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Tue, 23 Jul 2013 - 22:6 GMT +1
Catherine Zeta Jones Opens Up on Dealing with Michael Douglas's Cancer, Her Bipolar Disorder

Even with a life in the spotlight, Catherine Zeta Jones has managed to keep her struggles with bipolar disorder and husband Michael Douglas''s cancer quiet these past few years.

Now, the "Chicago" star is opening up to The Telegraph on how the tough times affected her and how she dealt with them.

Revealing her reaction to her hubby''s illness, the 43-year-old actress admits, "When Michael was diagnosed with cancer I really thought, ‘You are going to have to wipe me off the floor.’ I haven’t had to deal with anything like that before, ever,” she continues. “I didn’t know what to do. I thought I didn’t have the [emotional] tools to cope. I wasn’t as strong as I thought I could have been.”

However, now that the worst of it has passed, she says of the ordeal, "It did make us closer." Along with dealing with Michael''s health issues, Catherine had to keep an eye on her own bipolar disorder.

Sharing her own struggles, Ms. Zeta Jones candidly explained, "When you get sideswiped like that [with Douglas’ illness] it’s an obvious trigger for your balance to be a little bit off – not sleeping, worry, stress. It’s a classic trigger. I’m not the only person who suffers with it or has to deal with it on a day-to-day basis. So if I’ve helped anybody by discussing bipolar or depression, that’s great.”

As for how she''s doing now, Catherine concludes, "I get a bit gloomy when it’s gloomy. But I’m looking forward to the sun, my kids are doing great at school. I am very happy; we live a blessed life.’”





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Fri, 19 Jul 2013 - 3:45 GMT +1
‘Last Vegas’ Trailer: It’s ‘Hangover’ With Old People, Right?

Brace yourself: There’s another movie about friends going to Vegas coming to a theater near you.

Cleverly titled Last Vegas, the comedy stars four Hollywood veterans and Oscar winners — Morgan Freeman, Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro and Kevin Kline — as lifelong pals who make the trek to Sin City for a member of their wolf pack gang’s bachelor party. Sound familiar, anyone?

Despite it having the same premise as 2009′s The Hangover, the trailer itself looks like it won’t be following the hungover/blackout/drunken amnesia theme. The word’s still out if there’ll be a joke about forgotten dentures though.

Last Vegas is set to be released Nov. 1, 2013. Watch the official trailer of the flick, above.










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Thu, 18 Jul 2013 - 22:0 GMT +1
HOT NEW TRAILER Michael Douglas, Morgan Freeman, Robert DeNiro And Kevin Kline Star In ‘Last Vegas’ (VIDEO)

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Michael Douglas, Morgan Freeman, Robert DeNiro And Kevin Kline star as four life long friends who reunite in Las Vegas to celebrate the Michael Douglas’s bachelor party after he announces that he’s marrying a woman half his age.  The movie looks like a fun time with a great cast, so I’m sure it will be a lot of fun to watch.  It seems to poke fun at the ages of the characters while showing that they’ve still got what it takes. Check out the trailer below.





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Thu, 18 Jul 2013 - 18:6 GMT +1
Trailer for "Last Vegas" Released: Watch Here!

They may be sporting quite a bit of gray hair, but the guys from "Last Vegas" can still let loose as shown in the new trailer released on Thursday (July 18).

In the geriatric comedy, three sixty-something friends take a break from their day-to-day lives to throw a bachelor party in Las Vegas for their last remaining single pal.

Directed by Jon Turteltaub, the movie stars Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman, Michael Douglas, Jerry Ferrera, and Kevin Kline.

Check out the video below, in which the aging foursome take Sin City by storm. "Last Vegas" hits theaters on November 1st.






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Wed, 12 Jun 2013 - 13:18 GMT +1
Cameron Douglas’ prison essay: ‘Our prisons are filled with drug offenders’


Cameron Douglas, Michael Douglas’ 34 year-old son, is currently in prison serving a nine and a half year sentence for narcotics trafficking. He was busted in a DEA sting a few years ago trying to sell a pound and a half of crystal meth to an undercover agent and he’s since blown several chances to get a lighter sentence. His girlfriend tried to sneak heroin to him while he was on house arrest and his subsequent sentence was doubled when he was caught with drugs in prison twice. In my mind, he’s not the best example of an addict victim of the system as he was running a mid-level drug operation and he comes from immense wealth and privilege. He’s was a dealer and if he didn’t keep using after he got busted he may have had a chance to redeem himself with rehab.

In a new essay in The Huffington Post, Douglas writes about the fact that addicts are incarcerated at an alarming rate without the treatment they so desperately need. He also covers his own case and the harsh sentencing he thinks he’s received:

Well, let me start by saying that I appreciate the opportunity to share some of my thoughts and feelings with you. I hope maybe in some way, this gives you a little window into my reality and more importantly, into my heart.

So, here I sit at my little table in the belly of the beast, writing to you. I have spent close to two of my four years of incarceration in solitary confinement. If this seems like a long time, it is magnified in light of the fact that my time spent in the box is largely due to two dirty urines — one of which was false, which is a story for another time. For the other, I was also given an additional 4.5 years on top of my initial five-year sentence, as if 11 straight months in segregation, locked down 23 hours a day, was not enough.

The bigger picture is much more disturbing, however. There are half a million other people in the U.S. who, like me, will go to sleep behind bars tonight because of nothing more than a drug law violation. Our prisons are filled with non-violent drug offenders who are losing much of what is relevant in life. This outdated system pays little, if any, concern to the disease of addiction, and instead punishes it more harshly than many violent crimes. And even more exasperating is that many of the people responsible for this tragedy disregard documented medical research and the reality of our country’s unsustainable prison overpopulation.

Why… ? I’m sure I’ll be terrified by the answer. However, I humbly propose we start seeking the truth.

I’m not saying that I didn’t deserve to be punished, or that I’m worthy of special treatment. I made mistakes and I’ll gladly and openly admit my faults. However, I seem to be trapped in a vicious cycle of relapse and repeat, as most addicts are. Unfortunately, whereas the effective remedy for relapse should be treatment, the penal system’s “answer” is to lock the door and throw away the key. Somehow, with the astronomical rate of recidivism, largely due to drug violations, no one seems to comprehend that tossing individuals desperate for skills to cope with addiction behind bars, no matter for how long a period of time, does absolutely nothing but temporarily deter them from succumbing to their weakness. Instead of focusing on how many individuals this county can keep imprisoned, why can we not focus on how many individuals we can keep from coming back?

As for now, I can only hope that the educated, just, and decent men and women who hold positions of influence will find the courage to fight for change because they understand what is inherently right. In doing so, they will start gaining the support necessary to begin breaking these malignant molds that are such a detriment to our society and culture as a whole.

I guess that’s enough about that from me for now. Thank you for bearing with me, and I apologize if I come across as ranting. I’ve had more than my fair share of time to ponder the issue, and only mean to stimulate some thought on the topic.

Nevertheless, I feel thoroughly blessed. I have a beautiful and loving family who has faithfully supported me every step of the way, believing in me and refusing to give up in the face of one bleak adversity after the next.

However, through these obstacles and carrying with me this love, I have managed to build a strong faith, and I feel in the deepest recesses of my heart that there is a beautiful purpose hidden along this painful journey. And no matter what my surroundings or conditions, I am determined to find within myself the design for which I was born, and by doing so, fulfill my humble part in this extraordinary existence. Maybe one day, my family, my future children, and whomever I have the privilege of coming to know, will be able to regard me as a man who endeavored to leave this planet just a little better than the way I found it.

[From Huffington Post]

That was very measured, and he’s trying to speak in generalities while mentioning what he considers the injustice of his own case. His point is similar to something his dad Michael said in a recent interview, that “because of his last name, [Cameron has] been made an example.” In an addendum to that Huffpo essay, they note that the sentence Cameron received for using drugs in jail was “the longest-ever sentence imposed for obtaining a small amount of drugs in prison for personal use.” So maybe that’s what Michael meant about his son being made an example, but again that was after he obtained drugs while on house arrest and after he tested positive for drugs twice in jail.

In terms of the larger issue, it reminds me of a story I recently covered about Matthew Perry advocating for drug courts in order to better address addicts’ needs after they get in the system. Cameron wasn’t just a user in possession of meth though, he was selling it in large quantities and shipping it. He had every opportunity in life and multiple chances to turn his incarceration around and he blew it. He may have a point about addicts ending up in prison but it’s hard to feel sorry for him at all. This guy really made his own bed.

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Tue, 4 Jun 2013 - 23:15 GMT +1
"Behind the Candelabra" Clip Released Ahead of UK Debut: Watch Here!

Though it has already aired on HBO, a clip from "Behind the Candelabra" was released to prepare for the film''s release in the UK on June 7th.

Starring Michael Douglas and Matt Damon, the biopic follows the 6-year relationship between Liberace and his younger lover, Scott Thorson.

In the clip below, Scott meets the flamboyant entertainer for the first time in 1977. As the young fan marvels at the Vegas mainstay''s stamina, Liberace replies, "Oh aren''t you sweet, it''s not bad for an old bag, huh?"

When the flick aired on May 26th in the U.S., it was watched by a total of 3.5 million people. Check out the clip below to see the two A-listers in action.






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Tue, 4 Jun 2013 - 20:10 GMT +1
'Game of Thrones' 'Red Wedding' Scores High Ratings
'Game of Thrones' 'Red Wedding' Scores High Ratings

BLU-RAY/DVD ROUNDUP!
A Good Day to Die HardYipee Ki Yay! The 4th installment to the Die Hard series hits shelves today in both DVD and Bluray which offers a speical extended cut version of the film. John McClane, played by Bruce Willis, is back in this fun action film. This time, he teams up with his estranged son Jack, played by Jai Courtney, who has been imprisoned in Moscow. Together they uncover a nuclear threat that could trigger World War III. The film had a solid run in box offices as it earned $304 million worldwide. You can also check out the premiere pics earlier from this year here: 1, 2, 3

Identity Thief – Starring Jason Bateman, Melissa McCarthy, and John Cho. Also releasing this week, the romp/caper comedy about a credit-card scammer and her vicitim, a straight-laced executive, also hits shelves today.

Warm BodiesTeresa Palmer‘s latest romantic film about a girl who falls for a hipster zombie boy also comes out on Bluray and DVD today.

Escape From Planet EarthJessica Alba, Sofia Vergara, Sarah Jessica Parker, Brendan Fraser and more lend their voice talents to the story about an astronaut who finds himself caught in a trap when he responds to an SOS from a notoriously dangerous alien planet. If you have a 3D TV you can even get it in that format!

And for all you Heisenberg fans out there, the 5th season of Breaking Bad comes out today. Also all the Hank Williams fans out there, The Last Ride, a biopic about the controversial singer-songwriter hits shelves today as well.





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Tue, 4 Jun 2013 - 3:25 GMT +1
Michael Douglas Attends Cancer Event After Clearing Up Oral Sex Comments
Michael Douglas Attends Cancer Event After Clearing Up Oral Sex Comments

Michael Douglas hits the red carpet at the American Cancer Society’s One Centennial Sensation event held at the Hudson Theatre on Monday (June 3) in New York City.

The 68-year-old actor stepped out to celebrate the organization’s 100th birthday the same day he had to clarify comments he made that led people to believe he blamed oral sex as the cause of his throat cancer.

“In a discussion with the newspaper, they talked about the causes of oral cancer, one of which was oral sex, which is noted and has been known for a while now,” Michael‘s rep said in a statement.

Michael simply was trying to say that one of the causes of oral cancer is oral sex, not that his cancer was caused by it.





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Mon, 3 Jun 2013 - 21:0 GMT +1
AFTERNOON LINKS With Al Pacino

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