“Rachel Getting Married”
Anne Hathaway takes an indie turn in this complicated portrait of one weekend, two sisters, and the family’s black sheep.
Keira Knightley plays the Duchess of Devonshire in a period drama about the Paris Hilton of the18th century.
“Battle in Seattle”
Charlize Theron riots in a retelling of the 1999 World Trade Organization protests, directed by her boyfriend Stuart Townsend. Keep reading »
Prince William’s longtime girlfriend Kate Middleton surprised us this week in a pair of yellow short-shorts and sequined halter top she wore to an ’80s-themed charity event she co-hosted. Typically, the 26-year-old wears dresses or suits of which the Queen would approve. What else don’t we know about her?
Madame Tussauds has already started making a wax replica of her — so it will be ready when she and Prince William get married. The rumor-mill says they’ll be engaged around Christmas and married next year. Talk about pressure. No wonder Wills is losing his hair.
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Stripper turned Academy Award-winning “Juno” screenwriter Diablo Cody has returned to ranting on her MySpace page, and this one’s a doozy. After she climbed out of Midwestern obscurity to win an Oscar, work with Spielberg, and garner the attention of the international media, the former blogger found herself a target for those who didn’t appreciate her writing abilities, her pole dancing skills, or her ascent to the top of the Hollywood pile. Keep reading »
I admit it. I am so totally gay for Eva Mendes. Her skin is toffee, her mane is caramel, and her beauty mark is just plain hot. After the jump, ten sizzlin’ looks from the recently rehabbed starlet who has sophisticated sexy down to a science. Keep reading »
“There was some new guy I was dating, and it was the first time we were going to go there, and he was weird about it. So I ask [adult film star] Jenna [Jameson] for advice and she’s like, ‘Honey, it’s just a little war paint, who cares?’” — Danity Kane’s Aubrey O’Day in Complex [Dlisted] Keep reading »
This week, Ellen DeGeneres was announced as the new face of CoverGirl. While I’m a big fan of the very out and very outspoken talk show host, I feel a little uneasy about where CoverGirl is really coming from with their latest cover girl choice. Without a doubt, DeGeneres is likable, quirky, relatable — heck, she’s even “easy breezy.” But hawking a major cosmetics brand? I don’t know. To me, it feels gimmicky and phony, like a marketing ploy, in the same way the Dove campaign for “real beauty” did. As it turned out, Dove airbrushed those real women into oblivion. I didn’t buy that Dove ever thought real women with real cellulite and real curves were really beautiful. Nor do I buy that CoverGirl really thinks Ellen is representative of their very airbrushed All-American girl image. I mean, it’d be one thing if she were a lipstick lesbian, but does Ellen even like makeup? Maybe she does. Maybe she doesn’t. But I’m willing to bet she’s not hung up on it. Color me cynical, but using unconventional beauty to sell products designed to bring women closer to the ideal standard of conventional beauty just seems disingenuous to me. So what do you think? Keep reading »
Last Sunday, Miley Cyrus went to church with her family and a hot new dude. Now, everyone’s talking about model/aspiring singer Justin Gaston, and whether he is or isn’t Miley’s new boyfriend. One thing’s for sure, though. He’s afraid of spiders. Who can have a relationship with a man who can’t even kill bugs around the house?
Justin appears in the music video for Taylor Swift’s “Love Story.” In it, he wears a period costume, which means he can play a range of characters: old-fashioned heartthrob and modern-day heartthrob.
He’s modeled for Diesel, Gianfranco Ferre, and Abercrombie & Fitch. Baby’s got a six-pack.
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Hayden Panettiere, star of “Heroes,” wants you to vote — although her schedule might not allow her to do so. Hey, she’s a celebrity! She gets to follow a different set of rules than you do. [Funny or Die] Keep reading »