By now, Kate Upton has to be really digging this new acting gig, right? She filmed her upcoming comedy ‘The Other Woman’ for the past month or so in and around NYC and now she her co-stars including Cameron Diaz & Leslie Mann were spotted filming on a beach in the Bahamas. They tried to film beach scenes in the Hamptons earlier this month, but either they got tired of NY’s erratic weather (it was 105 today) or the story took a more beautiful turn…
The trio were seen having the time of their lives as they took a dip and sipped a drink in the turquoise waters on Friday afternoon. We all need to sip on refreshing drinks while soaking in turquoise waters, damn it!!
‘The Other Woman’ continues to film in The Hamptons as actresses Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann & Kate Upton were all laughs while on film set. This latest scene had Kate Upton first getting close to Leslie Mann & then giving her a piggyback ride on the beach. If Leslie Mann is allowed to work her sense of humor into the film, expect her to grab Kate Upton’s boobs at least once during the film for some laughs.
Nick Cassavetes (also directed ‘The Notebook’) has the tough job of directing the three ladies in the upcoming comedy, which is set for release in spring, 2014. Here’s the plot according to IMDb: “After realizing she is not her boyfriend’s primary lover, a woman teams up with his wife and plots mutual revenge.”
Pictured: Leslie Mann & Kate Upton; Cameron Diaz; Kate Upton
The upcoming comedy, which stars Leslie Mann & Cameron Diaz and includes minor roles by Nicki Minaj & Kate Upton, is currently filming in NYC. It’s scheduled to hit theaters sometime in 2014. Here’s some plot action from IMDb: ” After realizing she is not her boyfriend’s primary lover, a woman teams up with his wife and plots mutual revenge.”
Kate Upton & Leslie Mann enjoyed a laugh as they walked around the set, while Cameron Diaz was seen coming out of her trailer holding a red binder.
Marion Cotillard, Leslie Mann, Eva Longoria, Naomi Watts, & Amy Adams
As the award season gets into full swing, last night’s star-studded event was the 18th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards held at the Barker Hangar at the Santa Monica Airport. We’ll cover most of the big-shots who walked the red carpet, so look for those photos soon.
The big winners will definitely send mix signals b/c certain Oscar snubs turned out to take the top honors. Best Picture went to Ben Affleck’s “Argo” & the actor-turned-director also scored the award for Best Director. While “Argo” received a Best Picture nod by the Oscars, Ben Affleck didn’t get any love in the director category. Seems like somebody didn’t kiss the right asses!
Let’s run through the other big dogs:
Best Actor: Daniel Day-Lewis — Lincoln as President Abraham Lincoln
Best Actress: Jessica Chastain — Zero Dark Thirty as Maya
Best Supporting Actor: Philip Seymour Hoffman — The Master as Lancaster Dodd
Best Supporting Actress: Anne Hathaway — Les Miserables as Fantine
Best Young Actor/Actress: Quvenzhané Wallis — Beasts of the Southern Wild as Hushpuppy
Best Acting Ensemble: Silver Linings Playbook
Best Director: Ben Affleck — Argo
Best Original Screenplay: Quentin Tarantino — Django Unchained
Best Adapted Screenplay: Tony Kushner — Lincoln
Leslie Mann reprises here role as Debbie in her husband’s movie This is 40. As you probably already know, the film is the spin-off from Katherine Heigl and Seth Rogan’s Knocked-Up from 2007. Look for it in theaters on December 21st. For more info, visit the This is 40 official website.
Debbie and Pete—a couple first seen in Knocked Up—continue to fight their way through their marriage. The growing financial troubles from Pete’s new record label adds to the pressure. [Wiki]
while eating a Bastardly Certified lunch by Jackson7
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Pictured: Emma Stone, Emma Watson, Uma Thurman, Jaime King, Lea Michele
ELLE’s 19th Annual Women in Hollywood Celebration was held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills last night. Yeah, as you can see, a lot of ladies attended the event and this isn’t even everyone; we figured to cap our over-coverage at 20 attendees. Pretty much the only dude in attendance was Robert Pattinson who was there to give an award to Uma Thurman. To be clear, we have no idea what type of awards were handed out or who was awarded but we can link you to Elle’s Women in Hollywood website and lead you down to the poll and Gallery; we’re sure you can’t wait to get clicking on all the photos.
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Pictured: Erika Christensen, Eva Amurri, Giada De Laurentiis, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Nina Dobrev
Photo Credit: WENN; FameFlynet Pictures; Pictured: Leslie Mann, Julianna Margulies & Ellen DeGeneres & Portia de Rossi
Julianna Margulies, Ellen DeGeneres & Portia de Rossi have every right to screw up, but it’s kinda difficult to make excuses for Leslie Mann after considering all the Judd Apatow cash she has stashed away in countless bank accounts around the globe. If you don’t have any sense of style, just cough up top dollar & let somebody do it for you!
As for the others, Portia de Rossi needs to re-channel the hotness level she had going while on “Arrested Development” b/c it’s fairly obvious that becoming Ellen DeGeneres’s scissor buddy has taken an obvious toll on her sense of style. Was her ultimate goal w/ the outfit to look as unappealing as possible or what? Let’s just hope she didn’t pay a stylist to help her get ready for the Emmys.
And finally, Julianna Margulies looks like she wrapped herself in leftover wallpaper from the 70s or 80s or maybe it’s just my personal distaste for floral printed gowns. I definitely think Julianna’s money can go much further.
while thinking about eating a Bastardly Certified lunch by Moe4
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Pictured: Anna Kendrick, Leslie Mann, Olivia Holt, Taylor Spreitler
ParaNorman is the upcoming 3D animated film that stars a cast of voices that includes Casey Affleck, Tempestt Bledsoe, John Goodman, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Anna Kendrick, Leslie Mann, and McLovin. Look for it in theaters on August 17th. For moe info, visit the ParaNorman official website.
The small New England town of Blithe Hollow comes under siege by the undead. Only a misunderstood local boy, Norman Babcock, who has the ability to speak with the dead, is able to prevent the destruction of his town by a centuries-old witch’s curse. He’ll also have to take on ghosts, witches, zombies, and (worst of all) the moronic grown-ups. But this young ghoul whisperer may find his paranormal activities pushed to their otherworldly limits. [Wiki]