The Almost Famous star is set to exchange vows with Muse frontman Bellamy, who proposed in April 2011, and insists she will be closely guarding details of the ceremony.
She tells USA Today, "I think until the day we get married, the answer is going to be, 'We have no intention right now of getting married.' And then you'll find out we got married.
"We have an idea. It's starting to formulate but it's a timing thing. But honestly, right now, Matt is touring. Ryder is in school. I'm working."
Hudson's eight-year-old son Ryder is from her previous marriage to Black Crowes rocker Chris Robinson, while she gave birth to Bingham, her first child with Bellamy, in July 2011.
The Clueless star passed away in December 2009, shortly after she finished filming psychological thriller Something Wicked.
Murphy's sudden death prompted producers to put the project on hold, but post-production restarted earlier this year (12) and the movie has now been completed, according to industry website Variety.com.
Executives behind the film are now seeking a distribution deal.
The movie, which also features One Tree Hill's Shantel VanSanten and Transformers actor John Robinson, tells the story of an engaged couple plagued by a stalker.
Murphy? passed away at the age of 32 and a coroner reported she died from pneumonia, anaemia and excessive use of prescription medications.
If there's a cinematic alchemy award to be given this year director Bill Condon deserves to take it home after magically turning the tedious Twilight franchise into entertainment gold. 2011's Part 1 was a horror camp romp that turned the supernatural love triangle — the naval gazing trio of Bella Edward and Jacob — on its head. Breaking Dawn - Part 2 continues the madcap exploration of a world populated by vampires and werewolves mining even more comedy thrills and genuine character moments out of conceit than ever before. The film occasionally sidesteps back into Edward and Bella's meandering romance (an evident hurdle of author Stephenie Meyer's source material) but the duller moments are overshadowed by the movie's nimble pace and playful attitude. Breaking Dawn - Part 2 will elicit laughs aplenty — but thankfully they're all on purpose.
Part 2 picks up immediately following the events of the first film Bella (Kristen Stewart) having been turned into a vampire by Edward (Robert Pattinson) to save her life after the torturous delivery of her half-human half-vampire child Renesmee. She awakes to discover super senses heightened agility increased strength… and a thirst for blood. One dead cougar later Bella and the gang are able to focus on the real troubles ahead: Renesmee is rapidly growing (think Jack) and vampiric overlords The Volturi perceive her a threat to vampiric secrecy. Knowing the Volturi will travel to Forks WA to kill the young girl (a 10-year-old just a month after being born) The Cullens amass an army of bloodsucking friends to end the oppression once and for all.
Packed with an absurd amount of backstory and mythology-twisting plot points (some vampires can shoot lightning now?) Condon and series screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg mine revel in the beefed up ensemble of Breaking Dawn - Part 2 and thanks to a wildly funny cast it never feels like pointless deviation. Along with the usual suspects Lee Pace adds swagger to the series as a grungy alt-rock vampire Noel Fisher appears as a hilarious over-the-top battle-ready Russian coven member and Michael Sheen returns has Volturi head honcho Aro and steels the show. Flamboyant diabolical and a steady stream of maniacal laughter Sheen owns Condon's high camp vision for Twilight and he lights up the screen. There are a few throw away nations of vampires — the oddly stereotypical Egyptian and Amazonians sects are there mostly there to off-set the extreme whiteness — but the actors involved bring liveliness to a franchise known for being soulless. Even Stewart Pattinson and Taylor Lautner give personal bests in this installment — a scene between Bella and her dad Charlie (Billy Burke) is genuinely heartfelt while Jacob's overprotective hero schtick finally lands.
Whereas Breaking Dawn - Part 1 stuck mostly to the personal story relying on the intimate moments as Bella and Edward took the big plunge into marriage and sex Part 2 paints with broader strokes and Condon has a ball. Delving into the history of the vampires and the vampire world outside Forks is Pandora's Box for the director. One scene where we learn why kids scare the heck of the Volturi captures a scope of medieval epics — along with the bloodshed. Twilight might be known for its sexual moments but Breaking Dawn - Part 2 will go down for its abundance of decapitations. The big set piece in the finale is something to behold both in the craftsmanship of the spectacle and in its bizarre nature.
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 had the audience hooting hollering and even gasping as it twisted and turned to the final moments. There's little doubt that even the biggest naysayer of the franchise would do the same. No irony here: the conclusion of Twilight is a blast.
Access Hollywood correspondent Shaun Robinson turned up to the glitzy screening wearing bright red contact lenses - so she could look like a vampire from the film.
But the creepy look caught Pattinson off guard and he chuckled, "Jesus Christ! Oh wow, I've gotta compose myself."
Co-star and real-life girlfriend Kristen Stewart was also a little unnerved by Robinson's look - she gasped, "Woah! You're jacking my style right now!"
The fighter died on Wednesday (07Nov12) at a hospital in Rochester, New York following a battle with pneumonia.
After serving in the U.S. Marine Corps during World War II, Basilio made his professional debut in 1948 and fought his way to the top in 1957 when he stripped Sugar Ray Robinson of his world middleweight title during a landmark match in front of more than 38,000 fans at the Big Apple's Yankee Stadium.
However, the excitement was short-lived and he was forced to surrender the crown to his former opponent only six months later.
Throughout his career the champion boasted 56 wins and only 16 losses and in 1961 Basilio entered into retirement and began teaching physical education at Le Moyne College in Syracuse.
In 1990 he became one of the first stars inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame, alongside icons such as Muhammad Ali and Rocky Marciano.
The actor, who portrayed Bond boss Charles Robinson in Goldeneye, Tomorrow Never Dies and The World is Not Enough, was voted off the hit show on Sunday night (04Nov12).
The 49-year-old star lost his place after he and partner Kristina Rihanoff took part in a dance-off after coming bottom of the celebrity dance teams for a second successive weekend.
Salmon took his rejection with dignity, stating, "This is one of the greatest shows I've ever been involved in. The quality of the competitors this year is seminal."
The actor, who is currently starring in hit U.S. TV drama Arrow, admitted that the worst thing about leaving the show was the fact he'd have no more rehearsal time with Rihanoff: "I'm going to miss Kristina, she is an amazing dancer, a pre-eminent dancer in her field, she's taught me many, many things.
The American leader faced rival candidate Mitt Romney in the third Presidential debate in Florida on Monday night (22Oct12) and was generally acknowledged to be the victor of that round.
Coulter took exception to the decision and voiced her opinion with a controversial comment on microblogging website Twitter.com. writing, "I highly approve of Romney's decision to be kind and gentle to the retard."
Her words provoked an angry response from many Twitter users, including a host of celebrities who hit back at the remark.
Actress Holly Robinson Peete wrote on Twitter.com, "AttentionatAnyCost (sic)... Did you see the AnnCoulter tweet calling Obama a retard? So out of line!!"
Comedian and actor Oswalt joked, "Ann Coulter died of prostate cancer in 2002. Her Twitter account's a sentient emu skeleton with a swatch of eyelid skin stretched over it... If Ann Coulter's calling the President a 'retard' it means he won/is going to win", and Modern Family boss Danny Zuker added, "Local news is reporting on a fatal ballooning accident and tragically neither victim was Ann Coulter."
There is good reason to be apprehensive when announcement is made that a deceased cultural icon will receive his or her place at the center of a developing biographical movie. In fairness, there have been numerous successful stabs at reviving the spirit of beloved artists — with recent examples including I'm Not There and Walk the Line. However, it is easy to overlook these in light of the less favorable portraits, such as the 1991 Jim Morrison tribute, The Doors. But when a project attracts the right names, it breeds encouragement. Mega producer Brian Grazer has long fostered a fascination with translating the life of Godfather of Soul James Brown to film; Deadline reports that Grazer has newly attracted two powerful forces to join him in this endeavor: one Mick Jagger (as a co-producer), and director Tate Taylor, who helmed 2011's hit The Help. A dominating trifecta.
Grazer has been an established superpower in cinematic production for over 30 years, kicking his career off with classic comedies like Splash and Spies Like Us, and advancing eventually to span the industry, nabbing Oscar winners (A Beautiful Mind), popular television series (24), and cult phenomena (Arrested Development, developing movie included) alike. On the musical side of the spectrum, we have Jagger, himself as big an icon as the late Brown — surely someone with an acute understanding of the business' ups and downs, who might provide a unique insight into the craft of such a movie.
And finally, Tate Taylor: a budding writer/director who proved himself capable of comedy and drama with the crowd-pleasing The Help, and looks to kick off a lengthy career behind the camera. In addition to this, Deadline reports Brown's family have endorsed the parties on board, and will be contributing to the creation of the biopic in some form. Now, all they need is a star... thoughts?
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Caroline Robinson, Savile's great niece, claims she was molested by the star when she was 12 years old and again three years later.
Robinson tells Britain's Daily Mail, "When I was younger I had flashbacks. They invaded my dreams. I re-lived everything that happened to me in slow motion. I'd wake up sweating. I saw the whole scene as if I was a detached observer looking down on it, and the worst thing is I couldn't make it stop. I'd shout but the words wouldn't come out... What Jimmy did to me was terrible."
The 49 year old's account comes just a day after British police launched a criminal inquiry into abuse allegations against Savile amid reports he molested more than 200 children over a period of 40 years.
Robinson adds, "I kept it close for so long. But when I started reading about all the other girls he had abused I thought: 'This sounds just like what happened to me.' I think it should be aired: Jimmy had done this to one of his own family."
Savile died last year (11).
Competing biopics aren't rare in Hollywood. Truman Capote was all the rage in 2005 (with Philip Seymour Hoffman's Capote stealing the thunder from the Toby Jones-led Infamous), this Fall sees two Alfred Hitchcock films (Hitchcock and HBO's The Girl), the battle for pictures based on the life of porn star legend Linda Lovelace is in full swing.
Now we have another famous figure to add to the mix: Janis Joplin.
Rumors that Amy Adams would lead a Joplin biopic have been swirling about since 2010, but an announcement from The Hollywood Reporter solidifies her involvement as well as reports that Lee Daniels (Precious, The Paperboy) is attached to direct. Currently titled Get It While You Can, details are scarce on whether the biopic of the 1960s rocker would sweep her entire career or concentrate on a particular moment, but a script has been written and cameras could be rolling on the picture early in 2013.
Movement on Get It While You Can has been slow since Adams first became involved, giving time for another, long-gestating Joplin biopic to pick up steam. In July of this year, it was announced that Tony-winning actress Nina Arianda would make her big screen leading lady debut as the musician in a film simply titled Janis. Under the eye of director Sean Durkin (Martha Marcy May Marlene), the film is a passion project of producer Peter Newman, who has spent 12 years developing the film (including nabbing exclusive use of 21 of Joplin’s best known songs).
Which film will hit theaters first? Hollywood.com reached out to producers for word on both films, but updates were unavailable. If history is to be believed, there's a chance we'll see both films released in a short span of months — and with Daniels and Durkin at the helm of their respective films, Get It While You Can and Janis should be different enough to capture Joplin in two unique ways.
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