Ewan McGregor is heading to the small screen.
The actor has joined the cast of the HBO drama pilot The Corrections, Deadline reports.
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Jennifer Jason Leigh has filed for divorce from her husband, director Noah Baumbach, after five years of marriage, People reports.
The 48-year-old actress, who co-starred in Showtime's Weeds last year, filed for divorce on Nov. 15 in Los Angeles Superior Court, citing...
Per the Hollywood Reporter, Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer and Claire Danes have signed on to join Sienna Miller in Stardust, an adaptation of Neil Gaiman's fantasy novel. De Niro will play pirate Captain Shakespeare, while Pfeiffer will fill the role of an evil witch.... Variety reports that Jack Black will join Nicole Kidman and Jennifer Jason Leigh in The Squid and the Whale writer-director Noah Baumbach's as-yet-untitled new film.
Single white female my butt. Jennifer Jason Leigh married director Noah Baumbach over Labor Day weekend, per People. It's the first marriage for both.
Question: I was listening to the DVD commentary for The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou and noticed that when cowriters Noah Baumbach and Wes Anderson discussed inspirations for the character of Zissou, the name was bleeped out. I'm guessing they were saying "Jacques Cousteau," but regardless of whether or not I'm right, why was the commentary censored? Answer: They were clearly saying "Jacques Cousteau," and my best guess is that Miramax Home Entertainment's legal department counseled bleeping the name. Not because there's any legal reason you can't mention a person's name, particularly that of a famous person, but because there may have been concern about potential legal actions stemming from the claim that The Life Aqu