Emile Hirsch has just shared the second ever picture of his adorable son Valor!
“Valor at 6 months…Thank God for mama! #NoKidsPolicy” the 29-year-old actor tweeted, along with the pic.
Valor was born last year in October, and Emile announced the birth with the first pic of the little guy. He is so cute!
The #NoKidsPolicy is a movement where children of celebrities can remain out of the public eye unless their parents choose to share pictures, videos, etc.
Read Just Jared‘s #NoKidsPolicy statement here in case you missed it
It’s almost time for the 2014 MTV Movie Awards, and somehow, things just got even more exciting.
MTV has announced a live pre-show this Sunday, April 13, at 8:30 p.m. ET, co-hosted by teen pop star Zendaya, “Teen Wolf” star Tyler Posey, and MTV’s own Josh Horowitz and Christina Garibaldi.
Your esteemed co-hosts will be at the head of the Movie Awards red carpet, helping you get as close as possible to your favorite stars and getting exclusive interviews with every presenter, performer and nominee before the show begins, while designer Rachel Antonoff will guide you through the stars’ fashion for MTV Style’s Red Carpet Report.
As if that wasn’t enough, they’ll also be presenting an exclusive clip from the highly anticipated film “The Fault In Our Stars,” starring Tris herself, Shailene Woodley.
In addition, you’ll get to see a very special Movie Awards edition of “MTV After Hours,” hosted by Josh Horowitz, featuring an insane number of special guests, including Dwayne Johnson, Joe Manganiello, Emile Hirsch, Tony Hale and Anthony Mackie.
So, remember to stick with MTV for all your pre-show needs before the 2014 MTV Movie Awards, hosted by Conan O’Brien, begin immediately afterward, this Sunday at 9 p.m. ET.
Start the summer movie season with the 2014 MTV Movie Awards, hosted by Conan O’Brien, Sunday, April 13 @ 9/8c! Get ready for the show with exclusive MTV Movie Awards Takeover movie previews. Then, during the 2014 Movie Awards show, watch our All-Access MTV Movie Awards Live Stream on MTV.com.
Hailee Steinfeld keeps it chic while filming scenes on the set of her upcoming film Ten Thousand Saints on Monday (January 27) in New York City.
The 17-year-old actress was joined on set by her two co-stars Emile Hirsch and Asa Butterfield, who previously worked with her on Ender’s Game.
After much speculation as to who would take on the responsibility of portraying the storied comedian, Film 360 announced Monday that Emile Hirsch, 28, has signed on to play John Belushi in director Steve Conrad’s still-untitled biopic.
The long-gestating biopic only recently regained traction when Conrad, who wrote The Pursuit of Happyness, The Weather Man, and Ben Stiller’s upcoming The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, signed on to both write and direct. The Hangover‘s Todd Phillips was originally slated to direct. Reports surfaced last week that he’d held meetings with Hirsch and Workaholics lead Adam DeVine about taking on the role. Even Joaquin Phoenix’s name was thrown around as a potential contender.
John Belushi was only 33 when he died of an overdose in Los Angeles at the Chateau Marmont, but he had already managed to make an incredible impact on the culture as one of the original castmembers of Saturday Night Live and through memorable roles in films like The Blues Brothers, Animal House, and 1941. Michael Chiklis played Belushi in the 1989 film Wired, a major flop from director Larry Peerce (Goodbye, Columbus) that has yet to be released on DVD, but other than that the late comedian has yet to be given a proper biopic.
Hirsch is no stranger to portraying real-life characters. In Sean Penn’s Into the Wild, Hirsch brought Christopher McCandless to life based on Jon Krakauer’s account, and then in 2008 in Gus Van Sant’s Milk, Hirsch played AIDS activist Cleve Jones. Still, Belushi is easily the highest-profile figure he’s ever taken on.
Conrad, who is adapting a book penned by Belushi’s widow Judith Belushi Pisano and Tanner Colby, expects to shoot the biopic in the spring of 2014. Emjag’s Alexandra Milchan, Bonnie Timmermann, Film 360′s Scott Lambert, and Judy Belushi Pisano are producing. The role of Dan Aykroyd, Belushi’s friend and Blues Brothers co-star, has yet to be cast.