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February 1st, 2014
These days, with his screen presence gradually diminishing and reports of semi-retirement echoing through Hollywood, Jack Nicholson’s courtside seat at the Staples Centre is rarely cold.
Settling down to watch his beloved LA Lakers take on Indiana Pacers, Tuesday proved to be no exception for the legendary actor – and he was in high spirits despite watching his team slide to a 104-92 loss.
Jack, 76, had good company in the form of fellow actor Bruce Dern – his former co-star in 1972 film The King Of Marvin Gardens – and the pair laughed and joked throughout the closely fought Pacific Division contest.
At one point the star delighted another courtside spectator by adopting a pout for a fun selfie while Bruce looked on from the seat to his right.
As always a host of stars attended the cavernous LA venue for the game, amongst them record producer and filmmaker Lou Adler, who occupied a seat next to Bruce. Former professional wrestler ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin was also in attendance, and the powerhouse was spotted as he rose to his feet and cheered on the home team.
Jack, whose last movie role came in 2010 rom-com How Do You Know, was rumoured to have unofficially retired from the acting business last year after suffering from ‘memory loss.’
A source told RadarOnline: ‘Quite frankly, at 76, Jack has memory issues and can no longer remember the lines being asked of him. His memory isn’t what it used to be.'
Jack was said to have turned down the role of an aging alcoholic father in 2013 hit Nebraska, with the lead eventually going to Bruce – whose performance has earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor in a Leading Role.
But while Jack appears to be keeping a low profile, the Hollywood insider claims he isn’t leaving his beloved profession behind entirely. 'Jack has no intention of retiring from the limelight,' says the source. 'He’s not retiring from public life, at all. He just doesn’t want a tribute. He’s happy to tacitly join the retirees club like Sean Connery.'
See the full photo album here: Indiana Pacers vs. Los Angeles Lakers (Jan 28th, 2014)
(Source: dailymail.co.uk & GC Images)
February 1st, 2014
A new photo album is available with pictures of Jack leaving a medical building with a friend in Beverly Hills, California on January 30, 2014.
Don't panic, It's assumed that he was in the medical center for a regular check-up.
See the full photo album here: Jack Nicholson leaving a medical building (Jan 30th, 2014)
(Source: FameFlynet Pictures)
October 14th, 2013
Talking with Britain's The Sun, Hollywood legend Jack Nicholson laughs off reports of his "retirement" from making movies, and offers an interesting take on his life, love and career.
Jack, whose 2010 film How Do You Know served as his most recent project, was said to have stepped out of the spotlight because he can no longer memorize scripts. However, the 12-time Oscar nominee insists that the speculation is "completely false" and maintains an opposite reason why he isn't on the big screen—a lack of desire to act.
"I have a mathematician's brain," he confesses to The Sun. "I'm not going to work until the day I die, that's not why I started this. I mean, I'm not driven. I was driven — but I'm not, I don't have to be out there any more. In fact, there's part of me that never really liked being out there... You get older, you change."
The 76-year-old actor, who began his career in the 1950s, also fears audiences no longer enjoy the type of pictures he wants to continue to make. "The movie business is the greatest business but I only want to do films that move people, films about emotions and people." His last few films, the aforementioned How Do You Know and 2007's The Bucket List, found Jack playing characters who were unlike the roles he made his bones upon (see: One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest). "I had the most chilling thought that maybe people in their twenties and thirties don't actually want to be moved anymore. They may want just to see more bombs, more explosions, because that is what they have grown up with. And I'll never do that type of movie."
Another hunk of conversational mettle was Jack's regret in the love department and getting old. Known around the industry as "Jack the Jumper," Nicholson admitted he wished that he would have had a relationship that lasted the test of time. His relationship with fellow actor, Anjelica Huston, was on and off for about 16 years and he shows how much their final break-up in 1989 affected him in his chat with The Sun.
"That annihilated me. I'm kind of childish emotionally and I did make a mistake in the way I handled it," he said. "I would love that one last romance, a real romance, but I'm not very realistic about it happening. What I can't deny is my yearning."
As for reaching the twilight of his years, the frequent Los Angeles Laker court-side resident commented that he's noticed many changes as he's succumbed to the aging process. "Now I don't have any hair below my sock line, and that means you're getting old, Jackie boy," he said. "It comes out of my ears instead. I mean, how many times have I slashed my earlobes?"
Nicholson's new beauty routine aside, we hope the venerable acting great can give audiences a few more movements with his performance before his own curtain call.
(source: vibe.com, picture © Gerhard Kassner / Berlinale)
October 13th, 2013
Jack Nicholson attended the Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Canelo Alvarez boxing match at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on September 14, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
It was a night where, once again, Floyd Mayweather Junior showed why he's known as the pound for pound king. Despite the hype around the fight, and the quality of his opponent, he was simply too elusive for the Mexican 23-year-old Saul "Canelo" Alvarez.
Click here to see photos of Jack in the audience during this match: VIP Pre-Fight Party For Showtime PPV's Presentation Of The One: Floyd Mayweather Jr. Vs. Canelo Alvarez
(picture by: Al Bello/Getty Images North America)
August 1st, 2013
At the end of October this year, a new biography titled "Nicholson" will be released. The book is written by Marc Eliot, the New York Times bestselling author.
We are pleased to announce that we may run a giveaway where we can make 10 fans happy with an advanced copy of the book!
Click here to open the contest page, fill out the questions and your info, and then hope for the right stars to win one of the copies.
About the book:
THE GROUNDBREAKING NEW BIOGRAPHY OF A MAN WITH ONE OF THE MOST ICONIC AND FASCINATING CAREERS—AND LIVES—IN HOLLYWOOD.For five decades, Jack Nicholson has been part of film history. With twelve Oscar nominations to his credit and legendary roles in films like Easy Rider, Five Easy Pieces, Terms of Endearment, The Shining, and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Nicholson creates original, memorable characters like no other actor of his generation. And his personal life has been no less of an adventure—Nicholson has always been at the center of the Hollywood elite and has courted some of the most famous and beautiful women in the world.Relying on years of extensive research and interviews with insiders who know Nicholson best, acclaimed biographer Marc Eliot sheds new light on Nicholson's life on and off the screen. From Nicholson’s working class childhood in New Jersey, where family secrets threatened to tear his family apart, to raucous nights on the town with Warren Beatty and tumultuous relationships with starlets like Michelle Phillips, Anjelica Huston, and Lara Flynn Boyle, to movie sets working with such legendary directors and costars as Dennis Hopper, Stanley Kubrick, Meryl Streep, and Roman Polanski, Eliot paints a sweeping picture of the breadth of Nicholson’s fifty-year career in film, as well as an intimate portrait of his personal life.Equally at home on the bookshelves of serious film historians and fans of compulsively readable Hollywood biographies, Nicholson is both a comprehensive tribute to a film legend and an entertaining look at a truly remarkable life.
About the author:MARC ELIOT is the internationally published, New York Times bestselling author of more than a dozen books on popular culture, among them highly acclaimed biographies of Cary Grant, James Stewart, Clint Eastwood, Phil Ochs and Steve McQueen. He writes for a number of publications and frequently speaks about film to universities, film groups and on radio and television.
More info on the book: 'Nicholson' on RandomHouse.com
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