7 items from 2017
Earlier today, we reported the tragic news that the iconic actor Bill Paxton had passed away at the age of 61, following complications due to a surgery. While the actor's death wasn't part of the In Memoriam segment at the Oscars last night, Jennifer Aniston, who presented the In Memoriam segment, issued a brief tribut. As the news began to spread, a number of the actor's colleagues took to social media to mourn the late actor, and we have a collection of these tweets below.
A number of actors took to Twitter to make their statements on social media. Entertainment Tonight caught up with one of the actor's former co-stars, Big Love actress Ginnifer Goodwin on the red carpet of the Oscars, where she revealed that she almost canceled plans to go to the Oscars because of Bill Paxton's passing, but her husband Josh Dallas convinced her to do otherwise. »
Joey McIntyre is being thrown back out into the spotlight — as a talk show host!
In Return of the Mac, Pop TV’s scripted comedy series starring boy band heartthrob McIntyre as a version of himself alongside his real-life family — his wife, Barrett, and their three children, Griffin, 8, Rhys, 6, and Kira, 5 — the former New Kids on the Block star attempts to become a serious actor. But somehow, he finds himself reluctantly taking on the role of a talk show host.
In a preview clip, McIntyre asks friend and former bandmate Donnie Wahlberg for advice.
“A talk show? I want to be an actor, »
- Christina Dugan
The New England Patriots weren’t the only ones celebrating their Super Bowl Li win — their many celebrity fans were going just as crazy over the historic victory.
Although the Pats were down 28-3 against the Atlanta Falcons until the third quarter, Super Bowl Mvp Tom Brady and the team made an unprecedented comeback to send their supporters on an emotional roller coaster — and the first ever over-time win in a Super Bowl.
Nobody celebrated harder than Brady’s wife, supermodel Gisele Bündchen. The Brazilian native was caught on camera taking video of the incredible moment after her husband’s team scored the final touchdown. »
- Stephanie Petit
Et's Kevin Frazier caught up with the couple on their Super Bowl Li Radio Row set for The Jenny McCarthy Show on SiriusXM at the George R. Brown Convention in Houston, Texas, on Thursday, where they explained why they're perfectly happy being a family of five.
The duo, who tied the knot in August 2014, told Et they have talked about having a baby together, and sometimes still "go back and forth" on the idea.
"I'm like, 'Oh my god, I really, really kind of still' -- I'm at that age where it's like really tick tock," McCarthy, 44, dished. "And we both said we enjoy each other's company so much, and we have three kids [from previous relationships]! So, we want to be able to give all our energy to them »
The 98 Degrees frontman stopped by People Now to talk about his new TV project with the New Kids on the Block member, a comedy inspired by their former boy bands reuniting later in life and the struggles that come along with it.
“We put our heads together and said, ‘This sounds like a great show,’ ” says Lachey. “There’s a lot of material there that’s pretty comedic, and it will be a lot of fun.”
Although the »
- Stephanie Petit
Talk about a crazy hair day!
Watch: Jenny McCarthy Says It's 'Completely Unfair' Mariah Carey Is Blaming Others for 'Train Wreck' Nye Performance
"You know it's true love when you FaceTime your man and he still loves you when you look like a troll," the 44-year-old TV personality wrote on Instagram.
Of course, it's no surprise that the couple, who married in 2014, facetimes all the time.
Last year, McCarthy revealed to Et that she can't go 24 hours without seeing her husband.
Watch the video below for more.
For “Fences,” says composer Marcelo Zarvos, the starting point was August Wilson’s play, “this almost sacred material.” Director Denzel Washington even told him that Wilson’s words were the score, and that “we are employing every available technique, notably the music, to enhance those words and enrich them when needed.”
Surprisingly, given the 1950s Pittsburgh setting, Washington did not want “a bluesy or jazzy score. He really gravitated toward the piano,” says Zarvos, who plays some of the piano heard in the film. “It’s so direct, for scenes that are so delicate, and the music has to navigate these masterful performances. The piano tends to have a gentle but emotionally powerful way of enhancing the movie. »
- Jon Burlingame
7 items from 2017
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