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Jennifer Lawrence is defending carbohydrates.
"Jennifer is the anti-vegan, anti-gluten-free consumer, having just eaten a breakfast of spaghetti and meatballs before the interview," Vanity Fair contributor Sam Kashner says of the actress following their much talked-about interview.
Kashner adds that the 24-year-old actress refers to gluten-free dieting as "the new cool eating disorder, the 'basically I just don’t eat carbs' [diet]."
Even back at the 2011 Academy Awards when Lawrence was nominated for her role in Winter's Bone, the actress was touting to Et about how much she dislikes dieting.
Chris Martin has some competition! In Vanity Fair's November issue, 24-year-old cover girl Jennifer Lawrence raved about Larry David, saying, "I'm in love with him, and I have been for a really long time." How did the Curb Your Enthusiasm star react to Lawrence's public profession of love? "Smart kid," he said during the New Yorker Festival Saturday. "It's a shame that I'm about 40 years older than she is." The New Yorker's David Remnick then read the rest of Lawrence's quote, in which the Academy Award winner said, "I worship Woody Allen, but I don't feel it below the belt the way I do for Larry David." The 67-year-old co-creator and head writer of Seinfeld »
Dating Jennifer Lawrence seems like a no-brainer, but not in Larry David’s mind. The 67-year-old comedy legend was asked about the Oscar winner, 24, during the New Yorker Festival on Saturday, Oct. 11 after she confessed her infatuation with him in her recent Vanity Fair cover story. The Hunger Games star, 24, who is currently dating Coldplay’s Chris Martin, was quoted in the Vanity Fair interview as saying, “I’m in love with [David], and I have been for a really long time. I worship Woody Allen, but [...] »
During a panel at Saturday's New Yorker Festival, the comedian was asked about Lawrence's recent confession in Vanity Fair where she said, "I'm in love with him, and I have been for a really long time."
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- Robyn Ross
In her interview with Vf, Lawrence, 24, revealed that she had a crush on the Seinfeld creator, saying, "I'm in love with him, and I have been for a really long time."
Photos: They Dated?! Random Celebrity Hookups
New Yorker editor David Remnick read aloud this quote to David during their discussion at the 15th Annual New Yorker Festival on Saturday, Oct. 11, of which the funnyman joked, "Maybe she's referring to her knees. I don't think I could do it. On one hand it's very flattering and on another hand, it's kind of »
Katie Holmes will reprise her Jackie Kennedy role in "The Kennedys – After Camelot” ReelzChannel is following up on its 2011 “The Kennedys” miniseries with a four-episode follow-up based on the book “After Camelot, which documents the Kennedys from Robert F. Kennedy’s assassination in 1968 to the present. Holmes will also serve as an executive producer while directing one of the episodes. Billy Eichner accuses Burger King of ripping him off A new Burger King ad features a guy on a street yelling at people, which prompted a Twitter tirade from Eichner on Sunday night: "Hey @BurgerKing-thanks for stealing my act for ur new commercial!! Except its not as funny & everyone knows u stole it. Get Your Own Ideas." “SNL” ties its lowest-ever demo ratings with Bill Hader Last week’s episode was down from one-tenth from the Sarah Silverman episode. Plus: Watch the unaired Coal Miners sketch, and "SNL" had a »
- Norman Weiss
Jennifer Lawrence revealed her love of Larry David in a companion piece to this month’s Vanity Fair cover story, saying, "I'm in love with him, and I have been for a really long time. I worship Woody Allen, but I don't feel it below the belt the way I do for Larry David.” Thankfully Allen hasn't weighed in, but David took the time to respond to Lawrence’s comments during a conversation with David Remnick at the New Yorker Festival yesterday, saying, “Smart kid. It's a shame that I'm about 40 years older than she is.” He went on: “Maybe she's referring to her knees. I don't think I could do it. On one hand it's very flattering and on another hand, it's kind of a shame — in terms of timing. I'd have fun watching the reality show of it, though." As would we. »
- Anna Silman
After last nights marathon, two X Factor contestants were shown the door. Stuart Heritage liveblogged the entire weekend, as it happened.
And that really is it for the weekend. While we say goodbye and good job I didnt bother to memorise your surnames to Blonde Electra and Overload Generation, its time for me to say goodbye.
Youve been wonderful, but then again I never had any doubts to the contrary. Ill be back here next Saturday, when X Factor will only be two hours long. Imagine! Also, why not follow me on Twitter (Im @StuHeritage) to see me whining about liveblogging throughout the week in real time? Now get out of here. Weve already missed 15 minutes of Homeland.
Thankfully, this is probably the right decision. I was worried for a second there. That said, it would have been funny if theyd stayed, just because Simon hates them so much. »
- Stuart Heritage
Larry David answered several burning questions during an appearance at the 15th annual New Yorker Festival on Saturday. In a discussion with New Yorker editor David Remnick, he addressed the inspirations behind his most beloved work on “Seinfeld” and “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” but he also spoke to a matter of the heart. This week, Vanity Fair released an interview with actress Jennifer Lawrence in which she said of David, “I'm in love with him, and I have been for a really long time.” Also read: Larry David to Basically Play Larry David in Broadway Debut ‘Fish in the Dark’ When asked about “The Hunger. »
- Jethro Nededog
This is what Sam Smith posted on Twitter after his show in Nashville Sunday night:And this is what he posted less than four hours later, believing, apparently, that the publication of a new tweet brushes away one's last, the way a name written in sand is washed away by waves: This embarrassing fake-illness snafu was just one of many faux pas Smith would commit over the weekend. Like a slightly more hirsute Larry David, Smith refused to abide by the unspoken social rules that underpin civilized society. First, when it was his karaoke partner's turn to sing, Smith stubbornly held the mike at waist level rather than let it get one inch closer to someone who was not Sam Smith's lips: Then, like a true karaoke villain, Smith performed "***Flawless" without doing the customary hand gestures during the "I woke up like this" part: Worst of all, Smith sang »
- Nate Jones
Jennifer Lawrence knows what she wants in a boyfriend -- and her rules might surprise you!Amid rumors of a relationship with Coldplay's Chris Martin, the "Hunger Games" star reveals what she would want in a new beau. "I would just rather have somebody that has the same taste in reality TV," the actress says in the November issue of Vanity Fair, adding that her shows of choice include "Shark Tank," "Intervention" and "Dance Moms." Jennifer Lawrence Speaks Out on Stolen Nude Photos "I do love my Real Housewives," she adds. "New York Housewives -- and Beverly Hills, New Jersey, and Atlanta Housewives. I mean, I love them all, but Miami -- oh, my God! Miami is really special."J. Law also has a rather crude request for a male suitor. "[I want someone who] isn't afraid to fart in front of me [rather] than to have big, passionate love," she declares. "I'd rather have just a peaceful time. »
- tooFab Staff
Apparently, it doesn't take much to date J Law.
Listen up, Chris Martin!
Jennifer Lawrence recently told Vanity Fair five things she's looking for in a boyfriend, which perhaps not surprisingly for the quirky actress, includes a taste for bad reality TV, farting and eating.
Apparently, it doesn't take much to date the beautiful Oscar-winning actress!
"I would just rather have somebody that has the same taste in reality TV," Jennifer dishes. "Shark Tank. Wait, oh, Dance Moms -- that is a good one! O.K., maybe my favorite is Dance Moms, but I do love my Real Housewives. But there’s also -- there's Doomsday Preppers. Hoarders is O.K. I find it gets a little boring after a while, but it's great ... Basically, what I'm saying is all I need in a relationship is somebody to watch TV with me."
She's also looking »
The Festival du Nouveau Cinema has arrived and because of it’s strong line-up, there is no way it is possible to see everything worth watching. Faced with an impossible task I proposed myself to focus on just one section of this year’s festival, Temps Ø, which is celebrating it’s 10th year in 2014. This section features the more obscure and rebel films of the Fnc, programed for an audience who enjoy witty cinematic experiences. My most anticipated films from the Temps Ø section this year is a mix of genres and styles that explore different themes and influences.
Der Samurai (Last Samurai)
Directed by Till Kleinert
Der Samurai directed by Till Kleinert, who will be present at the festival, is an under 80 minutes long feature set in a wooded region of the German-Polish border. It is a neo-giallo cat and mouse tale of Samurai (Pit Bukowski), a cross-dressing »
- Francisco Peres
A lot of very smart and funny people who work in the TV comedy business are rooting for Fox's "Mulaney" to succeed for two reasons: 1)Star and creator John Mulaney is both a terrific stand-up comic and writer (at "SNL," he was responsible for making Bill Hader crack up at least once during every Stefon appearance); and 2)This gifted comedian and writer is concentrating his energy on making a traditional multi-camera sitcom, shot on a stage in front of a live audience — a format no one but CBS succeeds with anymore, even though many of us still have fond memories of "Cheers," "The Cosby Show," "Friends" and, yes, "Seinfeld," which is the inescapable structural model for "Mulaney." Comedy people want John Mulaney to succeed, and they want "Mulaney" to prove that someone other than Chuck Lorre can still make a good and popular multi-cam show. For many of the same reasons, »
- Alan Sepinwall
Are you ready for some pretty, pretty, pretty cool news? Larry David recently told an audience that he has not given up on more Curb Your Enthusiasm. According to La Weekly, David said, "I haven't given up the hope," which caused the audience to erupt with applause. "If I don't get that kind of feedback, honestly, I wouldn't have thought of [bringing it back] any more. I actually feel badly I don't have shows for them." Praise whatever lord you believe in; we may be getting more misadventures of our favorite social assassin, Curb's Larry David. The HBO comedy has been around for eight seasons, beginning with a 1999 TV movie. The primary cast included David, Jeff Garlin, »
When it came to the future of HBO’s “Curb,” which quietly trailed off after season 8 with no confirmation as to whether or not it would continue for a ninth, David said, “After eight seasons on ‘Curb,’ I’m just not sure my ideas are gonna be good enough for a whole season.” When a heckler called out, “Yes, they will!” David replied, “I’ve been heckled a lot, but that was the nicest one.”
“I feel bad that I don’t have shows for them,” he told Steinberg of obsessed series fans, “and I haven’t given up the hope.”
The last episode of Curb aired on September 11, 2011. To date, there have been »
Don’t worry, Curb Your Enthusiasm devotees: Larry David hasn’t forgotten about you. During a Q&A session in Los Angeles on Sunday night, he was asked about the future of the beloved HBO show, which hasn't been on air since 2011. “After eight seasons on Curb, I’m just not sure my ideas are gonna be good enough for a whole season,” he said. (When a heckler shouted, “Yes, they will!” David responded, sweetly, “I’ve been heckled a lot, but that was the nicest one.") However, it looks like there might be hope for the hecklers yet. “I feel bad that I don’t have shows for them,” he said of the series' diehard fans, “and I haven’t given up the hope." Neither have we, Larry. Neither have we. »
- Anna Silman
Larry David: “I haven’t given up the hope” for another “Curb Your Enthusiasm” season The crowd erupted Sunday night when David made that comment about “Curb” in a Q&A session with David Steinberg. "If I don't get that kind of feedback, honestly, I wouldn't have thought of (bringing it back) any more," he added. "I actually feel badly I don't have shows for them." George Zimmerman’s family wanted to get him a reality show to “rebrand” his image Zimmerman’s family felt the Neighborhood Watch volunteer who shot and killed Trayvon Martin could have his image rehabilitated via reality television. "I learned a lot from watching 'Keeping up with the Kardashians,’” said his brother, Robert Zimmerman Jr., in an interview with GQ. Lena Dunham tweets she’ll compensate opening acts on her book tour "Some good points were raised,” she says of a Gawker report »
- Norman Weiss
There was no curbing the enthusiasm of audience members during the Q-and-a session portion of Sunday’s Citi Presents Larry David and David Steinberg in Conversation. Some of the more cringe-worthy moments: three women begging for hugs from Mr. David after propositioning him for dates (he obliged the hugs), one guy asking him to autograph a DVD copy of season 2 of “Curb your Enthusiasm” and then bum rushing the stage, and an aspiring female comedian desperately pleading for David to have a conversation with her “in real life,” a request that drew equal parts awkward laughter and boos. Of course, the gruff Emmy-winning “Seinfeld” co-creator handled it all with signature bone-dry wit, at one point telling a fan, “Thank you for that idiotic question.”
Produced by Carolines on Broadway’s live entertainment division and held at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in downtown L.A., it was the unexpected bursts »
- Malina Saval
Larry David recently rewrote the rulebook on TV reunions when he staged a comeback for Seinfeld within Curb Your Enthusiasm. That idea seems to have rubbed off on the Friends personnel – ironic really, as David has accused them of plundering his sitcom in the past. With the 20th anniversary of the mates-based smash in peoples’ minds we’ve seen Jennifer Aniston, Courtney Cox and Lisa Kudrow reconvene on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Now David Schwimmer has reportedly signed up to appear as himself in Episodes. The fish-out-of-water BBC comedy, created by the Friends team of David Crane and Jeffrey Klarik and starring Matt LeBlanc, is entering its fourth series and it seems they are celebrating the Big Two Oh by getting Schwimmer back to reminisce about Ross.
The source for this sensational story? Erm, The Sun. But it’s a likely bet that Schwimmer would be amenable to the idea. He »
- Steve Palace
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