Ryan Gosling is headed to Madame Tussaud’s Orlando, Mad Men‘s Elisabeth Moss cast in The Heidi Chronicles on Broadway, Ben Affleck whispered something in Jennifer Lopez‘s ear at the Oscars, and more celebrity news.
Matt Damon finally hops on the Ben Affleck penis bandwagon, Joseph-Gordon Levitt signs on to play a former NSA contractor, Simpsons co-creator and terminally ill Sam Simon passes on his fortune to help others and more First Dibs.
Jennifer Lopez celebrated her new memoir True Love at New York’s 92nd Street Y on Thursday night, but the powerhouse couldn’t stress enough that when it comes to her ex-fiancé Ben Affleck, she is Beyond. Over. It. Seriously, it was so 2004. She admits calling off their engagement was her “first big heartbreak,” but there is so much more to her story. “There was one line about Ben, and it’s the one everybody wanted to know about,” she said. So let’s all move on, shall we?
Jennifer Garner spoke out against sexism in the media this week, sharing her feelings at the Elle Women in Hollywood event. She pointed out how differently her and husband, Ben Affleck are treated by the media. While speaking at the event, Jennifer said she was a little upset that an event just to celebrate women had to exist. E! Reports: “The ‘men in Hollywood’ event is every day – it’s called Hollywood. Fifty-one per cent of the population should not have to schedule a special event to celebrate the fact that in an art that tells the story of what it means to be human and alive, we get to play a part.”
What is the single hottest thing about a Hollywood star? Many would argue that the sight of a handsome man holding a puppy will always make you melt. But even hotter? Your Hollywood crush holding, playing with, and/or taking care of his children. Read more…
It’s been one remarkable year for actress Carrie Coon, who first wowed audiences on stage with her Tony-nominated performance as Honey in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? She followed that performance with the role of Nora Durst, a woman who lost her husband and two kids during the rapture in the hit HBO series The Leftovers. Now she can be seen in her first film as Margo Dunne, twin sister to Ben Affleck‘s character Nick, in the big screen adaptation of Gone Girl (Oct. 3).
Twilight will be revived on Facebook (yay!), Tracy Morgan‘s doctors weigh in on his recovery, Viagra introduces its first ad for women, and more of today’s First Dibs.