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Justin, 19, reportedly get close to a stunning British model at his wild house party — and they talked all night! Read on for more details.
Justin Bieber threw a huge Great Gatsby-themed party at his Calabasas, Calif. home on Nov. 6, with strippers and celebrities such as Chris Brown, Trey Songz and Floyd Mayweather in attendance! However, the Biebs “only had eyes” for 31-year-old Lauren Pope, according to The Sun.
Lauren is a gorgeous blonde model, actress and DJ, so it’s no wonder she caught Justin’s eye!
“They were together all night, dancing and talking and seemed pretty into one another,” the outlet reports. “They were together all night and seemed to only have eyes for each other.”
She reportedly spend time with him into the early hours of the morning! Is Justin genuinely interested in her, »
- Ivy Jacobson
Wow! Justin threw a star-studded, ‘Great Gatsby’-themed party at his Calabasas, Calif. home on Nov. 6, and sources at the bash reveal that the Biebs reportedly shelled out big bucks for at least 20 ‘big booty’ strippers!
Justin Bieber‘s party was attended by some of the hottest names in the rap game, including Chris Brown, T.I., Trey Songz, Floyd Mayweather and Snoop Lion. Also on the guest list were at least 20 strippers, whom Justin paid handsomely for their services, a new report claims. Read on for all the details!
It wouldn’t be a Great Gatsby party without big booty strippers, right? Justin sure seemed to think so.
The Biebs’ bash was reportedly overflowing with naked women — and not all of them were strippers, according to a new report from TMZ. Apparently »
Justin Bieber's Gatsby party on Friday was Filled with naked chicks ... as far as the eye could see ... this according to sources inside the party -- and all Justin's celebrity friends were there, including Floyd Mayweather and Chris Brown.Sources at the party tell us, there were at least 20 "big booty" strippers there -- and the girls who weren't strippers felt self-conscious wearing clothes, so they stripped down too. Basically, every man's dream.And »
- TMZ Staff
Pretty Little Liars, Josh Hutcherson, and More Visit Halloween Horror Nights! Hollywood was hopping with the cast of ABC Family's Pretty Little Liars stars Ashley Benson and Shay Mitchell and The Hunger Games’ Josh Hutcherson, as they hit up Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood. In addition to Shay, Ashley and Josh, Trey Songz, Alana Masterson with her brothers Danny and Chris, Olivia Holt with her I Didn’t Do It co-stars, Jacob Artist, and Willie Garson all visited the park as well. The stars braved Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood, venturing through mazes based on sets from movies, music and television including “Insidious: Into the Further,” “Walking Dead: No Safe Haven,” and “Black Sabbath 13:3D.” »
- April Neale
It was a big weekend for romantic comedies at the multiplex, with three of them entering the top 15 on the box office chart. The experts predicted that the one that would come out on top was "Don Jon," given the star power of Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Scarlett Johansson, as well as a wide release in 2,422 theaters. It was expected to make $10 to $12 million, while "Baggage Claim," with no A-list stars and a 2,027-screen release, was supposed to be way behind, with $7 or $8 million. But that's not how it turned out.
In fact, when Sunday's estimates were released, "Baggage Claim" had a slight edge over "Don Jon," with $9.3 million to $9 million for "Don Jon." (The third rom-com, "Enough Said," played on just 227 screens, but it did very well, earning an estimated $2.1 million and finishing at No. 11.) That $300,000 difference is slim, and it's possible that when Monday's final numbers are released, "Don Jon »
- Gary Susman
Come Fly With Me, the late, late movie staple, like the old Sinatra standard, put forth the idea that an airline ticket could open up a whirlwind world of romance and adventure. Well, the new film Baggage Claim really believes that, too. But Fly was released in 1963…yeah, fifty years ago! Have the producers actually hung out at any airports recently. Not the same vibe anymore, at all. Baggage is the newest “rom-com” from Hollywood’s assembly line (seems like a new one comes out every other month on schedule) with a bit of a twist. As the politically correct marketing folks would say, “This has an urban edge”. Or to be more to the point it’s cast and crew is predominantly African-Americans. And it’s a testament to strives in equality as this film proves to be just as fluffy, silly, and trite as any Katherine Heigl or Kate Hudson romantic comedy. »
- Jim Batts
Paula Patton fizzes and flounces through "Baggage Claim," a romantic comedy about a flight attendant who gives herself "30 days and 30 thousand miles" to find some man to "put a ring on it" before her sister's wedding.
No gesture is too big, no half-hearted punchline too weak to sell with some wide-eyed bit of mugging from the star of "Jumping the Broom." An actress who showed blessed restraint in films such as "Precious" practically gives herself a hernia trying to freshen this exercise in "Haven't I seen this before?"
Patton plays Montana, doomed to make poor choices in men, so upset when her younger sister (Lauren London) announces her engagement that she resolves to have a wed-able date for that sister's nuptials.
Her mother taught her "You're not a lady until you're married," and her mother's played by Jenifer Lewis, so that's to be expected.
So Montana's obligatory gay flight »
Watch clips and featurettes from Baggage Claim, starring Paula Patton, Taye Diggs, Adam Brody, Christina Milian, Djimon Hounsou, Trey Songz. Derek Luke, Lauren London, La La Anthony and Jenifer Lewis. Determined to get engaged before her youngest sister's wedding, flight attendant Montana Moore (Paula Patton) finds herself with only 30 days to find Mr. Right. Using her airline connections to "accidentally" meet up with eligible ex-boyfriends and scour for potential candidates, she racks up more than 30,000 miles and countless comedic encounters, all the while searching for the perfect guy. »
Sometimes you have to travel 30,000 miles just to appreciate the guy who lives down the hall — or so goes “Baggage Claim,” a movie about a Flight Attendant Barbie type who runs herself ragged chasing romantic prospects while her perfect suitor may as well be waving lighted wands from the runway the entire time. “Girl, open your eyes!” you want to shout, not that it would improve the exasperating situation. That kind of talk-back is typical of playwright David E. Talbert’s popular urban theater shows, though this watered-down adaptation of his 2003 novel is too worried about attracting white audiences (which it won’t) to let its African-American attitude take off.
The project represents something of a gamble for Fox Searchlight, which doesn’t have nearly the track record that Lionsgate (home of Talbert successor Tyler Perry) has had with black viewers; nor has it made the effort to court crossover audiences to support this release. »
- Peter Debruge
Determined to get engaged before her youngest sister’s wedding, flight attendant Montana Moore (Paula Patton) finds herself with only 30 days to find Mr. Right. Using her airline connections to “accidentally” meet up with eligible ex-boyfriends and scour for potential candidates, she racks up more than 30,000 miles and countless comedic encounters, all the while searching for the perfect guy.
There will be an after party hosted by Janee from Hot 104.1 (http://hot1041stl.com/) at Ginger Bistro in the St. Louis Loop at 9:30Pm. Anyone with passes from the screening can attend with discount drink specials and prizes from the film!
Answer the following:
What is director David E. Talbert’s first feature film?
1. You Must Be In The St. »
- Movie Geeks
One of a few black rom-coms on the horizon, here's your a second look at the trailer for playwright/director David E. Talbert's rom-com, Baggage Claim. Fox Searchlight moved the film's release date up by a month to September 27, 2013, in what will be one of the most crowded fall seasons in black cinema history, given the number of black films scheduled to open between August and December this year. Some actually had to be moved to early next year to avoid the competition. The ensemble cast includes Paula Patton, Taye Diggs, Derek Luke, Trey Songz, Jill Scott, J Cole, Djimon Hounsou, Adam Brody, Boris Kodjoe, Lauren »
- Tambay A. Obenson
One of a few black rom-coms on the horizon, here's a behind-the-scenes look at the trailer for playwright/director David E. Talbert's rom-com, Baggage Claim. Fox Searchlight moved the film's release date up by a month to September 27, 2013, in what will be one of the most crowded fall seasons in black cinema history, given the number of black films scheduled to open between August and December this year. Some actually had to be moved to early next year to avoid the competition. The ensemble cast includes Paula Patton, Taye Diggs, Derek Luke, Trey Songz, Jill Scott, J Cole, Djimon Hounsou, Adam Brody, Boris »
- Tambay A. Obenson
A number of top-level celebrities are reportedly following in Stevie Wonder's footsteps and plan to boycott Florida in protest of the state's "Stand Your Ground" laws. The list, which was first reported by Aurn's April Ryan and credited a "a source close to Wonder," includes the likes of Madonna, Usher, Kanye West, Jay Z, Rihanna and Rod Stewart.
Wonder announced his intention to boycott any state with "Stand Your Ground" laws after George Zimmerman after a jury acquitted George Zimmerman in the 2012 killing of unarmed Florida teen Trayvon Martin. Zimmerman did not invoke the "Stand Your Ground" defense in the trial, though it did figure into the police's decision not to not arrest Zimmerman for weeks after the incident. Additionally, the "Stand Your Ground" defense appeared in instructions to jurors, and a juror cited the law in explaining the not-guilty verdict.
"I decided today that until the 'Stand Your »
- The Huffington Post
Robin Thicke is a cheese ball, and I don’t mean that as an insult. He’s a cheese ball in the same way, for instance, that Émile Zola was a literary naturalist. For Thicke, cheesiness is an aesthetic and an ethos. More to the point: It’s a job qualification.Thicke is an R&B Casanova in the tradition that descends from Marvin Gaye and Teddy Pendergrass and Barry White through R. Kelly and Usher down to The-Dream and Trey Songz and dozens of other, lesser Lotharios. The touchstones of the form are familiar: plush musical backdrops, quavering melisma and fluttery falsetto, earnest supplications and promises of carnal heroism, generally involving some combination of ceiling mirrors, expensive lingerie, fine wine chilling in bedside ice buckets, and, maybe, a canister or two of whipped cream. More than almost any other pop genre, boudoir soul calls on listeners to suspend their sense of irony, »
- Jody Rosen
Here's the french trailer for John Luessenhop' "Texas Chainsaw 3D". Read our "Texas Chainsaw 3D" review. Dan Yeager, John Dugan, Bill Moseley, Alexandra Daddario, Sue Rock, Tania Raymonde, Scott Eastwood, Gunnar Hansen, Tobe Hooper, Paul Rae, Keram Malicki-Sánchez, Ritchie Montgomery, Trey Songz, Marilyn Burns, Shaun Sipos, Thom Barry Richard Riehle are starring.After the first massacre in 1974, the townspeople suspected that the Sawyer family were responsible. A vigilante mob of enraged locals surrounded the Sawyer house, burning it to the ground and killing every last member of the family. Decades later a young woman named Heather learns that she has inherited a Texas estate from her grandmother. she decides to bring her friends along on the road trip to invesitgate her »
One of a few black rom-coms on the horizon, here's your a second look at the trailer for playwright/director David E. Talbert's rom-com, Baggage Claim. Fox Searchlight moved the film's release date up by a month to September 27, 2013, in what will be one of the most crowded fall seasons in black cinema history, given the number of black films scheduled to open between August and December this year. Some actually had to be moved to early next year to avoid the competition. The ensemble cast includes Paula Patton, Taye Diggs, Derek Luke, Trey Songz, Jill Scott, J Cole, Djimon Hounsou, Adam Brody, Boris Kodjoe, Tia »
- Tambay A. Obenson
The importance of music education was celebrated as Melissa Etheridge, Trey Songz, Joshua Bell, Les Miserables creators Alain Boublil, Herbert Kretzmer, Claude-Michel Schönberg, and Ashford & Simpson were honored at the New York Chapter Recording Academy Honors. The event -- a benefit raising money for the chapter’s ongoing advocacy and educational programs -- was attended by Island Def Jam Music Group President Steve Bartels, media entrepreneur Kevin Liles, Img Founder Charles Hamlen, Les Miserables stars Samantha Barks and Aaron Tveit, American Idol band leader Ray Chew, Grammy winner Michael Bolton and Recording Academy President Neil Portnow, who hammered home the importance
- Michele Amabile Angermiller
Ludacris straight jacked several lyrics for his hit song "Sex Room" -- so says a rapper from Chicago who claims he's the real author ... and now he's filed a lawsuit.The rapper -- a guy named Marvo -- claims he concocted the original concept for "Sex Room" back in 2009 ... a year before Luda released it with Trey Songz.Marvo claims he'd been working with a producer named Kajun -- but the dude sold the song to Ludacris behind his back. »
- TMZ Staff
Everyone wants to know what’s going on with Miley and her Liam and now HollywoodLife.com has the scoop from the man who co-wrote three of the songs on it! Sean says working with Miley was a ‘breath of fresh air’!
Miley Cyrus is using her lyrics as an answer to all of the speculation about her relationship with Liam Hemsworth. HollywoodLife.com got a chance to catch up with the uber-famous Sean “The Pen” Garrett, who is responsible for over 60 number one hits! Sean co-wrote three of the songs off of Miley’s upcoming album and he told us that the songs are definitely about love!
We love Miley’s new single “We Can’t Stop” and it turns out her album will be full of hits! Miley’s music producer Sean tells us that there will definitely put the rumors to rest. »
- Chloe Melas
Stars: Alexandra Daddario, Dan Yeager, Trey Songz, Scott Eastwood, Tania Raymonde, Shaun Sipos, Paul Rae, Richard Riehle, Bill Moseley | Written by Stephen Susco, Adam Marcus, Debra Sullivan | Directed by John Luessenhop
After Platinum Dunes’ remake and a badly-received prequel to said remake, Texas Chainsaw (3D) goes back to where it all began. Picking up directly where Tobe Hooper’s classic 1974 movie, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre ended, this direct sequel shows the aftermath of the first film as the townspeople, discovering their suspicions about the Sawyer’s are true, show the family the meaning of mob justice – burning their house of horrors to the ground and killing every last member of the family – or so they thought.
Decades later and hundreds of miles away from the original massacre, a young woman named Heather learns that she has inherited a Texas estate from a grandmother she never knew she had. After »
- Phil Wheat
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