Clever kids! Adorable couple Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield were having lunch in New York City this weekend, when they discovered paparazzi were lying in wait outside. So they took advantage of the publicity and quickly made these signs which read:
“We just found out that there are paparazzi outside the restaurant we were eating in so… why not take this opportunity to bring attention to organizations that need and deserve it? www.wwo.org and www.gildasclubnyc.org. Have A Great Day!”
WWO stands for the Worldwide Orphans Foundation and Gilda’s Club in a cancer charity. Props to them for their creativity — much better than a middle finger. (On a completely different note, is that L. Ron Hubbard on Andrew’s T-shirt or is Xenu playing tricks on me?)
Alright, it might be time for an intervention. While it’s totally normal, post-breakup, to wear an item of your ex’s clothing to keep them “close” to you, this really should not go on longer than a few weeks. It also shouldn’t really occur in public because it just seems like a sort of desperate attempt prove you’re dying to get back together. Seriously, Kristen, take off Robert’s Orioles hat (dude isn’t even from Baltimore, why is he such a fan?) and put it in a drawer — along with his Irie T-shirt – for safekeeping. Hopefully you’ll get back together after he gets over this cheating business and you can wear them again. Although, please, perhaps give them a thorough washing?
People has confirmed that Blake Lively, 25, and Ryan Reynolds, 35, were married tonight at Boone Hall Plantation in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. The pair have been dating quietly for almost a year, after meeting on the set of “The Green Lantern.” Mazel tov! Here’s to hoping Reynolds’ second marriage to someone 10 years younger lasts a lifetime! [People]
inding a balance between life at the office and life at home is one of the great challenges of adulthood; often, blurring the lines by devoting more time to one more than the other can cause life-changing shifts, and more often than not those shifts affect our personal relationships rather than our work ethic.
This September, the delicacy of that work-life balance comes to the big screen in ”The Words.” The film stars Bradley Cooper as a young writer who, among other poor decisions, places his ambition and success above his relationship with his wife (Zoe Saldana). Check out the trailer above.
It’s a theme we see often in Hollywood relationships; high-profile couples divorce because their work lives had them too far apart for too long, or their drives to be successful outweigh their drives to make love last. However, there are some celebrity pairs that really exemplify what it means to strike the perfect balance between work and romance, and for that we’re completely jealous. Read more…
So get this, everyone. Brad Pitt was in London recently to promote his new film “Killing Them Softly” and he was nice enough to play with reporters who kept asking him about his upcoming nuptials to Angelina Jolie. And he answered! Us Weekly says that Brad, when asked about his wedding plans, said, “No plans yet, other than we’re going to do it.” He also gave some potentially hilarious “details” of the wedding, suggesting that since George Clooney ”doesn’t believe in institutions” (or at least the institution of marriage!), he couldn’t really be best man, but he could “seat people” at the wedding. Wouldn’t that be awesome? Especially if Jen came. And George sat her. And they fell in love … okay, I’m getting waaaay ahead of myself. Read more…