Rachel Bilson: she can parade around in a bra and we still think she’s boring. The O.C. star certainly tried to win our attention at the premiere of her new film Waiting For Forever (now that sounds exciting) in NYC, wearing a dress that looks to be missing some fabric up top. Are you unimpressed by this outfit too, or do you think we’re hating on a full-blown hottie? Check out the gallery and let us know in our TheFABLife poll.
We’ve been anticipating the ridiculousness of Sex And The City: 2 (Desert Boogaloo) for months now. It’s the movie we love to hate, for so many reasons. Don’t get us wrong, we’re most likely going to line up to see it when it comes out, and we love a good Sarah Jessica Parker pun, but the franchise is getting more insane by the minute. A plot that takes the girls to Abu Dhabi? Cameos by Miley Cyrus and Liza Minelli? Carrie Bradshaw on a camel? Let’s hope this is the film where the creators decide to draw the line and realize they have taken the glitz and Jimmy Choos about as far as they can.
Forgive us, Anne Hathaway. We’re normally huge fans of your work and your style, but at the Breaking Upwards premiere last night, we feel like your limp hair and biker chick look missed the mark. Actually, everyone at the premiere dressed down (save for the film’s star, Zoe Lister-Jones, who looked like she was dressed for prom), including a very casual (bordering on un-showered) Josh Hartnett and Community star Gillian Jacobs. Check out all the stars and their thrown-together outfits in our gallery below. [Photos: Getty Images]
In news that’s surely going to annoy Miley Cyrus, Robert Pattinson is supposedly in talks to portray Kurt Cobain in a biopic about the Nirvana musician. (As you know by now, Miley is too deep for frivolous crap like Twilight, but she lusts for Kurt Cobain.)
Radar Online reports that Pattinson is chatting with Courtney Love about possibly playing the role for a film tentatively titled All Apologies. A source says, “Robert has been calling and emailing her non-stop… she has been a bit wound up by his manners, but he is her number one choice to play Kurt.”
While we don’t exactly see a resemblance, we can imagine that Pattinson knows a thing or two about the pitfalls of uncontrollable fame and might actually be a good choice for the part. The question remains though, who will play Love? Will she demand to play herself just so she’ll get to make out with RPattz? Can’t really blame her if she does.
Update: Courtney Love’s manager Jonathan Daniel is calling B.S. on Radar’s claim: “That’s an amazing story, and the first I’ve heard of any of this,” he tells Spin. As for Courtney’s RPattz infatuation? “I’m not sure she knows who R Patz is,” quips Daniel. “But he sure is cute.”
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Look at them squirm! Cameron Diaz and Justin Timberlake are hard at work on their new movie Bad Teacher, and we can only imagine the awkward conversations going down between the pair.
“Remember how we used to date and everyone thought we were going to get married?”
“Yeah, I do. That was a weird four years, huh?”
“Super weird. Almost as weird as shooting a romantic comedy together now.”
“Did you just fart?”
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Bradley Cooper‘s busy filming The Dark Fields in NYC, and it looks like they’ve reached the “sloppy hippie” pages of the techno-thriller’s script. How do you feel about his unusually unkempt hairstyle? Do you miss his slicked-back, suave short hair or think he should keep it wild and hit the road with the Kings Of Leon? Let us know what you think in our TheFABLife poll.
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When exactly did Bradley Cooper become an action bad-ass? Ten years ago he was Amy Poehler‘s gay musical partner in Wet Hot American Summer, taking TV roles (Kitchen Confidential) and bit parts in comedies (perhaps you saw The Comebacks?) before stardom came calling with last year’s The Hangover. He lost the part of Green Lantern to Ryan Reynolds, but his heroics in the upcoming A-Team movie must have been impressive enough to snag him the lead in The Dark Fields, a full-blown “techno-thriller” about mind-altering designer drugs co-starring Abbie Cornish and Robert DeNiro.
Shia LaBeouf was originally set to play Eddie, a slacker turned hyper-intelligent speed freak, but now it’s Bradley getting a gun pulled on him by some Statham-esque thug on set. If The Dark Fields—planned for March 2011—and The A-Team are hits, it might be a while before we see Cooper chasing Sandra Bullock in a rom-com like All About Steve again. Let’s hope it doesn’t get to his fake-tanned head!
See photos of Cooper and Cornish filming in Union Square—plus Renee Zellweger stopping by the set to visit her “boyfriend”—in the gallery below.
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Leighton Meester needs a fashion intervention fast. We realize the Gossip Girl actress wants to have an identity outside of her Blair Waldorf character (where is that Emmy nomination?). But just because Blair has terrific fashion sense, that doesn’t mean Leighton has to dress like a Bai Ling in training. We normally chuckle at her ridiculous outfits, but wearing a fringe cape to the premiere of your new major motion picture (Tina Fey and Steve Carell‘s Date Night) isn’t just embarrassing, but potentially destructive to your career. There are too many attractive young things in Hollywood for execs to bother hiring one that makes a mess on their red carpet. And that’s what this outfit is. Someone stop her…before it’s too late!
See Meester, Fey and Carell—as well as guests like Ben Stiller and Hugh Jackman—in the Date Night NY movie premiere gallery below.
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Going from media-empire mega-star to outdated cultural dinosaur would crush most ladies, but if Jennifer Lopez is sweating her prospects after losing her record deal following two flop singles (“Louboutiiiins!”), four years of box office silence and enduring a ridiculous legal battle with one of her ex-husbands, J. Lo.’s not showing it. Writing off the phrase “attempted comeback” to describe The Back-Up Plan, her first romantic comedy since 2005′s Monster-In-Law, the singer/dancer/actress/mommy prefers to see herself as reborn. “I was just home, kind of on maternity leave. And now, my first movie’s coming out since I was fat!” she said at a recent press conference. “I feel now like I’m 25 again and that it’s all starting over. With the babies, I feel like my life is just beginning.” It wasn’t Gigli that sidetracked her, guys—it was baby!
Even if The Back-Up Plan fails to restore her cinematic crown, a new record deal with Island Def Jam should give her something to look forward to—though not everyone’s enthusiastic. “Jennifer has fallen between the cracks of the music business,” an insider explained to the New York Daily News. “She’s too old to play the cute little dance dolly, and she’s not skilled enough as an artist to sing serious ballads. So what can she do?” Judging from a video clip leaked this week, one thing she apparently can’t do is cover Barbra Streisand. Allegedly released by an engineer as revenge for her prima donna antics, the clip features the lovely Lopez—or a remarkably impersonator—repeatedly butchering the beginning of the disco classic “Enough Is Enough.” Check it out after the jump.
The Last Song, Miley Cyrus‘ big dramatic break from Hannah Montana-hood, hopes to join such Nicholas Sparks adaptations as Dear John and The Notebook in the hit romance hall of fame. But judging from advance reviews, it looks more likely to follow Mariah Carey‘s Glitter out the pop-star-movie poop-chute, with Salon saying the 17-year-old is “finally old enough to hate” and “cannot act.” We have to admit the clip above doesn’t look too promising, with a mud-caked Miley contorting her face and keeping it that way as she asks “where are we, Graceland?” and grins psychotically at real life boyfriend Liam Hemsworth‘s on-screen mother. Roger Ebert says Miley fans will give it four stars in his two-and-a-half star review, but will there be enough tearjerking tweens to make The Last Song a hit?
See more Last Song clips—including Miley showing her piano prodigy chops!—after the jump.