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Jimmy attended the Nautica Malibu Triathlon at Zuma Beach in Malibu yesterday. I’ve uploaded 11 HQ photos from this event to the gallery.
Public Appearances > 2017 Appearances > [2017.09.17]Nautica Malibu Triathlon Presented by Equinox (HQ)
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Emmy Sunday will be especially grueling for James Marsden and Luke Hemsworth of the multiple-nominated series Westworld. On Sept. 17, they’ll hit the Nautica Malibu Triathlon presented by Equinox — a half-mile ocean swim, 17-mile bike ride and 4-mile run — with proceeds going to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.
Marsden admits he wasn’t aware the triathlon was scheduled on the same day as TV’s biggest night when he signed up. “I try to do it every year,” says the actor of the bike race (this time, he’ll do the run portion of the relay as part of what he dubbed a mini-“Team Westworld”). Marsden, who adds that he will skip the awards show but attend the HBO party, says the series provides training incentive because of the required nude scenes.
“It forces you to stay in shape because you never know when you’re going to be asked to get naked,” he explains. “What scares me is not knowing when that scene is going to be shot. Sometimes they’ll say, ‘Oh, you have to be naked in three days.’ Because we’re all so naked we all sort of hold each other’s hands and jump off the cliff together. They are very respectful and I’m never fully, fully, fully nude.”
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Rob Reiner will present his latest film, Shock and Awe, at the Zurich International Film Festival for its world premiere Sept. 30.
The political drama, which stars James Marsden, Woody Harrelson, Tommy Lee Jones, Jessica Biel and Milla Jovovich, as well as Reiner himself, is set in 2003 and follows a group of journalists covering George Bush’s planned invasion of Iraq who are skeptical of the U.S. President’s claims that Saddam Hussein has weapons of mass destruction.
Zurich will also screen a retrospective of Reiner’s work at this year’s festival and will honor the veteran filmmaker with its A Tribute to… award. Some of Reiner’s most successful films will be part of the retrospective, including Stand by Me, This Is Spinal Tap, When Harry Met Sally and A Few Good Men, which was nominated for four Oscars, including best picture.
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Jimmy attended Esquire Celebrates September Issue’s ‘Mavericks of Style’ Presented by Hugo Boss at Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles on September 6, 2017. I’ve uploaded 11 HQ photos from this event to the gallery.
Public Appearances > 2017 Appearances > [2017.09.06]Esquire Celebrates September Issue’s “Mavericks of Style” Presented by Hugo Boss (HQ)
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More casting information about director Adam McKay’s upcoming Dick Cheney biopic, including the actors currently being eyed for the role of George W. Bush, has come to light. Back in 2015, McKay made the jump from Will Ferrell comedies to more serious fare by helming the Oscar-winning The Big Short, which examined the housing market crash of the 2000s. The filmmaker looks to continue this trend with his next project, covering the life and career of former U.S. vice president Cheney. McKay’s Big Short star Christian Bale is locked in as the lead role, already undergoing one of his famed body transformations to play the part.
At the time Bale’s involvement was made official, it was said other A-listers would be joining him. Amy Adams, who starred alongside Bale in American Hustle, was circling the role of Cheney’s wife Lynne, while Steve Carell (another Big Short alum) would play Donald Rumsfeld. Of course, given all the prominent political figures of that era, the cast was only expected to grow from there. It’s now been revealed what other stars are under consideration for the rest of the ensemble.
According to That Hashtag Show, there are three key roles in the process of being cast. In the running for George W. Bush (who was president while Cheney was VP) are Academy Award nominee Edward Norton and former X-Men star James Marsden. Hashtag Show confirms the earlier reports of Adams as Lynne, while also stating Mackenzie Davis (The Martian) is a “top contender” to portray Cheney’s daughter, Mary. As for former Secretary of State Colin Powell, a trio of heavy-hitters are being targeted. Where it stands now, that role will go to either Tyler Perry, Cuba Gooding, Jr., or Giancarlo Esposito.
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It’s the journey and not the destination that’s important. Just as much as travelling to a foreign place can be unexpected no matter how much detailed planning has been done, the same goes for our lives. BOSS explores the idea of revelling in one’s journey through life with its Own Your Journey campaign for fall/winter 2017.
Starting out the trio of short videos shot for the series is X-Men and Westworld star James Marsden. The American actor holds on to the belief that the world contains endless possibilities and one needs to only “drink up what the world has to offer”.
Look forward to the next two videos featuring digital influencer Patrick Janelle (more commonly know as @aguynamedpatrick) followed by renowned Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport driver Lewis Hamilton. All three personalities offer different views and opinions of what makes a successful journey. After all, each person’s experiences are never one in the same.
,news Comments Off on James Marsden talks ‘Westworld’s’ success, recalls early days on ‘iconic’ shows like ‘Party of Five’
It’s good to play for a winner, even when “you’re here to be the loser” and no matter how many times you die.
Just ask James Marsden, who plays Teddy Flood, the robotic host of the smash HBO series “Westworld.”
There’s no place Marsden, whose character dies regularly on the show, would rather be right now. Being part of a show that’s been nominated for 22 Emmys — tied with “Saturday Night Live” for the most this year — can have that effect.