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  • April 30th, 2023

    Jack is back! To see L.A. Lakers finally push through NBA playoffs again.

    Jack is back! To see L.A. Lakers finally push through NBA playoffs again.

    The LA Lakers are one round ahead in the NBA playoffs. A convincing fourth win against the Memphis Grizzlies (125-85) means a serious boost to LA's self-confidence. Starting Tuesday, the Lakers meet the winner of the game between Sacramento and Golden State.

    The return of superfan (and actor) Jack Nicholson to the LA Lakers' hall of fame was big news in Los Angeles. For the first time since October 2021, he was back in the Hall with his son. Since the corona pandemic, the 86-year-old actor has not shown much of himself.

    But he did not want to miss the chance to see his beloved team win another series in the playoffs for the first time since 2013 (not counting the special playoffs in the "Florida bubble" during the corona pandemic).

    Enjoy some pictures of Jack at the L.A. Lakers vs Memphis Grizzlies Round 1 Game 6 NBA Playoffs, on April 28, 2023.

    (photo: copyright AP)


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  • September 16th, 2017

    What is Jack Nicholson really like the other side of the lens?

    What is Jack Nicholson really like the other side of the lens?

    From nude photographs of a 19-year-old Kate Moss on a Moroccan beach to iconic images of Alfred Hitchcock holding a plucked goose, Scottish photographer Albert Watson has been capturing – and shaping – pop culture for four decades.

    Given his first camera by his wife Elizabeth in 1964, Watson went on to shoot more than 100 Vogue covers, sold that Moss nude for $25,000 and has "been thinking photographs every day for over 40 years’" he says. To mark the release of his new book, he talks us through his most memorable pictures.

    "I’d just arrived at Jack’s place in Aspen when it started snowing. I took a couple of shots of him indoors then we agreed to do one in the snow. He turned to the housekeeper, saying, ‘Why don’t you cook this boy some pancakes and bacon – I’m just going to go out there and sit in the snow.’
    It was very odd to sit at Jack Nicholson’s kitchen table, looking out the window, with him slowly getting covered, bit by bit, with snow. I got up a couple of times, because I felt guilty and asked him if I should come out. ‘Oh, I’m absolutely fine,’ he said. ‘Take your time.’"

    Picture: Jack Nicholson, Colorado, 1981 CREDIT: ALBERT WATSON

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  • February 12th, 2017

    Jack Nicholson Is Finally Returning to the Big Screen

    Jack Nicholson Is Finally Returning to the Big Screen

    Jack Nicholson, the iconic Oscar winner and legendary lothario, has not retired. Thank God!

    The 79-year-old actor will return to the screen for the first time since 2010 to star in an English-language remake of Toni Erdmann, Variety reported.

    For those who have not yet seen the original German film—which is nominated for a best foreign language Oscar this month—know that the project seems like a perfect fit for Nicholson. Written and directed by Maren Ade, the movie centers on “a practical joking father (played originally by Peter Simonischek) who tries to reconnect with his hard working daughter (Sandra Hüller) by creating an outrageous alter ego and posing as her CEO’s life coach.”

    The film received rave reviews after its Cannes Film Festival premiere last year, including one from the exacting A.O. Scott of the New York Times, who offered this description of the character Nicholson will take on.

    It was Nicholson’s idea to take on the role, according to Variety, which reports that the actor “was a huge fan of the original and approached Paramount’s Brad Grey with the idea.”

    The studio has not yet chosen a director, writer, or actress to co-star with Nicholson. The adaptation does already have a team of producers, though, including The Big Short director Adam McKay, Will Ferrell, and Maren Ade.

    Toni Erdmann will be the first film for Nicholson since 2010’s James L. Brooks dramedy How Do You Know. In the years since that role, Nicholson was rumored to have retired from acting. But in a 2013 interview, Nicholson clarified that he hasn’t quit acting—he’s just quit hitting on women.

    Click here to take a look at the trailer for the original Toni Erdmann to get a better idea of the role Nicholson will conquer as his big-screen comeback.

    After news of Nicholson’s big return to the screen broke Tuesday, the trades began reporting another major casting coup: Kristen Wiig will reportedly join the American Toni Erdmann remake as the daughter of Nicholson’s character, the part originally played by Sandra Hüller.


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  • February 4th, 2017

    Jack Nicholson ‘Basically Retired,’ According to Good Friend Peter Fonda

    Jack Nicholson ‘Basically Retired,’ According to Good Friend Peter Fonda

    Jack Nicholson will turn 80 this spring, and though the last movie he did came out in 2010, he has never officially retired. But that doesn’t mean he isn’t retired, according to Peter Fonda, with whom Nicholson has been close since the two made “Easy Rider.”

    “I think he is ­basically retired,” Fonda told Page Six at this month’s BAFTA Awards Season Tea Party, held annually in Los Angeles. “I don’t want to speak for him, but he has done a lot of work and he has done very well as a person financially.”

    Four years ago, rumors circulated that the actor was slowing down due to memory loss, but those claims were swiftly denied by his representatives. “Sometimes ­people have a reason that you don’t know, and it’s not for me to ask,” said Fonda. “I don’t call him up and say, ‘Johnny,’ I call him Johnny Hop, ‘What are you doing?’ I would say, ‘How are you, how do you feel?’”

    The last three films on Nicholson’s IMDB page are James L. Brooks’ forgettable “How Do You Know,” the doubly infamous Casey Affleck/Joaquin Phoenix vanity project “I’m Still Here” (recently in the news when allegations of sexual harassment against Affleck resurfaced), and Rob Reiner’s “The Bucket List,” with Morgan Freeman.

    Nicholson is the most Oscar-nominated actor in history, winning three for “As Good As It Gets,” “One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest,” and “Terms Of ­Endearment.” Fonda speculated that a singularly fantastic role or project might entice Nicholson out of hibernation, to cap off his hat with one more feather.


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