In Paris, Ben Affleck appears in tears during a romantic dinner with Jennifer Lopez
© Abaca Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez in the Parisian streets. (Paris, July 25, 2022.) They said "yes", for better and for worse. After a surprise marriage in Las Vegas , Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck decided to fly to Paris in order to take advantage of their honeymoon. Between cruise and stroll along the banks, walk in the garden of tuileries and family outings, no shadow seems to have come to taint their perfect stay.
Zosia Mamet has boarded 'Madame Web'. © Provided by BANG Showbiz Zosia Mamet
The 'Girls' star has landed a mystery role in Sony Pictures' Marvel movie based on the comic book character of the same name, Deadline reports.
The casting of 'Flight Attendant' star Zosia comes after Adam Scott was added to the stellar ensmble.
He joins Dakota Johnson – who will play the lead role in the flick - with Sydney Sweeney, Celeste O'Connor, Isabela Merced, Emma Roberts and Tahar Rahim also forming the cast. Scott's part in the film is also yet to be revealed.
Gallery: From Rocky to Rambo! 10 iconic Sylvester Stallone films (BANG Showbiz)
Celebrities who got married more than twice
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Stallone struggled to find work early in his career but shot to stardom for his portrayal of underdog boxer Rocky Balboa. Sly penned the screenplay for the 1976 film that would go on to win an Academy Award for Best Picture. The movie is regarded as one of the greatest sports films ever made and was selected by the Library of Congress for preservation in the United States National Film Registry for its cultural significance.
Stallone has played a variety of action roles during his Hollywood career with the PTSD-plagued soldier John Rambo one of his most famous. Sly played Rambo for the first time in the 1982 box-office hit 'First Blood' and would go on to star in four further movies in the franchise – most recently in 'Rambo: Last Blood' in 2019.
The 'Rocky' franchise became a massive success following the release of the original film and the fourth installment in 1985 pitted Stallone's alter ego against the fearsome Soviet fighter Ivan Drago (Dolph Lundgren). Stallone and Lundgren traded authentic punches in their fight scene and the flick became the highest-grossing film in the franchise, which would go on to span six movies.
Sly played the title role in this 1986 action movie and based the screenplay on ideas he had during pre-production on 'Beverly Hills Cop' – a project he pulled out off after Paramount refused to implement his ideas. Stallone played a hardnosed cop who has to protect the only surviving witness to a strange murderous cult. The movie proved to be a hit at the box office but was met with negative reviews by the critics.
Sly joined Wesley Snipes and Sandra Bullock in the futuristic 1993 action thriller. Stallone's maverick police officer John Spartan is cryogenically frozen in 1996 after a failed attempt to catch crime lord Simon Phoenix. When Phoenix escapes and wreaks havoc on a crime-free society in 2032, Spartan is awakened to help capture the criminal.
Sly led an all-star cast that included Ray Liotta, Robert De Niro and Harvey Keitel. Stallone played New Jersey Sheriff Freddy Heflin as he has tries to stop corrupt New York City officers living in his community. Director James Mangold had been reluctant to cast Stallone in the lead role but the film would prove to be well-received.
Stallone paid homage to the classic action movies of the 1980s and 1990s in his role as Barney Ross in the franchise, which began in 2010. The star has been joined by action legends including Jason Statham, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Dolph Lundgren in the three movies so far. The franchise will return to the big screen with 'The Expendables 4' later this year with 50 Cent and Megan Fox joining the cast.
Stallone reprised his role as Rocky Balboa in the 2015 film as his legendary character mentored Adonis Creed (Michael B. Jordan) – the son of his late rival turned friend Apollo Creed (Carl Weathers). Ryan Coogler's movie proved to be a critical and commercial success and Sly's performance was hailed as the actor won the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture.
The Suicide Squad
Sly lent his voice to King Shark in the 2021 DC Extended Universe (DCEU) movie. Director James Gunn wrote the part with Stallone in mind and the actor agreed to take on the role after working with the filmmaker on 'Guardians of the Galaxy'. Stallone featured in an all-star ensemble cast that included Margot Robbie, Idris Elba and John Cena.
S.J. Clarkson is directing the movie from a screenplay by Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless.
Katie Holmes's daughter Suri Cruise performed song for Alone Together
Katie Holmes's daughter Suri Cruise performed song for Alone TogetherIn an interview for Yahoo Entertainment to promote Alone Together, the former Dawson's Creek actress confirmed that her 16-year-old, whom she shares with ex-husband Tom Cruise, sings the cover of Blue Moon that plays during the opening credits.
In the comics, Madame Web is depicted as an elderly woman connected to a life-support system that resembles a spider's web. Due to her age and health, Madame Web never actively fought any villains.
Insiders have stressed that the project could become something else and the character has been compared to the superhero Doctor Strange – who is played by Benedict Cumberbatch in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).
Breakout 'Euphoria' star Sydney previously gushed that it was a dream come true to land a part in a Marvel flick.
She said: "Oh, my goodness. I grew up watching Marvel movies and superheroes are just the coolest thing ever. So, I just dreamt of being able to be a part of something bigger than life itself. And that's what I feel like I'm getting to be a part of with Madame Web."
Cast of Grease broke news of Olivia Newton-John's death to audience .
The actor and singer, 49, who plays Vince Fontaine in the show, appeared on Tuesday's Lorraine with the news where he paid tribute to the late actress. The Australian singer died on Monday aged 73 surrounded by family at her ranch in southern California after a 30-year battle with breast cancer.