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[HMG Celebrity News] – Last time Sean Penn and Josh Brolin shared screen time in ‘Milk’ Sean won an Oscar. Now they and Ryan Gosling have teamed up to tell the story of one of west coast’s most infamous gangsters; Mickey Cohen.
While not as famous as Al Capone, Cohen was just as dangerous. Born in Brooklyn in 1913 he was selling bootleg alcohol by age nine, became a boxer in his teens, then got into illegal alcohol sales again in the mid-1930s. He also helped create the Sunset Hotel in Las Vegas – one of the most infamous mob joints in town.
Warners now have the task of trying to portrayMore >
[HMG Celebrity News] – The films of Tim Burton have a visual impact of which other directors can only dream. Now he and Josh Brolin are working on a film that could be the perfect example – ‘The Hunchback of Notre Dame.’
Warner Brothers are in the early stages of development on the film, which Tim would direct. Josh would be both the star and a producer, and the script is being crafted by Kieran and Michele Mulroney who wrote the Sherlock Holmes sequel ‘A Game of Shadows’ for the same studio.
But the story is perfect for Tim – Published in 1831 it’s about Quasimodo, a deformed bell-ringerMore >
[HMG Celebrity News] – Rock stars lead crazy lives, and books about their antics make great reading. But a new book about Jon Bon Jovi by his former manger, Rich Bozzett has some people upset.
Inventively titled, ‘Sex, Drugs and Bon Jovi’ the 168-page book recalls the band’s early years, from their start as an opening act in front of 150 people, to selling 130-million albums and world tours that drew over 34-million fans.
Bozzett joined the band in 1983 and stayed for six years. And he’s now eager to share;
“As tour manager, I lived with the band and saw it all – from the incredible fans, toMore >
[HMG] – If you’ve seen the new Josh Brolin / Megan Fox thriller, Jonah Hex, you’ll have noticed Wes Bentley as Lusk. And no-one is happier to be there than Wes – it’s his first film in ten years after beating a double addiction.
In 1999 the Arkansas native was a 21-year old Julliard drop-out, living on fast-food, with a Polaroid as a headshot. Then came his role as ‘Ricky Fitts’ in ‘American Beauty.’
Within weeks he was riding in limos, besieged by the press, and critics were making up new ways just to praise him.
But Wes found that too much.
“I wanted fame,” he tells the Huff Post. ”But IMore >