker @ Felker Toczek Gellman Suddleson, LLP, manager Aleen Keshishian @ Brillstein Entertainment Partners and publicist Robin Baum @ PMK/HBH Public Relations.
The Republican and GOP convention’s once photo-op fixture Levi Jonhston continues his media tour of striking out on his own and away from his baby’s mother – Bristol Palin – and former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin’s clan. The 19-year-old father Levi graces the pages of GQ as a model and discusses the difficulties of raising his son – Tripp – with no money and no job on the horizon.
The Levi Johnston GQ magazine issue with Christian Bale on the cover and in the pages is on newsstands now and available for subscription as well.
Levi Johnston is repped by lawyer slash publicist Rex Butler. To read the complete article on Levi Johnston, visit GQ.com.
Update: The Daily News reveal the sneak peek of Playgirl‘s black-&-white artistic pictorial of aspiring model and actor Levi Johnston controversial revealing photos for the adult magazine. Levi Johnston’s manager Tank Jones tells Us magazine that “People are going to see more of Levi than they thought.” And that “He’s ready to shock the world. The hell with 15 minutes.”
It seems the faux-nekkid spread might be in the vain of Farrah Fawcett’s 1997 artistic Playboy photos and less raunchy, which is a smart move on Johnston’s part and his creative team. I personally have no interest in seeing his photos, but he definitely knows how to market himself. We updated Levi Johnston blog-snippet because (RR) readers demand it.
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The new episodes of Weeds starts next month and Showtime has released a new trailer of Season 5, with guest star Alanis Morrissette as an obstetrician. Weeds Season 5 begins on Monday, June 08.
Weeds is about Parker’s widowed suburban mother – Nancy Botwin – determinedly keeping up appearances in her idyllic community, where residents remain oblivious to the fact that Botwin’s the source of the high-quality marijuana that’s suddenly flooded the community. Mary-Louise Parker is repped by Scott Henderson @ William Morris Agency.
Rolling Stone‘s The New Princess of Pop: Lady Gaga [Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta] graces the cover and pages of the magazine’s The 2009 Hot List issue.
To read the complete article and view photog David LaChapelle’s behind-the-scenes video, visit rollingstone.com.
My playwright bud and past (RR)-er political contributor Jason [Stürmer] Roberts worked on these funny family webisodes – The Odd Squad, and I thought you kids would enjoy it. The first episode appropriately titled Making History is below for your viewing.
Update: The Odd Squad crew disabled the embed vimeo clip, so I’ve included their website link below for your viewing.
Executive Producer: MeLisa Lomelino
Written By: Nathan Davis and MeLisa Lomelino
Film Editing By: Ryun Hovind
Original Theme By: Travis Krouse
Cinematography By: Christopher Rutkowski
Production Design By: David Nicholson
Sound Editing by: Alec Sherrie
Makeup & Hair By: Jackie Soriano
Costume Design By: Joquena Lomelino
Documentary Footage By: Eddi Garcia
Camera Operators: Neil Arellano and AJ Wedding
Sound Department: Steve Zelt [Mixer] & Jason Roberts [Boom Operator]
Script Coordinator: Patty Lerma
Production Assistants: Emily Waizenegger and Jessica Buchanan
Extras: Kris Kimberly
The premiere publication USA Today landed the first look pix of director M. Night Shyamalan’s The Last Airbender based on Nickelodeon cartoon Avatar: The Last Airbender. The production pix includes Dev Patel as the evil Zuko a firebender: who can manipulate flames and Noah Ringer as Aang an Avatar: who manipulates the weather.
The Last Airbender is the adventures of the successor to a long line of Avatars who must put aside his irresponsible ways to save the world. Dev Patel is repped by Brinda Bhatt and Stephanie Comer @ United Talent Agency. M. Night Shyamalan is repped by Richard Green and Richard Lovett @ Creative Artists Agency (CAA), attorneys Stephen Breimer @ Bloom Hergott Diemer Rosenthal LaViolette Feldman & Goodman, LLP and Marc H. Glick @ Glick & Weintraub and publicist Leslee Dart @ 42West.
The Last Airbender rolls into theaters on July 4th of 2010. You can read the full article @ usatoday.com.
After being knighted as one of Time‘s 100 Influential People, our first lady Michelle Obama is annotated as a cover girl and given an examination under The Meaning of Michelle story. Here are snippets from the interviews:
On Michelle Obama’s style: You’ve got to make choices that make sense for you … because there’s always going to be somebody who’ll think you should do something differently. So you might as well start with what you like, and what you care about, what your passions are, what makes sense. That’s my message to women, if anything, over the course of this, is, find your space. Find your spot. Wear what you love. Choose the careers that may have meaning to you, because there’s always somebody who will say, I wouldn’t have worn that color, or why didn’t you work at that job.”
On advices she received from former first ladies: The most unexpected and uniform advice that I got was, Go to Camp David, early and often. It’s one place you can go where you feel some level of freedom and an ability to breathe.
On being a role model: There are thousands of Michelle and Barack Obamas all over this nation.
The side-effect of recession is time and creativity, and a film fan created a faux teaser trailer for director James Cameron’s Avatar. The upcoming Cameron $200 billion-budget film rolls into the theaters on Friday, December 18.
Avatar is about a band of humans pitted in a battle against a distant planet’s indigenous population.