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Whatever your plans may be for Halloween, there’s a good chance The Walking Dead‘s Norman Reedus has you beat. Though, to be fair, he’s got the help of the AMC hit’s props department to make for an appropriately creepy day.
The symbiotic relationship between celebrities and their personal assistants and employees is a storied one—and often, said stories involve personal errands, late-night phone calls, and a whole lot of crying while driving in the Valley during rush hour (for the assistants, mostly).
For Waka Flocka Flame, having hired help means never having to roll his own blunts again.
For such a high-profile couple, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West surely didn’t disappoint with their extravagant European wedding affair last week, sharing photos and details of the events to the public before and after.
Now one of those photos is the most popular upload to Instagram ever: Kim and Kanye’s first kiss photo posted Tuesday has more than 1.92 million likes on the bride’s Instagram page. Before you roll your eyes, the previous record-holder was none other than Justin Bieber and former/maybe current flame Selena Gomez from five months ago with the caption “Love the way you look at me.” Okay, now you can finish that eye roll. READ FULL STORY
After posting a nearly nude selfie and trying to pick up a young fan, James Franco has taken to his Instagram account once again to make a statement.
But this time it’s an actual written statement regarding the sequel to Franco’s film Spring Breakers. Clearly, James doesn’t think the film should be made at all, saying it is being done without his or director Harmony Korine’s consent. Spring Breakers: The Second Coming will follow a new group of partyers battling an extreme militant Christian sect attempting to convert them. In a statement, production company Wild Bunch said that the film is “…not a direct sequel, although there are allusions to some of the characters in the original.”
Read Franco’s full Instagram statement below: READ FULL STORY
Today in James Franco news: The actor posted a suggestive selfie on his Instagram… and then quickly deleted it.
Franco’s no stranger to selfies — if you follow him on Twitter or Instagram, you know that he posts a variation of him lounging around in bed shirtless basically every day. But this one had the added element of his boxer briefs pulled down slightly so he could rest his hand on his, uh, Green Goblin.
Eh, you win some, you lose some.
The following photo pictures actress Anna Faris — or at least, the back of Anna Faris’ head — sporting a flawless, Elsa-esque French braid. And according to the caption — written by none other than Parks and Rec star Chris Pratt, also known as Faris’ husband — the complicated hairdo was his own handiwork. Which is maybe slightly less impressive than Pratt plaiting his own hair, but still plenty impressive all the same.
Not quite as impressive: The (clearly joking) hashtags that follow Pratt’s brag about his “glorious french braid.” A sampler: “#ManBraid #RealMenBraid #isItBrade? #SpellingQuestion.” Followed, naturally, by these: “#WhyIsItFrench??? #ICallItAFreedomBraid #GoUsa.”
And suddenly, we begin to understand why Andy Dwyer is the way he is. READ FULL STORY
In last week’s episode of Game of Thrones, King Joffrey Baratheon finally ended his reign of terror by ingesting poisoned wine during his royal wedding.
While most fans of the show couldn’t wait for the day Joffrey met his end, the horrific manner in which he died — by violently choking to death — was so disturbing, many viewers were almost conflicted about the young King’s passing…almost. The one person who didn’t find it all that disturbing was the actor who played Joffrey, Jack Gleeson, as illustrated by a photo on his Instagram. The image shows Gleeson rolling his eyes, pointing to Joffrey’s white, bloody-nosed corpse on the screen, with a smirk.
If you’re a huge fan of 1980s pop music and have a soft spot for the Mother of Dragons, we have a photo for you.
Madonna dressed up as Game of Thrones heroine Daenerys Targaryen to celebrate the Jewish holiday Purim.
The 55-year-old entertainer posted the results on Instagram on Saturday (below) with the caption: “Happy Purim!!!!! All Hail All Queens! ##certainty.” Madonna, already no stranger to corsets, wore a platinum-blond wig and added toy dragons to each shoulder.
The annual festival of Purim commemorates “the salvation of the Jewish people in ancient Persia from Haman’s plot to destroy, kill and annihilate all the Jews.” Madonna was raised Roman Catholic, then converted to Judaism-based Kabbalah in the late 1990s. She dresses up and goes to the Kabbalah Center every year for the holiday. Methods of Purim celebration include exchanging gifts, donating to charity, celebrating with a meal and, yes, wearing costumes.
Given that Daenerys has been traveling to desert cities and freeing oppressed people on the HBO show, one could argue that the costume is more thematically on target than most. Game of Thrones returns for its fourth season on April 6.
Social media take notice: Instagram just got a lot more lovable!
That’s because Kermit, Miss Piggy, and the rest of the Muppets have created their own Instagram account to promote the upcoming Muppets Most Wanted movie, opening March 21. In addition to some promotional pics, the account features some great selfies, with even Statler and Waldorf getting in on the action. Check out some of our favorites below: READ FULL STORY
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