The thinking person’s reaction to three-time Oscar nominee, one-time Oscar winner Marisa Tomei playing the role of Aunt May in Spider-Man: Homecoming is well summed up in this tweet:
After watching Moonlight nab Best Picture during one of the most exciting moments in Oscar history, it took us a few hours for Madeleine and me to calm down. But after regaining composure we sat down to dissect the glorious mess of an evening, from the winningest films to the winningest feuds, for the latest episode…
Empire’s Season 2 premiere was an auspicious one, to say the least. In the first several minutes, a host of cameos by people (including Rev. Al Sharpton, André Leon Talley) and designers (two mentions of Tom Ford, plus Gucci, albeit “last season”) exemplified how much cachet the show has garnered after just one…
Marisa Tomei will have a guest role on Empire’s second season, and so will Kelly Rowland and Lenny Kravitz, Chris Rock, Alicia Keys and Oprah.
Heavens be, how was this not common knowledge? Hugh Grant and Marisa Tomei made a romantic comedy called The Rewrite. Grant stars as a washed up screenwriter forced to take a job as as college professor to make ends meet and Tomei plays his student. Yup, sounds about right.
After admitting on The Talk last week to undergoing eye enlargement surgery at the behest of a racist Dayton, Ohio TV studio back in '95, Julie Chen has clarified that she has not had a nose job. Any difference you see above is due to expert contouring, witchcraft and wizardry.
In the immortal words of R. Kelly, after the show it's the after party. Last night, Oscar-nominated A-list celebs flocked to the Vanity Fair bash, where they mingled with TV stars and luminaries of the music world. The dress code was half pretty, half sexy. It was a night of many beautiful mammaries. Some ladies let…
Pretty darn horrid, in fact.
The second annual Governors Awards at the Grand Ballroom, Hollywood and Highland, brought out starpower — and clothes to match. We're not saying that's always a good thing...
The Art of Elysium, a nonprofit foundation that provides artistic workshops to children with serious illnesses, held it's 10th annual gala last night, and the celebrities came out in full force to show their support.
Okay, for some reason it was at the Beverly Hills Hotel. And Sharon Stone was there. But 46664 and the Nelson Mandela Foundation's launch of 'Mandela Day' brings out our best selves!
Last night, the Academy Awards were, as they always are, kinda boring, and definitely too long. Still, that didn't stop us from picking out stars to pick on, and falling in love with Sophia Loren.