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You have to feel sorry for Taylor Lautner. No, not because someone faked this People magazine cover story in which he apparently comes out of the closet and is “more liberated, and happier than I’ve ever been” as a result. (Just in case you didn’t smell a rat about such a story being a “special double issue,” a People rep confirmed that it was fake to GossipCop.com. Also, that quote should seem mighty familiar to some of you … more later.) But because he’d be in some really great company if he were gay and chose to come out in this manner. So many celebs have been announcing their sexual preference via their own websites or TV interviews, but the tradition of the heartfelt magazine cover story interview — whether it’s a shocking revelation or confirming years of rumors and speculation — has a warm place in our pop-culture hearts. »
- Sabrina Rojas Weiss
Model/actress Molly Sims shows off her bikini body on the January cover of Shape magazine.
The "Project Accessory" host had a lot to share, including how she stays fit and her favorite wardrobe staples.
Sims, who slipped into a tiny lime green bikini for the cover, said of her toned physique, "This does not come naturally. I have to work out 60 to 90 minutes at least five days a week and stick to a high-fiber, »
Model and actress Marisa Miller covers the latest issue of Women's Health, in which she spills her secrets for maintaining her amazing figure, keeping her marriage strong and making the switch from modeling to acting.
Here are some highlights from the interview...
Marisa on eating naked as a diet trick...
"Eating smart is all about having an awareness of your body. The most obvious way to do that is by seeing it. So when you're trying to lose weight, »
ReelzChannel Celebrity Rundown
Cinema lost one of its biggest fans with the death of Kim Jong-Il over the weekend. The North Korean dictator, ruthlessly parodied in 2004's Team America: World Police, owned 20,000 movies and claimed to have seen every Oscar Best Picture winner. His favorite actress was Elizabeth Taylor, his favorite actor was Sean Connery, and his two favorite movies were Friday the 13th and Rambo.
Speaking of Elizabeth Taylor, her jewelry auction had $116 million in sales, with Taylor admirer Kim Kardashian scooping up three Lorraine Schwartz bangles, paying $64,900 for the jade bracelets. In other, creepier auction news, Liz Bff Michael Jackson's belongings continue to be sold, with the rug that was under the bed he died in going for $15,360, far exceeding the $400-$600 estimate.
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Ellen DeGeneres and wife Portia de Rossi recently showed off their incredible Beverly Hills mansion in a cover story for Architectural Digest magazine... and then they promptly put the home on sale. It was the seventh home they'd owned together.
"We never had a house when I was growing up," DeGeneres said. "We always rented. But my father would dream, and we used to look at houses all the time. I'd pick out which bedroom would be mine and get all excited. The first thing I did when I made money was buy a house."
Now, they've chosen home No. 8 -- and they bought it from Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. The $12 million mansion in Malibu is a considerable downsize from their previous $49 million estate. The new place overlooks the ocean, has a pool, a tennis court, and private beach access. It's got four bedrooms and four bathrooms. (No idea »
DeGeneres and wife Portia De Rossi reportedly shelled out $12 million (£7.5 million) for the Malibu estate, which overlooks the Pacific Ocean and has private beach-front access, a pool, lush gardens and a tennis court.
A source tells UsMagazine.com, "It was a quick transaction and Brad's stuff is already out. Ellen and Portia would like to start using the house immediately."
Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi are on the move again—and settling down Brad Pitt-style! The talk show host and her gal have purchased the Malibu home of Brad and Angelina Jolie for a paltry $12 million. The four-bedroom, four-bath, 4,000 square foot beachfront abode is a snug "downsize" from their $49 million dollar 15,000 square foot home that's been featured in Architectural Digest. Pitt, who purchased the house after his split with Hollywood's hottest woman Jennifer Aniston, originally listed the house for $13.5 million. Ellen and Portia's new pad overlooks the ocean, complete with private beach access, a pool and tennis court—can't »
The daytime host finalized a deal to purchase Brad's Malibu, Calif., home for $12 million on Friday, according to People.
The coastal property is divided into two separate homes, which boast ocean views, lush gardens and private beach access.
Ellen's new pad is significantly smaller than the 15,000-square foot Beverly Hills home she and wife Portia De Rossi recently put on the market, measuring in at roughly 4,000-square feet, according to the mag.
Ellen and Portia's sprawling estate - listed for a whopping ...
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Formalities for the purchase of the mansion were completed on Friday, People magazine reported.
The beach house overlooks the Pacific Ocean, has private beach access, and consists of two separate houses, a pool, a tennis court and lush gardens.
The talk show host's interest in the estate was first buzzed about around Thanksgiving, a month after she and wife Portia De Rossi put their Architectural Digest-featured home on the market for 49 million dollars. (Ani) »
- Diksha Singh
It is official: Ellen DeGeneres is the proud owner of a new home. The former home of a very A-list actor. Transactions were completed Friday to finalize the purchase of Brad Pitt's Malibu manse for $12 million, People has learned. The property overlooks the Pacific Ocean, has private beach access, consists of two separate houses, a pool, a tennis court and lush gardens. DeGeneres's interest in the estate was first buzzed about around Thanksgiving, a month after she and wife Portia De Rossi put their Architectural Digest-featured home on the market for $49 million. The couple will be downsizing a bit: »
Katherine Heigl covers the January issue of Elle, and explains why she wants the public to like her again, saying, "I've never really been America's sweetheart, but for a minute I think that's what they wanted me to be. And I had 'em for a second thinking maybe I was. And then I opened my mouth and it was clear I wasn't."
She added, "There's so much of my mother's caustic, sarcastic, irreverent take on things. »
In search of the best flicks and shows to gift this year? We've got you covered.
Sure, you're eager to grab one of those massive and massively discounted TVs that the big box retailers are selling this year, but once you fight off your neighbors and their grandmothers for the big screen prize, you've got to actually have something to watch on it. TV these days is a toss up -- who wants to watch even more reality programming? -- and so why not cut to the good stuff?
Here's a guide to the top DVD/Blu-Ray releases that your whole family can enjoy (with some fun for you, too). Just favorite place or print out this list, and let the buying begin. You can grab these at stores, or, at online retails such as Amazon.com.
"Beginners": This coming out story of a 75-year old man and »
- Jordan Zakarin
DeGeneres recently put up her 49 million dollar Beverly Hills compound up for sale and is now looking for something smaller.
DeGeners and de Rossi are very interested in buying Pitt's $14million Malibu home, the Daily Mail reported sources as telling People Magazine.
The mansion consists of two separate houses, a pool, a tennis court and expansive lush gardens.
It has private beach access and has had extensive renovations in the past couple of years. »
- Machan Kumar
We got the brilliant news just last month that the Mitch Hurwitz-created TV show, Arrested Development, will be making its long-awaited return with not just the planned movie, long in development, but also a fourth season prior to its big screen debut, which would take us from the time between the end of the third season and the start of the film.
Variety are now reporting that Netflix have secured the rights for the fourth season, with an eye to air the new episodes early in 2013, which is excellent news in my books. Given that last month we also heard that Netflix, one of the Us’ biggest TV/movie streaming companies, is coming to the UK and Ireland early next year, this means that by the time the new episodes of Arrested Development are airing, we’ll have the company who has the licence available to us here too! »
- Kenji Lloyd
Arrested Development returns via Netflix
Netflix is becoming a contender when it comes to original programming as it beats out Showtime to become the new home for a revived Arrested Development.
We’ve been hearing talk for a while about an Arrested Development movie, and that might still happen one of these days, but Deadline brings word that hope for more of the Bluth family no longer just revolves around a big screen revival because new episodes of the Emmy-winning series will be available on Netflix in early 2013.
There’s no word yet on how many new episodes will be airing (or streaming, since we’re talking Netflix), but series creator Mitch Hurwitz recently said he was hoping to do a limited 9 to 10 episode season that would bridge the original series and the long-anticipated movie.
The new Arrested Development is expected to have each episode focus on a different member of the Bluth family, »
- Marty Shaw
Fire up the stairmobile and prepare to do the chicken dance for joy! Arrested Development is officially back. But not on the big screen just yet: the TV show has been resurrected by streaming video service Netflix.It’s not yet known how many episodes 20th Century Fox Television will produce, but we do know it should be available in early 2013. Hopefully by then, Netflix will be fully established over here and we won’t have to wait long for it. But either way, you know it’ll make it over.The show, which chronicles the insane exploits of the Bluth family, stars Jason Bateman, Michael Cera, Will Arnett, Portia de Rossi, Tony Hale, Alia Shawkat, David Cross, Jeffrey Tambor, Jessica Walter and many others. Oh, and executive producer Ron Howard narrated the whole thing. As to how many of the leads will be back – most of them are fairly »
The prospect of Arrested Development returning to the small screen and debuting on the big screen has been alive and kicking since November, 2008, when reports surfaced that a deal had been struck for a feature film. After several years of no film surfacing and still no sign of one materializing, series creator Mitch Hurwitz announced last month that he was committed to reuniting the cast and bringing the show back to the small screen.
Netflix securing the Arrested Development rights is the first step in what could be a difficult path to putting the show in front of cameras again. Stars Jason Bateman, Will Arnett, Michael Cera and Portia de Rossi are all enjoying active acting careers which could make aligning their schedules a tricky feat to pull off. »
Expensive suits. Quasi-incestuous relationships. Carl Weathers. Minor Treason. It’s been nearly six years since the Bluth family brought good wholesome entertainment into America’s living rooms. But finally, after years of fan demand and seemingly endless rumors, new episodes of Arrested Development are returning to television in 2013. Provided, of course, that television has Netflix. Like Family Guy and Futurama before, Twentieth Century Fox is bringing back the critically-acclaimed sitcom (Time Magazine called it one of the best TV shows of All-time) for a brand new season in 2013. But unlike its animated counterparts, fresh episodes of Arrested Development will be broadcast exclusively on Netflix. We told you back in March that Netflix would host original content with Kevin Spacey’s House of Cards, and while Development isn’t technically a Netflix original, the new episodes are surely the rental service’s highest-profile project to date. Hit the jump for more on Ad’s return. »
- Jackson Cresswell
For the first time in their histories, Twentieth Century Fox Television and Imagine Television will produce original first-run entertainment content for the world's leading internet subscription service, bringing back the acclaimed series to production on all new episodes five years after its cancellation.
One of Time Magazine's "100 Best TV Shows of All-time," the tale of the formerly wealthy, deeply eccentric Bluth clan aired for three seasons, 2003-2006, on Fox and was honored with the Emmy award for Outstanding Comedy Series after its first season on the air.
"Arrested Development is one of the finest American comedies in »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Flicks News)
If you've been feeling coldly toward Netflix recently, this might warm you up: The media-streaming giant has signed an exclusive deal to resurrect acclaimed comedy series "Arrested Development."
New episodes will be available only to Netflix streaming subscribers in the U.S. in 2013.
"For the first time in their histories, Twentieth Century Fox Television and Imagine Television will produce original first-run entertainment content for the world's leading internet subscription service, bringing back the acclaimed series to production on all new episodes five years after its cancellation," read Netflix's press release.
"Netflix's bold entrance into original programming presents an exciting new opportunity for our two companies," Fox Filmed Entertainment's President of New Media & Digital Distribution Peter Levinsohn was quoted in the release. "Bringing a classic show back to production on new episodes exclusively for Netflix customers is a game changer, and illustrates the incredible potential the new digital landscape affords »
- The Huffington Post
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