Hot mama alert!
Angelina Jolie looked absolutely stunning as she stepped out in London, England Tuesday night. Clad in a chic cream dress, the mother-of-six’s fashion game was on-point as she celebrated the premiere of her directorial project, Unbroken.
Speaking with Empire magazine, Bale, who starred as Gotham’s superhero in all three installments of Christopher Nolan‘s The Dark Knight trilogy, admits that he wasn’t ready to hang up his cape for good just yet when it was announced that Affleck will be stepping in as his new successor.
Speaking with Violet Grey’s The Violet Files, the new mom gushes about her baby, explaining to the digital magazine just why she and her longtime boyfriend chose the name Esmeralda Amada for their first child together.
Though word has that Taylor Swift is currently attached to the planned adaptation Joni Mitchell biopic Girls Like Us, the Canadian singer-songwriter is presumably doing everything in her power to stop that from happening. In fact, in recent interview with The Sunday Times, Mitchell says her body physically rejected the idea of Swift playing her in a movie.
Here’s her full cutthroat, tell-it-like-it-is quote:
Whether you like it or not, you’re about to see a whole lot of Peter Pan.
With the premiere of NBC’s live musical about the boy who never wants to grow up just around the corner, Warner Bros. has decided this would be the perfect time to — surprise! — release the trailer for its own take on the fable.
Whatever happened in the 90s, stays in the 90s.
Speaking with The Mirror, Jessie J denies rumors that she has signed on for such a Herculean task of remaking the classic collaboration, explaining that the rumors are absolutely “not true.” Whew.
On Monday, the singer was spotted leaving her hotel in Paris, France for her final concert. Clad in a low-plunging feathered dress, Gaga looked like she was ready for ArtRave’s swan song as she hopped into an awaiting car.
In a new interview with The Telegraph, the 68-year-old show business veteran slams the 21-year-old “Love Me Harder” singer for using sex and skin to sell records. Midler, who has won three Grammys, four Golden Globes and three Emmys in her career, tells the publication that Grande and the rest of her contemporaries are doing “terrible” things to pop music these days.
It turns out The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1‘s “The Hanging Tree” wasn’t Jennifer Lawrence‘s first musical performance in front of a large audience.
CNN recently released never-before-seen footage of the Oscar winner, then 14, acting in a high school production of William Shakespeare‘s Othello. Playing Desdemona, Lawrence sang a little ditty in front of a crowd at the Walden Theatre in Louisville, Ky., in the video.