Angelina Jolie's next project has enlisted some Oscar-winning help. Joel and Ethan Coen will rewrite the script for an upcoming film about Olympian and World War II hero Lou Zamperini, The Hollywood Reporter reports.
Demián Bichir and Diane Kruger
FX has placed a 13-episode order for The Bridge, the network announced Tuesday. Diane Kruger and Oscar nominee Demián Bichir will the star in the drama, which comes from executive producers Meredith Stiehm and Elwood Reid.
Revenge has recruited Tess Harper, known for playing Jesse's mom on Breaking Bad, for an upcoming guest spot, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Harper, 61, will play Carol Miller, a sympathetic former corporate secretary who has spent the last 15 years...
The Social Network
The Social Network took home the top prize at the 61st annual American Cinema Editors' Eddie Awards.
Angus Wall and Kirk Baxter, editors of the film about Facebook, won in the dramatic feature category, while Alice in Wonderland's Chris Lebenzon nabbed the musical or comedy category. Ken Schretzmann and Lee Unkrich took the trophy in animated feature competition for Toy Story 3.
Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem
It's a boy for Penélope Cruz and Javier Bardem.
"Penélope and Javier welcomed their first son into their family last...
Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem
Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem have wed, according to The Associated Press.
Cruz, 36, and Bardem, 41, married in early July in a small ceremony attended by family, Cruz's representative, Amanda Silverman, told the wire service. It took place at...
Tommy Lee Jones by Jim Spellman/WireImage.com
Tommy Lee Jones is suing the makers of No Country for Old Men for more than 10 million of outstanding bonuses promised to him for starring in the picture The San Antonio Express-News reportsIn a lawsuit filed against Paramount Pictures on Thursday Jones who played Sheriff Ed Tom Bell in the Oscar-winning film claims his contract assured him significant box office bonuses and back-end compensation depending on the movies box-office success No Country went on to gross 160 millionThe reimbursement was meant to compensate for Jones reduced upfront feeThe actor asserts he was denied such compensation over the winter when Paramount informed him of various mistakes in his contractJones wants an auditor to review records to determine how much he ought to be owed Joyce Eng
No Country for Old Men courtesy Walt Disney Video
When a man stumbles upon a bloody scene and two million dollars in cash, his decision to take the money sets off an unstoppable chain reaction of violence. Hunted by a psychopathic killer, the man tries desperately to put an end to his pursuer while the local Sheriff follows the bodies left behind. No Country for Old Men is the 4-time Oscar-winning movie from Joel and Ethan Coen starring Tommy Lee Jones, Josh Brolin and Javier Bardem, winner of the Academy Award for "Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role."No Country for Old Men arrived at my house as an Oscar-nominated film, and it walked away with 4 awards before I had a chance to watch it. The "best picture" winner is always worthy of viewing, either because it's a great movie, or because you're able to shake your head in disgust after viewing it, proclaiming another movie as being "much, much better." I went in with an open mind, even though I strongly disliked Fargo, the other movie that provided the Coen brothers wi...
Ellen Page and Michae Ceral in Juno courtesy Fox Searchlight
Thanks primarily to good timing, this year's Academy Award contenders for best picture drew in an extra $111 million between the Jan. 22 announcement of the nominees and Sunday's telecast, E! reports.Unlike some past years when all of the nommed films were released before November, many of this year's nominees rolled out much closer to the nominations, taking advantage of the buzz. Juno was the biggest earner, adding about $43.3 mil to its previous earnings. There Will Be Blood made 75 percent of its $35 mil post-nominations, having been in limited release until late January.Even Michael Clayton, which had a disastrous box office debut last fall, tacked on nearly $10 mil with a re-release. Atonement earned an extra $16 mil, while big winner No Country for Old Men added a respectable $15 mil to its gross in the past month. Adam Bryant
Javier Bardem by Tim Ogier/ABC
The Coen brothers' No Country for Old Men saw no shortfall of love from Academy voters, who on Sunday night handed the drama a bevy of gold, including a win for best picture. Javier Bardem, an early front-runner in the supporting-actor race, earned kudos for his role in the film, while the Coens' script won for best adapted screenplay.In the lead-acting categories, Daniel Day-Lewis won for There Will Be Blood and Marion Cotillard took home a statue for La Vie en Rose. Tilda Swinton earned supporting-actress honors for Michael Clayton.Ratatouille scurried off with the prize for best animated feature.Click here for a complete list of the winners.More from TVGuide.com's Oscars special: A series of fab photo galleries Watch videos of red-carpet interviews Our live Oscars blog recaps every memorable moment!