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A Fan Continued the 'Before' Film Trilogy in Quarantine with This Cool Video!

Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy starred in three movies for the Before trilogy and fans hoping for a fourth movie might get a kick out of this!

A fan edited together online interviews that the two stars have done to make a new scene for the Before trilogy… all set during the quarantine period.

The video is titled Before the End and features no dialogue. The video is set to the song “Come Here” by Kath Bloom, which was featured in the movie Before Sunrise.

The Before trilogy was directed by Richard Linklater and consists of three films – 1995′s Before Sunrise, 2004′s Before Sunset, and 2013′s Before Midnight. Each film takes place over the course of a few hours and they are set at nine-year intervals. The trio of stars were nominated for Academy Awards for Best Adapted Screenplay for the final two films.

Julie Delpy Made a LOT Less Than Ethan Hawke for First Two 'Before' Movies

Julie Delpy is opening up about pay inequality she experienced while making the movie Before Sunrise and Before Sunset.

The actress starred alongside Ethan Hawke in the movies, which were directed by Richard Linklater, and she refused to make the third film Before Midnight until she received equal pay.

“As a woman, you know you’re paid less than a man as a writer, as a director, as an actress,” Julie said in an interview with Variety. “On the Before movies, the first film I think I was paid maybe a tenth of what Ethan was paid, the second movie I think I was paid half.”

“The third movie I said, ‘Listen guys, if I’m not paid the same, I won’t do it.’” she said.

Julie co-wrote the two sequels with Ethan and Richard. They received Oscar nominations for Best Adapted Screenplay both times!

Richard Armitage Rocks a Purple Suit at 'My Zoe' TIFF Premiere with Julie Delpy

Richard Armitage looks dapper in his purple suit while attending the premiere of his film My Zoe during the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival on Saturday (September 7) at the Winter Garden Theatre in Toronto, Canada.

The 48-year-old actor joined co-star Julie Delpy, who also wrote and directed the film. They stopped by RBC House after the premiere for a post-screening reception.

My Zoe is a suspenseful drama about a recently divorced mother (Delpy) who is driven to extremes. Daniel Bruhl and Gemma Arterton also star.

FYI: Julie is wearing a Carolina Herrera dress.

15+ pictures inside of Richard Armitage and Julie Delpy at the premiere… More Here! »

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Vin Diesel, Edgar Ramirez, Tom Hanks & More Support Steven Spielberg at HBO Documentary Premiere - Watch Trailer Here!

Vin Diesel is all smiles as he hits the blue carpet with his mother Delora Vincent at the premiere of Spielberg held at Paramount Studios on Tuesday (September 26) in Hollywood, Calif.

The 50-year-old actor and his mom were joined at the event by Edgar Ramirez, Tom Hanks, Martin Short, Vince Vaughn, Josh Gad, Holly Hunter, Julie Delpy, Caroline Goodall, Amy Brenneman, Bob Odenkirk, Neal McDonough and his wife Ruve, as well as Steven Spielberg himself with his wife Kate Capshaw and her daughter Jessica Capshaw.

Through exclusive interviews with actors, family, and the filmmaker himself, this unprecedented documentary pulls back the curtain on the remarkable career of Steven Spielberg. Featuring Leonardo DiCaprio, Martin Scorsese, Liam Neeson, and many more.

Don’t miss the premiere on HBO on Saturday, October 7 – Watch trailer below!


Spielberg (2017) | Official Trailer | HBO
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Emma Stone, Amy Adams, & Evan Rachel Wood Step Out for W Mag's Best Performances Party

Emma Stone, Amy Adams, and Evan Rachel Wood pose for photos while attending W Magazine’s Celebration of the Best Performances Portfolio on Thursday night (January 5) at the Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles.

The event was held during 2017 Golden Globes Weekend with Audi and Moet & Chandon. Other attendees included Ruth Negga, Caitriona Balfe, Tracee Ellis Ross, and more. All of the ladies mentioned thus far are nominated for Globes!

Also seen attending the party were Amy‘s husband Darren Le Gallo, Evan‘s boyfriend and bandmate Zach Villa, models Ireland Baldwin and Kelly Rohrbach, and actresses Julie Delpy and Jane Levy.

FYI: Emma is wearing a Gucci dress. Amy is wearing a David Koma dress. Evan is wearing an Alberta Ferretti Resort suit. Ruth is wearing a Rodarte look and a Savannah Stranger ring. Caitriona is wearing a Louis Vuitton dress.

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Julie Delpy Apologizes for Hollywood Diversity Comments

Julie Delpy has apologized for comments she made at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival on Friday (January 22) about women having a harder time in the industry than any other group.

The 46-year-old Before Sunset actress had commented to The Wrap, “It’s funny – women can’t talk. I sometimes wish I were African-American, because people don’t bash them afterward… It’s the hardest to be a woman.”

Julie apologized in a statement to Entertainment Weekly, saying, “I’m very sorry for how I expressed myself. It was never meant to diminish the injustice done to African American artists or to any other people that struggle for equal opportunities and rights, on the contrary. All I was trying to do is to address the issues of inequality of opportunity in the industry for women as well (as I am a woman). I never intended to underestimate anyone else’s struggle!”

Julie continued, “We should stay alert and united and support each other to change this unfair reality and don’t let anyone sabotage our common efforts by distorting the truth. Again I’m so sorry for this unfortunate misunderstanding, people who know me, know very well that I can’t stand inequality and injustice of any kind.”

Greta Gerwig & Zosia Mamet Bring New Movies to Sundance

Greta Gerwig, AnnaLynne McCord, and Zosia Mamet pose for photos while attending the IMDb Studio during the 2016 Sundance Film Festival on Friday (January 22) in Park City, Utah.

The ladies are all at the festival promoting their new indie films, which premiere at the fest.

Greta and Zosia were joined by Kieran Culkin, Julie Delpy, and Danny Devito to discuss their new film Wiener-Dog.

AnnaLynne is at the festival for her new film Trash Fire and she was joined at the studio by Dule Hill, who is premiering his film Sleight.

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