– Larry Wachowski Makes Her First Appearance as Lana Wachowski [The Blemish]
– Kelly Taylor Is Apparently A Bitch, According To Valerie Malone [Socialite Life]
– Open Post: Co-Hosted By Michael Douglas & Matt Damon [Dlisted]
– Blake Shelton Makes Jokes About Killing Turtles [Evil Beet]
– Kate Hudson and Lea Michele Get Friendly On the Set of “Glee” [Complex]
– SNOOP DOGG BORN AGAIN AS SNOOP LION [I’m Not Obsessed]
– Warrant issued for Cuba Gooding Jr.’s arrest [Celebslam]
– CANDICE SWANEPOEL IS NAKED IN MUSE OF THE DAY [Drunken Stepfather, NSFW]
– Here’s Bradley Cooper As The Elephant Man [The Superficial]
– The Sixth Annual Pajiba Ten: A Celebration of the Coolest, Sexiest Celebrities on the Planet [Pajiba]
– Victoria Justice Takes A Banger In The Mouth [Celeb Jihad]
– The Olympics Don’t Officially Begin Until a Female Weightlifter Pees Herself [BroBible]
– Cheryl Tweedy Cole On The Video Set For “Under The Sun” [Caught On Set]
These latest photos were snapped yesterday in Rio De Janeiro as Katy Perry was in the Brazilian city to promote her new docu-concert film, “Katy Perry: Part of Me“. The film hit US theaters on July 5 to tepid sales at the box-office. The fact
I still can’t believe that this movie has earned $29 million since it’s release. Who the hell would’ve known, right? The worst part about all this is that it simply opens the doors for more singers to make painful documentaries about their time on tour & then pimp it to their naive fans in theaters across the globe. I guess this is the dirty & sad part of the music industry that will always survive as long as there are suits in the background looking to cash in at every opportunity.
Here are some interesting facts about the release:
It is currently the eighth highest-grossing documentary of all time in the United States and the fourth highest-grossing music concert film of all time, behind Michael Jackson’s This Is It, Justin Bieber: Never Say Never and Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert, number one, number two and number three respectively. [Source]
Rachel Weisz stars as Marta Shearling in The Bourne Legacy starring Jeremy Renner as Aaron Cross/Kenneth Gibson. This the fourth installment of the Bourne franchise, loosely based on the novel by the same name and doesn’t feature Matt Damon/Jason Bourne. Look for it in theaters on August 10th. For more info, visit The Bourne Legacy official website.
The only reason these photos of Kym Marsh are being posted is because she’s in a bikini and our standards aren’t very high when it comes to doing a Bikini Pics post. Kym is Michelle Connor on Coronation Street and her only previous appearance on the site was back in 2007. Kym was photographed over the weekend enjoying a day on the beach with friends and family in Marbella to celebrate her hen weekend.
Photo Credit: WENN
Pictured: Michelle Ryan, Kate Middleton, Fearne Cotton, Holly Valance
Aside from the Olympics, the UK’s Creative Industries Reception supported by the Foundation Forum took place at the Royal Academy of Arts London. We have no idea what the event was about or who it honored but there were a lot of photos because Kate Middleton showed up yet we decided to only post one along with a few other attendees.
After seeing the trailer every time I hit the theater, I gotta admit, I’m kinda looking forward to this latest film in the long-running “Bourne” series.
Both actors are making the media rounds ahead of the release of their latest film, “The Bourne Legacy,” which hits theaters on August 10. These photos were snapped yesterday morning in NYC as they hit ABC’s “Good Morning America.”
On the set of ABC’s hit series “Revenge,” Russian-flavored Margarita Levieva was seen on board a sailboat wearing a prosthetic baby bump. Anybody follow this show, by chance?
Here’s more about Margarita’s character:
Margarita Levieva as Amanda Clarke/Emily Thorne. Born Emily Thorne, she was befriended by Amanda Clarke in juvenile detention and agreed to switch identities with her. She also uses the name Kara Wilkins (Emily/Amanda’s mother’s name) but reverts to the Amanda persona when seducing Jack Porter. After Emily and Daniel’s engagement party, she was driven away from the beach by Satoshi Takeda to an unknown fate. In the Season 1 finale, Amanda has returned to the Hamptons and is pregnant with Jack’s baby. Margarita Levieva is staying on Revenge for at least seven episodes. [Source]
More about Margarita:
Margarita Levieva (born February 9, 1980) is an American actress. Born in the Soviet Union, she was a competitive gymnast before going on to star in the films The Invisible, Adventureland and Spread. She also stars in television series Revenge.
In 2011, Levieva joined the ABC drama series Revenge in the recurring role of the original Emily Thorne, who agreed to switch identities with Amanda Clarke (Emily VanCamp). In 2012, it was announced she would join the second season of HBO’s Luck in the recurring role of Sarah Israel, however the series was canceled after its first season. [Source]
These were snapped over the weekend (Sunday, July 29) as Natalie Portman & family were seen running through LAX trying their best to avoid the papz. Natalie carried her pooch Whiz & her husband Benjamin Millepied carried the couple’s baby son Aleph. They flew in from NYC, presumably to spend some R&R at Natalie’s pad in Los Angeles. That dude definitely hit a home run when he hooked up with Nats! That bastard.
At last, it’s here! The next James Bond movie, Skyfall, is finally hitting theaters in this the 50th year of the franchise’s history. Yup, 007 is now officially half a century old (commence with the Viagra jokes, please). The movie, which stars Daniel Craig as James Bond alongside Judi Dench, Javier Bardem, and Ben Whishaw, releases wide on October 22. Check it out, it looks awesome!
If only Andy Samberg had had the foresight to make this his first big screen release after his exit from SNL. Alas, we were pilloried with the mass exercise in gross-out non-hilariousness that called itself That’s My Boy.
Not that Celeste and Jesse Forever is the greatest movie of all time – or even of the season. But it’s suitably well-told, acted, and feels like it could be the story of any number of real-life couples. Celeste (Rashida Jones) and Jesse (Andy Samberg) were high school sweethearts who got married young with big dreams in their eyes of what life would be like: both professionals in a nice house with lots of kids and a dog (or maybe a kitten). Ah, the American dream.
Cut to 12 years later and things haven’t worked out for them. Celeste is moving up the corporate ladder and finding success while Jesse is unemployed and unsure of what his next step should be. They’ve grown apart and life doesn’t look it’s going to bring them back together. So Celeste decides to be the “man” in the relationship and call it quits. Why draw out the process of something that’s inevitable? Divorce will be the cleanest way out. Or so she thinks.
The movie plays like a lot of romantic comedies where couples just can’t seem to get things right. Only those usually end with a wedding and a happily-ever-after scenario. This movie dares to go into that weird and ugly (and usually confusing) space when two people that were always together decide to start dating other people. It’s uncomfortable in unexpected ways and can wreak havoc on the emotional/psychological system that few would expect. Mostly, it seeks to answer that age old question: