This just makes our skin crawl.
When authorities confiscated his computer for the investigation they found the disgusting materials.
The A.G. said in a statement:
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The entertainment industry is still mourning the death of legendary film critic Roger Ebert after he lost his life to cancer last Thursday.
In addition to his public funeral earlier this week, the Captivate Marketing Group held their own memorial service at the Chicago Theater in the late critic's hometown yesterday.
The service, which was titled Roger Ebert: A Celebration of Life featured a slew of filmmakers and directors, such as Andrew Davis and Julie Dash, as well as acting siblings Joan and John Cusack, who wanted to pay their respects.
Sony Pictures Classics co-president Michael Barker said of the visionary film critic:
"Roger Ebert is probably the most influential film critic in the world. He was a poet of the people."
The Hollywood Reporter's film critic Todd McCarthy added:
"He was a populist without prejudice. … You always felt the real guy behind the words."
There were three screens set up at the theater to play the opening sequence of the film Beyond the Valley of the Dolls, which was written by Roger himself.
The night ended on the heartwarming image of his wife, Chaz Ebert, thanking each individual member of the Soul Children of Chicago, who performed As and Lift Him Up earlier in the evening.
It's hard to put into words the huge impact the iconic critic has put in the film industry, so we'll just give this memorial and all of the love he's receiving two thumbs up. You are and will forever will be deeply missed, Roger.
[Image via Joseph Marzullo/Apega/WENN.]
Ch-ch-check out the first official trailer of Lee Daniel's pre-Butler effort (above)!
We're not entirely sure what period drama/noir is about, but, in one Basic Instinct inspired scene, Nicole gives Zac, John Cusack, and Matthew McConaughey a glimpse at what the Aussie-American actress is working with… down under!
Oh, Nicki! We never knew you had the tramp-gene! We LOVE it!
Talk about an UNEXPECTEDLY AH-MAZING reunion - well, reunion of sorts!
One of the most iconic moments in '80s cinema is easily from the now-classic Say Anything…, during which John Cusack's character Lloyd declares his undying love to Ione Skye's Diane by standing outside her window, holding up a boom box blaring In Your Eyes by Peter Gabriel!
Seriously, even if you haven't seen the movie, we're SURE you've seen the poster!
Well, over the weekend Peter celebrated the 25th anniversary of his album So's release by performing it in its entirety in a Hollywood Bowl concert appropriately called Back To Front, and when it was time for the icon to tackle the aforementioned song, he got a surprise visit on stage…not just from John, but also the BOOM BOX!
Ch-ch-check out the incredible nostalgic moment, which comes right at the beginning of the clip (above) as well as some equally incredible photos (below)!
And they weren't alone!
Even the movie's
MMmmmMMM, Zac Efron is sweaty and pulpy!! HA!
Yeah, we know the poster is talking about Zac's new flick The Paperboy, and not about him, specifically…
In fact, we insist ALL future films starring Mr. Efron require him to be nude and sopping wet, THANKS!
Never underestimate the power of a brown bob wig!
Doesn't Minka Kelly look JUST like Jackie O! Incredible!!!
We spotted the actress and her on-screen hubby, James Marsden, walking on the set of The Butler sporting some
sexy 1960s PJs yesterday afternoon and we have to say, we're impressed.
The flick is about a butler (played by Forest Whitaker) who worked at the White House under eight Presidents … which means Minka and James won't be the only actors playing POTUS dress-up!
Other former Presidents portrayed in the film include:
No, your eyes are not deceiving you!
THAT and more is featured in the theatrical trailer for the Lee Daniels-directed The Paperboy, which stars the pair alongside Matthew McConaughey as a pair of reporters and a woman with questionable motives who investigate the events surrounding a murder to exonerate a man on death row, played by John Cusack!
It looks super good!
And NO, we're not just saying that over the man candy factor OR the level of undress our future husband is featured in!
Okay, it helps a little! But can U blame us?!
Robin Williams must love playing dead presidents. Or he's just really good at it.
The actor portrayed Teddy Roosevelt in both Night at the Museum flicks, but now he's taking on Dwight Eisenhower's persona too.
Williams has been cast as the 34th president of the United States in Lee Daniels' The Butler, which is based on the true story of a butler who worked in the White House for three decades' worth of administrations.
He's not the only talented actor