Michael J. Fox Drank To Cope With Parkinson's, Lizzy Caplan Sizzles In GQ, Jennifer Lawrence Joins Cast Of 'East Of Eden'
Jennifer Lawrence has joined the cast of the remake of John Steinbeck's "East Of Eden". The actress is set to reteam with "Hunger Games" director Gary Ross. Brian Grazer will produce the movie, which will be split into two parts. Lawrence will also star in the adaptation of Hannah Kent's "Burial Rites", which will also be directed by Ross. Elia Kazan directed the original film adaptation of "East Of Eden", which starred James Dean. (story)
Michael J. Fox started drinking as a way to cope with his Parkinson's Disease diagnosis. The actor, who has an eponymous new show about a newsman suffering from the disease and returns to work, told Howard Stern during an interview that he turned to the bottle as his first reaction. (story)
Had enough of Miley Cyrus yet? She's back yet again with another racy performance, this time in producer Mike WiLL Made It's video for "23", which is about Air Jordan sneakers. The song features Miley's three latest trademarks: showing lots of skin, sticking her tongue out and the giant foam finger she used during her VMAs performance with Robin Thicke. The song also has lots of drug references. (story)
Lizzy Caplan, who stars in Showtime's new series "Masters of Sex", absolutely scorches in a new photoshoot for GQ magazine. The actress also talks about the new show's content (hint: enough sex and nudity to make "Game of Thrones" look like "Sesame Street") and makes a big promise to all guys who watch the show. She also says women will love it as well. (story)
Miley Cyrus isn't the only one twerking these days. Actress Vanessa Hudgens got up onstage at Hollywood hotspot Bootsy Bellows with girl group YLA for a little song, a little dance and a little shakin' in her pants. (story)
"Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.": is it the best new show of the fall TV season? It just might be. Joss Whedon has returned to the small screen with a look at the organization behind all the superheroes -- but can the absence of the likes of Iron Man, Thor and Captain America make it as a show on its own? (story)
HBO is moving forward with miniseries "Criminal Justice", based on a 2008 British drama on the BBC, and late actor James Gandolfini was attached to the lead role before his sudden death in June. Now, Robert De Niro will be filling the role left vacant by his friend; however the former "Sopranos" star will get credit as one of the series producers, as he had been working on it before his untimely passing.(story)