Katherine Webb Talks Eating Habits: 5 More Celebs Who Have Shared Their Extreme Diets
Former Miss Alabama Katherine Webb has caused quite the stir after reports surfaced that the beauty queen subsists on 1,120 calories a day. "It's all about self-control," Webb told People magazine. "I cut out any type of bread product, and cake, cookies, bagels," she says. "When I eat a lot of sugar, I tend to bloat more." But the beauty isn't the only celeb to adopt an extreme diet. Whether prepping for a role, training or trying to drop a few pounds before hitting the red carpet, plenty of other stars have shocked us with their caloric intake. News: Celebs reveal their weight: Kourtney Kardashian, Katy Perry, Amanda Bynes, Mila Kunis and more 1. J Woww: »
Poll: Which Emmy underdog most deserves nominations?
Every year, a number of critics' darlings and fan favorites fall through the cracks in the Emmy race. In the ever-expanding television landscape – now including countless cable channels and the internet – there are inevitably programs and performers the TV Academy misses, leaving disappointed awards-watchers to wail and gnash their teeth. Our forum posters are discussing some of their favorite underdogs, whom they don't expect to be nominated but deserve recognition. Read some of their comments below and click here to join the discussion. Then vote in our poll below to decide which of our posters' favorite shows most deserves to be shown major Emmy love this year. thesmartone: "Southland"!!! Deserves nominations for Outstanding Drama Series, Supporting Actress in a Drama Series (Regina King) and 2 nominations for Supporting Actor in a Drama Series (Shawn Hatosy and Michael Cudlitz). If they don't know why, go v »
Paramount, Pitt Reach Out to Fans and Celebs to Build Buzz for 'World War Z' (Video)
Paramount has always been innovative about going straight to the fans with its films, from "Paranormal Activity" to Jason Reitman's "Young Adult." (Last year Weinstein Co. borrowed a page from their playbook with a series of 70 mm previews of Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master" before it could screen at film festivals.) This week, Paramount took Brad Pitt on the road to New York's Museum of Modern Art Wednesday night for an early sneak peak at Marc Forster's long-delayed "World War Z," in order to build some early buzz with celebrity guests, from Katie Couric and Bruce Willis to Jimmy Fallon and Gayle King. Pony-tailed Pitt--who has had much on his plate with Angelina Jolie's surprise announcement last week) also schlepped to Hoboken, New Jersey to introduce the film before surprised moviegoers. From what I saw of the movie at CinemaCon, Forster's picture looks expensive, which is »
- Anne Thompson
Jessica Alba Shuts It Down in Strapless Zuhair Murad Dress
All hail Jessica Alba! The actress always looks chic, but for the 2013 Social Star Awards in Singapore she pulled out all the stops. Clad in a lace Zuhair Murad sheath the star looked like a Tko. One thing's for sure: Her post-baby bod is has completley bounced back, though she described her pregnancy weight loss methods as "brutal," and "not for everyone." The strapless dress' design only enhance her super slim waist, while the figure-hugging fabric allowed the star to put her famous curves on full display. Her only accessories were a pair of matching white pumps, drop earrings, and a simple gold bracelet. The actress also kept her hair and makeup look minimal. Sporting lose yet »
Joanna Garcia Swisher Reveals Name of Newborn Baby Girl
New details are emerging about Joanna Garcia Swisher and husband Nick Swisher's baby girl. In particular, the little one's name! In a joint statement to E! News, the actress and baseball player revealed it to be Emerson Jay Swisher. "We are overjoyed, blessed and so full of love that our daughter Emme has finally arrived," the statement read. "She is healthy, beautiful and vibrant. It's the best feeling in the world." The couple welcomed their tiny tyke on May 21 in Cleveland. Congrats to the whole family! »
Minnie Driver Gets Frisky—With Herself—During Mexico Getaway
Hmmm…maybe Minnie Driver's been listening to the Divinyls on repeat? The actress has been lapping up a blowout vacation in Mexico with a bunch of pals—including her erstwhile Will & Grace chum, Sean Hayes—and, well, she seems to be having quite a touch-myself kind of getaway. The 43-year-old was photographed getting grabby with herself in what appeared to be an apparent display of moxie for the swarming paps, cupping her breasts while wearing a midriff-baring top as the snarled with unabashed gusto. Otherwise, the gal seems to be having fun during her Baja California vacay: She's been tweeting up a storm about her sun-kissed escapades as she keeps her followers up to speed on »
A&E Cancels 'Intervention'
A&E is canceling its long-running docu-series "Intervention." The cable network announced on Thursday that it will begin airing the show's Season 13 with five final episodes on Thursday, June 13 at 9 p.m./8c. "As 'Intervention' comes to an end, we're proud to have paved the way for such an original and groundbreaking series," said A&E and Bio Channel's executive vice president of programming David McKillop in a statement. "We're honored to have been a part of the 243 interventions since its premiere in March of 2005, leading to the 156 individuals that are currently »
- Jethro Nededog
Revisionist 'Romeo & Juliet' Moving to Universal From Fox (Exclusive)
Universal is in negotiations to pick up Rosaline, a comedic and revisionist take on Romeo & Juliet, out of turnaround from Fox 2000. Shawn Levy is producing via his 21 Laps production shingle and the script is by Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber, the team who wrote (500) Days of Summer and teamed up with Levy on the Sundance hit The Spectacular Now. Photos: 11 Biggest Book-to-Big Screen Adaptations of the Last 25 Years Rosaline is set in the classic period of the play and told from the viewpoint of Rosaline, Romeo’s first love whom he dumps
- Borys Kit
First Look! See Lady Gaga as La Chameleón in New Machete Kills Trailer
We've got a sneak peek at Lady Gaga's big-screen debut! In a newly released trailer for Machete Kills, the "Born This Way" singer is trying her hand at some fierce movie star acting. In the video, we get a brief glimpse of Gaga playing the character La Chameleón in Robert Rodriguez's upcoming sequel to Machete. The 27-year-old Grammy winner is seen sporting a fur shawl while trying to catch a ride alongside a busy highway. In addition to star Danny Trejo's badass moves, lots of knives and of course explosions, the clip also gives up a first look at some of the action flick's other stars, including Amber Heard, Sofia Vergara, Antonio Banderas and Michelle »
FX sets 'The Bridge' premiere for July
FX has announced a July premiere date for the highly anticipated border drama "The Bridge." The 13-episode first season for "The Bridge," which FX has been promoting with fleeting, esoteric teasers for months, will launch on Wednesday, July 10 at 10 p.m. Et. Based on the Scandinavian drama "Bron," "The Bridge" focuses on a murder investigation that straddles both sides of the Us-Mexico border between "El Paso" and Juarez. At the story's center is the unlikely partnership between a Mexican homicide detective (Demian Bichir) and an American homicide detective (Diane Kruger). Meredith Stiehm and Elwood Reid wrote the »
- Daniel Fienberg
Behind the Candelabra: See Michael Douglas, Matt Damon and More Crazy Onscreen Hairdos!
Who's ready to see Michael Douglas and Matt Damon like you've never seen them before? The actors' Liberace biopic, Behind the Candelabra, premieres on HBO this Sunday and we couldn't be more excited for the glitzy costumes, over-the-top hair and makeup and wild performances. And of course, there's the love story (and Pda!) between Liberace (Douglas) and his younger lover Scott Thorson (Damon). In anticipation of the Behind the Candelabra premiere, check out Douglas, Damon and other actors sporting wacky looks in our crazy celeb hairdos gallery! »
Breakup Fee for Rythym & Hues Stalking-Horse Bidder Approved (Exclusive)
A U.S. bankruptcy court judge approved a settlement Wednesday between Rhythm & Hues and Js Communications, ending at least one contentious legal issue stemming from the March sale of the Oscar-winning visual-effects studio. As part of the agreement, South Korea-based Js Communications will receive a $300,000 breakup fee for agreeing to be the stalking-horse bidder during the auction of Rhythm & Hues. That settlement is a win for Js Communications, though the figure is less than the $425,000 the company was promised as part of its initial deal with Rhythm & »
- Brent Lang
Jon Favreau, Giancarlo Esposito Team Up for Much-Hyped 'Destiny' Videogame Trailer (Video)
Not that it needs it, but the highly anticipated videogame "Destiny," from the folks behind "Halo" and "Call of Duty," have pulled out all the stops for the game's first trailer. Not only does the 60-second teaser mix live-action with graphics -- unusual for a videogame -- it's got some big names behind it. "Iron Man's" Jon Favreau directs, and Giancarlo Esposito -- best known as Gus Fring from "Breaking Bad" -- is seen reading "the really important part" of "The Law for the Wolves" by Rudyard Kipling, presumably to his son. Also »
- Tony Maglio
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's Bloody Toe at Cannes: 5 Shoes She Should Have Worn
Poor Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and her injured little toesie! The gorgeous model stepped out in Cannes last night to toast Giorgio Armani at an Armani store event last night wearing a delicate white camisole, wide-legged trousers and sexy strappy sandals—that unfortunately put her bloody middle toe on display for all to see. Ouch! Looks like strutting around in towering heels isn't all that it's cracked up to be. And while we still think the blond beauty looks flawless otherwise, we wish she would have selected a different style to conceal that minor imperfection when making a public appearance. Here are five other pretty pairs of shoes that would have completed her »
Evan Peters joins 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' as Quiksilver
Bryan Singer is at it again! The director of the highly anticipated X-Men: Days of Future Past is quickly becoming a social media mastermind. After tweeting out numerous first looks at the cast, Singer’s latest tweet confirmed that Evan Peters will be joining the film as Quiksilver, the super-fast son of Magneto, whose twin sister, Scarlet Witch, can manipulate probability.
Before he was an #Avenger, he was just a Really fast kid. Thrilled to say #EvanPeters is joining #XMen #DaysOfFuturePast as #Quicksilver.
— Bryan Singer (@BryanSinger) May 23, 2013
It had previously been rumored that Quiksilver would be joining the cast of The Avengers 2, »
- Samantha Highfill
Katherine Webb's 1,120-Calorie Diet Is Causing a Stir
Everyone seems to be weighing in on Katherine Webb's diet. The former Miss Alabama Katherine Webb - whose looks made headlines this winter - shared her daily diet exclusively with People in this week's issue, which includes her caloric intake. The 5'11" model revealed that she eats only about 1,120 calories a day (an average menu: homemade smoothie for breakfast, green apple for snack, spinach salad with almonds and strawberries for lunch, frozen yogurt bar for snack and grilled chicken fingers with sweet potato fries for dinner). But an expert points out that that she could easily be eating more. »
- Catherine Kast
Janet Jackson, Billionaire: Other Stars Who Have Hit the Money Milestone
Now that she's officially joined the billion-dollar club, "Rhythm Nation" singer Janet Jackson could probably buy her own, well, nation, if she wanted. Of course, hearing about the gal's impressive bank account got us thinking about some stars who are doing more than Ok on the financial front. Here are more celebs who have hit the 10-figure mark. Beyoncé and Jay-z: This one is a bit of a no-brainer. After all, we are talking about two artists who, on their own, have collected quite a bit of cool cash through so much more than just their music. The couple recently surpassed one billion, thanks in large part to Bey's current world tour, which is expected to pull in »
Desiree Hartsock Meets Ben Scott's Son on the First Night of The Bachelorette
The limo arrivals on the first night of The Bachelorette are always fun to watch because you never know what kind of antics the guys will employ in an attempt to get a first-impression rose. Ben Scott may have them all beat. The entrepreneur from Lubbock, Texas, sent his adorable son Brody out of the limo before him to win over the show's latest star, Desiree Hartsock. And she was immediately smitten. "Oh my gosh, are you adorable," Hartsock says in an exclusive clip of Monday's Bachelorette premiere (8 p.m. Et). "You are so cute." (Watch below.) Then Ben steps »
- Aaron Parsley
Cannes: Robert Redford Goes Practically Wordless in the Lost-at-Sea Drama All Is Lost
It's shocking that All Is Lost, the harrowing, almost-dialogue-free film in which Robert Redford plays a lone man stranded at sea, isn't in competition for any prizes at this year's Cannes — and doubly disappointing that Redford isn't up for an acting award, either. Because judging from the universally rapturous reviews, and from the ten-minute standing ovation at last night's premiere for Redford and director J.C. Chandor (making a complete 180 from his only other film, the financial-collapse ensemble thriller Margin Call), All Is Lost would be the movie to beat.Why is All Is Lost being shown in special, Hors Competition (out of competition) screenings, ineligible for the Palme d'Or? Several people who've talked to producers say Cannes programmers declared the two-hour, practically wordless, single-actor nautical adventure "too commercial" to compete. (This from a festival that had Lawless and On the Road in competition last year.) My guess is that »
- Jada Yuan
Cannes: ‘Salvo’ Wins Critics’ Week Grand Prize
A star-crossed Mafia love tale, featuring the doomed romance between a mobster hitman and the sister of one of his victims, “Salvo” was one of five first features at Critics’ Week.
“Salvo” symbolizes the renaissance of Italian cinema, Critics’ Week topper Charles Tesson told Variety. “It’s neither an expose on the Mafia as is ‘Gomorrah’ nor a heavily-referenced genre film a la Quentin Tarantino. It mixes realism with film noir.”
Pic is produced by Italy’s Acaba Prods. and Cristaldi Pictures and co-produced by Gaul’s Mact Prods. and Cite Films. Bodega Films will distribute the film in France, Lucky Red will release it in Italy.
Canadian movie “Le demantelement,” a farming family drama helmed by Sebastian Pilote sold by eOne Films Intl., scooped »
- John Hopewell and Elsa Keslassy
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