Did you guess the butt? Because it's totally the butt. That's where everyone has a secret tattoo that they show only two people in the world. But what two people?
Judi Dench turns 78 today, and although she's been in a boatload of Shakespeare plays and Bond movies, perhaps her most idiosyncratic accomplishment was bringing a pet fish back from the dead.
Last night at the Tate Modern in London, the Royal World Premiere of Skyfall took place. British red carpets are rather amusing: Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall were rubbing shoulders with former Page Three gal Kelly Brook and tacky heiress Tamara Ecclestone. Most of the luminaries on hand looked…
For weeks and weeks, we've been speculating about whether Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel were actually engaged or whether they were just toying with our fragile minds. There were definitely doubts—she wasn't wearing a ring, he celebrated his birthday without her—but now it appears they've gone and made it…
Your Monday morning sad: Dame Judi Dench says she's losing her vision and now needs people to read scripts to her. Diagnosed with macular degeneration, a condition that damages the retina and can lead to blindness, she can't see faces in front of her and needs lenses, glasses and bright lights to help her – at one…
The Dame and frequent onscreen Queen turns 77 today. In honor of her birthday, check out this 2007 interview in which she discusses bad reviews of her first stage performances. Even Dames were nervous schoolgirls once!
Unlike many people her age, the amazing Dame Judi Dench, who's 76, is not thinking about retiring:
Nicole Kidman recently admitted that she'd (shocker!) been using Botox. And she's not the only actress to tamper with her most important tool — her face. But Helena Bonham Carter refuses to jump on the immobility bandwagon.
Over the weekend, Hortense wrote about the inevitable backlash that takes place when a female star gets big. Which got us wondering: which women are backlash-proof? And why?
The much-hyped new musical Nine is based on Federico Fellini's classic 8 1/2 and stars six Oscar-winning actors, but critics find it disappointing. It seems the film is crippled by the same problem plaguing its main character: lack of inspiration.
It was an A-list family affair at NYC's Ziegfeld Theatre Nine premiere: Madonna and Lourdes; Goldie and Kate; Mary-Kate and Ashley - and, of course, the lovely galaxy that is the cast. And, yes, it was amazing:
For one thing, Jude Law stars, in drag, as a supermodel named Minx. Lily Cole, glimpsed here briefly in the trailer, plays model Lettuce Leaf; Dame Judi Dench is the fashion critic, and Simon Abkarian, who starred in Potter's 2005 film Yes, does a brilliant-looking turn as a very Galliano-esque fashion designer named…