The British presenter is nearly two months into his 'Late Late Show' career, and has been bowled over by how well it has gone down with US audiences.
Two months or so into his new career as an American talk show host, James Corden has been talking about settling into the job, coping with the transatlantic move and the reaction to his show, which has been very popular so far.
36 year old Corden made his debut as host of ‘The Late Late Show’ on CBS at the end of March after replacing the retiring Craig Ferguson, and quickly won plaudits for his warm, friendly presenting style. Speaking with Heat magazine, he said he was “gobsmacked” by the response from audiences.
James Corden with wife Julia Carey
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The 'Two and a Half Men' actor surprised his mother by unveiling a completely renovated basement room at her house in Iowa, as a Mother's Day present.
The actor and his stepfather Mark hired a home-design company called Houzz to help with re-design, which took place in secret over 27 days and was captured for an episode of an upcoming internet series ‘My Houzz’. Apparently, he himself helped with original construction of the house over twenty years ago.
Ashton Kutcher renovated a room in his mum's house as a present for Mother's Day
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A couple of weeks after his viral social media lament about the lack of diaper-changing facilities in men's restrooms, the actor has stepped up his campaign.
After his Facebook rage about the lack of baby changing facilities in men’s restrooms went viral a couple of weeks ago, Ashton Kutcher has decided to take his protest to the next level by creating an online petition.
The actor, who is a parent to five month old Wyatt Isabelle with wife Mila Kunis, has been unhappy with frequently being unable to change his daughter’s diapers when out and about. Earlier this week, he set up a petition on Change.org to ask chain stores Target and Costco to “provide universally accessible changing tables in their stores”.
Ashton Kutcher has taken his campaign a step further
Continue reading: Ashton Kutcher Launches Online Petition Over Diaper Changing Facilities
The initial signs are very promising for James Corden's hosting of 'The Late Late Show', as audiences at the Sunday night recording loved him.
He’s admitted to suffering “sleepless nights” in the weeks running up to it, but it seems that the James Corden era of ‘The Late Late Show’ is going to be a success.
The British actor marked his very first time presenting the CBS chat show on Monday, and those present at the filming of the first episode on Sunday evening have given him the thumbs-up for his personable style, with one group telling Sky News’ US correspondent that he had “nailed it”.
James Corden seems to have gone down well with his 'Late Late Show' debut
Continue reading: James Corden Shines On 'The Late Late Show' Debut
New host James Corden gets Mila Kunis to show off her wedding band.
Mila Kunis has apparently revealed that she and fiance Ashton Kutcher are officially married after appearing on James Corden's first edition of 'The Late Late Show' (set to air on Monday night) and showing off her wedding ring to a thrilled audience.
Mila Kunis confirms marriage to Ashton Kutcher
It looks like Britain's James Corden will do well as the latest host of 'The Late Late Show' as he's already managed to answer big questions with his first show. The 'Into The Woods' actor pressed Mila Kunis on whether or not she and Kutcher were married yet, having been engaged since February 2014. The 'Jupiter Ascending' star was not initially forthcoming with straight answers, persistently answering 'Maybe' to direct inquiries from Corden, but being unable to hide the glowing smile that suggested it was true.
Continue reading: Mila Kunis Confirms Marriage To Ashton Kutcher On 'The Late Late Show'
Rihanna is the new face of Dior!
Rihanna has signed as the new face of Dior. The French fashion house confirmed the news on Friday (13th March). Rihanna will star in Dior's Secret Garden campaign. The series of campaign videos, shot by Steven Klein, feature models cavorting around the Palace of Versailles. Rihanna will star in the fourth instalment of the Secret Garden films, which Dior has reinvented since 2012.
Rihanna has signed as the new face of Dior.
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The Wachowski's release 'Jupiter Ascending' following a long delay, yet does it live up to their reputation.
The Wachowskis aren't the most prolific filmmakers, which is perhaps why their movies feel like events. When Warner Brothers shifted the release of their new sci-fi adventure 'Jupiter Ascending' back six months from last summer to this weekend, everyone smelled a stinker. But then this is Lana and Andy Wachowski, who have never made a truly awful movie. Although some might argue that point.
The siblings burst onto the scene in 1996 with 'Bound', an inventively moody thriller starring Jennifer Tilly and Gina Gershon as lovers who plot an elaborate heist. The film had great reviews, and has become a cult classic. Then three years later they released 'The Matrix', reinventing special effects with visually jaw-dropping gimmicks like bullet time. Although the plot itself wasn't terribly original, audiences flocked to see the film in record numbers, and also made hits of the less-beloved sequels 'The Matrix Reloaded' and 'The Matrix Revolutions', both released in 2003.
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Filmmaking siblings Lana and Andy Wachowski never do anything by halves. The Matrix was a genre-changing blockbuster followed by two head-scratching sequels that ramped everything up a bit too much. Speed Racer was simply too much eye-candy for most viewers. And Cloud Atlas' intertwined storylines left audiences both exhausted and exhilarated. Now they've taken on the space action adventure with unfettered gusto, creating an utterly bonkers story that can't help but keep us thoroughly entertained.
So it turns out that Jupiter (Mila Kunis), an immigrant cleaner in Chicago, is actually the recurrence of a powerful matriarch whose empire runs the universe as a big business. Her three children (Eddie Redmayne, Douglas Booth and Tuppence Middleton) are tussling over control, because their mother's re-appearance changes their inheritance rights. Chased by bounty hunters, Jupiter is rescued by Caine (Channing Tatum) and his cohort Stinger (Sean Bean), who help her navigate the complex galactic society to claim her genetic rights. But each of the three children has plans for her. And as she zips back and forth across the universe, Jupiter realises that she's going to need to rise to the occasion if she wants to save herself. And Earth.
The Wachowskis clearly understand that the story is far too complicated to make much sense, so they only provide enough information to hold the audience's interest. Large plot threads and characters pop up and disappear at random, while Jupiter's own journey lurches through a series of contrived set-pieces and tense encounters that feel oddly unresolved. But none of that really matters, because the film is infused with a sardonic sense of humour that makes it enjoyable. Even the bad guys are intriguing; there's not much Redmayne can do with his leather-trousered grump, but at least he goes for it. Kunis has a great time with Jupiter's continual sexy costume changes, while Tatum performs a series of action scenes with his shirt off for no real reason. All of the cast members dive in without hesitation, using sheer charisma to make the characters a lot of fun to watch.
Continue reading: Jupiter Ascending Review
The new mom has been speaking to Jimmy Kimmel following her first red carpet appearance since daughter Wyatt Isabelle's arrival.
Would you ask your significant other to download Tinder? Well that’s apparently what happens when your dating the technology loving Ashton Kutcher. Ashton’s other half Mila Kunis dished about life with the 'Two and a Half Men' star, including the gadgets he’s made her try out, during her Tuesday night appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live and yes it doesn't stop with Tinder.
Did you happen upon Mila Kunis on Tinder?
Sitting on Kimmel’s sofa just a day after wowing us in her first post baby red carpet appearance at the Jupiter Ascending premiere, Mila was asked about her fiancée Ashton’s other career, as a tech entrepreneur.
Continue reading: So Why Did Ashton Kutcher Get Mila Kunis To Sign Up For Tinder?
'Jupiter Ascending' is almost here: but was it worth the wait?
We've been worried about Jupiter Ascending since Cloud Atlas and got even more worried when Universal delayed it for about a year to complete "over 2,000 special effects shots." Oh no.
Anyway, now it's here. And it tells the story of Jupiter Jones (Mila Kunis), who was born "under the night sky", with signs predicting she was destined for great things. But wait! Caine (Channing Tatum), a genetically engineered ex-military hunter arrives on Earth to track her down and Jupiter begins to glimpse the fate that has been waiting for her.
Continue reading: 'Jupiter Ascending': Well, This Is A Weird One
The 'Jupiter Ascending' actress played coy when she was recently quizzed about her and Kutcher's marital status.
Ever since the year began, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis, who welcomed a baby girl into the world in Los Angeles on October 1st, 2014, have been at the centre of rumours claiming the pair secretly tied the knot.
Kunis and Kutcher are rumourd to have secretly tied the knot
But when Kunis finally gets the chance to set the record straight on the Hollywood pair's marital status, she avoids giving a straight answer while appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Tuesday (Feb 3rd).
Continue reading: Mila Kunis Refuses To Confirm Or Deny Ashton Kutcher Marriage Rumours
Kunis gave birth to Wyatt Isabelle in October.
Its been just four months since Mila Kunis and fiancée Ashton Kutcher welcomed their first child, daughter Wyatt Isabelle, but the new mom has already got herself back on the red carpet. Appearing at the Los Angeles premiere of her latest movie Jupiter Ascending, Kunis looked stunning in her first big public appearance since baby Wyatt’s arrival.
Kunis and co-stars Channing Tatum, Sean Bean and David Ajala on the red carpet
Kunis was dressed in a black strapless Dolce & Gabbana gown, which featured a corset top and a full layered skirt. The 31 year old actress teamed the frock with a simple necklace and a pair of Christian Louboutin stiletto heels.
A solid cast bodes well for this unnecessary remake of the 1982 movie (based on the 1970s musical), but the filmmakers' decision to turn the catchy songs into bland pop numbers is the real mistake. It leaves the entire film feeling empty, highlighting director Will Gluck's clunky direction, which includes coaxing Cameron Diaz to a squirm-inducingly over-the-top performance. Young children probably won't mind, but as the movie lurches awkwardly from one messy set piece to the next, the lack of a decently arranged musical number makes everything look dull and witless.
In Harlem, 10-year-old Annie (Quvenzhane Wallis) is an orphan living in a foster home with four other girls, run by the greedy Miss Hannigan (Diaz). Smart and quick-witted, Annie longs for a day when she can be reunited with her parents. Then she has a run-in with Will Stacks (Jamie Foxx), a workaholic mobile phone executive who's running for New York mayor. Will's advisor Guy (Bobby Cannavale) suggests that he take Annie in temporarily to boost his poll numbers, and once settled in his spacious penthouse apartment she immediately charms Will's assistant Grace (Rose Byrne) and driver Nash (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje). And she begins to work her way into Will's heart as well.
From here, Gluck completely misses the point of the play, trying desperately to crank up a ridiculous scam subplot into some big final-act action mayhem. But this never gains any traction at all because it's clear what has to happen in the story. Indeed, the best thing on screen is the strong chemistry between Foxx and Wallis, who find moments of genuine humour and connection even in the silliest slapstick. And they seem almost reluctant every time they have to dive into yet another insipidly revamped song. Pop star Sia worked on them, but loses all the charm in the attempt to turn each one into a chart-topping clone. Fans of the original music will enjoy the brief riffs of the originals audible here and there, and they'll leave the cinema wanting to revisit the old numbers instead of these Frankenstein versions.
Continue reading: Annie Review
After giving birth only two months ago, the Hollywood star has nearly lost all her pregnancy weight...by breastfeeding.
Ashton Kutcher and his fiancé Mila Kunis welcomed a baby girl into the world in Los Angeles on October 1st, and the first-time mother already has lost a lot of her post-pregnancy weight, which she apparently achieved by breastfeeding.
Kutcher and Kunis welcomed their baby girl, Wyatt, on October 1st
While appearing on 'The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson' on Wednesday (Dec 10th), Kunis opened up about dealing with parenthood, and revealed she got back her pre-pregnancy body in less than two months by breastfeeding.
Continue reading: Mila Kunis Talks How Breastfeeding Is A "Great Workout"
There are moments when this three-strand drama almost ascends to the emotional resonance of writer-director Paul Haggis' Oscar-winning 2004 movie Crash. Perhaps even more ambitious, this film is exploring issues of creativity, attraction and grief, but Haggis puts so much effort into the literary trickery that he fails to create characters the audience can connect with. So the drama ends up being interesting but never moving.
The central plot-thread is in Paris, where blocked writer Michael (Liam Neeson) is holed up in a hotel after leaving his wife (Kim Basinger) and arranging to meet his whip-smart mistress Anna (Olivia Wilde). But their witty romance seems to get entangled with his struggle to write a new novel. Meanwhile in Rome, dodgy American businessman Scott (Adrien Brody) meets Monika (Moran Atias), a sexy Roma woman trying to rescue her kidnapped daughter from local gangsters. With his own haunting back-story involving a lost child, Scott offers to help. And in New York, fallen soap-star Julia (Mila Kunis) has hired a lawyer (Maria Bello) in an effort to get custody of her son from her wealthy-painter ex (James Franco). But her life has gone so far off the rails that it's unlikely any judge will see things her way.
There's a clear sense that these storylines are swirling around in Michael's head as he tries to write. Each character has parent-child issues, including the event that sent Michael's career into a downward spiral. But Haggis never quite defines all of this, leaving ideas and themes dangling everywhere without connecting them to authentic people or experiences. So it's very difficult to get involved in any of the story strands, even though the actors deliver open, raw performances. Kunis has the film's strongest role, a complex journey into the aching soul of a mother, and she plays it beautifully. And Bello finds some moments of consuming emotion in her smaller part. Everything else feels rather cliched, from Neeson and Wilde's cute-prickly romantic games to Brody's journey to the dark side of Italy.
Continue reading: Third Person Review
It’s not the strangest Hollywood baby name ever, but we were all still wondering.
It’s been nearly a month since Mila Kunis and fiancee Ashton Kutcher welcomed their first child, Wyatt Isabelle, and the couple seem to be settling into parenthood perfectly. Giving his first interview since becoming a dad, Kutcher opened up to Conan O’Brien last night (October 28th), about how he and Mila have been coping so far, as well as revealing the story behind their daughter’s unusual name.
Kutcher said that he and Kunis feel “privileged” they can afford to take time with their new baby. “We don't have a nanny or a night nurse or anything. It's just the two of us,” the actor said.
Mila Kunis "was born to be a mom" and Ashton Kutcher is "ecstatic", sources claim a week after the birth of their daughter.
Mila Kunis gave birth to her daughter in September.
Continue reading: Mila Kunis & Ashton Kutcher Are 'Naturals' With Their Week Old Daughter
The former 'That 70's Show' co-stars, and engaged couple, welcomed their first child together on Wednesday (Oct 1st).
Mila Kunis has finally given birth! The 31 year-old starlet and her fiancé Ashton Kutcher welcomed a baby daughter into the world in Los Angeles on Wednesday (Oct 1st). This is the first child for both actors.
Kutcher and Kunis are now parents to a baby daughter
According to TMZ, who first reported the exciting news, the former 'That 70's Show' co-stars arrived at LA's Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on Tuesday morning around 6 a.m. The engaged couple entered alone and the expectant mother as quickly rushed to a delivery room.
Continue reading: Mila Kunis And Ashton Kutcher Welcome Baby Daughter Together
The two acting stars, who both featured on 'That '70s Show', welcomed their first child on Tuesday evening, according to reports.
According to TMZ, the pair arrived at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles at around 6:00am on Tuesday, eventually welcoming their daughter into the world that evening. The girl’s name has not yet been revealed, and no other details of the birth have been confirmed either by the stars’ representatives.
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While the story centres on twisted moral dilemmas, this 1970s-set thriller takes such a hesitant, internalised approach that if never lets viewers under the characters' skin. As a result, there's virtually no spark of real life here, despite the presence of several fine actors and a twisty plot that focusses on how decisions affect relationships. It's an oddly muted approach to events that really should have a much stronger emotional jolt.
It's 1974 Brooklyn, where Chris (Clive Owen) has just been released after 10 years in prison. His police detective brother Frank (Billy Crudup) offers help with finding a place to stay, getting a job and escaping his former life of crime, but the options are limited. While trying to reconnect with his junkie-prostitute ex Monica (Marion Cotillard), Chris also begins dating the younger Natalie (Mila Kunis). And he finds himself drifting back into his old gangster role. This causes a conflict of interest for Frank in his work as a cop, especially since he's further compromised by having an affair with Vanessa (Zoe Saldana), whose boyfriend (Matthias Schoenaerts) he's just put in jail.
Filmmaker Guillaume Canet is remaking the 2008 French thriller Rivals (in which he played the Frank character), and he recreates the period beautifully, shooting the film in a grainy 1970s style that emphasises character over action. So it's odd that the characters feel so thinly written, with most of the ambiguity drained from each moral issue they face. Much of this is because everyone is pushing their emotions away and internalising their thought processes so no one else can see them. But this leaves the audience out in the cold. And as a result, everything feels obvious and inevitable, which makes it impossible to get involved as events escalate. It's as if these people are tragic losers, so no amount of sympathy will save them.
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The 30 year-old actress revealed that her plans on not getting married changed when she began dating Kutcher. "We all get movie star crushes," she said. "I'm marrying mine."
It is a good job Mila Kunis and found Ashton Kutcher.
The 30 year-old actress never wanted or planned to get married, but when her friendship with a co-star transformed into something more...everything changed.
The 30 year-old actress couldn't contain her emotions when her future husband popped the question: "I cried. I was a mess. Not to discredit any relationships in my past, but this relationship is different."
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have got a busy future ahead of them.
The former 'That 70s Show' stars have to plan a wedding and prepare to welcome their first child into the world.
But Kunis recently recalled the moment the pair first became an item, which was a huge surprise to many people.
Mila Kunis discusses Ashton Kutcher's marriage proposal and how pregnancy has made her breasts "amazing."
Mila Kunis has revealed that pregnancy has made her breasts “amazing.” The Ted 2 actress explained: “They’re amazing! They’ve tripled in size. I was a 34A; now I’m a 36C. I’m so excited! I’m telling everyone I know, 'Go ahead, touch them!' Without being an a**hole, I have to say, I love being pregnant.”
Pregnant Mila descirbed her pregnancy boobs as "amazing"
Kunis is currently pregnant with her first child by fiance Ashton Kutcher. The pair first met when they starred together on That 70s Show and had remained friends since the show finished in 2006. Kunis was in a relationship with actor Macaulay Culkin, while Kutcher married Demi Moore. When both relationships ended, the pair became involved romantically. She explained: “One day, it just changed. All of a sudden, it wasn’t the same. And I was really proud of myself for acknowledging that. The best day of my life so far was the proposal. I cried. I was a mess. Not to discredit any relationships in my past, but this relationship is different.”
Continue reading: Mila Kunis Discusses Why Her Breasts Are Currently "Amazing"
While appearing on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live,' the 30 year-old actress took this opportunity rant about men insinuating they are also carrying a child: "Stop saying, 'We're pregnant. You're not pregnant."
Mila Kunis wanted to send a message to any man who is going to become a father.
The pregnant 30 year-old actress appeared on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' on Tuesday evening (June 10th), and started speaking about preparing to welcome their children into the world.
But the chat show host angered Kunis when he harmlessly insinuated that he and his wife are with child.
Why on Earth have the Wachowskis put the skids on their dazzling summer blockbuster?
Jupiter Ascending won't see release until February next year, it has recently been announced. The unusual, late minute move marks the movie's opening pushed back seven months despite promotion for the sci-fi blockbuster having reached a peak.
We were excited way back in March for the Wachowski brothers futuristic slingshot into space, which stars Mila Kunis, Channing Tatum and Sean Bean but have now been told that we'll have to wait until next February to see the movie's special effects, which look to be awesome.
It is actually the special effects department that has reportedly delayed the movie. "With the July release date, they were just not going to make it on time," said Warner Bros. domestic distribution chief Dan Fellman, via Variety. "A lot of the issue for us was getting it ready for the international release, since the foreign territories need additional time."
Continue reading: Huh? 'Jupiter Ascending' Given Last Minute Delay In Release Date
Change your diaries, we’re going to have to wait until next year for 'Jupiter Ascending'.
It’s time to change our summer viewing plans, because sadly, Jupiter Ascending will not be coming to a theatre near you this July. The Wachowskis’ ‘space opera’, starring Mila Kunis and Channing Tatum was scheduled for release on July 18th 2014, but now it won't be coming to us until next February!
It's now a much longer wait for Jupiter Ascending
So why the change? Well, apparently it’s all down to those tricky visual effects. If you’ve seen the trailer, you’ll know that Jupiter Ascending is heavy on the special effects, so it’s no real surprise that they could be the cause of the hold up. Dan Fellman, Warner Bros’ president of domestic distribution said, “We’ve been trying like hell to get this finished, but there are over 2,000 visual effects shots in the movie, and it’s just not gonna happen in time.”
Could the trailer's poor reception have anything to do with the delay?
Jupiter won’t be ascending this summer. Warner Bros’ ambitious project was due to open in theaters this coming July, but apparently the production has encountered some unexpected delays. As a result, Jupiter Ascending’s release is being pushed back eight whole months to January 2015. The latest film from siblings Andy and Lana Wachowski has been delayed due to “unfinished visual effects”, according to Dan Fellman, Warner Bros’ president of domestic distribution.
The film's 2000+ visual effects are proving to be a bigger challenge than expected.
“We’ve been trying like hell to get this finished,” Fellman said. “But there are over 2,000 visual effects shots in the movie, and it’s just not gonna happen in time.” This also means a completely different release slot for Jupiter Ascending. The January release eliminates the threat of summer box office competition – although this July isn’t particularly heavy on new releases, with Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (July 11) being the only real competitor.
Derided by critics and ignored by audiences, where did it all go wrong for the Robin Williams and Mila Kunis vehicle?
It had the promise to be a supremely enjoyable farcical comedy, yet The Angriest Man In Brooklyn has positively bombed across the board, receiving a paltry 13% on Rotten Tomatoes. The critics loathe it whilst audiences are equally unenthused after a slew of damning reviews posited the film as an appalling failure that benefits nobody- cast or audience. But where did it all go wrong?
Kulis' performance has been singled out as particularly bland.
The film itself is a remake of the Israeli film called The 92 Minutes Of Mr. Baum and the plot seems to fit succinctly with Robin Williams’s trademark style of hyperactive comedy and melancholy redemption. A cantankerous man is wrongly informed by his doctor that he only has ninety minutes to live, prompting Williams character, Henry Altman, on a race against time to make amends with his family members who he has mistreated over the years. Henry’s doctor, played by Mila Kunis, suffers a lapse of judgement after being in the midst of a bad day herself, and scurries across Brooklyn to track down Henry and correct her mis-diagnosis.
Continue reading: What Happened To 'The Angriest Man In Brooklyn'?
Chart-crushing blues rock and building-smashing monster movie antics: another week in news brings shocks and laughs.
Cannes Continues: We're nearly at the end of the second week of the Cannes Film Festival and have been mentally noting which new movies have soared or been scorched at the hands of critics. Map to the Stars, Two Days, One Night, Mommy and Foxcatcher have all received glowing reviews whilst Lost River, Grace of Monaco, and The Search... well, less so. Click on links for reviews highlights and details for each movie.
Carter-Knowles Camp Content?: The Jay Z/Solange brouhaha confusion still hasn't been publically illuminated but the Carter-Knowles family seems to be intent on proving to the world that everything is just fine, fine, fine, thank you very much after footage leaked showing the singer attacking her rapper brother-in-law in a lift. Beyoncé's statement did little to explain her sister's violence but her newly-posted family photos do a good job of sweeping it all under the rug, for better or worse.
Love is never uncomplicated and when a third person gets involved, it can make things even more difficult. Michael is an award-winning novelist who has left his wife for a much younger lover. He is in Paris finishing his latest book which eerily seems to reflect his own personal problems which get more intense by the day. Meanwhile, a dodgy businessman named Scott travels to Rome to get involved in a fashion design scam only to meet an attractive young woman named Monika. She reveals that she has finally been given the chance to see her daughter again but when the money she needs to see her is apparently stolen, Scott finds himself embroiled in a much deeper con. Then there's Julia, a former actress who has been refused contact with her child and is going through a serious legal battle to be able to hold her son again.
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