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December 14th, 2014
From December 13th 2014 until January 31st 2015, TASCHEN presents the exhibition “IT’S JUST A SHOT AWAY: THE ROLLING STONES IN PHOTOGRAPHS” in its first Gallery in Los Angeles. The images featured in the exhibition are also available for purchase.
The photo exihibition was opened with many stars on December 13th. Never a party without Jack Nicholson, so Jack was there as well, amongst others like Pamela Anderson, Steven Tyler, Arnold Schwarzenegger and many more.
Click here to see the photos: It's Just A Shot Away: The Rolling Stones In Photographs (Dec 13th, 2014)
August 27th, 2014
Jack Nicholson and his youngest son, Ray Nicholson, stepped out for a theatre fundraiser on August 24th, 2014 in the Hamptons where they quickly proved how similar they look. The 77-year-old screen legend and his 22-year-old son share those very distinctive eyebrows, as well as an irresistible smile.
Besides the physical similarities, both Nicholsons share a passion for the movie scene. At the age of 22, Jack made his big screen debut in the 1959 movie, The Cry Baby Killer.
More photos here: Apollo at the Hamptons (Aug 24th, 2014)
August 12th, 2014
The world will not be the same without your magic, your warmth, and the smiles you've put on everyone's face.
We hope you have found peace, you will be missed.
Our thoughts are with his wife, his children, and his family during this difficult time.
On the picture: Jack Nicholson, right, and Robin Williams share a laugh as they pose with their Oscars at the 70th annual Academy Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, Monday, March 23, 1998. Nicholson won for his role in "As Good As It Gets" and Williams for his role in "Good Will Hunting." Photo: Reed Saxon, Associated Press
May 22nd, 2014
Jack Nicholson attended the LA Opera "A Streetcar Named Desire" on May 21, 2014 in Los Angeles, California. He was in good company with soprano Renee Fleming and musician/composer Herbie Hancock. All three of them took time to pose backstage for some pictures.Operatic supernova Renee Fleming returns as troubled Southern floozy Blanche DuBois, in Andre Previn's faithful adaptation, presented in a semi-staged concert production, A Streetcar Named Desire for LA Opera. Streetcar will be conducted by Patrick Summers leading the LA Opera Orchestra.Clinging desperately to a masquerade of Southern grace, Blanche DuBois invites herself into her sister?s cramped apartment, and her life, creating all the wrong kinds of sparks with her brutish brother-in-law Stanley. When dark secrets about Blanche?s past begin to emerge, her world comes apart at the seams in a shocking spiral of violence and madness.
Check out the photo album here: Backstage at LA Opera 'A Streetcar Named Desire'
(Source: Valerie Macon/Getty Images North America)
May 7th, 2014
Robert Downey Jr. is desperately trying to woo Jack Nicholson out of retirement for a role in his upcoming movie Sherlock Holmes 3, according to the website RadarOnline.com. "Bob’s determined to be the one to bring back Jack!" a source revealed, adding that Downey will even lower his own salary to lure Nicholson with big bucks.
Nicholson, 77, has spent most of his time on the golf course after deciding to retire last year, as RadarOnline.com exclusively reported. But now, a big fan is banging on his door, a source said. "Having just announced Sherlock Holmes 3, Bob is begging Jack to play a role in the film," said the source. And it’s not the first time, as Downey, 49, tried to get the movie legend to play the role of his father in The Judge. However, Robert Duvall ultimately appeared in the film that will be released this fall.
Still, Downey hasn’t given up on working with his idol and "Jack hasn’t said no, which is very encouraging to Bob," the source said. "But he needs Jack more than Jack needs him, so there are a lot of emails, phone calls and gifts going Jack’s way."
Nicholson received raves for the 2006 crime film The Departed and his comedy The Bucket List in 2007 was a major comedy smash. But in 2010, he appeared in the Reese Witherspoon box office flop How Do You Know. After that, sources told RadarOnline.com that Nicholson stepped away from acting because he could no longer remember his lines. Rumours that were denied by Jack Nicholson himself in an interview with Britain's The Sun.
Downey and Sherlock Holmes sequel director Guy Ritchie "are both courting Jack for the movie and Bob’s even cutting his fee in the movie so Jack can get the most money he’s been paid since the ’90s. It’s the only way he’ll leave that golf course."
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- It's Just A Shot Away: The Rolling Stones In Photographs (Dec 13th, 2014)
- Apollo at the Hamptons (Aug 24th, 2014)
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- Backstage at LA Opera 'A Streetcar Named Desire' (May 21st, 2014)
- Jack Nicholson shops at Barneys (March 21st, 2014)
- Jack Nicholson presents Best Picture Oscar 2013
- Jack Nicholson flirts with Jennifer Lawrence during interview
- Jack Nicholson in Paris (March 2013)
- Jack Nicholson wins an Oscar for One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest
- Jack Nicholson wins an Oscar for Terms of Endearment
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