If you’re not familiar with the name Gaia Weiss, you’ll know it soon enough. She’s the gal Kellan Lutz lusts after in “The Legend of Hercules,” hitting theaters Jan. 10. And it’s no wonder. I mean, just look at the leggy (she’s nearly 6-feet tall!) blonde — she’s hot.
But the French model and actress is also more than meets the eye. Find out in our roundup below which member of the Gryffindor Quidditch team Hollywood’s hottest new up-and-comer is dating, or how she got bloody knuckles. Keep reading »
“I’ll just say no. [Slams fist on table.] No, period. I’m not doing it. I’m never gonna be in that movie. There was already a movie! And the show ended fuckin’ spot-on. We’re good.”
Taylor Kitsch, you sexy bastard, why must you crush my dreams like that? I realize that a “Friday Night Lights” movie (featuring the cast of the TV show) is Hollywood’s version of New York City’s 2nd Avenue subway — a big ol’ wonderful idea that will never ever come to fruition. All the talk in the world won’t make it a reality. And a “FNL” movie with out Tim Riggins is no “FNL” movie I want to see. Guess I’ll just rewatch the show from start to finish. [NYMag.com]
Do you still watch “Pretty Woman” every time you need a good laugh and a good cry? We do, too.
Our favorite opposites attract story is somehow already 23 years old, so in honor of this classic Garry Marshall rom com, we dug up 23 little known facts about the movie. Check them out on Your Tango…
Activities are wonderful, but sometimes, it’s fine to want to shut the world out for a couple of days, and make some serious time for you. Don’t be afraid of FOMO, either. There will always be another party, another pub crawl, another picnic. The time you’ll spend indulging in the things you want to do, alone, are well worth it. Here’s a handy list of awesome things to do this weekend!
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“You’re a virgin?” he breathes. I nod, flushing again. He closes his eyes and looks to be counting to ten. When he opens them again, he’s angry, glaring at me. “Why the fuck didn’t you tell me?”
I don’t know if that’s the scene “Fifty Shades Of Grey” stars Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson are filming, but it is so much more fun to look at photos of them onset and imagine the shitty bits of dialogue coming out of their mouths. Can’t wait for all 90+ minutes to hit theaters! See a few more pics after the jump… [Photos: Fame/Flynet] Keep reading »
The perfect way to promote the much anticipated sequel “Anchorman 2″? Send star Will Ferrell to read the news in Bismarck, North Dakota, of all places, as his character Ron Burgundy. Ron was joined by KXMB’s Amber Schatz, who was seriously having the best day at work ever. But HOW did Ron resist making a joke about her last name? A glorious opportunity MISSED. “Anchorman 2″ is in theaters December 20. See part of Burgundy’s newscast above, and more here. [TIME]
First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes the baby in the baby carriage, as the nursery rhyme goes. Eh, except when it doesn’t. The road to parenthood is a bumpy one for many, and as a 34-year-old woman with no man and babies on the brain, I’m instantly drawn to any film that depicts the non-traditional avenues some couples and singles take towards their dream of having a child. That’s why I’m psyched to see the upcoming film “Expecting,” starring Radha Mitchell and Michelle Monaghan, about a woman named Andie (Monaghan) who finds herself unexpectedly pregnant after a one-night stand and decides to have the baby and give it to her reproductively challenged BFF Lizzie. And we’re lucky enough to have an exclusive (sorta NSFW) clip from the Jessie McCormack-directed film! In the clip, Andie — who has moved in with Lizzie and her husband for the duration of her pregnancy — is, um, getting to know Lizzie’s brother-in-law (i.e. with her mouth around his penis) when the couple walks in on them mid-job. Awkwardness ensues! Check out the full trailer for “Expecting” — which is available on VOD/iTunes tomorrow, November 26, and opens in select theaters on December 6 — after the jump! Keep reading »
“Gravity” co-screenwriter Jonás Cuarón, son of the film’s director Alfonso, has made a short film of his own. “Aningaaq” gives us a peek at who was on the other side of Ryan Stone’s (Sandra Bullock’s) distress call. Aningaaq, a fisherman in Greenland, picks up; he and Ryan can barely understand one another, but the connection they share is still comforting and I can’t help but love it. [NYMag.com]