"After the lights came up, a nurse wiped a tear from Hawking’s eye."
I’m not kidding when I say that the first trailer and the second trailer for the upcoming biopic film The Theory of Everything, based on the life of Stephen Hawking which stars Eddie Redmayne, both made me cry when I watched them … yes, tears from mere movie trailers. So I’m not surprised in the least to learn that watching the movie in full made Stephen Hawking cry … which is remarkable considering the movie is retelling of his life story. Redmayne is featured on the cover and in the pages of the new issue of Variety magazine and the cover story is all about the brilliance of The Theory of Everything … which you can preview below. More »
"I’ve got a really dumb idea."
At the start of this month, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher welcomed the birth of their first child together, a daughter they named Wyatt Isabelle. Last night, Ashton paid a visit to Conan to talk about fatherhood and reveal the inspiration behind his daughter’s name. Apparently, the couple had a name all picked out for their little girl but decided that it wasn’t the right name for her … so Kutcher came up with the “dumb idea” to name her Wyatt and Mila agreed it was the perfect name for their child. So, yeah. More »
"Mother Theresa" does late night TV
Taylor Swift released her new album 1989 this week (which is already on track to be the most successful album of 2014) and last night she made an appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman to perform her new single Welcome to New York and chat with Dave about her new music. You can click the embed above to watch Taylor (whom Letterman refers to as Mother Theresa for the way she treats her fans) perform New York in full (yes, the song is still insanely catchy when performed live) then you can click below to watch interview clips of Taylor talking about the house parties she hosted for fans, her lurve for Lena Dunham and her affinity for writing snarky songs about lousy ex-boyfriends. More »
"I don't have any fear now"
It has been two years since Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise got divorced and in that time, Katie has kept herself busy with modeling gigs and lots of quality time with her daughter Suri. Today we learn that Katie is featured on the cover of this week’s issue of People magazine which includes a rare interview with the actress. Katie talks about her return to acting in one of the first interviews she’s given to anyone since she and Tom split up back in 2012. More »
'I believe she is seeing him and hanging'
This has truly escalated quickly. I’d noticed a couple of headlines reporting that Mama June of Here Comes Honey Boo Boo had been spotted with an old boyfriend… who also happened to be a convicted child molester. I honestly did not think the story could get much worse. TLC canceled the hit series, and I figured that’d be the end of it. But now we’re learning that Mama June‘s ex-boyfriend had molested her eldest daughter Anna Shannon Cardwell—although he went to prison for a different child molestation case later. Click inside for more.
Meet the new Sally
Back in August we learned that actress Emma Stone would be making her Broadway debut when she joins the current production of Cabaret and today, courtesy of the New York Times, we get our first look at Emma in costume as Sally Bowles. The NYT has published a great feature on Emma‘s new stint on Broadway, including a great interview. Click below to read excerpts and see Emma‘s incarnation of Sally as she will appear on the Broadway stage. More »
Posted under: 'Cabaret', Emma Stone
"It's been fun to change my physicality."
Earlier this month we saw a heap of super hot photos of Nick Jonas showing off his sick body in the pages of Flaunt magazine. Today we get to see more photos of Nick‘s body in the new issue of Details magazine. In his interview, Nick explains how he bulked up for his role in his new TV series Kingdom, which you can read below, but the real draw here (always) is the pretty photos … which you can check out in the gallery. You know you wanna lick … er, look … so have at it. More »
"We are in the hopeful phase I think."
After Jennifer Hudson spilled the beans earlier this month that serious discussion is taking place concerning a third Sex and the City movie, rumors about the project have been flying all over the place. Stars Sarah Jessica Parker and Kristin Davis teased about the rumors on Twitter and SJP even went so far to capitalize on the SaTC 3 rumors to help promote her line of shoes (promotion that has gotten her into a bit of trouble, actually). Today, Kristin Davis will appear on The Meredith Vieiera Show to talk a TINY bit about the movie rumors … and while she doesn’t really say much, the fact that she is even commenting on SaTC 3 is very PROMISING :D Check out the video clip above and then tune in to watch today’s episode of The Meredith Vieiera Show to watch Kristin‘s interview in its entirety.
"She will have to work..."
I am going to say some stuff about rich kids for a minute, and I’m going to listen to the Frank Ocean song, whilst doing it. Rich kids… sighhhh. I went to school with y’all, made friends with some of y’all. You’re cool. Really. However. I noticed that rich kids loooove to talk about how they’re not rich, their parents are rich. So, I went to the type of schools where the rich kids shopped at thrift stores, and claimed that they didn’t have a choice—because they “didn’t have ay money.” Okay, sure. Now North West‘s mother—in an attempt to prove that her child will not be a spoiled little rich kid—is saying that baby North will be a working girl, sooner than we think. Click inside for more!
Aretha Franklin made herself available to do satellite video interviews with TV outlets all around the country to promote her new album Aretha Franklin Takes on the Great Diva Classics and as you can see in this compilation video montage, she had a bit of difficulty hearing the interviewers on the other end. Ever the consummate pro, Aretha did her legendary best to endure talking to these peons. Trust me, this video will make your day. Please enjoy.
Posted under: Aretha Franklin