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The Oscars were this past Sunday, but that doesn't mean that we've got red carpet fatigue. We're still fully devoted to sizing up the most stylish looks of the week. Bring on the best dressed stars! First up is Amber Heard, who worked the fringe trend in a sexy black wrap dress by designer Ulyana Sergeenko at the Texas Film Awards in Austin. Then there's Brooklyn Decker, who traded her usual bombshell style for a more conservative mauve dress, and we love this look on her! Jennifer Hudson wins the award for best use of polka dots when she stepped out in a dotted midi skirt, white top and wool coat. Her red heels added the perfect pop of color. And Kate Beckinsale, meanwhile, got our »
Brooklyn Decker blew a kiss at an event in Mexico City on Thursday. She's just one of many stars, including Kate Beckinsale and Clive Owen, posing for the cameras this week after things kicked off with the Oscars on Sunday. Keep reading to see Brooklyn, plus Emma Thompson acting in Sweeney Todd, Sienna Miller shopping in La, and more great star snaps! View Slideshow › »
- Maria Mercedes Lara
It may look like the perfect wedding, but John Legend and Chrissy Teigen's nuptials didn't go off without a hitch. Engaged for almost two years, the lovebirds were set to marry on a Southern farm before deciding to tie the knot in Italy's Lake Como instead. "For a minute I was like, 'I'm going to wear cowboy boots with my dress!' " Teigen, 28, tells the spring 2014 issue of Martha Stewart Weddings, which includes an eight-page spread of the September ceremony. "Then I realized, that's just not me." Instead, the model selected Christian Louboutin peep-toes (lined with something blue) for her destination wedding, »
- Michele Corriston
After the series finale of How I Met Your Mother, CBS viewers will be introduced to a new group of friends.
On Friends With Better Lives, debuting March 31 following the hour-long Himym sendoff, we meet six friends at different stages in their lives — married, not, etc. — who internally question who has it better. James Van Der Beek, Kevin Connolly, and Brooklyn Decker are among the stars, and above we have an exclusive look at the key art for the show. (Fun, approachable…)
Following the aforementioned special preview, Friends With Better Lives resumes its regular time slot April 7 at 8:30 p. »
- Sandra Gonzalez
Professionally speaking, Kevin Connolly is occupying two worlds at once.
The former "Entourage" co-star is reprising his Hollywood-agent character Eric "E" Murphy in the now-filming movie sequel to the 2004-11 HBO series. At the same time, he's ramping up for his premiere in the CBS sitcom "Friends With Better Lives" following the series finale of "How I Met Your Mother" Monday, March 31.
"We wrapped 'Friends With Better Lives' in November," Connolly tells Zap2it, "and 'Entourage' just started this week, so I've had the time to separate the two. Then again, it's been 10 years of 'Entourage,' so it's something you can almost do in your sleep at this point -- whereas with 'Friends With Better Lives,' you're still challenged and still learning things about who these characters are."
Last week, Sports Illustrated unveiled the cheeky cover of the 2014 Swimsuit Issue. Now, the magazine has launched the issue’s companion website, featuring even more photos of cover girls Chrissy Teigen, Lily Aldridge, and Nina Agdal, plus dozens more swimsuit models like 2012 and 2013 standout Kate Upton and Hannah Davis, in the photo above.
Also on the 2014 site: behind-the-scenes video, pictures of the famous body-paint swimsuits, introductions to this year’s rookies (including “Blurred Lines” and Gone Girl stunner Emily Ratajkowski), and much more. On top of the names we’ve already mentioned, there are also shots of Chanel Iman, Anne V, »
- EW staff
Sneak Peek Mattel's "Barbie" doll, cover girl for the new "Sports Illustrated Swimsuit" issue, featuring the fashion icon alongside an array of supermodels including Christie Brinkley and Brooklyn Decker, as part of Mattel's "Unapologetic" campaign:
"As a legend herself, and under constant criticism about her body and how she looks, posing ...
"...gives Barbie and her fellow legends an opportunity to own who they are," said Lisa McKnight, Mattel's senior vice-president of marketing.
As part of the campaign, there will be a collector Sports Illustrated Barbie doll...
"...an event at the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Beach House
"...a billboard in New York's Times Square and @Barbie tweets #unapologetic" on Twitter.
Sports Illustrated Swimsuit editor Mj Day said Barbie fits in with the swimsuit issues' "message of empowerment" for women.
- Michael Stevens
Barbie, the doll by Mattel that is just as controversial as it is popular, is one of the “cover girls” for Sports Illustrated’s 50th Anniversary Swimsuit Issue.
Barbie Covers 'Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue'
The theme of the latest Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue is “unapologetic” and will feature Barbie alongside models Brooklyn Decker, Christine Brinkley and more. Barbie – and Mattel – are apparently "unapologetic" about Barbie’s unattainable figure.
"As a legend herself, and under constant criticism about her body and how she looks, posing . . . gives Barbie . . . and her fellow legends an opportunity to own who they are," said Lisa McKnight, Mattel's senior vice president of marketing.
On Barbie’s cover, which will appear on at least 1,000 copies of the 2014 Sport’s Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, the doll is dressed in a black and white patterned one piece. Oversized white sunglasses hold back her hair, which falls down her back in a voluminous ponytail. »
Brooklyn Decker was so excited for her pal, she couldn't even hold it in. Literally. Gracing the cover of the 2014 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue are the topless trio of Lily Aldridge, Nina Agdal and Chrissy Teigen, the first cover appearance for all three, and Decker (who also snagged the cover in 2010) was so happy for her gal Teigen that she wet her pants. No joke. "Ps- I peed my pants when I found out. Literally. Peed down my leg. @Chrissyteigen !!!!!!," she tweeted. But Decker wasn't the only one to tweet about the reveal. Agdal's man Max George, as well as other celebs, also took to Twitter to talk about the sexy shot. »
Talk about an Eye-popping number: CBS has been seeking half a million dollars from advertisers who want to tuck a 30-second commercial alongside the March 31 series finale of “How I Met Your Mother,” according to people familiar with the negotiations.
Not everyone will pay that sum. Advertisers who bought the program during last year’s “upfront” market, when networks seek to sell the bulk of their ad inventory for the fall season, were able to secure ad berths in the finale for between $300,000 and $350,000, according to these people.
Marketers forking over top dollar to be in the “Himym” finale will be paying a significant premium for the show compared to its normal run in the season. According to a recent Variety survey of primetime ad prices for the 2013-2014 season, the average cost of a 30-second spot in the show was $169,364. The series stars Josh Radnor, Jason Segel, Cobie Smulders, »
- Brian Steinberg
Brooklyn Decker isn't always a glamour girl!The blonde beauty took to Instagram on Tuesday to share photos of herself looking like a total nerd. But, these snapshots aren't from her past -- they were taken on the set of her new BMW commercial."So this commercial for BMW came out today... :) details later..." the supermodel wrote along with her geeky pic.In the snap, Decker wears a striped collared shirt under a gray sweater vest. Her skin is covered in pimples, and she's sporting glasses, braces and frizzy hair! The commercial, which is titled "Opportunity Knocks," tells the story of a man who reflects back on dumping a young Decker then regretting it years later when she becomes a super-successful model. "I was drawn to this BMW ad because of the humor. I was determined to play myself as a nerdy teenager – down to the braces and not »
- tooFab Staff
Brooklyn Decker look less-than-glamorous? Say it ain't so! The 26-year-old super model and actress took to her Instagram page yesterday to share photos of herself looking really geeky and not-so-pretty. But these aren't throwback photos of Decker as a teenager. They are for a new ad. "So this commercial for BMW came out today... :) details later..." Decker wrote along with her first nerdy photo. In the pic, Decker wears a dowdy collared shirt under a gray sweater vest. She has pimples on her face with braces on her teeth and glasses. She completes her look with frizzy hair. Topping off the funny photo is the hilarious expression she makes while standing with a pal by some hallway »
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- Laura Marie Meyers
The 50th anniversary cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, along with the identity of the 2014 cover model, will be revealed on Jimmy Kimmel Live Feb. 13, ABC announced. This will be the first time the Swimsuit cover will be revealed on the show. Previous Si Swimsuit issue cover models have included the likes of Rebecca Romijn, Kathy Ireland, Heidi Klum, Cheryl Tiegs, Tyra Banks, Christie Brinkley, Brooklyn Decker and Kate Upton. Following the reveal on Thursday night, the 2014 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover model will visit Jimmy Kimmel Live for an exclusive late-night interview on Monday, Feb. … Continue reading →
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- Jeff Pfeiffer
Let's face it. If you're going to do an impression for the whole world to see, it's probably best to make sure you can at least do it well. Case in point? This Instagram video that Brooklyn Decker posted of husband Andy Roddick doing a less-than-steller reenactment of Jay Z's acceptance speech at the Grammys. "This is what I make my husband do during award shows," the model captioned the clip, which finds the retired tennis player looking into the camera and saying in his, er, best Jay Z voice, "I'd like to say all the usual thank yous. Baby boo look at, Daddy got you a gold sippy cup. Oh!" On Sunday, Jay Z won a Grammy for "Holy Grail," his collaboration »
Universal Pictures will no longer be releasing director Joe Carnahan’s low-budget action comedy, Stretch, in wide release this March as initially planned. As first reported by The Hollywood Reporter, the studio opted out of its initial plans to distribute the film starring Patrick Wilson nationwide — an endeavor that can cost upwards of $30 million in marketing costs — after seeing the finished product.
According to the trade paper, and confirmed by EW, Carnahan and his producer Jason Blum tried shopping the under-$5 million movie to other studios looking for a wide release. When none of the other studios bit on the »
- Nicole Sperling
Just three months before it was set to hit theaters on March 21, Universal Pictures has decided to scrap its theatrical release plans for Stretch. Director Joe Carnahan's low-budget action-comedy stars Patrick Wilson as a limo driver whose latest job is picking up a deranged billionaire (Chris Pine) who puts him through a night from hell full of dangerous situations.
The project was actually dropped by Universal altogether, although the studio gave producer Jason Blum, who specializes in low-budget films such as The Purge, a chance to shop the project around to other distributors. When he failed to secure a deal with another studio, the project reverted back to Universal, with a source claiming that the studio and filmmakers are exploring "creative options" for distributing the film.
Before I put together my list of most anticipated films of 2014, I reached out to director Joe Carnahan regarding his upcoming film Stretch, an action comedy/thriller centering on a down-on-his-luck chauffeur (Patrick Wilson) looking to relieve himself of some debt when he starts working for a billionaire who makes his life hell. The film was set to hit theaters on March 21 and as I noted in a tweet to the director, "Not a single pic yetc" He replied, "Hang tight brother..." Well, today it would appear there's a reason why we hadn't seen any marketing material yet. THR reports Universal has dropped the film from their release schedule and appears to have no plans on releasing it as they are unwilling to spend the $20-40 million it would cost to market the film. Given the fact it cost less than $5 million to make and not only stars Patrick Wilson (The Conjuring, »
- Brad Brevet
While Joe Carnahan has lately been getting press for the movies he hasn't been able to make ("Daredevil" and potential Oscar winner "Death Wish"), you may have forgotten he's got "Stretch" in the can. The low budget comedy-thriller (it cost under $5 million) had been scheduled to hit theaters on March 21st, but perhaps the lack of a marketing campaign should've indicated something was afoot. Indeed, THR reports that Universal has dropped the movie from their schedule, with no current plans to release it in theaters. The high concept project is led by Patrick Wilson, playing a chauffeur, whose night on the job gets crazier thanks to the demands of his billionaire client (played in a cameo turn by Chris Pine). This leads to all manner of zaniness with Jessica Alba, Brooklyn Decker, Ed Helms, David Hasselhoff and Ray Liotta all popping their heads in the film. So, cheap, an easy »
- Kevin Jagernauth
In a surprising move, Universal has put an indefinite hold on the release of the film -- which was scheduled to hit theaters on March 21st of this year. Directed by Joe Carnahan, Stretch stars Patrick Wilson as a chauffeur who picks up a difficult and devious billionaire (Chris Pine). As the night goes on, their interaction leads to dangerous encounters with outlandish characters played by Jessica Alba, Brooklyn Decker, Ed Helms and Ray Liotta. Made for only $5 million by Blumhouse Productions, the studio behind many low budget/high yield films such as Paranormal Activity, Insidious and most recently The Purge, Stretch was recently shopped around to other studios after Universal made the decision to halt it's theatrical rollout. At this time no deals have been made. According to The »
- Pietro Filipponi
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