Gwen Stefani certainly seems to be a very hands on celebrity mama doesn’t she? We always see her out with her kids and they’re always doing something fun.
Today the singer brought her youngest son, Zuma, to Coldwater Canyon Park in Beverly Hills to enjoy a little one on one time together. Big brother Kingston must have been at school.
Gwen always looks so cool even in a basic tank and black pants, doesn’t she? I do wonder about the practicality of those shoes for the park though:) At least she looks to be having a great time!
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Wow Christina Ricci is looking so fab lately isn’t she!?! Last night she rocked the red carpet at the MTV Movie Awards in a super hot lbd and today she is just as gorgeous in jeans and heels.
The actress was spotted leaving her Los Feliz home today in jeans, a cute blazer and some very high heels and flashed a smile for the cameras as she left.
Christina’s new movie Bel Ami is coming out soon and is a bit of departure for the actress from what we’re used to seeing her in. Check out the trailer here.
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Production began today on the new Lifetime original movie ‘Liz & Dick‘ starring Lindsay Lohan as Elizabeth Taylor and it looks like they decided to jump right in!
Lindsay was spotted on a yacht in a leopard print bathing suit for one scene and in a white ‘Jacki-O-esque‘ outfit for another scene.
I’m still not sold on this casting. I’m sure that they might be able to make Lindsay look like Elizabeth Taylor but I’m not sure if she’ll be able to pull her essence off. What do you think?
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Wow Matthew McConaughey’s kids are getting so big! The actor was spotted leaving LAX today with wife Camila Alves and their children, son Levi and daughter Vida.
I love Levi and Vida’s travelling attire too! Such cute kids – Vida is definitely rocking those heart shaped glasses and Levi looks so cool – love the kicks!
Matthew was at the MTV Movie Awards last night to promote his upcoming movie ‘Magic Mike’. I must admit, that is one movie I will definitely be seeing on opening weekend!
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“If she feels tired just hearing it, and, like, throwing up, I’m glad she was not the one singing it.”
-Celine Dion empathizing with actress Kate Winslet when she said she felt like “throwing up” each time she heard Celine’s song, “My Heart Will Go On,” from the “Titanic” film.
Gorgeous British actress Rachel Weisz graces this month’s issue of Vogue magazine where she talks about her lack of cooking skills, living in New York City and of course, her new film, “The Bourne Legacy.” Here are some snippets:
She doesn’t know how to cook: “It’s something I want to do. I’d love to be able to get in the kitchen and throw in spices, but I need to know some basics. I was just at the fishmonger down the road and there were these langoustines and he said you have to chop off the head and the claws and sauté them with garlic. He was French. He said he might give me a lesson?”
She hates complainers: “There’s nothing worse than somebody who complains.”
She likes taking on a challenge she might not accomplish: ‘I want to always feel like it’s a stretch and that I’m not quite sure I can pull it off… And I think that is truly the right reaction … I used to get really affected by my work, but when you have a kid, you have to come home and be there mentally.’
Separating reality from film: ‘When the director says “cut,” it’s all make-believe, and strangely enough, that took me a little bit of time to work out,’ she said.
Living in New York City: ‘Everyone moans about the city changing and becoming gentrified, but I think the East Village still has a little edge and also has a community,’ she said.
On The Bourne Legacy: ‘Jason Bourne is in the periphery of the story, but it’s about a new military program and I am thrown together with Jeremy Renner‘s character by circumstance, because, well, we need each other… The paranoia around the film is as paranoid as the film itself – I think they feed off each other. We had to literally run through the homes of these warm, kind people with all their washing on the line turned inside out because of the dust. We were literally on the run. We didn’t stop and talk to them in the film, so it was kind of weird… The tone is very realistic. I’m not playing a superhero, I don’t have superpowers. I don’t even have a gun. That’s really what I love about it, that as this type of film goes it’s not implausible at all.”