Earlier today, a report surfaced that legendary actor Jack Nicholson is retiring from acting due to issues with memory loss. However, that report is false according to E! Online.
NBC News' Maria Shriver debunked the report that originated on Radar Online, which claimed that the two-time Oscar winner can no longer remember the lines he is asked to deliver. According to Maria Shriver, the actor is not suffering from any memory-related illness or dementia, and is currently looking at scripts to decide what his next project may be.Read More
Multiple Academy Award winners Jack Nicholson and Dustin Hoffman will present on this year's 85th Annual Academy Awards telecast, show producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron announced today.
Nicholson has been nominated 12 times and won for his leading performances in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975) and As Good As It Gets (1997). He also won the award for supporting actor in 1983 for Terms of Endearment.Read More
Warner Bros. has offered Jack Nicholson a pivotal role in their courtroom drama The Judge, which already has Robert Downey Jr. attached to star. It isn't known if the two-time Oscar winner, who is famously picky about which roles he takes on, will accept the offer.
Robert Downey Jr. will star as an attorney, who returns home for his mother's funeral. The lawyer comes to learn that his father, the role offered to Jack Nicholson, is the prime suspect. He must defend his dad, a judge with Alzheimer's disease, in court, reconnecting with the man he walked away from years ago.Read More
X-Men: First Class director Matthew Vaughn is hoping to stay in the superhero realm for his next project titled The Golden Age, which he is currently shopping around to various studios. A major Hollywood studio is reportedly interested in the project at this time, though no deals have been made yet.
While the title also refers to the early comic books of the 1930s, The Golden Age will revolve around a retirement facility for superheroes past their prime. The project is based on a book by British TV personality Jonathan Ross, which hasn't been published yet. The story follows a group of retired heroes who try to help their grandchildren after their parents have turned the world into chaos.Read More
The Los Angeles Times is reporting that A-list actors Tom Cruise and Jack Nicholson may reunite for a new project entitled El Presidente. It will be the first time the two actors have worked together on-screen since the 1992 classic A Few Good Men.
Warner Bros. wouldn't comment on the story for the article, and it was said that, despite the offers and attachments made, nothing is guaranteed at this point. We'll be sure to keep you posted with any further details on El Presidente as soon as we have more information.Read More
We reported last October that director Peter Chelsom was set to direct a new CBS Films comedy and it seems they might have found their star. Vulture is reporting that an offer has been made to Jack Nicholson to star in the comedy Last Vegas.
The script comes from Dan Fogelman and was described as a senior citizens version of The Hangover. Instead of drunken debauchery, this story revolves around four childhood friends who come together in Las Vegas to see the longtime bachelor of the group get married. The bachelor is the role said to be offered to Nicholson. It was also said that tensions rise with the bachelor and the widower of the group both develop feelings for a lounge singer.Read More