At this point does it seem like Eva Mendes cares? The tabloids are running wild with stories about her insecurity over Ryan Gosling. I suppose it’s stemming from the fact that they’ve been out and about lately promoting their new movie and Rachel McAdams just announced her break up from Michael Sheen. But does this kind of nonsense irk her? She always comes out looking the worst and the underlying sentiment is that Ryan should be with Rachel. That must suck, right? You all know where I stand on this but still… it must suck to have the majority of the public think your hot boyfriend is better off without you.
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Last night, celebs turned out for the premiere of the new Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams movie “The Vow.” For some reason Rebecca Black was there? Check out her outfit and the rest of the cast’s hits and misses in the slideshow above!
It should come as no surprise that I am stupidly excited for “The Vow,” the latest Nicholas Sparks-esque [Thanks to the commenter who caught my error! -- Editor] romance starring Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum. Based on the trailer, “The Vow” looks like almost everything I loved about “The Notebook” (Rachel McAdams! Memory loss!), minus he who I am not allowed to name, plus everything I loved about “Dear John” (Channing Tatum! Overwhelming odds!), multiplied by “Eternal Sunshine” and “50 First Dates.” In short, I will be there on Feb. 10, box of Kleenex in hand.
In honor of “The Vow,” let’s take a look down memory lane, specifically at the many romantic entanglements star Rachel McAdams has found herself in on the big screen… Keep reading »
Attention sappy movie buffs! Check out the newly released trailer for “The Vow.” The romantic drama centers on Paige (Rachel McAdams), who loses five years of her memory following a terrible car crash. In her amnesiac state, she has no recollection of her present marriage to Leo (Channing Tatum), and believes she’s still engaged to ex-fiance Jeremy (Scott Speedman) from years before. And so the classic formula begins: boy loses girls heart via traumatic means … boy must win her heart all over again! Rachel McAdams, swoon. Channing Tatum, pure sex. “The Vow” … eh. It looks as though it’ll have the quality of “Dear John” mingled with a dash of the plot from “50 First Dates.” We’ll probably end up seeing it because we love Rachel, and let’s face it, having her play the lead in a Nicholas Sparks-written romance reminds us of “The Notebook”‘s Allie and Noah all over again! [ONTD]
It’s been awhile since I’ve hated a movie character as much as I hated Rachel McAdam’s character Inez in “Midnight in Paris.” In fact, I spent most of the movie hoping for a plot twist that involved her getting hit by a truck. She’s spoiled, entitled, condescending, and has no sense of magic. One thing she does have, however, is a pretty amazing sense of style. Her belted shirtdresses, platform sandals, and aviator sunglasses were a nice distraction from her awful personality. Read on for a wallet-friendly version of Inez’s signature outfit… Keep reading »
“Casting is so awkward. I’m too shy to meet [actresses]. I have the women come in and I don’t let them sit down. I make up some questions, but I couldn’t care less about chatting. I only see them to make sure that they haven’t gained 200 pounds or had five face jobs. I want to see that the woman I saw on the DVD is still intact.”
—Woody Allen talks to W magazine about his new flick, “Midnight in Paris,” which is screening at the Cannes Film Festival. Wow, he does such a bad job of making himself likable. Really, he meets with actresses just to make sure they’re still hot? Guess he liked what he saw with Rachel McAdams. [PopWrap] Keep reading »
The best photographers capture an unexpected, unscripted moment. Like when Woody Allen focused his gaze on Rachel McAdams’ chesticles at a screening of his new movie, “Midnight in Paris.” Click! The look on his face is an added bonus. [New York City, 5/17/11] Keep reading »
“[My parents are] still together and still in love. I’m very blessed that way. I had a great example of love in front of me, and that’s probably what makes me such a romantic, because I’ve seen it firsthand … You grow up and you assume that everyone is like that, and you quickly realize that they’re not, and then you have those days when you wonder if you’re going to find it for yourself. It’s such a hard thing to find. I think it was more that realization that rocked me.”
—Rachel McAdams talks love and marriage in the latest issue of Elle. I can relate to Rachel’s sentiment. My parents and grandparents are all still married and in love. It seems like no one does that anymore or even believes in it. I know I am doubtful at times and that makes me sad. But what is even sadder is the realization that not many other people are even striving for that. I often feel like I have to lower my expectations just to give love a shot. Damn you, happily married parents! [Celebitchy] Keep reading »