In the 16 years since Mena Suvari found fame in American Pie and Oscar-winning drama American Beauty, Hollywood has changed dramatically – and the star understands that she can never take her career for granted. "I feel very lucky that I get to do what I do and to have the opportunity to choose the things I want to be a part of," she told HELLO! Online in an exclusive interview. "It's really important to me to be positive about it, but it does take work and effort, it’s not like I sit back and things happen."
Preparations are well and truly underway for Sunday night's BAFTA Awards in London. As Hollywood's biggest stars prepare to attend the 68th annual awards, staff are busy transforming the Royal Opera House for their arrival, including working on the all-important seating plan. In the main hall, staff are busy setting up cardboard photographs of the attendees, including nominees Eddie Redmayne, Benedict Cumberbatch and Rosamund Pike. Some of the other big names confirmed to attend the awards include Julianne Moore, Reese Witherspoon, Michael Keaton, Keira Knightley and Ralph Fiennes. CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Staff are finalising the BAFTAs
Eddie Redmayne arrived in London on Wednesday ahead of his appearance at the 2015 BAFTA Awards. The Theory of Everything actor had travelled from New York to Heathrow Airport and appeared happy to be back in his home town. Eddie was dressed casually for the flight and carried a vintage style suitcase while a member of airport staff wheeled the rest of his luggage through the airport. No doubt the 33-year-old is looking forward to being reunited with his wife, Hannah Bagshawe, who was forced to miss the SAG Awards because she had to return to her job at
When Brad Pitt was in pre-production for war drama Fury, the cast sat down with WWII veterans, including a British D-Day veteran, who had never heard of the famous star of the movie. Now, HELLO! Online has an exclusive clip of Brad, Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, and the rest of the cast meeting the veterans in a closed meeting. SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO "David [Ayer, the director] is ferocious about authenticity and set us up with several vets who are all in their 90s and had survived D-Day landing and Battle of the Bulge", reveals Brad, who plays a
British golden girl Felicity Jones is currently riding high on her awards season run, nominated for the Golden Globes, SAGs, BAFTAs, and Oscars for her performance in The Theory of Everything. But the young actress is now looking at a new side of stardom, as she is reportedly in talks to star in a new Star Wars spin-off. The stand-alone spin-off film is currently one of the most secret films in Hollywood. There has been no announcement made about which characters the film will follow, or a basic plot line, and Disney have released no comment. Felicity
Katy Cavanagh has revealed that she is quitting Coronation Street. The 41-year-old actress, who plays Julie Carp on the show, said that she will be focusing on other projects after starring on the soap for seven years. "I have decided it's time to take a break from the cobbles and pursue other projects and opportunities," said Katy. "I have loved every minute in the world of Julie Carp and I'm not ruling out a return to the Street in the future." "However I am looking forward to a new challenge and a pair of flat shoes," she joked. CLICK