This weekendÃ‚Â Robert Pattinson is paying a conjugal visit to his better half, Kristen Stewart,Ã‚Â on the set of On The Road, which is filming in Montreal. (Check out photos of Rob on the set at the link.) It’s been a while since the pair has been spotted together, huh?
Pattinson has been spotted on the set visiting with Stewart and his pal Tom Sturridge, who also has a role in the film. Eyebrows were raised when Stewart was seen hanging out with Sturridge but it turns out he’s just making nice with his best friend’s girl.
Eat, Pray, Love represents a melding of two of our favorite things – movies and eating. But if it disappoints us the way Julie and Julia did (Amy Adams, we still haven’t forgive you or that ugly wig!) we might have to give up on the inspiring food film genre. The New York premiere for Eat, Pray, Love was host to not only the biggest stars from the film – yum yum, Javier Bardem, and also that Julia Roberts chick – and also plenty of celebs from the food world. Our girl Gail Simmons, who we love from Top Chef, was on hand, as were several chefs from the Food Network. Don’t get us started on why semi-half-assed Sandra Lee was there though, we still haven’t figured her out. We’re guessing she cooked James Franco and ate him while guzzling a signature cocktail though, since he’s suspiciously absent.
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Steve Carell and Tina Fey are the prom king and queen of primetime funny. Both The Office and 30 Rock are like comic tonic in the TV desert. But do they have what it take to be movie stars? On the basis of Date Night, the answer is “Yes, kinda.” It serves up two great performances in search of an adequate vehicle. Carell and Fey play a couple whose marriage has lost its sizzle. So they organize a “date night” at a swanky Manhattan restaurant. A case of mistaken identity leads them into a mélange of drug dealers, strip clubs and all the things movie studio execs think are exciting. As descents into a nocturnal wonderland go, this is no After Hours or even Adventures in Babysitting, but it’s redeemed by the leads’ smart chemistry. There are also appearances from Kristen Wiig, Mark Ruffalo and the reliable Ray Liotta. Look out for a shirtless Mark Wahlberg, whose nipples almost walk off with the movie.
Extras: A gag reel, dating PSAs featuring the stars, and two featurettes with director Steve Levy (Night at the Museum).
- By C. Bottomley
We’re guessing there are people in this world who’d jump in a septic tank to be treated like a VIP at a place like the Wet Republic Ultra Pool at the MGM Grand, the 53,000-square-foot “adults-only playground” in Las Vegas that features exclusive bungalows and party cabanas. But if you’re a 23-year-old actress with a bangin’ bikini body, then Wet Republic will pay you!
We have no idea how much Ashley Greene earned to “host” a party, but we’re guessing it was way more than adequate compensation — for duties including showing up with an entourage of more than a dozen friends, wearing a baby blue bikini, taking a dip, signing autographs and posing for pics. Oh to be young, beautiful — and a Twilight star! [Photo: Splash News Online]
To be fair, it was mostly vamps, but not all vamps at the 2010 Teen Choice Awards. Look at the hosts: Glee studs AND Katy Perry, who visited various high-school stereotypes through the show. Cue a gazillion costume changes (we like geeky Katy the best). And watching them were young Hollywood’s finest, including Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, approximately 3 million peeps from Twilight, Megan Fox, Channing Tatum, Sandra Bullock, Selena Gomez, Leighton Meester, Ellen DeGeneras, David Beckham (wtf?), and The Kardashians. And my oh my, didn’t they look pretty? And some, well, didn’t.
The tweeny-teeny utopian 2010 Teen Choice Awards taped yesterday and were hosted by ”Prom Kings” (the dudes from Glee) and “Prom Queen” (aka, Katy Perry, who doubled as a geeky backstage nerd wearing braces and bobby socks). As expected, vamps took over the show.
Robert Pattinson (photos) scooped up four surfboard awards (sans his pale, winsome lovah Kristen Stewart, who was MIA). The toothsome star won Choice Liplock and Choice Chemistry with KStew for New Moon and also got Choice Movie Star, Male for Eclipse. In non-vampirical news, he also won Choice Actor, Drama for Remember Me. But that’s just him moonlighting as a human, so it doesn’t really count.
The vamp tally stayed ridiculously high with KStew also picking up Choice Actress, Fantasy and Choice Movie Star, Female. What’s that we hear being chanted in the background? Team Jacob? Never fear, everybody’s favorite werewolf Taylor Lautner also walked off with Choice Fantasy, Actor, Choice Male Hottie AND Red Carpet Icon, Male. *Rwar*
There was a bit of a surprise element too. In a win that must’ve been bittersweet to say the least, ousted actress Rachelle Lefevre won Choice Villian for her cut-short turn as Victoria in New Moon. Ashley Greene and Kellan Lutz also scored for Choice Scene Stealer Male and Female respectively. And don’t even get us started on how many film categories New Moon and Eclipse won in. Hint: plenty.
BUT, they weren’t the only vampires (and, well, solo werewolf) who stole the show. The Vampire Diaries picked up six awards in the television category as well, making it one fangtastic night.
The winners list is long and dripping with hotties so if you’re interested, take a gander here. And look below for all the vamps risking life and limb to come out in daylight for our viewing pleasure. The show airs tonight at 8PM EST on Fox. [Photo: Getty Images]
We tend to rhapsodize about Sandra Bullock. But how could you not? We make our argument taking her appearance at yesterdays Teen Choice Awards into account.
• No one can rock black leather pants, a grey T-shirt and high heels like she can. She didn’t walk the blue carpet (yeah, they have a smurfy blue carpet), but instead popped up, badass-like, on stage. Now that’s an entrance.
• She won four awards, which makes her, like, the female Robert Pattinson. She scored the honored surfboards for The Blind Side in the Choice Drama and Choice Actress, Drama categories. She also won for The Proposal taking home Choice Actress, Romantic Comedy and Choice Dance with Betty White.
• Her acceptance speech had us cooing and snorting with laughter simultaneously. How does she do it (must take notes next time). “I don’t know if you should bring attention to this. Some things are better left unsaid. It’s been awhile since I was a teen…” Nice one, Sandy….nice one.
• She can bust a move with Betty White. And she showed us just how when they broke it down on stage to Lil Jon’s Get Low. That’s why Miss Sandy’s the bomb! [Photo: Getty Images]
A bunch of actors got together last night to watch a movie they shot for the express purpose of reliving their former glory and to see if they could identify their plastic surgery scars on the big screen. Right??
Cheap aging jokes aside, we’re actually super excited for The Expendables because we l.o.v.e. 80′s action movies, and this movie features almost every action star from that time. Even Arnold Schwarzenegger took time out from governing California to appear in the film, though he didn’t walk the red carpet.
The film was written and directed by Sylvester Stallone (who also wrote Rocky, so the guy knows what he’s doing), and also stars Bruce Willis, Mickey Rourke, Dolph Lundgren and Stone Cold Steve Austin, just to name a few (Dear God, we don’t ask you for much, but please letÃ‚Â Carl Weathers make an uncredited cameo). If nothing else, at least we know that this bunch of actors knows how to clean up for a movie premiere, the whole lot of them look dapper.
Kick-Ass asks the viewer to consider what it might be like if a high school nerd followed through on superhero dreams. As a satire of suiting up in spandex, the results were like kryptonite. That’s largely due to a character called Hit Girl (Chloe Moretz) , who engages in pre-teen ultra-violence with foul mouthed aplomb. Ignore the controversy. Kick-Ass is best when it delivers what it says on the can, with star-of-tomorrow Aaron Johnson and his vigilante friends going up against gangster Mark Strong. It’s a slap-happy fun night at the movies. There’s more, too: Nicolas Cage‘s off-the-map performance as Big Daddy, which owes a great deal to the TV Batman Adam West, is also his best turn in years.
Extras: The Blu-Ray/SD pack includes commentary from director Matthew Vaughn (Layer Cake), making of featurettes, art galleries, and BonusView modes.
- By C. Bottomley