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Not all stars are sticking to only denim trends this fall. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley was spotted rocking a pair of leopard print pants by 7 For All Mankind recently. The official name for the black and white bottoms are The Skinny in Snow Leopard—just in case you we're planning on stealing the fashionista's chic street style, which we could more than understand. While Jason Statham's gal pal paired them with a simple black tee and matching flats, the pants also work with a cozy sweater and great pair of booties like Rebecca Gayheart opted for earlier this week. In either case, splashing down $198 for the bottoms is well worth the splurge—especially since they are the ideal alternative to »
With Halloween quickly approaching, celebs are stocking up on pumpkins! Stars like Mark Wahlberg, Jessica Alba, Tori Spelling, Ali Larter and Pete Wentz have recently been spotted out at the pumpkin patch with their adorable families ahead of the haunted holiday. Wahlberg recently hit a local L.A. patch with his super cute daughters Ella Rae and Grace Margaret. Meanwhile, Rebecca Gayheart was recently snapped pulling her two girls Billie and Georgie around a patch in an adorable wagon. Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Kyle Richards, Molly Sims, Olivier Martinez and Tia Mowry also add to the list of celebs out pumpkin pickin'. Check out all the adorable family photos of stars prepping for »
What are all the hot mommas wearing in Hollywood? Made in the USA cool separates from Hye Park and Lune, an La-based fashion brand that celebs are loving right now, althought the clothing will be available to purchase beginning January 2014. Hye (pronouced Hay) Park's name, is a celebrated runway model who has also graced the pages of several fashion editorials and designer ad campaigns. Hye and the design team are dressing the likes of Celeb-mamacitas such as Alessandra Amrosio, Jennifer Garner, Selma Blair and Rebecca Gayheart, who are seen loving Hye's stripes collection. Hye Park and Lune is a collection of casual, luxury clothing designed by international cover girl, Hye Park. A jet-setting supermodel, Hye seamlessly »
- April Neale
A horror movie has limitless possibilities: to scare, to disgust, to startle, to amaze, and even to get you laid. The horror genre has long been a staple of the classic movie date night, precisely because it gives you ample time to cuddle up to your startled date, as they are frightened right into your arms. They feel safe with you, and obviously, human contact is a good thing. Also, if you’ve seen the movies a few time, you’ll be ready for the crazy bits, and will look all the more brave for it.
But how scary is too scary, and what kind of movie should you choose? Do you go classic with Jaws or John Carpenter’s The Thing, or do you go new newer with Paranormal Activity or Insidious? Whatever you do, don’t choose Saw. I’d also stray away from American Psycho, since I »
- Andy Greene
Many psycho killers in film and television are imposing, scary creeps that no one in their right mind would ever get into a car with, or even sit next to on public transit. But a psychopath of the more cunning variety will take you out to dinner and the opera before revealing his or her true motive and subsequently stabbing, strangling, bludgeoning, or carving you to death... and the funny thing is that you won’t even know what hit you. This rarer breed of maniac is all the more terrifying because there are often precious few warning signs... if any. They've learned to assimilate with modern society and blend into a crowd, or at the very least, avoid standing out. The following list represents some classic examples of this craftier brand of crazy. [Note: Big-time spoilers ahead] Norman Bates (Psycho, 1960) Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins) is such a nice boy. He'll make you a »
- Tyler Doupe
Britney Spears is everything to the VMAs - BuzzFeed All the details on the first family portrait - Us Weekly See Gwyneth Paltrow shine in her new Hugo Boss ad - Lainey Gossip Aaron Paul definitely wants kids - People What Kanye West will discuss on Kris Jenner's talk show - The Daily Beast Beyoncé splurged on what? - HuffPost Celebrity The best live *Nsync performances - Et Online Dick Van Dyke was rescued from a burning car - D-Listed Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo have a breakfast date - JustJared Kirsten Dunst shows off her legs - Hollywood Tuna Behind-the-scenes video of David Beckham's sexy shoot - Pink Is the New Blog Check out Rebecca Gayheart's bikini body - The Superficial »
- Meghan Rooney
Vertical Entertainment has acquired North American rights to G.B.F, or Gay Best Friend, which closed Outfest 2013 in Los Angeles on Sunday night .
“We look forward to working with [Vertical Horizon] and sharing this film with audiences everywhere,” said Stein.
G.B.F. is expected to open in early 2014. »
Vertical Entertainment has acquired all North American rights to the high school comedy film "G.B.F." (Gay Best Friend). Directed by Darren Stein ("Jawbreaker") with screenplay by George Northy, the film has a cast of young up-and-comers including Sasha Pieterse ("Pretty Little Liars"), Evanna Lynch (The Harry Potter Franchise), Natasha Lyonne ("Orange is the New Black"), Joanna "JoJo" Levesque ("Rv," "Aquamarine"), Paul Iacono ("The Hard Times of Rj Berger"), Michael J. Willett ("United States of Tara"), Molly Tarlov ("Awkward"), and Rebecca Gayheart ("Jawbreaker") and features Megan Mullally ("Parks and Recreation," "The Kings of Summer"). "G.B.F" plays with the concept of a G.B.F. (a Gay Best Friend) and how they have become a trendy and invaluable accessory for straight girls to have in their cliques. The film is being touted as a modern twist on the high school movie genre. The film premiered at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival and was recently shown at Outfest. »
- Madeline Raynor
Story, set in San Francisco in the early days of the AIDS crisis, centers on a young dancer. It’s the second feature for Johnson, who directed and produced 2009′s “The New Twenty.”
The grand jury’s best actress award went to Guinevere Turner for “Who’s Afraid of Vagina Wolf?” in which a filmmaker sacrifices her love life for her career.
- Dave McNary
Easy Peasy: Stein Returns to High School Hallways for Sweet Hearted Message Movie
Five years before Mean Girls brought the monstrous high heeled bitch posse back to the forefront of PG-13 blockbuster entertainment, director Darren Stein’s 1999 film Jawbreaker explored the morbid universe of a trio of black hearted murderous maidens in the delightful R tradition of Heathers. In his first feature since then, Stein goes back to the hallways of high school with G.B.F., once again revisiting the formula of the popular female triumvirate, only this time aligning himself with the spirit of John Hughes. Many aspects of high school life may seemingly never change, but Stein’s latest rendering, while extolling a message that seems deliriously obvious to the adult world, cheerfully proposes that even this rigid, socially conditioned environment has had opportunity to grapple with progressive notions of equality.
The three most popular girls in high-school, ‘Shley »
- Nicholas Bell
Well, this is precious.
Eric Dane was spotted exercising with his daughter at Cold Water Canyon park in Beverly Hills, Calif., on June 22 -- and the photos melt our hearts. The "Grey's Anatomy" star was busy working out with his trainer when his wife Rebecca Gayheart brought the couple's two girls, Billie, 3, and Georgia, 1, to the park to play. But when Billie saw her dad breaking a sweat, she decided to join in on the fun.
The blond curly-haired cutie got down on the ground and started doing pushups with her 40-year-old dad while her younger sister pushed her baby stroller around.
If this family got any more adorable, we'd probably just lose it.
- Leigh Blickley
How are celebs celebrating Father's Day this weekend? "I hope she has something planned," superhot Hollywood dad Eric Dane told us of wife Rebecca Gayheart. "Hopefully I get to sleep in, wake up and see my wife and two daughters. That would be enough for me." No gifts? "My daughter brought me home a mug the other day and it looked like she just took a can of paint and threw it at it," Dane added. "And it's the coolest thing in the world." Hailee Steinfeld will unfortunately be out of the country this Sunday. "I leave tomorrow for Romania and I'm missing Father's Day," the actress dished earlier this week. "But we sort of celebrated last »
The 12th annual Chrysalis Butterfly Ball on Saturday in La brought out plenty of stars in support of the organization's cause. Rebecca Gayheart acted as cochair for the event, which raised funds to help homeless and low-income individuals find employment, and she had husband Eric Dane on hand for support. New Girl's Max Greenfield acted as the evening's host, while Colin Farrell, Chris Pine, and Ali Larter watched in the audience. It was an especially big night for Cory Monteith and Lea Michele, though, since it was Cory's return to the red carpet following his stint in rehab, which ended in April. He and Lea have been out and about since then, catching a Canucks game and even taking a vacation to Mexico in May, but the event marked his first official public appearance. View Slideshow › »
- Lauren Turner
Rebecca Gayheart wore the persimmon Inhabit sweater on Friday while she brought her daughter, Georgia, to Coldwater Park in Los Angeles. The ‘G.B.F.’ actress wore the twisted striped scoop sweater, which retails for $278, and is now available on the modern and luxurious knitwear collection’s website. Inhabit is a knitwear brand that weaves together luxury and fluidity. The brand’s philosophy is that pieces should be cut to move and flow with a distinctive and unstudied ease. Inhabit focuses on explorations of fit, volume and proportion. Pieces are meant to be layered, and emphasize a modern elegance and sophistication. Innovative details in the textures, ties, stitching and seams give the brand’s [ Read More ]
The post Rebecca Gayheart Steps Out in Inhabit Sweater in Los Angeles appeared first on Shockya.com. »
- Karen Benardello
Those tired of trying to make fetch happen, fear not: "G.B.F.," a.k.a. the next high school movie with enough quotable dialogue to produce Tumblr memes from now until forever, debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival this year.
"You kind of come into it and you don't know what to expect. Then once you're in, it just gets better and better," star Michael J. Willett told HuffPost Entertainment about the teen comedy. "People came up to me and said, I was laughing so hard and then you made me cry. I thought that was perfect."
Directed by Darren Stein (whose last feature film was 1999's "Jawbreaker") and written by George Northy, "G.B.F." focuses on what happens after Tanner (Willett) is unwittingly outed by some nosy classmates and becomes the title "gay best friend," the acquaintance-cum-accessary who three high school queen bees (played by Sasha Pieterse, Andrea Bowen and Xosha Roquemore »
- Christopher Rosen
Sasha Pieterse is the budding starlet most famous for portraying the most deceptive dead character on television. As Alison on Pretty Little Liars, she is responsible for the torment of several high school girls who undoubtedly regret sharing secrets with their blonde coed before she died. Pieterse, who can also be seen in the new teen comedy, G.B.F., talks about her new turn as a country singer and her upcoming music video.
VH1 Celebrity: Can you tell us a little about your new single?
Sasha Pieterese: “The song is called ‘This Country Is Bad Ass’ and it was such an exciting journey we had. We wrote it a year ago and we’ve been kind of waiting for the right time [to put it out]. It just felt right and I guess it was. We weren’t expecting this much hype at all.
“We didn’t expect it to even get on any chart. »
- Stacy Lambe
Premiering April 19 at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York, “G.B.F.” tells the story of closeted teens Tanner (played by “United States of Tara” alum Michael J. Willett) and Brent (Iacono). In an effort to make himself a hip “social accessory” among a revered girls' clique at his high school, the sassy Brent hatches a plan to come out of the closet in a very big way. His efforts go hilariously awry, however, when the more introverted Tanner is accidentally outed first and ends up as the school’s most popular student in the weeks leading up to the senior prom.
Iacono deems the coming-of-age, teen-centric comedy a “mo-mance,” focused on a platonic, if no less hormonally charged, »
- Curtis M. Wong
Directed by: Darren Stein
Directed by: Michael Lehmann
Discussion of Jawbreaker (1999) seems near impossible without some reference to Heathers (1988). The two films sit together along with their peers Carrie (1975), Mean Girls (2004), Clueless (1995) and others, in the film-genre high school lunch room. Jawbreaker holds only a critical 7% and audience 52% on rotten tomatoes to Heathers’ critical 95% and audience 81%. It would seem that, in the words of their lunch-mate Mean Girls “people are saying [Jawbreaker] is a less hot version of [Heathers].” Critics often lambast the ’99 comedy for ripping too directly from its ’88 counterpart, for being less intelligent, less humorous and unoriginal. But what are these types of comparative criticisms of these films appealing to? While the two certainly hold similar subjects there is a clear distinction in style and intention. Where Heathers discusses the structure of society Jawbreaker focuses on the spectacle that hides the sour intentions.
Both Jawbreaker and »
- Adriene Lilly
Fellow children of the '80s might remember the big teen trend in lady role model-ness being the "Scream Queen" clique with actresses like Jennifer Love Hewitt, Neve Campbell and Michelle Williams (and Fairuza Balk, Drew Barrymore, Alicia Witt, Rose McGowan, Rebecca Gayheart and Sarah Michelle Gellar ... this could take a while) rising to popularity based on their horror hits. Nowadays, though, it's Young Adult novel screen adaptations which seem to be the starm .... "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" star Jennifer Lawrence, "Harry Potter" and "The Perks Of Being A Wallflower" star Emma Watson, Kristen Stewart, "Divergent" and "The Fault In Our Stars" star Shailene Woodley, "Delirium" star Emma Roberts, "The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones" star Lily Collins, "Ender's Game" and "Romeo And Juliet" star Hailee Steinfeld, "The Carrie Diaries" star AnnaSophia Robb, "The Vampire Diaries" star Nina Dobrev, Leven Rambin, Amandla Stenberg, Isabelle Fuhrman, Zoe Kravitz, Alexandra Daddario, »
Jessica Alba was jealous she didn't get to kiss Bradley Cooper and Eric Dane. The 'Sin City' actress starred alongside the actors in 2010 comedy 'Valentine's Day' and she was envious after seeing the hunky stars, who played a gay couple in the movie, lock lips. In an interview on Australian radio show 'The Kyle & Jackie O Show' on 2DayFM, she said: 'In 'Valentine's Day' when Bradley Cooper had his kissing scene with another cute actor ... Rebecca Gayheart's husband [Eric Dane]. I was a little bit like, 'Man, I could have been in on that!' They're so cute.' Although she was a little green-eyed on the set of the film, the 31-year-old screen beauty insists she is never »
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