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Al Pacino has everyone talking about his love life!
Over the weekend, Al, 81, was spotted having dinner with Noor Alfallah, 28, at Felix Trattoria in Venice, California.
They were seen hopping into the same car after having dinner.
It looks like the two were joined for dinner by Jason Momoa, artist Julian Schnabel and Schnabel’s son Vito, a gallerist and founder of the NFT platform ArtOfficial.
Jason posted a series of photos from Julian’s latest exhibit, one of which was the group at a restaurant. He wrote on Instagram, “amazing night @pacegallery Julian Schnabel’s -for ESME’ with Love and Squalor so thankful to enjoy dinner with legends. all my aloha j.”
Pacino previously dated Meital Dohan, but they called it quits in 2020 after two years together. That year, she opened up on their 39-year age gap, telling Israeli magazine La’Isha, “The age gap is difficult, yes. I tried to deny it… even with all my love, it didn’t last.”
Despite the split, the two remained on good terms. She .. Continue reading
This year’s Oscars was all about the cast reunions!
Fans saw stars from “White Men Can’t Jump,” “Juno,” “The Godfather,” and “Pulp Fiction” back together for film’s biggest night.
First up was “White Men Can’t Jump” with Wesley Snipes, Rosie Perez and Woody Harrelson as they celebrated the 30th anniversary of the 1992 hit.
Perez told the crowd, “It's just hard to believe that it's been 30 years since ‘White Men Can't Jump,’” Perez said, as Harrelson quipped, “You mean 30 years since I proved they could.” Snipes told him, “I don't know about that. You still look like a slow, geeky chump to me.”
Woody joked, “I'm not slow. In fact, I'm in the best shape of my life. I am in the zone,” and Perez teased, “More like zoned out. Like really high,” and Harrelson agreed, joking, “I wish I hadn’t done that bong rip in the car.”
Jennifer Garner, Elliot Page and J.K. Simmons from “Juno” took a more nostalgic approach, with Garner recalling the script of the 2007 f.. Continue reading
Legendary director Francis Ford Coppola is releasing a remastered edition of his iconic film “The Godfather,” 50 years after it hit theaters.
The 82-year-old filmmaker opened up to “Extra” about making the film, which starred Marlon Brando and Al Pacino. He said the mob movie about the rise and fall of the Corleone family was actually shaping up to be a box office disaster. Francis revealed, “It didn't feel special. I was scared stiff. I was getting news I was going to be fired every week.”
The film went on to become a huge success, winning Best Picture, and Best Actor for Brando at the Oscars.
“He was an incredible man,” Francis said of Marlon. He reflected on how the actor improvised a scene with his on-screen grandson, saying, “When the little kid was too scared to do the scene in the garden, Marlon said, ‘I do this for my kids.’ And he cut an orange and put it in his mouth and I had no idea what he was going to do.” Brando put the rind in his mouth to make funny faces and C.. Continue reading
“Extra’s” Cheslie Kryst spoke with Salma Hayek at the “House of Gucci” premiere, where she raved about co-star Lady Gaga. Salma said, “I got to work with Lady Gaga… I wouldn’t trade it for the world.” Hayek also praised director Ridley Scott, saying, “I loved working with Ridley… What a genius he is.” As for her co-star Jared Leto, Salma commented, “I did work with Jared on another movie, so we’re friends for a long time.” Referring to her other co-stars like Al Pacino and Adam Driver, Salma noted, “I wish I had worked with the other ones… Everybody is so brilliant.” Hayek also gave a 360-degree look at her dress, saying that the premieres have given her a chance to dress up, considering her movie wardrobe was the “worst.” She stressed, “I mean it was so bad, on purpose… so I was looking in the mirror in character, ‘Just wait for the premieres.’” “House of Gucci” hits theaters November 24. Continue reading
“Extra’s” Rachel Lindsay spoke with Lady Gaga, Adam Driver, Al Pacino, Salma Hayek and Jared Leto about their highly anticipated movie “House of Gucci.”
In the movie, Gaga plays Italian socialite Patrizia Reggiani, who was convicted of hiring a hitman to kill her ex-husband Maurizio Gucci. Of the psychological impact of the role, she said, “I was struggling with reality at some points because I lived inside the character… Our sets were outside, so for me, I couldn’t tell the difference between a movie set and the real world.”
Gaga added, “For me, I have believed in an immersive experience… I don’t like to get lost where I can’t find my way, but I do like to embrace this alternate reality to understand Patrizia’s perspective and how she sees the world.”
“The first couple of interviews I did for this movie, I felt sick to my stomach,” Gaga revealed about the anxiety of “reliving” it all. “In-between takes of doing interviews, I’m, like, sweating.”
“The hardest thing for me was the ha.. Continue reading
Adele Talks Failed Marriage, James Bond & Why She Owns Céline Dion’s Chewed Gum in Vogue’s 73 Questions
Grammy winner Adele is an open book!
Adele recently participated in Vogue’s 73 Questions, going above and beyond by answering 95 questions, like her “proudest possession,” her choices to play James Bond, and her favorite curse word!
During her segment, Adele opted to wear a black tracksuit while giving a tour of her beautiful Los Angeles home. She quipped, “Typical Brit, wearing a tracksuit in 90-degree weather.”
On her home tour, Adele gave a look inside her “countryside” kitchen, her groceries, her relaxing backyard, and what’s on her desk!
When asked about her “proudest possession, Adele went to her desk and brought out a framed piece of gum that belonged to Céline Dion. She shared, “James Corden, who’s a friend of mine, but also does ‘Carpool Karaoke,’ which I did, he did it with her and knew how much a fan of her I was and so he made her spit her gum in a piece of paper and he framed it for me.”
As for her pick for the next James Bond, Adele’s first choice is “Lovecraft Count.. Continue reading