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Philip Seymour Hoffman was an intimidating, intense teacher on "Almost Famous," the movie's young star Patrick Fugit recalls. Fugit, who played aspiring rock journalist William Miller, said he was initially intimidated by Hoffman's method approach to his character, which made him stand-offish to others on the set. When it came time to film a scene, Hoffman led by doing and expected his young co-star to rise to his level. "Philip was very forward with me, in a school-of-hard-knocks way," Fugit explains in a first-person essay in Tuesday's
New York Post. "It was almost like when you go on a hike with your dad, and your dad just hikes the mountain and expects you to keep up. That’s the way Philip did the scenes. There was a certain weight that came with him. There was sort of a darkness. That’s part of what made his acting so compelling and complete."
Taylor Swift isn't afraid to get real. A fact which the 24-year-old country crooner has proved true time and time again based off her telling song lyrics that spill the stories of her deepest secrets from her biggest heartbreaks to her hopes for the future. And the seven-time Grammy winner opens up even more in the March 2014 issue of
Glamour magazine, looking stunning on the cover in a lacy coral dress as she gives the camera a sly smirk, while dishing on her much-buzzed about dating life and being a role model in the pop music world.
Pharrell Williams will perform at the Academy Awards. Oscar producers said Tuesday the producer-performer will sing his nominated song "Happy." Williams wrote "Happy" for "Despicable Me 2." It's nominated for original song along with U2's "Ordinary Love" from "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom," ''Let It Go" by Idina Menzel from "Frozen" and Karen O's "The Moon Song" from "Her." The 40-year-old Williams has been on quite a run with prominent roles in the recent hits "Get Lucky" and "Blurred Lines" and with four Grammy wins, including producer of the year.
Nick Jonas has obviously had an ear for music ever since he was younger and now he's growing into a music mogul!! It's been months since the Jonas Brothers decided to call it quits and since then, we haven't seen much from the once popular band of brothers. In fact, there has been a lot of traveling and doting on their beautiful gal pals, but consider that a thing of the past-- because Nicky has decided to take on a new role! The role of Musical and Creative Director of Demi Lovato 's Neon Lights tour, that is!