The tragic death of Natalie Wood has been discussed for years.
The mysterious circumstances around the Rebel Without A Cause star's 1981 drowning have led many to speculate that foul play might have been involved, but the coroner officially ruled it an accident.
After new testimony by the captain of the boat carrying Wood, husband Robert Wagner, and their close friend Christopher Walken prompted more digging, the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office released a new report.
They all be noted character actors, but we never anticipated they'd take on THESE kind of roles!
Christopher Walken, Sam Rockwell, and Colin Farrell are all hard at work promoting their new flick, Seven Psychopaths, and during a recent press junket, were relieved from the monotony of the same types of questions by the host of Screen Junkies Show, who instead challenged the gentlemen to put their best thespian skillz to the test…by recreating some truly iconic moments from the TLC smash Here Comes Honey Boo Boo!
Ch-ch-check out their interpretations of Mama June, Honey Boo Boo, and Chubbs in scenes involving sketti dinner and innovative new weight loss techniques (above)!
Just watching Chris staring so intently at the script through his glasses as he tries to make sense of what he's saying…
This movie looks like the opposite of Grumpy Old Men.
The movie trailer for Stand Up Guys has been released, and it looks like a wild good time.
Starring Christopher Walken, Al Pacino and Alan Arkin - the film is about a pair of aging con men who try to get the old gang back together for one last hurrah before one of the guys takes his last assignment — to kill his comrade.
Anyone who thought these old time actors were washed up should think again because from the look of this movie trailer - Pacino & Walken are still alive and kicking, er, shooting might actually be a more appropriate term.