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Topic - Antonio Banderas
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice are, again, riding high on Broadway.
A star-studded Cannes gala attended by the likes of Kylie Minogue and Janet Jackson has raised a record-breaking $11 million for AIDS research, organizers said Friday.
No presidential candidate worth his chauffeured SUV has reached his personal zenith without this: celebrities to vouch for them. They are the glam and glitter of political campaigns, sure to turn even jaded political operatives into fawning celeb watchers.
Even the hundreds of photographers, TV cameras and webcams around the Hollywood & Highland Center can't capture every starry moment of Sunday's 84th annual Academy Awards.
Mixed martial arts star Gina Carano says she may be back for more acting after taking the lead in Steven Soderbergh's "Haywire" as a hard-kicking special operations agent.
Three time's the charm _ if that's not the wrong word for Ricky Gervais' third year as scathing steward of the Golden Globes.
Olympic fencer and movie sword master Bob Anderson appeared in some of film's most famous dueling scenes _ though few viewers knew it.
"Puss in Boots" pounced on "Tower Heist" and "Harold & Kumar" at the box office.
The "Shrek" spinoff "Puss in Boots" landed on all fours, opening with an estimated $34 million to lead the box office.
President Barack Obama is making the rounds in reliably Democratic California, joking with Jay Leno and tapping the coffers of wealthy, celebrity donors as he raises money for his re-election bid.
President Obama topped 60 fundraisers for the year Tuesday night as he raked in more campaign cash from Hollywood elites and entertainers on a three-day swing through Western states.
Actor Will Smith and basketball legend Earvin "Magic" Johnson for dinner and Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas for post-meal canapes. President Barack Obama waded into the domain of the stars Monday as he hit the California fundraising circuit in one of his busiest donor outreach trips of the season.
Actor Will Smith and basketball standout Earvin "Magic" Johnson for dinner and Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas for post-meal mingling. President Barack Obama waded into the domain of the stars Monday as he hit the California fundraising circuit in one of his busiest donor outreach trips of the season.
Although the film is not a parody, it's important to be aware that there is a dose of ironic humor in the atrocities inflicted on the characters in this tale of a plastic surgeon with a penchant for playing God.
Almodovar "wanted this character to always be under control, to never reveal the monster he has inside," Banderas said.
"I'm going to be 51 this year and now I'm getting the possibility of doing characters I've never done before," Banderas said.