We're hearing real-life wedding bells for Kelso and Jackie!FULL ENTRY
Harold Ramis, the director of comedic classics like "Caddyshack" and "Groundhog Day," who also starred in films like "Ghostbusters," died on Feb. 24 at age 69. Friends and colleagues remembered the versatile entertainer, whose career began in Chicago, with fond memories via Twitter.FULL ENTRY
Don't look for Alec Baldwin on Letterman or "Saturday Night Live" any time soon. Baldwin has announced he is quitting public life.
Baldwin spells it all out in a 5,000-word essay titled "Alec Baldwin: Good-bye, Public Life" published Sunday night in New York Magazine's Vulture blog.
"I've lived this for 30 years, I'm done with it," writes Baldwin.
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Devo member Bob Casale died at the age of 61 on Feb. 17, according to his brother, Gerald.
Gerald, Devo's founder, announced that Bob's death was caused by heart failure in a Facebook post on Tuesday morning.
Hang out with Matt Damon and Ben Affleck all in the name of charity? Um, yes please.
The Cambridge actors are auctioning off a once-in-a-lifetime double date night to a fan and a guest. The lucky winner is promised a stay in a 4-star Los Angeles hotel and will be VIPs at a private, star-studded event with the famous pair. Could we smell an Oscar party? Maybe the show itself? March 2 isn't too far off.
The guests might have to deal with some back-and-forth bickering between the super successful duo, though. Watch the video (above) to see what we mean.FULL ENTRY
Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead in his Greenwich Village apartment on Sunday, Feb. 2, of a suspected heroin overdose. He was 46. The Oscar-winning actor's death was felt by the entertainment industry's elite, and many offered messages regarding their friend and colleague on Twitter.
The toxicology report is in.
Justin Bieber had marijuana and Xanax in his system during his January 23 arrest in Miami. The Canadian pop star was charged with drunk driving, resisting arrest, and driving on an expired license. Police stopped him while he was drag racing down a Miami street. He has pleaded not guilty.
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Jennifer Lawrence is our hero. Why? Because who else could pull off nothing but blue body paint and yellow contacts.
The 23-year-old's naked-ish bod is splashed across the March cover of Empire magazine to promote her portrayal of shapeshifting Mystique in the newest "X-Men" installment, "X-Men: Days of Future Past." Lawrence first took on the role of Mystique in "X-Men: First Class" (2011).
It took seven hours each day to transform the Oscar-winner into the blue chameleon-like character, according to E!, but she won't be the only "X-Men" character to grace the mag's March issue. A slew of other "X-Men" characters, including Hugh Jackman's Wolverine and Michael Fassbender's Megneto, will be featured as well when the publication hits newsstands.
Catch the cast in the film when it hits theaters on May 23.
Nicole Kidman has taken it all off (at least on top) for the Jimmy Choo Spring Summer 2014 campaign.
That's right, the 46-year-old Oscar winner is topless.
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Boston's Mindy Kaling graces one of four February covers of Elle magazine. But is the photo offensive? Some think so.
For the magazine's annual "Women in TV" issue, it features four different covers with four of television's top actresses -- Kaling from "The Mindy Project," Amy Poehler from "Parks and Recreation," Allison Williams from "Girls," and Zooey Deschanel from "New Girl."
Some are slamming the Kaling cover, calling it "racist" and "fat-ist" because the curvy Indian actress is shown in black and white and only from the chest up while her white fellow funny ladies show off their bodies in full color.
Jezebel tweeted this pic to show the comparison.FULL ENTRY
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