It’s no secret the new R-rated comedy “Bad Teacher” reunites former celebrity couple Cameron Diaz and Justin Timberlake. But wasn't it just a little awkward on set for the two famous exes? Apparently not.
"The secret is that we're adults and we've moved on,” Diaz told CNN on Monday at the press junket for the film. “I mean Justin and I love each other. We care about each other. There's no reason for us to be angry or have resentment...Life goes on, and both of our lives have gone on. We've both had a lot of love in our lives since."
Likewise, Timberlake did not shy away from his continued affinity for his ex-girlfriend.
Hollywood loves a sequel, and “Salt” is no exception.
Angelina Jolie’s 2010 summer action movie yielded close to $300 million worldwide (with $118 million of that coming from U.S. receipts), and Sony is planning a sequel, Deadline reports.
"Salt" writer Kurt Wimmer is already working on a script for CIA agent Evelyn Salt’s next chapter. As those of you who’ve seen the Phillip Noyce-directed movie will recall, the ending left open the possibility of a part two.
According to Deadline, Jolie, who starred in another sequel this summer with “Kung Fu Panda 2,” is interested in tackling the role of Salt once again “if it comes together right."
Whether you fully supported Reese Witherspoon’s call for stars to reclaim their dignity and stay out of sex scandals or felt that her speech sounded more like preaching, you had plenty to say on the matter.
Witherspoon’s words at the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday resonated with some commenters, who praised the star for taking advantage of the opportunity to speak out.
“It is about time someone with class stood up to the nonsense that is making the news these days," commenter Laura said. "Millions of teenage girls and boys were tuned in to this show and have now heard the message.”
Millions know the song, have seen the video and even memorized the moves of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller,” and now the highest bidder can own the jacket Jackson wore in what’s touted as “the most famous music video of all time.”
Beverly Hills auction house Julien’s Auctions calls the red and black calf leather jacket with winged shoulders one of the most recognizable and famous garments of the 20th century, an item that “sparked a 1980s fashion craze like none other.”
“It is truly the most iconic piece of pop culture history,” Darren Julien, president of Julien’s Auctions, tells CNN. “You see the jacket and you know what it [is] immediately and who it belonged to.”
Congressman Anthony Weiner has revealed that he lied about posting an explicit photo on Twitter and confessed to sexting women while married.
Weiner, who is married to Huma Abedin, described his actions of sending the pictures as “dumb,” “destructive” and “deeply, deeply hurtful." He now joins the ranks of other celebrities who have had to speak out after finding themselves right in the middle of an explicit photo scandal when photos are “leaked.”
What politicians and celebrities do in their private lives is their business, but when you lie to the very people who elected you, repeatedly in Weiner’s case, it speaks to one's integrity and honesty. I wouldn’t vote for him.
Get ready to "awww."
In the video below, an adorable tyke dons the familiar blue jacket - complete with striped tie - as worn by the Dalton Academy Warblers on Fox's hit show "Glee."
With Darren Criss' character Blaine and the rest of the Warblers serving as a backdrop on the television, the mini-Gleek launches into a rendition of "Teenage Dream," as performed on a November, 2010 episode of "Glee." He's even got his own dance moves!
Criss himself admits that the little singer gives him a run for his money. "I have been replaced. Blaine Anderson, move over," he wrote on Twitter, posting a link to the video. "Putting us Warblers to shame, you handsome devil!"
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