When we look back on 2014, it will be known as the year Chris Pratt reintroduced himself as a bona fide movie star (who can rap) and Idina Menzel proved you don’t have to know her name to know she can sing. Read more…
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Being an original cast member of a Real Housewives franchise means constantly having to reinvent yourself. Bethenny Frankel took her preference for party drinks and turned it into a profitable personal brand, Vicki Gunvalson changed partners (and maybe faces?), and NeNe Leakes made a foray into acting. Now, she is eying a spot on daytime TV. Read more…
People unveiled its annual Sexiest Man Alive cover this week, bestowing the honor upon living, breathing Ken doll, Chris Hemsworth. The Australian actor has played Thor on the big screen, has muscles in places we didn’t know existed, and has the kind of pleasant face for the photos that come with picture frames. But he’s far from the sexiest man alive. Read more…
Comedians Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele have been being funny together for over 10 years. As stars of the Comedy Central sketch series Key & Peele (now in its fourth season) one would think all the long hours on set would help them learn the ins and outs of each other’s personality— including any preferences when it comes to caffeine intake.
By now we all know that Lifetime’s Aaliyah movie was an atrocity. The network has a long history of going for camp — choosing true Hollywood stories that are famous for their salacious details. Sometimes they hit (see: Joan Allen‘s Emmy nomination for 2009′s Georgia O’Keeffe), but most of the time it’s a big mess. And the casting is almost always terrible.
Eliza Coupe is back on our TV screens with her new series Benched, but we’re still mourning the loss of Happy Endings. After saying goodbye to the ABC series in 2013, there are still some questions that keep us up at night: Did Jane continue to work for the Car Czar? Will Max ever become a functioning adult? How has Alex successfully avoided the meat sweats with her insane love of ribs?
Steve Carell takes a dark turn in Foxcatcher, the gritty true story of the murder of Olympic wrestling champion Dave Schultz. Working alongside Mark Ruffalo and Channing Tatum, prosthetics and makeup helped the actors become their real life characters. Historically, those who transform themselves tend to receive lots of love come award season. So how well does Carell know other famous (fake) noses in film?
The art world is often all about status. And nothing gives one more highbrow credibility than being able to say they’ve seen a Banksy in the flesh.
Netflix streaming was only the beginning for you Gilmore-heads, James Franco and Seth Rogen will get naked (again), NBA star Blake Griffin gets charged with battery, and more in Last Lap.