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For Khloé Kardashian, “My outdoor space is my sanctuary.”
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star and admitted neat freak recently revealed that her happy place at home is her charming (and chic) backyard.
“One of my favorite things to do — especially at the end of a long day — is to sit out there and reflect,” she says in a new post on her app. “It really gives me so much peace and helps me relax and de-stress, which is So important.”
Her dreamy retreat also inspires Kardashian to be thankful for “all that is good in my life.”
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- Megan Stein
(Sugar and) spice up their life!
The Beckhams are taking over Instagram after visiting the Museum of Ice Cream, sharing snaps from their family outing that included a dip in the sprinkle pool and exploring a room full of gigantic Popsicles.
“Still not too old for a little ice cream with Dad,” the retired soccer star, 42, captioned the photo.
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- Stephanie Petit
He will serve under Zack Van Amburg and Jamie Erlicht, the former presidents of Sony Pictures Television who joined the tech giant back in June to oversee the company’s growing push into original content.
Cherniss left Wgn America and Tribune after they were acquired by Sinclair Broadcasting, as Sinclair planned to shift focus away from producing original series. Peter Kern took over Tribune Media following the exit of CEO Peter Liguori, who announced his resignation in January. Cherniss had been with the network since March 2013. As Variety previously reported, Cherniss was a contender for vacant posts at both AMC and Sony Pictures Television. Sources say he was offered the chance to replace AMC’s president of original programming and development Joel Stillerman, who »
- Joe Otterson
This weekend, Marvel Studios added another notch to its belt, as Spider-Man: Homecoming passed $700 million in ticket sales at the worldwide box office. Homecoming has become the 8th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to pass the milestone and already topped the box office totals of such recent Marvel releases as Ant-Man and Doctor Strange.
The film still lags behind this summer’s other two superhero releases, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and Wonder Woman, which brought in $861 million and $797 million. While Guardians’ box office run is practically over, Homecoming and Wonder Woman still have a little bit of gas still left in the tank. On top of remaining domestic (Us and Canada) sales, Wonder Woman will debut in Japan at the end of the month, likely pushing it way past the $800 million figure, and Homecoming is due out in China next month.
Homecoming sits as the fourth highest-grossing Spider-Man film domestically, »
- Justin Cook
Popular belief deems fat as the dietary enemy, but according to the ketogenic diet—keto for short—that may not be the case.
The very low-carb, moderate protein and high-fat eating plan has been around for decades. Originally, it grew popular for treating patients with epilepsy and diabetes, but today it’s gained a following for success stories in weight loss. While it’s definitely fairly restrictive—dessert lovers keep moving—it’s doable in the office, you’ll find options when you eat out, and you can still enjoy some of your favorite cravings.
1. You don’t have to give up cheese or bacon. »
- Collier Sutter
We’ve come to know Alexandra Daddario as the beach-babe-slash-girl-next-door who can also kick some serious butt. She has a lengthy résumé that lists everything from hit TV shows Parenthood and American Horror Story to feature films like the Percy Jackson franchise, San Andreas and of course, Baywatch. And her star power is only rising, with a slew of movies slated to come out over the next two years.
But in the meantime, Alexandra’s using her platform (she has four million followers on Instagram alone) to take on health awareness through a new partnership with Allergan, urging her fans »
- Alex Abel
Is Gwyneth Paltrow worried about Catherine Zeta-Jones launching her own lifestyle brand because she thinks it will overshadow her company Goop? That’s the claim in one of this week’s new tabloids, but Gossip Cop has the truth. It was announced last month that Zeta-Jones will be starting her own lifestyle website aimed at women, similar […] »
- Andrew Shuster
When Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin revealed that they had separated in 2014, call the world a little startled to learn that the consciously uncoupled pair were riding out the carefully timed announcement—delivered via Gp's goop newsletter, naturally—together in the Bahamas with their two children. How civilized, right?! They were hardly the first exes to be spotted in bathing suits together post-split, but their amicable getaway seemed to inspire a new way to be the bearer of bad news—the equivalent of holding up a big sign for the cameras that says "Nothing To See Here, We're Fine." Not that the aftermath of a divorce is simply all sunshine and organically sourced »
Chester Bennington's family will decide whether the late singer's episode of Carpool Karaoke: The Series will air. In an interview Tuesday with The Associated Press, host James Corden said the Apple Music show will "approach it in whichever manner his family, or the people [who] were involved in that episode, would like it to be handled."
The Late Late Show host called the Linkin Park frontman's suicide a "tragedy," adding that the Carpool Karaoke crew "haven't even thought about" considering their next move. "We consider it not our decision to make, »
The pair started things off by jamming out to “Getting Jiggy With It,” before Corden interrupted Smith in the middle of his pig Latin verse.
“It feels like it’s such a big tune. I feel like we need more. I’ve actually been working on this new surround sound system,” Corden insisted.
The British late night host then brought out a full marching band to perform with Smith as the pair of funnyman climbed out of the car’s sunroof to continue singing the song.
Corden also asked Smith about his start as a rapper.
“I wrote my first rhyme when I was 12,” Smith said. “It never got »
Thanks to Australian retailer Jb Hi-Fi, we’ve got a list of the special features for the upcoming home-entertainment release of the Marvel and Sony-produced blockbuster Spider-Man: Homecoming, as well as a video showcasing the Mask Edition 4K Collector’s Set; check them out here…
– The Vulture Takes Flight
– Spidey Stunts
– A Tangled Web
– Searching For Spider-Man
– Brain Power
– Your Changing Body
Deleted & Extended Scenes
– A Film by Peter Parker (Director’s Cut)
– Return from Atm
– Triskelion Cleanup
– Anxious Toomes
– Go It Alone
– Happy Calls His Mom
– Midtown News Final Segment
– Mr. Harrington Lessons in Love
– Aaron Still Stuck
Sneak Peek at Marvel’s Spider-Man on Playstation
Spider-Man: Homecoming Vr Trailer
See Also: Spider-Man: Homecoming Blu-ray steelbook artwork revealed
- Gary Collinson
All dogs go to heaven, right? After doing press in New York over the weekend, Jessica Alba announced via Instagram Monday that her family has lost yet another four-legged friend. "Came home to a dog-less home. Our sweet girl Bowie is now resting in peace with her sister Sidders," the 36-year-old actress said of the bull dog. "It's been a rough two weeks. Will cherish our last night cuddling forever." The Mechanic: Resurrection star, who is currently pregnant with Baby No. 3, shared a mix of paparazzi and personal photos. "Bowmeister was the sweetest love bug," she said. "Rip Bowie." "No!" Gwyneth Paltrow commented. "This is so sad. Sending you all »
Gender pay inequality has always been an issue in Hollywood, but it has recently become a hot-button topic as actresses in the industry have been vocal about their own experiences and the problem’s deep misogyny. Over the last year or so no less than Jessica Chastain (who most recently through shade at CBS for lack of female leads), Brie Larson, Viola Davis, Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Watson, Kristen Stewart, Meryl Streep, Natalie Portman, Carey Mulligan, Charlize Theron, Gwyneth Paltrow, Patricia Arquette, Rooney Mara and, of course, Oprah have expressed their concern, and personal experiences, with Gender pay inequality.
- Jordan Ruimy
Talk about strong leg muscles!
The singer, 48, did some power breathing as she performed the move — forwards And backwards — while listening to Justin Timberlake‘s “Señorita.”
“@jlo this morning,” Kirsch posted on Instagram. “#Emilia making sure her #platypuswalks were on point.”
Kirsch added a few hashtags to point out that J.Lo was “#bootilicious” and “#killingit.”
Lopez is seriously dedicated to fitness. Lately, the superstar has been hitting the gym with boyfriend Alex Rodriguez, but she also loves working »
- Julie Mazziotta
Let's be honest, whether it is the fact Iron Man came out nearly a decade ago, he was just another sub-par Marvel villain, or that he had a bald head, you forgot that Jeff Bridges was the first villain in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. I know I do, often, and I love Bridges and have seen every McU film countless times. So, lest we ever forget again, Bridges played the very first McU villain in 2008, Obadiah Stane, father figure and business associate of Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), who betrayed Tony, stealing his Arc Reactor to power his own suit, the War Monger, rather than go along with Stark's plan to stop producing and selling weapons (except more Iron Man suits and genocidal robots than are healthy).
If you remember all this, and the finale of Iron Man, then you remember that Stane was killed at the end of the film. »
- Nick Doll
A few weeks before the release of Spider-Man: Homecoming, original Spider-Man trilogy star Kirsten Dunst shared a few choice words for the reboot, accusing Marvel and Sony of “milking that cow for money”. Well, speaking to Movie’n’co UK (via Cbm), our new Spider-Man Tom Holland has responded to Dunst’s comments, offering a rather diplomatic response:
“You know, she’s entitled to her own opinion and I’m not one to judge at all. I definitely am not doing this movie for the money. I mean, it’s a job that I think anyone would do regardless of what you were getting paid, you know? All I know is I had the greatest time on this movie and I absolutely loved it and if she doesn’t want to go and see it, I don’t really care. I don’t dislike her in any way for what »
- Gary Collinson
The Academy Awards has a long reputation of being the straight-a cheerleader big sister to the Golden Globes’ more rebellious, drama club younger sibling, at least as far as its fashions are concerned. Save for some break-the-mold looks like Bjork’s infamous swan dress (and, lest we forget, its accompanying egg clutch) and Cher’s Bob Mackie headdress, the Oscars are remembered for polished jewels while the Globes are there for stars to make statements.
The go-to example for this argument is still, now over a decade later, “The Practice” star Lara Flynn Boyle’s skimpy petal pink prima ballerina faux paus from the 2003 ceremony. The get-up served its purpose; that is, it changed her narrative for the evening from solely being about her recent breakup with Jack Nicholson, who would win lead actor in a motion picture drama for “About Schmidt” (he told the Associated Press that Boyle’s Swarovski-dazzled tulle skirt and matching Chanel shoes »
- Whitney Friedlander
Update: Apple Music has shared another Carpool Karaoke teaser ahead of the show's August 8th premiere. The new clip features James Corden and a slew of celebrities dancing to James Brown's "Get Up Offa That Thing." The trailer is available to watch below.
Rice, 42, announced on Twitter on Sunday that he intends to fast for slightly less than four months, drinking “as much organic cold-pressed juice and water as I need” and adding that “3 days of just water will allow your body to heal.”
The reality star, who already follows a gluten-free and raw vegan diet, said he hopes “to inspire others to give it a try for as many days as they can,” but his tweet »
- Benjamin VanHoose
When Halle Berry is the first celeb to wear your line, you're doing something right. Mackage's Elisa Dahan and Eran Elfassy are an inspiring pair who, since launching their first line of leather jackets in 1999, have collaborated with one of the most famous faces to date: the one and only Gwyneth Paltrow. The brand was founded in Montreal, Quebec, Canada by two childhood friends-turned-co-creative directors with a mission to change the women's outerwear game forever. Each collection is creatively designed with intricate detailing and tailored cuts in leather, down and wool—they quickly grew from making just leather jackets to running a full-fledged lifestyle brand carrying coats, »
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