Something mutual this way comes, the oddest love hookups this side of tinseltown have finally broken apart.
Typical of a director’s ingénue, Rosario Dawson got close with filmmaker Danny Boyle. The two have dated for almost a year and have now called it quits! Just in time for their movie’s premiere.
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Here’s a new movie that may take your mind away from the Bella-Edward love team—even for just a moment. Beastly is coming to theaters this July, and I’m ecstatic as ever. Here are seven reasons why:
1. It gives a modern-day take on my favorite fairytale, Beauty and the Beast. The producers of Beastly have revealed that this movie is actually based on the 2007 book of sci-fi writer Alex Flinn, but the plot is obviously influenced by the classic fairytale, sans the beast’s heavy fur.
2. Vanessa Hudgens finally ditches the bubblegum mold for a more mature role. She plays the role of Lindy, a modern-day Belle who goes for “substance over style.” There will be no high school sing-and-dance routines this time, thank goodness.
3. British actor Alex Pettyfer will make you swoon, trust me. This chiseled, handsome 20-year-old has acted in British films in the past, but I believe his lead role in Beastly will make him a Hollywood A-lister in no time. I’d be worried if I were you, Robert Pattinson!
4. Mary-Kate Olsen is back! She finally goes back to the big screen, and this time she isn’t starring as the cutie patootie twin in a self-produced movie. In Beastly, she plays the “witch” Kendra who puts a spell on the self-centered school hottie Kyle, played by Alex Pettyfer.
5. Neil Patrick Harris is part of this teen flick! C’mon, you know that NPH is the man and anything he says is most likely true! “Usually these teen movies are full of masturbation jokes,” he told MTV. “But this is a very classy movie, actually. It looks great. I think the performances are strong. I think it’s better than your average teen film.” NPH plays the blind tutor who was hired by Kyle’s father as an attempt to keep his beastly son hidden from the world.
6. The special effects and makeup look realistic. Since the beast isn’t going for the traditional furry animal look, the producers turned Kyle into a heavily tattooed and scarred dude to fit the contemporary New York setting. He actually looks more like a body artist gone overboard.
7. Although the storyline is predictable (of course you know that Kyle is going to be shirtless and oozing with hotness and “beauty” at the end of the movie!), the producers and cast are keeping certain details of the film under wraps. For example, who is playing Kyle’s father? Will there be cameos from other teen stars? Which rock acts are part of the soundtrack? Will they dance the waltz in a royal ball? The suspense is killing me!
If you won’t take my word for it, then check out the trailer.
Edaward who? Jacob who?
Hooray for fashionistas! They dare challenge fashion convention and make us look forward to their red carpet photos because we know they won’t be wearing the usual glam gowns.
See which celebs rose to the occasion at the UK Elle Style Awards last Tuesday.
Now you know why there were named Elle’s Style Icons of 2010. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen rocked their own signature styles—Mary-Kate in her gothic Lanvin, and Ashley in her tulle couture Christian Lacroix.
I don’t know who else could rock a python-print gown. Supermodel Naomi Campbell, 39, was given the Outstanding Contribution award for her 25-year career and her work as global patron of The White Ribbon Alliance (WRA), which promotes safe pregnancy. She dedicated her award to the late Alexander McQueen.
It’s about time they came up with their own label. Celebrity twin moguls Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen tied up with J.C. Penny to launch Olsenboye, a teen line that promises to sell stylish Olsen designs for under $50. The clothes finally made it to the J.C. Penny racks this week.
“Inspired by trends and qualities unique to beloved cities around the world, each travel-themed Olsenboye collection offers stylish options that allow customers to express themselves and celebrate their journey through life with fashion,” the official website said. “The mix and match collection offers clothing and accessories: denim, dresses, skirts, shorts, jackets, handbags, and shoes with spirited, edgy styling evidenced by peace signs, graphic pins, and signature touches throughout.”
The designs actually don’t represent the twins’ personal styles, such as their famous bohemian look. Instead, Olsenboye is an expression of their travels and films. And when they say “films,” they’re actually referring to video adventures revolving around Olsenboye Girls, who are dressed in none other than Olsenboye clothes. The videos will be uploaded regularly on the website.
What do you think about the Olsens’ foray into fashion design?
The Fall/Winter season is still making its Hollywood rounds, hence the need to pile up on warm clothes. Three fashionistas show us that oversized and over-piled can be stylish. Or not.
Would you wear the hobo look?
What do you think of Mary Kate Olsen’s outfit? Jumpers used to be kids’ wear — acceptable if you’re below six years old, and going to the playground. This satin number, however, was deemed worthy for the 21 party.
Brings back memories when short shorts were chic.
Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen are collaborating on a book that will look at the influence of artists and fashion designers on celebrity fashion. Called “Influence” it will include big names like Christian Louboutin, Lauren Hutton and Bob Colacello.
The book does seem aligned to their other business ventures, particularly a clothing line called The Row.
But it’s kind of funny for them to peg themselves as fashion experts when the two are consistently named part of Hollywood’s Worst Dressed List.
Mary-Kate Olsen finally stepped forward after her name was drawn into Heath Ledger’s sudden and tragic death.
The two had been dating casually since late last year. Initial reports said he had been found in her apartment (not true); then police announced that she was the first person the housekeeper had called. In fact, she phoned her 3 times (a minute between each call) before calling 911.
“Heath was a friend. His death is a tragic loss. My thoughts are with his family during this very difficult time.”
Police have said they will not question Olsen in connection with the phone calls.
Phone records show that the housekeeper who discovered Heath Ledger’s body called Mary Kate before 911.
Why? Reps said that the housekeeper (photograph above) wanted Mary Kate’s advice. The actress told her that she would send over security teams for help, but then the housekeeper called back to say she had dialled 911.