The first photo of "Breaking Dawn's" steamy scene between Bella (Kristen Stewart) and Edward (Robert Pattinson) has been unveiled, and it has fans swooning.
"Wow this picture is amazing... so natural and sensual... I can't wait to see [the] movie in November!!!!!" commented Amasai on "Twilight's" official Twitter page. Added missmolliekate1, "What i wouldn't give to be Kristen [Stewart]."
The photo also had an almost-fatal effect on a few Twi-hards. "Oh I get it... you're trying to kill us! THISISWAYTOOCUTEFORMYEYES!" MomsenStew said of the sexy shot. For PattinsonLadies, it was all about Edward's arm: "Rob's bicep! *DEAD*"
Can anyone tell me how many times Kim and NeNe have stopped being friends?
Honestly, these two are the quintessential definition of "frenemies," and we watched it blow up yet again on Sunday night's episode of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta."
Things were already tense enough on the Kandi and Kim tour bus, what with Kim's constant complaints and requests to pull over every few miles for a smoke break. And Kandi's nerves were completely worn out with Kim and Sweetie's mouths.
Anthony Hopkins battles the devil as a priest who specializes in exorcisms in "The Rite," but in real life, he's battled a different demon: alcohol.
"I drank anything I could back in the old days," Hopkins, 73, tells CNN. "Whatever I couldn't eat — whatever I couldn't chew — I [drank]."
The Oscar winner, who admits he was once quite the partygoer, says one drink in particular almost destroyed him. "Tequila was my hooch," he says. "That nearly undid me, drove me nuts, so I stopped."
It's hard to pinpoint what went wrong last season with "Big Love." Between the all-too-symbolic opening credits, the casino and Željko Ivanek's creepy pregnancy schemes, it just wasn't as good as we've seen in seasons past.
The show's return on Sunday night for its final season offered hope that things might be on their way to improvement. The premiere focused on the Hendricksons, and how Bill's decision to publicly reveal their secret just after being elected to state senate has affected them.
One of the kids was bullied at school, leading Nicki to (of course) confront the bully, something which came back to bite all of them at a school assembly.
Talk about revenge of the nerds.
The Golden Globes was indeed golden for the geeks as they swept the awards. “The Social Network” racked up four awards (we wonder if Zuckerberg mentioned that in his Facebook status) for best dramatic motion picture, best screenplay, best director and best original score.
The gleeks also had something to sing about as “Glee” won for best television series – comedy or musical, while cast member Jane Lynch snagged best actress in a supporting role in a series, miniseries or made for television motion picture, and co-star Chris Colfer was named best actor in a supporting role.
“The Big C” star Laura Linney won a best actress in a TV series - comedy or musical Golden Globe on Sunday, but sadly, the 46-year-old actress wasn’t there to accept it.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, the day before the awards show Linney’s father, playwright Romulus Linney, died of lung cancer at the age of 80 at his home in Germantown, New York.
The funeral for Linney’s father will be private, and he is also survived by his wife, Laura Callanan and daughter Susan Linney.
Linney, who portrays a straight-laced suburban mom who decides to loosen up after being diagnosed with cancer on the Showtime series, beat out Toni Collette (“United States of Tara”), Edie Falco (“Nurse Jackie”), Tina Fey (“30 Rock”) and Lea Michele (“Glee”) for the honor.
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