We’ve hit the middle of summer, which means that this year’s Hollywood dating game is already heating up. Starting in late spring, celebrities have been coupling up and forming this year’s hottest new relationships. But are these new unions products of kismet, or are they just about kissing and telling?
Need to get caught up on the day’s celebrity news? Zac Efron fuels relationship rumors, Cameron Diaz gets testy during a phone interview, and Rachel McAdams tells fans how she really felt about Lindsay Lohan while on the set of Mean Girls.
Before you head to happy hour this weekend, here’s the latest pop culture scoop you should be in on.
Every generation thinks that their movie stars are the hottest, the sexiest, the most lust-worthy (ask your mom about Dustin Hoffman in 1968 and prepare to be shocked). But there’s nothing new in Hollywood — certainly not when it comes to its pin-ups. What was once considered attractive always come back full circle.
Happy 7th of July! While you were busy barbecuing and beaching this weekend, Miley Cyrus was getting inked.
Game of Thrones has a new wine line, Zooey Deschanel is calling out other celebs and you’ll never believe the ridiculous reason Kim Kardashian left the Hamptons.
Truths are revealed about Kendall and Kylie Jenner‘s new book, Shia LaBeouf is spotted outside of a rehab center and lucky for us, Zac Efron table dancing to “Wiggle” was caught on camera.
Laura Prepon reveals a family tradition, Kerry Washington makes her first post-pregnancy appearance, and does Lea Michele have a new man?
Tap those kegs, dry off the pong balls, and get the stereos ready… We’re going back to college, kids! From getting fratty with Zac Efron and Dave Franco in Neighbors, to dancing all night at Gatsby’s larger than life extravaganzas, or making a pact with high school buddies to finally lose that v-card like in American Pie, the beauty of these films is that they allow us to live through these party animals, and better yet, reminisce about our favorite times being them.
Seth Rogen has one of the most recognizable laughs in Hollywood. It’s a full-bodied, guttural sound that’s become an important supporting player in all of his projects. And new film Neighbors is no different.