The stars of the upcoming summer romance flick The Fault in Our Stars may be in the midst of their national Demand Our Stars Tour, but that isn’t keeping actors Ansel Elgort and Nat Wolff from having a bit of fun between stops. The actors sent fans of the book-to-film adaptation into a frenzy Wednesday when a photo of the pair re-creating the official movie poster popped up on Elgort’s and author John Green’s Instagram accounts. READ FULL STORY
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Sofia Coppola’s The Little Mermaid may be nowhere near release yet — but Funny or Die’s spoof of the upcoming movie could be a pretty accurate predictor of what it’ll be like. (Or at least, what we hope it’ll be like.)
Coppola, director of Lost and Translation and The Bling Ring, is working on a live-action adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Little Mermaid. Many have joked that the film will feature the hipster version of Disney’s Ariel; Funny or Die made this joke a reality in a video that stars AnnaSophia Robb as a cutting-edge Ariel and American Horror Story’s Evan Peters as a cigarette-smoking Eric.
Even without Mystique’s makeup or Katniss’ bow and arrow, Jennifer Lawrence is powerful.
The Oscar winner covers the new issue of Marie Claire, and her accompanying profile (available to read online) is full of real talk about the difficulties of being everyone’s imaginary best friend.
“Nobody can stay beloved forever,” Lawrence explains. “I never believed it, the whole time. I was like, just wait: People are going to get sick of me. My picture is everywhere, my interviews are everywhere; I’m way too annoying because I get on red carpets and I’m really hyper, most likely because I’ve been drinking, and I can’t not photo-bomb somebody if it’s a good opportunity. But it’s something I always tell myself: ‘You need to calm the f— down. You don’t want to constantly be a GIF.'” READ FULL STORY
Weeks ago, Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler went to dinner together, as friends do. They split the bill, as friends do. And then they accidentally took each others’ similar-looking credit cards, as friends do. But when Meyers gave back Poehler’s credit card, she failed to return the favor and continued to spend money with his… as identity thieves do.
Michael Emerson is happy, guys. Really, really, really happy.
Emerson famously played creepy Benjamin Linus on Lost and now plays an equally intense character on Person of Interest. He went on The Arsenio Hall Show Wednesday night and claimed that he’s not actually like the people he plays on TV — and to prove this, Emerson performed Pharrell Williams’ “Happy.” It’s like that time he read “Little Boy Blue” on Fallon, except this time, he’s also wearing an Arby’s hat.
Emerson didn’t exactly radiate joy in his spoken-word rendition of the song, but he did show off his comedy chops. Watch the performance below:
Rolling Stone really likes its cover subjects naked. In April, their cover featuring a nude Julia Louis-Dreyfus made headlines (both because Louis-Dreyfus was naked and because there was a big-time factual error involved) and now, Neil Patrick Harris takes center-stage on the cover of its latest issue in all his bare-skinned glory.
Fargo‘s fourth episode, “Eating the Blame,” didn’t simply pay homage to the 1996 Coen Brothers film that inspired the series. In it, writer Noah Hawley and director Randall Einhorn actually confirmed that both the series and movie take place within the same universe.
The episode begins with a young Stavros Milos and his family attempting to escape a life of debt by fleeing to Minnesota in 1987. When they run out of gas, a desperate Stavros has his prayers answered… by an ice scraper sticking out of the snow at the side of the road.
It’s the same ice scraper seen in the 1996 film. In fact, it’s the same snowy field and fence where kidnapper Carl Showalter (Steve Buscemi) buried close to $1 million in cash for later retrieval. Carl met an untimely demise, but now fans know what happened to that money — Stavros Milos (Oliver Platt) used it on his way to becoming the Supermarket King. READ FULL STORY
If you have A Person, once had A Person, or ever lost A Person, the following video might make you weep for your BFF.
Frankly, Meredith and Cristina are one of the best friendships on TV. (I’m happy to debate that, if you disagree. Also, you’re nuts!) And as Sandra Oh prepares to bid farewell to the series, fans of the pleasantly sardonic pair will likely enjoy this walk down memory lane — even if you’re not a happy, glowy person. READ FULL STORY
Seth Rogen is not a Belieber.
According to Digital Spy, while talking to Howard Stern on Sirius Monday, the Neighbors star explained that he’d met the young pop star a few times. “He’s a good example of someone, who you meet, who you think you are going to hate — and then you get to hate him… you meet him and he lives up to every one of your expectations,” Rogen said.
We’re all for expressing yourself — but no, Madonna, you can’t wear a tiny strip of cloth to the Met Gala.
There were plenty of crazy ensembles at Monday night’s Anna Wintour-run Met Gala. Sadly, though, there wasn’t one from Madonna, because she chose not to attend. Why? Just check out the singer’s Instagram. “What i wanted to wear to Met Ball but Anna said Not this year! So I’m gonna work on music instead? #artforfreedom,” Madonna wrote, next to a picture of her alleged dream look. The outfit appears to be a series of long band-aids that would have fully exposed the Material Girl’s breasts. #Fashion.
And that’s how you make sure your name stays in the headlines without even showing up to a major event. Sorry, Jay Z mock proposing to Beyoncé on the red carpet: Madonna is the best at Being A Celebrity that there ever was or will be. Check out a photo of her insane outfit below: READ FULL STORY
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