He may have just formally announced his split from wife Miranda Kerr, but Orlando Bloom was still out today doing the press rounds and being his generally perfect self.
The current Romeo & Juliet star even flashed a smile for the paparazzi as he got into his car. Ooo and look, he’s reading Life Size by Sam Falls. Maybe all he needs after this is pretty pictures of California.
Still, even after rumors that Miranda had been cheating on him, Orlando had absolutely nothing bad to say about his baby mama. Read More »
Michael C. Hall lost a little track of time today in Hollywood, CA and received a parking ticket. The Dexter actor flashed his ticket at the paparazzi and shrugged it off. We all know he can afford to a parking ticket, so why not?
Since finishing up Dexter, Michael has lined up his next project. He’s heading to Broadway to star in Will Eno’s The Realistic Joneses along side Toni Collette, Marisa Tomei and Tracy Lett.
The existential comedy’s storyline centers on neighboring couples who live in identical houses and share the same last name. Read More »
Looks like celebs are taking to Kickstarter once again to fund for their movie!
Well, sorta. Well, a fake movie. Well, it’s not actually on Kickstarter. But that doesn’t make it any less awesome! Kill Your Darlings co-stars Daniel Radcliffe and Dane DeHaan were guests on MTV After Hours where they filmed this parody Kickstarter video looking to raise money for their “hardcore sex” movie, Snowy River.
There are Brooklyn accents, a cameo from Alan Rickman and much, much more. Check out the video above and tell us how much you love it in the comments! I won’t lie, if this was real, I would have donated.
Hugh Jackman put on quite a show Saturday night (October 12, 2013) in his One Night Only benefit for the MPTF (Motion Picture & Television Fund) at Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California. It also just happened to be Hugh’s 45th birthday Saturday night.
The showman raised a whopping $1.85 million for the Motion Picture & Television Fund. The song and dance man performed for such celebrities as Tom Cruise, Darren Criss, Olivia Munn, newly out soccer player Robbie Rogers and more! Read More »
Before we get into talking about Zachary Quinto‘s current role on Broadway, can we chat about the fact that he’s being flanked by identical, red-headed ladies?
I’m really hoping that those are the friends Zachary was running errands with yesterday in Manhattan. The Star Trek star was being his adorable self yesterday in the Big Apple. Oh Zachary, being snazzy on the streets and on the red carpet.
Seriously, that man is glowing. Do you think it has something to do with his current role on Broadway? Read More »
Celebrities, celebrities, as far as the eye can see! And they’re all there for theater! I love when everything starts premiering on Broadway.
We’ve seen celebs over at Romeo & Juliet, the super talented folks of The Glass Menagerie and today we’re bringing you all the celebs from the red carpet at the opening night of Big Fish.
I won’t lie, I really appreciate that Zachary Quinto is a fixture at most of these opening nights. Especially with his super thick glasses. I wonder why he and Zach Braff didn’t pose together. Read More »
If in the next 17 weeks you have a chance to go to New York City, do yourself a favor and go see The Glass Menagerie. You will be moved, inspired, enraged, overjoyed–you will feel all the feelings that great theatre should give. And this folks is truly great theatre.
The latest revival of Tennessee Williams‘ classic memory play opened at the Booth Theatre on Broadway last night, and all our favorite stars were out for the occasion.
Zachary Quinto, who stars as Tom, looked particularly happy on opening night. Read More »
Broadway stud Nick Adams joined The Skivvies In Concert at 54 Below nightclub last night (September 23, 2013).
This “musically thrilling” undie-rock, comedy-pop duo (made up of singer-actors Lauren Molina and Nick Cearley) don’t just strip down their musical arrangements, they literally strip down to their underwear to perform their distinctive mashups and eccentric originals for cello and ukulele, with touches of glockenspiel, melodica, and a surprising array of under-used instruments.
Nick Adams is quite the looker, so make sure to launch the gallery and check out Nick performing in the gallery. Video from the show is below. Read More »