Alright gang, it’s time to hop into your time machines and blast to the past. Our love for huge stars like James Franco, Mila Kunis and Leonardo DiCaprio have grown and grown over the years – and it’s no secret why. They have got a healthy dose of talent, and then some. But these guys weren’t always seasoned vets in the game of movie fame. They were young, nervous, hungry go-getters like the rest of us, just trying to leave a print in the world. And fortunately for them, they ended up leaving pretty big prints and continue to do so. Read more…
Raise your hand if you can’t wait to see Joaquin Phoenix fall in love with a mysterious “operating system,” voiced by the silky notes of Scarlett Johansson! We all bring technology to bed with us each night, so referring to your iPhone/tablet/laptop as a significant other is only the next logical step towards living like the Jetsons. Her, Spike Jonze‘s story of an unlikely relationship between a man and his machine, hits theaters today, promising gorgeous, sun-soaked shots and lots of Joaquin smiles.
Are James Franco and Chris O’Dowd about to share the limelight? Is Kaley Cuoco getting married this year? Why does Julia Roberts say Jennifer Lawrence can’t be America’s Sweetheart?
Is it Monday already? While you were out seeing The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Instagram helped solve the mystery of Miley Cyrus and the Disappearing Eyebrows, as well as provided a safe haven for James Franco and Seth Rogen to declare their undying love for one another.
Does Dianna Agron hate her Glee castmates? Is there going to be another Best Man movie? Why was Josh Hutcherson saying the word “penis” on The Hunger Games: Catching Fire red carpet?
As fans of The Hunger Games know, it takes much more than muscle to be the last man/woman/child standing in the arena. It’s about cunning, adaptability and strategy, as well as good-old-fashioned survival skills. While these are not things you’d normally associate with pampered Hollywood stars, as we’re gearing up for the release of Catching Fire this weekend, we could think of a few favorite celebrities who’d do quite well in a Third Quarter Quell-style battle.
The first trailer for Captain America: The Winter Soldier hit the internet last week and we couldn’t be more excited about it. We get to see Chris Evans return as Captain America, Scarlett Johansson as the Black Widow, Anthony Mackie as the Falcon, and most importantly, Sebastian Stan as the Winter Soldier. We don’t know about you, but we got chills at the end of the trailer when the Winter Soldier catches Cap’s shield with his suped up prosthetic arm…and it got us thinking about how many of our favorite heroes and villains have lost a hand (or an arm), but haven’t lost our hearts.
The Gossip Table gets in on Throwback Thursday, Glee‘s creator has major news, and Michael Bay is almost the victim of a random attack. Read more…
Creative people can be extremely critical, especially when judging their own work. That helps explain why sometimes actors just can’t resist taking a shot at their new film, even when they’re out on a press tour promoting it! Oof…but is it really that bad? Most of the time, the answer is yes. And not even a seven figure paycheck can gloss over that hard truth.
Over less than two seasons, The Mindy Project has featured a plethora of disastrous dating adventures for Dr. Lahiri and a as who’s who of Hollywood guest stars. Do we hate Mindy Kaling for getting to go on fictional dates with more than one of our Top 5 Celebrity Crushes? Maybe. Would we do the same thing if we had our own scripted series? Of course.