PUBLISHED: 17:46 18 September 2018 | UPDATED: 17:46 18 September 2018 Charlotte Smith-Jarvis Howard the Duck © Studio / Produzent Archant Do you agree with our list of some of the worst films ever made? Fifty Shades of Grey © Universal Pictures SwitzerlandLast week, having been lured into the world of streamed telly, I found myself watching painstakingly realistic mockumentary, The Disaster Artist. James Franco produced, directed and starred in the bizarre, almost-too-crazy-to-be true tale of wannabe actor Gregg Sestero, who found himself the most unusual kinship in Tommy Wisseau – a strange chap of indeterminate age and nationality. Together they brought to the screen Tommy’s self-penned tale, The Room - so bad it was quite literally laughed out of theatres. It became the stuff of legends, achieving cult status, and as I watched the scenes unravel (including a Marlon Brando-esque screech from Franco as Tommy “you’re … [Read more...] about Are these some of the worst films of all time?
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A Liverpool war photographer whose leg was blown apart when a makeshift media centre in Syria was bombed is set to be played by Fifty Shades of Grey actor Jamie Dornan in a major Hollywood film. Paul Conroy, 54, was with Sunday Times reporter Marie Colvin in Homs, Syria, when they were shelled in 2012. Marie, a veteran America war correspondent died, alongside French photographer Rémi Ochlik, while Paul's left leg was all but destroyed. The terrifying incident and the nail biting days which followed it as the survivors tried to evacuate the warzone were recorded by Paul in his 2013 book, Under the Wire: Maria Colvin's final Assignment. That book has now been turned into a documentary, and the story of what happened to them will also become a Hollywood film, called A Private War, starring Rosamund Pike as Marie Colvin and Northern Irish actor Jamie Dornan as Paul. Under the Wire, comes to cinemas on Friday September 7, with a special screening followed by a question and answer … [Read more...] about Scouser’s incredible tale to become Hollywood film with Fifty Shades heart-throb
A mistress who only dates married men has shown off intimate holiday pictures of her most expensive ever date - after it cost her wealthy lover £75,000. Gweneth Lee, 46, jetted off for a weekend in Paris in which she and her mystery man stayed at a £15,000-a-night hotel, dined in a three-star Michelin restaurant and went on a £17,000 shopping spree. The date culminated in the widow taking part in a £10,000 Fifty Shades of Grey themed erotic photoshoot alongside the city's most famous landmarks including the Pont Alexandre III bridge and the Eiffel Tower. Hotel guest BITES bridegroom after claiming someone from wedding was romping with his girlfriend behind door Businesswoman Ms Lee, of Chelsea, West London said: "My lover is like a real-life Christian Grey with a string of businesses ranging from tech to property. "But he is real interest is sex and the kind of kinky games that Christian enjoys in the Fifty Shades of Grey books and films. "He loves erotic imagery … [Read more...] about Mistress who only dates married men reveals details of £75k date with ‘Mr Grey’
06/06/2018 By Neptune Leave a Comment 8 June 2018.THE BOOK CLUB **1/2 Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen – fine actresses (Keaton and Fonda are both Oscar-winners) and old time troupers. Add Mary Steenburgen and they make up the Book Club, a foursome of close friends from way back who like to read books and discuss literature. Median age around 72. Until they fall upon the infamous and steamy ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ and can’t help but think a lot about sex and how it fits into their ‘mature’ years. The male contingent includes a mellowed Andy Garcia (‘Ocean’s 11’), a still attractive Don Johnson (‘Miami Vice’) and old Richard Dreyfus. With such a power cast and fun premise, this could have been a great film in the genre of “Something’s Gotta Give” (Keaton and Nicholson) or “It’s Complicated” (Streep and Baldwin). Unfortunately this film doesn’t have any of the wisdom or … [Read more...] about FILM: THE BOOK CLUB – star-powered chuckles
Well, what a blessed relief that is. It's like discovering that it's fine to sign up for 10 Pilates lessons and only turn up to two. No guilt necessary. And if not finishing books is now allowed, then there must be plenty of other activities that we can, on reflection, recategorise as 'Better Left Unfinished'. How about… 1. The really bad play To be fair, leaving at the interval is a far bigger decision than abandoning, say, Fifty Shades Of Grey (the book that has the distinction of being top of the 'most frequently unfinished' chart). You must live with the knowledge that the cast will, at some point, look out and see your abandoned seats and in that moment realise they have failed in their job. Then again, half a play plus dinner is a night salvaged. 2. The last bottle of wine ... that you said you should not open. For pity's sake, leave it. What is €7.99 down the drain as compared with sleeping on the bottom stair and then, in the morning, driving over your handbag? … [Read more...] about Shane Watson: It’s time to embrace your inner quitter