rnrnWelcome to The Daily Hot – our round-up of the sexiest pics and stories on the interwebs. Today’s steaming pile of hotness:rnrn1. Super-lean Leann Rimes rang in the New Year in Mexico.rn2. Jessica Alba looks bangin’ in a bandeau bikini top.rn3. Salma Hayek personifies “MILF” in St. Bart’s.rnrnEnjoy!
Between Dustin Hoffman cuddling his wife and precious child co-stars running around the red carpet, Jessica Alba had some serious competition for Cutest Thing At The Little Fockers NY Premiere. But thanks to her fringe-festooned Valentino dress, she still had no problem catching everyone’s eye.Ã‚Â The glittery gold heels were probably the only reason she didn’t bust out a Charleston. See more photos of Alba and her Fockers co-stars in the gallery below.
We’re not going to lie; we may have let our inner hater show a little bit last month when Jessica Alba told Elle that “good actors never use the script, they just make stuff up as they go along.” Ugh, that just sounds so dumb! However, Alba has come forward to clarify that her so-called-quote was, well, made-up by the interviewer as she went along. “That wasn’t true. Just so it’s clear, films don’t even get made and nothing ever gets a green light unless there’s great material. That’s always a #1 thing before you can get a director, actors or a studio even interested in anything.” Thanks for the quick lesson in Film Making 101, Jessica! We’re pretty sure everyone on the planet was aware of that movies need screenplays except for, you know, you.
Alba places the blame squarely on Elle for making her sound like a complete diva. “There was an article written recently where I was completely and totally paraphrased and things were taken out of context and mushed together. It was a four-hour interview that got condensed into a page and a half for a fashion magazine.” Alright, Alba, we guess we’ll put our claws away for now. But if you think we are going to be this nice after we see Spy Kids 4: All The Time In The World, oh man, you should think again. [Photp: Getty Images]
We’ll level with you: we have never watched Yo Gabba Gabba. Not once. But after seeing all of the hip Hollywood parents who turned out to see the cast live in LA this weekend, we’re starting to think we’re missing out. Everyone wanted to be there! It looked like a Lady Gaga show for the kindergarten set. Gwen Stefani, Nicole Richie, Dave Grohl, Jessica Alba, Tori Spelling and many many other famous families got their groove on with DJ Lance Rock at LA’s Nokia Center. Hell, even the kids look cooler than we are (check out Sparrow Madden‘s curly mohawk—very early Ian MacKaye). See which tinsel town tots (and their parents) were there rocking out in the gallery below!
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Maybe it’s just us, but we love new cranky Jessica Alba. First she complains about her gorgeous body, then she scoffs that “good actors never use the script,” despite having appeared in The Love Guru, which many consider to be a modern-day Casablanca, if Casablanca had been terrible. Now we find out that the world almost lost our angry gem as it’s revealed in her upcoming Elle interview that making Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer almost made Jessica Alba quit acting. Which is fitting, since that’s the film that almost made us give up on going to the movies. Or having eyeballs.
Apparently Jessica’sÃ‚Â fury was unleashed when Silver Surfer director Tim Story tried to keep her from, you know, actually acting. “[The director told me] ‘It looks too real. It looks too painful. Can you be prettier when you cry? Cry pretty, Jessica.’ He was like, ‘Don’t do that thing with your face. Just make it flat. We can CGI the tears in.” That is…deeply messed up. Here we were, thinking movie makers had to draw emotions on Jessica Alba’s face because she was a bad actress. Now she might be terrible, and we have no way of knowing it!
After that incident Alba started to doubt her whole life trajectory. “I’m like, ‘But there’s no connection to a human being.’ And then it all got me thinking: Am I not good enough? Are my instincts and my emotions not good enough? Do people hate them so much that they don’t want me to be a person? Am I not allowed to be a person in my work? And so I just said, ‘F**k it. I don’t care about this business anymore.” Thank god Jessica decided to forge ahead, despite everything. What would we have done without such gems as Good Luck Chuck, Valentine’s Day and Little Fockers? We just hope there’s no backlash against Alba for speaking out like this, or else she’ll have tears streaming down her face for sure. And it won’t take no $32 million budget and a supercomputer to put them there.
Before stepping out at the American Music Awards, Jessica Alba had a play-date with daughter Honor Warren at a playground in Beverly Hills yesterday afternoon. Momma showed baby the intricacies of swinging solo, while dressed in fabulous designer couture. It looks like she got the hang of it pretty fast. Maybe lesson two will include jumping off mid-flight! For more adorability, check the pics below!
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Well here’s a quote that’s sure to make screenwriters, no, make that all writers, a little mad. In a recent interview with ELLE Magazine, Jessica Alba said “Good actors, never use the script unless itÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s amazing writing. All the good actors IÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ve worked with, they all say whatever they want to say.” That’s so cool, we didn’t realize just how many improvised movies and TV shows there were. Wait, WHAT? This has to be wrong, right?
It seems like Alba is saying that great actors who think they’re better than the scripts they’re given just make things up as they go along? And pay no attention to the countless hours that the writers spend editing and rewriting? And also maybe instead of giving out Best Screenplay Oscars, maybe we should give out Best Lines-Made-Up-On-The-Fly Awards? We’d love some clarification on this because, Jessica, we love you, but this is insane.
Dear God, what is wrong with this woman? Jessica Alba is not happy with her body. With her post-partum body, to be precise. For real… that’s what she told GQ UK griping, “My breasts are saggy, IÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ve got cellulite, my hips are biggerÃ¢â‚¬Â¦ every actress out there is more beautiful than me.”
Just where exactly is that cellulite, Jessica? Who is more beautiful? Give us names, a photo, a clueÃ‚Â ’cause we don’t see it. Look at this GQ cover video and tell us if you can spot any flab at all. Or large hips. You’re on the cover Jess, and it’s not because of your scintillating acting skills.
This also makes us exceedingly nervous, because if Jessica Alba is not happy with how she looks, what shot do the rest of us mere mortals have? Zero… or, you know, the size dress Jess wears.
The Killer Inside Me
Like the best film noirs, The Killer Inside Me starts with a single chance meeting and then heads out to where the buses don’t run. Casey Affleck is the sheriff in a small West Texas town, baby blue-eyed boyish underneath his omni-present ten-gallon hat. Jessica Alba is a prostitute who is a little too scorching for 1950s Main Street. Affleck is supposed to ask her to leave the city limits. Instead, the two form a hot-and-cold bond that sears back the layers on Affleck’s psychotic side. Affleck seems to be channeling every charmer whose slick patter has masked a black-hearted snake oil salesman, not least certain presidents from that part of America. His poison affects every relationship he has, including that with sexy gal-pal Kate Hudson. The violence is shocking to watch, but the rest of this handsome-looking film gleams like a diamond in the hot Texas sun. A disturbing and provocative watch.
Extras: Trailer and making of featurettes.
- By C. Bottomley
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