Rocker Adam Levine and his supermodel fiancee Behati Prinsloo have exchanged vows in Mexico. The Maroon 5 frontman and the Victoria's Secret model wed at Flora Farms in Cabo San Lucas on Saturday evening (19Jul14).
The bride wore a Marchesa gown and reports suggest Stevie Nicks, who will join Levine as an adviser on the next season of TV talent show The Voice, performed at the nuptials.
The couple will honeymoon in South Africa, according to E! News.
Levine proposed to Prinsloo a year ago (Jul13).
The wedding bash began with a celebrity-studded beach party on Friday Night (18Jul14). Levine's bandmates, Robert Downey, Jr., Jason Segel, Jonah Hill and models Erin Heatherton and Coco Rocha were among the guests.
David Arquette's fiancee has confirmed reports she is set to wed the actor, insisting she is "the luckiest girl in the world". The Scream star popped the question to his entertainment reporter girlfriend Christina McLarty during a family dinner at Mastro's Ocean Club in Malibu, California on Wednesday night (02Jul14).
The actor's 10-year-old daughter Coco and his two-month-old son Charlie were also reportedly present.
McLarty tells Us Weekly magazine, "He is the love of my life and I love him and my family so much. I feel like the luckiest girl in the world!"
The news comes just a week after Arquette's ex-wife Courteney Cox announced her engagement to Snow Patrol rocker Johnny McDaid.
The former Friends star and Arquette were married for 11 years before they split in 2010.
Actor David Arquette is reportedly engaged, just days after his ex-wife Courteney Cox confirmed she is set to marry again.
The Scream star proposed to his entertainment reporter girlfriend Christina McLarty during a family dinner at Mastro's Ocean Club in Malibu, California on Wednesday night (02Jul14), according to EOnline.com. The actor's 10-year-old daughter Coco and his two-month-old son Charlie were also reportedly present at the dinner.
The news comes just a week after Arquette's former partner Cox announced her engagement to Snow Patrol rocker Johnny McDaid. The former Friends star and Arquette split in 2010 after 11 years together.
Actress Courteney Cox is engaged to her rocker boyfriend Johnny Mcdaid. The former Friends star took to Twitter.com on Thursday (26Jun14) to share the good news with her followers by posting a close-up shot of herself with her new fiance, along with a caption which read: "I'm engaged to him!"
The Snow Patrol star, 37, posted the same 'selfie' on his Twitter page, and wrote, "I'm engaged to her!"
Cox, who recently celebrated her 50th birthday with McDaid in Turks and Caicos, began dating the rocker last year (13) after mutual friend Ed Sheeran set them up.
The couple reportedly moved in together in April (14).
This is the first marriage for McDaid and the second for Cox, who split from ex-husband David Arquette in 2010 after 11 years together. They have a 10-year-old daughter called Coco.
It might not be as glamorous as Cannes or as cool as Sundance, but the Los Angeles Film Festival has just as much to offer as its larger counterparts. Between high-profile premieres of blockbuster films, international competition entries and some of the most exciting indies around all premiering at LAFF every year, there's plenty to pay attention to. But if you were unfortunate enough to let the this year's fest — which ran from June 11 to 19 — we've got you covered with a rundown of the most talked-about films to premiere at LAFF, and what the critics are saying about them. Now you can make all of your friends think you're cooler than you actually are.
They Came Together The Amy Poehler/Paul Rudd romantic comedy you’ve been waiting for is less about the relationship between the central couple, Joel (Rudd) and Molly (Poehler), and more about skewering every last trope of the genre. Written and directed by Wet Hot American Summer’s David Wain, the film lovingly parodies the traits, characters, conversations, and comically large apartments that appear in every rom com ever made, while allowing two funny, good looking people to fall in love in an entertaining way.
“The script’s on-the-nose descriptions of each character (as described by the characters themselves) actually works to frame them as self-aware people forced to play out roles we have seen before and allows the hilarious cast to play within those lines. Poehler and Rudd have a natural chemistry that makes them believable as the two leads in love, but their comedy also blends well making it clear they are having fun with each other and the characters they are playing.” – Allison Loring, Film School Rejects
"Wain leads his well-known cast through spoofs of such classics as When Harry Met Sally, Annie Hall, The Graduate and the sharp-elbowed comedies of Tracy and Hepburn. Each gag makes you wish you were watching the original, although a clench between Joel and his grandmother (Lynn Cohen) that almost leads to incestuous coupling deserves credit for sheer audacity. Most of the time, however, the actors on the screen seem to be having much more fun than the audience will." - David D'Arcy, Screen Daily
Cut Bank A small town crime drama set in Cut Bank, Montana that centers on a former high school football star (Liam Hemsworth) desperate to find a way out of his town. After he accidentally films the murder of the town mailman, he is offered a reward that would give him enough money to leave for good, but things aren't a simple as they seem, and he finds himself caught in a tangled web of deception and danger.
"...Shakman lets the scenes unfurl with a clunky pace and little verve, simply exaggerating the irony and naivety in the town as his main go-to points. It only makes sense that [John] Malkovich’s sheriff has never fired his gun and carries an aversion to violence; likewise with Palmer, who itches non-stop after a Miss Cut Bank pageant title even while she wants nothing more than to skip town. Thankfully humor seeps in through the edges of the film and its characters, sometimes on purpose and other times not." - Charlie Schmidlin, The Playlist
Dear White People A satire of college movies that tackles race relations and privilege in society, Dear White People follows four students as an Ivy League university — golden boy Troy (Brandon P. Bell), activist radio host Samantha (Tessa Thompson), Colendra "Coco" Conners (Teyona Parris), who has dreams of being a reality TV star, and shy misfit Lionel Higgins (Tyler James Williams) — after a planned "African American"-themed party thrown by a group of white students starts a riot on campus.
"If it ultimately feels modestly edgy rather than shocking or dangerous, 'Dear White People' nonetheless provokes admiration for having bothered to ask some of the hard questions without pretending to know any of the answers. It also works as a fine showcase for its actors: Fleshing out characters that could have been little more than one-note mouthpieces, Williams, Thompson, Parris and Bell all make strong, distinctive impressions, with Thompson perhaps the standout as the film’s sharpest and most enigmatic figure." - Justin Chang, Variety
The Last Time You Had Fun With a cast full of comedians and sitcom alums, The Last Time You Had Fun puts a grown-up twist on the standard "wild night out" comedy. After Ida (Eliza Coupe) forces her sister Alison (Mary Elizabeth Ellis) to blow off some steam with her, they find themselves bickering and partying with Clark (Kyle Bornheimer) and the sweatpants-clad Will (Demetri Martin), as the four of them attempt to have the most fun that four older, dysfunctional adults could possibly have.
"Granted, the excesses of Bridesmaids or The Hangover are not essential to sparkling relationship comedy, but Fun lacks an edge, or even much of an attitude. Blandly risqué situations, featherweight banter and a hint of implied sexual impropriety have all the heft of an extended cable sitcom episode. Or maybe it’s the casting, which draws extensively on the TV comedy background of the four leads, who all acquit themselves adequately but can’t achieve sufficient character differentiation within the ensemble. Undistinguished locations, flat lighting and primarily static setups perpetuate the small-screen aesthetic, which at least bodes well for the film’s transition to home entertainment formats." - Justin Lowe, The Hollywood Reporter
Echo Park The debut film from photographer Amanda Marsalis, Echo Park is a story about two people who come together "across cultural, economic and racial boundaries." Sophie (Mamie Gummer) is an unhappy housewife who moves from her Beverly Hills home to the up-and-coming neighborhood of Echo Park in order to shake up her predictable boring life, who finds herself drawn to Alex (Tony Okungbowa) after she buys his couch. But their burgeoning relationship might have to be put on hold, since he's about to leave for London...
"It’s Marsalis’ direction, and the fine performances from Gummer and Okungbowa that elevate the film above what it might have been, given the issues with the script and story that hover around the edges of cliché and stereotype (the worst offender: Sophie’s mother). While the dialogue, especially the scenes between Sophie and Alex, works well, the story beats are oddly laid out, rushing through some important character and relationship establishing moments, and dwelling too long in moments where the characters are making frustrating, selfish choices. Still, the end of the film avoids falling into the traditional romantic film trap, leading to a message that’s a bit more complicated and nuanced than expected." - Katie Walsh, IndieWire
"People were so worried about it, she actually went to the doctors and they were sonogramming it, looking at it, poking at it... When people see something they can't believe, then they go, 'It has to be fake...!' But it's real. I told her if she had implants I would have blew (sic) them out by now." Rapper Ice-T insists his wife Coco Austin's big butt is all real.
"I have three dogs, Coco, Toulouse and Ophelia - and I slipped on Ophelia's pee the other week. I slammed into a wall and broke three toes. It was really awful and my toe is still healing. It makes me want to jump off a cliff thinking about it." Pop star Ariana Grande is still hobbling through the pain after breaking three toes in a bizarre home tumble back in March (14).
Irish rockers Kodaline have convinced bosses at cereal giant Kellogg's to change a new advert amid fears the soundtrack is too similar to their tune All I Want. The band took to Twitter.com last week (ends15Jun14) to complain about the commercial's music, claiming it sounds just like a track from their hit debut album In a Perfect World.
A post on the group's account read, "Hey Kelloggs UK we nearly choked on our cornflakes this morning when we saw your new ad. #writeyourownsong #whataripoff."
Representatives for the company, which makes popular brands such as Cornflakes and Coco Pops, have now responded to Kodaline's complaint, revealing they have now commissioned a new song for the commercial.
A statement from the company reads, "The song used in our current storybook ad is an original created by an artist called Libby Kash.
"However, being mindful of Kodaline's concerns, as a gesture of goodwill, we have decided to change the song. The new song will be in place the next time we run the ad."
Actress Jessica Alba has landed a new role as a spokesperson for coconut water brand Zico. The Fantastic Four star has been championing the health benefits of the fruit drink for years and now she has signed up as the face of the company's Crack Life Open campaign, which encourages people to be realistic about how they can maintain a healthy diet.
And Alba reveals even her two daughters, Honor and Haven, have fallen in love with Zico's products.
She tells People.com, "I was an early adopter (of coconut water)! Water can get a bit boring. What's the alternative to just water?
"This tastes like a treat. My kids are obsessed (with the chocolate flavour). That's all they want. I've even brought it when we have a family dinner out. I'd rather them have that than (what) they have at the restaurant. It just feels better."
Zico is a rival to the Vita Coco drinks firm, which boasts singer Rihanna as a spokesmodel.
Drew Barrymore has been given the ultimate praise as a new mum - her mother-in-law insists she's the greatest parent. The actress is mum to 19-month-old Olive and Frankie, who was born last month (Apr14), and Coco Kopelman can't believe what a great job she does juggling work commitments with her duties as a mum.
Kopelman tells Life & Style magazine, "She is the quintessential mother. With the new baby, she's very delicate. With Olive, she makes her laugh... she clowns around with her on the floor. She's a real entertainer, which is what she's done all her life."
And Coco is a very proud grandmother too, adding Olive is "very affectionate".
She says, "She loves to pat Frankie on the head. It's very cute! It's exactly what you want for two little girls who are 19 months apart."