Music and entertainment moguls Jay Z and Beyonce have no need to watch the throne as they top Forbes‘ list of the highest-earning celebrity couples for the second year in a row. The power duo earned an estimated $95 million between the two of them from June 2012 and June 2013. With one album, two world tours, and a plethora of other business including a sports agency, fragrance collection, and clothing line, the couple certainly have kept busy this year to earn almost $100 million. The list, which bases its estimates from talks with managers, producers, and other industry insiders, combines the earnings of each celeb in the couple as determined in Forbes‘ Celebrity 100 list. READ FULL STORY
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After losing out on the No. 1 spot in 2012, Oprah is once again sitting on top of the Celebrity 100 throne. In my dreams, Oprah is currently lip-synching and dancing along to Yeezy’s “I Am a God” in one of her massive mansions.
Beating out Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, and Rihanna, Mila Kunis was named Sexiest Woman in the World 2013 by FHM magazine. The magazine joked, ”If you were to bury a time capsule so that future generations would know what life was like back in the early-ish 21st century, you wouldn’t go far wrong with an iPhone, a can of Monster Energy drink and a photo of Mila Kunis.”
To celebrate Mila (and her beauty on the inside and out), here’s a quick reminder why she’s so much more than just a pretty face.
1. This interview where she totally makes this first-time interviewers life:
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Close your eyes and begin listing all of the various characters, dialogue, imagery, creatures, props, sets, and songs you can from The Wizard of Oz. Chances are, it’ll take you about as long to finish as it took Dorothy and her companions to traipse their way to the Emerald City. That’s because the 1939 film is a part of our collective cultural memory, a work of American mythology so fundamental that it permeates our everyday lives. (Don’t believe me? Grab a box of Munchkins from Dunkin Donuts, visit the ruby slippers in the Smithsonian, or watch any one of these movies.)
So how do you go about making a movie that tells the story of what happened before Dorothy’s house flew over the rainbow and landed lickety-splat on the Wicked Witch of the East? Basically, how do you make a prequel to everyone’s childhood? “Very carefully,” says Sam Raimi. The director of the Spider-Man and Evil Dead trilogies was at first extremely hesitant to take on Oz the Great and Powerful—the huge and expensive family film out March 8 that Disney hopes will hit the same sweet spot as 2010′s Alice in Wonderland—for a very simple reason: “The original is my favorite film of all time,” he says. ” I didn’t want it sullied. I didn’t want to be involved in a production that might trade off the goodwill of that film, so I didn’t even want to read the script at first. Luckily I did. And then I realized that it wasn’t at all what I thought.”
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One of the most charming moments of last night’s SAG awards was Jennifer Lawrence’s Best Actress acceptance speech, where she thanked MTV for allowing her to get her SAG card by casting her in a My Super Sweet 16 promo years ago.
Lawrence is far from the first now-A-lister who had to pay the bills back in the day. We rounded up some of our favorite commercials from stars who probably wish that the ubiquity of YouTube didn’t make these long-in-the-past acting jobs quite so easy to find.
We only selected commercials from prior to the stars’ big break – so no Sofia Vergara ads for Pepsi or Brad Pitt hawking Chanel No. 5 – although there is another Pitt commercial which made the cut. Check out ‘80s-era Pitt, as well as nine more “before they were famous” ads below. READ FULL STORY
Which witch will be green-faced by the end of the movie?
In Disney’s upcoming film Oz, The Great and Powerful, there has been much speculation about which of the three witches – Mila Kunis, Michelle Williams, or Rachel Weisz — will be the baddie.
Weisz seems to let the winged monkey out of the castle in a new interview with U.K.’s Sun, where she told the paper about her role as the witch Evanora: “It was a fun idea to be playing someone who is really, really bad. I can’t think of any roles that I’ve had like that before. My character is more than mean, she’s really evil. She is a pathological liar, she’s a narcissist, an egomaniac and a megalomaniac. She’s really, really a bad person and she revels in being bad.” READ FULL STORY
Fun in the sun… http://t.co/Pas3ChEx
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Breaking news: Taylor Swift and Harry Styles skied with Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez in Utah. Jessica Simpson and her loved ones (and her breasts) are vacationing in Hawaii. Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are back in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
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Seems like there’s exactly one person in the world who doesn’t love Ted star Mila Kunis: Ukrainian politician Igor Miroschnichenko, who recently called the actress a “zhydovka” in a Facebook post.
The term, according to Simon Wiesenthal Center deans Rabbi Marvin Hier and Rabbi Abraham Cooper, means “dirty Jewess” — and is an “insidious slur invoked by the Nazis and their collaborators as they rounded up the Jews to murder them at Babi Yar and in the death camps.”
Yikes. It’s also a way for Miroschnichenko to imply that the actress — who was born in Ukraine and moved to Los Angeles with her family when she was seven years old — isn’t really Ukrainian because she’s Jewish.
It seems like just yesterday she was little Jackie on That ’70s Show. And now Mila Kunis has been crowned as the Sexiest Woman Alive.
At least that’s what the dapper folks over at Esquire have decided in their down time from teaching us how to tie the perfect four-in-hand tie knot and what month is the most appropriate one to enjoy that impertinent bottle of Riesling in your wine rack.
You’ll get no argument from us about Kunis’ easy-on-the-eyes sexiness. The 29-year-old, who was born in Ukraine and moved to California at age 7, has been bewitching audiences for a while now with her dark-eyed looks, frisky sense of on-screen humor (Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Ted), and ever-impressive, capital-A acting chops (Black Swan).
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