Jeff Bridges
November 18th, 2010
11:29 AM ET

GQ's men - and babe - of the year

GQ has announced its Men of the Year and they include James Franco, Jeff Bridges, Drake, Stephen Colbert, and…. Scarlett Johansson?

Yep, the sultry "Iron Man 2" star was crowned the magazine's Babe of the Year, an honor she likely appreciates as much as her craft.

"It just satisfies some part of you," she says of acting. "There’s this indescribable thing that happens when you know that something’s working, a sense of the timing and everything coming together… I like taking apart something and trying to figure out what will make this interesting to watch. What’s going to make this…delicious.”

GQ's Men (and Babe) of the Year


Trailer Park: 'Red' is for 'Riding Hood,' 'Green' is for 'Lantern'
November 18th, 2010
11:00 AM ET

Trailer Park: 'Red' is for 'Riding Hood,' 'Green' is for 'Lantern'

It's the dark versus the light as the trailers for "Red Riding Hood" and "Green Lantern" make their debut.

"Twilight" director Catherine Hardwicke is helming the big-screen adaptation of the classic fairy tale "Red Riding Hood," and, as the trailer reveals, the moody plot revolves around a young woman, a pale, brooding man, and - naturally - a wolf. Hmm… haven't we seen this before?

Amanda Seyfried, who plays the title character, tells MTV, "Catherine Hardwicke has just completely turned this story into something edgy and gothic and dark… Fans will be surprised by the tone of the film. Catherine just completely throws it into this dark world, and it's a little scarier than it was meant to be when it was written. We had this freedom to go far with it, so whatever preconceptions the audience has, they should throw it out the door."


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November 18th, 2010
10:10 AM ET

Lohan clan not happy with 'Glee's' LiLo jokes

Gwyneth Paltrow may have rocked it on this week's episode of "Glee," but there are a few people who aren't so happy with her performance - like the Lohans.

In between the singing and dancing, the show poked fun at Lindsay Lohan's stints in rehab. Paltrow's character Holly Holiday, who was subbing as a Spanish teacher, tried to teach the students how to say things like, "Lindsay Lohan is totally crazy, right?" and, "How many times has Lindsay been in rehab?"

In a statement from Dina Lohan's attorney on behalf of Dina and her children, the family says they were hurt by the jokes, adding, " we are sadly disappointed in the writers’ choice to have such a huge talent like Gwyneth Paltrow relay such hurtful words against a contemporary."

"Glee" and the show's network, Fox, declined to comment.

What do you think? Was "Glee" out of line with the LiLo jokes?

Rachel Zoe: Yes, I'm pregnant
November 18th, 2010
09:30 AM ET

Rachel Zoe: Yes, I'm pregnant

Now this is bananas: Super stylist Rachel Zoe has confirmed that she is expecting a baby!

For weeks, there have been whispers that the 39-year-old star of Bravo's "The Rachel Zoe Project" was expecting a visit from the stork, but she remained mum – until now.

"Hey everyone! I want to officially confirm to my loyal friends and followers that I am pregnant," Zoe, who is married to new media entrepreneur Rodger Berman, wrote on Twitter. "I feel great, Rodger and I are beyond excited and so thankful for all of your love and support."

The couple, who have been married for 12 years, are reportedly expecting a boy, according to E! Online. Just imagine what that kid's wardrobe will be like….

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