Grab your coffee and hairbrush and start practicing your best acceptance speech. Emmy nominations have been revealed and there is much more you need to know on this lovely Thursday morning.
Jennifer Aniston is as raunchy as ever in the Horrible Bosses 2 trailer, Lucy Hale explains her “uncomfortable” Fifty Shades of Grey audition and Nicki Minaj takes to Twitter to silence the haters.
On Sunday, Justin Theroux returns to the small screen with his starring role in HBO’s The Leftovers as Kevin Garvey, the police chief in the suburban community coping with life after the rapture. Theroux, who has starred in a number of movies and appeared on popular shows, such as Six Feet Under, has recently become most famous for being Jennifer Aniston’s boyfriend. That’s why his return to TV is so exciting.
The role is his first on screen appearance since 2012′s Wanderlust, which co-starred you’ll never guess who. While the film was a mild success, it didn’t showcase the many talents of Theroux, which are often overshadowed by his relationship with Aniston. Are they getting married? Is she pregnant? Is Theroux better than John Mayer? Does he have cold feet? Does she? Frankly, we don’t care because we are excited about the man that appears on screen but also does a lot behind the scenes, including writing and directing the sequel to the cult-classic, Zoolander. How is that for unexpected?
So click through the gallery above to enjoy looking at, while learning a little bit about Theroux. Trust us, there’s more to him than being Mr. Aniston.
Sometimes we get more invested in celebrity marriages than the celebs do. When they tie the knot, we’re thrilled. When they break up, we’re destroyed. Who doesn’t love to get caught up in the romantic drama of gorgeous, complete strangers? Speaking of, we’ve been watching ten celeb couples quite closely, and we’re convinced that they’ll get married this year.
When a long relationship ends, you usually have two options about how to move forward. You can either wallow in self-pity, or you can immediately get back out there! Nothing soothes heartache like having a new love to cozy up to!
Justin Theroux has a new love in his life and it’s not Jennifer Aniston. It’s his body. The actor has been keeping in shape ahead of the premiere of his new series, The Leftovers on HBO, but maybe it’s a bit too focused. (Not that we’re complaining.)
It’s been a decade since the series finale of Friends, and we’ve still failed to find a show that’s as hilarious or as enthusiastic about celebrating Thanksgiving. (How I Met Your Mother came close, and ABC never gave Happy Endings a real chance to succeed.) In the 10 years since the finale, many a TV writer has embarked on a quest to recreate that Friends magic. Turns out, it’s harder than it looks.
Which former foe is morning the death of the The Ultimate Warrior? What was Prince George‘s first royal duty? Where can you get a sneak peek at X-Men: Days Of Future Past?
Stars can’t go for a Starbucks run, or a quick drive-by at Whole Foods, or a walk of shame back from their backup dancer boytoy’s apartment without paparazzi waiting to catch them. And more often than not, the A-listers are caught looking, well, not their red carpet best. For the past year or so, though, the stars have started beating the photogs at their own game — taking shots of themselves, makeup-free, for all the world to see (and yet, controlling the images with self-editing tools and tons o’filters).