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Dax Shepard went into some Magic Mike mode to prepare for his nude scene in This Is Where I Leave You.
Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard want paparazzi to stop taking photos of celebrities’ children. And so far they’ve been successful in their crusade — People was one of the first publications to issue a statement that (mostly) vowed to stop printing pictures of celebrity kids. But unsurprisingly, the paparazzi themselves aren’t taking so kindly to this new movement.
Bell and Shepard appeared on Access Hollywood to talk about the issue with Steve Ginsburg, an owner of a paparazzi photo agency, and Christian Zimmerman, a celebrity reporter. And by “talk,” we mean “duel.”
In the clip, Bell describes being chased with camera-carrying men while she’s out holding her 11-month-old baby: “It’s terrifying to me.” She calls the photographers “foot soldiers” and Ginsburg says Bell is “hysterical” for calling them that. “They’re not soldiers,” Ginsburg says. Thanks for clearing that up, bud!
Almost all of us are guilty of occasionally flipping through a magazine and absentmindedly checking out photos of a celebrity with their kids. Readers might not spend a lot of time thinking about it — but Dax Shepard wants you to start.
The actor, who’s married to Kristen Bell and welcomed a daughter this year, wrote an essay for The Huffington Post, “Why Our Children Should Be Off Limits to the Paparazzi.” In the piece, Shepard explains he recently was at an event hosted by Jennifer Garner about California Senate Bill 606, which makes it illegal “to photograph a child because of their parent’s employment in a manner that ‘seriously alarms, annoys, torments, or terrorizes’ them.” READ FULL STORY
Between Pinterest and shows like Say Yes to the Dress and The Bachelor, weddings have become quite the spectacle. The dresses are big, the locations are bigger, and the ring? Well, if Neil Lane has anything to say about it, it’s going to be a spectacle all its own.
So in the world of Hollywood, it’s refreshing when a couple puts the money aspect aside and gets married just to, you know, get married. Take Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell, for example. After three years of engagement, the couple tied the knot at the Beverly Hills Courthouse on Oct. 17. And in a recent interview with Jimmy Kimmel, Shepard lets it slip that the entire ceremony, including the fuel it took to get them to the Courthouse, cost them $142.
And that doesn’t even include the cost of Shepard’s ring, because he doesn’t have one yet. However, he tells Kimmel that he fully intends to follow in his footsteps and purchase a wedding band from Costco. That being said, Shepard does admit that Bell’s engagement ring was “expensive as hell,” but that’s in the past. Now, Bell and Shepard have taken part in the “world’s worst wedding,” and they couldn’t be happier about it.
Watch Shepard’s interview below:
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Say what? The only reason this crucial bit of info is coming out right now is because, alongside fiancé Kristen Bell, the duo were named PETA’s ‘Sexiest Vegetarians.’ But now only Bell can accept the title, because of course the woman who loves sloths more than life itself would be a friend to the animals.
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Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell seem like the perfect Hollywood couple (remember how cute this was?), but that doesn’t mean the engaged pair are always perfect together.
A rough patch seems to have sprung up on set of their upcoming film, Hit and Run. In a new Funny or Die sketch, we see Shepard and Bell suffering from some pretty serious intimacy issues while shooting some of the film’s love scenes. The two fumble and flop around in bed turning in a supposedly steamy sequence that could double as the work of a couple of braced-faced teens.
So, they do what any couple looking to spice things up in the bedroom would…enlist the services of a love doctor well-versed in all things amorous to help them along the way. Enter Tom Arnold, sex coach.
Check out the video below to see if Arnold’s, uhm, hands-on approach can guide his young pupils to sexual satisfaction.
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