The pair took turns sticking their hands in a box and touching surprise creatures like a bearded dragons, a snake, a fluffy dog and even Star Wars‘ own BB-8 in Vanity Fair's challenge on Wednesday.
Misdirection: Keep that in mind when you check out the eighth “Star Wars” installment, “The Last Jedi,” next weekend.
That’s what writer-director Rian Johnson does throughout this dense, careening, seemingly unstructured movie’s 2-hour, 32-minute running time. The movie is worth a second viewing, as it demands that you pay attention. Every little detail pays off.
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At the world premiere — the first-ever public screening — Saturday night at downtown L.A.’s Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall, security guards swept under every car, guests wore individual badges with seat assignments, carried their own smartphones in
The world premiere of Star Wars: The Last Jedi is tonight (December 9) in Los Angeles, but the film’s star John Boyega might not be there due to snow delays.
The 25-year-old actor tweeted that morning that he is currently in Atlanta and he can’t get a flight out of the city due to severe winter weather.
“Wow ATL. Looks like no one’s leaving! Guess I’ll start a family now….” John tweeted. “Cold! My thighs won’t even generate the heat anymore.”
He later added, “Trying to get back for the LA premiere! I actually NEED a pilot!!!” The
Daisy Ridley poses on the cover of Glamour‘s January 2018 issue!
Here’s what the 25-year-old Star Wars actress had to share with the mag:
On why she wants to keep her life private and keep off social media: “It’s not good for me, personally. I’m just not equipped for it. I’m super sensitive—not too sensitive—but I really feel things. Also, there is also a sense that I’m asked who I’m dating a lot more than John [Boyega] is. I don’t answer, because I have things in my life that are private. There is certainly a personal thing
No one has seen “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” yet, but everyone has seen — and formed an opinion on — porgs. The adorable (or not) creatures came up on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” last night, with Kimmel asking the cast of Rian Johnson’s contribution to the mythos what they think of them. Only one person admitted to not being a fan: John Boyega. Watch below.
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He isn’t especially vocal about his disdain, initially signaling it with a gesture. After
Some of the biggest actors in Hollywood sat down together to take part in The Hollywood Reporters latest round table conversation.
James Franco, Tom Hanks, Gary Oldman, John Boyega, Willem Dafoe, and Sam Rockwell got together to talk about their big movies of 2017.
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During their conversation, the topic of of sexual harassment in Hollywood came up and Tom had a lot to say about the matter.
“There are some people who go into this business because they get off on having power,” Tom said. “And the times they feel
Prince William and Prince Harry are going to be making cameos in Star Wars: The Last Jedi! Spoilers ahead!
Sources tell THR that the royals will be dressed as Stormtroopers in a scene, which also features Tom Hardy and singer Gary Barlow.
The scene occurs when Finn (John Boyega) is in an elevator with the four Stormtroopers, who are presumably delivering him somewhere.
“It was a great experience,” John told the publication about filming the scene with some major star power.
The Last Jedi hits theaters on December 15.
“Shitty is shitty,” new Academy governor Whoopi Goldberg told me of the vote to expel a member for the second time in AMPAS’ 90-year history. As everyone in Hollywood struggles to keep their head straight amid a flood of sexual harassment scandals, this year’s crop of Oscar contenders braved Hollywood and Highland traffic snarls to charm a room full of Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) members, including the 54 Governors who voted for this year’s five Honorary Oscars, presented at the 9th (untelevised) Governors Awards.
Behind the scenes, Oscar campaigners had pushed their
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