I do not know how much Christina El Moussa knows about houses, but she definitely knows her way around pitching a tent.
American sweetheart AnnaSophia Robb is the eye candy of child actresses back in the day. And now that she has grown up, she is definitely one stunning lady.
She is known to play roles in films such as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Bridge to Terabithia, and The Way, Way Back. But what she is really known for is her main role in the television series, The Carrie Diaries.
That is a pretty impressive list of acting roles for someone so young. She made a mark and we are definitely looking forward to what is in store for her in the future. Take a look below!
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This year, the Latin Grammys were all about watching artists from all over the world come together and put on performances you have never seen before. There were some exhilarating moments and others that will tug at your heartstrings. We are recapping (or telling you, if you missed it) all the moments that made the Latin Grammys worth watching this year.
News broke in October that Anna Faris has reportedly moved on with cinematographer Michael Barrett following her split from Chris Pratt in August, and things seem to be heating up between them. On Wednesday, Anna and Michael looked totally smitten while riding a water taxi in Venice, Italy. The couple flashed sweet smiles and stared lovingly into each other's eyes as they took in the beautiful sights. Later that evening, Anna and Michael were spotted holding hands during a romantic stroll around the city.
Michael is listed as the cinematographer on Anna's upcoming film Overboard, so it's likely that the two met on set. While neither Anna nor Michael have publicly addressed their romance, the pair has been spotted out together on several occasions, including a lunch date in Malibu back in September.
We don’t know much about Belgium but we do know some of the world’s most amazing-looking women live there including model Elise Crombez.
Starting off her career by entering a modeling contest, Elise didn’t find it hard to succeed in the industry. It didn’t take her long to land huge campaigns for prestigious fashion brands like Prada, H&M, Versace, Valentino, Galliano and so many more.
Of course, just one look at her and you instantly know she’s got everything going for her. The hazel-eyed lass is striking and is a very strong presence on and off the catwalk. She definitely doesn’t look 35 years old to us!
If you’ve never heard of Elise Crombez, then consider yourself lucky. We’ve rounded up some of her sexiest photos. Since we’ve done all the dirty work for you, all you have to do now is enjoy the next five minutes scrolling down.
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Prince William had an especially close bond with his late mother, Princess Diana, and has talked openly about their close relationship in recent months ahead of the 20th anniversary of her tragic death. While William hasn't been quite as outspoken about the impact that his parents' divorce had on him and his brother, Prince Harry, there are a few instances that likely influenced and cemented the connection he had with Diana at the time.
Diana and Prince Charles separated in 1992 amid rumors of infidelity on both sides, but particularly concerning Charles's ongoing affair with former girlfriend Camilla Parker-Bowles. It was in 1986 that Charles rekindled their romance, and when Diana caught wind of it, she didn't back down; the normally shy princess pulled a badass move when she confronted Camilla (at her sister's birthday party, no less) about the affair, destroying what little harmony was left in her marriage. By 1995, Diana made another brazen gesture when she did a sit-down, televised interview with BBC's Martin Bashir. In it, she not only made the infamous quote, "There were three of us in this marriage, so it was a bit crowded," but she also revealed that she told William, then 13, about his father's extramarital affair. "I told William, 'If you find someone you love in life, you must hang onto it and look after it,'" Diana said. "'And if you are lucky enough to find someone who loves you, then you must protect it.'"
She went on to admit that she didn't want to end the marriage, saying, "I don't want a divorce, but, obviously, we need clarity on a situation that has been of enormous discussion over the last three years," adding, "I await my husband's decision of which way we are all going to go." In an unprecedented move, the queen sent letters to Diana and Charles requesting that they divorce immediately. The divorce was finalized on Aug. 28, 1996, and Diana was killed in a car accident almost one year later. And judging by William's picture-perfect relationship with wife Kate Middleton, we have to imagine that he has taken his mother's advice to heart.
N.E.R.D and Rihanna gifted us with a certified banger called "Lemon" on Wednesday, and the video is equally fire. After letting Rihanna shave her head in a motel room, dancer Mette Towley unleashes her sexiness with a solo routine, twerking, twisting, and popping while covered in glitter and clad in a crop top; it's vaguely reminiscent of Kanye West's "Fade" video, in which Teyana Taylor performs one of the hottest dance routines we've ever seen.
Mette Towley is one of the members of Pharrell Williams's dance squad, The Baes, and has toured with the singer since 2014. She's 26 years old, a Minnesota native, and someone who Pharrell has called "a psychic force" whose "wires are all connected." Check out this video, narrated by Pharrell himself, to learn more about her - then go back and watch the "Lemon" video on repeat.
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Ryan Seacrest is the latest famous name to face allegations of inappropriate sexual behavior.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the ubiquitous TV and radio personality has been accused of acting inappropriately with a former stylist.
This same publication reports that the the alleged victim made a substantial financial request of Seacrest in exchange for her silence.
The American Idol emcee and Kelly Ripa co-host refused said request.
The unnamed woman worked as a wardrobe stylist for E! and says the incident took place about 10 years ago.
No details about her claims against Seacrest have been made public.
A spokesperson for E!, however, has confirmed that the cable network is conducting an investigation into the matter.
And Seacrest has released a lengthy statement in his own defense.
It reads as follows:
Recently, someone that worked as a wardrobe stylist for me nearly a decade ago at E! News, came forward with a complaint suggesting I behaved inappropriately toward her.
If I made her feel anything but respected, I am truly sorry.
I dispute these reckless allegations and I plan to cooperate with any corporate inquiries that may result.
I treat all my colleagues with kindness, dignity, and understanding, as this is a principle that’s core to who I am.
Throughout my 25 years in the entertainment industry, the majority of my co-workers have been women, and I’ve endeavored to foster a positive work environment of mutual respect and courtesy, as that’s how I believe it should be.
I’m distraught that anyone or any situation would call that into question.
I’m proud of my workplace reputation, and believe my track record will speak for itself. I’m an advocate for women.
I will continue to support their voices.
Seacrest, of course, is a very busy and successful producer and host.
He currently sits each morning opposite Ripa on Live With Kelly and Ryan” weekday mornings on ABC; is scheduled to serve as host of that network’s upcoming revival of American Idol next spring.
This news comes amid a wave of sexual harassment and assault allegations that have rocked Hollywood over the pastfew weeks, starting with back-to-back bombshell reports in The New York Times and The New Yorker that detailed allegations of sexual assault by Harvey Weinstein.
Since then, accusations of misconduct have been leveled against such significant stars as Kevin Spacey, Lous C.K. and Jeffrey Tambor, just to name a few.
We'll update this story with more details as news breaks.
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When Prince Charles and Princess Diana ended their marriage in 1996, their oldest son, Prince William, was just 14 years old. At the time, he was a student at Eton College studying biology, art history, and geography and playing soccer and water polo. He hadn't yet begun his official royal duties or military career. For all intents and purposes, he was a normal teenager - besides, you know, the whole being king one day thing - and most normal teenagers are pretty bummed about their parents splitting up. But as second in line to the British throne, William recognized his (future) power and made a promise to his mother that is both incredibly adorable and incredibly heartbreaking.
Charles and Diana's divorce was finalized in August 1996, but some drama surrounding her royal title ensued. Queen Elizabeth II reportedly wanted to let Diana keep the style of her royal highness, but Charles was "adamant" that she give it up - instead, she was given the title Diana, Princess of Wales. The loss of the honorific separated Diana from the rest of the family in such a way that she had to curtsy to those who had it, including her own children. William is said to have comforted his mother after the loss of her title by saying, "Don't worry, Mummy, I will give it back to you one day when I am king."
Tragically, Diana was killed in a car crash just a little over a year after William made his touching vow to her. In the decades after her death, both he and his brother, Harry, have opened up about their mother, sharing stories about their time with her as well as honoring her impact, both with the charities they support and the traditions she's passed on to them.
Princess Diana was many things to many people, but above all else, she was an adoring and doting mother of two sons, Prince William and Prince Harry. While much is known about Diana's special connection with her boys, there's one thing people may not know about Harry's birth in particular: Prince Charles "desperately" wanted a little girl, and Diana, knowing that she was carrying a baby boy, kept the secret from her husband throughout her entire pregnancy.
About a year after Prince William was born in June 1982, Diana was under pressure to produce a spare to the heir. In September 1983, Buckingham Palace announced that Diana was pregnant for a second time, but sadly, she suffered a miscarriage later that week while at the Balmoral estate in Scotland. Cut to early 1984, when Charles and Diana found out that they were expecting again. During her difficult pregnancy, Diana told friends, "I don't think I'm made for the production line, but it's all worth it in the end."
In September 1984, Diana gave birth to a baby boy, Henry Charles Albert David Mountbatten-Windsor, after nine hours of labor and zero drugs. In Andrew Morton's Diana: Her True Story, the princess revealed her husband's "dismay" after welcoming their second child: "Charles always wanted a girl," she said. "Harry was a boy. His first comment was, 'Oh God, it's a boy.' His second: 'And he's even got red hair.'" Charles discounted the comment as a joke, but Diana was extremely hurt and offended: not only had she just endured nine f*cking hours of natural birth, but her older sisters and younger brother, Earl Spencer, all happen to have red hair, a trait that runs in the Spencer family. What's worse, at Harry's christening in December, Charles reportedly told Diana's mother, "We were so disappointed - we thought it would be a girl."
Diana went on to explain that she and Charles were "the closest we've ever, ever been and ever will be" in the weeks before Harry was born, adding, "Then, suddenly, as Harry was born, it just went bang, our marriage. The whole thing went down the drain." She went on to admit that "something inside me closed off," after Harry's birth - especially because Charles had picked up his longtime affair with Camilla Parker Bowles. "By then, I knew Charles had gone back to his lady," she said of the rekindled romance.
Harry's red hair led many to believe that his biological father was actually James Hewitt, an English Army captain who was hired to teach Diana, William, and Harry horseback riding. While Diana and James did carry on an affair in the late '80s, they didn't meet until two years after Harry's birth. And Charles's desire for a baby girl has held strong after all these years, as evidenced by his excitement over the birth of Princess Charlotte in 2015. "I was hoping for a granddaughter - someone to look after me when I am very old," he told reporters during a public engagement that year. "I am really rather thrilled."
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Prince Charles and Princess Diana's 11-year marriage was fraught with scandals, affairs, and, well, the fact that they weren't really all that in love to begin with. But after the birth of Prince Harry in 1984, Diana experienced what she called "some of the happiest years of her life" as a wife and mother - sadly, it didn't last too long. In 1986, Prince Charles rekindled his pre-Diana romance with Camilla Parker Bowles, a relationship that first started back in the early '70s. According to interviews and conversations with friends, Diana never believed that Charles and Camilla had fully broken things off; she even alleged to have found photos of Camilla in Charles's journal during their honeymoon and made the famous statement of there being "three of us" in the marriage, telling Martin Bashir in 1995, "It was a bit crowded."
Diana and Camilla Parker Bowles at Ludlow Races, where Prince Charles competed in 1980. Image Source: Getty / Hulton Archive
In Andrew Morton's controversial biography Diana: Her True Story, first published in 1992, Diana recalled "one of the bravest moments" of her marriage - a calculated confrontation with Camilla herself at a 40th birthday party for Camilla's sister, of all places. The year was 1989, and Diana decided that, after putting the pieces together and realizing that Charles and Camilla were carrying on an affair, she would turn up at the event unannounced and talk to Camilla face to face, once and for all.
Nobody knew Diana was going to show up - she wasn't even invited - and in a truly badass move, the princess interrupted a conversation between Camilla, Charles, and another male guest to speak to Camilla. She looked "really uncomfortable and put her head down," and Diana continued: "OK, boys, I'm just going to have a quick word with Camilla and I'll be up in a minute." The two men "shot upstairs like chickens with no heads," Diana said, adding, "I could feel, upstairs, all hell breaking loose - 'What is she going to do?'"
What Diana did was exactly what she planned to do. Though she admitted to being "terrified" of Camilla, Diana recalled staying "deathly calm." "The voice inside me had said, 'just go for it,'" she said in a taped conversation. "I said, 'I know what's going on between you and Charles and I just want you to know that.'" The princess called Camilla's reply "very interesting": "She said to me, 'You've got everything you ever wanted. You've got all the men in the world fall in love with you and you've got two beautiful children, what more do you want?'" "So I said, 'I want my husband,'" Diana said. "I said to Camilla, 'I'm sorry I'm in the way . . . and it must be hell for both of you. But I do know what's going on. Don't treat me like an idiot.'"
The aftermath from Diana and Camilla's standoff was swift. Diana said that after the party, Prince Charles "was over me like a bad rash, and I cried like I have never cried before," and that in the days after the confrontation there was a "tremendous shift" in their relationship. In frustration, Diana began her own string of extramarital affairs until she and Charles eventually separated, then divorced at the behest of Queen Elizabeth II. The couple managed to stay civil while co-parenting their sons until Diana's tragic death in August 1997. Prince Charles and Camilla were married in 2005.
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Prince Harry's relationship with Suits actress Meghan Markle has taken a few exciting turns this year, and their major milestones have many people pining for another royal wedding. Realistically, though, zero bells will be ringing for the couple until Meghan impresses his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II - and gets it in writing. Due to the Royal Marriages Act 1772, the monarch has the right to veto the marriage of a member of his or her family and is required to give formal consent to any family marriages in order to guard against those that could "diminish the status of the royal house." The fact that Meghan is a divorcée - she was married to Trevor Engelson from 2011 to 2013 - has been widely speculated to hurt her chances, but it actually won't. Not only have modern royal marriage rules become more lax than in previous years, but the queen has technically dealt with that kind of drama before.
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While the Royal Marriages Act originally meant that all royal family members needed consent from Queen Elizabeth in order to marry, a change in the law in 2013 now only applies to the six people closest in line to the throne - Prince Charles, Prince William, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Harry, and Prince Andrew - who need to seek out the queen's permission before popping the question. With the birth of Charlotte in May 2015, Princess Beatrice of York became seventh in line and her sister Eugenie slid down to eighth, so they can essentially marry whoever they want without checking with their grandmother first. And when Prince William and Kate Middleton's third child arrives in 2018, Andrew will be able to do the same.
Before proposing to Kate Middleton in October 2010, Prince William had to get the thumbs up from Queen Elizabeth, and according to BBC News, she "readily gave her consent." Elizabeth signed an detailed notice of approval to the union of "Our Most Dearly Beloved Grandson Prince William Arthur Philip Louis of Wales, K.G. and Our Trusty and Well-beloved Catherine Elizabeth Middleton." The notice was dated Feb. 9, 2011, just two months before Kate and William tied the knot.
Though it's been reported that Harry is "besotted" with Meghan and that she's met his father, brother, and sister-in-law so far, she has yet to meet the queen. If Harry is looking to propose, he'll likely need to earn the queen's blessing sometime soon; and if she objects to Meghan as a worthy wife or feels that she isn't a good addition to the family, she has the right to rule their marriage "invalid." That's right - Harry's grandma could literally say "Nah" and his plans to tie the knot could come crashing down.
Contrary to popular belief, there are no rules that require a prince to marry someone of royal or aristocratic blood, or even a British citizen - but religion is where it gets dicey.
It's not something she has ever done, and she likely wouldn't start with an American actress. Contrary to popular belief, there are no rules that require a prince to marry someone of royal or aristocratic blood, or even a British citizen (and in the case of Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, an incoming royal can even be divorced) - but religion is where it gets dicey. There is no legal barrier that keeps a royal from marrying someone of Jewish, Buddhist, or Muslim faith, or even an atheist, but under the Act of Settlement of 1701, no one in the direct line of succession could marry a Catholic and keep their right to the throne. This is because the monarch also serves as Head of the Protestant Anglican Church of England, which was established back in the 16th century by Henry VIII. In 2015, amendments were made that now allow royal family members to marry a Roman Catholic and become king or queen - however, a Roman Catholic royal still cannot become the monarch. For instance, if Prince George marries a Catholic and raises his children in that faith, they could be prohibited from taking the throne.
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Where her divorce is concerned, Harry's girlfriend shouldn't be too worried. There have been a handful of royal family members who have past marriages and those who have carried on relationships with divorcées. Perhaps most famous was Elizabeth's uncle, Edward VIII, who abdicated the throne in 1936 to marry his divorced American socialite mistress Wallis Simpson, which resulted in Elizabeth's father George VI becoming king. In the '50s, the queen's sister, Princess Margaret, ended her relationship with divorced Group Captain Peter Townsend in favor of her royal status (and went on to get divorced some 30 years later). And as we all know, the queen's eldest son Prince Charles split from Princess Diana and went on to marry his mistress, Camilla Parker Bowles. It was Elizabeth who, likely fed up with doing damage control for Charles and Diana's extramarital affairs, urged the couple to divorce. In December 1995, Buckingham Palace announced that the queen had written separate letters to the couple advising them that "an early divorce is desirable" - an unprecedented move at the time. Their divorce was finalized in August 1996, but as the mother of heirs to the throne, Diana remained an official member of the royal family until her death the following year.
Prince Charles sought the approval of his mother before proposing to Camilla, and their engagement was announced in February 2005. The following month, the queen released her official letter of consent to their union, and the two were married at Windsor Guildhall in England on April 9, followed by a Church of England Service of Prayer and Dedication at St. George's Chapel. Charles is the first member of the royal family to have a civil ceremony rather than a religious wedding, and his parents were not in attendance for their town hall event. It was reported that because the queen "does take her role as Supreme Governor of the Church of England very seriously," she felt it would "be inappropriate to attend that particular part of the wedding." She and Philip were there for the prayer and dedication service and also held a reception for the newlyweds in Windsor Castle.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are still quite a new couple by most relationship standards, but should they start talking marriage, she'll likely have a pretty easy time becoming a princess - because while marrying into the royal family isn't exactly a piece of cake, there are fewer hoops to jump through than most would think.
Pinkies up, everyone - it's time for a crash course in British titles. As any fan of the royal family knows, their titles aren't as simple as "prince" and "princess." No, they carry much longer official monikers like the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke of York. For Americans, these designations can seem baffling. Where do royal titles come from, anyway? Was Prince William always going to be the Duke of Cambridge? Who comes up with this stuff? The answers to all of these questions are at once complicated and weirdly simple.
The Peerage System
It comes down to Queen Elizabeth II to bestow titles on her family members, just as the task belonged to the reigning monarchs before her. She can also give titles to nonmembers of the royal family. The British have a system known as peerage, which is a guide to ranking members of the nobility and aristocracy. This system has been in place for hundreds of years, which means some titles were earned through service to the crown, doing good deeds, or simply being wealthy. Many of these titles later became inherited titles that were passed down through families.
However, when it comes to the royal family, the titles are fairly straightforward. For example, there is no title higher than "duke," aside from king, queen, or prince. That's why Prince Philip is the Duke of Edinburgh and not the king. If he were known as the king, his rank would be higher than his wife's. The title was given to him by King George VI after Prince Philip renounced his Greek and Danish titles in order to marry Elizabeth. Like all of the titles, Duke of Edinburgh is part of the British peerage system. Originally, the owner of a title would also rule the area attached to their name, but in modern times, it's an honorific that doesn't come with the right to control the land.
The wife of the Prince of Wales has the right to be called the Princess of Wales, but because the title is so closely associated with Princess Diana, Charles's second wife, Camilla, has never used it.
The title for the male heir apparent is a bit different. Beginning in the 13th century, the heir to throne became known as the Prince of Wales. No one has carried that title longer than Prince Charles. The wife of the Prince of Wales has the right to be called the Princess of Wales, but because the title is so closely associated with Princess Diana, Charles's second wife, Camilla, has never used it. As for Charles's brother, Andrew, he carries the title of the Duke of York because it has been granted to second-born sons of English monarchs since the 15th century. Before he became King George VI, Prince Albert was known as the Duke of York until his brother's abdication led to him becoming the King of England.
Royals and Commoners
Next comes everyone's favorite royal couple, Prince William and Kate Middleton, better known as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Queen Elizabeth gave her grandson the title of the Duke of Cambridge shortly before his wedding to Kate. Cambridge is one of the many dukedoms in England, but it's especially fitting for William, because as The Telegraph points out, the previous owner of the title also married a commoner for love. It's possible that's why Queen Elizabeth II chose that particular dukedom for her grandson.
Royal titles, like so many things concerning Britain's most powerful family, come down to a combination of tradition and history. Titles like the Prince of Wales were established long ago and continue to be used by the heir apparent, while others, like the Duke of Cambridge, are given at the queen's discretion. Now that you finally know why Kate is actually the Duchess of Cambridge, go pour yourself a hot cup of tea and prepare to mesmerize your fellow royal family devotees with your in-depth knowledge of the ins and outs of all those British titles.
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It's all very well being an actress, model, lifestyle guru, globe-trotting humanitarian, and potential princess-in-training, but who do you hang out with while you're doing it all? Meghan Markle has spent years forming a close-knit set of friends who reflect her world view, work ethic, and Insta-brunch style, and they have become an even stronger support system since her relationship with Prince Harry became public almost a year ago. From a Pilates queen to political royalty, meet the inner circle who will be filling Meghan's side of the church if she and Harry get married . . .
Charlie Heaton and Natalia Dyer are the Stranger Things couple we never saw coming, but we can't get enough of it. After sparking dating rumors in January, the pair, who play love interests on the show, confirmed their romance with a little PDA in NYC. Aside from attending award shows with the cast, the young stars have also shared a number of adorable couple moments. They even had a double date with Game of Thrones actress Maisie Williams and her boyfriend, Ollie Jackson! If you're obsessed with the Netflix series, be sure to fawn over the lovebirds' best moments together.
Ben Affleck addresses sexual harassment accusations on The Late Show as more men are accused of misconduct including Jeffrey Tambor
Ron Jeremy is sort of an odd pick for the most famous porn star of all time. He started out by appearing nude in Playgirl, when he was young and okay looking, but had a huge cock. He continued to work in porn until he was old and fat and his mustache was decades out of style, and for some reason people kept buying stuff he was in.
Jeremy has been dogged by allegations of sexual assault for a while, which is pretty easy to believe if you look at him for a few seconds. The mustache alone should be enough for an indictment. These allegations have resurfaced in a feature by Rolling Stone detailing the myriad accusations over the years.
In general, there’s a mix of allegations that range from “probably a harmless misunderstanding” to “someone is accusing Ron Jeremy of rape”. Jeremy dismissed most of the claims with a blanket explanation of ‘I’m just giving the people what they want.’
For over 40 years fans and fellow performers pay money and wait in long lines to meet me. They want autographs, pictures, to flirt with me, physically grab me in different areas (usually my clothed penis), they ask me to touch them and many ask to have me sign their boobs. When I take photos with fans and other performers at these conventions, signings or events, I do sometimes kiss people on the lips or the cheek, sign boobs or whatever they want. There is “put on” flirting and touching for the photos. This is exactly what people pay me for at conventions. The female performers flirt and touch too. It’s what we do. If you watch these videos that Ginger Banks put out of me “groping,” you see that everyone in the videos is laughing and “groping” too. That I’m not running up to them, they come to me.
I mean, even if that’s true for 99% of his interactions, it doesn’t excuse the 1% of the time it’s not something the other person wants. But there was a more serious accusation by Jennifer Steele against Jeremy, who says he raped her twice, once during a photo shoot where they supposed to simulate having sex and again at his house that night.
“He doesn’t hear no,” says former performer Jennifer Steele. She alleges that Jeremy raped her twice, once at a photoshoot and once at his apartment, in December 1997. “He just kinda keeps going and pretends like you didn’t say anything.”
For his part, Ron Jeremy denies the allegations.
“These allegations are pure lies or buyers remorse,” Jeremy told Rolling Stone in an emailed statement. “I have never and would never rape anyone. All serious allegations have been investigated by police and dismissed by judges, as have most of the accusations of ‘groping.’ I have never been charged nor spent one day in court for any of this.”
Jamie Madrox is the latest X-Men character to get his own film, and he’ll be played by none other than James Franco, who is actually perfect for the surprisingly deep comic relief character. Allan Heinberg will be writing the script and Simon Kinberg is producing alongside Franco’s production company Ramona Films, Deadline reports.
If you’re not familiar with Jamie Madrox, he was the breakout character in Peter David’s acclaimed X-Factor run in the 1990’s, which replaced the original X-Men team with a group of second-string characters like Havok and Polaris. He became the leader of the group for David’s second run on the title, which featured Madrox as a private investigator who calls his firm X-Factor Investigations. Though he was often portrayed as a silly or goofy character, Peter David gave him a lot of depth and explored what it meant for a single person to exist in multiple bodies, each possessing their own consciousness, themes the Franco-lead film will be sure to pick up on.
I’m unironically excited about this, and I’m glad to see Fox doing things with the X-Men films that Marvel isn’t doing with their films. Being number two at the thing you do means you can take risks and innovate. Risks like the studio’s forthcoming The New Mutants, a straight horror film starring Maisie Williams and based on The Demon Bear Saga by Chris Claremont and Bill Sienkiewicz.
Of course, the biggest risk Fox has taken with the X-Men license is their pair of rated R films, the dark, futuristic western Logan and the hilariously filthy Deadpool, both of which paid off in massively popular and critically acclaimed films. Deadpool 2 is coming next year, and if you haven’t seen the trailer, it’s a god damned riot.
Also on the horizon for X-Men fans is X-Men: Dark Phoenix, an adaptation of Claremont and John Byrne’s Dark Phoenix Saga, perhaps the single most beloved X-Men story of all time, which culminated in the first death of Jean Grey. Of course, because it’s comic books and especially because her code name is Phoenix, she’s died and come back to life a few times since then. This storyline served as the basis for X-Men: The Last Stand, the weakest of the main X-Men films. Hopefully this time they get it right.
Oh, and for some reason the studio is still making a film based on Gambit, a character no one has given a shit about for like, 20 years.
In the worst kept secret in the world, Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez are back together. You already knew that if you’ve spent one minute on this site, but just in case you didn’t, here’s a photo for you to examine.
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— Selena Gomez Source (@GomezSource) November 16, 2017
Yes, that’s Selena kissing Bieber, who now plays hockey for the Los Angeles Kings. At least someone on that team knows how to score.
So, um, what else is there to say about this relationship? Bieber is back with Gomez. The Weeknd appears to be back with Bella Hadid. We’re all traveled back in time two years. Thanks, Obama.
I’m more interested in knowing how Justin Bieber is as a hockey player. He’s Canadian, so he should be pretty decent. Too bad they don’t have celebrity hockey games like they have celebrity basketball games. That would require celebrities to actually care about hockey, not just show up to games as part of a publicity tour. It would also require celebrities to learn how to skate.
In case you’re wondering what else Selena is up to, she just released her music video for Wolves.
The song is about one’s journey to finding love. Wow. What amazing timing.
As for Bieber, he’s still on his journey to find God. That hockey stick isn’t really a hockey stick. It’s a demon thwarting tool.
Alright, they’re back together. Let’s move on. Who has been accused of sexual harassment today?
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Ben Affleck’s days as Batman are numbered. Not because he’s part of Hollywood’s sexual assault ring, but because he sucks.
Matt Reeves recently replaced Affleck as the director of The Batman, signifying that Affleck would step down as the character as well. If Reeves has his choice of a replacement, he wants Jake Gyllenhaal as the new savior of Gotham.
Alright, I’m willing to give that a shot. I mean, anyone is better than Ben Affleck, right?
Gyllenhaal probably doesn’t strike most people as the next coming of Bruce Wayne, but let’s not pretend that he isn’t a fantastic actor. Have you seen Nightcrawler? I’d say he should have won the Golden Globe that year for his performance, but Eddie Redmayne was fantastic as Stephen Hawking as well.
I’ll put Gyllenhaal’s filmography up against your favorite actor’s filmography and feel confident.
In fact, can we go ahead and re-shoot The Justice League with Jake? I haven’t seen it, but I did see Superman vs. Batman and that was enough to tell me that I don’t need to see another movie with Affleck trying to be Batman. At least Affleck recognizes that he sucks in the role and is willing to step down before they try to do a singular film centered around the character.
Imagine watching Affleck brood his way through an entire Batman movie and not wanting to gouge your eyes out. I think that’s an impossible task.
For those that don’t know Reeves, he did the recent Planet of the Apes movies. He also wrote Under Siege 2, but we’ll let that one slide.
Keep in mind, Affleck stepping down has not been confirmed. There’s still a very real chance that he’ll wear the black cape at least once more. So, if you see Justice League this weekend, remember to praise Affleck’s performance as so great that he’ll think he redeemed himself from Dawn of Justice. Criticizing him is only going to keep him around longer. That’s why he’s here in the first place.
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It's been a bad day for celebrity relationships — even the ones that seemed stable and long-lasting. First, we learned that Jennifer Hudson has split from her fiancé of nearly 10 years. And now, People magazine has revealed that Saturday Night Live alum Bill Hader is separated from his wife, filmmaker Maggie Carey.
The site reports that they actually separated last July after 11 years of marriage — they tied the knot in 2006 — and they're in the process of divorcing now. They share three daughters: 8-year-old Hannah, 5-year-old Harper and 3-year-old Hayley.
It's especially heartbreaking because Hader, who was one of the best SNL stars in recent memory, actually quit the show just to move to Los Angeles to be with his wife, who was working there at the time. He joined the cast in 2005, just a year before he and Carey got married, and lasted eight seasons before calling it quits on having a long-distance relationship.
"The whole reason we're moving to California is that we're tired of being apart all the time," he told USA Today in 2013, soon before he officially left SNL. "Doing SNL was a huge time commitment. You'd have weeks off and you'd have to go to L.A. It's about rolling with the punches."
While Hader is definitely best known for SNL, he also recently starred alongside Amy Schumer in Trainwreck (before you get any ideas about 'shipping those two, like their adorably perfect relationship in the movie, she's newly off the market). He also appeared in Superbad and Hot Rod. Carey has been more behind-the-scenes in Hollywood. Most recently, she directed the 2013 comedy The To Do List and some episodes of Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
Yo Adrian, Sylvester Stallone is the latest Hollywood actor to be accused of sexual harassment.
According to a report by the Daily Mail, the incident occurred way back in 1986. Stallone was 40 at the time and filming Over The Top. He found himself a nice 16-year-old girl, who he had consensual sex with. Nothing wrong with that as the age of consent in Nevada, where the incident allegedly took place, is 16.
But, obviously, things got worse.
Stallone got his bodyguard, Michael De Luca involved. First, he watched Stallone and the girl have sex. Next, Stallone forced the girl to give De Luca a blowjob. After that, De Luca had sex with the girl without her consent. That’s called rape, in case you were confused. The girl claims that Stallone and De Luca threatened her if she didn’t perform these sexual actions.
De Luca was killed in 2013 by an officer in California after a traffic stop. He should not be confused with the producer/writer, who is still very much alive. I feel very sorry for that guy because he’s about to get a shit ton of hate words from people.
Stallone is still alive.
This story was actually reported way back in February 2016 and a police report from the incident was noted in 1987. Just, no one cared about this stuff in 1987 or 2016. We only started caring about sexual assault a month ago.
Stallone’s people released a statement to TMZ on the matter:
“This is a ridiculous, categorically false story. No one was ever aware of this story until it was published today, including Mr. Stallone. At no time was Mr. Stallone ever contacted by authorities or anyone else regarding this matter. It never happened.”
That likely means that it totally happened, but Stallone isn’t admitting shit unless 20 more women come out and claim to be sexual assault victims. That’s when he’ll release a statement about how the allegations are true and that he’s sorry for his mistakes.
Things are looking pretty rocky for ol’ Sly right now.
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Is there any reason to believe that Gwyneth Paltrow and Reese Witherspoon are feuding? Well, there's the fact that they both own lifestyle companies. Since their companies kind of compete with each other, there must be all kinds of bad blood there, right?
Ugh, Hollywood. This trope is getting really old.
Why do we have to insist on pitting women against each other whenever possible? We see it just about every time there's a high-profile celebrity breakup — there must be another woman to blame for the split, the headlines proclaim. Spoiler alert: A breakup is never an outside woman's fault because it's a decision that can only be made by the two people doing the breaking up.
This situation is even sillier. Paltrow owns Goop, and Witherspoon owns Draper James. According to a recent interview Paltrow did with People magazine, that means a lot of people think they're against one another.
"The media has tried to triangulate myself and Jessica Alba or myself and Reese Witherspoon, there is genuinely no competitive spirit between us," Paltrow explained.
She added that she thinks the perception comes from the idea that these female actors shouldn't be branching out and doing things like starting businesses.
"The instinct is women aren’t allowed to change," she said. "We’re comfortable with you in this public persona. Stay in your lane, and if you’re going to leave your lane we’re going to pit you against every other woman who is trying to do the same thing. My personal opinion is that we need more women being entrepreneurial [and saying], 'I want to do something different, I want to be brave,' and having other women there to support them in the process."
Bottom line: There's no feud here. Stop trying to make one out of nothing.
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If you're anything like us, you draw inspiration from the Food Network every single day. With the holidays approaching fast, that's truer than ever, and even better, most Food Network shows (past and present) are available on various streaming services, which means we can relive our favorites over and over.
Since some of the best Food Network series just returned for brand-new seasons (Holiday Baking Championship, Iron Chef), we're celebrating with a little friendly competition. Have you ever tried to rank your favorite Food Network shows? Let's see how our lists stack up.
10. Guy's Grocery Games
Guy Fieri has a ton of presence on the Food Network, but his best show is definitely Grocery Games. At Flavortown Market, contestants tackle various challenges to "shop" for ingredients they can quickly transform into delicious, judge-ready dishes. It's a race against the clock, each other and whatever challenges Fieri throws their way to make it to the $20,000 bonus round.
9. Beat Bobby Flay
Listen — sometimes it's just really fun to see celebrity chefs get taken down a peg. Whenever contestants win this competition show, it's awesome. And seeing how Flay's fellow celebrity chefs and friends rib him in every episode makes it even more entertaining.
Is Chopped the most recognizable Food Network series? Maybe. It's certainly a fun, formulaic competition show that does best on its special episodes. In Chopped After Hours, the judges use the same mystery baskets as the contestants to whip up dishes of their own. We love bonus content! (Chopped Junior is also amazing in case you wondered why that isn't on this list.)
7. The Kitchen
The Kitchen is an Emmy-nominated talk show with some of our favorite celebrity chefs discussing their best tips, tricks and recipes. We love it.
6. I Hart Food
Hannah Hart rose to fame with her My Drunk Kitchen series on YouTube. She's now a notable name in the food world with her very own Food Network series where she travels the country sampling delicacies at various restaurants. The format is familiar for long-time Food Network fans, but the star is new — and it's awesome to see an openly lesbian woman on such a major channel.
5. Cutthroat Kitchen
The basic premise of Cutthroat Kitchen can be broken down by this quote from The Dark Knight: "You either die a hero or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain." Alton Brown used to teach us about proper cooking methods and kitchen storage on Good Eats. Now he cackles maniacally while he pits chefs against each other with wild sabotages on Cutthroat Kitchen. It's awful; we love it.
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3. Holiday Baking Championship
It's back!!! Featuring a brand new selection of bakers who are ready to bring their holiday best to the judges' table, our favorite seasonal series is airing Mondays at 9/8c on Food Network.
2. Kids Baking Championship
The only thing better than the various holiday baking shows is the Kids Baking Championship. It's heartbreaking to see kids get sent home, but so cool to see how talented and hardworking they are.
1. Iron Chef Showdown
Iron Chef has seen quite a few iterations, and the newest is Iron Chef Showdown, airing Wednesdays at 9/8c on the Food Network. As always, host Alton Brown is on point with his food commentary and the competing chefs transform wild ingredients into gorgeous dishes that make our mouths water.
Oh, Ben Affleck. The A-lister who groped Hilarie Burton on live TV, got called out for it, apologized and then made callous jokes about the seemingly unending wave of sexual abuse allegations in Hollywood is now trying to save face. How? By pretending that he had no idea that Hollywood has always been a cesspool of rampant sexism and abuse for women, something literally everyone knew. OK, Ben.
On Today, 48 whole hours after he was ripped apart online for acting like this is all a big ol' joke at a Justice League press junket, Affleck told host Savannah Guthrie about how exciting it is that he's finally opening his eyes to the abuse that has surrounded him for literally his entire career.
"It certainly feels like a really important moment," he said. "It feels like a time when survivors are finding their voice and people are sort of — and I include myself in this — really discovering the terrible extent of this problem here in our country."
Ben Affleck on the TODAY show
He also talked about working for Harvey Weinstein and how he knew that Weinstein behaved inappropriately, but he didn't do anything about that because it's what everyone did.
"I knew he was sleazy and kind of a bully, but unfortunately, that wasn't that uncommon," Affleck said. "I was brand new to Hollywood, 24 years old. I had never made a movie; I didn't know much of anything really. And, you know, it really is a shame because although I stopped working with Harvey a long time ago, those movies hold a special kind of place in my heart and to now look back on it and think like, 'Gosh, some other people were going through something really ugly and disturbing (experiences)."
To recap: Affleck, who says he's just now learning about this problem, also didn't do anything about this problem over the course of his career because it was a normal part of his everyday life. Is your head exploding yet? Because mine is.
And of course, Affleck reflected oh-so-thoughtfully on his own glaringly obvious (to everyone but himself) complicity in all this by saying he would have changed some of his past behaviors, you know, all the way back when he was a dumb kid in 2003 who literally groped a woman on live TV.
"There's plenty of jokes I wouldn't have made or things I wouldn't have done," said Affleck, who joked about sexual assault during a taped interview less than two days ago. "It's just a time when... there's just a heightened level of awareness, and that means one of the good things about that is the self-consciousness of, 'How am I fitting into the world here? How are my actions affecting other people? How is this interaction going to leave this person feeling?'"
He continued, "It's easy to sort of gloss over that stuff and get self-involved. The hard thing is to really, as I said, be mindful and live in the present moment."
God forbid you should be self-involved, Ben. No irony in that comment. None at all.
I have to apologize to you guys for something. See, last time I did a post on Emily Ratajkowski, I said that she was a better Instagram model than professional supermodel. But I just came across this bikini photoshoot she did, and I’m ready to admit I was 100% wrong. Just as soon as I can put out this five-alarm pants fire. …This could take a while. Wow!
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her funbags she deserves these days, because she’s always been a total hottie. Here she is on the cover of this month’s issue of Women’s Health, and actually, I think she’s showing more skin here than she did in her Playboy photoshoot. I told you those so-called “men’s mags” have gone downhill lately.
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Jennifer Hudson and her longtime fiancé, David Otunga, have broken things off. What's worse, Hudson has reportedly requested and received a protection order against him.
Us Weekly confirmed the split with Hudson's rep, who issued a statement about the breakup.
"They have been in the process of ending their relationship for a number of months," the rep said. "Today, Jennifer requested and received a protective order against her ex-fiancé. Jennifer’s actions are solely taken in the best interest of their son."
Hudson and Otunga, a former professional wrestler, welcomed their son, David Daniel Jr., together in 2009. They started dating in 2008, and Otunga proposed just months into their relationship.
The split news is especially shocking because in April, ahead of her debut as a coach on The Voice, Hudson spoke candidly to Ellen DeGeneres about her relationship and the fact that, despite their nearly decade-long engagement, she and Otunga still planned to get married.
"I’m not in a rush. He ain’t going nowhere," she said at the time.
There's no official word about why Hudson was granted the protection order, but Otunga's lawyer released a statement on his behalf denying that he ever harmed his fiancée. The statement alluded to claims that Hudson may have made saying that Otunga had endangered her or their son.
"Mr. Otunga has never abused or harassed Ms. Hudson or their son, and it is unfortunate, especially in today’s climate, that she would feel the need to make these false allegations against him," the statement reads. "Mr. Otunga looks forward to his day in court and in being awarded the residential care of the parties’ only child."
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I’ve always thought Lily Collins would make for a way better rich kid model than a rich kid actress, and this photoshoot just proves it. I mean, look at those legs! I could spend all day trying to climb those things. …OK, more like 30-45 seconds. But still. Here’s hoping there’s more where this came from. A lot more.
Let's get one thing straight: Jeffrey Tambor's "apology" for the sexual abuse his former assistant and co-star say they suffered at his hands is not actually an apology. It's a gaslighting attempt to turn scrutiny on the victims, and it's not going to work.
Last week, Tambor's former assistant Van Barnes accused the Transparent star of sexual harassment, prompting Amazon to launch an internal investigation. Today, one of Tambor's costars on the show, Trace Lysette, accused him of sexual harassment in claims that mirror Barnes', as well as sexual assault.
"He came in close, put his bare feet on top of mine so I could not move, leaned his body against me, and began quick, discreet thrust back and forth against my body. I felt his penis on my hip through his thin pajamas," Lysette told The Hollywood Reporter.
Tambor, who had already called Barnes "a disgruntled former employee" and described her accusations as "baseless," released a statement in response to Lysette's claims, and it's bad, fam.
"For the past four years, I’ve had the huge privilege — and huge responsibility – of playing Maura Pfefferman, a transgender woman, in a show that I know has had an enormous, positive impact on a community that has been too long dismissed and misunderstood," Tambor wrote. "I know I haven’t always been the easiest person to work with. I can be volatile and ill-tempered, and too often I express my opinions harshly and without tact. But I have never been a predator — ever. I am deeply sorry if any action of mine was ever misinterpreted by anyone as being sexually aggressive or if I ever offended or hurt anyone. But the fact is, for all my flaws, I am not a predator and the idea that someone might see me in that way is more distressing than I can express."
First off, apologizing for the way he says his victims "misinterpreted" his behavior is not an apology at all. It's blaming those victims for being too sensitive, too touchy, for not letting his behavior go as just something boys do. Second, the way Tambor expects leniency because he paints himself as an ally to the trans community because of his work on Transparent is so far off base. Both of Tambor's alleged victims are trans women. Even if his work as a cishet man playing the role of a trans woman, when that role should be played by, you know, an actual trans woman — even if that work qualifies him as an automatic ally as he seems to believe (spoiler alert: it doesn't), it does not negate these allegations.
Tambor's attempt at an apology has only made him look worse. And considering he started out looking like a man accused of sexually assaulting a coworker, that's not great.
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Reddit cofounder Alexis Ohanian is officially Mr. Serena Williams! On Thursday, Ohanian and Williams were married at the Contemporary Arts Center in New Orleans. While pictures from the wedding have not yet shown up on social media, we do have plenty of fun details to keep us enthusiastic and intrigued about these adorable celebrity nuptials.
Entertainment Tonight reports that the wedding had a theme, and that theme was Beauty and the Beast. Guests were reportedly welcomed into the wedding with the sweet sounds of "Be Our Guest," and apparently, they were also asked to dress according to the theme. So, even if no pictures are posted right now, you can use your imagination to conjure up images of what must have been the most glamorous wedding this year. Additionally, ET reports, "the day after their wedding, the couple and their guests will have 'a full-blown brunch at the Ace Hotel with a DJ, games and recovery bar.'" Uh, can we join, please?
The guests in attendance were also the cream of the crop (well, in my opinion, anyway). Reported guests included Beyoncé, Kim Kardashian West, La La Anthony, Kelly Rowland, Colton Haynes, Emeril Lagasse and, of course, Williams' sister Venus and her own daughter with Ohanian, Alexis Olympia. Sadly, we're unable to confirm if Meghan Markle made it down to The Big Easy for this eagerly anticipated celebrity wedding.
Williams has been preparing for this special day for quite some time. She got engaged to Ohanian in December of last year, and this past September, the couple welcomed their daughter. More recently, Williams had her bachelorette party, and over on her Instagram, it's clear she's been enjoying some post-tennis season downtime with her family.
What a happy time for this lovely couple. Congrats!
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–Alisha’s super cute boobs!