It wasn’t too long ago when the world found out that Kristen Stewart cheated on her boyfriend/Twilight co-star Robert Pattinson, and now Rob is opening up with a rather lax point of view on the whole situation.
Covering Esquire UK‘s September 2014 issue, he tells the magazine that K. Stew’s cheating was normal:
“Sh-t happens, you know? It’s just young people… it’s normal! And honestly, who gives a sh-t? The hardest part was talking about it afterwards. Because when you talk about other people, it affects them in ways you can’t predict. It’s like that scene in Doubt, where [Philip Seymour Hoffman is] talking about how to take back gossip? They throw all those feathers from a pillow into the sky and you’ve got to go and collect all the feathers.”
Being the bigger person is always the right move. Looking good, Rob.
Throughout his acting career, Jamie Foxx has snagged some pretty amazing roles and according to new reports, he’s snagged one more.
Variety.com reports that the actor and singer will play one of the greatest boxers of all time, Mike Tyson, in an untitled biopic that producer Terence Winter will pen. According to the site:
Having already played the corner man to one of the greatest boxers of all-time, Jamie Foxx looks ready to get back in the ring to portray one of the most recognizable boxers and sports figures of this generation.
Sources tell Variety that Foxx is attached to play Mike Tyson in an untitled biopic that Terence Winter is set to pen. Rick Yorn, who is Foxx’s manager, is shepherding the project and will produce.
The package is still coming together and is currently without a studio, but once the final details are ironed out and it is presented to the market, it shouldn’t be hard to interest a distributor.
This is definitely going to be good.
Thursday nights are about to be our favorite nights.
In the very near future, we can look forward to a lineup like no other, as Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal, and Murder will be playing back-to-back on Thursdays during a three-hour block of suspense and drama.
In order to tease the epicness, dubbed “Shondaland,” creator Shonda Rhimes gathered her ladies to talk about the night full of drama. Check out Kerry Washington, Viola Davis, Shonda Rhimes, and Ellen Pompeo as they dish the deets in the promo video above.
We see a much softer side of McConaughey as he hopes to save the universe, and tells his daughter before his departure:
“I’m coming back. I love you forever.”
Check out the trailer above.