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  • Deal Roundup: What’s in store for Samberg, Douglas and Stiller

    “Ant-Man” is shaping up to be quite the Jewish superhero flick. According to Variety, Michael Douglas will star as Hank Pym, joining already-committed Paul Rudd. At first everyone thought Rudd was playing Pym, but instead he’s really playing Scott Lang, a reformed thief. The confusion stems from the fact both Pym and Lang have been alter-egos of… More ▸

  • Watch: Ben Stiller, James Franco in Arcade Fire’s new video

    In this era of tiny attention spans, 22 minutes seems like a long time to spend watching a music video on your computer. Arcade Fire must have realized that, because they’ve filled their new promotional spot for their upcoming album “Reflektor” with a bunch of great cameos–a couple of which are from talented Jews. In… More ▸

  • Watch: Ben Stiller in ‘The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty’ trailer

    We’d like to take this opportunity to give Ben Stiller a premature thank you for the Christmas gift he will be bestowing upon his fellow Jews this year. “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty,” in which Stiller stars and directs, comes out December 25th, and judging from this trailer, it will serve as pre-Chinese food entertainment… More ▸

  • Portman, Ad-Rock, and Hoffman, oh my

    Lately there’s been some buzz about a few interesting Jewish stars (possibly) lined up for some interesting films. Here, the low-down on where you might next see some of your favorite actors. * In what seemed like about five seconds after everyone you knew had read Gillian Flynn’s “Gone Girl” the news hit that Reese… More ▸

  • Ben Stiller feeding people pancakes in Brooklyn

    No publicists, no press releases, Stiller just wants to help his neighborhood. So yes, there is more to life thank being really, really, ridiculously good looking. via reddit   If you are looking to help in anyway, visit JTA’s Adam Soclof’s Twitter for more information. More ▸

  • Jewish celebrities react, debate in the wake of the Colorado theater shooting

    The horrific massacre early Friday in the Aurora, Colo. movie theater during the premiere screening of “The Dark Knight Rises” at midnight drew a lot of emotions and opinions from the American people, with Twitter being the main stage of expression. Jewish celebrities and lawmakers were also among the commentators. While some shared their feelings about the tragic event, other added their personal opinions regarding the hot topic of gun control. Here are some of the main tweets:
    Some celebrities shared their thoughts and prayers: More ▸