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Johnny Depp Probably Didn’t Wash His Hair For The Venice Film Festival, But It’s Okay Cause He’s Amazing In ‘Black Mass’

September 4th, 2015 // Leave a Comment

And as Celebitchy pointed out, at least Johnny Depp did us all a favor and left the scarves at home.

While Johnny has never been one to particularly love the red carpet, he did look quite uncomfortable today at the photocall and premiere of Black Mass at the Venice Film Festival. Amber Heard, on the other hand, looked happy and fantastic. They have been married since February 3, 2015.

And while we may be judging Johnny on his looks, apparently his performance in Black Mass is something to marvel at.  Read More »

Tom Hardy And Wife Charlotte Riley Break Baby News At The ‘Legend’ London Premiere

September 3rd, 2015 // Leave a Comment

Although if you ask me, all eyes were actually on Tom Hardy‘s dog Woody.

Tom and his wife Charlotte Riley surprised everyone on the red carpet today when Charlotte showed up at the London premiere of Legend with a serious baby bump. Well, I can’t say I’m totally surprised by this, since they never did tell anyone they got married either.

It was just sort of a thing that happened. This will be the couple first child together, and the second child for Tom.  Read More »

Chris Evans Proves He Knows How To Work A Red Carpet For The Premiere Of His Movie ‘Before We Go’

September 3rd, 2015 // Leave a Comment

So, the movie might not be getting great reviews, but whatever because Chris Evans is getting high marks for his red carpet wardrobe.

The Captain America actor was looking especially handsome last night at the Hollywood premiere of his directorial debut, Before We Go. You know, that’s the movie with Chris and Alice Eve meeting in a train station and having unexpected adventures together.

Exactly the time of movie you’d expect Captain America to direct, right?  Read More »

Jake Gyllenhaal Takes His Signature Hotness To The Venice Film Festival While His Movie ‘Everest’ Gets Okay Reviews

September 2nd, 2015 // Leave a Comment

Fun fact you guys: Jake Gyllenhaal is not actually the star of Everest.

I know! It’s hard to believe. But Jakey is actually a supporting actor in the film. Still, plenty of the focus has been on him and I mean, who I am to deny you guys the chance to see Jake in all his handsome glory at the Venice Film Festival today?

The actor had a busy day, starting off with the Everest photocall, and ending with the Venice Film Festival opening ceremony and the Everest premiere.  Read More »

Adam Lambert Stuns The Crowd At His First Ever Festival Performance, Remains Perfect While Doing So

August 31st, 2015 // 3 Comments
Adam Works Out
Adam Lambert
And obviously it's sexy,entertaining, perfect. Read More »

UPDATE: Thank you to @riskyladyfla who explained this was Adam’s first UK festival performance. It all makes sense now. Also, new photos in the gallery. 

I mean, would you expect anything else from Adam Lambert? That’s what I thought.

Adam was on fire yesterday when he hit the stage in Birmingham, England for day 3 of the Fusion Festival. Fun fact guys: this was his first festival performance. Like, ever. That totally blows my mind. Doesn’t everyone do the festival circuit at some point?

Well, actually, when Adam came off that American Idol high, he didn’t really need the festival circuit. And he’s has done just fine without it. But obviously, he gave it his all yesterday.  Read More »

Benedict Cumberbatch’s ‘Hamlet’ Opens To Glowing Reviews For The Actor, But Less Glowing For The Show

August 26th, 2015 // Leave a Comment
Benedict Vs. Tom
Benedict Cumberbatch & Tom Hiddleston
The Benedict Cumberbatch vs. Tom Hiddleston dance off we need. Read More »

Isn’t that just the worst? You’re giving the performance of a lifetime, but the rest of it just isn’t working.

That seems to be the predicament Benedict Cumberbatch has found himself in with his London production of Hamlet at the Barbican Theatre. After last night’s opening, pretty much all the critics praised Benedict’s Hamlet.

The Guardian has a great roundup of all the reviews from last night, with the The Guardian‘s own review being my absolute favorite.  Read More »