Not a lot of new films means not a lot of money.
Summer is dead. Long live summer movies!
"I did tear up."
Including those amazing matching jumpsuits that Oprah and Forest Whitaker wear.
With some help from Oprah.
In a roundup of Oprah's wackiest moments on Watch What Happens Live.
Forest Whitaker stars as the title character, who observes history from the White House sidelines.
With her O.C.G. Obsessive Compulsive Gifting.
"Last season was a bit schizophrenic, with like fifteen storylines."
"No, no X-Men, unfortunately."
And other things we learned at a panel discussion for the movie last night.
This back-and-forth doesn't stop being silly.
Warner Bros. used that title for a short film in 1916, so ...
At Cannes, the Oscar-savvy Weinstein showcased three compelling trailers starring Forest Whitaker, Idris Elba, and Michael B. Jordan.
Featuring a whole bunch of important people ... but mostly Oprah.
"I felt like Nicole had given me everything — she'd spread her legs, she'd f**kin' peed on Zac."
See an Elderly Oprah Winfrey and Lenny Kravitz (And Jane Fonda as Nancy Reagan!) on the Set of The Butler
Oprah serves up some Cruella de Vil realness.
In The Butler.
The starry White House film from Lee Daniels.
The new Lee Daniels film.
Pettyfer originally was pursued for Zac Efron's notorious role in The Paperboy.
He's dropped out of the Lee Daniels film.
In Lee Daniels's The Butler.
In the new Lee Daniels film, which Matthew McConaughey is also joining.