Just 45 minutes into the 2015 Golden Globes red carpet and the Twitter account @AmalsWhiteGlove was born. Accomplished lawyer and style icon Amal Alamuddin makes us feel even more inadequate by dominating the fashion at tonight’s show with white gloves — that she apparently sewed herself.
President Obama and George Clooney are calling it: Sony‘s falling victim to cyberterrorism and canceling The Interview isn’t just about hackers taking down a raunchy comedy. It’s about terrorists winning against the U.S. and effectively compromising the country’s freedom of speech.
Amal Clooney topped Barbara Walters‘ list of Most Fascinating People of 2014, giving us all one more reason to feel painfully inadequate by comparison. Formerly Amal Alamuddin, the human rights lawyer beat out names like Taylor Swift, Oprah Winfrey, Elon Musk, and David Koch for the title, proving that her intrigue outshone that of everyone else for the entire year.
On Big Morning Buzz Live, Jaleel White revealed that he balled with George Clooney in the `90s. He told Nick Lachey about playing basketball with the former ER star, and the suave actor’s best moves on the court.
The ever-so-talented Exodus: Gods and Kings star Christian Bale is remaining hush hush no more. The British babe covers Wall Street Journal Magazine‘s December/January Holiday issue, and opens up about fame, the paparazzi, and the infamous rant that made headlines in 2009.
Thanks to Christopher Nolan‘s new film, Interstellar, two Oscar winners are making the leap into space. Both Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway are following their golden roles by tackling sci-fi. And they’re not the first A-List actors to dip their toes into the genre.