If you can't appreciate the "Snow White" story, Kristen Stewart's a little concerned.
The 22-year-old actress, who stars as the fair princess in this weekend's "Snow White and the Huntsman," told CNN that she can't imagine why someone wouldn't be able to enjoy the "Snow White" tale, seeing that it's lasted through generations.
"It's so completely fundamental I think you would have to be kind of a sociopath not to connect to the story," Stewart said. "It's about being good, it's about being a part of a whole and sort of valuing more than your looks."
Neil Young's taking it old school to celebrate the upcoming release of some new music.
Young and Crazy Horse are set to release "Americana," a collection of American folk tunes, on June 5. The songs, some of which were written as early as the 1800s, are meant to capture the spirit of the U.S.
And to add to the album's arrival, the singer has also released a short film.
As is the case for a lot of long distance couples, Michael Bublé and his wife, 25-year-old model/actress Luisana Loreley Lopilato de la Torre, rely on technology to keep the home fires burning while he's on the road for months at a time.
Lately, they've been staying in touch with "a lot of Skype dates," the Canadian singer told "Entertainment Tonight Canada."
"I miss her, though," the 36-year-old admitted. "So it's just been nuts. She's been going back and forth."
It's been a rough few months to be Mary J. Blige.
First there was that controversial Burger King commercial she starred in for the chain's crispy chicken wrap (which, following criticism, was quickly snatched out of rotation), and now her charity is being sued for allegedly not paying a $250,000 bank loan.
According to a court filing dated May 15, her charity, Foundation For Advancement of Women Now - otherwise known as FFAWN - is being sued for the principal amount, interest and attorney fees for the loan that was taken out in June 2011.
Thankfully Paramount didn't have just one shot at naming its forthcoming Tom Cruise film.
The studio has swapped the title of "One Shot," an adaptation based on Lee Child's popular book series about a tough-living former U.S. Army cop, to the name of Cruise’s lead character, Jack Reacher, reports THR.
It's the first film adaptation of the literary sequence surrounding the battle-scarred drifter who uses his extensive military training for good.
Jay-Z and Kanye West are heard but not seen in their new music video for their "Watch the Throne" track, "No Church in the Wild."
The Romain Gavras-directed video for the album standout is set in the streets of Prague and filled with scenes of Molotov cocktails and tense standoffs between police and protesters.
But for every masked fellow we see in the clip, none of them are Jay, Kanye or collaborator Frank Ocean, which left Entertainment Weekly wishing a famous face would appear to "spice things up a bit."
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