Can you identify today's trio?
Can you identify today's trio?
Can you identify today's trio?
Ashton Kutcher was in the UK a couple of weeks ago promoting his new movie No Strings Attached, which is released here tomorrow. I attended a press conference where Ashton and director Ivan Reitman talked engagingly about filming the romantic comedy. The actor also spilled about pressing pause on his love of technology for romance, and how he created chemistry with his leading lady Natalie Portman. Here's what he said:
To read Ashton's thoughts on working with Natalie Portman and his comments on how social media affects romance in the 21st Century, just read more
The red band trailer for Bad Teacher dives right into the NSFW jokes, showcasing Cameron Diaz as a teacher who's not afraid to drop F-bombs on her student's term papers or smoke pot in the school parking lot. It's unclear why she's even in the profession to begin with, though her career gets new meaning when she sets her sights on a fellow teacher (Justin Timberlake, doing his very best impression of Glee's Mr. Schuester), who appears to be rich.
Though the preview made me chuckle a few times, the plot line appears to be pretty flimsy, and Diaz's shtick gets tired after a minute and a half. I'm all for letting the ladies tackle the raunchy comedy and leaving the guys (Jason Segel rounds out the cast as a gym teacher with a crush on Diaz) to play the watered-down roles, but I'm hoping this comedy has a little more substance than what we're seeing here. See for yourself (I warn you again, it's NSFW) when you read more
Scarlett Johansson was all smiles last night at the The Art of Elysium Pieces of Heaven Art Auction, hosted by Vanity Fair in LA. She made a note of her bids among other celeb guests including Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Elijah Wood and Amber Heard. Odette Yustman attended with her husband Dave Annable, while Ginnifer Goodwin looked great in her LBD. David Arquette was also at the event hours before his post-rehab Oprah appearance aired, in which he revealed he had his first drink at the age of four, stole pot from his dad at the age of eight, and spoke about his intervention led by Courteney Cox and his sister Patricia. Anna Kendrick, Glee's Jayma Mays, and Justin Bartha were among the other charitable guests at the event.
Prince William and Kate Middleton peformed their first official engagement as a couple in Anglesey this afternoon. They've chosen their home town as the site of this first joint outing, and are at Trearddur Bay to name a new RNLI lifeboat. Wills and Kate's first official duty following their wedding announcement was a Teenage Cancer Trust event in Norfolk in December, but this the first official engagement where Kate was invited as guest of honour. Kate wore a cream coat with brown collar and a fascinator with feathers: FabUK has a closer look at her outfit. The couple sang God Save The Queen, the Welsh national anthem, and a hymn in Welsh. Wills also spoke in Welsh to the appreciative crowd, and Kate poured a bottle of champagne on the lifeboat at the ceremony. They also paid tribute to rescuers in Christchurch helping earthquake victims. Kate and Wills' wedding day is creeping closer, with invitations sent and the best man and bridesmaids chosen.
It was a busy week for celebrities on Twitter! Jessica Simpson shared a moment with her dad for his birthday, and Britney Spears posed in the studio with Will.I.Am. Haylie Duff had a little help from her furry friend, while Kate Bosworth hung out with friends, and pregnant Jessica Alba met up with pal Baron Davis — click through to see all the shots! Don't forget to follow us on Twitter for exciting news and exclusive photos.
Harvey Weinstein and Dior held an Oscar dinner at Chateau Marmont last night. Nice host of the awards Anne Hathaway posed with Lily Collins and The King's Speech director Tom Hooper, while Ginnifer Goodwin cuddled up to Emmy Rossum. There were lots of smiles as Busy Philipps hung out with Rosario Dawson, and Gerard Butler joked with Adrien Brody. Halle Berry had Olivier Martinez for company, after flying solo at the Costume Designers Guild Awards the night before. Michelle Trachtenberg, Chelsea Handler, and Sharon Stone were amongst the other guests at the fun do.
Nicole Richie went vintage for a colourful new spread in the March edition of Harper's Bazaar Russia. She shared a behind-the-scenes photo of her and her hairstylist, Ken Paves, as they styled and shot the pop-art-inspired images last month. It's Nicole's second big cover since the beginning of the year, as she also graced Lucky's February issue. Nicole's busy modeling and promoting her Winter Kate and House of Harlow 1960 collections, but the mother of two has nonetheless been hanging out close to home with Harlow and Sparrow and focusing on gym time. Still, she stepped out looking ready for another closeup yesterday as she left a friend's house.
George Clooney is featured in the current edition of Newsweek magazine to chat about his work in Sudan. The actor's philanthropic work has taken him to Africa on multiple occasions, even landing him a face-to-face meeting with President Obama. George has become increasingly vocal about his humanitarian efforts when he's not on the red carpet or enjoying the luxurious perks of his movie star status. He opened up about his take on celebrity, got honest about his past drug use and womanizing ways, and admitted to feeling "unclean" after Oscar campaigning. Here's more:
The NME Awards took place last night in London, with a show opening performance from My Chemical Romance, who picked up two awards. Kate Moss added her stylish stamp to proceedings as she attended with Jamie Hince, who saw his The Kills bandmate Alison Mosshart pick up the hottest woman award. Matt Bellamy was there to pick up the best British band award for Muse, and took home the hottest man gong too. The Foo Fighters closed the show, performing with Roger Daltrey, and Dave Grohl was awarded the Godlike Genius trophy. Check out the full list of winners here and click through to see all the photos including Juliette Lewis, Noel Fielding, Warpaint, Hurts and many more.