- Emma Watson feels like she’s a fraud in Hollywood — Celebrity Fix
- Courteney Cox and David Arquette are officially divorced — OK! Magazine
- Adam Levine apologises for saying he hates America — News.com.au
- Catch up with Amanda Bynes’ controversial tweets — Cleo
- Matt Preston will ditch the cravat once a week on MasterChef — Herald Sun
- Mara Wilson explains why former child stars “go crazy” — Who
- Here’s the tracklist for The Lonely Island’s new album — Pedestrian.tv
- Is Celebrity Apprentice lining up an All Stars version? — TV Tonight
- Was Leonardo DiCaprio too old to play Jay Gatsby? — The Vine
- Move over, vampires; lesbians are the next big movie trend — Sydney Morning Herald
The Art of Elysium organisation hosted their annual Heaven gala Saturday evening in downtown LA. They closed down a traffic tunnel in the city to play host to many of their famous supporters, including honouree David Arquette and many other longtime supporters like Elijah Wood, Busy Philipps and John Legend. There were plenty of couples who celebrated together the night before the Golden Globes — Ali Larter arrived with husband Hayes MacArthur, John Legend walked with fiancée Chrissy Teigen, Krysten Ritter posed with Brian Geraghty, and Revenge's Ashley Madekwe brought husband Iddo Goldberg. Joe Manganiello, however, was solo posing for photographers.
There was a fashion parade on the grey carpet, too. Kirsten Dunst wore Louis Vuitton and said hello to friends like Jaime King. Rachel Bilson picked a long-sleeved Valentino, and Stacy Keibler donned Carolina Herrera. Another woman who picked a sleeved gown was Julianne Hough, who wore Jenny Packham and spoke about her plans to hit the red carpet at the Globes today. Her boyfriend Ryan Seacrest will be there as a host, but Julianne revealed she usually preps for awards shows with a group of girlfriends and the Ellie Goulding Pandora station on! Busy wore a sparkly LBD and opened up about the new season of Cougar Town, as well as her upcoming big 2013 that'll include the birth of her second child. Busy told us she's obviously excited to be a mum again, but is almost equally excited about Kim and Kanye's baby!
- Alyson Hannigan welcomes her second daughter, Keeva Jane — Who
- David Arquette files for divorce from Courteney Cox — OK! Magazine
- Philip Seymour Hoffman has been offered a key role in Catching Fire — The Hollywood Reporter
- Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman take their daughters to Luna Park — Daily Telegraph
- Chris Hemsworth scores a role in In the Heart of the Sea — Empire
- Romantic lunch date for Leonardo DiCaprio and Erin Heatherton — PopSugar US
- Tiger Lily Hutchence is the spitting image of her late father, Michael — CelebrityFIX
- Is there a lack of reality in Being Lara Bingle? — Sydney Morning Herald
Diane Kruger rocked a shorts suit last night for a party thrown by US InStyle. The bash, held inside West Hollywood's London Hotel, brought out other starlets like Jaime King, Lea Michele and Cat Deeley. Lea tweeted that she had lots of fun at the event and was particularly excited that she had to chance to catch up with Glee guest star Kristin Chenoweth. Diane had a night with her lady friends after a few fun outings with her main man, Joshua Jackson, including a sweet day date last week when she checked out Captain America.
Yesterday little Coco Arquette — Courteney Cox and David Arquette's 7-year-old daughter — was spotted leaving the salon with a new 'do: some highlights! It's not the first time the mini stylista has switched up her style; in April, as she accompanied her mum to film the Late Show With David Letterman, it looked as though Coco had busted out the balayage, though in fairness, her ombré-effect look could have been created from the sun naturally lightening her locks. But in Malibu last month, the beauty lover was seen having blue and purple hair streaks added to her hair. Now that she's updated her look again, we asked Goldwell Ambassador, Dieter Mersmann from Wildlife Hair if it can be damaging to start the colouring process so young. He said, "If it's been lightened, yes it can be damaging to the hair," before adding that if children do insist on a new look, "I would suggest doing allergy testing prior to colouring as you can have reactions to colour and kids can be quite sensitive." What do you think about Coco's latest look? Is it simply a cute way to look like her favourite godparent Jennifer Aniston or do you think it's setting a bad example to other young children out there?
You know the sound of that dreaded ringing phone; you're ready for it, but no matter how often you remind yourself that it's coming, there's just something about the start of the Scream movies that gets me every time. From that very moment, Scream 4 throws you right back into the beloved franchise with a fresh, updated take on a very familiar story. The original Scream opening scene with Drew Barrymore put the movie on the map, and once again the first sequence is everything you want — tongue-in-cheek, funny, and of course, very bloody. For that reason and others, this is perhaps the most similar to the first of all the sequels. Or, to quote the film, it really is more of a "scre-boot" than a "shreik-uel."
Director Wes Craven and screenwriter Kevin Williamson are both at the top of their games with Scream 4. For all the criticism Scream 3 received, Craven stays loyal to the essence of Scream in this one. Ghostface and his very shiny knife are chill-inducing, red-herring abound, and it's a horror movie about loving horror movies. Williamson somehow retains the ability to write snappy, believable teen dialogue, save one final monologue about fame that goes a bit over the top.
Technology plays a central role in the story, with iPhones, apps and web cams making frequent appearances, which is certainly a sign of the times. Scream 4 will serve as a snapshot of 2011 in the same way Scream is so indicative of the late '90s, belly shirts and all. Still, I'm not sure there are any high schoolers out there live streaming their whole life from a headset.
To read my biggest gripe about the movie, how the veteran cast members do, and the bottom line of who will love this just read more.
Ever since Drew Barrymore's fateful opening scene, the Scream franchise hasn't been afraid to shed blood at unexpected moments. The newest film in the slasher series, Scream 4, hits cinemas tomorrow and we're so curious to see which characters in the star-studded cast will live to see another day in Woodsboro. Veterans like Neve Campbell's Sidney Prescott and Courteney Cox's Gale Weathers-Riley have so far narrowly escaped the wrath of Ghostface, but you never know when the beloved survivors will meet a shocking demise. This time around there's a whole slew of fresh faces joining the Scream family. So, will Adam Brody's Detective Hoss follow in the footsteps of David Arquette's Dewey Riley? Can Emma Roberts live through it? Click through to weigh in on who you think will make it all the way to the end credits.
When the stars of Scream 4 came together for the film’s world premiere at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood today, it was a gathering of the horror movie veterans and the new school Screamers. Original stars Courteney Cox, David Arquette and Neve Campbell stuck to appropriately dark ensembles while the younger generation such as Emma Roberts, Kristen Bell, Shenae Grimes and Hayden Panettiere came dressed in bright shades. Courteney and David shared a hug on the red carpet while director Wes Craven posed with different members of his cast. The fourth instalment of the Ghostface saga promises to be a scream-filled ride (naturally) and also stars Adam Brody, Anna Paquin, Rory Culkin and a slew of Hollywood up-and-comers. Scream 4 hits cinemas this Thursday. Will you be checking it out?
Courteney Cox is front and centre on the April issue of US Harper's Bazaar. The Cougar Town star posed for photographer Terry Richardson in the accompanying spread, and opened up all about her personal life for the article written by Anamaria Wilson. Courteney spoke a great deal about her separation from husband David Arquette. She touched on how shocked she was about his revealing interview with Howard Stern, what she's looking for now, and addressed the rumours she's seeing her costar Brian Van Holt. Courteney said:
- On David talking too much about their relationship: "You can’t really get mad at David because he’s not a malicious person. He was dealing with things the best way he could. And don’t get me wrong, he was on a show for entertainment. David is smart, and David is also a showman. He knew what he was doing. I don’t know what’s going to happen, but I don’t think he’ll be doing more Howard Stern any time soon. He’s not out to harm. But I’m his biggest protector. I can’t help it."
- On what she wants that she didn't have when married: "I think it’s more about needing just a kind of peace and stillness. I’m kind of all over the place, and I need grounding. I want to be calm. I want to change a lot. I want to live not outside but inside. It’s nothing with David; it’s just what I’m searching for."
- On rumours she's now dating her Cougar Town co-star Brian: "He's a really good friend of mine, so I don't care. It just doesn't matter. He's a great guy, and he's definitely been a part of my support system."
See another look of Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban’s baby daughter, Faith — Us Weekly
Inside Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon’s blue-and-pink baby shower — People
Lindsay Lohan is upset with Miley Cyrus’ SNL jokes — TMZ
Sophie Dahl and Jamie Cullum have welcomed a baby girl — Hollywood Life
Demi Lovato thanks fans for their support in a new video — TV Guide
Police say there were no drugs or alcohol in David Arquette’s crash — ET Online
How I Met Your Mother has been renewed for two more seasons — The Wrap
See Steve Carell’s goodbye cake from The Office — Vulture