When we look back on 2014, it will be known as the year Chris Pratt reintroduced himself as a bona fide movie star (who can rap) and Idina Menzel proved you don’t have to know her name to know she can sing. Read more…
They’ve started revolutions, fought unearthly beasts, and have been players in some pretty messed up games. From Maze Runner to The Hunger Games and Divergent, each of these stories’ leading men and women kick total ass, and bring a little something different to the table while doing so. But who would you truly trust with your life and the future of mankind?
Hot model Miranda Kerr took bedtime to the next level by snuggling up completely naked… and snapping a photo. She looks incredibly comfy as she poses nude in a sexy Instagram shot; we’d listen to her pillow talk any day. Read more…
Shailene Woodley is the only woman featured in GQ‘s annual Man Of The Year issue. The magazine dubbed Woodley their “favorite new crush” and gave her her own cover, an honor bestowed upon Chris Pratt, Steve Carell, Michael Sam, Dave Chappelle, and her The Fault In Our Stars co-star, Ansel Elgort.
Who said a Men of the Year list could only include the fellas? Props to GQ, which released its annual Men of the Year issue, for giving the kick-ass Shailene Woodley her own cover. You go girl!
One of the buzziest films of the year is Whiplash, starring Miles Teller and J.K. Simmons, who go head-to-head in a story about a young jazz drummer and his ruthless instructor. The film takes off from its opening scene, building both the tempo and tension for much of its 106 minutes before leaving audiences stunned by the pair’s relentless nature.
In Hollywood, there’s always a battle for attention. The legends and icons are forced to fend off the pretty young things that pop up every year. But sometimes, a generation of starlets and studs are more than just pretty faces — they are the new Hollywood. They transform into talented, award-winning actors who take over both the big and small screen. They include the likes of Jonah Hill, Carey Mulligan, Emma Watson and Shailene Woodley, all of who have been featured in Vanity Fair’s Young Hollywood series.
While there have been a number of hits featured in the magazine of the years, there have also been a number of misses — Vinessa Shaw and Sarah Wynter anyone? Like them, we want to know where they are all now.
Starting with 1999 — the unofficial “Young Hollywood” issue — we look back on the hottest, youngest, brightest, freshest faces of the past 15 years.
Unless you’ve been living under a boulder, you know that Orange is the New Black is America’s current obsession. If you haven’t already binge-watched season two, you’re def in the midst of it (and feverishly dodging online spoilers). The jail dramedy’s so winning that, not only does it make prison seem like a slightly more sinister sleepaway camp, the inmate uniforms have spawned a celebrity red carpet trend — orange gowns.
The big day is finally here, folks! The adaptation of John Green‘s The Fault In Our Stars hits big screens today, and the executives over at Kleenex are probably having the biggest celebration of their lives. Seriously, it’s about to be a national cry-fest up in here, so to get ourselves prepared we asked Shailene Woodley, Ansel Elgort, and the rest of the TFIOS cast which films make them sob like babies. It’ll make us feel less alone as we wail into our popcorn tonight!
Did Kanye West get cut out of his own wedding photos? While everyone has been clamoring for pictures of Kimye’s wedding, the rapper has been cropped out of all the magazine covers. The focus here is Kim Kardashian, not the rapper who has sold millions of records.