Since Kenny Ortega announced that he was directing a reboot of Dirty Dancing (for which he was the original choreographer), there has been some speculation about who would play the iconic roles of Baby and Johnny. UK bookie Paddy Power has two names at the top of his list: Justin Timberlake and Emma Stone. According to British bookmakers, Timberlake has 3-1 odds of landing the role made famous by Patrick Swayze, while Stone is a 5-1 bet at stepping into Jennifer Grey’s ballet flats. See more contenders after the jump. READ FULL STORY
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While it’s only Wednesday, we hereby dub thee Week of the Awesome Celebrity Verbal Smack Downs! Yesterday it was Matt Damon who forever solidified our crush on him when he schooled a reporter and her cameraman in defense of teachers, and today it’s Mila Kunis, who, in continuing to do no wrong, stood up for her Friends with Benefits co-star Justin Timberlake at a press conference in Moscow. Watch the full clip below: READ FULL STORY
Now that the Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis romantic comedy Friends With Benefits has finally hit theaters, we can legitimately compare its plot with that of the similarly-themed, hooking-up-with-an-otherwise-platonic-buddy Ashton Kutcher and Natalie Portman romantic comedy No Strings Attached. Turns out, they’re not quite as alike as you may have thought. SPOILER ALERT! READ FULL STORY
The floodgates are officially open. If you’re in the military, a celebrity will accompany you to the sock hop. Following his Friends With Benefits co-star Mila Kunis, who agreed to attend the Marine Corps Ball with Sgt. Scott Moore, Justin Timberlake accepted an invitation from servicewoman Kelsey De Santis (watch it here) while at a press conference for the film. He’ll go…provided his schedule will allow it. He said yes! It’s just that yes means maybe sometimes. Also: No means no, and benevolent acts of dateness means that perhaps someone’s got a big movie coming out! We’ll be sure to brief you daily about where Justin Timberlake might be on Nov. 12.
Ha! When asked why he made a military woman squeal, Timberlake said, “I don’t get asked out. Ever. So I was very flattered by that.” Whatever, Justin Timberlake!
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Shooting a sex scene with Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis -- a how-to guide from 'Friends with Benefits' director Will Gluck
Getting big stars to strip down to their skivvies and simulate lovemaking is a tough job, but someone has to do it. In the case of Friends with Benefits (hitting theaters July 22), that someone was Will Gluck — and in the new issue of Entertainment Weekly, guest columnist Gluck explains the art of the sex scene, from creating chemistry to letting pasties be your guide. Check out an excerpt of his column, after the jump. READ FULL STORY
Everybody, relax, we can all go back to having our crushes on Mila Kunis! Despite a report from Access Hollywood which claimed that the Friends with Benefits star wouldn’t be able to attend the Marine Corps Ball with Sgt. Scott Moore — who asked her to go as his date via a request on YouTube — her manager confirmed to EW that Kunis is, in fact, still going with him and nothing has changed since she accepted the invitation. Awesomeness? Affirmative.
Mila Kunis may not be able to attend Marine Corps Ball, but what about her 'Friends With Benefits' co-star Justin Timberlake?
Well, this is sort of a bummer. Just a few days ago, we learned that Friends With Benefits star/all-around cool chick Mila Kunis had apparently accepted an invitation from Sgt. Scott Moore, who is stationed with the 3rd Battalion 2nd Marines in Musa Qalain, to attend the Marine Corps Ball with him this November. But today, Access Hollywood‘s Billy Bush crushed his — and our — dreams when he announced she wouldn’t be able to attend the Ball because of filming conflicts. Bush went on to say that while Kunis had to decline the invitation, she would meet with Sgt. Moore personally when he gets back from his deployment. Kunis’ rep could not be reached for comment regarding the news.
If this does, in fact, turn out to be true, it won’t change our opinion of Kunis forever (she’s stayed in our good graces thus far). But it seems her Friends With Benefits co-star Justin Timberlake may be able to come to the rescue…for America. READ FULL STORY
Won't you donate your Facebook relationship status to 'Friends With Benefits'? Think of the children!
Justin Timberlake isn’t a stranger to the celebrity-endorsed public service campaign. He recently appeared in one of Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore’s “Real Men Don’t Buy Girls” ads as a confused bearded man. His latest venture into world-bettering features his Friends With Benefits co-star Mila Kunis, and may be a little less serious. Check out the video below: READ FULL STORY
Justin Timberlake to announce plans for Myspace on my birthday. The gift? He's considering a talent show.
I love singing competition shows (I also hate having friends, which works out great). So Justin Timberlake’s rumored plans for a possible Myspace talent show have me intrigued.
singer / serious actor’s manager Johnny Wright told THR that a talent competition could be in the plans for the Myspace facelift project Timberlake recently signed on for, that will focus on making the social networking elder a destination and platform for new and existing artists. Official plans will be announced at an Aug. 17 press conference, where he will also likely wish me a happy birthday (a dream elf confirms to me).
In all seriousness, word of a possible competition worries me a little bit. READ FULL STORY
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