One of Monica Bellucci's films released in 2010 is The Whistleblower. Based on true story, The Whistleblower is a drama telling experiences of Kathryn Bolkovac (Rachel Weisz), a Nebraska cop who served as a peacekeeper in post-war Bosnia. The story became interesting when Bolkovac outed the U.N. for covering up a sex scandal.
The set of the film is in Romania, so if you are heading for Bucharest today, you may be lucky seeing Monica Bellucci. Don't forget to also visit Buftea, as the shooting is also be located in that city.
But if you are not lucky enough, you might only be finding the Black Sea lying there :)
When two European beauts gather in one frame, the deliciousness comes to height.
Well, this could the photographers' most favorite scene. As you can see in photos I have, the Italian lady Monica Bellucci and French actress Sophie Marceau are fitting together to fulfill the needs of a high class border.
Ah, this becomes hard to distinguish which one is sexier between the two.
Don't you see the beauty?
Surely you do!
Hmmm, but both are moms and above 40...
Now I've found the European goddesses with the aging skin....
Monica Bellucci talks about her family and career in the Marie Claire magazine Ukarine, July 2009.
Sexy look, amazing pics, enjoy!
On the May issue of the Paris magazine, Match, you can find two figures of beautiful women, Monica Bellucci and Sophie Marceau.
The two talk about their new film "Ne te retourne pas". Imagine the two ladies in a French movie...wow!
Well, If you just don't yet find the DVD, maybe the shoots in the mag will give you a picturesque about how the film is. Enjoy!
If one wonders how it feels to be a Hollywood star, Monica Bellucci might be the best to answer.
In a Washington interview, Monica reveals Hollywood's glamour has been a tiresome life for her. Premieres, parties, smokes, and alcohol are all she gets rid of lately. Monica just enjoys being with her daughter Deva.
Well, Monica might be staying away from Hollywood parties but I bet she loves to attend birthday parties of her daughter's friends.
How fortunate today's children are!
In an interview, Monica says that everybody thinks she is stupid, but she's not. She's got talent.
'Cmon! Celebs say that often and I know Paris Hilton is the one who loves announcing she's a genius beauty. (who would believe a wino walking drunk after party and saying that? I'll never!)
Is Monica such an exception?
Let's go through her later statement:
"...here [Europe] they're not obsessed with age and weight. Here actresses can work for many, many years. In America you can be a great actress and have no work by the time you're 40. This is a tragedy, so I don't want to live this tragedy."
Does she mean to keep her career down the Europe? (Because that's the only place where everybody thinks she's smart? LOL!)
Go check her latest photos and tell me if she's smart enough for America.
Monica admits that being in front of the camera makes her shed her inhibitions as quickly as her clothing.
“When I am acting, it’s like I’m in a trance,” she said. “You do things you would never do normally. You don’t feel cold — even if you are naked,” she added.
Along with Clooney, Bellucci and Pitt, model Katya Duneva, claimed as the third-most beautiful woman in the world; Mrs Globe 2004 Rumyana Marinova; actress and model Desi Zidarova and more are present at the event, ProFile Agency wrote in an October 10 press release.
Still, international stars like Keira Knightley, Colin Farrell and Viggo Mortensen are due to attend, while Al Pacino will receive a lifetime achievement award.
Six titles by Italian film-makers are in the main 20-title competition, including "L'Uomo che ama" (The Man Who Loves) with Bellucci which will kick off the movie marathon.
Other highlights include two films already presented at the Toronto festival last month, 18th-century romance "The Duchess" with Knightley and cop drama "Pride and Glory" - the only U.S. film in Rome's competition, starring Farrell and Edward Norton.
Last year, Bellucci came to Rome with the French gangster flick "Le Deuxieme Souffle" (The Second Wind), directed by Alain Corneau.
The Rome Film Festival closes Oct. 31.
The Italian actress poses very hot in the photo shoot for the September issue of the magazine. Mamamia!
It is also starred Blake Lively, Keanu Reeves, and Winona Ryder. So, what the film is about? Here we have a review from Pippa Lee LLC and Elevation Filmworks LLC:
At fifty, Pippa Lee positively glows with female serenity, the devoted wife of a brilliant publisher thirty years her senior, proud mother of successful twins and a lovely and adored friend and neighbor. But, when her husband spontaneously decides that they should leave New York for a retirement home as a "pre-emptive strike against decrepitude," and has an affair with someone even younger than she is, Pippa finds her beatific persona unraveling in alarming ways. The truth is, the gracious woman of the present day has seen more than her fair share of the wild side. She has finally found love and security in a family of her own. And now, that cozy world, too, is in danger.Are you ready for Bellucci's performance in The Private Lives of Pippa Lee?
Just wait until 2009 comes...
Heartango, is Monica Bellucci' film released in 2007. It is quite a short film created by the director of The Pursuit of Happyness, Gabriele Muccino.
The sensual tango music draws you in and reveals the lust affair between actress Monica Bellucci and Portuguese actor José Fidalgo.
It can be said that Bellucci plays four characters: a tango dancer, a deceived lover, a hotel maid, and a cab driver. Once you watch the film, you are unable to forget the silk slips Monica wears in the film.
Go get the DVD and be ready for your Saturday seat!