Jennifer Garner, Julianne Moore, John Legend, and Shakira lend their voices to the White House initiative, each sharing a personal story of the role education played in their lives.
The filmmakers behind the final Hunger Games movies talk to BuzzFeed News about Katniss’ motivation and how dark the climactic film will be. WARNING: ALL OF THE SPOILERS ahead.
Yes, these ladies are going to be in a film together – but that’s only the first reason to rejoice.
Because of the movie’s LGBT content. UPDATED.
Still Alice, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, brings the audience on the painful journey of a woman living with a disease for which there is no cure.
And Katniss is barely in it.
She is equal parts beautiful and terrifying. Mild SPOILERS ahead. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1 opens Nov. 21, 2014.
And apparently she had an out-of-body experience.
These looks are 10 years old and are still super chic today.
UPDATED: Julianne Moore, Natalie Dormer, and several others have signed up for the two-part conclusion of the Hunger Games saga — but who are they playing, and what roles have yet to be cast? Warning: SPOILERS within!
The Game Change actress will play the power-hungry president of District 13. Warning: SPOILERS ahead if you haven’t finished the books!
Free food from craft services! Joanna Vanderham, a 21-year old Emmy nominee, talks about working in the US after building a career in the UK.
FromThe Great Gatsby’s cast to a gaggle of top models and, um, David Hasselhoff. Quite the eclectic guest list, then.
This was very funny. Why doesn’t Taylor Swift think so?
Including Kanye West, presumably just so that people could ask him, “what’s that jacket?” HAR HAR.
January Jones finally nailed it, Heidi Klum miraculously looked slightly dowdy, and Sofia Vergara finally took her preferred mermaid look one step too far.
Actors, they’re all the same. Since 1994, James Lipton has asked the same 10 questions of every celebrity guest on Bravo’s Inside The Actors Studio. Here’s what they’ve had to say.
Not too shabby but Ed Harris could have employed a bit more hand fidgeting into his John McCain.
Pretty pictures of even prettier stars! The 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards are history, but that doesn’t mean we’re done talking about them. From the red carpet coverage to the Madonna mayhem, from Elton John’s stank face to Meryl Streep’s “surprised” one, here are the night’s most memorable images.
Where do I even begin here? So, Madonna won a Golden Globe tonight for Best Original Song in a Motion Picture, which she accepted via an affected, narcissistic and pretentious speech that drew ire from the other nominees. She then made passive-aggressive remarks about Elton John. After that, Ricky Gervais. And then, finally, her narcissism had an encore when she presented the award for Best Foreign Film. Here’s everything you missed in the order it occurred.
The HBO movie adaptation of John Heilemann and Mark Halperin’s best-selling book “Game Change” got its first trailer today. In it we get glimpses of Woody Harrelson as Steve Schmidt, Ed Harris as John McCain, and Julianne Moore as Sarah Palin.
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Jeff Bridges managed to break away from his Summer’s Eve endorsement jam sessions to join his “Big Lebowski” co-stars for a 13-year reunion. John Goodman, Julianne Moore, Steve Buscemi, T. Bone Burnett, and John Tuturro shared the Hammerstein Ballroom stage with The Dude in NYC this week, answering questions and what-have-yous about the Coen cult classic. (via.)
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A test shot for the movie “The Special Relationship,” in which Julianne Moore was to play Hillary Clinton, but had to eventually drop out due to scheduling conflicts. And soon she’ll be playing Sarah Palin. There’s a perverse symmetry to that.
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She loves to cry.
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The trailer for Tom Ford’s directorial debut, “A Single Man”, is out, and it looks gorgeous.
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