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This week, many celebrities were in England for London Fashion Week and the BAFTA Awards, and they made sure to snap plenty of photos along the way. From Oprah's selfie with Michael Fassbender and Emma Thompson to Lupita Nyong'o's "losers selfie," a lot of the fun was happening overseas. Elsewhere, stars like Lea Michele, John Stamos, and Emmy Rossum had us yearning for Summer with gorgeous swimsuit photos, while Rihanna enjoyed "#cabinlife" in a puffy pink coat for a prebirthday bash. Some pics were more relatable, like when The Vampire Diaries stars Nina Dobrev and Kat Graham freaked out over the crazy House of Cards season two premiere, Mae Whitman and Miles Heizer got brunch, and Katy Perry fell in love with a tiny puppy. Keep reading to see the rest of this week's cutest celebrity candids, and be sure to follow Popsugar on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter! »
- Alyse Whitney
“Somewhere between pleasant and innocuous” is not a description one would — or should — expect to apply to a movie whose narrative is triggered by a school massacre. But that pretty well defines “Rudderless,” toplining Billy Crudup as a grieving father who gets a new lease on life playing his late son’s music. At least, it does until a late plot revelation tips William H. Macy’s directorial debut in a more serious direction that his script (co-penned with Casey Twenter and Jeff Robison) is very poorly equipped to handle. Result is somewhat baffling in retrospect, if actually rather bland and formulaic to watch. Official Sundance closer may score some theatrical exposure, though being neither quite mainstream crowdpleaser nor offbeat indie, it will likely play best on cable.
Divorced advertising executive Sam (Crudup) is expecting to meet his only child, Josh (Miles Heizer), when news arrives that someone has run »
- Dennis Harvey
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