Vincent Gallo has filed a lawsuit against a reporter who posted an audio recording of a conversation between Gallo and the reporter in which Gallo bashes Spike Jonze, Julia Roberts and the Coppolas, according to The Hollywood Reporter. In the...
The actress also discusses her new film, "Money Monster," which stars George Clooney and Julia Roberts.
The holiday themed romantic comedy Mother's Day bombs at the box office despite the star power of Julia Roberts, Jennifer Aniston and Kate Hudson.
At least someone had a happy "Mother's Day." Critics and audiences did not embrace the star-studded rom-com, which has a depressing 8 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes and opened to fourth place at the box office with $8.3 million. However,...Show More Summary
Julia Roberts may not have a lot of screen time in the new comedy “Mother’s Day,” which opened in theaters over the weekend, but she certainly got paid like she was the star. The actress, who only worked on the film for four days, was...Show More Summary
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Monday, May 2. All times are Eastern. Top picks Jane The Virgin (The CW, 9 p.m.): It’s Mother’s Day on Jane The Virgin, and as far as we can tell, Julia Roberts’ wig is nowhere in sight. Qué lástima. Show More Summary
What are you getting your mother for Mother's Day? A box of chocolates? Gardening equipment? A power saw? Well whatever your mother is getting for the occasion, it's probably not going to be as big as Julia Roberts' big Mother's DayShow More Summary
Garry Marshall’s Mother’s Day may not be inspiring any feelings of maternal affection in critics, but at least one of its many stars probably doesn’t give a damn if the critics liked it or not. According to a report from Variety, Julia Roberts made $3 million for her work on Mother’s Day, which consisted of only four days of filming. Show More Summary
Julia Roberts and Jennifer Aniston star in Garry Marshall's ensemble comedy 'Mother's Day.' Garry Marshall's ensemble comedyMother's Day hit theaters yesterday. The star-studded movie, whichThe Guardiancalled "transcendentally terrible,"...Show More Summary
If there’s one thing you can count on in a Garry Marshall film, it’s an appearance by Héctor Elizondo. The actor has been cast in all 18 of the director’s feature films since the two first worked together in the 1982 comedy “Young Doctors...Show More Summary
Julia Roberts could sell sand at the beach. Or at least, that’s the role she plays in her new movie, Mother’s Day, coming out this Friday. Roberts plays a Home Shopping Network host in the upcoming flick, so Ellen DeGenerous invited her to play a game of, “Pitch, Please” on the air on Thursday. Show More Summary
We?ve seen celebs like Ricky Gervais and Rebel Wilson take things to silly places on Ellen's "Pitch, Please" game, and now it?s Julia Roberts? turn. Watch as the actress blindly talks about how sex toys has made her life better. Click To Continue Reading
Much of the pre-release chatter around "Mother's Day," the latest holiday-themed group therapy session from director Garry Marshall ("Valentine's Day," "New Year's Eve"), has focused on the subject of Julia Roberts' hair — specifically, the strawberry-blond Anna Wintour bob that her character wears...
Garry Marshall is, at least nominally, an actor’s director. His early career in sitcoms made him a specialist in helping stars find a persona. He directed Julia Roberts to her most famous performance in Pretty Woman. He’s worked as a character actor himself. Show More Summary
Julia Roberts showed off her improvisational skills during a recent visit to The Ellen Degeneres Show when she encouraged audience members to buy a sex toy set, without knowing what she was 'selling'. The Pretty Woman star, who plays...Show More Summary
At 81, it is admirable that director Garry Marshall is still cranking out feature films. Unfortunately, since he started turning faux holidays into excuses for movies with Valentine’s Day in 2010, followed in 2011 by New Year’s Eve, he — and we — have been experiencing diminishing returns. Show More Summary
When Taylor Swift asked Julia Roberts to join her onstage in the Santa Clara, California leg of her concert tour based on her album entitled 1989, the Pretty Woman star froze. Although she eventually acquiesced, Roberts had no idea how it was all going to play out. Show More Summary
Julia Roberts plays a Home Shopping Network host in her new movie Mother's Day, so Ellen decided to make use of Roberts' selling skills by having her play a game of "Pitch, Please" on Thursday's show. In this game, the guest has to try to sell an item without having any idea what it is. Show More Summary
When Julia Roberts agreed to appear on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" Thursday, she probably had no idea she knew what she was getting herself into. During a segment called "Pitch, Please," Ellen got Roberts to sell sex toys, Home Shopping Network-style, as an ode to her character in "Mother's Day" (a HSN host). Show More Summary
If Julia Roberts ever finds herself in a weird alternate universe without a magnificent acting career, she'd be great at selling sex toys. During her appearance on Thursday's episode of Ellen, Julia Roberts played "Pitch, Please" — a...Show More Summary