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Zimbio Review - Not Worth the Price of 'Admission'

By Joe Robberson on
(Focus Features) The Bottom Line Should you see it? No. Why? Fey does her best, but suffers when her comedy suddenly turns into a drama. Admission doesn't have the smarts to pull it off. As great and as likable as Tina Fey is, she can only carry her new film, Admission, so far. Director Paul Weitz has been trying to recreate the mix of comedy and drama he pulled off in 2002's About a Boy for a good decade now and it just hasn't happened. His first collaboration with Fey had promise, but...Read Full Story

Pictures: Beardy Michael Sheen Joins Rachel McAdams at Cannes

By Alicia Dennis on
Welsh actor Michael Sheen and Canadian actress Rachel McAdams are most definitely a couple.Sheen accompanied McAdams (outfitted in a gloriously gothic Marchesa gown) to the Cannes Film Festival premiere of her new Woody Allen film Midnight in Paris on Wednesday. Michael, best known for his turns in Frost/Nixon and as one of Liz Lemon's more annoying love interests on 30 Rock, looked dapper but beardy in his tux. Perhaps he's playing a mountain man in his next film (odd casting, that'd be).The...Read Full Story

Michael Sheen Wants to Play John Lennon in a Beatles Movie

By BangShowbiz on
Photo AgencyMichael Sheen is no novice at portraying British icons on the big screen -- including former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair -- and he'd love to play John Lennon in a film about the legendary Beatles. Still, he's convinced he'd be cast as a different Beatle instead. He explained: “I’d want to play Lennon, but I probably would be cast as McCartney!” The 40-year-old actor, who played interviewer David Frost in Frost/Nixon, would have to get over his nerves before agreeing to any...Read Full Story

Michael Sheen's Daughter Finally Thinks He's Cool

By Deena Bustillo on
Michael Sheen, who has a part in the upcoming Twilight movie, didn't impress his daughter when he played British Prime Minister Tony Blair in the flick The Queen, but playing a vampire did the trick.  His 10-year-old daughter Lily demanded that she be the lucky lady on his arm down the red carpet for the The Twilight Saga: New Moon premiere.  Sheen said: Forget about playing Tony Blair. When I told her I was definitely playing vampire Aro in Twilight she cried. She was so overwhelmed and...Read Full Story