House of Cards' Claire Underwood is a multi-faceted character. As Robin Wright portrays her, Claire can occasionally play nice — but mostly she's the cold and reserved, a counterpoint to the passionate and manipulative Frank Underwood. In the recently released season two, many, including this website, have used the…
"I don't know whether to be proud or terrified," Frank Underwood declares in one of the new teaser trailers for season two of the Netflix hit series House Of Cards. Pretty sure he's referring to his wife, Claire Underwood, whose steely strength and frosty aura — she really is a one-woman polar vortex — are back in…
Just when you thought binge TV watching was over until at least Easter, House of Cards has served up a new trailer. Frank Underwood, played by Kevin Spacey, is as cunning and terrifying as his toupee and it looks like his wife Claire, played by Robin Wright, is too.
Just last week I was shouting "WHAT THE HELL IS DUCK DYNASTY?" And now it looks like I'll never really know (nor will I want to), because every sensible person in the universe is furious at Duck Dynasty for a lot of reasons.
Last night at the 65th annual Emmy Awards, there were plenty of nice, safe, beautiful gowns… But the red carpet also saw a few ugly dresses and ill-conceived ensembles. Let's just jump right in, shall we?
Precocious and sexually curious 14-year-olds of the '90s will be thrilled to hear that Kiernan Shipka will be starring as prima ballerina and brotherfucker (SPOILER) Cathy Dollanganger in the Lifetime remake of V.C. Andrews' Flowers in The Attic. Perfect! Sorry, Kristy Swanson. First Buffy, now this.
Over the weekend in Washington, DC, celebrities converged at the annual White House Correspondents ' Dinner, rubbing elbows with journalists and political types. What does one wear to hear President Obama make jokes about himself? Full-length gowns and bare shoulders.
Bet you did Nazi this coming! Publicists/the fates diced and soaked locally-sourced ingredients for a gazpacho of Internet greatness when Justin Bieber stopped by Amsterdam's Anne Frank House on his European tour. He wrote in the museum guestbook:
For her first English language film, French filmmaker Anne Fontaine (best known for 2009's Coco Before Chanel) decided to direct an adaptation of Nobel Prize-winning author and bad bitch Doris Lessing's novella "The Grandmothers," about two lifelong friends who carry on affairs with each other's hunky surfer sons.…
After months, months of breathless waiting, I tell you, Jessica Simpson has revealed that she is, in fact, pregnant again. Finally! I will get a non-fitful night's sleep for the first time in many moons. Simpson, who gave birth just seven months ago to baby Maxwell Drew with her fiancé Eric Johnson, revealed the…
Back in 2010, when Daniel Radcliffe put on the sorting hat and it said "Maker's Mark," he admitted to the press that he had been drunk during the filming of much of the later Harry Potter movies and decided to teetotal for awhile. Unfortunately, not anymore: last night he was thrown out of New York's Beauty Bar—okay,…
- In the September issue of Elle, Julia Roberts says she refuses to get Botox because, "Your face tells a story and it shouldn't be a story about your drive to the doctor's office..."
- There's a rumor that Sean Penn was thrown out of the Governor's Ball last night for punching Greg Shapiro, a Hurt Locker producer reportedly dating Robin Wright. Though there are numerous sources, gossips can't seem to get their stories straight:
- A wax doll impersonates Demi Moore in this latest Helena Rubinstein perfume ad, shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott (the same team behind her atrociously 'shopped W cover). Can't wait for the "before" shot, Demi! [PhotoshopDisasters]
- MTV's breakout hit Jersey Shore will be back for another summer. Vinny spilled to a reporter:
For pure star power, variety of getups, successes and head-scratchers, the 16th Annual ELLE Women in Hollywood Tribute at Beverly Hills' Four Seasons Hotel scores some serious points. Especially for the spoonful of Julie Andrews.