The great thing about butts is that everyone has one. Women have butts and men have butts, and even though the female derriere gets more attention in music and on movie posters, there have been many great moments in male butt history-and we’re not just talking about the movie Magic Mike.
Is Bradley Cooper renaming his girlfriend Suki Waterhouse? Who’s Anastasia Steele’s best friend in Fifty Shades of Grey? Does the Capitol look different in the new Hunger Games movie?
It’s Hunger Games season! And with posters of Jennifer Lawrence, game-face on, staring you down, pointing her bow and arrow at you in a flourish of flames everywhere you turn, it’s hard not to succumb to the delicate mix of sexiness and feminist bravado the image evokes. It’s true that J-Law looks good doing just about anything — I challenge you to put her in a burlap sack and have her recite the dictionary and it NOT be completely endearing and compelling — but as Katniss Everdeen there’s a real magic in her archery.
Can you believe it was only four years ago that we first met Snooki and her Jersey Shore roommates? A lot has changed for our little meatball since then. The party girl also known as Nicole Polizzi turns 26 today, is engaged to Jionni and has an absolutely adorable baby boy Lorenzo. She’s moved on from Jersey Shore to Snooki & JWoww, and had time to squeeze in a season of Dancing With the Stars too. Do all of these things account for the fact that she looks so different now too?
Did Francesca Eastwood marry Jonah Hill‘s brother? Is Little Miss Sunshine‘s Abigail Breslin stripping down? What might surprise you about Hobbit author J.R.R. Tolkein?
It looks like someone made it rain on a famous reality star, Jessica Chastain tells us when she plans to pose for Playboy, and the star of Orange County Choppers gives fans a sick tour of his home.
In what may be the most bizarre turn of events yet for Lamar Odom, a video of the basketball player rapping about his Khloe Kardashian surfaced on Friday. In the shoddy clip, Odom is seen with a friend incoherently rapping (or speed-talking) about his wife and name-dropping Yeezy in a bizarre 3 minutes and 16 seconds that you’ll never get back.
Happy Hunger Games! While there are more than a few celebrities we feel confident sponsoring as tribute, not everyone is cut out to make it through the kind of brutal mental and physical torture Jennifer Lawrence endures as Katniss Everdeen. Besides, Hollywood is flush with spoiled stars who are used to having their assistants’ assistants anticipate their every need; a battle of strength and strategy would not end well.
To be honest, in a week with about 200 premieres for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, we were expecting a whole lot more to work with for our worst-dressed list. The crazy just wasn’t as prevalent as we hoped, though, so poor Jaden Smith and Elizabeth Banks bore the brunt of our criticism. (Jennifer Lawrence’s see-through number from L.A. has us on the fence still.) Thankfully, there were a couple of Kardashians to save the day — and an unfortunate wardrobe malfunction starring our own K.Michelle.
As the country takes a moment to remember John F. Kennedy on the 50th anniversary of his assassination, we decided to look back on his last impacting in pop culture. In the five decades since his death, JFK’s story has been told countless times both on the big screen and the small one. Whether it’s a look at the younger years, like Patrick Dempsey in the TV movie, JFK: Restless Youth, or a controversial portrayal of his presidency, such as The Kennedys starring Greg Kinnear, actors have not shied away from taking JFK’s iconic look and thick Massachusetts accent.