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Zoe Kravitz Recreates Her Mom’s Iconic Nude Pose

Zoe Kravitz Naked Rolling Stone Cover

Zoe Kravitz recreated her mother’s famous nude pose 30 years later on the cover of Rolling Stone. In the interview, she reveals she’s engaged to actor Karl Glusman, talks about working with a director who made her “uncomfortable,” and remembers how growing up in Lenny Kravitz‘s house meant she’d wake up to Ashton Kutcher making omelets in their kitchen and Nicole Kidman wanting to take her to the movies.

Busy Phillips’ talk show debuted last night, and she got Mindy Kaling to admit she was texting Oprah during labour.

Justin Bieber‘s burrito photo was a hoax? Ya don’t say!

-Wow, I have not watched The View in a minute, but Joy Behar has no time for Meghan McCain and I love it.

Lena Dunham is set to adapt a Syrian refugee story for JJ Abrams and Steven Spielberg. Yeah, what could possibly go wrong there?

Diane Lane accidentally calling the Bechdel Test the “rectal” test is a beautiful thing.

Colton Haynes filed for divorce from his new husband in May, but last week he posted about celebrating their first anniversary, so they’ve clearly reconciled. I’m so glad for him; I’m weirdly invested in this kid’s happiness.

-So far for celebrity Halloween costumes we’ve got Riverdale’s Cole Sprouse as a NSFW minion, Olivia Munn as Peik LinSarah Hyland and her bf as Taco Bell, Stephen Amell as a slothMatt Latner as Jim HalpertNoah Centineo as Gaston, Gabrielle Union as Gwen Stefani, Harry Styles as Elton John, and Rita Ora as Post Malone.

-I am way, way too wimpy to watch horror, but I was sick this weekend and got totally sucked into Netflix’s The Haunting of Hill House. The family drama is hard to resist. Someone described it as “This Is Us with jump scares” which is pretty damn accurate. And it’s shockingly well-made. Episode six is basically two 20-minute one shots that are breathtaking.

-The Heathers show is truly cursed.

50 Cent bought a bunch of seats to a Ja Rule concert — just so they would be empty. I aspire to this level of pettiness.

-Another great #MeToo expose by Amy Kaufman, this one about an actress who was assaulted this year and did all the right things when it came to reporting it – but nothing happened.

Nicki Minaj is denying claims that she leaked Cardi B’s phone number.

-Meanwhile, Cardi B went on a rant about trolls in her comments: “If you’re under comments talking sh*t, y’all need to motherf*cking cut your veins.”

Darren Criss and Lea Michele singing “Shallow” really hit me in the feels.

-In case you need a reminder, this thread recaps why Chris Pratt should not be anyone’s top Chris.

-The red band trailer for Nobody’s Fool made me laugh. I don’t care. I need this.


Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds Expecting First Child

Blake Lively announced her first pregnancy
Blake Lively announced her first pregnancy on her website Preserve. (Photo: Preserve/Eric Lively)

Blake Lively snuck in a pregnancy announcement on her lifestyle website today. If this blind item really is about her, I’m guessing everyone around her is breathing a big sigh of relief.

Ben Affleck should have been riding high on the success of Gone Girl this weekend. Instead, he was clashing with Bill Maher over Islam.

-Dammit. Another round of stolen celebrity nudes hit the web over the weekend, targeting Nina Dobrev, Winona Ryde, Zoe Kazan and more.

-It was a big weekend for Buffy’s Xander. He got married (to a woman who is nice enough to let him post a really unflattering engagement photo from a hair salon) and landed a role on MTV’s Faking It.

-Speaking of Buffy, I really like this article about how Angel might actually be the better show. The “hole in the world” quote from the headline comes from an episode that makes me verklempt just thinking about it…

-Instead of going on a tropical honeymoon, George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin are spending two weeks in complete isolation at their English mansion.

-Modern Family’s Sarah Hyland has been granted a three-year restraining order against her ex.

-This clip of Bill Murray singing Bob Dylan’s “Shelter from the Storm” runs over the end credits of St Vincent, in case you needed more proof that this movie is great.

Oprah went to check up on visit Lindsay Lohan in London.

-Well, those crazy rumours about Twin Peaks coming back to TV turned out to be totally legitKyle MacLachlan also confirmed his return.

-Speaking of rumours, it seems like another Sex and the City movie might actually be happening.

-The Movie Network put the pilot for The Affair (which debuts this weekend) online. Watch it here and tell me if they blurred out Joshua Jackson‘s butt or if I should wait for the TV debut.

Robert Pattinson‘s sister Lizzy has been eliminated from The X Factor U.K.

Jennifer Lopez‘s TV show is really happening. This is so weird.

-The Better Call Saul teaser is…really strange. I get that they want to differentiate from Breaking Bad, but jeez.

-Speaking of TV, it cannot be overstated how desperately Fox is tanking in the ratings this season.

Toni Collette showed off her newly shaved head, which she did for a movie costarring Drew Barrymore.

-About time! Kerry Washington just scored her first rom-com lead.

-Here’s a new Miss Meadows trailer starring Katie Holmes. I’m not so sure about this one.


Ariana Grande Reportedly a “Monster” During Mag Photo Shoot

Ariana Grande on the October 2014 cover of Marie Claire
Ariana Grande on the October 2014 cover of Marie Claire.

-Another day, another story about Ariana “Only Shoot My Left Side” Grande being a diva — this time on the set of her Marie Claire cover shoot. (Her rep says it ain’t so, of course.)

-With Modern Family returning tonight, this news couldn’t come at a worse time: Sarah Hyland was granted a temporary restraining order against her ex-boyfriend after he reportedly abused her. After some scary behaviour from him, she reportedly asked TV mom Julie Bowen to come to her house and help her end the relationship, which allegedly made him freak out even more. What is it with the kids on this show?

Kristen Bell says her anti-paparazzi campaign actually worked and paps don’t bother her anymore. Oh, so I guess now it’s cool to share your private moments with the world in a Samsung commercial then? Yeah, I’m still bitter.

Chris Pratt’s SNL promos bode well.

Jeremy Renner and Sonni Pacheco (the Canadian model with whom he had a baby last year) have secretly tied the knot. Anyone else confused by this?

-Also shocking: Amber Rose just filed for divorce from Wiz Khalifa. Whaaaa?

-I totally agree with this reviewer who thinks CeCe should usurp Jess as the main character on New Girl.

-I loved and adored Pride And Prejudice And Zombies but the journey to adapt it has been incredibly rocky. News that Game of Thrones costars Lena Headey and Charles Dance have signed on to the film is a good sign, though. (I really, really hope she’s playing Caroline Bingley.)

-Oh jeez. Your secret boyfriend Idris Elba just announced terrible-sounding plans for a Mandela-inspired album.

-Oh jeez squared: Miles Teller just sh*t all over his role in Divergent: “I was feeling dead inside; I’d taken the film for business reasons.”

-Watching Jamie Dornan playing a twisted killer on The Fall didn’t just mess up audiences; during an interview with Gillian Anderson to promote the second season (yes!), he says the role has left him “a bit scarred.”

-I love this lookback on Lost and how rewatching it underlines just how much TV networks have given up on risks, spectacle and twisty characters.

Kerry Washington didn’t really seem to understand the “lie” part while playing Box of Lies with Jimmy Kimmel last night.

-Just in case you needed another reason to love Norman Reedus (what’s wrong with you?!), he recalls a time when he refused to play Jennifer Love Hewitt’s boyfriend in Heartbreakers.

-Just one day after he woke up to find an intruder in his house, a naked woman was found wandering around Keanu Reeves’ home. Whoa.

Emma Watson‘s feminist campaign has already gotten support from Tom Hiddleston, Russell Crowe, Simon Pegg, Chris Colfer and more.

Laggies was one of the movies I liked (but didn’t love) at this year’s TIFF. Keira Knightley killed it, though. Here’s the UK trailer for it (it’s apparently called Say When over there, even though Laggies sounds so much more British).