Emma Thompson, left, and Pierce Brosnan, cast members in "The Love Punch," share a laugh before a press conference for the film on day 8 of the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival at the TIFF Bell Lightbox on Thursday, Sept. 12, 2013 in Toronto. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)
The book that Alicia Silverstone read in the 9th grade that said "'Tis a far, far better thing doing stuff for other people" clearly had an effect on her; she's long been a vegan PETA supporter, and now she's adding breastfeeding advocacy to her repertoire.
It's true, nothing gold can stay, and by "gold" I mean "Two and a Half Men, the worst CBS show you're not watching." While Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer have resigned their contracts for a third season (Kutcher at a $700,000-per-episode payout; Cryer at, I don't know, a gum wrapper and a damp Nickelback ticket stub?),
[Thomas James Bond Crowne must have said something rather amusing to Carrie Bradshaw. Wait wait! Don't tell us. Something to do with sex, right? Isn't that always the way. Dapper man + smart woman = copulation jokes. On the set of I Don't Know How She Does It. New York, February 7. Image via Splash.]
[On the set of I Don't Know How She Does It. New York, January 24. Image via Pacific Coast News Online.]
- Sandra Bullock has allegedly decided to divorce Jesse James.
- Lindsay Lohan keeps saying she's hard at work on something, and now we may know what's been keeping her so busy: At Perez Hilton's birthday party this weekend, she debuted a new song called "Stuck."
- Kevin Smith says the way the media covered him being kicked off a Southwest flight was, "Pathetic. I was unfairly bounced and discriminated against, but they never bothered to tell that story. They just went with the easy fat jokes."
Last night's 67th Annual Golden Globes saw laughs, tears, surprises, disappointments, and lots of drinking. In this gallery, we compile how these moments played out among stars.
- Lady Gaga, Gay Activist! She "was the highest-wattage celebrity to attend both the Human Rights Campaign dinner Saturday night and the National Equality March on Sunday." Reporter Dan Zak writes: