We've already covered how this is Beyoncé's world, and the rest of us just live in it, so it's no surprise the 31-year-old was able to pull Oprah Winfrey out to her HBO documentary premiere in New York on Tuesday night.
"I only did this for you!" Oprah told Bey on the red carpet. "I haven’t been on a red carpet in God knows when."
Given how much money the "Harry Potter" franchise made, we'd get it if Daniel Radcliffe decided he didn't really have to "try" anymore.
But the 22-year-old actor, despite his success playing the titular boy wizard in the series, says he's more than willing to put in just as much work to land roles as an unknown would.
"A lot of people need convincing, because they’ve only seen me do one thing," Radcliffe explained of how he's overcoming any lingering "Potter" bias. "The first thing I say when I go into any meeting with a director is, 'I want to read for this.' Because, apparently, [of] the number of actors that don’t read and won’t audition for things."
You won't see the People magazine cover featuring "Twilight" star Taylor Lautner, along with the headline "Out and Proud," at the newsstand. It's a fake.
The image bears the celebrity magazine's title logo across the top, with 19-year-old Lautner brooding below it in a leather jacket and jeans.
The "exclusive" cover story claims that Lautner is "tired of rumors," and that readers could expect for him to open up "about his decision to finally come out." Dated to look like a January 7, 2012 issue of the mag, a quote on the cover has Lautner saying, "I'm more liberated, and happier than I've ever been."
In the upcoming adaptation of Jonathan Safran Foer's novel "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close," Oscar winner Sandra Bullock takes on an assignment she wasn't anticipating: playing a widow who loses her spouse in the 9/11 attacks.
That's not a spoiler, but rather the set-up for the film, which stars Tom Hanks as the husband of Bullock's character and Thomas Horn as the couple's 9-year-old son, Oskar.
Bullock, who is also a mom in real life to son Louis, told CNN that she had "no conscious desire to make a movie about 9/11," but that there was something about the story that intrigued her.
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