Oscar-winning writer Diablo Cody continues to explore the travails of being a mom
In “Juno,” starring Ellen Page, Diablo Cody wrote an Oscar-winning screenplay about a snarky, expectant 16-year-old girl reaching parenthood before she reached high school graduation. With “Young Adult,” starring Charlize Theron, Cody focused on a depressed, divorced 30-something hellbent on winning...
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'Deadpool' director Tim Miller is working on 'X-Men' spin-off movie 'Kitty Pryde'.
A solo film about the feisty mutant, also known as Shadowcat, is currently in development at 20th Century Fox, sources have told Collider.
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Ellen Page marries New York dance teacher Emma Portner
NEW YORK (AP) — Ellen Page is now a married woman.
The 30-year-old star of "Juno," ''Inception" and the recent remake of "Flatliners" wed Emma Portner, who teaches contemporary jazz at the Broadway Dance Center in New York.
Page first posted the news Wednesday on Instagram in a photo of the couple's hands showing off wedding bands on their ring fingers. Her publicist later confirmed the union.
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Ellen Page has been sent death threats on Instagram.
The 'Inception' actress has been targeted via her social media account and has received messages calling her a "lying worthless Canadian" and a "bitch actress" who "needs to die in my hands," TMZ reports.
Ellen Page, Jennifer Garner to do live reading of ‘Juno’
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Ellen Page will reprise her pregnant-teen role in "Juno" during an all-female live reading of the film to mark its 10th anniversary and to benefit Planned Parenthood, according to Entertainment Weekly.
In most cases, a director gets only one shot at telling a particular story.
In very rare instances, they get a do-over, as Hitchcock did with "The Man Who Knew Too Much" and, more to the point, what Frank Capra did with a Damon Runyon story called "Madame La Gimp."
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