On Friday Khloe Kardashian filed for divorce from Lamar Odom and already she’s reportedly dating a new man. She’s been spotted hanging out with LA Dodgers player Matt Kemp. The two have gone to the gym together, hung out in the VIP section at Drake’s concert and even took in a Jay Z show (with Odom in attendance).
The New York Jingle Ball took place over the weekend and it was all about Miley Cyrus doing Miley. For her headline performance, the singer twerked on a Christmas tree, was introduced by Lindsay Lohan and straddled the line between naughty and nice.
Lupita Nyong’o is getting all of the hype this awards season for her star-making role in 12 Years A Slave. But could the insanely talented actress (and recent Yale School of Drama grad) be the next Jennifer Lawrence? Is Anthony Mackie going to be the next Denzel Washington? Or Oscar Isaac the next Christian Bale?
Buckle up, Hollywood fans, because there’s going to be a new A-list in town soon, and while they’re all original, they have one thing in common: a U.S. drama school degree…
We keep hearing that vampires, werewolves, witches and angels are losing steam in pop culture, that people want real drama these days. Um, not as long as Internet fandoms around! You can’t take away our eternal love and lust for the shirt-ripping shapeshifters of Teen Wolf, the muscled gods of Thor, the seductive witches of American Horror Story: Coven or the blood-sucking immortals of The Vampire Diaries. One look at the fervor for 2014′s Vampire Academy and you know there’s a future in fangs.
Which two Hollywood legends passed away this weekend? And did Sherlock co-stars Martin Freeman and Benedict Cumberbatch cross paths while working on The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug?
John Goodman hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time in twelve years last night (and coincidentally it was his thirteenth time taking the reins at Studio 8H) with musical guest Kings Of Leon. The comedy giant brought his usual energy and perfect comic timing to the show, but he also brought along Sylvester Stallone and Robert DeNiro for the ride.
Who’s on the shortlist to be Saturday Night Live‘s first black female cast member since Maya Rudolph? Who attended Paul Walker‘s memorial service? Does Evangeline Lilly‘s original character Tauriel ruin The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug?
They’re hot, they’re hard, and they run on iOS 5 or higher. Yes ladies and gentlemen, we’re talking about robots! Our beautifully designed A.I. friends have spent decades heating up screens both large and small with their lab-crafted good looks. They may not have feelings, but then again we’ve always been attracted to emotional unavailability. Spike Jonze‘s film Her will be opening wide in a short while, and it promises to give us even more impure thoughts about machines.
Vanessa Hudgens turns 25 years old today, and instead of having a quarter life crisis — or a public meltdown like other young Hollywood starlets these days — the High School Musical alumna is throwing herself into her work, somewhat responsibly. Not only has she continued departing from her Disney days by assuming adult roles in films like Spring Breakers and Gimme Shelter (January 2014), but she’s also becoming the face — ahem, and body — of charitable organizations the world over.
Is Khloe Kardashian already warming up to another man? Why did Brad Pitt once apologize to a gossip columnist? And who is the Best Movie Character of 2013?