Israeli MIT genius is hot.
Brace yourselves. Hollywood’s golden couple Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are reportedly no more.
Jack Black doesn’t usually do Easter, but when he does, he does it with Brangelina.
Having fought Nazis in two blockbuster films set during World War II, Brad Pitt recently bought a toy that once belonged to the real-life bad guys.
Shia LaBeouf is many things: the former child star of ‘Even Stevens;’ a sometimes weird performance artist; that drunk guy who crashes a performance of ‘Cabaret.’ But a Jews? No longer.
After comedies and action heroes dominate theaters during the summer, fall is the great comeback season for movies. Here are eight Jewy films to look out for in the coming months.
‘World War Z’ has been called the most pro-Israel movie ever made. But it’s more of an anti-pacifist manifesto than a full-on endorsement of Zionism.
Justin Bieber’s about to fly high.
The Shmooze reported a few months ago that the race was on among Israel’s top actresses to land a part opposite Brad Pitt in “World War Z,” a zombie thriller set for release in 2014.
An upcoming Brad Pitt movie will shine the Hollywood spotlight on at least one lucky Israeli actress.