10 Vertically Challenged Celebrity Couples!
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We're SO excited Olivier Sarkozy has put a ring on Mary-Kate Olsen dainty little finger. Speaking of dainty, has anyone else the not-so-slight difference in height between the couple??! The foot that Olivier has over MK has to make quick smooches a bit difficult. We can't even imagine how it works in the bedroom! LOLz! But we suppose height has nothing to do with compability when it comes to love. CLICK HERE to see the gallery, "Vertically Challenged Celebrity Couples!" CLICK HERE to see the gallery, "Vertically Challenged Celebrity Couples!" CLICK HERE to see the gallery, "Vertically Challenged Celebrity Couples!" CLICK HERE to see the gallery, "Vertically Challenged Celebrity Couples!" CLICK HERE to see the gallery, "Vertically Challenged Celebrity Couples!" [Image via BauerGriffinOnline.] [...]
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Three Books by Gabriel Garcia Marquez That You Must Read
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The literary giant, whose works include One Hundred Years of Solitude and Love in the Time of Cholera, passed away Wednesday at the age of 87 [...]
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Neil Patrick Harris: Playing Hedwig on Broadway Is Bringing Up Insecurities
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The veteran theater and TV actor doesn't quite feel at home in drag [...]
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What It Was Like To See Philip Seymour Hoffman Work In 'Moneyball'
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Following the tragic death of Oscar-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman in New York on Sunday, Philip Michaels, an extra on 2011's "Moneyball," tweeted his remembrance of Hoffman's work as Oakland A's manager Art Howe in that film. The scene in Moneyball where I'm an extra featured Philip Seymour Hoffman, so I got to see a little snippet of him working close up.— Philip Michaels (@PhilipMichaels) February 2, 2014 All it required him to do was walk from the dugout to the mound and signal a pitching change. It's maybe 10-15 seconds of screen time.— Philip Michaels (@PhilipMichaels) February 2, 2014 And between takes he would practice it -- stopping if it didn't feel right, just trying to perfect it so it was natural and repeatable.— Philip Michaels (@PhilipMichaels) February 2, 2014 To sum up, that was the kind of preparation and effort Philip Seymour Hoffman put into a shot that required him to walk and point.— Philip Michaels (@PhilipMichaels) February 2, 2014 For more on Hoffman's death and a collection of his praised performances, head here. [via @mattzollerseitz] [...]
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75 Celebrities You Will Never Look At The Same Way Again
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What you are about to read may change you forever. 1. Kesha has an IQ of 140 and scored 1500 on her SATs. 2. Oprah's real name is Orpah. 3. Marilyn Manson's real name is Brian. 4. Leonardo DiCaprio was named Leonardo because his pregnant mother was looking at a Leonardo da Vinci painting in a museum in Italy when DiCaprio first kicked. 5. Tim Allen was arrested in 1978 for possession of 1.4 pounds of cocaine and was jailed for two years. en.wikipedia.org 6. Justin Timberlake's mother was Ryan Gosling's legal guardian while they filmed The Mickey Mouse Club. View Entire List › [...]
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Lindsay Lohan Is Totally Off The Wagon According To Kode Magazine! She Sipped Vodka During Their Interview!
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Whoa who WHOA! Lindsay Lohan has revealed plenty about her recovery over the past few weeks on her OWN realty docu-series---but could it all have been an act for the cameras?? Survey says: YES!! While LiLo was supposed to be maintaining her alcohol free pledge, Kode Magazine is reporting that the actress was actually drinking on set of their recent interview. Below is an excerpt from the sit-down: "When speaking of Oprah, Lohan has nothing but glowing qualms of the talk show queen "She’s taught me so much and really believes in me, nothing like Barbara Walters,' she confesses as she takes a sip from her freshly topped off glass of Vodka on the rocks. From this moment, all questions of sobriety seem irrelevant." Later, the writer of the article revealed that the Mean Girls starlet WAS in fact drinking at Coachella a few weeks ago too, even though she's since commented otherwise: "The last time I saw Lindsay would be as she made her way into the second day of the Coachella festival with a vodka filled Evian bottle." Yeeeeesh! Wonder when Lindz will speak out about this crazy interview!! Until then, we'll wait for her to deny, deny, deny... [...]
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Chiwetel Ejiofor Met J.J. Abrams, Now Rumored For 'Star Wars'
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Because an actor isn't truly an actor until they're rumored for a role in "Star Wars," Chiwetel Ejiofor is the latest name to surface as a potential participant in J.J. Abrams' "Star Wars: Episode VII." As relayed by Times of London writer Rhys Blakely (via Bleeding Cool), Ejiofor was recently spotted at Abrams' office, which is now enough to start speculation about "Star Wars." For his part, Abrams refused to discuss whether Ejiofor was involved in the "Episode VII" casting merry-go-round, but he did tell Blakely that the "12 Years A Slave" star was "a very talented gentleman." Ejiofor is just the latest actor to have his or her name attached to "Episode VII" discussion, joining the ranks of Benedict Cumberbatch, Saoirse Ronan and Alex Pettyfer. Even original players Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher are still only rumored for the sequel, as their involvement has not been confirmed in an official capacity just yet. "I mean, everybody's going in on this project. They're trying to figure out what they want," Michael B. Jordan, who admitted to the Associated Press that he also auditioned for "Star Wars," said back in October. "Everyone who wants to be part of that film, they know about," Cumberbatch told The Hollywood Reporter when the subject of his "Star Wars" rumor was broached in a recent interview. For now, Abrams is busy writing the script for "Episode VII" with Lawrence Kasdan (Oscar winner Michael Arndt, who was hired to write "Episode VII" in November of last year, left the project at the end of October). The film is expected to arrive in theaters in 2015. HuffPost Entertainment contacted Ejiofor's representatives for comment on the rumor; this post will be updated if they respond. [via The Times] [...]
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Lindsay Lohan Holds A Knife In New Photo Shoot
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Celebrity photographer, Tyler Shields, snapped some pictures of LiLo for his new book, The Dirty Side of Glamour. Tyler Shields / The Dirty Side of Glamour / Out November 12th Tyler Shields / The Dirty Side of Glamour / Out November 12th Tyler Shields / The Dirty Side of Glamour. / Out November 12th [...]
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Fred Phelps Is Dead
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Bill Nye The Science Guy Shows Up To Astronomy Class To 'Spice Things Up' (PHOTO)
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One Redditor's astronomy professor at Arizona State University was concerned that his class was getting a bit boring -- so he asked a friend to come and guest teach for a day "to spice things up." This is what happened. That's right. Bill Nye the Science Guy stopped by. And he gave a rather memorable lecture, according to Redditor han_yolo: The nuttiest part about the whole thing was at the end of the lecture he started talking about things that we would need to do in our lifetime to "save the world." Of course he talked about global warming, but then he brought up a picture of a meteor and said something along the lines of, "So someone in your generation needs to come up with something to block this from the earth, you don't need to be the scientist behind it, but you could be the businessman that sponsors it, the machinist who builds it etc." It was almost like we were being debriefed by Bill Nye to save the world. I've never felt so inspired. We love that America's favorite scientist took time out of his busy schedule to pass on some knowledge. We can confirm that Nye was at ASU, incidentally: He gave the keynote speech at SpaceVision 2013 there on Thursday. You can view that speech below: [...]
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A Russian Woman Speaks Out For LGBT Rights Using A Line From A Joss Whedon Show
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As she said on The Daily Show , “If nothing we do matters, then all that matters is what we do.” On Wednesday's episode of The Daily Show, reporter Jason Jones interviewed Russian citizens about the country's stance on gay rights. Everyone he talked to supported Putin's recent anti-LGBT laws... except this one woman. Via thedailyshow.com Via thedailyshow.com Via thedailyshow.com Via thedailyshow.com View Entire List › [...]
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Jonah Hill: Martin Scorsese Is Worth a Pay Cut
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The Oscar nominee tells reporters he would do just about anything for the director [...]
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Now You Know What LeAnn Rimes Looks Like Sitting On The Toilet
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Another day, another chance for LeAnn Rimes to continue her Best Bonus Mom EVAH campaign with Eddie Cibrian’s kids at a soccer game. She chatted up other parents, sat on her husband’s lap (probably to block his view of a big-tittied MILF on the sideline of the opposing team because you know she does shit like that) and slicked up her lips for a selfie to throw in her iPhone album titled “Love Yourself”. My favorite pic is the one where it looks like she’s begging Eddie to bring her whatever is in that blue cooler like, “Eddie, baby, can you bring me my poo poo juice?” Maybe that’s why he looks so uneasy with her on his lap- that ex-laxtini could kick in at any moment. Apparently some shit also went down at the game, causing LeAnn to send out this tweet: Oh, the irony of a dramatic bitch telling other adults not to be dramatic bitches on the social media site where she’s carried out most of her dramatic bitchiness. Hashtag my proverbial balls, LeAnn. I’m also getting a good giggle over “natural blonde”, her height and her toilet paper hanging preferences being listed in her Twitter bio. Save it for your POF (Plenty of Falkors) dating profile after you catch Eddie banging someone in the Port-A-Potty at next week’s game. $(function(){ $("#gallery_118059").microfiche({ buttons: false,bullets: false }); $("#thumbcontainer_118059 .prevthumb").click(function() { $("#gallery_118059").microfiche({ slideByPages: -1 }); }); $("#thumbcontainer_118059 .nextthumb").click(function() { $("#gallery_118059").microfiche({ slideByPages: 1 }); }); }); (Photos: Splash) [...]
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Why Leonardo DiCaprio Deserves the Oscar: It's About Time, Don't You Think?
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As Oscar voters continue to mark their ballots until this Wednesday, I wonder what goes into their thinking? Do they vote specifically for what they believe is the best achievement of last year, a surprising performance and accomplishment or is it a cumulative assessment of someone's career? For all these reasons, and not just one, I'm going against the grain of what appears to be the general consensus and strongly suggest that Leonardo DiCaprio deserves the Oscar this year for The Wolf of Wall Street, even more than favorite Matthew McConaughey. This doesn't in any way diminish McConaughey's performance in Dallas Buyers Club. It was terrific, and the subject matter of the film made it that much more compelling. However, DiCaprio's execution, in my view, was even more powerful, in particular as it was a totally different characterization and portrayal than we've ever seen from the actor before. It's hard to realize sometimes that Leo has been in filmdom's consciousness for twenty-one years, since he was elevated from his sitcom supporting role in ABC's Growing Pains to the wow factor engendered in his major debut role opposite Robert De Niro in This Boy's Life. Later in 1993 that respect was magnified when he stole What's Eating Gilbert Grape from Johnny Depp and was rewarded with his first Oscar nomination at the age of nineteen. For the next several years, he continued to intrigue audiences with a different assortment of characters, sometimes in mixed films such as Basketball Diaries and Total Eclipse, in more respected fare such as Marvin's Room and Romeo and Juliet, and finally emerging as a superstar in Titanic. Since then he has won fans and critical plaudits for his work in Catch Me If You Can, a young Howard Hughes in The Aviator, as a South African in Blood Diamond and an undercover policeman in The Departed, sometimes Oscar nominated, more times not and sometimes robbed of a nod as in the case of J. Edgar and last year's Django Unchained. Through it all, he has mostly been acclaimed for quirky dramatic performances until finally his well-known personal impishness came forth comedically in The Wolf of Wall Street. In this film, which I mostly liked but not entirely, Leo displayed so many facets, delivering emotional high points while also sometimes hysterically funny, that I wonder if his excellence has become so expected we don't realize how different the role is and what a masterful actor he truly is in this movie for which he was honored with his fourth Oscar nomination. Or do we still think of him as a kid whose time will come, so let's give the award to someone else, forgetting that Leo, at thirty-nine, is actually older than Jack Nicholson was when he "finally" won, after many previous nominations, for his performance in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest in 1976? The Oscars aren't always fair and sometimes there's an incredible assortment of worthy contenders making it truly hard to choose. In some instances there is a tendency for the Oscar voters to give an award to an actor who had one stunningly played standout starring role and might never do so again. Without diminishing their achievements, one could point to Art Carney, Louise Fletcher, Cliff Robertson and F. Murray Abraham, whereas Peter O'Toole and Deborah Kerr kept giving brilliant performances over the years, winning eight and six nominations respectively, never ultimately winning except for their honorary Oscars awarded by the Governors of the Academy. There's no rhyme or reason to Oscar lore, and whether Leonardo DiCaprio wins this year it is likely he might well do so in another, though as indicated above there are a lot of renowned stars who never won at all, including Greta Garbo, Cary Grant, Myrna Loy, Irene Dunne, Barbara Stanwyck, Richard Burton and Kirk Douglas. Whatever the case, if the voters take a really hard look at what went into Leo's performance and can separate the oft-publicized disdain for the despicable traits and mores that the characters in The Wolf of Wall Street display, my hope is that Leo will win the Oscar this year. There are other fine performances in the category as well, but I really believe that in this instance he deserves it and his time has come. Michael Russnow's website is www.ramproductionsinternational.com [...]
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An Exclusive Look Inside Jamie-Lynn Sigler's Jewelry Design Studio
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The star and her design partner give us a peek at what it's like to create CJ Free Jewelry [...]
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Lindsay Lohan Strikes Somber Pose in First-Look Photo for Reality Show
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"She opens up as never before," promises producers of Lindsay [...]
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