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Adding to the list of celebrities who’ve ditched L.A. this weekend for Indio, Lea Michele, Katy Perry, and even Michelle Pfeiffer were spotted enjoying the music and warm desert air during the first weekend of the Coachella Music and Arts Festival.
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The year was 1978. A 20-year-old Michelle Pfeiffer has just moved to Hollywood to be an actress. It would be another four years before Pfeiffer got her first leading role in Grease 2. It was the year Michelle Pfeiffer accidentally joined a cult. We all make mistakes when we’re young.
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“Actors search for rejection,” Charlie Chaplin once said. “If they don’t get it they reject themselves.”
Fortunately, actors don’t have to search that hard to find the rejection they crave, as even the biggest stars are constantly turned down for roles. So click through the gallery and see some famous roles that could… More »
In Goodfellas Go To France (alternate title: The Family), Robert DeNiro plays a retired mobster who moves with his family to France after snitching on the mob and entering the witness protection programs. The only problem is for DeNiro, his wife (Michelle Pfeiffer) and their two children (Diana Agron and John D’Leo), old habits die hard. The… More »
Jennifer Aniston flaunted her gigantic $500,000 diamond engagement ring — and her super-hot fiancee Justin Theroux — at a restaurant in West Hollywood, but the former Friends star still wasn’t the center of attention.
Before they were award-winning actors, chart-topping artists and cover-worthy models, these stars were just regular teenagers.
George Clooney and Brad Pitt weren’t always Hollywood’s leading hunks; Sandra Bullock and Charlize Theron weren’t always garnering Academy Award accolades for their silver-screen performances; and Mariah Carey and Gwen Stefani weren’t always burning up the music… More »
Michelle Pfeiffer slipped into the infamous Catwoman suit in 1992’s Batman Returns, but this summer, a new Catwoman, played by Anne Hathaway, 29, will meow her way to the big screen in The Dark Knight Rises, but does Pfeiffer think the actress has what it takes to fill her paws?
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Michelle Pfeiffer stars in this summer’s feel-good family drams People Like Us, due out June 29. And on the heels of her own new movie’s release, Pfeiffer will watch Anne Hathaway reprise her iconic role as Catwoman in The Dark Knight Rises.
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The two stars were just the few among many celebs who stepped out for the summer flick’s big Los Angeles premiere this Friday.
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Some women just have all the luck.
Among those women: Michelle Pfeiffer, who, at 54, looks just as good as (if not better than) she did when she first became popular on the big screen, back in the early ’80s.
Pfeiffer is still fabulous!
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The first time Michelle Pfeiffer worked with Tim Burton was in 1992’s Batman Returns in which she played Selina Kyle, aka Catwoman. This summer, fans are looking forward to a new Catwoman, played by Anne Hathaway, 29, in The Dark Knight Rises, but is Pfeiffer?
“I love Anne Hathaway, I’m a huge fan,” the… More »
Last week, the trailer for Dark Shadows, Johnny Depp and Tim Burton’s latest collaboration, was unveiled but now it’s time to get a better look at the cast!
Based on the 1960s soap opera of the same name, Depp plays vampire Barnabus Collins who comes back from the dead (sort of) and vows to help… More »
Michelle Pfeiffer’s character Ingrid in New Year’s Eve is looking to fulfill her New Year’s resolutions in one day and she seeks the help of hottie Zac Efron’s much younger character Paul. The actors (who have already appeared together in Hairspray) chatted Wednesday morning with Matt Lauer on the TODAY show, and the anchor just… More »
They’re some of the sexiest women in Hollywood and they’ve all put on the latex and leather for the coveted Catwoman role! From Michelle Pfeiffer’s 1992 role in Batman Returns as the woman-turned-kitty, to Halle Berry’s sexy (yet not so well received) role in the 2004 movie Catwoman, to most recently Anne Hathaway shooting scenes… More »
Madonna’s miracle surgery visage graces the cover of New York Magazine. The Madge mug is hailed in “The New New Face” as the prototype for the new 40- and 50-something standard of celebrity beauty.The author claims that the Hard Candy singer, who turns 50 this month, has defied the notion that “past a certain age,… More »