A collection of props from hit U.S. TV drama Breaking Bad are set to go on display at a New York museum as part of celebration to mark the programme's upcoming series finale. The Museum of the Moving Image exhibit will feature costumes worn by Bryan Cranston's terminally-ill chemistry teacher-turned-meth manufacturer, as well as a video montage of behind-the-scenes clips and items from the set.
The display, entitled From Mr. Chips to Scarface: Walter White's Transformation in Breaking Bad, will explore the evolution of Cranston's character. It will make its debut on 26 July (13).
Museum curator Barbara Miller says, "We are thrilled to present material from this extraordinary and compelling television series... The exhibit explores how Breaking Bad's filmmakers used a variety of visual cues to convey Walter White's transformation, including shifts in costume colour palette and a series of symbolic props, and features many of the key costumes and props that helped communicate White's character development over the course of the series."
The Breaking Bad series finale is set to air in America on 29 September (13).
Metallica star Lars Ulrich is engaged to marry his model girlfriend, according to a U.S. report. The drummer and his partner Jessica Miller reportedly celebrated the impending nuptials by hosting an engagement party in Las Vegas on Monday night (08Jul13).
Editors at the Las Vegas Informer report family and friends joined the happy couple at the N9NE Steakhouse at the Palms Casino Resort.
Ulrich has been wed twice before and has four sons from past relationships.
Moviemaker Guillermo Del Toro appears to be creating a troupe of British actors after confirming reports Benedict Cumberbatch and Charlie Hunnam will be appearing in multiple movies. The director developed a great friendship with Hunnam while making his new action film Pacific Rim and invited him to join the cast of Crimson Peak, and now it seems he has done the same with Cumberbatch after directing the Star Trek Into Darkness actor in the upcoming horror movie.
Del Toro tells Britain's Daily Telegraph, "I am hoping to direct Cumberbatch again in a new film version of Frankenstein."
The Brit previously appeared in Danny Boyle's 2011 stage production of Frankenstein, in which he and Jonny Lee Miller alternated roles of Victor Frankenstein and the Monster.
Just last week (ends05Jul13), Hunnam told WENN that he had struck up a close friendship with the Mexican moviemaker on the set of Pacific Rim after he missed out on role in Del Toro's 2008 Hellboy sequel The Golden Army.
The actor told WENN, "He's a sweetheart to work with. He offered me one of the leads in his next movie (Crimson Peak) so it's developing into a long-standing relationship with a director (to) work with him over and over again. He's certainly expressed a desire for me to be in all his English language movies from now on. He said to me at the end of Pacific Rim, 'Ah, you're in, my friend.'"
British rocker Marcus Mumford spent his wedding night in hospital with a friend who injured himself during the reception. The Mumford & Sons frontman wed actress Carey Mulligan in a barn in Somerset, England last year (Apr12) but instead of spending the evening partying with his new bride and celebrity guests Sienna Miller, Jake Gyllenhaal and Colin Firth, the musician had to take a pal to the nearest emergency room.
A friend of the star tells Britain's Mail on Sunday, "One of his best mates got drunk and wandered upstairs from the reception into the honeymoon suite and, for some reason, barricaded himself inside a wardrobe.
"Later, Marcus' father John managed to get inside the room and the wardrobe somehow fell on to the guest's head. Marcus ran upstairs and found his friend with his head bleeding. Heroically, he took him to the nearest A&E (accident and emergency) department and waited for him to get stitched up."
Celebrity couple Sienna Miller and Tom Sturridge have shown off their relationship in a steamy new advertising campaign for British fashion house Burberry. The usually private pair, which is parents to daughter Marlowe, is seen up-close-and-personal in the stylish black and white shots, which were snapped by celebrated photographer Mario Testino.
In one picture, Sturridge grabs Miller's leather-clad backside, while in another, the couple kiss behind a Burberry bag.
Burberry designer Christopher Bailey says, "This was a shoot full of love and laughter. It was such a treat to work with Sienna and Tom, and to capture their magic together."
They are the latest Brits to pose for the brand, following in the footsteps of Emma Watson, Kate Moss, Eddie Redmayne and Cara Delevingne.
After hearing that a movie titled Mean Moms was slated for production, I was filled to the brim with glee at the thought of a second round of Mean Girls, just as any other female of my generation would be. Because, come on, who didn't love watching Cady Heron — Lindsay Lohan in her prime — and the rest of The Plastics scribble in their infamous pink lipstick-coated Burn Book: "Amber D'Alessio. She made out with a hot dog."
Unfortunately, the title for Mean Moms is misleading — it is in fact not a sequel to the Tina Fey-scripted cult classic. Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfreid, nor Lacey Chabert are set to pop up this time around it seems... yeah, I teared up a bit too.
Mean Moms, which Beth McCarthy-Miller (Saturday Night Live) is set to adapt for the big screen, is based on the novel Queen Bee Moms and King Ping Dads: Dealing With The Parents, Teachers, Coaches, and Counselors Who Can Make – or Break – Your Child's Future from Rosalind Wiseman, the same author as the book Mean Girls is derived from. According to Deadline, Mean Moms focuses on a mother who confronts malicious suburban moms, a far cry from the high school halls of North Shore.You may not know this since it seriously tanked, but a sequel to the hit comedy, Mean Girls 2 already happened, airing on ABC Family as opposed to in theaters... because let's be real here: it's quite a trek to follow the footsteps of the legacy left behind by the original classic.
I know your cheeks must be bright red from all the crying, but there is a silver lining, believe it or not! While McCarthy-Miller was a director for SNL, she worked alongside Mean Girls mastermind Tina Fey and supporting player Tim Meadows. So maybe they'll lend McCarthy-Miller a few pointers?
All we hope is for Amy Poehler to reprise her role as Mrs. George and bust into Mean Moms insisting, "I'm not a regular mom, I'm a cool mom".
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Welsh actor Rhys Ifans is to reteam with his Love, Honour & Obey co-star Jonny Lee Miller in hit TV Sherlock Holmes drama Elementary. The Amazing Spider-Man villain will play Mycroft Holmes - Sherlock's brother - when the show returns to U.S. TV later this year (13).
Miller plays the modern version of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's fictional detective, opposite sidekick Lucy Liu, in the series, which debuted last year (12).
Ifans will appear as Mycroft in the season two opener, which will be set in London, and then return as a recurring character.
He's not the only actor currently portraying Mycroft Holmes - Stephen Fry played the sleuth's older brother in Guy Ritchie's 2011 Sherlock Holmes sequel, A Game of Shadows.
Kanye West has stormed back to the top of the U.S. album charts with his new release Yeezus. The new dad has debuted his latest project at number one with 327,000 first-week sales.
It's West's sixth consecutive album to land at the top of the Billboard 200, but Yeezus is also the rapper's lowest-selling debut. His last solo record, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, topped the charts in 2010 with 496,000 first-week sales.
Fellow rap star J. Cole is also celebrating after debuting Born Sinner at two, while Mac Miller enters the new countdown at three with Movies With the Sound Off.
Rounding out the top five is Kelly Rowland's new release Talk a Good Game at four and Black Sabbath's 13, which debuted at number one last week (19Jun13).
Meanwhile, Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines scores a third week at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, holding off Daft Punk's Get Lucky at two and Imagine Dragons' Radioactive at three.
Lesbian rocker Melissa Etheridge is celebrating the news gay people can now wed legally in California by planning her own nuptials. Minutes after U.S. Supreme Court judges declared the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) "unconstitutional" and High Court officials also overturned California's Proposition 8, which outlawed gay marriage, on Wednesday (26Jun13), Etheridge went public with her plans to wed fiancee Linda Wallem.
The singer/songwriter told CNN, "It is about family and I love my four kids. I called my now-fiancee. I'm looking forward to marrying my partner of three years... I'm going to get married in the state of California. I woke (the kids) up this morning telling them the Supreme Court ruling on DOMA... I love everybody out there. It's a great day.
"Love is love and America is beautiful... I'm proud to be an American."
The Come to My Window singer also shared her wedding news with followers on Twitter.com, writing, "I look forward to exercising my American civil liberties and getting fully, completely and legally married this year to my true love of over three years, Linda Wallem."
Etheridge split from her former partner, actress Tammy Lynn Michaels, in 2010. The couple shares custody of seven-year-old twins Johnnie and Miller. She also has two kids from a previous relationship with director Julie Cypher.
Olympic gymnast Shannon Miller has given birth to her second child two years after battling ovarian cancer. The 36 year old and her husband John Falconetti welcomed baby girl Sterling Diane on Tuesday morning (25Jun13).
The couple wed in 2008 and also has a three-year-old son, called John Rocco.
Miller, who won seven Olympic medals at the Games in Barcelona, Spain and Atlanta, Georgia, in 1992 and 1996, underwent surgery to remove her left ovary and a malignant tumour in January, 2011.