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Naomi Watts Honored At This Year's Deauville American Film Festival

September 11th, 2011 12:00pm EDT
Naomi Watts
Naomi Watts looked gorgeous in a light pink Nina Ricci Resort 2012 gown Friday night at the 37th annual Deauville American Film Festival. The star was at the premiere of Crazy, Stupid, Love, which took place after a press conference and photocall honoring her for her contributions to American cinema.

Several of Naomi's films were also shown during the festival, including Fair Game, 21 Grams, Mulholland Drive, Eastern Promises and Funny Games. Peter Jackson's epic remake of King Kong.

Blake Edwards, Francis Ford Coppola, Shirley MacLaine, Danny Glover and screenwriter/director Roger Avary...
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David Lynch Posts Bizarre Coffee Ad With Barbie Doll

April 28th, 2011 12:00pm EDT
David Lynch Barbie Coffee Commercial
Moviemaker David Lynch has posted a bizarre new ad for his Signature Cup Coffee online. In the strange commercial, the Twin Peaks and Mulholland Drive director talks to a Barbie doll head cradled in his hand about his organic brew.

In the three-minute short, the Barbie asks Lynch what he's drinking and he explains it's a cup of espresso from his Signature Cup range.

David Lynch Signature Cup Coffee from David Lynch on Vimeo.

When the doll asks, "Is it good?" Lynch offers to fix her a cup.

The odd chat then turns a little romantic as the Barbie tells the filmmaker, "You're ki...
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'Vanilla Sky' Voted Most Confusing Movie

July 22nd, 2010 8:13am EDT
Vanilla Sky
Tom Cruise's confusing movie Vanilla Sky has been branded the most baffling film in a new poll. The 2001 movie, which stars Cruise as a playboy left horrifically disfigured after a crash, was the film which left audiences most perplexed by its plot.

According to the survey by LoveFilm.com, David Lynch's surreal thriller Mulholland Drive was voted into second place, while the sinister rabbit in Donnie Darko prompted cinema-goers to put it at number three.

The top five brow-furrowing films were rounded out by The Matrix Revolutions and Christopher Nolan's Memento.

Other movies to make t...
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David Lynch To Return To 'Mulholland Drive'

April 12th, 2010 4:30pm EDT
David Lynch
Director David Lynch is in talks to revive his movie classic Mulholland Drive for a sequel, according to the film's star Laura Harring.

The film propelled Naomi Watts to fame upon its release in 2001, while also earning Lynch the coveted Prix de la Mise en Scene award at the Cannes Film Festival in France and an Oscar nomination for Best Director.

Now, nine years after the movie's release, Harring has revealed the filmmaker is planning to revive the mysterious thriller on the big screen.

She tells NBC.com, "I'm very sure it's coming, it's being born. I cannot really tell you how I kno...
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Spotlight On Australian Entertainers

July 21st, 2008 9:00am EDT
Russell Crowe
What is it about Aussies that Americans find so fascinating? Is it the cute accents? The laid-back attitudes? The "party animal" reputations? It could be a mix of all of these traits. It could also be because, although we speak the same language and our cultures have many similarities, many of us know very little about Australia. That strange yet familiar vibe makes those down under denizens appear exciting and mysterious - an irresistible combo!

Since Americans are also fascinated with celebrities, it's no surprise that so many awesome Aussie entertainers have found fame in the U.S. ...
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Coheed And Cambria Release Video For New Single 'Feathers'

February 7th, 2008 5:30pm EST
Coheed and Cambria
Columbia Records is proud to announce the release of Coheed and Cambria's video for "Feathers," the second single off the band's new album, "No World For Tomorrow," and undoubtedly their catchiest tune to date. MTV2 plans to "Unleash" the new video on February 4th, planning to air it 12 times that day and thereafter placing it directly into "Elite 8" rotation.

The Hitchcockian black and white video, is a dark comedy, directed by Marc Klasfeld (Gnarls Barkley, Foo Fighters, Bloodhound Gang) and focuses on a "perfect" 1950s American family who have a very naughty secret. "Feathers" star...
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David Lynch Expands His 'Inland Empire' August 14

August 9th, 2007 2:29pm EDT
David Lynch
David Lynch's acclaimed film Inland Empire will make its DVD debut this summer with Rhino Entertainment. Overseen personally by Lynch, the DVD will feature the director's mind-bending cinematic journey generously embellished with a number of extras including a massive collection of additional scenes entitled "More Things That Happened." Other bonus materials include a making-of featurette, interviews with Lynch and the film's star Laura Dern, a photo gallery and theatrical trailers, plus footage of Lynch at home cooking quinoa -- an edible seed similar in texture to couscous.

Filming e...
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'Big Pussy,' Former *NSYNC & '90210' Stars Are Among New 'Dancing' Contestants

February 21st, 2007 12:16pm EST
Ian Ziering
In a Dancing with the Stars first, three athletes will dance to the finish in the fourth season of the hugely popular series, returning Monday, March 19 on ABC. Among the athletes are a current Olympic Gold Medalist, a member of the 1992 Men's U.S. Olympic Basketball Dream Team, and an undefeated female boxer - the first female athlete to compete on the series.

Celebrities joining them include a singer/actor who stars alongside his daughter in one of the Disney Channel's most popular programs, a former member of one of the biggest selling music groups of all-time, and a United Nations...
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Clint Eastwood Composed Score To "Flags Of Our Fathers;" Soundtrack Out Oct. 17

October 5th, 2006 11:38am EDT
Clint Eastwood
Milan Records releases music from the motion picture "Flags of our Fathers," featuring an original score composed by Hollywood legend Clint Eastwood, previously Golden Globe nominated as a composer for his work on "Million Dollar Baby." Along with his score, his son Kyle Eastwood also provides re-recordings of classic music from the period. The Milan soundtrack features nostalgic standards arranged by Kyle including works by Irving Berlin, Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne and John Philip Sousa, as well as original recordings by Dinah Shore and Artie Shaw and His Gramercy Five. Milan releases the soun...
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Papa Roach Returns With The "Paramour Sessions," Sept. 12

September 1st, 2006 11:31am EDT
Papa Roach
In 1933, oil heiress Daisy Canfield was on her way home from a party when her car veered off a Mulholland Drive cliff, plummeting 300 feet and instantly killing the wife of silent movie star Antonio Moreno. In the decades that followed, the couple's 14-bedroom Hollywood Hills estate would see time as a school for girls, then a convent before falling into disrepair, later being devastated by a 1987 earthquake. Born again more than a decade later, the renovated mansion has served as a recording studio for the likes of H.I.M. and Gwen Stefani, and recently hosted television's "Rock Star" reali...
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