16 items from 2014
From mainstream to parallel cinema, Koffee with Karan Season 4 has brought to us all kinds of people, stories and a lot more than just film talk. This episode made the line-up of the season even more interesting as the gorgeous ladies Freida Pinto and Nargis Fakhri talked about cross cultural stereotypes, filmy perceptions and everything fun!
Freida’s start with Slumdog Millionaire was a roaring success, and she is soaring high internationally since. She said that it obviously feels awesome, but at heart she is still the Mumbai girl who grew up watching Bollywood. “I was at an award function where I was presenting with Shah Rukh Khan. In that room full of people, I was looking for him. It shows that my roots are here in Mumbai. I felt so proud that after just one film I get to share the stage with him!” she exclaimed. Apparently, Freida’s »
- Samreen Tungekar
It was wild and whacky, filled with sexual innuendos and laced with words ( p;butt cheek) that left Karan Johar red-faced and stuttering. Freida Pinto and Nargis Fakhri had a blast on 'Koffee With Karan' and the two gals, forthright and ballsy, socked it back to KJo with fun and vigour. So much so, that Karan Johar ended up calling Pinto as Pantand laughed his head off. There were revelations that were forthright.I grew up in a place where there were »
Director: Terrence Malick
Writer: Terrence Malick
U.S. Distributor: Rights Available
Cast: Joel Kinnaman, Christian Bale, Natalie Portman, Imogen Poots, Cate Blanchett, Teresa Palmer, Joe Manganiello, Nick Offerman, Wes Bentley, Nicky Whelan, Antonio Banderas, Isabel Lucas, Freida Pinto, Jason Clarke, Shea Whigham, Katia Winter, Thomas Lennon, Ryan O’Neal, Kevin Corrigan
There aren’t too many filmmakers turning up twice on our list, but Knight of Cups and the formerly titled Lawless (#81) are in a traffic jam of their own, hopefully getting a green light at some major film festival where the final guest list shall let us know who made the final cut.
Gist: This is about celebrities and excess.
Release Date: Cannes or Venice.
- Eric Lavallee
Forget being prim-n- propah. Forget being prudish. In a twist - that must have made Karan Johar blush a deeper shade of beet-root himself - Nargis Fakhri and Freida Pinto, his guests, went explicit... er, rather...quite sex-plicit on the 'Koffee With Karan' show.Keeping in mind some of the daring retorts and responses that Fakhri ( hee hee...her surname sounds naughty enough) and Pinto unleashed, their 'Koffee With Karan' episode will be aired at....11 p.m!Apparently, the conte »
Ryan Reynolds got a very special set visit from his wife, Blake Lively, on Tuesday. The actor is currently shooting the drama Mississippi Grind in New Orleans with Sienna Miller, Analeigh Tipton, and Alfre Woodard. Blake headed down to the South to support her husband after taking in the New York Fashion Week festivities recently. She sat front row with Rose Byrne and Freida Pinto at the Michael Kors Fall 2014 presentation and posed backstage with the designer himself. While Blake is hanging out with her other half, one of her former Gossip Girl costars has recently gotten hitched - it was reported today that Leighton Meester married Adam Brody in a secret ceremony this month. View Slideshow › »
- Brittney Stephens
After being named “the next big thing” by Hello! Magazine and MTV India, headlining at the TOIFAs (Times of India Film Awards), touring with the likes of Shahrukh, Priyanka and Shreya Ghoshal, and being snapped at Elton John’s parties, we have all come to expect the bigger and better when it comes to Abbas Hasan.
The young star has started 2014 with a bang as he jetted off to Toronto to perform at the glitzy Anokhi Media11th Anniversary event. The star-studded evening held at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Toronto, and supported by Johnny Walker and Biotherm, featured prominent Asians from around the world. Abbas headlined the show with an explosive performance and was then honoured with the “Artist of the Year” award.
About receiving the Award Abbas says: “This means so much to me. It’s such a huge honour to be named ‘Artist of the Year’. The »
- Press Releases
Blake Lively didn't let the freezing NYC temperatures stop her from stepping out in multiple fashionable looks on Wednesday. She wore leather shorts for one outing, when the high was only 24 degrees. She's not the only one who didn't seem to mind the weather - see other cold-weather Fashion Week style that may give you the chills! Blake was a bit more covered up to attend the Michael Kors runway show on Wednesday, when she met up with Freida Pinto and Rose Byrne in the front row. They were just a few of the famous faces to pop up at Nyfw, including Gwyneth Paltrow, Reese Witherspoon, and Katie Holmes. Blake will soon switch gears back to acting, since she's set to film Adaline in the Spring. View Slideshow › »
- Lauren Turner
Blake Lively popped up at the Michael Kors Fall 2014 runway show during New York Fashion Week on Wednesday. The actress was all smiles as she checked out the collection from her front-row seat alongside Freida Pinto and Rose Byrne, and she made sure to stop backstage to chat with the designer himself. It's the first glimpse we've gotten of Blake in a while - although we did get to see some throwback snaps of her as the class clown in her high school days. Lately, Blake has been hard at work as the spokeswoman for Gucci's Premiere fragrance and attended a press conference for the brand in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates last month. Soon, though, she may have to set aside her fashion responsibilities, as Blake will be returning to the set this Spring for the romance drama The Age of Adaline. She'll be playing the title character, »
- Brittney Stephens
By this point, every critic has had a chance to complain about the glut of blockbusters due to hit theaters in 2015, but this coming summer will also see the arrival of some pretty huge properties, most notably in science-fiction. To point out a few of the biggest contenders for box-office glory, we’re expecting comic-book sequel X-Men: Days of Future Past, a revitalized Transformers installment, the Wachowski’s planet-traversing epic Jupiter Ascending, Marvel’s intergalactic caper Guardians of the Galaxy and, of course, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, a hotly-anticipated follow-up to the surprisingly thrilling 2011 reboot Rise of the Planet of the Apes.
Dawn picks up the narrative of intelligent ape Caesar (played through motion-capture by Andy Serkis) eight years after the events of the first film, during which Caesar, his mind permanently altered by a viral-based drug, exposed other apes to the same drug and led them »
- Isaac Feldberg
Katrina Kaif is famously known as “Mere Brother Ki Dulhan”, “Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani” and of course, the “Dhoom 3” girl. Now, we see the Bollywood star joining global beauty brand L’Oréal Paris as their new face.
Reportedly, Katrina expressed her gratitude and stated that it is an “incredible privilege to join this league of ladies”.
Prior to her outstanding Bollywood career, Katrina Kaif began as a successful model.
She had first taken part in a modelling contest in Hawaii, at the young age of 14.
Although she embarked upon engineering through her studies, she made the choice to follow her dreams.
According to an interview with the Times of India, Katrina stated that she was only 17 when she first arrived in India to pursue her career.
As they say, »
- Aashi Gahlot
The "Dhoom:3" star says it's an "incredible privilege to join this league of ladies" and feels honoured.
"It's been a brand that I have always admired for its glamour and powerful message of 'Because you're worth it'. The stunning women that represent the brand across the globe are strong motivators," Katrina said in a statement.
Global ambassador for L'Oréal Paris Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, who has been a part of the brand for 12 years, said: "I would like to extend a warm welcome to Katrina to the L'Oréal Paris family.. »
- Rahul Kapoor
Between the hustle and bustle of award season, celebrities were out and about this week, getting back to work and spending time with loved ones. Drew Barrymore and Jessica Simpson both shared snaps of their adorable young daughters, and while model moms Miranda Kerr and Gisele Bündchen were without their bundles of joy, they still shared cute, flowery photos while on the set. Miley Cyrus cooled off with a frozen treat while her rumored flame, Kellan Lutz, caught a Detroit Pistons game with Cara Delevingne - yes, that Detroit Pistons game. James Franco got in on the selfie game, Lea Michele and Freida Pinto paired up for a L'Oréal shoot, and Beyoncé Knowles reunited with Kelly Rowland for a fabulous birthday bash in New Orleans. Click through to see the rest of this week's cutest celebrity candids, and be sure to follow Popsugar on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter! View Slideshow »
- Brittney Stephens
Lea Michele showed off four behind-the-scenes snaps from a new L’Oreal Paris commercial on Instagram on Jan. 13, even posing with fellow spokeswomen Freida Pinto – we can’t wait to see the finished product!
It seems like Lea Michele is enjoying more than just her $1 million contract with L’Oreal! The Glee star has been sharing her admiration for her new job on Instagram! Although the exact products she’s promoting are unknown — a source us told: “she’s shooting a new ad for cosmetics.” Find out more about Lea’s L’Oreal shoot right here!
Lea Michele’s L’Oreal Ad — Shooting New Commercial
Between Twitter and Instagram, Lea has really been blowing up our phones with pics and tweets while working on the new L’Oreal ad. Thanks for the behind-the-scenes sneak peeks, Lea! On Jan. 13, she tweeted from the set: “What an amazing day today with @LOrealParisUSA. »
- HL Intern
Kellan Lutz ‘The Legend of Hercules’: New Summit release has 0% Rotten Tomatoes approval rating (photo: Gaia Weiss and shirtless Kellan Lutz in ‘The Legend of Hercules’) Starring Kellan Lutz, best known as the hunky and likable vampire Emmett in the Twilight movies, The Legend of Hercules opens today, January 10, 2014, in North America. That’s the good news for Kellan Lutz fans. Now, the bad news: The Legend of Hercules isn’t about to become the next Spartacus — or even the next Gladiator. “The only thing epic about The Legend of Hercules is what a failure it is,” writes Stephanie Merry in the Washington Post, while Newsday‘s Rafer Guzman’s complains that “this painfully feeble version of the strongman story fails on every level, from Lutz’s wooden acting to the styrofoam special effects.” In fact, out of 35 reviews, the Summit Entertainment / Lionsgate Pictures release has a 0% approval rating »
- Zac Gille
When Matthew Crawley met his end in a tragic car accident, it opened the door for a new man to get close to Lady Mary – after a period of mourning, of course. With roughly a year since Matthew’s passing and Lady Mary exchanging her blacks for a purple dress last episode, it might be time for Cullen’s Lord Gillingham to make his move.
While Cullen is an unfamiliar face for Downton Abbey’s stateside fans, he’s rather well known over in the U.K. His breakthrough role was in 2011, portraying a gay man in the critically acclaimed feature film Weekend. Prior to landing the role on Downton, Cullen’s »
This will be Reeves's second crack at an "Apes" movie, and also his second big-budget studio flick. His big break was 2010's found footage monster movie "Cloverfield," which was written by Drew Goddard and produced by J. J. Abrams. Reeves also earned some serious film nerd cred with "Let Me In," an English-language take on the Swedish film "Let The Right One In."
Another surprising success was Fox's "Rise of the Planet of the Apes," which featured an Oscar-worthy performance by Andy Serkis as Caesar, the leader of the rebellious apes. The humans, led by James Franco and Freida Pinto, were overshadowed by Serkis's mo-cap work. "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" looks even more encouraging with a »
- Jenni Miller
16 items from 2014
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