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America's most eligible bachelor may be getting hitched—and soon! But settle down, fangirls. Even though John Krasinski was just spotted on what appeared to be a date to the movies with rumored girlfriend Emily Blunt, implying that he may well be off the market, the wedding we're talking about is on TV, on that awesome little show called The Office. After a rocky start, Jim and Pam are happily engaged. Jim bought a house for her and everything is going beautifully. So the next step has to be a wedding, right? Well, happily, there's a new piece of casting that makes me think Pam and Jim might be getting married sooner than we think... Yesterday, The Office posted a casting notice for a »
• Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's I-dos could be worth up to $200 million. Or not. • Victoria Beckham claims she dresses like a school teacher. Forgetting that just one of her outfits can cost what a teacher makes in a year, what educator wears 4-inch-plus heels every day? • Jim Carrey's career keeps on rollin'. • Kate Walsh's soon-to-be ex-husband, Alex Young, felt the Private Practice star had been spending too much Private time with costar David Sutcliffe. • Keanu Reeves still uses a typewriter. In what Matrix world is that cool? • Dear Emily Blunt and John Krasinski: You two are cute »
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Over 130 stars have weighed in on the SAG strike authorization, coming out firmly against. Citing the economy, the A-listers “strongly” urged SAG members not to authorize a strike, and instead “take the high road … unite with our brothers and sisters in the entertainment community and … three years down the line … make a great deal” when all the union contracts expire roughly simultaneously.
In addition, SAG President Alan Rosenberg was forced to cancel the emergency in-person National Board meeting he had scheduled for this Friday, after SAG activists pointed out in the strongest terms that Rosenberg had no right under the SAG constitution or state law to require that the meeting be in person, rather than by videoconference. »
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Jessica Alba: before and after — D-Listed Jimmy Fallon starts his hosting duties online tonight — BuzzSugar Sean and Jayden had a Fao Schwarz shopping spree! — MSN Hot Gossip Emma Watson would do a nude scene for the right project — Lainey Gossip Lindsay Lohan nuzzled Sean Penn? — Fox411 Marisa Tomei bares all in The Wrestler (Nsfw) — Egotastic Kevin Federline's night out at the bowling alley — Pink is the New Blog Hilary Duff hits the club — Hollywood Tuna Paris doesn't need Benji because she has Brittany! — Hollywood Rag Megan Fox spends an afternoon with Kassius — Idlyitw Adriana Lima goes nude for GQ (Nsfw) — cityrag That Cristiano Ronaldo is oh-so-sexy — popbytes It's a Winter Wonderland for John Krasinski and Aimee Mann — JustJared »
Michael Bublé still has a place in his heart for ex-girlfriend Emily Blunt. "I will always love her. We're still friends," the sexy crooner told People after his sold-out show Friday night at New York's Madison Square Garden, where he wrapped up a two-year tour promoting his CD, It's Time. The Canadian-born Bublé, 32, and the The Devil Wears Prada star, 26, broke up in July, having dated since 2005 – since she first stopped backstage to say hi after one of his shows. The Golden Globe-winning actress has recently started dating The Office's John Krasinski. Bublé wishes her only well in her new relationship. »
- K.C. Baker
We continue our Sundance 2009 coverage with a preview of John Krasinski's directorial debut, Brief Interviews with Hideous Men. The film, which is based on a book by David Foster Wallace, follows a graduate student (Julianne Nicholson) who copes with a recent breakup by interviewing numerous men about their behavior. »
- Neil Miller
Romancing Pam hasn't been the only activity keeping Jim busy after hours. Brief Interviews with Hideous Men, the writing-directing debut of The Office star John Krasinski, has been announced as one of the 64 films screening in competition next month at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. The dark comedy about a scorned anthropology student's quest to figure out why her latest boyfriend dumped her, based on a book by the late David Foster Wallace, stars Krasinski, Timothy Hutton and Julianne Nicholson. Like the rest of next year's competition lineup, Brief Interviews will have its world premiere at Sundance. While the indie films competing for illustrious Grand Jury Prizes, Audience Awards »
I am heading out the door and have no time to really dig into this, but here is the line-up for next year's 2009 Sundance Film Festival as reported by Variety. Dramatic Competition Adam, directed and written by Max Mayer ("Better Living"), about a slightly dysfunctional man's attempt at a relationship with an alluring new neighbor. Stars Hugh Dancy, Rose Byrne, Peter Gallagher, Amy Irving, Frankie Faison. Amreeka, directed and written by Cherien Dabis, a drama examining the challenges faced by a divorced Palestinian woman and her teenage son upon moving to rural Illinois. With Nisreen Faour, Melkar Muallem. Arlen Faber, directed and written by John Hindman, about the intrusion of two strangers into the life of a famous reclusive author. With Jeff Daniels, Lauren Graham, Lou Pucci, Olivia Thirlby, Kat Dennings. Big Fan, directed and written by Robert Siegel (writer of "The Wrestler"), which hinges on the reaction of a »
- Brad Brevet
Every new year brings us another Sundance Film Festival and with 43 more days left until the 25th Annual Sundance kicks off, the first half of this year's line-up has officially been announced. Featured in four different competition categories are 64 individual films that will be showing at world's greatest film festival in January. The remaining half of the line-up, which will boast both the world premieres and midnight selection, will be announced tomorrow. There are some very interesting choices this year, including a film with Olivia Thirlby and Kat Dennings together and a film written and directed by "The Office" star John Krasinski. Even if you're not attending, I suggest you check out the full list below. U.S. Dramatic Competition: This year's 16 films were selected from 1,026 submissions. Adam (Director and Screenwriter: Max Mayer) — A strange and lyrical love story between a somewhat socially dysfunctional young man and the »
- Alex Billington
Once again, your friends at Cinematical will be braving the arctic cold in Park City, Utah to bring you best and brightest from the 2009 Sundance Film Festival, which will be celebrating its 25th year anniversary in 2009. The films in competition this year, spread across four different categories (Documentary Competition, Dramatic Competition, World Cinema Documentary Competition and World Cinema Dramatic Competition) were just announced and we've got 'em right here.
Among some of the highlights we have Doug Pray's doc Art & Copy about the advertising world, Good Hair (comedian Chris Rock examining African-American hair?), John Krasinski's (The Office) directorial debut Brief Interviews with Hideous Men, Paper Heart (that secret Michael Cera flick we told you about), Cold Souls (with Paul Giamatti and Emily Watson) and An Education (from writer Nick Hornby). Festival director Geoffrey Gilmore noted that "This year's films are not narrowly defined. Instead we have a blurring of genres, »
- Erik Davis
Oh I'm so excited! One of the best fests of the year! The 2009 Sundance Film Festival has unveiled the lineup for its U.S. and World competitions for dramatic and documentary features. The non-competitive sections including Premieres, Spectrum, Midnight, and New Frontiers will be announced December 4. Sundance unspools January 15-25, 2009 in Park City, Utah.
Check out the film list after the break. via Variety.
* Don’t Let Me Drown (Cruz Angeles)
* The Dream of the Romans (John Hindman)
* Humpday (Lynn Shelton)
* Paper Heart (Nicolas Jasenovec)
* Peter and Vandy (Jay Dipietro)
* Sin nombre (Cary Fukunaga)
* Toe to Toe (Emily Abt)
* Art and Copy (Doug Pray)
* Sergio (Greg Barker »
U.S. Dramatic Competition
This year's 16 films were selected from 1,026 submissions. Each film is a world premiere.
When a divorced Palestinian woman and her teenage son move to rural Illinois at the outset of the Iraq war, they find their new lives replete with challenges. Cast: Nisreen Faour, Melkar Muallem, Hiam Abbass, Yussuf Abu-Warda, Alia Shawkat.
The world of a parking garage attendant who happens to be the New York Giants' biggest fan is turned upside down after an altercation with his favorite player. Cast: Patton Oswalt, Michael Rapaport, Kevin Corrigan, Marcia Jean Kurtz, Matt Servitto.
When her boyfriend leaves with little explanation, »
- If you are wondering what are the kinds of films that come out of this particular section - look no further then in current headline grabber examples such as with Ballast and Frozen River. So there is always reason to be excited about the announcement of this section. As expected the debuts from Sophie Barthes, John Hindman and Cruz Angeles will be the make up of 16 film selection (read my predictions here). I'm already familiar with at least half of the projects as with John Krasinski’s debut and Adam Salky’s feature length film project but of course, the rest were completely off my radar. Among the projects we covered here are Lee Daniels’ latest Push (not the Summit film) which includes Lenny Kravitz’ screen debut (which means we can expect him to pick up a guitar for one of them parties). THR announced that Nicholas Jasenovec and »
You know John Krasinski -- he's Jim from The Office. You know, the guy who has sat there through five seasons laying googly eyes on Pam. But did you know that Krasinski also fancies himself a writer and a director in addition to being a solid actor? It is true, »
- Neil Miller
Some of Hollywood's biggest stars joined CNN's Anderson Cooper for a tribute to ordinary Americans making extraordinary contributions in their communities and beyond. Among those performing at the event, held at Hollywood's Kodak Theatre, were Grammy-winning artists Christina Aguilera, Alicia Keys and John Legend. Award presenters included Kate Beckinsale, Jessica Biel, Cameron Diaz, Salma Hayek, Terrence Howard, Selena Gomez, Hugh Jackman, John Krasinski, Lucy Liu, Meg Ryan and Forest Whitaker. The ceremony, airing on CNN on Thanksgiving Day at 9 p.m., paid tribute to the cable news channel's 10 CNN Heroes of 2008.
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Leo and Zac weren't the only hot guys who were spotted courtside at a Lakers game this weekend — there was a brand new bunch of boys in the house last night. David Beckham resurfaced after his long flight back to La but left his boys at home this time. On the other hand, Will Ferrell had some bonding time with Magnus while Shia Labeouf seemed to find himself a pint-size playmate as well. John Krasinski and Jason Bateman had each other as dates, but it looks like they were perfectly happy to share laughs together as the home team earned another win. To see more photos, including Adam Levine and the rest of the guys, just read more. Source and Ramey »
While the American Music Awards had our full attention last night, another set of stars came together on Saturday night in La for CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute. Justin Timberlake's ex-girlfriend, Cameron Diaz looked beautiful in basic black, while his current girl Jessica Biel looked equally fabulous in her strapless number. Sexy Salma Hayek stood out in an eye-catching colored dress while the guys didn't disappoint either — Hugh Jackman lived up to his new title of Sexiest Man Alive and John Legend looked hot as he performed on stage. John Krasinski's smile is always a treat as well, even if Emily Blunt gets to see it the most these days. As for the real life heroes, we can find out more about them when the event airs on CNN on Thanksgiving. To see 75 more photos including Lucy Liu, Kate Beckinsale, Meg Ryan, Selena Gomez and others, just read more. »
Kelly Osbourne can spare a dollar — TMZ Happy birthday to the fierce Christian Siriano! — FabSugar Matthew McConaughey's got a new best friend — Pink Is the New Blog Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise celebrate their anniversary in La — MSN Hot Gossip Emily Blunt and John Krasinski?! — Lainey Gossip Rosie O will not be silenced! — D-Listed Pam Anderson, classy as always (Nsfw) — Egotastic Stephanie Tanner is divorcing her second husband — People Katie Price/Jordan launches lingerie — Hollywood Tuna Katy Perry's krazy style — Hollywood Rag Doutzen Kroes's angelic posterior — Idlyitw Celebrity butts pop quiz! — cityrag The inside scoop on Elizabeth Banks — Holy Taco Adrien Brody cops a 'tude — MollyGood Robert Pattinson goes vampire on Tyra — JustJared »
• The Jonas Brothers in 3-D is coming, and it's going to look something like a Louis Vuitton ad. But People threw Kevin a bone, picking him out of the three for their "Sexiest Man Alive" special. • Reese Witherspoon tells Parade, "I don't know how I feel about marriage," but we probably shouldn't be talking about this because she also said, "the biggest detriment of my life is tabloid fame." • The day David Cook won American Idol is a day that so many tween girls will look back on one day and wonder, "What the Jonas was wrong with me?" • John Krasinski and Emily Blunt: new adorable couple alert. • Here's an interesting »
The Devil Wears Prada star parted ways with The Home hitmaker in July after three years together, citing their hectic work schedules for the break-up.
Buble recently admitted the split hit him hard - but according to Star magazine, Blunt has moved on and is turning up the heat on her relationship with actor John Krasinski - after a romantic getaway at a Santa Barbara, California ranch earlier this month.
A source tells the magazine, "They ordered room service, took long walks and spent every second together. John really cares for Emily - he totally fawns over her. And she's loving the attention. She's a down-to-earth girl, but it's nice to be treated so well." »
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