The Cannes Film Festival has got to be one of Hollywood’s biggest celebrations following awards season. So naturally, amid all the fabulous fare at the French Riviera, there were bound to be quite a few duds. Who made this week’s list of fashion fails?
Stressed that Game of Thrones and Mad Men‘s are about to end for the season? Well don’t worry, because your next TV obsession waiting in the wings! Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Outlander- a brand new drama from Starz. The plot centers around Claire Randall (Caitriona Balfe), who mysteriously travels back in time to the dangerous world of 18th century Scotland, where she becomes entangled with two (equally handsome) men. Based on the popular book franchise by Diana Gabaldon, the series is set to debut on Saturday August 9, 2014. But we’ve got a sneak peak with the cast and crew to hold you over until then!
On Saturday Kanye West officially becomes a Kardashian. It’s a moment that every young boy always dreams about, right?
James Franco manages to keep at least some of his clothes on, Hit The Floor‘s Dean Cain talks about his past role as Superman, and we get some insight into Ellen Page‘s friendship with Kate Mara.
Dean Cain tells us about using Playboy for Hit the Floor research, a Disney darling speaks out, and an intruder stole WHAT from George Clooney‘s villa?
Once upon a time, Ashton Kutcher tricked celebrities on television and helped make trucker hats a national epidemic. From his shaggy hair to his dopey grin, Kutcher was very much considered a Hollywood prankster — who just so happened to win the affection of a woman 15 years his senior.
In just over 48 hours, our lives will be changed forever. Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are getting married, y’all! Between a star-studded guest list to a potential performance from Lana Del Rey, the happy couple‘s European nuptials should be more entertaining than Sharknado after two bottles of wine or binge-reading Cher‘s Twitter feed. But remember the last time Kim walked down the aisle?
Tap those kegs, dry off the pong balls, and get the stereos ready… We’re going back to college, kids! From getting fratty with Zac Efron and Dave Franco in Neighbors, to dancing all night at Gatsby’s larger than life extravaganzas, or making a pact with high school buddies to finally lose that v-card like in American Pie, the beauty of these films is that they allow us to live through these party animals, and better yet, reminisce about our favorite times being them.
Big Morning Buzz Live stages a dance competition (well, sort of), Kendra Wilkinson finds divine inspiration for her daughter’s name, and celebrities wade into the wide world of mean tweets.
In the cinematic world, everything is more dramatic when it happens in the rain. Fighting, whether fist to fist or thousands of swords upon thousands of swords, takes on a whole new life of its own in the rain. Everything becomes more urgent, more uncertain, more suspenseful. Some of the most iconic on-screen show downs have happened in the rain, from television’s Lost to the unforgettable Matrix Revolutions and Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers.