Why is Brad Pitt’s new Vanity Fair cover so unusual? Which popular European queen just abdicated her throne to her son? And for Carey Mulligan, what’s the most intimidating part about working on The Great Gatsby?
- Catherine Zeta-Jones has entered a treatment center again for bipolar disorder. The star had been in a mental health facility for the same disease in 2011 and has been open in the past about wanting to raise awareness for the disorder. [TMZ.com]
- Brad Pitt covers the next issue of Vanity Fair, but it’s not going to be a usual celebrity fluff piece. The interview sheds more light on how his new film World War Z was a behind-the-scenes disaster and what moves Pitt made to salvage it for potential box office glory. [Vanity Fair]
- Popular Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands abdicated her throne today. Her son, Willem-Alexander, will take her place on the throne, making him the youngest monarch in Europe. Willlem-Alexander has an Argentine-born wife, the new Queen Maxima, and three daughters. [People.com]
- For Carey Mulligan, the most nerve-wracking part of being in The Great Gatsby isn’t taking on a literary masterpiece or doing sex scenes with Leonardo DiCaprio, but the prospect of meeting Jay-Z. In an interview with MTV News, Carey divulges how nervous she is to meet Jay-Z at the premiere:
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