Amber Heard says she is happy to have moved on with her life
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Actress Amber Heard has a movie coming out this weekend that will be new to theaters and mass audiences, but for her it's actually quite old.
"London Fields," an adaptation of a 1989 Martin Amis mystery, has been in some stage of development for almost 20 years. Heard didn't get involved until 2013, with music video director Matthew Cullen at the helm, but the roadblocks and behind the scenes drama had only just begun.
There have been many biographies of Tiger Woods, and surely there will be many more. Some are friendly and shyly philosophical, like David Owen’s early “The Chosen One,” from 2001. Others are curmudgeonly and expert about golf, like Tom Callahan’s “His Father’s Son” (2010).
Martin Amis, the novelist, polarizes readers. Some, such as this one, relish his ambition and his audacity — his big ideas, scurrilous notions, coruscating wit and inventive phrasings. Others view his novels in a different light, recognizing chutzpah instead of boldness, trickery instead of artistry, and excess instead of exuberance.
Daniel Craig and wife Rachel Weisz are moving to Brooklyn.
The James Bond star is thought to be the mystery buyer of a Brooklyn brownstone mansion sold by author Martin Amis for $6.75 million.
According to the New York Post, word has spread around the borough that 007 actor Daniel, 49, and wife Rachel, 47 - who has an 11-year-old son Henry from her relationship with director Darren Aronofsky - are to relocate to the area.