i thought demi was the host...
The British actor is currently playing villain Loki in 'Avengers Assemble' but admitted he would love to work on a movie where he gets to make people laugh, while wearing an everyday outfit.( Collapse )
"Our wedding night will be the first time we're actually together," Meagan Good, who also stars in Showtime's risqué series Californication, confides to Life & Style.
How did she know DeVon was the one? "Because he was willing to be celibate with me for a year," she says. "He loves God, more than I love God, so I don't think there's anything wrong [with him]."
And their wedding planning is already set in motion.
"We found the venue, which I'm really excited about, and it's going to be in Malibu," Meagan, who met her fiancé while making Jumping the Broom in 2011, tells Life & Style. "I know I want to go for a bayou-themed kind of Spanish mosque, a very enchanted-y Twilight feel."
Charlotte York would totally approve of this one: Kristin Davis is dating writer Aaron Sorkin, multiple sources tell E! News.
"It's been going on for around six weeks," says a source. "They are really happy. They have actually known each other a while through mutual friends and would sometimes bump into one another at industry events, but it has only just turned into something more."
"He is obviously really smart...and Kristin is very intelligent, too," adds the source. "They have a lot to talk about."
The couple, who have both been open about past substance abuse struggles and their subsequent sobriety, have "been out quite a few times on both coasts," according to a source.
Sorkin, whose screenplay for The Social Network won an Oscar, has a 12-year-old daughter, Roxy, from a previous marriage. Davis, 47, adopted a baby girl, Gemma Rose, in 2011.
The 50-year-old West Wing creator was married to Julia Bingham from 1996 to 2005. He's also been romantically linked to Kristin Chenoweth.
Davis has never been married, and her rep declined to comment on her personal life. Besides the Sex and the City flicks, she recently starred in Journey 2: The Mysterious Island.
The random twosome were seen hiding their hand holding while still gazing into each other's eyes while out on a coffee run. And yes, we're confused by this ish as well. Pics inside..
Is this Adidas track suit Eddie's idea of showing he can be young? Young enough to be getting it poppin' with yet another chick almost half his age? Hmmm...
At 28 years of age, Rocsi clearly has a thing for older men--from LisaRaye McCoy's ex husband Michael Misick to a rumored fling with 46-year-old Rapheal Saadiq to now...the 51-year-old Eddie Murphy. Of course, Eddie has a type too. And you're looking at it.
Filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson has screened his new film about a Scientology-like sect leader for Tom Cruise, Scientology’s most famous follower, in the hopes of heading off a conflict with the group, TheWrap has learned.
According to two individuals close to the movie, Anderson recently screened the film, loosely based on the life of Scientology-founder L. Ron Hubbard, for Cruise.
So there we were, yesterday evening, waiting for Posh – the brilliant new play about a debauched dinner party organised by group of snobby and very lairy Oxford Uni students – when we spied The Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence, 21, and her boyfriend, ace actor Nicholas Hoult, 22, sliding into their seats RIGHT IN FRONT OF US! (FYI: Twiggy was sat directly behind us, Tamsin Greig from Episodes was to our right, and John Barrowman was apparently there too, but we didn’t see him)
The extremely hot couple, who have been pretty coy about their relationship (in March, Jennifer played things down, telling US DJ Ryan Seacrest “We’re just basketball buddies”), were clearly very much into each other, and Jen rested her head on Nicholas’ shoulder during the performance. Aaw! At the end of the play, the pair – who met on the set of X Men: First Class – were first on their feet to give the cast a standing ovation, and then left the Duke of York’s Theatre holding hands. And yes, we were a teensy bit jealous!
We now have the full list of nominations for this year's TV Baftas, which take place at the Royal Festival Hall on May 27 2012 (and televised at 8pm on BBC2 the same night). A shuffling of drama categories has clarified elgibility while also creating controversy ('Sherlock' is now a mini series rather than drama series, thus missing out), but the competition is as fierce as ever.
This year, Time Out TV Editor Gabriel Tate puts his neck on the line to predict who will take home the awards. We’ve also paid tribute to a few deserving unfortunates who have been overlooked.