The cool and elegantly beautiful Julia Ormond is not the actress you’d expect to pop up in Surveillance, a new horror film from Jennifer Lynch (daughter of David Lynch) in which a pair of serial killers wreak bloody havoc. But the actress is very much a part of the terrifying and darkly comic mayhem—in ways we can’t reveal.
Parade.com’s Jeanne Wolf found out why Ormond couldn’t wait to do her part.
“I remember Jennifer Lynch saying, ‘Can you afford to do this role in this kind of movie?’ And I was like, ‘I don’t think I can afford…”
Stunning actress Megan Fox adds a sexy dimension to Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Shia LaBeouf. And it’s hard to keep your mind on the battling bots with Fox showing some skin in Michael Bay’s sequel to the box office-busting original. opposite co-star
Fox is in the middle of all the action, and she told Parade.com’s Jeanne Wolf that it wasn’t any easier the second time around.
“It’s a super physical movie, and Shia and Ramon Rodriguez, who’s the new guy this time around, are not only extremely athletic, they’re very competitive. When we were…”
Who could blame a teenager for falling in love with Michelle Pfeiffer? She looks luminous and beautiful as the older woman seducing a younger man in her new film, Cheri.
Today, some might call her a cougar, but Pfeiffer plays a French courtesan in the sexy period romance, based on the classic novel by Colette. She told Parade.com’s Jeanne Wolf that, when it comes to age defining love, times have changed.
“We have the freedom to make choices in relationships that aren’t considered social taboos. There are prices to be paid for people who go against the grain, but at least…”
Jack Black is wiling to go a long way for a laugh, and in Year One, he’s back in the Stone Age. He and Michael Cera play a couple of primitive hunters who stumble into a biblical land.
But don’t expect any squeaky clean history lessons from this PG-13 comedy. Jack Black told Parade.com’s Jeanne Wolf that when you’re being funny, the gags sometimes leave the realm of good taste.
“I took my cues from [director] Harold Ramis. He’d be watching a take on the video monitor and I would hear him laughing. He did what I call…”