Russian authorities want to see the French actor at the top of a state wine agency in the peninsular region, annexed from Ukraine earlier this year. read more
Gerard Depardieu wants to make eco-friendly vodka, two men rob liquor stores with their pants, and couple comes home to find moaning meth addict under their bed.
The French actor also plans to sell kitchen utensils and oepn a restaurant chain in the country, which gave him a passport in early 2013. read more
Could it be career rehab time for Gerard Depardieu? Abel Ferrara, who made audiences see Harvey Keitel in a harsh new light when he made the original Bad Lieutenant, has cast Depardieu as a vague analogue of embattled IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn. Show More Summary
Gerard Depardieu stars as a fictionalized version of former Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, who caused a huge scandal in the banking industry when he was accused of sexually assaulting aShow More Summary
Those familiar with Gerard Depardieu might not immediately picture him as a dastardly fiend who messes with the unsavory side of corrupt international banking. But that's exactly what the French actor becomes in Welcome to New York, the latest film from Abel Ferrara (King of New York, Mulberry St.). Show More Summary
"We tried to invite a lot of people, but no one came." The Moscow International Film Festival in 2013 opened with "World War Z," as Brad Pitt signed autographs on the red carpet, and ended with "Rasputin," with star Gerard Depardieu attended the closing ceremony. Show More Summary
French actor/Russian citizen/Vladimir Putin's BFF Gérard Depardieu is opening a restaurant in Moscow. In an interview with Russian paper Komsomolskaya Pravda (translated), Depardieu reveals that the restaurant will be called Gérard and will serve "the simple food that I...
Gerard Depardieu bails on film festival to drink beer, Amanda Bynes bong throwing case dismissed, and underage Disney Star Bill Unger arrested for DUI.
French actor Gerard Depardieu starred in a drama at the Edinburgh Film Festival - only it wasn't on the screen.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn has filed suit against the makers of Gerard Depardieu's new film for defamation because of its similarities to sexual assault charges in 2011.
Using a tiny proportion of the money they would make from staging a World Cup, FIFA have financed a new film called United Passions. The vanity project—which launched this week at the Cannes Film Festival—stars Gerard Depardieu as World...Show More Summary
‘United Passions’ is a brand-new film about the founding and history of FIFA, soccer’s top governing body. The major motion-picture features stars Tim Roth, Gerard Depardieu and Sam Neill. Based on the trailer for the film (see below),...Show More Summary
‘Welcome to New York,’ starring Gérard Depardieu, is a plodding soft-core romp, but it’s got Strauss-Kahn suing mad—and his ex-wife says it’s gag-inducing.
Did Dominique Strauss-Kahn host an epic sex party the night before a chambermaid accused him of rape at a New York hotel? Did he, years ago, attempt to rape a journalist who’d come to interview him? Did he actually rape the chambermaid at said New York hotel? In real life there are...
In yet another career comparison that does him no favors, Joe Arpaio’s showbiz buddy attempts a role as the American Gerard Depardieu. From The Wire: Action guy Steven Seagal weighed in on the international dispute over Russia’s annexation of Crimea this week. Spoiler alert: he’s siding with his friend Vladimir Putin and not with President [Read more...]
French actor Gérard Depardieu hated the new taxes in France so much he fled to Russia. The star received citizenship in early 2013, with President Vladimir Putin personally delivering Depardieu’s passport. However, Depardieu does not have a problem with Russia’s aggression toward Ukraine. Show More Summary
From Harry Styles peeing on Sir Mix-A-Lot's bushes to Gerard Depardieu pissing on a plane, we're ranking the most embarrassing celeb peeing scandals!
Gerard Depardieu. Apple. And now McDonald's. It feels like anyone who's anyone is on French President Hollande's tax hit list. Here are the latest allegations of tax dodging and what the hamburger giant has to say about the matter.
What has French actor Gerard Depardieu been up to? According to the Wall Street Journal, he's diversifying his interests and increasingly moving away from acting to pursue real estate concerns, wine sales, hospitality, and most recently, airline management. Show More Summary