"He has a weird accent. I'm from Toronto - I have a Canadian accent - and my wife's from Boston, but we live in New York City. He has this weird accent." Mike Myers is baffled by his three-year-old son Spike's odd twang.
Pop star Adam Levine is planning a huge family with his new wife, model Behati Prinsloo.
“We’re definitely going to do it. I want to have 100 kids. I want to have more kids than would be socially responsible. I don’t know when we’re going to do it. We can’t do it right now (but) I think it’s absolutely in the works for some future date.”
The Emmys just took place a few days ago but most of TV's biggest shows don't have time to waste celebrating (or sobbing). Here's a look at where two of the Emmys' most nominated shows are filming right now.
The Good Wife
Julianna Margulies was one of Monday's big winners for lead actress in a drama but she didn't have long to celebrate before she was needed back on the set of The Good Wife. Today Julianna and company are filming on location at 46th St and 5th Ave in New York City.
Orange Is the New Black
Orange Is The New Black walked away with a win for Uzo Aduba (Crazy Eyes) in the Guest Actress Category but it lost Best Comedy series to five-time winner Modern Family. The loss is largely attributed to its placement in the comedy category raising the argument that a new dramedy-esque category needs to be created for the Emmys.
The loss certainly isn't slowing the show down. You can catch them shooting today around around Blue Hill Plaza and Veterans Memorial Dr, Pearl River, NY.
To learn more about where your favorite TV shows are filming check out my Daily Filming Locations at On Location Vacations.
Lena Dunham and Kate Mara were stunned when a large cardboard backdrop fell on them during a premiere at the Venice Film Festival on Thursday (28Aug14).
The TV stars were in the Italian city to represent fashion house Miu Miu and its short film series Women's Tales at the festival, and they were posing on the red carpet when the cardboard backdrop fell down and hit them on the head.
Mara joked about the incident on Twitter.com, posting an image of her and the Girls actress giggling as men rushed to restore the poster to its original position. She writes, "Best red carpet ever w/ (with) @lenadunham @MIUMIUofficial when a poster fell on our heads while we tried to be sultry..." and Dunham adds, "Unlike most things, this was truly SHOCKING."
Kirsten Dunst, Dakota Fanning and British actress Felicity Jones were also at the event. The film festival runs until 6 September (14).
Houdini star Adrien Brody showed off his real-life escapology skills when he slipped out of locked handcuffs at a museum dedicated to the famed daredevil this week (beg25Aug14).
The actor, whose miniseries depicting the life of the illusionist is due to be broadcast in the U.S. next month (Sep14), attended the Houdini Museum in New York City to promote the show.
He happily posed for photos wearing an original pair of the escapologist's handcuffs, and when museum curator Roger Dreyer told onlookers there was no key, Brody stunned the crowd by slipping them off his wrists, according to New York Post gossip column Page Six.
Comedienne Joan Rivers' daughter Melissa has confirmed her mum is "resting comfortably" after suffering cardiac and respiratory failure during a medical procedure on Thursday (28Aug14). The veteran funnywoman was undergoing routine surgery on her vocal chords at a clinic in New York City when she stopped breathing and was rushed to nearby Mount Sinai Hospital.
The New York Daily News reports Rivers was later placed in a medically-induced coma, and doctors are planning to take the 81 year old out of the it this weekend (30-31Aug14) and assess any damage.
Rivers' daughter Melissa flew from her home in California to be with her mum in New York, and gave an update on her mother's condition late on Thursday night.
A statement to Us Weekly via Mount Sinai Hospital representative Sid Dinsay reads, "I want to thank everyone for the overwhelming love and support for my mother. She is resting comfortably and is with our family. We ask that you continue to keep her in your thoughts and prayers."
Comedienne Joan Rivers has reportedly been placed in a medically-induced coma after suffering cardiac and respiratory failure during a medical procedure on Thursday (28Aug14).
Rivers was getting her vocal cords checked at a clinic in New York when she started fighting for breath. She was rushed to Mount Sinai Hospital and placed in a coma as members of her family were alerted to her condition.
The New York Daily News reports doctors will take the 81 year old out of the coma this weekend (30-31Aug14) and assess any damage.
Her aide Graham Reed told the Daily News, "She’s not conscious, but she’s stable." Initial reports suggested Rivers was in a critical condition. A spokesman for the hospital has released a brief statement, which reads: "Her family wants to thank everybody for their outpouring of love and support. We will provide an update on her condition as it becomes available."
The comedienne's daughter Melissa has reportedly flown to New York from her home in California to be at her mother's bedside.
Wrestler Jake 'the Snake' Roberts has been hospitalised after falling ill with double pneumonia. The veteran WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) star was flying from Atlanta, Georgia to Las Vegas, Nevada on Wednesday night (27Aug14) when he fell ill.
He was taken to hospital upon landing in Sin City and diagnosed with double pneumonia. He has been in and out of consciousness ever since, according to TMZ.com.
His friend and fellow wrestler Sinn Bodhi tells the website Roberts visited a doctor two weeks ago, diagnosed with the flu and told he needed to rest.
Roberts is currently in the Intensive Care Unit and doctors are hoping to keep him in hospital over the weekend for a series of tests.
Bodhi is hopeful his friend will make a full recovery, saying, "Right now, we're all just staying positive."
Earlier this year (14), Roberts, who was inducted to the WWE Hall of Fame in April (14), underwent surgery to remove a cancerous tumour from his knee.
Country star Dolly Parton has become the latest star to take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge after pal Kenny Rogers nominated her for the chilly charity task.
The Jolene singer filmed herself bracing for a dousing, and then challenged Rogers to donate more to the ALS Association for "the wet T-shirt contest".
Parton said, "Kenny said, 'You'll never do it with your false hair, your false eyelashes, and your false nails'. Kenny, you'd be surprised at what I do with my falsies for a good cause and a good laugh." She then took the plunge at her Tennessee home, adding, "Although, I didn't challenge anyone, I do challenge everybody to make a generous donation like I did!"
Parton joins an army of celebrities who have taken the plunge to raise cash and awareness for the ALS Association.
Actress Jessica Alba's lifestyle endeavour The Honest Company has grossed almost $1 billion in just two years.
The Sin City star launched the company, which sells natural, non-toxic items including diapers, household cleaners and vitamins, in 2012 and it is expected to earn $150 million (£88.2 million) in 2014, with most of its profits coming from the company's monthly subscription plans.
Executives for the organisation are now planning to expand into China, England and Australia and they are thinking of taking the company public on the stock market. Honest chief executive and co-founder Brian Lee, says, "We believe being a public company is the best path for us going forward and it's good to get that validation early on. "I can't say when that will be, but we are definitely starting to think and act like a public company."
Executive Jeremy Liew praises Alba for bringing her celebrity to the company to help drive its profits. He says, "She is an international star. We're starting to see a lot of demand from her fans around the world."
Alba adds, "We value the support of our partners and customers in helping us make a meaningful impact in the marketplace. We dream big at The Honest Company and continuously strive to make the world healthier and more sustainable today and in the future."
director of program development("American Playhouse")
An "underground" newspaper and its publisher/editor sturggle to survive in the face of financial disaster. The editor is a driven man whose whole life has been a series of failures. When he does finally succeed in building a huge media empire, he finds it is "lonely at the top."