Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban made sure no one had any doubts about their romance on the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival on Sunday (19May13) as they kissed and cuddled for the cameras. Kidman, who jetted to France for the festival last week (ends17May13) as her husband wrapped up his stint as a judge on the 12th season of American Idol, was as giddy as a lovestruck teenager when her usually scruffy man showed up in a tuxedo for the premiere of Inside Llewyn Davis.
After spending months as an Idol panelist, Urban is now letting his wife play the judge - she's working with Steven Spielberg and other top industry figures to pick this year's (13) big Cannes winners.
The couple pawed and smooched as the world's snappers flashed - and they didn't even seem to notice there was anyone else there.
It was quite the star-studded pair affair as the film's star Justin Timberlake and his wife Jessica Biel also hit the red carpet, where they rubbed shoulders with the pop superstar's castmates Carey Mulligan and Oscar Isaac and leading ladies Jane Fonda, Kirsten Dunst and one of the world's most beautiful women, Bollywood icon and Cannes regular Aishwarya Rai.
Eva Longoria suffered an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction at the Cannes Film Festival in France on Saturday (18May13) when she accidentally flashed fans and photographers as she walked the red carpet. The former Desperate Housewives actress gave onlookers an eyeful as she lifted up her glamorous green gown to avoid rain puddles while making her way into the premiere of Jimmy P. (Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian) at the star-studded movie event.
In photos of the incident, Longoria's crotch area is visible but it is unclear whether she was wearing flesh-coloured underwear beneath her dress.
Longoria appeared to be completely unaware of her fashion faux pas and proceeded to pose for photos alongside her fellow L'Oreal brand ambassadors including Doutzen Kroes, Cheryl Cole and Jane Fonda.
Mad Men star Vincent Kartheiser is heading back to his native Minnesota to portray literary hero Mr. Darcy in a new stage production of Jane Austen's Pride And Prejudice. The actor, who plays angry ad man Pete Campbell on hit TV show Mad Men, will put his charm to the test as he treads the boards this summer (13) at the Guthrie Theater.
His casting has raised some eyebrows among local critics, but Kartheiser is determined to prove them wrong.
He tells the Associated Press, "It's interesting playing a character that people have such strong feelings about before I've even begun playing him. I don't have a lot of experience playing famous characters and it's an interesting expectation that lays on my head."
The actor is no stranger to the Guthrie Theater - he first performed there at the age of seven in a production of A Christmas Carol.
Pride and Prejudice will run from 6 July (13) until the end of August (13).
Tony Goldwyn's wife refuses to watch his hit TV show Scandal as she hates his steamy romance scenes with co-star Kerry Washington. The actor stars as philandering U.S. President Fitzgerald Grant, who is embroiled in a torrid affair with Washington's character Olivia Pope and his wife, Jane Musky, can't bare watching the pair's on-screen chemistry.
Speaking on talkshow Watch What Happens Live he says, "It's a problem...(but) the honest answer is, my wife doesn't watch it. She watched the pilot and thought it was great, but... I don't encourage (her to watch it because of the sex scenes)."
But the actor admits that his two daughters, Anna and Tess, enjoy the show and often send him hilarious text messages about his character's exploits on the series, revealing, "My two girls think it's hilarious. Disgusting and hilarious. So they send me all kinds of rude texts (about the show)."
Things were all fun and games back when all the drama that existed on Nashville revolved around which woman was going to sleep with Deacon, a dying bromance, and how on earth Rayna was going to keep her hair bouncy through an entire performance. But things have changed. Boy have things changed. We've taken a sharp turn into the dark world, and I fear there's no going back. But maybe that's a good thing.
The Rayna and Deacon StoryOur favorite almost-couple is still very much in the honeymoon phase. They grope each other in closets, backstage, on dirty couches, etc. — it's all very romantic. Deacon so badly wants to be a part of Rayna's family that he jumps on the invitation to come to Rayna's house for dinner. He plays with the kids and even lets them sing that stupid Lumineers song again (get a new song, girls) painting the perfect portrait. But playing house comes to a quick halt when the big, bad, super intimidating Teddy comes home and flips a s**t when he sees what's going on. How dare Deacon bring his guitar anywhere near his family. Get that wretched thing away! He's so pissed that he literally gets a restraining order against him, stating that he can't get anywhere near the children. And if that isn't demented enough, he assures Rayna that he's got full control of his balls now and he's not letting anything, nothing, get in the way of his relationship with his daughters. Not even crazy ladies dressed as stewardesses! (I kinda miss Peggy now.) But that doesn't mean Rayna can't have her own fun. The old Rayna would have definitely let this hiccup get in the way of her thing with Deacon, but not this time. It's clear this time is different.
The Maddie StorySpeaking of creepy daughters, Maddie is the worst! There was a time when she was almost as bad as Dana on Homeland, but now, she is officially the creepiest. She spends most of her days snooping in doorways and hiding her evil behind thick-framed glasses. And get this, people are buying it! They're all fooled. But I am not fooled. No way. Maddie slinks up against the door to listen in on Rayna's conversation and hears her tell Deacon that she loves him. Like, duh. This should mean nothing, right? They call him Uncle Deacon for Christ's sake. Why would love be such a surprising word? Anyway, because of this, Maddie is all like "I must get to the bottom of it." Of what? No one can be sure. So, she digs through all of the paperwork that's conveniently easily accessible in Rayna's room, and somehow comprehends that Deacon is probably her dad. Like WHAT? What the hell was that? How did she just happen to come across the perfect paperwork? Nothing makes sense and Maddie is still a creep show.
The Juliette And Mom And Dante StoryJuliette is in a pickle. She is in the biggest pickle of all because that tape Dante warned her about? Yep, it's a sex tape. And it sounds like a freaky one. Juliette is bugging because all she really wants is to win that stupid CMA, so when Dante tells her that he'll destroy the tape for $2M she's all like "SURE!" and sends over a fancy briefcase. But then Dante gets smart and is like "JK I meant $10 Mil." Juliette doesn't know how to handle the mess, but ultimately decides it's better to come clean than to have Dante get away with it. But her mom has got another plan. She heads over to her old pals at the crack den and gets some good stuff. A little of this a little of that and she's on her way. Then, she calls Dante and tells him that she's in love with him and can't imagine seeing that tape of him having sex with her daughter and begs him to come over with the evidence and she'll give him the money he wants. For whatever reason, Dante trusts her and actually meets her where she is to make the exchange. But instead of giving him the money, SHE SHOOTS HIM. Like, literally she pulls out a gun and bang bang you're dead. Just like a real soap opera! Nashville is learning! But yes, it is sad. And then she takes all those drugs at once and kills herself. When Juliette sees what has happened she breaks down entirely. We even see her crying without her makeup on. Real stuff, you guys.
The Scarlett and Gunnar StoryThe once rainbows and butterflies couple is now the eemest (eemest: stuck in pathetic depression) couple of all. So much so that Juliette ditched her all-white uniform and put on solid black. No, not a little black here, a little black there — ALL BLACK. And Gunnar, well Gunnar is just a total mess. He's ditched the hair gel and started combing his hair forward like a rebel, put on some tight black jeans and a studded pleather jacket, and is singing his dead brother's songs about being locked up in jail. This persona isn't going to last very long once people realize the most badass thing he's ever done is wear clean cowboy boots. Scar is all distraught about having a liar as a boyfriend, but is willing to let it slide until she hears him on the radio saying he does whatever he wants in the lady department. When she confronts Gunnar about it, he's all like "chill baby, chill," but she won't. She says that he better be at her performance when she opens for Rayna at the Country Music Awards, and he says that of course he will. But then, instead, he and Luke from The O.C. get in a bar fight with some punks and end up in jail. It's all over for Gunnar.
The Avery StoryYou know who was in the audience listening to whiny Scarlett front and center? Avery. Avery was there. A long time ago, Avery was such a jerk. He was selfish and controlling and only wore one offensive choker necklace. But suddenly, he has become the most likable character on Nashville and you know I don't hate it. I do not hate it at all. Just going to forget that maybe he and Juliette are going to hook up soon. It hasn't happened yet. Please God, don't let it happen.
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"It's one of those preposterous fantasies I thought would never come true, but when I was asked, I said, 'No.' But then I realised I was just scared to death." Actress Jane Lynch initially turned down an offer to make her Broadway debut in a revival of the hit musical Annie because of stage fright.
Angelina Jolie's brother James Haven and soon-to-be mother-in-law Jane Pitt have voiced their pride and support for the actress after she went public with news of her double mastectomy. The Hollywood beauty revealed on Tuesday (14May13) that she had undergone the drastic surgery in February (13) as a preventative measure after doctors warned her she was at high risk of developing breast cancer - because she carried the "faulty" gene, BRCA1.
Her fiance Brad Pitt subsequently hailed Jolie, a mum of six, for her "absolutely heroic" decision and now her actor brother Haven has expressed his feelings about his superstar sibling's actions, simply stating: "I am so grateful to be her brother."
And Pitt's mum, Jane, has also given her backing to the Wanted star: "We're so very proud of Angie, this means so much to our family, especially our grandchildren. We love her dearly."
Jolie's mother, Marcheline Bertrand, died in 2007 at the age of 56 after battling ovarian cancer for almost a decade.
Meanwhile, veteran actress Kathy Bates, who underwent similar surgery last year (12) after doctors found a lump in her breast, has applauded Jolie and warned female fans to pay close attention to their ever-changing bodies.
In a series of Twitter.com posts on Tuesday, Bates writes, "I admire Angelina's courage in facing this dreaded disease and her classy way of sharing her story with us. I tested negative for BRCA 1 & 2. Had both breast & ovarian cancer. Examine your breasts, regular mammograms. Stay vigilant."
Jane Lynch turned to her Glee co-star Darren Criss for advice on tackling the Broadway stage following the hunk's successful theatre stint as Daniel Radcliffe's replacement in hit musical How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying. The 26 year old won rave reviews for his portrayal of businessman J. Pierrepont Finch in January, 2012, and Lynch reveals she called on him for tips after accepting an offer to play orphanage manager Miss Hannigan in a New York revival of the musical Annie - and make her debut on Broadway.
The comedienne, who will hit the stage for the first time on Thursday (16May13), tells the New York Daily News, "He told me to concentrate on the show, and to let everything else go by the wayside. He said, 'Get yourself a team'. I don't have an assistant or a driver. But I do now."
The actor also suggested Lynch invest in a good humidifier to protect her voice.
She adds, "I have to keep my vocal cords moist."
Andy Warhol's actor muse Taylor Mead has died at the age of 88. He passed away on Wednesday (08May13) after suffering a stroke while visiting relatives in Denver, Colorado, according to his niece, Priscilla.
Born in Michigan, Mead launched his screen career after moving to New York and became a fixture on the underground film scene in the 1960s.
His early roles included appearances in Ron Rice's art house classic The Flower Thief and The Queen of Sheba Meets the Atom Man in 1963, and he became famed for his work with Warhol on projects like Tarzan and Jane Regained... Sort Of, and Lonesome Cowboys.
Mead, who was openly gay, also featured in Babo 73, directed by Robert Downey, Sr., father of the Iron Man star, and in 2003 made a cameo in indie filmmaker Jim Jarmusch's Coffee and Cigarettes.
He later turned his attention to his poetry and would regularly stage readings in Manhattan's Lower East Side neighbourhood, while he became the subject of Excavating Taylor Mead, a 2005 documentary by William A. Kirkley, which followed the ageing artist as he tried to maintain his care-free lifestyle.
Mark Wahlberg may not always have the wisest sentiments, but when it comes to mothers, well, the guy definitely has the right idea. Well, at least Saturday Night Live vet Andy Samberg's interpretation of how the Oscar-nominated Boston native talks to mothers (or Josh Brolin or animals, for that matter). In honor of Mother's Day, we wanted to pay tribute to our favorite pop culture shout-out to moms everywhere: "Say hi to your motha for me."
Hollywood.com has created these Mark Wahlberg-inspired GIFs to celebrate Mother's Day, as well as serve as a helpful and hilarious reminder that Wahlberg/Samberg want you to say hi to your mother on their behalf during the holiday. Check out all these GIFs below, which include an appearance from one of Hollywood's best moms Amy Poehler and another piece of Wahlberg wisdom for your mother. And, you know, say hi to your mother for us.
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