Here's how that famous "Jerry Maguire" scene came about.
Cameron Crowe Finally Explains The Inspiration For 'Show Me The Money'
You've got to praise this effort.
The stage was set. After a few months rehearsing and playing small clubs in Colorado, they were a tight combo, playing a
Well women are at peace alone and at peace with people. They seek out others because of the added dimensions others bring to their lives. And let's face it, some things are more fun in pairs and groups.
Movies are magical. The good ones hold you captive in a great story, to a different time and place, and then bring you back home. In two hours, they leave you changed, having learned new things and lived a different life.
One surprisingly hot topic at fundraisers lately is campaign finance reform. Surprising to me because I can't imagine trying to make a sale and telling my customers that buying is itself a dangerous trend.
Do you remember the movie Jerry McGuire? At the end of the movie, Jerry got it all wrong as he sealed the deal with Dorothy Boyd (Renee's character) when he uttered those cringe-worthy words, "you complete me."
3 popped kernels (Scale: 0-4) Through tumultuous times, butler Cecil Gaines serves eight different Presidents with unwavering
He definitely has a voice. He's specific. And you know when you see his movies, you're going to get a specific type of truth
Following an impressive filmography, Jay's favorite project he's ever worked on has been developing his "Mohr Stories" podcast, which is approaching its 100th episode. He's entertained guests ranging from Rufus Wainwright and Charlie Sheen to his own priest.
Comyn's letter began: "Having spent the past 18 years of my life in advertising sales, TV, Radio and Outdoor, I've always
Navigating the years after childhood stardom can be tough. Not every child star can achieve grown up success, but then again
On June 12, the Friars Club and Friars Foundation honored Tom Cruise with the Entertainment Icon Award, which until now had only been given to three recipients: Douglas Fairbanks, Cary Grant and Frank Sinatra.
Each conveys basically the same meaning as the original. The same actors would have spoken them in the same high-stakes scenes
If we had lost jobs in March, I would join the choruses of "this is not good" comments across the media spectrum, but to go into such a tailspin over a report that indicates our country once again gained jobs (although 83,000 less than some predicted) is ridiculous.
Me: "I might as well be talking to the coffee table. I don't like being ignored. Didn't you see Fatal Attraction? I won't be ignored."