Robert De Niro Facts: 1. Growing up in the Little Italy section of New York City, his nickname was "Bobby Milk" because he was so thin and as pale as milk. 2. Son of painter Virginia Admiral and abstract expressionist Robert De Niro Sr.. Despite being raised Presbyterian, Virginia was an atheist for most of Robert's childhood. Robert Sr. was raised Catholic but was not religious in any way. After De Niro was born, his father Robert Sr. came out as a homosexual and eventually divorced Robert's mother. 3. Although he is sometimes referred to as an Italian-American actor, De Niro is actually one quarter Italian in ancestry. His father was of half Italian and half Irish descent. His mother was of Dutch, English, German, French and Irish ancestry on her own father's side, and of German ancestry on her own mother's side. Robert was quite close to his Italian paternal grandfather, whom he visited frequently in Syracuse, New York when he was young. De Niro has stated that he identifies
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According to the director of the 2004 movie Alfie, Sienna and Jude met in his living room. “They met in my living room,” Charles Shyer said. “We drank some wine. Did some screen tests. Then drank some more wine.” Sienna played one of his on-screen love interests in the film and had a lot of chemistry. So much so that they took their on-screen romance off-screen in February 2004.
Kate Moss interview: I: "If you had to boil your style down to five key items, what would they be? " KM: "A black tuxedo jacket, a really good pair of jeans, a pair of heels, a great bag, and, of course, a little black dress. " I: "So many women mention you as one of their style heroes. Who are yours? Is there someone who was like a style mentor for you? " KM: "I didn't really have a mentor, but I have always definitely been inspired by the '70s—the Stones, Patti Smith, Anita Pallenberg... " I: "What is something that you are better at now than when you were younger? " KM: "Having the confidence to say no to things that I don't feel comfortable with. "
“Not in this day and age. You just try to manage things in the healthiest way you can. And by the way? You won’t all the time. You’re gonna fuck up. So fuck up, then pick yourself back up. But just be nice and kind and humble and gracious and have a sense of humour. And don’t pretend to be perfect. “ - Drew Barrymore
Fast and Furious cast on Paul Walker 1. “I could see Paul once every two years and just know there was another human on the planet who’s deep like me, who loves like that. When that disappears, you wonder, ‘Wait a minute, what do I hold on to?’ There was nothing to tether me to this existence: ‘Why am I f—ing here? And, like, why’d you leave without me?’ ” - Michelle Rodriguez 2. “The day after the tragedy, for me to fly from Atlanta that night and to show up at his mother’s house and for me to say to his mother, ‘I’m sorry, I’m sorry, I’m sorry,’ and for his mother to say to me ‘I’m sorry, I’m sorry, I’m sorry’ — I said, ‘Why? Why are you saying sorry to me?’ And she said, ‘Because you lost your other half…She was telling me something I wasn’t even aware of. I wasn’t aware of how profound the loss was. You don’t think about it while you’re living, and we’re probably all a little guilty of not telling people how much we
James Franco Interview: “ “Here’s the deal,” he said over a phone conversation from Los Angeles. “I went a little nuts. I’m just trying to find my way as a creative person. I’m figuring it out. You go through different phases. First, I was an actor, then I took the roles I was offered. I did some movies that were quote-unquote ‘good for my career,’ but not satisfying. Then I went back to school. When I came out of that, I had this moment where it was like, ‘OK, now I feel confident as a director.” At that point, he was keen on channeling a multitude of mainstream acting experiences in new directions. “I had been in the ‘Spider-Man’ films, some of the biggest blockbusters ever, but also ‘Milk,’ which had won Oscars,” he said. “So I asked myself what kind of movies I wanted to make, and here’s the answer I came up with: I’ve been acting in all these other films that feel like other people’s movies. Now I want to do movies that nobody else is
Tom Hanks Facts: 1. After his parents Amos and Janet divorced in 1960, siblings Tom, Larry and Sarah went to live with their father, staying in 10 different homes in 5 years, while younger brother Jim remained with their mother. 2. Though known for his on-screen charisma and versatility, Tom admits he was a "horribly, painfully, terribly shy" kid. 4. His daughter Elizabeth Hanks appears in the movie, Forrest Gump (1994), as the girl on the school bus who refuses to let young Forrest Gump (Michael Conner Humphreys) sit next to her. 5. Sold popcorn and peanuts as a teenager at the Oakland Coliseum. 6. Married his first wife Samantha Lewes (real name: Susan Dillingham) two months after their son Colin's birth. 8. He is a third cousin, four times removed, of former U.S. President Abraham Lincoln. Their common ancestors were John Hanks (1680 - 1740) and his wife, Catherine, who were the great-great-grandparents of Lincoln, and the six times great-grandparents of Tom Hanks. Tom
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"We were part of this group of people that hung out and we decided to sort of cross the friend line... We went to the MTV Awards and I ditched him! I left with somebody else." - Christina Applegate about Brad
"I gotta big mouth I can't help it, I talk from my heart , I'm real you know what I'm saying, whatever comes comes. But my controverse problems, it's not my fault, I try to find my way in the world you know, I try to be somebody than just, make money off of everybody. You know what I'm saying, so I go down paths that haven't been traveled before and I usually mess up, but I learn you know what I'm saying. I come back stronger, I'm not talking ignorant. So obviously put thought into what i do. So I think my mouth, my controverse, I have not been out of the paper since I joined Digital Underground, I've been in all, you know what I'm saying, my name has not been uttered, and that's good for me because I don't wanna be forgotten. If I'm forgotten then that means I'm comfortable and that means I think everything is okay." - Tupac Shakur