Seven days in entertainment
Viggo Mortensen is again sporting facial hair and traveling through a strange land, but this time he’s leaving behind the hobbits and elves for a trek on The Road. The postapocalyptic tale is a tad on the solemn side, so for comedic relief: Catherine Zeta-Jones meets a flasher, Larry David goes bananas, and Jimmy Kimmel duets with (Neil) Diamond.
THE ROAD LESS TRAVELED
In our exclusive scene from the set of The Road (out later this year), a father (Viggo Mortensen) comforts his son (Kodi Smit-McPhee) after an apocalypse sends them on a harrowing journey to find safety. ”It’s relentlessly challenging,” Mortensen says of the drama, which is based on Cormac McCarthy’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of the same name. ”Emotionally, this might be the most demanding role I’ve had.”
FEAR OF OVEREXPOSURE
On the NYC set of The Rebound a romantic comedy about a single mother who attracts a younger man — star Catherine Zeta-Jones and her onscreen children evade a flasher.
FRUITS OF THEIR LABOR
Evan Rachel Wood and Larry David peruse produce at the Hong Kong Supermarket in New York City during a scene for an untitled Woody Allen comedy.
LIVE THOSE SONGS AGAIN
Kenny Chesney performs at the 43rd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, May 18 in Las Vegas, where he earned his fourth consecutive Entertainer of the Year trophy. Hats off, Kenny!
BOY, YOU’LL BE A SINGER SOON
Jimmy Kimmel pairs with Neil Diamond for his latest music video (airing May 23), in which the legend tries to teach the talk-show host how to carry a tune.