Curb Your Enthusiasm creator Larry David made news this week thanks to his “peak Larry David” face, on display at the New York Knicks game. It’s understandable–a fast-paced NBA match-up between top teams can elicit a wide range of feelings from anyone in the building. And when our favorite stars have the good fortune of sitting courtside, their emotional output never goes undocumented.
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The Best Man Holiday (out Friday) marks the return of a dynamic ensemble, nearly 15 years after we first met them. Much like our obsession with real-life celebrity cliques, we watch movies largely to live vicariously through groups of fictional pals and their interesting antics. And a wedding party full of secrets is no exception.
Since his days playing perpetual schemer Louis Stevens on Even Stevens, Shia LaBeouf has shed the majority of his Disney innocence thanks to professional feuds and a tendency to get naked on camera. Because we’ve grown up with the now 27-year-old actor, his departure from family-friendly material, and his drastic physical transformation, is somewhat jarring. Jarring and incredibly fun to look at…
Welcome to the club, Rebecca Romijn! The model-actress is turning heads with her recently unveiled bob, a look that follows the trend of shorter styles seen among prominent female celebrities over the last few days. Proving it’s never the wrong time to go short, Jennifer Lawrence challenged the worldview of Hunger Games fans everywhere when her brand-new haircut arrived online, and Jennifer Aniston‘s new ‘do inspired rumors she’d suffered a Brazilian blowout accident over the weekend (what does that even mean?!).
Yesterday marked the 10th anniversary of the theatrical release of Love Actually and we’ve been arguing about which story line was the best. To help us decide, we asked a few of the cast members to weigh in. So who is a fan of Billy Mack and Joe? The Walking Dead’s Andrew Lincoln prefers Mack’s story line to his own. And what of Harry and Karen’s dramatic story line? Elisha Cuthbert weighs in. “I would have to say Emma Thompson,” Cuthbert tells VH1. “I just… I balled my eyes out.”
It’s been 10 years since the release of Love Actually, and we’re bringing you as much celebratory content as possible to honor a film so many of us cherish. Watching it every year (or more) will typically suffice, but what happens when you get an itch for more Billy Mack that you just can’t scratch? What are he and his manager, Joe, lovebirds Jamie and Aurélia, and Colin, God of sex, and all of his American lassies, doing right now? After such success, we can’t help but wonder if the team behind the film has ever contemplated a sequel. So we asked!
Redheads have had to withstand their fair share of abuse throughout history–thanks largely to South Park creators and UV rays. No longer a hue to shy away from, stars like Julianne Moore and Isla Fisher have been inspiring copycats (including the likes of Rihanna) for years. And while they make up only two percent of the population, fiery celebrities of the ginger persuasion have been everywhere in 2013.
Red carpet goddess Kerry Washington is an American football WAG no more, now that hubby Nnamdi Asomugha has been released by the San Francisco 49ers. But no need to call in the services of Olivia Pope–Washington’s steady Scandal paycheck, along with her work with Neutrogena, as creative consultant and celebrity brand ambassador, should keep the lights on for the foreseeable future.
As the tenth anniversary of the theatrical release of Love Actually nears, VH1 takes a look back on the now classic holiday film. After talking with cast members and digging through old interviews, we learned some interesting things about ensemble film starring Colin Firth, Hugh Grant and Emma Thompson. For starters, it was never supposed to be a Christmas film! Say what?! We can’t even imagine our holidays without an annual viewing of this movie.
Romance lovers and Richard Curtis superfans, rejoice! The writer-director who turned you into a weepy puddle with Love Actually and got you stuck saying “oopsie daises” after Notting Hill is back. And Curtis’ latest film, About Time, delivers a sweet take on an unusual subject: time travel.