While Christian Louboutins are sometimes the celebrity shoe of choice, Hilary Swank, 36, is just as comfortable rocking shoes from Payless.
This isn’t to say you won’t spy her feet in a pair of red-soled stilettos every now and again, but rather that Swank, as she puts it, has “a deep understanding of what a dollar gets you and how far to make that dollar go.”
So when it comes to sartorial sense, as Swank revealed to InStyle magazine, she’s not a slave to labels. “You don’t have to have a brand name on to be stylish,” Swank said.
As word spread that Joaquin Phoenix’s film, “I’m Still Here: The Lost Year of Joaquin Phoenix," depicted the former actor exhibiting some oddball behavior, many began to question if the movie was a true documentary or just one really elaborate joke.
The trailer cleverly evades that question, answering nothing other than perhaps a personal query of whether or not one wants to trek to watch the entire film.
According to the trailer, Phoenix realized that he is akin to “drops of water," on top of the mountain of success. (Stay with us.)
If you watch “True Blood,” there really isn’t much on the latest cover of Rolling Stone that you haven’t already seen before, rivulets and spatters of blood included.
The hit HBO show is known for unabashedly delving into a mix of blood, sex and violence that even at its most disturbing – as some called the scene from an earlier season three episode, in which Bill literally made Lorena’s head spin in the bedroom – it leaves viewers thirsting for more.
"True Blood" creator Alan Ball said he wouldn't have it any other way, regardless of how many fictional awkward teen girls spring forth to pine for their sex-refusing vampire boyfriends. If it's about vampires, Ball told Rolling Stone, it's got to have some sex.
Today in the "Showbiz Tonight" morning meeting, the entire staff couldn’t stop talking about that fed-up flight attendant, Steven Slater, since it looks like the guy is going to Hollywood and getting his own reality show.
But Slater's also at the center of a lot of controversy today, with some people saying this guy is a fake. Slater burst into the news last week when he announced on a JetBlue flight that he was so over his frustrating job, grabbed a couple of beers and activated the emergency chute.
He quit his job on the spot and became an instant hero for every disgruntled employee in America - but his story just might be a big ol’ farce.
That much-rumored “Sopranos” movie may be sleeping with the fishes for now, but Edie Falco said she’d happily glue on those acrylic nails again for another whack at Carmela.
“I would definitely be interested in being involved,” Falco, who played Tony Soprano’s wife on the hit HBO series, told The Hollywood Reporter.
“I would be fine if it never happened, but I would also love to go back there and see all the people I love again," Falco said. "Who knows? I'm not the one making the decisions and I would jump at the chance to participate.”
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