According to the Wall Street Journal, two young stars have the hottest haircuts of the year: actress Emma Watson and singer Justin Bieber. The paper has dubbed their hairstyles the "Most Influential" of 2011.
“Hairstylists are being inundated with requests for pixie cuts and the Bieber swish,” the WSJ notes. (As you can see in the photo above, though, Bieber doesn't even have the "Bieber swish" anymore - he cut his hair in February.)
Nonetheless, the paper continues, “The enthusiasm plays out online, where the fastest-rising searches for celebrity haircuts on Google are for Ms. Watson and Mr. Bieber.”
AMC’s hit Western drama will be back for another season.
The network announced Tuesday that their popular new series is officially on for another round. The railroad drama is the second-highest rated series on AMC, after zombie fest “The Walking Dead.”
“Hell on Wheels,” set in the post-Civil War era, stars Anson Mount as a former Confederate soldier and rap artist Common playing a former slave. The two men work together on the first transcontinental railroad amidst the chaos of the changing country.
The first season finale airs January 15 at 10 p.m. ET.
As was mentioned in April, Justin Bieber is set to star opposite Mark Wahlberg in an as-yet-unnamed basketball drama.
But why did he cast the Biebs, who doesn’t have film acting experience? “Intuition,” Wahlberg tells MTV News.
Wahlberg, 40, made the amazing jump from fluffy hip-hop sensation to serious actor, and apparently he has faith that the 17-year-old entertainer can do the same.
According to TMZ, "American Idol” judge Steven Tyler might be engaged to longtime girlfriend Erin Brady.
The 63-year-old rocker and his 38-year-old lady love were photographed in Maui on Christmas, with Erin flaunting a rather large diamond solitaire. The bauble could be nothing at all, but TMZ cites sources who claim the pair are indeed engaged.
Tyler’s manager, Eric Sherman, tells CNN that he has “no comment.”
Overall, 2011 wasn’t a good year for Hollywood studios, but a couple of big flicks lost serious money.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, "Mars Needs Moms" was the top flop on their list of the year's biggest box office failures. Disney’s animated feature had a $150 million budget, but only grossed $39 million worldwide.
Warner Bros.’ “Sucker Punch” was an action flick failure, grossing $89.8 million after being made on a $82 million budget.
Earlier this month, a woman who must be a really, really big Drake fan got herself inked in honor of the superstar.
But according to MTV’s RapFix, the rapper/singer isn’t too pleased with the tribute.
Perhaps it's the location that he's most displeased with: The superfan got "Drake" tattooed on her forehead.
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