She may look otherworldly, but super-sexy movie star Megan Fox tells Moviefone she wants to appear more “human.”
In the interview, Fox, 25, says she feels that people see her as a "glorified pin-up girl.” She adds, “I feel people think I'm almost like a robot — like an android...I just don't really get portrayed as someone who has feelings or who is sympathetic… like a self-absorbed ice queen.”
Films like “Jennifer’s Body” or “Transformers” feature characters who are “not necessarily [people] you connect with." As Fox puts it, there aren't "real people necessarily who exist like that - the glossy lips in the middle of the desert.”
[Editor's Note: If you want to stay unspoiled about the premiere of the CW's "Ringer," stop reading now - potential spoilers await!]
Sarah Michelle Gellar may not be staking vampires in the CW's "Ringer" but we're nonetheless happy to welcome her back to TV. (SMG, and “Lost’s” Nestor Carbonell, might we add.)
Tuesday night’s premiere of “Ringer” was one of the most hyped of the season, and the gripping pace and plot kept our attention. That being said, we still need an episode or three before we’re completely sold.
The hour-long premiere was packed with info: We first meet SMG as former stripper Bridget, a key witness in a high-profile murder case and six months sober.
The Primetime Emmys are on Sunday, and "Mad Men" star Christina Hendricks knows exactly what lucky fellow she'll walk the red carpet with.
The 36-year-old actress, who's nominated for a best supporting actress in a drama series Emmy, told NYMag's Vulture that she'll be attending the ceremony with a 19-year-old Make-A-Wish participant.
She explains: "I'm an ambassador for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and one of the children, his wish was to go to the Emmys, so he's going to be my date."
Somehow we missed this for the past few days: If you haven't seen it, we present to you a Twitvid of Bobbi Kristina, daughter of singers Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown.
The 18-year-old submitted an a capella rendition of Adele's "Someone Like You" - a.k.a., the song most likely to be covered by any and everyone in 2011 - via Twidvid over the weekend, and about 192,000 have tuned in for a listen.
Michelle Williams does her best Marilyn Monroe for the October issue of Vogue, and the 31-year-old actress says preparing to portray the Hollywood icon "felt like being reborn." But first, she had to get over her fears.
"As soon as I finished the script, I knew that I wanted to do it, and then I spent six months trying to talk myself out of it," Williams tells Vogue. "But I always knew that I never really had a choice. I've started to believe that you get the piece of material that you were ready for."
Read the full interview with Michelle Williams in Vogue
The movie spotlights the turbulent behind-the-scenes story of "The Prince and the Showgirl's" filming in 1956, and revolves around Marilyn Monroe and set assistant Colin Clark (played by Eddie Redmayne).
After Anderson Cooper mocked Snooki’s New York Times best-selling novel this summer, the “Jersey Shore” star took the high road: She invited him, via Twitter, to go spray-tanning with her.
Well, technically she invited “Mista Anderstand Cooper.” Whoops – small Snooki typo.
Not only did Cooper take Snooks up on her offer, he also filmed their tanning date for the second episode of his talk show, “Anderson.”
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