Kate Winslet Finally Admits Rose Could Have Saved Jack In ‘Titanic’

Nooooo, Jack!

Kate Winslet had finally admitted what we’ve all been thinking about for years: Jack could have fit on that huge piece of wood at the end of Titanic. The actress stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Monday to talk about touching Susan Sarandon’s chest, but Jimmy Kimmel made sure to take the opportunity to call her out about a scene. After he pointed out that she basically let Leonardo DiCaprio‘s character freeze to death in the water, Kate admitted, “I agree. I think he could have actually fit on that bit of door.” YES, THEY COULD HAVE! Does anyone else watch the Titanic, ignorantly thinking that someway, somehow the movie will end differently? And every time, we’re left sobbing our lives away thinking of different ways we could have saved Jack Dawson! Watch the video above — where Kate also speaks of the beautiful friendship she shares with Leo in real life. 

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Lady Gaga Set To Perform David Bowie Tribute At The Grammys

Lady Gaga will pay tribute to the late David Bowie, who died Jan. 10, at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards. After the legendary singer died last month following his battle with cancer, speculation in the music industry immediately turned to how his songs and influence would be recognized at the awards show. “We had already booked Lady Gaga on this year’s show, but when David passed — almost in a single moment — we knew we had to change direction,” said executive producer Ken Ehrlich in a statement. More »

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Watch Some Behind The Scenes Magic From ‘Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them’

Eddie Redmayne

Hooray! J.K. Rowlings Harry Potter spinoff and first screenplay, Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them, has been in the works for the big screen in trilogy form. It stars the lovely Eddie Redmayne, who plays Newt Scamander, a character that exists 70 years before Harry Potter. And while the films won’t be a prequel or a sequel to the famous franchise, Rowling states, ”the laws and customs of the hidden magical society will be familiar to anyone who has read the Harry Potter books or seen the films.” I know you’re all excited and have been waiting for more details on this epicness. Well, a new featurette came out where Eddie and the rest of the cast and crew discuss the film.  More »

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Annie Leibovitz Photographs Some Of The Most Killer Ladies In Hollywood For Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair

Gawd I always love Annie Leibovitz‘s spreads in Vanity Fair. They’re just so iconic. And the way she fits so many people together in such a delicately orchestrated frame, where everyone looks their absolute best. That must be talent, right? For the new issue, she’s photographed some of the best actresses in Hollywood who have given spectacular performances this past year. There’s Golden Globe and SAG Award winning Brie Larson, Lupita Nyong’o looking particularly stripped down, and then this fabulous portrait of Jennifer Lawrence and Jane Fonda. Oh and don’t forget Cate Blanchett, Viola Davis, and many more. The magazine lists how many films each of the ladies has done, which is truly impressive. And of course Annie found a way to take these megastars and make them look, well, human. More »

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Les News, 020116

  • • Drake comes for Meek Mill, Tory Lanez and Obama [Global Grind]
  • • Eminem went to see Hamilton and all is well [LaineyGossip]
  • • For all your Trader Joe’s fan [Buzzfeed]
  • • If you don’t want to watch The Boy, here’s the twist at the end [PopSugar]
  • Brad Pitt is gray now [Socialite Life]
  • Jordan Fisher was the best part of Grease: Live [Idolator]
  • Blac Chyna was arrested and charged with ecstasy possession [GossipCop]
  • Gus Kenworthy talks coming out [Towleroad]
  • Jean Paul Gaultier brings in the sailors [Oh La La]
  • • How would you deal with it? [Queerty]
  • • Do you tip all these people? [Ranker]
  • • There’s a new, mystery Taco Bell item [Newser]
  • Michael C. Hall is 45, Ronda Rousey is 29, Rachelle Lefevre is 37, Lauren Conrad is 30, Pauly Shore is 48, Lisa Marie Presley is 48, Terry Jones is 74, Patrick Wilson is 47 and Harry Styles is 22. Click HERE to see who else is celebrating a birthday today.

Adele Tells Donald Trump To Lay His Hands Off Her Music


Fans of Adele have been complaining about Republican candidate Donald Trump‘s usage of her songs at campaign rallies. For instance, he likes to use “Rolling In The Deep” to fire up the crowd before he appears onstage. He also used “Skyfall” during his infamous speech about the future of the country. The man is a clear fan of Adele, having attended a New York concert of hers. Well, he can be a fan all he wants, but he’s not going to be able to use her music for his own gain anymore. After fans have been tweeting things like, “Noooooo!! Not Adele!! Must Trump ruin that too?!” and “Don’t suppose he asked for her endorsement. Hopefully she’s objected,” her reps finally spoke out. More »

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Please Enjoy Dakota Johnson And Leslie Mann Hitting On This Hot Reporter

Look! Hot guy!

Dakota Johnson and Leslie Mann definitely know what they like in a man! During a live interview for their upcoming movie, How to Be Single, the hilarious duo spent the literally the entire time hitting on a super hot reporter named Chris Van Vliet. I mean, we can’t really blame them since he is very good looking! It basically all started when with the two complimenting his cute socks. “Are you single? You’re handsome,” Leslie asks the Miami reporter at the beginning of an interview. Later, the Fifty Shades of Grey star adds, “You look like you have really big muscles.” The reporter even takes advantage of the opportunity to try out a few of his best pick up lines. “I don’t have a library card, but can I check you out?” definitely got a shocked and delighted giggle out of both of the actresses. Watch the video above — we promise it’ll be the funniest video you’ll see all day!

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FOX’s ‘Grease: Live’ Was Surprisingly Great, Don’t You Think?

Last night at 7 PM (PST) I was sitting in front of my TV, all ready to snark-watch FOX’s Grease: Live. I’m a huge fan of the original movie, and while I was never in a production of Grease, I know both the movie and the stage version really well. But I’ve got to admit, within 10 minutes of watching last night’s production, I had a hard time being snarky about anything. FOX wasn’t kidding when they said they wanted to raise the bar on the NBC live musicals, and directors Thomas Kail (of Hamilton fame) and Alex Rudzinski helped do just that. More »

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Kanye West Will Officially Premiere His Album ‘Waves’ At Madison Square Garden

Kanye West means business. The rapper will premiere his upcoming new album Waves at New York’s Madison Square Garden in New York City on Feb. 11 at 4 p.m. ET, and the show will be broadcast in select cinemas throughout the US and 25 countries! That means if you want to hear Yeezy’s new album first, you’ll have to buy a ticket. West announced the news on Twitter Monday after the event had been rumored for weeks! But the real question is…will you go? Or just wait for the album like normal folk? More »

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The Diversity Of The SAG Awards Showed Us What The Oscars Could Be

SAG Awards

With all of the #OscarsSoWhite drama circulating over the past month, it was refreshing to see the diversity amongst last night’s Screen Actors Guild Awards (SAG) winners. Uzo Aduba won Outstanding Performance By A Female Actor In A Comedy Series for Orange Is The New Black, Viola Davis won for her dramatic role in How To Get Away With Murder, and Idris Elba won not one, but two awards! One  for his supporting role in Beasts Of No Nation, and one for Luther. Queen Latifah won for her role in Bessie as well. There’s no reason why amazing performances like those shouldn’t be acknowledged, so I think everyone’s happy that SAG wasn’t only representing white actors. I mean, they showed us how a 2016 awards show should play out, although that’s not to say that there couldn’t be improvements. More »

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