They say if you can make it in New York City, you can make it anywhere. Which may explain why so many stars are taking to the Great White Way with roles in Broadway shows this year. Another possible explanation for a move to New York: CitiBikes, cronuts and the proximity to Beyoncé and Jay Z.
TGIF! Thank Gwyneth It’s Friday, because that means it’s almost time to find out who is having the Best Week Ever!
Would Anne Hathaway ever put on that Catwoman suit again? One Hollywood actress could be tapped to play a porn star, and Miranda Kerr gets naked.
We know that comedian Louis C.K. suffered some setbacks as he steered through the gauntlet of show business on his way to stardom. Even though he eventually rose to the top, he doesn’t think that many young hopefuls will have the same success, especially if they think chance encounters will yield their big breaks. However, one actor has managed to defy the Louie star’s logic — the unbelievably gorgeous Bradley Cooper.
Is Jennifer Lawrence suffering the fate of Anne Hathaway now that the awards season is over? Quite possibly. The actress is taking steps to not turn into the next Hathaway. She’s avoiding red carpets and simplifying her look and demeanor.
Some celebrity couples are just…silly. We’re not naming any names, but we feel like if we had control over who was dating, the love lives of the stars would be so much hotter! For example — why haven’t Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, friends with crazy chemistry, ever gotten together (forget the fact that he only dates women a generation younger than him)? Or what about Kate and Leo (ditto)? And in our humble matchmaking opinion, Europe’s naughtiest prince and a certain Bahamian pop star/wild child would make Westminster Abbey implode. Worth imagining for Queen Elizabeth’s reaction, alone (“What’s a Rihanna? Guards, remove this tart in tats and a crop top!”).
Ah, the perm. A remnant of ’70s and ’80s “fashion” that we can be glad to have left behind. But have we really let go of the perm? With Bradley Cooper sporting an impressive man-perm in American Hustle recently, a nostalgia has been sparked for the admittedly stupid, but strangely endearing, hairstyle.
After The Fighter and Silver Linings Playlist, I never doubted that David O. Russell’s American Hustle would be a great film. What surprised me, though, is how it transformed the over-the-top, slightly sleazy aesthetic of its 1978 setting into something truly seductive and sexy. Seriously, I’m scared that men are going to start following Christian Bale’s example and start sporting hairpiece-assisted combovers. When I spoke to Bale, Russell, Bradley Cooper, Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner, I grilled them about what they found sexy about the era.
In the latest issue of GQ, Bradley Cooper has revealed his battle with drugs and alcohol. In the interview he talks about how his addiction (while a cast member on the show Alias) eventually led to thoughts of suicide.
Is Charlie Sheen back to his old, manic ways? Girls viewers can catch the season premiere a little early, and Divergent will have a steep hill to climb when it’s released next year.