Talk about doing a 180. Amanda Seyfried can currently be seen singing as the wide-eyed innocent Cosette in Les Miserables. Pretty soon, the 27-year-old will be showing off her deep throat skills on the big screen in the Linda Lovelace biopic. Lovelace is scheduled to debut at this year’s Sundance Film Festival on January 22. If she’s half as good as she is gorgeous in the poster above, it should be a decent flick.
Lovelace boasts a stellar cast including a trio of Oscar nominated stars- Sharon Stone, James Franco and Chloe Sevigny. Also featured in the 70s porn film are Peter Sarsgaard, Adam Brody, Wes Bentley, Sarah Jessica Parker, Chris Noth, Hank Azaria, Debi Mazar and Eric Roberts. With such a star-studded roster, it’s a shame to lose any of them. As it turns out, when all the edits for the film were completed, one of the above’s part was left on the cutting room floor. Find out who below.
Voiceovers have definitely been around long before Sex and the City came along. With that being said, the HBO show certainly brought it to a whole new level. Thank God, the show stopped having Sarah Jessica Parker talk to the camera. Remember the first couple of seasons when Carrie Bradshaw shared her insights that way. That was painfully awful. Thankfully, voiceovers were implemented to deliver Carrie’s thoughts which brings me to this post.
More often than not, those thoughts consisted of SJP’s attempt to seamlessly segue from one scene to another. Sometimes it was brilliant while other times it was an awkward stretch. Slackstory has compiled some of the best and worst segues from the show’s six season history into one entertaining supercut. If you want to make it interesting, try taking a shot of tequila every time Carrie says “meanwhile“. You’ll be drunk before you know it. My favorite of the lot involves Charlotte scrubbing dog sh*t off the floor. Check out the clip below.
There used to be a time when Eddie Murphy and Adam Sandler could do no wrong at the box office. No matter what vehicle they starred in, it would undoubtedly become a bona fide blockbuster. But as they say, nothing lasts forever. The two veteran comedy actors find themselves on a list that no Hollywood actor wants to be on. To quote one of Murphy’s movies, I’m sure he wants to be Trading Places with anyone else right now.
Also landing on the list are one-time rom-com queens Katherine Heigl and Sandra Bullock. All it takes is one box office bomb to bring down their dollar return average. Each lady had exactly that with One For The Money and All About Steve respectively. You can also add Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close to Bullock’s less-than-stellar grosses. Find out below who ranks No. 1 on the list with a return of $2.30 for every dollar they were paid.
Hands down BEST.GLEE.MASHUP.PERFORMANCE.EVER!!! If you think I’m exaggerating, clearly you’re not a musical loving homo. This was the gayest thing I’ve ever seen on the show… and that’s saying a lot. Adding even more gay mojo was a cameo by RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 2 & 3 contestant Shangela.
FOX hyped Glee’s Thanksgiving episode for New Directions’ sectionals performance of “Gangnam” style and the return of Dianna Agron (Quinn). While all entertaining in their own right, the episode was all about Blaine and Rachel’s orphans Thanksgiving dinner in Bushwick, Brooklyn with Brody and Sarah Jessica Parker’s Isabelle Wright. PS. I actually missed Quinn. That bitch slap between Santana and her was EPIC.
The second SJP stepped out of the subway saying “Oooh, she’s been a bitch tonight,” I literally SQUEALED. No lie. I had no idea the show was going to cover Scissor Sisters’ summer jam “Let’s Have A Kiki“. As if that wasn’t awesome enough, halfway through the song, Rachel belts out “Turkey Lurkey Time” from the 1968 Broadway musical, Promises, Promises. At this point, I was practically jizzing all over the place. I was in heaven. I rewound the performance a couple of times, and by a couple I mean numerous.
Check out the mashup performance below. I also embedded a performance of “Turkey Lurkey Time” from the Tony Awards show. You simply have to watch it. The woman in the center with the short hair is frickin’ amazing. Girlfriend gives it her all and then some.
The growing fascination with celebrity culture and the chaos of the paparazzi has definitely become more of a topic of discussion over the past several years. Now, a new documentary film called ‘Sellebrity‘ explores just that. These celebrities complain about all the cameras, yet there is the argument that they need the cameras and the media in order to be famous. So where’s the line and when is it too far?
Many big name celebrities speak their mind in interviews contained in the documentary, including Sarah Jessica Parker, Jennifer Lopez, Salma Hayek, Kid Rock, and Jennifer Aniston just to name a few. The documentary also explores the price we pay as a society for indulging our curiosity with celebrity gossip culture.
Check out the interesting Kevin Mazur-directed documentary below.
Last year Angelina Jolie and Sarah Jessica Parker shared the title of Highest Paid Hollywood Actress. Sadly for them, there’s a new queen in town. Don’t feel too badly for them. Both Jolie and Parker are still on the Top 10 list, just further down at No. 4 and No. 7 respectively.
This year’s Forbes’ Top 10 rankings is strikingly similar to last year’s. With exception to Reese Witherspoon and Katherine Heigl, the other eight ladies still remain on the top-earning list. Witherspoon and Heigl were bumped by Kristin Wiig and Charlize Theron. Speaking of the Evil Queen, is Theron the new Queen of Hollywood? Perhaps…
Well, one actress that isn’t is Cameron Diaz. The 39-year-old actress just missed out the top spot by $500,000. On the strength of “Bad Teacher” and “The Green Hornet”, Diaz earned a whopping $34 million. Continue reading to find out which actress narrowly beat her with a take of $34.5 million.
Ever since it was announced Katie Couric’s new daytime show wouldn’t be premiering til Fall 2012, many wondered what ABC would do with their new high-priced show pony. By having a talent like Katie on their roster, ABC’s news division would be a fool if they didn’t utilize her charisma and celebrity status to their benefit.
Since jumping ship from CBS’ Evening News anchor desk, Katie has only appeared so far as a guest host on “The View“. She’s also been tapped to contribute to the network’s coverage of the 10th anniversary of 9/11 in a few days. Next week will also mark Katie’s first official interviewing assignment for the network. It will air as a “Nightline” special which will air on Tuesday. Any guesses on who gets to pop Couric’s cherry on ABC? Find out below.
“New Year’s Eve” is a sequel to the hit holiday movie, “Valentine’s Day” and it takes place in New Yorks City. We follow several characters, as it all leads up to midnight and they “kiss last year goodbye”. Although it’s a sequel, any of the cast that was in the last movie will play a different character in this one, so you definitely don’t have to see the first one to watch this. Below is a list of the star studded cast.
Starring: Zac Efron, Lea Michele, Ashton Kutcher, Michelle Pfeiffer, Halle Berry, Jessica Biel, Seth Meyers, Robert De Niro, Hilary Swank, Katherine Heigl, Sofia Vergara, Josh Duhamel, Jon Bon Jovi, Sarah Jessica Parker, Abigail Breslin, Ice Cube, Alyssa Milano, Sienna Miller, Ryan Seacrest, and even the actress who does the voice of Lisa on the Simpsons, Yeardley Smith.
Back in January, it was announced that Halle Berry, who had been originally cast as a caterer, dropped out of the film because of a custody battle over her daughter and she was replaced by Katherine Heigl. Later in February, Berry had rejoined the film in a different role as a nurse. The film hits theatres on December 9th. Get a sneak peak below!