Looks like one of the Jolie-Pitt kids is looking to explore his musical side!
Brad Pitt was seen leaving Guitar Centre in Hollywood today with his son Maddox, and the duo left the store with a guitar and an amplifier. Because I bet that house isn’t loud enough with 6 kids!
What do you think of Brad’s coverall style outfit he’s wearing here? Looks like he’s going to go home and change the oil on his car!
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Mila Kunis isn’t the only starlet enjoying Paris this week. Kristen Stewart was seen heading in to Le Duc restaurant for lunch today.
Kristen is in Paris for fashion week and is dressed a little more like her casual self today wearing jeans, a tee, a leather jacket and flats. Quite the difference from her Balenciaga outfit.
I am really looking forward to seeing Kristen in ‘Snow White and The Huntsman’. It looks so good!
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Honestly isn’t Mila Kunis one of the most stunning actresses right now? She’s just so gorgeous!
The stunner, who’s been seen out and about in Paris lately, was busy today doing a photo shoot for Dior by the Seine River.
Shooting for Dior by the Seine during Fashion Week sounds absolutely perfect! Lucky girl!
Selena Gomez made sure she checked for streaks after she left a local tanning salon in Florida today.
Selena was getting bronzed in preparation for her role in her new movie ‘Spring Breakers’ that also stars Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Benson and James Franco. Sounds like a fun movie.
Today is Selena’s boyfriend, Justin Bieber’s birthday. I wonder if she has something super fun planned for him? Must be hard to top the car that he got on The Ellen Show today!
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Actress Kate Beckinsale dishes with Parade Magazine on working with her husband Len Wiseman, raising her teen daughter Lily Sheen, and on her love of reading.
On life with a teenage daughter:
“I’m literally a couple months into that. It has been largely about Bar Mitzvahs lately! I had a child young enough that it doesn’t feel too far away from my own experience. I feel like I flunked at adolescence really badly. I found it really difficult. I’m very supportive of how tricky seventh and eighth grade are for girls. I think it’s a very difficult time, but she’s doing great.”
On her on-set relationship with husband, director Len Wiseman:
“The fist time we met each other was when we were filming Underworld, and then we worked together again after we’d been married a short while, and now we’ve been married seven years, so I’ve had quite a few different experiences along the way. It’s different each time. We love it. I think one of the things we like least about our jobs is that it can force separation from each other. One of the things that’s so nice about working together is that not only do we enjoy each other professionally, but we actually get to sleep in the same bed at night and hang out with our kid on the weekends, so it’s great. As far as any secrets I have to working together? I guess always argue over text so other people aren’t embarrassed!”
On her love of reading:
“I grew up as an only child and my mother was also an only child, so we were both very passionate about reading. I think I passed that on to my daughter, who went plowing through Harry Potter and every other book possible! I just think especially in this day and age when you’re constantly fighting the pull of the Internet and television, there’s something about reading that is an active thing for children to do. It opens up their world completely and improves their vocabulary and they can use their imagination. I’m quite old fashioned about things like that, and I really do believe it’s terribly important.”
On her favorite books as a kid:
“I loved all the E. Nesbit books like Five Children and It and The Enchanted Castle. As I got older, we had a real craze in our country called The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, which everybody was really into. I was reading Jane Eyre when I was 11 and I loved that. Actually, my daughter read Jane Eyre when she was 11, too. I wasn’t very frightened of classic novels. I feel like my brain is more geared towards a novel than it is to a movie. “
She’s a fan of The Hunger Games:
“Oh yea! Actually, my daughter’s school encouraged all the parents and teachers and students to read The Hunger Games, so it promoted a massive discussion of it. For some reason, my daughter was a little bit resistant to it at first, but then we just were all completely overwhelmed by it. It was actually this summer that we were all reading it and loving it. We can’t wait for the movie. It looks fantastic.”
You can check out her full interview here!
Photos by Brian Tor/Wenn.com
‘Once Upon a Time‘ actress Jennifer Morrison covers the March issue of Michigan Avenue Magazine. Jennifer dishes on her hit show and chats about all things Chicago.
Jennifer on her engagement to House co-star Jesse Spencer coming to an end:
“We tried to handle it as graciously as possible. I just love acting. I’ve never cared about whether or not people care about how I am.”
On her early years in Chicago, growing up in Arlington Heights, attending Loyola University and being an ensemble member in the famous Steppenwolf Theater:
“I wouldn’t want to have started out anywhere else. We’d pack snacks in our little purses and go see the high school musicals at Prospect (High School). It was a big deal.” She continues saying how she worked really hard to maintain an acting career while also earning an English degree at Loyola (which she did in just three years) “I’d go in to my college advisors and explain that we had to restructure my classes,” she said. “I showed them what I wanted to do, and they’d say, ‘We had no idea that was even possible!’ I became very creative when it came to my scheduling.” Her one regret with the city from whence she came was spending time there when she was still in her “starving actor” phase. “People ask me all the time about which amazing restaurants they should go to, and I’ve got nothing. I could tell you to get a great $1.50 slice of pizza at this little place across the street from Loyola, but that’s it.”
Jennifer on the notion of fairy tales and her latest ABC show Once Upon a Time:
“So often people say, ‘Oh my God, it happened overnight!. They don’t see the years of hard work. I love the hard-work part.” She talks about the day her cast found out the show had been picked up for a full season: “ We were on set and heard the news on speaker phone. We walked outside and there was this giant rainbow that ended at our trailer. I have pictures of it! We all said, ‘This is ridiculous. We’re doing a show about fairy tales, and we get a rainbow?’ “So maybe there is such a thing as luck,” she says. “Maybe.”
Morrison also recalls an early modeling gig she had for Sports Illustrated for Kids in which she worked with Chicago hero, Michael Jordan:
“It’s the most starstruck I’ve been in my life. I didn’t know what to say to him!”