Armie Hammer Had to Convince Wife to Marry Him

Armie Hammer and his wife get cozy on the cover of Town & Country, where he says he had to talk her into marrying him.

Tom Cruise was spotted with his arm around a blonde so now everyone’s speculating that he has a new girlfriend, but that can’t be right. According to IMDB, he doesn’t have a new movie to promote until next year. (Update: she’s a publicist. Of course.)

Full House star Jodie Sweetin just split from her third husband. If it makes her feel better, there’s a viral video floating around of her FH character dancing to Juicy J’s “Bandz A Make Her Dance” today.

-Author Anne Rice stood up for Paula Deen in a Facebook post, in which she called the racist chef a “victim of a lynch mob.” Ugh. (Though this should come as no surprise to anyone who remembers Rice‘s batshit rant against negative Amazon reviews.)

Rosario Dawson gets a Skrillex cut and still manages to look amazing.

-Even though Chris Brown‘s history of abuse against women is well-documented, the owner of the club the singer was at Saturday night insists Brown didn’t push that girl.

-Meanwhile, Chris is facing criminal charges for his alleged involvement in a fender-bender last month.

Beyonce’s tour is now going to last forever.

Leam Neeson is reportedly going to get…wait for it!…$20 million for Taken 3.

Channing Tatum was on GMA this morning and I kept wanting to reach into my television and shave off that douchey goatee. But otherwise, he was charming and sweet and totally sleep-deprived, talking about how fatherhood has suddenly made him excited about poop. He’s also said that they chose to release a baby photo themselves so there wouldn’t be a paparazzi price on the kid’s head.

-This video of Andrew Garfield holding a baby on the set of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 will make your uterus shiver.

-There are also some new photos of Paul Giamatti making crazy faces on the set of The Amazing Spider-Man 2.

Michelle Trachtenberg is holding a baby in the new still from Killing Kennedy, which reminds me of my favourite Gossip Girl blooper of all time.

-Here’s a rundown of the moving speech Angelina Jolie gave to the UN Security Council yesterday about war-zone rape.

Under the Dome debuted huge last night with 13.14 million viewers, making it the most-watched summer premiere on any network since 2007. Go, Dean Norris!

-Speaking of Breaking Bad cast members, AMC just released a poster for its final season. So I guess I need to give up the dream that Walt is going to transform back into a  milquetoast teddy bear, huh?

Justin Bieber continues to build a one-man case for why adding video to Instagram is a bad idea. He and his manager posted a lip-synch to “I Will Always Love You.”

-He also got his smooch on with a Vegas waitress. I’m surprised he didn’t Instagram it.

-Meanwhile, Justin and his crew were banned from an indoor skydiving facility (wait, is that a thing? I want to go!), for agreeing to post a photo at the club to his Instagram in exchange for a free visit, and then reneging.  Also, his gang were “disrespectful” and did dreadful things such as “made a mess around the sink, then threw his paper towel on the ground while directly looking at an employee.” The horror!

-Speaking of Justin, Bill Hader was on the Howard Stern Show this week and talked about the Biebz‘s ridiculous entourage when he hosted SNL. He also called one of his cut sketches with Justin “the greatest trainwreck ever.”

-Despite reports, this baby is a rando and not actually Kanye West and Kim Kardashian‘s spawn. Lucky kid.

-Also, Kanye says that he’s the creative director of the upcoming movie adaptation of The Jetsons. Wait, what?

-I’m digging EW’s new “Likability Index,” even though it’s basically a rip-off of NY Mag’s Approval Index, but just for TV characters.

-New photos from the set of Walking Dead hint that Rick is about to face the same dilemma as his comic book character. (Spoilery!)

-This is what Christie Brinkley looks like in a swimsuit at 59. I’m giving up on life.

MIA debuted a new video today, which Mindy Kalling just called “the platonic ideal of what I want my lifestyle to look like.” I totally get that.

-Well, this is brilliant marketing: Jason Priestley is helping Tim Hortons judge their new doughnut contest.

Gillian Anderson‘s new British series The Fall is coming to Bravo July 7, which is awesome. It debuted on Netflix around the same time as Arrested Development but got lost in the shuffle. Everything I’ve read about it from critics was positive, plus it’s only 5 episodes — which is about all the commitment I can handle right now.

Rihanna says the reporter who called her a “toxic role model” is just bitter.

Katy Perry and John Mayer were photographed together again in NYC — this time holding hands.

-The always-humble Drake decided to announce his new album by drinking from a Grammy.

-Behold: the ugliest celebrity engagement ring in history.

Ellen Page is not super happy that Sony seemingly modelled a character after her in Last of Us.

-The season premiere of Drunk History features Adam Scott as John Wilkes Booth, Bob Odenkirk as Richard Nixon, Jack Black as Elvis, and Dave Grohl as one of Elvis’s entourage.

-I enjoyed this takedown of Stephan Jenkins from Third Eye Blind way too much. “He’s just a net negative person.”

-Is Miley Cyrus using Twitter to shame her father into admitting an affair?

Lionel Richie has been reduced to starring in beer ads. At least it’s funny.

Heidi Klum is de-Sealing her body.

-Aw crap. Paramount is already thinking of making a World War Z sequel. This wouldn’t be so bad if the movie had actually stuck with its original ending. (Spoilery!)

Idris Elba was on Letterman last night and fj%od#*oijw##eej…sorry, my keyboard just got gummed up by drool.

-Meanwhile a new, Idris-heavy trailer for Pacific Rim has landed. I’m really worried about this thing bombing, especially now that World War Z didn’t do as badly as expected. If people are only going to go to one apocalypse movie per summer, most already picked the wrong one.

Jen McDonnell is an entertainment freelancer and social media specialist. She put her celeb stalking skills to good use as managing editor of Likes: pop culture, celebrity dirt, guilty pleasure TV, George Clooney, cheese. Dislikes: people who use 'begs the question' incorrectly. Follow Jen on Twitter @jen_mcdonnell. Follow Jen

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