Mariah Carey's mix-up, and more news to note
November 14th, 2013
05:35 PM ET

Mariah Carey's mix-up, and more news to note

Today's talk you might've missed:

  • If you didn't like Mariah Carey's "Art of Letting Go," it might be because you heard the wrong version. The singer shared on Facebook Thursday that a brand new sound engineer accidentally uploaded the wrong mix of "Art of Letting Go" to Facebook on Monday. Take a listen to the properly mixed version of the single and see if you can hear the difference: [Mariah Carey's Facebook]
  • Laura Prepon knows what you need: The actress isn't limiting her time on "Orange is the New Black" to just one episode. She'll officially be back for four during the second season. [Popdust]
  • Miley Cyrus feels like she's "one of the biggest feminists in the world," because she "tells women not to be scared of anything." Agree or disagree?
  • We don't know who or what got Jake Gyllenhaal riled on the set of his movie "Nightcrawler," but we do know the actor's fit of anger landed him in the hospital. Apparently he punched a mirror on set Wednesday and then needed to get stitches. [People]
  • Prepare yourselves: Adam Levine might be named People magazine's Sexiest Man Alive next week. [GossipCop]

Filed under: While you were working
'Noah': First look at Darren Aronofsky epic
November 14th, 2013
03:58 PM ET

'Noah': First look at Darren Aronofsky epic

The History Channel tackled the entire Bible earlier this year, but acclaimed director Darren Aronofsky is zeroing in on one story in particular.

The "Black Swan" helmer has taken a dive into the tale of Noah and the Ark, and has come up on the other side with a dramatic action film.

In addition to directing the project, Aronofsky also wrote the screenplay, and the first trailer for the film depicts Noah first having disturbing visions of the destruction that awaits, and then accepting his challenge with steely resolve.

Russell Crowe portrays the Biblical figure in the upcoming release, which also stars Jennifer Connelly, Emma Watson, and Anthony Hopkins as Methusulah.

Scheduled to arrive on March 28, 2014, "Noah" isn't the only movie in the works about a Biblical hero. Ridley Scott's "Exodus," slated for December 2014, stars Christian Bale as Moses.


Filed under: Celebrities • movies • Trailer Park
Taylor Swift fit right in at Victoria's Secret Fashion Show
November 14th, 2013
03:14 PM ET

Taylor Swift fit right in at Victoria's Secret Fashion Show

The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show doesn't air on CBS until December 10, but in the meantime there's Instagram.

A number of the models in last night's runway show - which taped in New York City - have been sharing candid snapshots from behind-the-scenes of the lingerie event, which included performances from Taylor Swift and Fall Out Boy.

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Filed under: Music • Taylor Swift • television
Justin Bieber apologizes to Argentina
November 14th, 2013
12:51 PM ET

Justin Bieber apologizes to Argentina

Justin Bieber's trek through South America has taken another scandalous turn.

After allegations of brothels in Brazil and food poisoning in Argentina, he's now been accused of disrespecting the Argentinian flag during one of his concerts in the country.

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Filed under: Celebrities • Justin Bieber • Music
Mark Wahlberg blasts Hollywood - but not Tom Cruise, specifically
November 14th, 2013
11:53 AM ET

Mark Wahlberg blasts Hollywood - but not Tom Cruise, specifically

Mark Wahlberg has a bone to pick with Hollywood.

At a premiere Q&A for his upcoming movie, "Lone Survivor," the 42-year-old actor set the record straight for those who might be confused: training to play a Navy SEAL in a movie, as he did for his upcoming film, is nothing like becoming the real thing.

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Filed under: Celebrities
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