Tina Fey is on fire these days. And by that we mean, she’s hot. Best-dressed at the Emmys, super sexy in vintage Versace at the SAG Awards this year and not to mention that orange Oscar de la Renta last year … she just keeps getting better and better. We literally wanted to get up and applaud her EW cover recreating Audrey Hepburn‘s iconic look from Breakfast At Tiffany’s, but y’know, with that extra Tina edge. The cover and interview is an homage to 30 Rock which will sadly wrap up early next year of which Fey says, “ “I think it will be hard.” But she does give up a heads up of what to expect from the show before it ends. Matthew Broderick will return as Cooter — remember the episode? There will also be a “sexual awakening” for Liz Lemon, Fey’s character on the show, which we can’t wait to see. And lastly, and this has us most intrigued, a Skype conversation between Jack Donaghy (Alec Baldwin‘s character) and Ann Romney’s horse Rafalca. Don’t leave us, 30 Rock! She also mentions she’s open to another TV show, which gives us that necessary glimmer of hope.
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There’s a little less than a month and a half to go until Magic Mike struts into a theater near you, but preparations are in full swing. And by “preparations,” we mean “promotion,” most of which involves the shirtless, very buff crew of the film. Catch us complaining? Hells to the N.O. Not that we’re objectifying any of the stars. Oh, wait … Never mind. The latest round of stripper-tastics comes with the current cover of EW which has the lead player of the movie — Mike with all the magic, himself — Channing Tatum, smirking off the page as he unbuttons his shirt.
But this isn’t just any old cover. There’s a bonus inside flap of Channing with Matthew McConaughey, Joe Manganiello and Matt Bomer, with Manganiello forgoing his wife-beater for a pair of suspenders. In the words of Emma Stone in Crazy, Stupid, Love, “Seriously … it’s like you’re Photoshopped!” Because — as the photograph on the right from the shoot illustrates — those abs cannot be for real. EW says they “brought the group back together for a wet and wild photo shoot followed by a rowdy, booze-soaked dinner, where the costars swapped their best stories about acting, waxing, and baring (nearly) everything in their new film.” We should’ve been invited to that dinner. Hell, we should’ve been invited for the shoot!
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You don’t have to lie to us; we know how much you love being in Katniss’s sights. Go ahead and enjoy it all you like. Jennifer Lawrence has her steely heroine face on for the cover of Entertainment Weekly‘s new Hunger Games issue, which was revealed today. “Is it violent?” director Gary Ross says of his film as part of the mag’s behind-the-scenes coverage. “Yes. Do we back off from what it is? No, we don’t.” Ugh, it’s like we’re actually right there in the arena with her! And there is no way we are getting out alive!
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