Julia Stiles will always be my hero for her perfectly tempestuous performance as Kat Stratford in 10 Things I hate About You (“Remove head from sphincter, then drive!”). But believe it or not, she has moved on with her life, and now is expecting her first child with fiancé Preston J. Cook.
Matt Damon is promoting the fifth Bourne movie (I honestly hope they make a thousand of those things) on the cover of this month’s GQ, and—in a twist—the magazine’s editors chose to interview other people about the actor for their story. Though it marks a full 180 from last month’s considerably more revealing profile…
In today's Tweet Beat, if I used emojis, I would wholeheartedly agree with Julia Stiles, Alyssa Milano is breastfeeding and Neil deGrasse Tyson continues to be the coolest.
10 Things I Hate About You is officially 15 years old. How much do we love this movie? Let us count the ways.
Lindsay Lohan has moved back into her teenage bedroom on Long Island with mom/"cool mom"/party friend Dina because Thomas Wolfe was wrong: you CAN go home again. Supposedly she's returned home to help pay the mortgage on the Lohan family abode (although she herself is strapped for cash, so I don't really see how…
Last night in Beverly Hills, some of the Oscar nominees gathered at Spago for The Hollywood Reporter Nominees' Night event. No one really knew what to wear, so there were cocktail dresses next to jeans and Snoop Dogg rocked a knit cap.
R.Patz is hoping Water For Elephants will help him slough off Edward Cullen. I don't know about that, but the NYC premiere was as grown-up as it gets.
LA, Jan 29: Actress and award presenter Julia Stiles, who will play me in the Lifetime Original Movie wherein I am stalked by my husband's stalker but eventually dramatically prevail, at the 63rd Annual Director's Guild Awards.
Between Christian Bale's turn as a slapstick Jesus, whatever the hell was going on with Helena Bonham Carter, and one celebrity's areola on display, there was a lot to take in during the subtle moments of last night's Golden Globes.
"How wonderful life is, now that Gaga's in the world," warbled Elton John. Hyperbolic? Maybe: but red carpets are sure a lot weirder! The amfAR New York Gala is always star-studded and fab, but it's never been this...odd.
When stars slum it on Broadway, apparently they make their dressing rooms ridiculous, according to the Wall Street Journal:
Julia Stiles realized she was, like the rest of us, sick to death both of celebrity fashion lines and the willingness of certain bold-faced names to jump on the "green" bandwagon. So she created the awesomely parodic Julia Stiles Styles.
The Cinema Society & Hugo Boss screening of Inglourious Basterds in NYC was star-studded, full of win, and had a gratifying dollop of awful. In short, it's a good one, kids. And supersized!