- Go Fug YourselfOct 01 08:08 AM
These are my confessions: When I saw the first photo, I legit thought she was pregnant and Heather and I had a long chat about what a dramatic turn of events it would be if she and Sean Penn broke up and then she promptly stormed out and had a baby with, say, the hot dude who is in charge of watering her organic garden (no pun intended UNTIL THE PUN WAS INTENDED). None of this has actually come...
- VultureSep 18 07:32 AM
You can count on every Oscar season to have an awfully competitive race for Best Actor, but this year, the real action is with the women. Finally, we’ve got a wealth of contenders who are not just deserving, but feasible nominees, too, including actresses like Lily Tomlin (Grandma), Charlize Theron ... More »
- SNAPPA via Yahoo UK & Ireland NewsOct 04 04:02 PM
Take a look through the archives at our birthday girls and boys. Which celebs have improved with age and which have always had their looks?
- The Hollywood ReporterSep 23 09:27 AM
Those dresses you saw at the Emmys didn't just happen. They began in the imagination of these talents, who use Hollywood stars as both muse and marketing, as the billion-dollar players talk shop on the eve of awards-season domination. Says Tom Ford: "It's about dressing the right person in the right dress to create a truly memorable moment." read more
- Yahoo Canada CelebritySep 30 07:01 PM
Miss any of the week’s most memorable celeb moments? Top Shots has got you covered! Judging from their looks of admiration, we’re guessing Ellen Page (left) and Julianne Moore enjoyed working with one another on the film Freeheld . The actresses shared a hug at the New York premiere of their movie in which they portray real-life domestic partners, Stacie Andree and Laurel Hester, who fought for...
- The AdvocateOct 06 03:47 AM
Every work of fiction based on historical events includes some fabrications — invented dialogue, composite characters, and skewed timelines, for instance. Even nonfiction works, like documentary films, are selective about which points of view to highlight.
Geena Davis: ‘After Thelma & Louise, people said things would improve for women in film. They didn’t’The GuardianSep 27 01:15 AM
Having built a career playing strong women, the Hollywood star is taking on sexism in the film industry, with a gender equality project that will launch at this year’s London film festival Emma Watson, Amma Asante and more on their experiences of sexism in the film industry Geena Davis is tall, very tall. In her bare feet, she reaches 6ft. Today, she is wearing 5in wedge heels and towers over ...