Oz The Great And Powerful opens tomorrow, giving us some background on the beloved family classic, The Wizard Of Oz. The prequel staring James Franco, Mila Kunis, Michelle Williams and Rachel Weisz tells the story of the of how the famed wizard arrived in the titular land, and also explores his relationship with the beautiful/terrifying Wicked Witch sisters, Theodora and Evanora!
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Okay, so obviously, I know who Jessica Chastain is.
She’s now a two-time Academy Award nominated actress. She’s appeared in countless popular and critically acclaimed films in the past few years (including Zero Dark Thirty, Mama, The Help, Tree of Life, and Take Shelter). And for one dark day, I was under the misconception that she was romantically involved with Tom Hiddleston.
That said, I still have no clue who Jessica Chastain is.
JESSICA CHASTAIN, WHO ARE YOU??
It’s Thursday so that means it’s time to vote on who is having the Best Week Ever. Is it you? Is it Donald Trump? Who knows. (You’re not in the running actually, but we definitely support your week.)
What does Alec Baldwin think of Shia LaBeouf: theater expert? And who scored the most nominations for the MTV Movie Awards? The answers to this, and more are in today’s Last Lap…
Have you been keeping up with Panties On/Panties Off? Do you know exactly what keeps Michelle Buteau’s underwear in place and what makes it slide down her ankles? We hope so! To keep you updated, we’ve collected all the things that keep the Panties On alongside the things that make them come off. Check out our Master List below:
Did Kate Middleton slip up and reveal that she and Prince William are expecting a baby girl? According to The Daily Mail, a loyal subject in Grimsby gifted Kate yesterday with a teddy bear and the Duchess of Cambridge thanked them by saying, “Oh, this is for our d–” before stopping herself. But did she really mean to say “daughter,” or perhaps was it something else? Read more…
Also, what is Jessica Simpson‘s favorite pregnancy snack? Why is Taylor Swift so terrified of drinking wine in marble bathtubs? And how is Russell Crowe making sure that Les Miserables co-star Samantha Barks isn’t left on her own? All this and more in this morning’s The Scoop.
When Bret Michaels sauntered out of Trump Tower after being the first celeb Donald Trump fired on Celebrity Apprentice: All-Stars Sunday night, he seemed to have taken his dismissal in rock star stride. As it turns out, the shock elimination sent Michaels into a breakdown and allegedly left him sobbing.
A fresh-faced Taylor Swift covers next month’s Vanity Fair. In the magazine, she apparently says “there’s a special place in Hell for women” like Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, calls the media’s twisting of her dating life “sexist,” and refuses to dish on her relationship with Harry Styles, but authorizes a friend to gab all to the interviewer.
It’s kind of bizarre to consider that just twenty years ago, the reality television genre was just a voyeuristic curiosity (really it was just one series, MTV’s The Real World). These days, “unscripted” programming rules airwaves. And as much as you whine about its trashy brainlessness, you know you love it — and you’ve turned its stars into bonafide celebs with real Hollywood power. Read more…