Jackie Chan, Drowning Tragedy During Filming

Jackie Chan’s latest movie Rush Hour claims the life of a cameraman while o the set filming. Chan is a popular actor and martial artist, known for his action roles such as Rush Hour and Shanghai Nights cast and crew are now devastated over this sad tragedy because what happened is the cameraman drowned. Sixty year old Chan is currently filming,

Skiptrace, about a Hong Kong detective (Chan) who partners with an American gambler (Johnny Knoxville) in order to take down a notorious criminal. However, filming came to a halt when a vessel capsized.

According to the South China Morning Post, Chan Kwok-hung, 51, died after the 15-metre long vessel carrying the film crew capsized at around 3:00 a.m. only 30 meters off shore from Lantau Island. Other crew members aboard were able to safely swim back to shore. However, Chan Kwok-hung was later found unconscious before being announced dead at the hospital.

Chan Kwok-hung had worked in the industry for more than 20 years.

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Voice Winner Craig Wayne Boyd Was Discouraged Nearly Gave Up On Music

Craig Wayne Boyd, Voice winner reveals he almost quit music before the show. He was part of Country singer and Voice mentor Blake Shelton on season 7 and during his audition he sang “The Whiskey Ain’t Workin’” by Travis Tritt and Marty Stuart. Well almost wasn’t the winner because there was a point when just felt discouragement and nearly passing up on his dream.

“I remember more than a year ago, a little more than a year ago, sitting in a pickup outside a club after I had played to basically no one, and talking with my drummer and saying, ‘Listen, I may have to quit. Because it’s not paying my bills, and we’re losing my house,’” the 35-year-old country crooner said in a press conference after the finale. “I lost my pickup. I didn’t know what I was going to do.”

Fortunately for Boyd, his drummer convinced him not to throw in the towel. “And then randomly the opportunity [came] up to go audition a few months out for The Voice,” he recalled. “And I was like, ‘You know what? I’m going to go do that.’”

The rest, as they say, is history. With help from coach Blake Shelton, Boyd beat out fellow finalists Chris Jamison, Matt McAndrew, and Damien Lawson — all members of Team Adam Levine.

“Will I rub it in Adam’s face? He may quit the show before I’m done rubbing this in his face,” Shelton joked of triumphing over his longtime competitor. “But what’s awesome is this guy holding this trophy. It’s unbelievable.”

Shelton is so proud, in fact, that he said he’d be Boyd’s opening act on tour. [Read more...]

Ben Stiller Feels Lucky That He Got To Know Robin Williams

Ben Stiller says he feels lucky that he knew the late star Robin Williams. The forty nine year old Zoolander star and the Hook star spent time together while Night At The Museum was in the making. Stiller and Williams star alongside each other in the newest installment in the trilogy, Night At The Museum: Secret of the Tomb. Williams was an idol to Stiller and he is feeling gratitude that he got to know Williams during the last few years.

Ben insists he was ”excited” every time he got to work with Williams – who tragically committed suicide in August at the age of 63 – on the franchise and never took it ”for granted.”

When asked how Williams’ passing affects his opinion of the new movie, Ben said:

”I don’t know how it affects how I look at the film, but for me, I never took it for granted to be able to work with Robin because I was always a huge fan of his. Growing up he was one of my comedic idols and this was the only chance I ever had to work with him. So every time we got to work together on these movies I was always excited … I feel really lucky to have had that opportunity and to have got to spend time with him and to be in the movies with him. It’s great that the movies exist but for me it’s the experience that I will take away.”

Speaking at a press conference in London on Monday, Ben told BANG Showbiz:

”He was very generous and kind and would make everybody feel like an equal. It was great to be around him and have him treat you that way that but in reality, for me, under the surface I was always really just a fan.”

Night At The Museum: Secret of the Tomb, is one of the last movies Williams made before his passing and features a tribute to him and late actor Mickey Rooney, who makes a brief appearance, in the end credits, accompanied by the words ”the magic never ends.”

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Nile Rodgers A Beatles Song Changed The Whole Course Of His Entire Career

Nile Rodgers says the Beatles changed his life. The sixty two year old musician and lead lead guitarist and co-founding member with Bernard Edwards of the band Chic reveals that it is the band’s track ‘A Day in the Life’ says that the reason he went into the music business was because it had been the first song he played on the guitar.

He said:

”The first song I ever learned to play was a Beatles song called ‘A Day In The Life’. That changed the whole course of my entire career.” You may know him for tracks like ‘Everybody Dance’ and ‘Le Freak’ says although his success is growing he doesn’t feel that confident with his music ability as right from the beginning he thinks people won’t like his songs.

He said:

”I don’t go into a project assuming that it’s going to be a hit. I go into a project assuming it’s going to be a failure and then do everything in my power to try and help people hear the music.”

He also says he likes to pick and choose works with because he would like to learn things from his collaborators. [Read more...]

Krysten Ritter Sparkly Gold & Black Dress Gal At Premiere Of ‘Big Eyes

Krysten Ritter, black and gold dress at the MoMA Premiere Of ‘Big Eyes’. The Breaking Bad star looked dazzling when she made an appearance at the New York City’s Modern Art for the premiere of her latest film, “Big Eyes,”

about artist Margaret Keane, whose husband Walter took credit for all of her work in the 1960s. The film centers on the couple’s divorce trial and is directed by Tim Burton.

The film opens Christmas Day, other stars are Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz.

Ritter is an actress and former model and she also starred in Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23, What Happens in Vegas, 27 Dresses (2008) and Confessions of a Shopaholic. She grew p on a cattle ranch.

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Stacey Dash Attends ‘American Sniper’ Premiere’ Wears Daring Blue Dress

Stacey Dash looks good in a blue dress attending the The ‘American Sniper’ Premiere (Clint Eastwood’s new flick) at the New York City premiere. She is known for starring in Clueless and View from the Top. She showed her amazing shape, leaving little to the imagination.

More on Dash, she was born in the Bronx, New York and she has also appeared in music videos, Emotional, All Falls Down”. and she was hired by Fox News as contributor for “cultural analysis and commentary.”

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