It’s the end of the summer and it’s time to look back on all the fun we had. But for some it’s time to lick their wounds and forget everything that happened. Unfortunately for these celebs, their summer was plagued by box office bombs (Johnny Depp), bad hair (Brad Pitt), and Twitter meltdowns (Amanda Bynes). Awkward… But hey, winter is coming and soon we’ll forget all about it. Hopefully.
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The summer is drawing to a close and it’s time to look back on who had the best (and worst) summer. For the ten celebrities listed here, it was quite a whirlwind season filled with breakout roles, unexpected hits, big hair and even bigger box office returns. So who had the best summer ever? Henry Cavill (Man Of Steel), Anna Kendrick (“Cups”) and Oprahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh (Lee Daniel’s The Butler) to name a few.
It’s the last week of August and that mean’s summer is coming to a close. The past few months have been filled many ups and several downs at the box office. Like every year, there are the highly-anticipated franchise films and always-talked about but never seen indie flicks. With at least two new films hitting theaters every weekend this summer, it was easy to miss a few. We rounded up the 10 films that you should go back and watch while you still can (or add them to your On Demand watch list). Read more…
On Friday, Lee Daniel’s The Butler hits theaters nationwide. The thing that has us most excited about the film is the ensemble cast that includes Oprah(!), James Marsden (hot) and Mariah Carey (still trying to make that acting thing work). Luckily, the utilizes its strong cast to tell the story of Eugene Allen, who worked for the White House for 34 years. On the flip side, there are films like Valentine’s Day, Bobby and The Big Wedding that just flail under the notion that casting a bunch of A-List names will result in a good movie. Sorry, no. Read more…
In 2013, there have been several celebrity babies born, including North West and Prince George, who happen to be much more than cute bundles of joy. These newborns join the ranks of influential children under the age of 3. Whether they are boosting a country’s economy, landing more magazine covers than Lindsay Lohan or recording new music, the kids on this list have more power than any child should have — let alone before they are walking.
The 2013 summer blockbuster season is not even over and we are already concerned about what’s in store for 2014. Here’s why: hair. Everyone, from Bradley Cooper to Jennifer Aniston, has recently been spotted on set sporting questionable dos, wigs, and bad dye jobs that makes us worried. It looks like 2014 is going to be the year of the wig so just brace yourself for the some of the most awful hair coming to a screen near you.
Since the very first day director Paul Schrader (American Gigolo) and author Bret Easton Ellis (American Psycho, The Rules Of Attraction) announced on Kickstarter they were making a film, the Internet has been dying to know: ‘What exactly is The Canyons?’ Of course things only got more complicated as the year went on. Porn star James Deen was named the headlining star, Lindsay Lohan had been baited to join the cast, The New York Times wrote a thoroughly juicy profile on the film and it was rejected from Sundance. Things went from interesting, to weird, to bad news bears in less than a year but now, it’s here. The Canyons has finally arrived, for better or worse, and these are the ten things you need to know before seeing it.
With the 20th season of America’s Next Top Model set to premiere on August 2nd and the return of shows like Project Runway and America’s Got Talent, we’ve come to the realization that some of TV’s longest running shows are reality series. That’s right, most of these shows have lasted longer than Cheers, Friends, and M*A*S*H. But unlike those scripted programs, some of these have worn out their welcome.
We’ve tested your Hollywood knowledge by having you name naming celebrities just from looking at their legs and later their feet. Now, we are putting your knowledge of leading men to the test by having you figure out who owns which beard. These leading men have showcased their scruff appeal on and off the big screen. So let’s see if you can tell those hairy faces apart.
Ryan Gosling is back in theaters with a new flick, Only God Forgives. The film is his second collaboration with director Nicolas Winding Refn, who first directed Gosling in Drive. Whether or not the second time around is a success, everyone will be talking about what happens to Gosling and Kristin Scott Thomas’ incredible performance. Those are just two of the ten talking points VH1 has pulled together for you. Think of it as your cheat sheet to the film.