Best friends Ryan Reynolds and David Cross are secretly planning their own movie inspired by their wives' The Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants film. Blake Lively and Amber Tamblyn tell Entertainment Weekly magazine their men have become incredibly close through their friendship and would love to star in their own buddy movie.
Tamblyn says, "Our dudes are friends."
Lively adds, "They really love each other and they have their own little man texts. They're dying to do their own Husbands of the Sisterhood movie. We'll see."
But Reynolds and Cross' wives might beat them to it with a third film.
The actress' pal and co-star America Ferrera explains, "The fifth book (in author Ann Brashares' book series) picks up 10 years after the fourth book, so the characters are all basically the ages that we are now.
"I know that the four of us would love it (to make another film), and it would be wonderful."
Ferrera, Tamblyn, Lively and Alexis Bedel have all become close friends since teaming up for the first film back in 2005 and reprising their characters for a 2008 Sisterhood sequel.
Hollywood movie star Ryan Reynolds was forced to strip during a flight after a passenger became ill and vomited over him. The Green Lantern star was on a flight from New York to New Orleans, Louisiana with his Gossip Girl wife Blake Lively last week (ends18Oct13), when a woman sitting in front of the couple threw up on a window, splashing the actor.
Flight attendants rushed to help the star as he stripped off to change into a new shirt.
Blake Lively and her The Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants co-stars Alexis Bledel and America Ferrera ambushed castmate Amber Tamblyn at an airport and took her on a bachelorette jaunt to New Orleans, Louisiana. The stars have remained close since meeting on the set of the hit 2005 and they couldn't resist a reunion last year (12) just before Tamblyn wed comedian and actor David Cross.
The Two and a Half Men star admits she had no idea the get together has been planned when she joined Lively and her partner Ryan Reynolds for a night at their home in Bedford, New York.
She tells Entertainment Weekly, "Blake talked me into coming up to her and Ryan's house. We all had drinks and Blake's like, 'You can't drive home'. The next morning there was a car service... and Blake basically took me to the airport.
"She blindfolded me and I felt all of these hands pulling me out of the car. I'm like, 'OK, I'm going to be beheaded...' And it was America and Alexis. They had all surprised me and put this whole trip together to New Orleans."
And that's not the first time Lively has organised a Sisterhood co-star's bachelorette bash - she also planned Ferrera's and admits it's important to share the good times with her closest film friends.
She adds, "These are such key moments in each other's lives. They (co-stars) met me before I even had a boyfriend. They were at my wedding.
"They're the most intelligent people you'll ever meet, It's like, 'Wow, how lucky am I to have those women as friends? And how lucky are they, because I make a good cupcake."
But, though Lively has planned her pals' bachelorette parties, they never got the chance to surprise her with one.
She tells the publication, "I didn't get one out of them. I did have a secret wedding. They thought they were going to a birthday party, so its no fault of theirs. But I do think I'm owed a bachelorette party."
Actress Blake Lively has stepped in to replace Katherine Heigl in Oscar winner Ellen Burstyn's new film The Age Of Adaline. The former Gossip Girl star will portray a global traveller who stops ageing after a near-death accident in director Lee Toland Krieger's new movie.
Heigl was originally hired for the role, but has since been dropped for unknown reasons, according to Us Weekly magazine.
The movie will be Lively's first project since she took a hiatus last year (12) after marrying Ryan Reynolds.
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Vampire 101: Class is in Session
If you can't catch Zoey Deutch, Lucy Fry, Sami Gayle and Dominic Sherwood from Vampire Academy at their Comic Con panel in New York on October 11 at 11AM ET, fear not: MTV will be featuring interviews and set visits online. Unless you've been locked in a coffin, you already know the movie version of Richelle Mead's Vampire Academy is slated to open on Valentine's Day, 2014. The tale follows vampire/human hybrid Rose Hathaway and her classmates through the intricacies of Romanian vamp escoterica. It's like Buffy, but way more sophisticated. It is, after all, a boarding school.
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If you're on the West Coast, why not duck out for a romantic evening at The Vampire Lounge and Tasting Room? There are some whites —for you wimps — but the reds are worth sharpening your teeth for. You will definitely make an impression on your date.
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But if you're stuck any place in between, Encore has scheduled a mini vamp triple-header on Saturday Oct. 12: Van Helsing airs at 5:45 PM ET, Blade at 8 PM ET, and the crown jewel in that franchise, Blade: Trinity, airs at at 10 PM ET. Van Helsing is fine to watch while you're making dinner, but the coolest is definitely the last one. It's funny, imaginative and sick, and has something compelling the other two don't: Ryan Reynolds hotness.
As if being a successful actress, fashion muse, and wife to Ryan Reynolds weren't enough, Blake Lively is adding one more title to her resume. The blonde beauty is launching a lifestyle company that will likely cover fashion, food, travel, and home decor. "It's something that will be launching in a few months and that I'm really, really thrilled about," Lively gushed. "The main element of it is that it's about storytelling and it's about living a very one-of-a-kind, curated life, and how to achieve that. There's nothing like it out there — it's without a genre."
That might be a stretch, as entrepreneurial stars like Gwyneth Paltrow and Martha Stewart have also created lifestyle brands with their own unique visions. Perhaps Lively is joining the ranks of her fellow like-minded blondes but specifically targeting her own generation. Regardless, it sounds suspiciously similar to already-established lifestyle companies, especially Goop. Paltrow's site features recipes, styling tips, travel notes and wellness advice. Lively often mentions her cooking skills to the press, we all know she has impeccable style, and she recently shared her experience with decorating her home in Bedford, NY, with Lucky magazine. Wonder what her lifestyle site is going to be about.
Lively went on to say, "I have so many passions outside of acting and things that I grew up being good at and that I don't utilize when acting. Acting was something that my family did so I just kind of got into it by default, but there was so much that I cultivated, thinking that I wouldn't be an actor." Girl, we get it. You're good at stuff. You've won in life, but do we really need to be force-fed your way of living? If it's anything like Goop, it'll be filled with crocodile shoes we can't afford and duck ragout recipes we can't allow ourselves to eat if we want to look like the very inspiration behind the lifestyle. Not to mention, one company's unrealistic advice is more than enough.
Still, it remains to be seen how Lively's new venture will turn out. Maybe she'll make good on her promise that it'll be like nothing out there. Maybe it'll offer advice real humans can follow. Only time will tell, but either way, somewhere Gwyneth Paltrow is shaking her head and thinking, "How cute."
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Shock; the world is in utter shock. Okay, by "the world" I mean women in their 20s who obsessed over Melissa Joan Hart in her Nickelodian glory days. However, it is pretty surprising that the quirky child star and current mother of three was once a huge partier and drug user.
Melissa Explains It All, a play on the Nickelodian series Clarissa Explains It All, is the new tell-all book that details Hart's colorful past, and calls out the other Hollywood celebs who partied with her. Life & Style got a peek at the book, and highlighted some of Hart's noteworthy antics. The author explains, "I experimented with weed, Ecstasy, mushrooms and mescaline for about a year and a half."
She goes on the say she took Ecstacy at the Playboy Mansion in 1999, then made out with a girl on the limo ride home. She even showed up to her Maxim photo shoot still under the influence. Hart admits she was "kind of running with a bad crowd," which apparently included Ryan Reynolds, Nick Carter, and Jerry O'Connell. She adds that she had a fling with both Carter and O'Connell, and labels O'Connell a "man-whore." Another Hollywood hottie that makes it into the book is Ashton Kutcher. Hart recalls, "Ashton and I just didn't get along," and explains she twice tried the throw him out of her parties for making "smartass remarks."
While the tell-all is both shocking and alarming, it has a happy ending. Hart says she never became addicted to the drugs, and in fact, "just didn’t enjoy taking drugs. I don’t like the loss of control.” She is now happily married and staring on the popular sitcom Melissa and Joey.
Check out Melissa Explains It All when it hits shelves Oct. 29.
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Movie star Jeff Bridges was not a fan of his flop 2013 film R.I.P.D. when he eventually saw the film adaptation of the Dark Horse comic book. The Oscar winner teamed up with Ryan Reynolds for the action comedy, in which he plays a dead cowboy who returns to earth as an afterlife cop, and although he had a blast on set,he wasn't thrilled with the final result.
He tells GQ magazine, "I had such a great time working on that movie... I thought, 'This could be fun to see', and when I saw it, I was a little underwhelmed. For my mind, the studio made some choices that I wouldn't have made."
The movie made $33 million (£22 million) at the U.S. box office when it opened in July (13). It debuts in Britain this weekend (20-22Sep13).
It was 20 years ago (yes, you're old) that skeptic Dana Scully first teamed up with believer Fox Mulder to investigate the FBI's creepiest cases. Plenty of guest stars joined leads David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson in the paranormal paradise of The X-Files, including tons of actors who would later blow up in their own right. We've combed through the show's 200+ episodes to bring you 13 of its most significant cameos.
Seth Green already had a healthy filmography built up by the time he was cast as a teenage stoner in first season episode "Deep Throat." But his diner conversation with Special Agents Mulder and Scully probably had a big influence on his future career as showrunner of the geek-tastic cartoon series Robot Chicken.
The West Wing star, next seen in the ABC comedy pilot Trophy Wife, plays a seismologist losing his grip in second season episode "Firewalker."
Future Academy Award-nominee Felicity Huffman was trapped with our heroes while investigating the mysterious deaths of a research team at an Alaskan excavation project. She plays Dr. Nancy Da Silva in "Ice", one of the most suspenseful episodes in the entire series.
It's no surprise that Hollywood hottie Ryan Reynolds would be cast as a popular football player in third season episode "Syzygy." Of course, it's The X-Files, so his high school reign is cut short by two flaky teens driven mad by a rare planetary alignment.
Jack Black/Giovanni Ribisi
"D.P.O.", another third season episode, boasts not one, but two up-and-coming young actors. Jack Black's character owns an arcade where video-game obsessed teen Darin Peter Oswald (Giovanni Ribisi) hangs out when not using his mind to command lightning to kill anyone who pisses him off.Tony Shalhoub
A post-Wings, pre-Monk Tony Shalhoub stars as a dark matter researcher in season two episode "Soft Light." This one is also notable for being the first episode written by Vince Gilligan, who would go on to create a little show called Breaking Bad.
Teeny, tiny Shia LaBeouf can be found late in the series, pulling heart strings as a very ill young boy in season seven's "The Goldberg Variation."
Cutie Jewel Staite has huge nerd cred, having played a kidnapped girl in "Oubliette" from season three and then going on to star in Joss Whedon's epic space western Firefly. Would that the latter would have had as long a run as The X-Files.
What was it about the third season of The X-Files that predicted the future success of almost all its guest stars? We've got another one in Elementary star Lucy Liu, who is credited as "Lucy Alexis Liu" in "Hell Money."
Bryan Cranston was hardly a nobody when he took the role of Patrick Crump in season six episode "Drive." But this appearance earns a spot on the list simply because the episode was another penned by staff writer Vince Gillian, who clearly remembered Cranston's desperate, tension-filled performance when casting Walter White.
The X-Files creative team had a knack for sniffing out future Oscar nominees. Winter's Bone star John Hawkes played a tortured writer in sixth season episode "Milagro," a role written specifically for him.
What could possibly be ickier than a bile-covered, liver-eating mutant who crawls around in sewer ducts? Ask 43-year-old character actor Doug Hutchison, who played classic X-Files monster Eugene Victor Tooms, about his marriage to 19-year-old attention seeker Courtney Stodden.
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