Opening this weekend is yet another adaptation of one of Nicholas Sparks’ romantic novels, The Best of Me, starring James Marsden and Michelle Monaghan. This makes the ninth Sparks novel to find its way to the big screen with another one (The Longest Ride) coming in April. Since 1999, when his first adaptation appeared in theaters, there have been countless Sparks-like stories to flood theaters. Films, such as The Vow and Remember Me, play on many of the author’s most popular tropes that its hard to know whether or not you’re watching an authentic “Nicholas Sparks Film” (NSF).
Seth Rogen and Joseph Gordon-Levitt give us an early Christmas gift, Ellen DeGeneres may have baby fever, Amy Poehler gets candid about past drug use and more in today’s Last Lap.
Who was brave enough to challenge wrestling star Chris Jericho to a game about famous celebrity feuds? Look no further than Big Morning Buzz Live, where host Nick Lachey refereed a match between Jericho and co-host Michelle Buteau. Both opponents brought the heat, but who won the battle?
Oh Shia. You were such a cute kid. In movies like Transformers and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull you seemed like the perfect combination of boyish good looks, acting chops, and an eagerness to please. And then the troubles started. The arrests. The meltdowns. The purple leggings. At least now we know, it wasn’t temporary insanity or an inability to deal with fame, it was the whiskey that made you do it. At least that’s what he told Jimmy Kimmel last night.
Did you know Brad Pitt got his start in the industry nearly 30 years ago? And that he’s been eye candy ever since? Just like his varied film roles, Brad’s appearance has evolved over the years. He started out with TV cameos in the late ’80s, with his boyish good looks and enviable hair, and really broke out in 1991′s Thelma & Louise. Then he went for a more rugged style, growing his hair long and experimenting with bleach. From then on, Brad’s career truly picked up with films like Se7en and Fight Club, leading the way to new styles throughout the ’90s
Chrissy Teigen has babies on the brain. She and husband John Legend aren’t expecting a child just yet, but the model has big plans when it comes to the couple’s future kids. Watch the video above for more.
Cameron Diaz was spotted with a dazzling ring on her finger, hinting that she may be engaged. She has been dating rock star Benji Madden for months — are they planning a wedding? The Gossip Table has more details.
With Casey Wilson returning to TV in Marry Me, one of the best new sitcoms of the season, it’s easy to forget she breezed through Saturday Night Live for two short seasons before being let go by Lorne Michaels. Since then, Wilson has packed her credits with a number of hilarious TV shows (Happy Endings for one), writing credits (Bride Wars, Ass Backwards), and notable film appearances (Gone Girl).
And for the uninitiated, this is your guide through the hilarious career of one of TV’s standout actresses.
Kanye West doesn’t approve of Scott Disick‘s behavior, Robert Downey, Jr. takes over the Marvel universe, Amy Poehler breaks her silence on her divorce, and more of today’s First Dibs.
We know Channing Tatum is bringing lots of stripper moves to Magic Mike XXL (amen), but he seems more concerned about his 16-month-old daughter Everly eventually watching another one of his movies. “Step Up, she’s going to end up watching a lot,” Tatum revealed at the New York press conference for new movie The Book of Life.” It’s going to be her punishment.” With that new dad glow, the actor talked about his beautiful baby girl and revealed what kind of moves he pulled on wife Jenna Dewan-Tatum that got little Everly born in the first place.