Yesterday we presented a 10-second teaser of the much-anticipated Eclipse trailer. Here we have 82 more seconds of icy Edward proclaiming his love to Bella, shirtless Jacob doing the same, and Bella torn between two heartthrobs. We can hardly sympathize with Bella’s situation, however, we can all agree it’d be a pain in the neck to have vengeful Victoria out for your blood. Watch the trailer, drool, cry, quiver, repeat.
Oh, come on! Another awards show for movie stars after the Oscars? You gotta be kidding! Well, not quite. Despite the attendance of stars like Gwyneth Paltrow, Clive Owen, Hugh Grant and Michelle Rodriguez—who had her trademark leather jacket on over her gown, you go Michelle—Abu Dhabi’s Laureus Awards celebrated the accomplishments of our world’s greatest athletes, including Tony Hawk, Monica Seles and Julius Irving. Who knew Kevin Spacey and Kyle MacLachlan had such love for the game? Or, for that matter, the United Arab Emirates?
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Jennifer Garner‘s the type of celebrity mom who seemingly juggles it all — family, career and a Hollywood-esque bod. Not only does she have a role in the upcoming ensemble pic Valentine’s Day (who doesn’t?), she always seems to squeeze in time for her daughters. Recent photographs have shown the A-list actress carrying out regular mom-like activities like picking daughter Violet up from school and hanging out at public playgrounds. Pictured here is Jen’s youngest, Seraphina. Can you spot 10 differences in the two pics above? [Photo: Splash News Online]
As Renner advertises, “I’m single — and looking.”
Oscar nominee for An Education Carey Mulligan may be in a relationship with Shia LaBeouf, but Oscar-bash photos in a British publication make it clear that her options are open. Mulligan turned super-touchy when Jeremy Renner stopped to say hi at Vanity Fair‘s Oscar afterparty, and witnesses say it’s clear there were sparks.
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VH1 News correspondent Janell Snowden had the enviable job of talking to Zac Efron at the Oscars Red Carpet on Sunday and she brought up our favorite Efron-related topic: his thick tresses. (Sorry if you were expecting us to say High School Musical or Vanessa Hudgens.) In our mind, Zac, who presented the award for Best Sound Editing, is single-handedly responsible for an entire generation of tween boy hairstyles and he dished on his (literally) dirty secret about caring for it — he’s not a big fan of shampooing.
Ugly Betty may be coming to an end, but America Ferrera isn’t going away. The actress was at the premiere of her new film Our Family Wedding in NYC last night, along with co-stars Regina King, Forest Whitaker, Lance Gross, Charlie Murphy and Carlos Mencia. It shouldn’t be too long before she hits the carpet again—her How To Train Your Dragon comes out later this month.
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It’s heeeere! Summit Entertainment has just released a sneak peek of the official Eclipse teaser trailer to be released tomorrow morning. In just 10 seconds, they appease both Twi-hard teams, with Jacob’s bulging abs and a pillow-talkin’ Edward.
Check back early tomorrow for an extended glimpse of the third installment of The Twilight Saga.
We jest! Sort of. Sifting through our 2010 Oscars coverage, we came across this video clip of Janell Snowden, our friend from VH1 News, walking up to Mariah Carey and telling her straight up that she’s always had a thing for her hubby Nick Cannon. Mariah looks peeved at first, but then rolls with the joke. But what neither Mimi nor Janell know is that we’ve been waiting for just the right moment to unearth a clip of an on-camera flirtation between Nick and Janell that’s been buried deep within our archives.
Below is a mashup of Janell interviewing Nick at two different Sundance Film Festivals — before and after he was married. The clip involves hugs, pecks on the cheek, declarations of love, and talk about condoms and what could have been. Don’t worry Mariah, it’s clearly all in good fun! Maybe.
Precious: Based on the Novel “Push” By Sapphire
Hands up who wants to watch an overweight girl being abused by her father, being abused by her mother, and balancing raising a developmentally challenged baby in ’80s Harlem with learning to read. A fun night’s in store, right? Fortunately, this stirring adaptation of Sapphire’s bestseller is much, much more. The story of the put-upon Precious is harrowing, but not without its lighter moments. Most importantly, Gabourney Sidibe‘s amazing performance provides a revealing look at the kind of spirit required to overcome what look like insurmountable challenges. In addition, there’s also an Oscar-winning Mo’nique–stuffed into a catsuit and scraped free of makeup–playing one of the movie’s most memorable monsters. Check it out: Precious is a feel-bad movie that will actually leave you feeling like there’s some hope still left out there.
Extras: Commentary from Oscar-nominated director Lee Daniels, making of featurettes, a deleted scene, Sidibe’s audition reel, and more.
- By C. Bottomley
Considering it took thirty-eight years after his first nomination for Jeff Bridges to pick up an Oscar, we shouldn’t give the guy too much grief for not letting it go. The Crazy Heart star—who also won Coolest Best Actor Nominee by a landslide in our Oscar Poll Sunday—was spotted clutching his golden boy as he left Oprah’s post-Oscar show at the Kodak theatre yesterday. Maybe he should take a tip from Kate Winslet and wrap the guy up—you don’t want constant pawing to take the finish off.
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