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These Are The Most Gorgeous Italy Wedding Venues Out There

Photo by Katie Grant with styling + florals by Janna Brown Design Co and planning by Centorose Un Tulipano A destination wedding fosters the ultimate sense of indulgence, and in that sense, these beloved Italy wedding venues do not disappoint! From the waterside villas surrounding George Clooney’s Lake Como turf to the countryside estates amidst the rolling hills of Tuscany to the colorful shores of the Amalfi Coast, couples who wed in Italia know a thing or two about unforgettable romance. View...
Tags: Wedding, Italy, Wedding Planning, George Clooney, Amalfi Coast, Tuscany, Katie Grant, Janna Brown Design Co, Destination Wedding Venue, Wedding Destination


‘The Midnight Sky’ From Director George Clooney Coming to Netflix This Year

That’s a wrap on The Midnight Sky, a new film from director George Clooney. Clooney’s film is headed to Netflix sometime this year, because sooner or later, everyone turns to Netflix. The film is an adaptation of a book by Lily Brooks-Dalton about a scientist trying to stop a group of astronauts from returning home. Clooney, Felicity Jones, and Kyle Chandler star. That's a wrap! THE MIDNIGHT SKY, from director and star George Clooney, is coming later this year. pic.twitter.com/51aMNjelF...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Netflix, George-Clooney, Jupiter, Iris, Hudson, Clooney, Sullivan, Mission Control, Felicity Jones, Mark L Smith, Augustine, Kyle Chandler, George Clooney Clooney, Tiffany Boone


11 top movie finance companies that Hollywood's biggest players turn to for the cash to get their projects off the ground

Movie financing is always a risk, but some companies, like Bron, Participant, and the streamers Netflix and Amazon, have thrived from bankrolling projects. In this power list, Business Insider breaks down the companies that are making filmmakers' dreams come true by writing the big checks and seeing returns. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. It doesn't matter if a director is a first-timer or a veteran like Martin Scorsese, they all have one thing in common: Getting money to...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Matthew Mcconaughey, Orson Welles, Trends, Netflix, Wes Anderson, Larry Ellison, House Of Cards, Hasbro, Fox News, George Clooney, Rosamund Pike, Warner Bros, Roma, Anderson


11 top movie finance companies that Hollywood's biggest players turn to for the investment necessary to get their projects off the ground

Movie financing is always a risk, but some companies, like Bron, Participant, and the streamers Netflix and Amazon, have thrived from bankrolling projects. In this power list, Business Insider breaks down the companies that are making filmmakers' dreams come true by writing the big checks and seeing returns. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. It doesn't matter if a director is a first-timer or a veteran like Martin Scorsese, they all have one thing in common: Getting money to...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Matthew Mcconaughey, Orson Welles, Trends, Netflix, Wes Anderson, Larry Ellison, House Of Cards, Hasbro, Fox News, George Clooney, Rosamund Pike, Warner Bros, Roma, Anderson


11 of the top movie financiers that bankroll filmmakers' dreams and have scored box-office hits like 'Joker' and 'Parasite'

Movie financing is always a risk, but some companies like Bron, Participant, and streamers Netflix and Amazon are thriving thanks to bankrolling projects.  In this power list, Business Insider breaks down the companies that are making filmmakers' dreams come true by writing the big checks and seeing returns. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. It doesn't matter if a director is a first-timer or a veteran like Martin Scorsese, they all have one thing in common: getting money to...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Matthew Mcconaughey, Orson Welles, Trends, Netflix, Canada, Wes Anderson, Larry Ellison, House Of Cards, Hasbro, Fox News, George Clooney, Rosamund Pike, Warner Bros, Roma


Cinematic Batman Lips, Ranked

Last night, we got our very at Robert Pattinson suited up as the latest live-action incarnation of Batman. Glimpse is a diplomatic word for it, frankly—softly shot, lit in red, and barely lit at that, we did not get to see much of this new Batman. Not even a full cowl! But we saw enough to rank…Read more...
Tags: Science, Ben Affleck, Robert Pattinson, Christian Bale, George Clooney, Batman, Lips, Warner Bros, DC Entertainment, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Adam West, The Batman, Ranker, Robert Lowery, Batman Glimpse


CS Video: Will Ferrell, Julia Louis Dreyfus & Downhill Cast Talk Comedy-Drama Film

CS Video: Will Ferrell, Julia Louis-Dreyfus & Downhill cast talk comedy-drama film ComingSoon.net had the opportunity to sit down with the cast and filmmakers of Downhill, including Will Ferrell, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Zach Woods, Zoe Chao, and writers and directors Nat Faxon and Jim Rash, to chat about the comedy-drama film which opens in theaters this Friday. You can check out the interviews now in the player below! RELATED: The French Dispatch Poster Debuts Ahead of Tomorrow’s Trailer Based ...
Tags: Video, Movies, Alps, George Clooney, Cannes, Toro, The Square, Ruben Ostlund, Jim Rash, Julia Louis Dreyfus Veep, Erik Hemmendorff, Movie News, Anthony Bregman, Jesse Armstrong, Kristofer Hivju, Stefanie Azpiazu


Waleed Zuaiter: ‘I know what loss means’

Fed up with being offered ‘terrorist’ roles, Palestinian actor Waleed Zuaiter feels liberated by the complex character he plays in Baghdad Central. But it’s his own tale of escape and childhood love that would make for a winning dramaWaleed Zuaiter has the look of a Hollywood icon: salt-and-pepper hair, five o’clock shadow, beaded wooden bracelets worn in a way that projects affluence rather than crustiness, and those intense leading-man eyes. In reality, his acting career has always dangled jus...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, London, Television, Film, California, Netflix, Culture, Television & radio, Meryl Streep, George Clooney, Kuwait, Baghdad, Mossad, Omar, Jon Ronson


Where to spot celebrities in LA

You go to Los Angeles for the blue skies and palm trees, for the inventive California cuisine and iconic attractions — all legit reasons to visit La La Land. But come on, you know you want to see a celeb. Admit it. Sure, an Instagram post of the Walk of Fame will get you a few likes, but coming home with an actual celeb story — “I totally ate tortellini next to Leonardo DiCaprio” — gives you lifetime bragging rights. Tinseltown is always fertile ground for celeb-spotting, but around the Acade...
Tags: Travel, Hollywood, Kerry Washington, Celebrity, Rihanna, California, La, Matt Damon, Los Angeles, Jake Gyllenhaal, Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, Jennifer Aniston, Amy Poehler, Cameron Diaz, Leonardo Dicaprio


World Economic Forum Chief Welcomes Greta Thunberg and Trump to Davos for Climate Talks

(DAVOS, Switzerland) — The head of the World Economic Forum says it’s “reassuring” that U.S. President Donald Trump and climate activist Greta Thunberg will both return to its annual meeting in Davos this year, noting that concerns about the environment will be a key topic. WEF founder Klaus Schwab sees vast changes in business, society and culture over the 50 years since he created the yearly gathering in the Swiss Alps, which initially was a forum for business leaders but now is a key sto...
Tags: Hollywood, News, Angela Merkel, Time, Uncategorized, Climate, Eu, European Union, Davos, Britain, Nelson Mandela, Paris, Switzerland, Yasser Arafat, George Clooney, Donald Trump


Why Jennifer Lawrence, George Clooney, and 12 other celebrities hate social media

Celebrities dominate social media, with big names like Kim Kardashian, Ariana Grande, and Justin Bieber comprising some of the most-followed accounts on Instagram and Twitter. However, some celebrities have shirked social media entirely by choosing to delete their accounts or never launching them in the first place. Here's why celebrities like Jennifer Lawrence, Mila Kunis, and George Clooney live social media-free in today's uber-connected world. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more sto...
Tags: Jennifer Lawrence, Benedict Cumberbatch, Instagram, Keira Knightley, Cbs News, Trends, Justin Bieber, Jennifer Aniston, Amy Poehler, Harry Potter, Emma Stone, Cbs, Tina Fey, Kate Winslet, Scarlett Johansson, George Clooney


Penis fish, Simon Cowell’s missing boobs, and Hillary Clinton’s gay flings, in this week’s dubious tabloids

There’s a fresh sensitivity in evidence, and a renewed dedication to honesty and factual accuracy. As if. No, this week’s tabloids are as irredeemable as ever. And with the New Year comes New Year’s resolutions, which invariably means a new weight loss regime for many tabloid readers, long overdue judging by the ads for compression socks to improve circulation, weight-loss supplements, liver detox supplements, walk-in bathtubs, and personal weight loss plans. ‘Us’ and ‘People’ magazines both pre...
Tags: Post, Hollywood, News, California, Toronto, Hillary Clinton, Ozzy Osbourne, Tennessee, Dolly Parton, Michelle Obama, Paula Abdul, Simon Cowell, Tabloids, Royals, Angelina Jolie, Prada


ComingSoon’s 10 Best Movies of the Decade

ComingSoon’s 10 Best Movies of the Decade The 2010s were a decade of mindblowing films that took us through turbulent times with style and substance. It was the decade when superhero flicks came into their own, and horror became a dominant force in the industry. This decade also saw a downturn in the mid-budget studio picture (comedies, star-led dramas), yet still a few managed to rise above. Overall it has been an impressive ten years, and ComingSoon.net is counting down the best of the best...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Hollywood, Movies, Horror, Aaron Sorkin, New York City, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Stephen King, Disney, America, Dave, Jake Gyllenhaal, Wes Anderson, Manchester, Hugh Jackman


15 Years Ago, ‘The Aviator’ Transformed Leonardo DiCaprio’s Career – and Forever Changed Our Perception of Him as an Actor

If we are indeed at the tail end of the era of movie stars, it’s worth considering the career of one of the medium’s brightest lights. Leonardo DiCaprio is one of a few actors who can still open a movie at the box office simply by being its star, and one of a similar few actors who’s yet to be involved in a major franchise of any kind. Over the last quarter-century, he’s navigated the pitfalls of movie stardom at every turn. One of the most important transitions in DiCaprio’s career came 15 ye...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, New York, Hollywood, Movies, Matt Damon, Features, Fbi, Ocean, Clint Eastwood, Leonardo-DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Scorsese, Quentin Tarantino, Ridley Scott, Steven Spielberg


Travel: Visit Iceland to see where your favorite films and TV shows were shot

Moments after being seated for a traditional Icelandic dinner at Hotel Rangá’s understatedly elegant restaurant, my table was greeted by the affable property owner. Aware of my Southern California roots, he pointed to a two-top across the dining room and whispered, “Those ladies having dinner over there said they’re staying here because of ‘The Real Housewives of Orange County.’” The hotelier gave a wide smile as he spoke a bit louder. “Two years later and I’m still getting business off that sho...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Hbo, Kim Kardashian, Sweden, Africa, Disney, America, Sport, Kanye West, Things To Do, Soccer, Justin Bieber, Portugal, Portland, James Bond


‘Glory’ at 30: Denzel Washington’s 1989 Breakout Film is Still the Best Civil War Movie Ever Made

Within the war movie genre, the American Civil War hasn’t beget as many classics as World War II or Vietnam. One indisputable classic, however, is Glory, the powerful 1989 film based on a true story about one of the first all-black volunteer regiments in the Union Army. Denzel Washington won his first Oscar for this movie. You may recall the scene where his character, Trip — the defiant slave turned soldier turned AWOL shoe-hunter — tries to keep a stiff upper lip but starts leaking tears as he...
Tags: Japan, Hbo, Hollywood, Movies, Nbc, Washington, China, Boston, Matt Damon, America, Reagan, Features, Michelle Obama, Pentagon, Morgan-Freeman, John Wayne


Downhill Trailer Starring Will Ferrell & Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Downhill trailer starring Will Ferrell & Julia Louis-Dreyfus Fox Searchlight has released the official trailer for directing duo Nat Faxon and Jim Rash’s upcoming comedy-drama film Downhill, featuring lead stars Will Ferrell and Julia Louis-Dreyfus as a married couple who will undergo a huge conflict in their relationship after Ferrell’s character made a selfish decision. The film is scheduled to hit theaters on February 14. Check out the Downhill trailer below! RELATED: Netflix Remaking Doc...
Tags: Video, Hbo, Movies, Netflix, Alps, George Clooney, Fox Searchlight, Will Ferrell, Cannes, Ferrell, The Square, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Ruben Ostlund, Force Majeure, Jim Rash, Julia Louis Dreyfus Veep


Headsup: Military, Mommies, and Missions Galactic

Disclaimer : Warner Brothers Home Entertainment asks that we note it provided a free copy of “Fuller House: The Complete Fourth Season”.  The opinions I share are my own. “Based on Joseph Heller’s seminal novel of the same name, Catch-22 is the story of the incomparable, artful dodger, Yossarian (Christopher Abbott), a US Air Force bombardier in World War II who is furious because thousands of people he has never met are trying to kill him. But his real problem is not the enemy, but rather his o...
Tags: Amazon, Television, Tig Notaro, Star Trek, George Clooney, Joseph Heller, Jackson, Headsup, Blu-ray, Dvd, Rebecca Romijn, US Air Force, Steve, Fuller House, Fernando, Max


Downhill Release Date Revealed for Julia Louis-Dreyfus/Will Ferrell Film

Julia Louis-Dreyfus-Will Ferrell Comedy Downhill Set to Open On Valentine’s Day According to The Hollywood Reporter, the upcoming Fox Searchlight production Downhill, starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Will Ferrell, has landed a Valentine’s Day 2020 theatrical release date in case anyone is in the mood for a little black comedy to go with their box of chocolates. It will have a lot of competition on February 14 with the simultaneous openings of tentpole movie Sonic the Hedgehog as well as the ...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Alps, George Clooney, Fox Searchlight, Will Ferrell, Cannes, The Square, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Ruben Ostlund, Jim Rash, Julia Louis Dreyfus Veep, Erik Hemmendorff, Movie News, Anthony Bregman, Jesse Armstrong


El Tejano in North Hollywood is perfect for Tex-Mex eats and game-day action on the big screen

Wandering into the NoHo branch of the famously raucous El Tejano chain on a Sunday night, in the midst of a football game, I had the feeling the place didn’t serve food. There were drinks in front of…everybody. Many exotic margaritas, but mostly draft beer, served in 18-ounce schooners. The noise level was impressive. But then, it was a Rams game, so you’d expect a lot of fan madness. And if it had been a Monday night — which at El Tejano is “Marg Monday” — I figure the howling would have been e...
Tags: Texas, Restaurants, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Nashville, Bill Belichick, George Clooney, Dining, Fajitas, Southern California, Burritos, Jared Goff, San Fernando Valley, Tex Mex


Win a Trip to Thailand for Two! (And I’ll Meet You There!)

Posted: 10/24/19 | October 24th, 2019 A few years ago, I found this charity website called Omaze. They are an awesome online fundraising platform that connects incredible charities, once-in-a-lifetime experiences, and people who want to make a difference. I can’t fully remember how I found them but I do remember the campaign was to have wine with Jennifer Lawrence and support a voting right’s organization. So I donated in hopes of winning (I did not). Then I got hooked on donating money to ch...
Tags: Travel, Jennifer Lawrence, Thailand, Canada, Belgium, George Clooney, Ecuador, Bangkok, Omaze, Hostelworld, Don, FLYTE, Bangkok Chiang Mai, Forget Travel Insurance Travel, Cuba Guatemala Mexico Colombia


Countries with royal families

The British royal family is like the New England Patriots of monarchies — beloved by their own people, but almost everyone else is pretty sick of hearing about them. Given the global media attention lavished on the British royals, it can be easy to believe that they’re the only monarchy in the world. That would be a mistake. There are 26 monarchies, and some even wield actual political power. You might not buy a coffee mug with the sultan of Oman’s face on it, and you probably didn’t stay up ...
Tags: Travel, UK, Hollywood, Africa, Austria, United States, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, Dubai, Elton John, Switzerland, Brunei, Oman, Swaziland, Royal Family, Monaco


9 celebrities with amazing home bars – from Khloé Kardashian to George Clooney

See the bars that celebrities including Khloe Kardashian, Amanda Holden and Kris Jenner have set up in their homes...
Tags: Khloe Kardashian, George Clooney, Kris Jenner, Khloe Kardashian Amanda Holden


Jackie Brown Star Robert Forster Dead at Age 78

Jackie Brown Star Robert Forster Dead at Age 78 It is with great sadness that ComingSoon.net must report (via The Hollywood Reporter) that beloved character actor and Jackie Brown Oscar-nominee Robert Forster has passed away at age 78. He died at his Los Angeles home from brain cancer, survived by his third wife, Evie, and his children Elizabeth, Kathrine and Maeghen and Robert. RELATED: Watch the Trailer for El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie! Forster made an auspicious debut at age 26 opposite...
Tags: Hollywood, London, Movies, Matthew Mcconaughey, Horror, Los Angeles, Robert De Niro, Obituary, Marlon Brando, Jim Carrey, George Clooney, Ed, Bob, Harrison Ford, Quentin Tarantino, Elizabeth Taylor


Royal sex scandal lies, lawsuits and hair loss, in this week’s dubious tabloids

“Jeffrey Epstein Teen Slave Scandal - Prince Andrew Fails Lie Detector Test!” screams the cover of the ‘National Enquirer.’ Except the Prince hasn’t taken a polygraph. Not even close. A pseudo-scientific voice analysis of a recording of Andrew declining to speak about the Epstein scandal in 2015 “concluded the prince showed ‘extreme’ tension,” reports the rag. Because if the Prince’s voice displayed tension, it can only be because he’s guilty? Right. “Barack Hires Divorce Lawyers!” proclaims t...
Tags: Post, England, Hollywood, London, News, Media, Obama, America, Chicago, Canada, South Africa, Nicole Kidman, Paris, Tabloids, Harry, George Clooney


20 Years Later, ‘The Limey’ is Steven Soderbergh’s Most Underrated and Most Daring Movie

If there is an art to a good director’s commentary, then the commentary track for The Limey is the equivalent of Picasso’s Guernica . Director Steven Soderbergh and writer Lem Dobbs appear on the track, and it doesn’t begin the way a traditional commentary does, with the awkward easing-in to a feature-length discursive exploration of what’s playing out on screen. Instead, to start the commentary is to feel like you’ve skipped to the middle, as it begins with the two men mid-argument. The ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Matt Damon, Los Angeles, Features, Julia Roberts, Netflix, Ocean, Jennifer Lopez, Steven Soderbergh, DEA, George Clooney, Ken Loach, Picasso, Wilson, Clooney


Paul Allen's former Beverly Hills property got a major price cut and is back on the market for $110 million. Take a look at the late Microsoft cofounder's 'Enchanted Hill,' which spans 5 empty lots.

A massive Beverly Hills property that belonged to late Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen is back on the market for $110 million. The 120-acre development site, which spans five empty lots, was put on the market for $150 million after Allen's death in October 2018. The property is mostly undeveloped except for utilities, a one-mile private road, and two entrances that Allen added while he owned it. According to the listing, the land has space for a private compound as well as multiple guest houses...
Tags: Microsoft, Los Angeles, Trends, Paul Allen, Beverly Hills, George Clooney, Times, Ellen Degeneres, River Thames, Allen, Frances Marion, Rick Hilton, Beverly Crest, Zach Goldsmith Jesse Lally Jeff Hyland, Lake Como villa, Neal J Leitereg


'An air of mincing menace': Boris Johnson laments rejection of film script

Prime minister reveals he pitched Mission to Assyria – a Raiders of the Lost Ark-style adventure – to ‘a very distinguished director’Prime minister Boris Johnson has confirmed that he is the author of a putative blockbuster film script entitled Mission to Assyria, which failed to be picked up by the “distinguished director” it was sent to.Speaking to the Standard, Johnson said: “I did send it to a very distinguished director, and I’m embarrassed to say that I had no answer back. I was so crestfa...
Tags: Politics, Film, UK News, Film Industry, Culture, Boris Johnson, George Clooney, Assyria, Standard Johnson


How to visit Lake Orta from Milan

At a time when the major northern Italian pre-alpine lakes — Maggiore, Como, and Garda — are overrun with tourists and VIPs like George Clooney, nearby Lake Orta is experiencing quite the opposite. This lake is starved for attention, though that’s probably because locals are working hard to keep it all to themselves. Nineteenth-century French novelist Honoré de Balzac wrote about Orta, “The world that the traveler has lately viewed is here in miniature, modest and pure.” His words still ring ...
Tags: Travel, Milan, Italy, Michelin, George Clooney, All, Lake Como, Northern Italy, Piedmont, Garda, Milan Malpensa, Lake Maggiore, Alessandro Manzoni, Pennine Alps, Maggiore, Orta