Ask and ye shall receive: after we wished True Detective's Michelle Monaghan would stop getting underwritten supporting roles, a trailer for her new movie, Fort Bliss, is out.
I love True Detective. I love the eerie, deserted bayou setting, Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey playing against type as well as playing off each other, and the themes of existential horror as personified by that hulking figure in the tighty whities and the gas mask.
In an interview with the magazine Glam Belleza Latina, Salma Hayek managed to make the 50 pounds she put on when she was pregnant with daughter Valentina in 2007 sound like she spent 6 months in a cage playing mah jongg with the pinheads in the 1932 movie Freaks.
How do stars know which events are compulsory? Like, how do they hear about an "Evening of Cocktails and Shopping to Benefit the Children's Defense Fund" and know everyone will be there, looking fabulous? Maybe there's some secret cabal of mind-melding managers...Rosario Dawson makes simple neutrals stunning. …
You've seen the Source Code poster, in which Jake Gyllenhaal has to strike all kinds of uncomfy action poses. Luckily, the premiere was more restrained. Some of it, anyway.There are so many things to look at here that even the irrepressible Vera Farmiga is virtually hidden. Sometimes Jake Gyllenhaal just looks…
The world premiere of Iron Man 2, at Hollywood's El Capitan Theatre, was so chock-a-block with strange shoes and sexyface and shiny, unhappy dresses and short-shorts that we're as exhausted as if we'd been clomping around in an iron suit.
It's going to be okay. After the train-wreck that was the Golden Globes, the stars all showed, chastened and sheepish and back in form for Saturday's SAGs. Christina, Marion, Penelope...it's so nice to have you back!
- Lindsay Lohan, finally addressing her disastrously received first Ungaro collection, says, "I am learning." But she will be back in Paris for the next show! "It's already in January. I thought it was in March." January? January means couture.
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!