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Clive Owen Gets Shaken Up In An Elevator Shaft!

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Clive Owen Elevator

Though it may sound like a fantasy to some, getting trapped in an elevator with Clive Owen recently proved to be otherwise!

The actor was in Cannes for the Film Festival when he got stuck in an elevator at the Hotel Majestic Barriere with his young daughters, Hannah and Eve, along with

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Mila Kunis Is Subdued In 70's Glow For Blood Ties

Filed under: Film FlickersMila KunisZoe Saldana


Someone's got them rainy-day blues!

Miss Mila Kunis was recently snapped in NYC looking all serious and such, while on the set of Guillaume Canet's period crime drama Blood Ties.

The almond-eyed swan-seductress stars alongside Clive Owen and Zoe Saldana in this English remake of 2008 French thriller Les Liens Du Sang.

How ominous!

Don't look so down, Mila! You have clive's pulsating body heat to keep you warm!

[Image via Ramey Pix.]

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HBO's New Hemingway & Gellhorn Trailer

Filed under: TV NewsNicole Kidman

Whoever did the casting for this project should be patting themselves on the back.

Ch-ch-check out the new trailer (above) for the HBO mini series, Hemingway & Gellhorn.

Clive Owen excels in roles where he plays a real man's man, one of Ernest Hemingway's most infamous qualities in his characters.

Nicole Kidman plays the lady war correspondent Martha Gellhorn who married Hemingway many a year ago. Together, they covered the Spanish Civil War while engaging in some hot sex.

Did we mention Nicole Kidman gets naked? Well, she does.

Like really, really naked.

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Nicole Kidman Wigs Out For W & Clive Owen


Hemingway & Gellhorn co-stars Nicole Kidman and Clive Owen share the cover of W magazine's May issue with Nicole's awful wig.

The least they could do was try and make the wig appear more natural especially for the cover. For the inside spread it was styled a little bit better, but not much.


[Images courtesy of W Magazine.]

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Watch Clive Owen's Spanish Burger King Commercial!

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We love foreign celeb commercials!

He probably wouldn't endorse the fast food company on United States soil, but Clive Owen had no problem starring in a Burger King commercial for Spain.

Clive may have had trouble learning Spanish for the part though because they dubbed over him! At least he still looks pretty.

Most of you will have no idea what's going on during the commercial above, but follow the handsome actor as images of burgers subliminally and not-so-subliminally come crashing into your brain…and on top of a car.


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Poor Nicole Kidman!

Filed under: TV NewsNicole Kidman


Hey, Kathy Griffin! We think you've got some competition on the D-List. (And she's had twice the "dental work" than you!)

Nicole Kidman has resorted to working in television!

Nicky is slated to star in Hemingway & Gellhorn, a made-for-TV movie produced by James Gandolfini for HBO about American literature's most famous couples. Starring alongside Nicole as Ernest Hemingway will be Clive Owens.


Considering it took Tony Soprano six years to convince the network this was worth their time and money, we're not getting our hopes up for this thing.

Oh well!

[Image via WENN.]

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Clive Owen Tackles Rwandan Genocide

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After visiting to Rwanda to commemorate to 16th anniversary of the genocide that ravaged the country, actor Clive Owen was moved enough to write a piece for the Times on the devastation that still exists.

He wrote:

When are we going to Rwanda?” my 13-year-old daughter kept asking. She wanted to go there as soon as I was asked to visit the country to show solidarity with its people. She wasn’t asking in a naive, childish way; she knew that it was a serious thing, marking the anniversary of the Rwandan genocide. Initially, the scheduling wasn’t working out, but Hannah kept on reminding me.

And so, almost a year later — thanks to her and the Aegis Trust — I’m standing in the Kigali Genocide Memorial, trying to get my head around what happened in 1994, what that means for Rwanda today and what, if anything, it might mean for the rest of us.

Sixteen years can feel like a lifetime. But when you’re facing the fallout of a genocide, as I discovered in Rwanda, it can feel like no time at all.

It’s very hard for an individual to take on the concept of a million people dying in 100 days. But as soon as you listen to one person’s story you start to relate on a human level, and you begin to realise just how devastating it was. The centre at Kigali was at its most powerful when it got personal.

CLICK HERE to read the rest of his extremely moving article.

[Image via WENN.]

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