Fifty Shades of Grey movie production is moving right along, and we just got to see the first pictures of the filming. We're also still getting casting updates — and today's news is pretty surprising. Find out who's playing Christian's sister (here's a hint: you probably know of her music, but didn't know she was acting) along with everyone else who's been cast so far.
There were no teddy bears in sight for Miley Cyrus' performance at the American Music Awards, but she still managed to keep the animal kingdom involved. She gave an impressive performance of "Wrecking Ball," but the giant kitten projected behind her pretty much stole the show by lip-syncing along. Not only did the kitty start crying during the song's emotional climax, but he (she?) also paid homage to Miley at the very end. As is always the case with Miley, this is some must-watch weirdness.
It can be fun to dress up as a celebrity for Halloween, but sometimes the stars themselves have even better ideas. We've seen heaps of pop culture outfits from Hollywood's finest over the years, and this year has been no exception! Whether you're still trying to find your own costume (we've got about 350) or just want to see celebs all dressed up, take a look at these entertainment-themed outfits the stars have worn this year and previous years.
It's official: Catching Fire's Nov. 21 release date is now just weeks away, so get ready to see Jennifer Lawrence everywhere you turn. Not only did we see an exciting new peek at the movie with the latest Catching Fire trailer, but now we have gorgeous new pictures from the film to ogle. What can we say? We love seeing Katniss in that badass wetsuit — and yes, Peeta is cute too.
In case you missed it, Jamie Dornan has officially been cast in Fifty Shades of Grey, and we're totally on board. You may still be trying to figure out where you've seen him before, or perhaps you're just trying to envision what he'll look like in the movie (you know, shirtless). Whatever camp you're in, we're here to help — by presenting these smokin' hot photos from Jamie's modelling days.
Let's Cut Right to the Chase. See Jamie. See Jamie Sans Shirt. Any Questions?
Oh You Want to Know How He Looks in a Suit Because Christian Is a Businessman? Well, Here You Go.
Also, He Appears to Be Flexible. That Should Help With Christian's, um, Nighttime Hobbies.
But He Also Looks Super Hot in Casualwear. Christian Is Partial to Linen, but This Cotton Tee Might Be an Upgrade.
Christian Has a Helicopter; Here's Jamie With a Chopper. Danger!
But Look! He's Also Introspective and Stuff.
And Now, May We Present Our Trump Card?
We're all looking forward to seeing Chris Hemsworth and his buffed-up bod in Thor: The Dark World, but we're equally excited to see the film's funny ladies, Natalie Portman and Kat Dennings. This clip from the movie reaffirms our faith that the witty banter between Jane and Darcy will still be in full force — even when Thor himself isn't around. Watch as Darcy awkward crashes Jane's date with a mystery man played by Chris O'Dowd before the Thor sequel hits cinemas on Oct. 31.
Charlie Hunnam has dropped out of the Fifty Shades of Grey movie, which means fans of the sexy book trilogy are now dying to see who will take his place as Christain Grey. The story revolves around a 21-year-old woman who takes up an S&M relationship with a hot, mysterious billionaire, and naturally, readers have different ideas about who should play the smoldering character. Now that the part is back up for grabs, here are our top 22 contenders to play Christian. Check 'em out.
We only just said goodbye to Breaking Bad, but already the pangs of withdrawal are beginning to set in. Though we've seen the last of Walt, Jesse and their mixed-up meth world, the brilliant actors behind the series will continue on in other projects — some are already back on the small screen! Find out where you can see your favourite Breaking Bad stars next.
We have major Catching Fire fever with the latest pictures from the movie, which feature all the memorable victors that Katniss and Peeta have to battle at the infamous Quarter Quell. There are other pictures from various scenes, including Katniss in her wedding dress, Katniss and Peeta on their victory tour, and Effie Trinket just being Effie, in all her fabulousness. As we count down to the Nov. 21 release date of the sequel to The Hunger Games, we're getting super excited, and we love seeing all the pictures of the movie so far. Click through for more new images and to get a glimpse of shirtless Finnick!
We haven't even seen Catching Fire yet, but believe it or not, there's already casting news rolling in for the third instalment in The Hunger Games movies. The novel Mockingjay will be divided into two films, and we now know most of the casting additions for the final chapters in the series, including the recently announced Julianne Moore and American Horror Story's Lily Rabe. Check out which characters will be back and what new faces we can expect — warning, some light spoilers are ahead!
Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, and the rest of the cast of Breaking Bad had a lot to smile about at the Emmys this year. The guys didn't win any individual awards this year, but Anna Gunn joined their Emmys club with her statuette for outstanding supporting actress in a drama. Of course, the real icing on the cake was when Breaking Bad won the night's top honours with the award for outstanding drama series for the first time. Take a look back at their big night from the red carpet to the after parties.
That's a wrap for the 2013 Emmys! This year's show had a healthy mix of expected winners like Julia Louis-Dreyfus for Veep and Modern Family for outstanding comedy series, but there were also plenty of surprises as well. Bobby Cannavale took home the Emmy for supporting actor in a drama series for his work on Boardwalk Empire, and Merritt Weaver was so astounded by her win for supporting actress in a comedy that she was rendered speechless. The biggest winner of the night though was the cast and crew of Breaking Bad, who took home the trophy for outstanding drama series for the first time.
Check out all of the winners when you keep reading.
Woody Allen has made over 40 films, and he's adding to that impressive list with this week's Blue Jasmine. In it, Cate Blanchett ventures to San Francisco, showcased beautifully in the trailer, and the city is only one distinctive backdrop that Allen has used. Click through to check out six of the director's picks for the perfect backdrops in his movies.
Because everyone loves seeing Game of Thrones actors out of costume, here are some pics of Maisie Williams at Disney World today. Though it's hard to imagine Arya wearing Minnie Mouse ears and a crop top, Maisie channelled her onscreen alter ego by showing off her bicep and doing a reenactment of The Sword in the Stone with a friend. Looks like the actress is enjoying her time off, and she may have more to celebrate in September, since Game of Thrones is nominated for 17 Emmys, including outstanding drama series.
Have you ever wondered what kind of body Jon Snow (aka Kit Harington) has been hiding underneath all of those furs on Game of Thrones? Well, the answer is a rock-hard six-pack. In the teaser trailer for Harington's new movie, Pompeii, Harington plays a gladiator in a dire time when volcanoes are erupting and clothing is scarce. There's not heaps of footage in this preview, but believe me, you won't regret watching it.
You might think you're ready for the season premiere of Breaking Bad, but it's even more likely that you're a little hazy on the details from last season — I know I was. It's been almost a full year since we last saw Walt and Jesse, so I've put together a cheat sheet on the most important things you need to get refreshed on before the premiere.
- Hank is finally on to Walt. During a family BBQ, Hank rummages through the magazine stack in Walter's bathroom and finds the copy of Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass with an inscription referring to Walter White as the "other W.W." He then realizes that Walt was in cahoots with Gale at the time of Gale's death. Dun dun dun.
- Jesse doesn't know Mike is dead. It's hard to forget the scene in which Walt shoots and kills Mike, but don't forget that Jesse is still in the dark. In the midseason finale, Walt simply tells Jesse that Mike is "gone." Jesse accepts it as fact, but it can't be long before the truth comes out.
- Todd has killed a young boy. After helping Walt and Jesse with the freight train heist, the guys realise a young boy has been playing nearby. Before they can even discuss how to proceed, Todd shoots and kills the boy, which proves to be very distressful for Jesse and will likely continue to mess with his psyche.
- Walt makes a deal with Lydia. In exchange for the names of Mike's henchman, Walt agrees to let Lydia sell his meth overseas in the Czech Republic. Lydia is still around for the final batch of episodes, so I'm thinking this transaction doesn't go as smoothly as she was hoping.
- Walt gives Jesse $5 million. After Jesse tells Walt that he's done cooking meth, Walt visits with Jesse and leaves him with a bag filled with cold, hard cash. It doesn't seem to do much to ease Jesse's duress and guilt.
- Walt might still have cancer. Walt's disease is pushed back to the forefront in the midseason finale, when we see him undergo an MRI — however, we're still not entirely sure if the cancer is back.
Breaking Bad airs tonight at 6:30 p.m. (and 10:30 p.m.) on Showcase.
By now you've probably heard about Jennifer Aniston's striptease in We're the Millers, but is the rest of the movie as hot as Jen's bikini body? Watch our video movie review to find out if the new comedy, which also stars Jason Sudeikis and Emma Roberts and hits Aussie cinemas next week, is worth checking out.
Are you ready for more Thor? Chris Hemsworth dons those long blonde locks and red cape once again in Thor: The Dark World (out Oct. 31), taking us back to the mythical world of Asgard, reuniting Thor with Jane (Natalie Portman), and of course, catching us up with Loki (Tom Hiddleston). In the sequel, Jane is living in London when Thor comes back into her life, and I was psyched to visit the set of the film in England last year. Not only did we get a peek at Jane's geek-chic British pad, but we also got to set foot on various places in Asgard (spoiler alert: it all feels very Disney — in the most magical way).
The last time we saw Thor, he was helping the rest of the Avengers lock up Loki after his attempt to destroy Earth, so naturally, we're all eager to find out where The Dark World will pick up with the two brothers — not to mention whether or not Thor's new superhero buddies will be hanging around. Based on a chat with Hemsworth, it doesn't sound like we should be expecting Thor to get any help from Iron Man or Black Widow this time around. Here's more on what Hemsworth had to say:
Where is Thor at this point when the movie starts? Does it pick up right after The Avengers?
Chris Hemsworth: The Avengers is kind of a side step amongst all the journeys. This is certainly a continuation of it, but at the same time, Thor's journey picks more so up where we left the first one. He's about to take on the throne, about to earn the right to be the king. He's also coming to the realisation of what responsibility comes with that, and the dark side of that responsibility, and the secrets within being king. The ongoing question from Thor is what is it that Loki wants, and why, and how did we come to this? And I think we get to possibly attack some of those questions properly.
Are we going to see as much comedy on this as the Avengers?
CH: Well no, because [Robert] Downey's not here. He takes care of that for us. Natalie and Kat Dennings certainly have some great humour. There's a few nice, fish-out-of-water moments for Thor, but not quite as naive and obvious as the first one. I think the Earth-bound stuff really grounds the story in both films, and keeps a lightness to it that trickles through Asgard as well.
What about Jane? Are we going to see a bit more of a love story coming up?
CH: Obviously Natalie's in the film, and it sort of picks up where we left off, with a bridge being broken between them and how do we fix that, and . . .
She's pissed off that you didn't call her?
CH: I think she will be, yeah. [Laughs]
To see what else Hemsworth said about Thor and Loki's relationship, just keep reading.
Have you ever wondered about the story behind Mary Poppins? It's coming to the big screen next year in Saving Mr. Banks, Disney's drama about how Walt Disney (Tom Hanks) had to work to get Mary Poppins made into a movie in 1961. His biggest obstacle is winning over the novel's uptight author, P.L. Travers (Emma Thompson), whose intimate connection to her work makes it difficult for her to give up creative control.
This movie is perfectly cast: Hanks is delightful as charismatic Walt, and Thompson is a great foil as the overly conservative novelist that Walt needs to get through to. Jason Schwartzman and B.J. Novak also had me cracking up as the film's musical composers, with whom P.L. instantly clashes. But the best part of the trailer is that it's so Disney: you can just feel the magic that's baked right in. (And yes, there is a trip to Disneyland involved.) The film hits cinemas Feb. 6, but check out the trailer when you keep reading.
Kristen Stewart grabbed an iced beverage and caught up with a friend in LA earlier today. She mixed up her typical jeans-and-t-shirt combo with a loose tank top and black bra. Kristen is back stateside after her stint in France for the Paris Haute Couture shows last week, and she's already been busy getting back to work on her upcoming projects.