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It’s that time of year when shopping for gifts is on most people’s minds. And even though penny-pinching is a priority this holiday season, we bet there are a couple of people on your list who deserve a gift with a slightly hefty price tag. Check out these 10 gifts for $100 and under for men and women and see if you get any ideas.
“It’s funny because I filmed this movie two years ago, so it seems like longer of a break to everyone else. So I did take a break, but for me it wasn’t as much. I’ve been working so long and I’m at a place now where I can wait for the projects I really feel passionate about. … I think it’s nice to take breaks, I always like when I don’t see actors all the time. … I did a short film and went to art school for a bit. It was a course where we started with charcoal, moved to acrylic—all about getting the base and form of bodies.
—Kirsten Dunst explains why we haven’t seen her dimpled face in a movie since “How To Lose Friends And Alienate People” in 2008. Her new one, “All Good Things,” opens in early December. Amelia saw it already — you know, ’cause of the whole Ryan Gosling aspect — and says it’s fantastic. [NY Post] Keep reading »
Thanksgiving is one of those great holidays that are less about commercialism and more about togetherness (and food, of course). Unfortunately, all that togetherness can be a little stressful for couples — especially if it includes a hectic travel schedule and/or time with one or both sets of families. So, after the jump, eight tips for surviving the holiday as a couple. Keep reading »
With Eva Longoria and Tony Parker filing for divorce, there have been a lot of pictures of them in the news lately. Every time I looked at Tony, I kept thinking, “Who does he look like?” And then it hit me this weekend—he and Mark Salling of “Glee” pretty much share a face. They have the same eyes and permanently cocked eyebrows, not to mention the same mouths. Then when I started to think about it more, Mark’s rumored girlfriend, Naya Rivera, actually resembles Eva. They, too, have similar eyes and similar long thin noses, plus mega-cheekbones. Well, if anyone ever wants to make “Tony and Eva: The Movie,” they can easily cast Mark and Naya. Keep reading »