GQ's November issue marks at least the third magazine cover on which the cast of “Glee” has “gone wild” – they got the same treatment on the front of both Rolling Stone and In Touch this year – but this time around, they’re getting wild while wearing less clothing.
Scratch that – Cory Monteith, who plays the lovably dense jock Finn, remains fully dressed. It's Dianna Agron, who portrays cheerleader and one-time pregnant teen Quinn, and Lea Michele, who plays the uptight and determined Rachel Berry, who show markedly more skin.
Agron admits in the interview that she's "never been shot in so little clothing."
See more photos from the “Glee” GQ cover shoot
You can expect the unexpected when Simon Cowell brings his UK talent competition "The X Factor" to the U.S. next year.
"I’m not going to tell people in advance what we’re doing," he teased to Deadline.com. "What I will say is that it will be like nothing else you’ve seen before on American TV, I guarantee you that."
What's more, the former "American Idol" judge says the show will have zero rules.
Rachel McAdams previously dated "The Notebook" co-star Ryan Gosling, and now she's romancing current "Midnight in Paris" cast mate Michael Sheen. Coincidence? Maybe not.
"I usually take away one close relationship from every job, some romantic, some not," the 33-year-old Canadian actress tells the November issue of InStyle.
Not surprisingly, McAdams, who has also dated actor Josh Lucas, says she doesn't have a type when it comes to what she's looking for in a guy. "I like to be surprised by people," explains the "Morning Glory" star, "and I find that makes life a lot easier too, when you just accept what's coming your way."
But that's not to say McAdams doesn't go after what she wants as far as men are concerned. "I'm not shy," she tells the magazine. "But I feel like I give off more confidence than I really have. I get in trouble for being overly friendly at times."
Steel yourselves, "Iron Man" fans – the third installment of the hit movie starring the metallic Marvel character has an official release date. According to SlashFilm.com, "Iron Man 3" – which hasn't yet started filming – will arrive in theaters on May 3, 2013.
Robert Downey Jr. and Gwyneth Paltrow are expected to reprise their roles as billionaire Tony Stark and his love interest/former assistant Pepper Potts for the third go-round. Meanwhile, director Jon Favreau has told MTV he'd like to see Iron Man doing battle with his archnemesis The Mandarin, a martial artist who wears 10 magical rings that produce everything from fire to ice to disintegration beams.
Before Downey suits up for that film, however, he'll be playing Iron Man in the superhero ensemble "The Avengers." Set to star Mark Ruffalo as The Hulk, Chris Hemsworth as Thor, Chris Evans as Captain America and "Iron Man 2" star Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow, the film is set to land on the big screen May 4, 2012.
Don't expect to see Christie Brinkley lining up behind those other actresses for a little boost of Botox. The 56-year-old supermodel says she swore off the face freezer after an injection went awry.
"I actually tried it when I was approaching my fiftieth birthday and I thought, OK, I'm gonna, you know, spruce up for the big 5-0," she told Sharon Osbourne, Leah Remini and Julie Chen on the premiere episode of "The Talk" yesterday.
"They put this thing in my forehead, and I was like, 'Oh my God! That kills me!' and I immediately lean forward. I guess I must have moved it, because then my eyebrows, they went like this," Brinkley continued, pushing her brows down into an angry, pained wince. "And you know what? When your eyebrows go like that, it's depressing. You are as depressed as you look."
After "How I Met Your Mother's" below average fifth season, things weren't looking a lot better for this one. However, Monday night's episode restored my faith that this show has still got it.
"House" alum Jennifer Morrison guest-starred for the first of several episodes as Zoey, a woman who's "perfect" for Ted (where have we heard that before?) - except for the fact that she's protesting his plans to replace an old New York building with Barney's company's headquarters.
Ted shows how far he will go for a girl by claiming to be a veterinarian and planning to join in the protest against himself... until Barney throws a wrench into those plans via a giant billboard with his face on it (and he is dressed as a wizard in the photo, also for a girl).
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