Katy Perry may have said that she's looking forward to a break, but the singer isn't taking one before snapping up another business opportunity.
The 27-year-old is the new spokesperson for Popchips, and will serve as a "brand ambassador" for the company in an ad campaign in the fall, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Alfred Hitchcock, one of the few film directors equally adored by critics, film scholars and the box office, was notorious for his explanation of the difference between surprise and suspense: A bomb explosion will surprise the audience, but a bomb planted under a table will keep them in suspense.
And for the Master of Suspense, the 1950s were an "extraordinarily productive decade," says film professor Raymond Foery, with 1972's "Frenzy" being considered Hitchcock's final masterpiece. The film, which gets a close examination in Foery's new book, “Alfred Hitchcock’s Frenzy: The Last Masterpiece” (Scarecrow Press), is celebrating the 40th anniversary of its nationwide U.S. theatrical release this month.
“The Voice” has just harnessed more star power.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Rob Thomas has just joined the singing competition as a mentor.
Kristen Stewart can count Lady Gaga among the celebs coming to her defense in the wake of a cheating scandal involving the "Twilight" star and a film director.
Gaga tweeted some words of sympathy for Stewart and her co-star/boyfriend Robert Pattinson on Wednesday, not long after Stewart publicly apologized to Pattinson for her fling with filmmaker Rupert Sanders. Sanders, who helmed Stewart's "Snow White and the Huntsman," is married with two kids.
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