Jennifer Lawrence has got to be an interviewers dream guest because she’s always comes prepared with hilarious stories and wacky facial expressions. Last night on “Late Night With Seth Meyers,” Jen talked about bringing her BFF to the Oscars, meeting Brad Pitt — “He smelled like sandalwood. It was unbelievable” — and finally confirmed the rumor that, yes, she puked at Madonna’s Oscar party. When Miley Cyrus is telling you to “get it together,” you know you’re in a bad way.
“You get together and you’re two individuals and you feel inspired by each other, you challenge each other, you complement each other, drive each other beautifully crazy. After all these years, we have history – and when you have history with somebody, you’re friends in such a very real, deep way that there’s such a comfort, and an ease, and a deep love that comes from having been through quite a lot together.”
I absolutely adore Angelina Jolie‘s description of the love between her and fiance Brad Pitt, who’s father to their six children. Angelina also tells ELLE that she’s surprised by the way her life has turned out, saying, “I never thought I’d have children, I never thought I’d be in love, I never thought I’d meet the right person. Having come from a broken home—you kind of accept that certain things feel like a fairy tale, and you just don’t look for them.” Oof, that’s something I can definitely relate to. Now … where’s my Brad Pitt? [ELLE via People]
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are so brave to allow this pack of wild common folk into the sanctity of their personal bubble. The lady in the inset photo looks like her face is permanently frozen into a “ZOMGBRADANGELINATOUCHEDMEICANDIENOW” expression. I hope it returns to normal eventually. [Photo: Splash News]
The movie “12 Years A Slave” is being heralded as one of the best films of the year, is expected to be nominated for an Oscar for Best Picture, and leads the Golden Globe nominations with seven nods. Its star is Chiwetel Ejiofor, who is winning accolades left and right for his performance as Solomon Northup, a free black man from upstate New York, who is abducted and sold into slavery. It is his image that appears on the majority of movie posters (right) promoting “12 Years A Slave” in the United States and around the world — except Italy, that is. Keep reading »