Comments made by Sex and the City star Cynthia Nixon about homosexuality being a “choice” have been ruffling a few feathers. I’ve read headlines that erroneously quote Nixon as saying “Homosexuality is a Choice” and that assertion is completely false. What Cynthia actually said is for HER, being gay is a choice. I think it is very important to make the distinction that Cynthia Nixon is speaking for herself and no one else. Click below to read what Cynthia Nixon has to say about her personal decision to “choose to be gay” … but read her comments in full before you jump to any conclusions. More »
The nominations for the 84th annual Academy Awards were just announced here in Hollywood and while a lot of the films that have been getting lots of love at other awards shows also scored Oscar noms, there are a few surprises in this new crop of Academy Award nominations. The Artist, the film getting all of the buzz lately, managed to nab 10 nominations but the Martin Scorsese film Hugo (which has gotten almost NO buzz from the public at all) bested it with 11 nominations — including one for Best Picture. The new Oscar nomination rules that went into effect a few years ago make it possible for anywhere between 5 and 10 films to be nominated for Best Picture … this year, there are 9 films up for the biggest prize — The Artist, The Descendants, Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close, The Help, Hugo, Midnight in Paris, Moneyball, The Tree of Life and War Horse. Click below for more about this year’s Oscar noms and find out if your fave films/actors managed to get a nomination this year. More »
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One day after Heidi Klum and Seal officially confirmed that they are separating after 7 years of marriage, Seal made the promo rounds on TV to promote the release of his upcoming album Soul 2. As I understand it, Seal‘s televised promo events were scheduled for weeks before news of his split from Heidi was known … but he decided to keep his commitments and promote his new album. He also opened up a bit about the personal drama going on in his life. Seal sat down to chat with Tavis Smiley on his PBS show and he paid a visit to The Ellen DeGeneres Show to perform. Click below to check out a portion of Seal‘s interview on Tavis Smiley and read some deets from his Ellen appearance. More »
Madonna was on hand at the Ziegfeld Theater Monday night for the NYC, NY premiere of her directorial debut film W.E. The regal-looking Madonna was joined on the red carpet by her W.E. stars Andrea Riseborough, James D’Arcy and others for the big event. After holding court both outside and inside on the red carpet, Maddy introduced the film to the assembled audience. It was a very emotional moment for her Madgesty because as she explained that the film is about the power of love she seemed to get choked up a bit … then she dedicated the film to her late mother … and she deffo got choked up. Click below to check out some photos from the red carpet of last night’s premiere and watch video of Madonna‘s emotional introduction. More »
Oh man … what is going on here? Popstar Justin Bieber was spotted making his way thru LAX Airport this weekend and he was wearing … well … quite an outfit. Now, the fuzzy hat (which I HOPE is fake) is kinda forgivable because it’s a look that hipsters have made “cool” for some time now. But The Biebs was rockin’ a new fashion fad that I really hope does NOT take off with his legion of fans. Check out Bieber‘s pants tucked into socks look below and get your first look at what might be the new fetch thing for kids to do. More »
When last we saw photos of new Superman star Henry Cavill on the set of Man of Steel, he was lookin’ INSANELY hot and half nekkid. Today we get to see a new photo of Hank on set but this time, he is fully clothed. Now, before you go Aww man, I will have you know that Henry is fully clothed IN his snazzy new Superman suit and he is posing in an absolutely ADORABLE photo. Filming production of Superman: Man of Steel has made its way to Chicago, IL and in between takes, Henry as Superman posed for a photo with a cute little super fan. Check out the photo below. More »
Last month we got to see the first movie poster and the first video trailer for the upcoming sci-fi prequel film Prometheus (supposedly a prequel to the classic film Alien). From the start, director Ridley Scott has keep a tight lid on any and all information about the film leaving us to glean any information about the film from the meager promo things we’ve seen thus far. Today we get to check out the international poster for Prometheus and it gives us a new clue about what we might expect from the film. Check out the poster below and see what you think. More »
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It’s been a year since we last saw photos of daddy Hugh Jackman, his daughter Ava Eliot and their pet pooch Dalí playing in the NYC snow … but it’s about that time again. Manhattan has finally gotten it’s annual dump of snow which meant that Hugh had to get bundled up and out into the streets to play. As you can see in the photos below, Hugh and Ava decided to involve the paparazzi photogs in their little snow ball fight … and along the way, Hugh fed Ava some questionable snow. It was all in a day’s fun for Hugh and his little girl. More »
The Marvel Comics superheroes turned movie stars The Avengers are featured on the cover of the new issue of Empire magazine (due out on newsstands this Thursday) … and not only are they featured on one cover, they are featured on 5 different covers. Iron Man (played by Robert Downey, Jr.), Captain America (played by Chris Evans), Thor (played by Chris Hemsworth) and Black Widow (played by Scarlett Johansson) each get their own cover and all 4 of them are featured on a special cover available only to Empire magazine subscribers. If you’re a collector, like me, you might want to pick up each of these different issues of Empire magazine. More »
Back in November of 2009, we learned that plans were in the works to make a new reboot version of the 1994 film The Crow. In the wake of that initial report, we continually heard that things were on track for the reboot to get made … and back in April of last year, we learned that actor Bradley Cooper had signed on to play the lead role of Eric Draven/The Crow. In August of last year, we learned that Bradley was no longer attached to the film (which was GREAT NEWS considering the terribly ridiculous concept art we saw of Cooper as The Crow) and it seemed, at long last, plans for the reboot film were dead. Today, like it or not, we learn that the Crow reboot has found new life … and that plans have been renewed to move the film into production. More »
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