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"Hollywood Unplugged," a new series on HuffPost Entertainment, shows our culture's most influential figures in a new light. Instead of focusing on their accomplishments, it examines how they continue to thrive despite the inevitable stress.
Nancy O'Dell may seem cool, calm and collected when she's behind the desk on "Entertainment Tonight," but that doesn't mean she's completely stress-free when the cameras stop rolling. The busy working mom, who co-anchors the long-running entertainment news program, let HuffPost in on some of her stress-relief routines and revealed which Hollywood star's work/life balance she envies for "Hollywood Unplugged."
The Huffington Post: How do you know when it's time to unplug and recharge?
Nancy O'Dell: I'm not really an up-and-down person as far as moods. It takes quite a bit to get me upset or angry, so when I start feeling annoyed at the tiny things, I know it is time to unplug and recharge! »
- Kelly Fisher
Directed by Brian Trenchard-Smith
The 1980′s saw a big boom in the sport of BMX racing, and the bikes began appearing in several Hollywood and non-Hollywood productions. Long before Rad, and a year before E.T. put BMX bikes on the world stage, Ozploitation legend Brian Trenchard-Smith (Turkey Shoot, Dead End Drive-In), directed BMX Bandits – a breezy, action-packed adventure most famous for employing Nicole Kidman in her very first movie role. The film has grown to become a considerable cult hit in many circles and with reason. Bandits is an irresistible time capsule, showing what the sport, and bikes, were once like. These were the days when you could actually sit on a BMX bike seat and didn’t need to rely on your feet to break. And while the Kuwahara was made famous thanks to Spielberg’s ’84 masterpiece, Bandits featured a blue Mongoose, »
Jennifer Lopez has released a new music video for her latest single "Live It Up."
The collaboration with Pitbull has the 43-year-old singer donning a "Black Swan"-esque get-up as she gets pampered and prepped for a big performance. Lopez breaks it down onstage with a series of rings -- an image that she teased earlier this week on "American Idol." The singer performed the track on the season finale of the talent competition on Thursday.
The music video for "Live It Up" (shown above) later transitions to beach scenes. The scenes were shot in Florida earlier this month. A day of filming the music video and accompanying interviews was disrupted when gunshots were fired near the beach in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Lopez was rushed off the scene in the midst of an interview with "Entertainment Tonight."
"Live It Up" is expected to be featured on Lopez's upcoming studio album, »
- Madeline Boardman
The pop legend sang a medley of "Vision of Love," "Make It Happen," "My All," "Hero," "We Belong Together" and her new single "#Beautiful" for a crowd of excited fans. Mariah's "Idol" performance was a highly-anticipated one, but it left something to be desired: Mariah barely moved in her tight-fitting feathered gown and viewers speculated that she had been lip-synching.
Mariah Carey lip synched on a show where she judged people who are not allowed to lip synch. So disappointing.
— Enty Lawyer (@entylawyer) May 17, 2013
— Roger Catlin (@rcatlin) May 17, 2013
There are two types of artists Vocalists & performers. If you're a vocalist,you should Not lip-sync. Especially on the caliber of Mariah.
— SomeUnholyWar ♫ (@RobertJP90) May 17, 2013
But according to her reps, »
- Leigh Weingus
You won't spot Kirstie Alley shopping at Abercrombie & Fitch. Ever. The actress put the company on blast after author Robin Lewis claimed that the brand's CEO Mike Jeffries "doesn't want larger people shopping in his store, he wants thin and beautiful people." Lewis also cited a 2006 Salon interview in which Jeffries says: "In every school there are the cool and popular kids, and then there are the not-so-cool kids. Candidly, we go after the cool kids." Kirstie's response? "That would make me never buy anything from Abercrombie," she told Entertainment Tonight. The same goes for her offspring, William True Stevenson, 20, and Lillie Price Stevenson, 18. »
Abercrombie & Fitch's CEO Mike Jeffries has pissed off a whole lot of people with his comments that his clothing company is not geared towards overweight or uncool people. His statements about Abercrombie & Fitch's choice clientele spread like wildfire on the Internet and even sparked a campaign called "Fitch the Homeless."
Kirstie Alley is one of the people who was turned off by Jeffries' statements. During an interview with Entertainment Tonight in which she also talked about the plethora of plus-sized actresses on television nowadays, the "Fat Actress" star slammed A&F.
"So Abercrombie clothes are for people who are cool and look a certain way and are beautiful and are thin' and blah, blah, blah, blah," she says. "That would make me never buy anything from Abercrombie."
As for her two children -- William, 20, and Lillie, 18 -- Alley says, "I've got two kids in that demographic. But they will never »
Angelina Jolie's got a fan in Zoe Saldana. At the Hollywood premiere of Star Trek Into Darkness Tuesday, the sci-fi leading lady praised Jolie's preventive decision to get a double mastectomy. "If she were here, I would just say thank you for being so brave," the 34-year-old actress told Entertainment Tonight. "And [know] that by sharing your personal experience you're going to empower and inspire a lot of women that are victims of cancer right now to heal and to survive." In fact, Saldana described Brad Pitt's lady love as "the ultimate badass!" And director J.J. Abrams noted that the 37-year-old star's candor about a difficult situation has " taken »
Los Angeles, May 16: Singer Jennifer Lopez has not given up on her idea of having a fairytale love story and might walk down aisle again in future.
Contactmusic.com reports that she shared her plans about marrying on chat show "Entertainment Tonight". She said: "I don't know - probably, I like it. I like the idea of it, I always have. As a girl, you never really give up on that fairytale completely."
The singer shares a comfortable relationship with Smart, 25.
"It's a sweet relationship.. »
- Shiva Prakash
Amazon constantly rotates their DVD/Blu-ray deals and we’ve grabbed some of the best ones and linked them below. If you've been waiting to own The Bourne Trilogy on either DVD or Blu-ray, today is the day to pick it up. Remember, if you spend over $25 you get free shipping and many of the deals change based on inventory so don’t wait too long. The Bourne Trilogy (The Bourne Identity / The Bourne Supremacy / The Bourne Ultimatum) [Blu-ray] $24.99 (58% off) The Bourne Trilogy (The Bourne Identity / The Bourne Supremacy / The Bourne Ultimatum) DVD $14.99 (50% off) Star Trek [Blu-ray] $9.99 (57% off) The Master [Blu-ray] $15.99 (60% off) Marvel’s The Avengers (Two-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo in Blu-ray Packaging) $19.99 (50% off) Up to 72% off TV shows on DVD/Blu-ray including Person of Interest, The Mentalist, The Vampire Diaries, Nikita, Gossip Girl, Chuck, Suburgatory, The Closer, and many more 60% off popular musicals including The Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables in »
- Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub
Ready for one of those "so that's how they did it" moments? Great. Strap in for the geeky ride.
As you might've figured out by now — you are smart enough to be visiting the raddest movie site on the web-o-sphere, after all — movies don't just appear out of thin air. A lot of technique, manpower and good old fashion ingenuity goes into making every single frame happen on-screen.
Some movies require more creativity and craftsmanship than others, of course, and with the most iconic movies in history, there's a lot to be explored about how these awesome flicks came to be.
Check out this great pic of the train scene in "Back to the Future," for example.
That Delorean is barely as big as the cake we saw! Great Scott!
No, but seriously, it is a little bit jarring to see the man behind the curtain, isn't it?
How about »
- Amanda Bell
Tarantino alumni Samuel L. Jackson will step up to play the president in Big Game. The actor who’s tackled a host of roles since his career started has never been in the running to play Potus. Now he’ll get the chance in director Jalmari Helander’s English-language debut.
Big Game is being touted as an action thriller which follows the story of 13-year old Oskari. A reserved boy, he must undergo an endurance test established by his forefathers. The test? To spend one day and one night alone in the vast woods, armed only with a bow and arrow. In order to pass the test Oskari must return with a prize to prove himself. When Air Force One is shot down, the shy youngster discovers the President in an escape pod. The two unite to fight against the terrorists responsible. Quite a prize.
The Finnish director is on »
- Gem Seddon
Altitude also will be selling Peter Mullan-starrer “The Loch,” the first project to emerge from the partnership between its parent company, Altitude Film Entertainment, and James Watkins, the helmer of “The Woman in Black” and “Eden Lake.”
“Big Game” tells the story of Oskari, a shy, nervous 13-year-old boy, who must prove his manhood by spending a day and a night alone in the forest. That night, Air Force One is shot down by terrorists and Oskari discovers the U.S. President in an escape pod. With the terrorists closing in, Oskari and the President must team up to survive.
- Leo Barraclough
Washington, May 12: Jessica Alba has revealed that she was a bit of a wild child during her formative years in Claremont, California.
When she asked who was the first boy that she brought over home, her mother replied, Santino, who she said was a boy with hormones, Us magazine reported.
"We accidentally drank Wild Turkey," Jessica said.
She was eleven then and was in sixth grade.
The actress also recalled the time. »
- Anita Agarwal
The fascination with former "Teen Mom" Farrah Abraham and her sex tape has yet to cease, and the reality star has been making the promotional rounds to defend herself from the backlash. After explaining why she made the film on "Entertainment Tonight," Abraham sat down with The Dirty founder Nik Richie for an interview in which she argues against labeling her film, Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom," "porn."
When Richie tries to label Abraham as a porn star, she vehemently denies that she's starred in one, saying, "I think a porn star is somebody who is in porn and, I guess, obviously is a star in porn. And I am not."
As Richie tries to argue that she did, in fact, release a porn, Abraham says, "I look it as I did my own personal thing, somebody wanted notoriety..."
Though she hired professional porn actor James Deen to film herself »
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- Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub
Jessica Alba was a bit of a wild child during her formative years in Claremont, Calif. In honor of Mother's Day, the Machete Kills actress had tea with her mom Cathy at the Montage Hotel in Beverly Hills, where the women reminisced about old times with Entertainment Tonight. "Who was the first boy that I brought over?" Jessica asked. Unsure, her mother replied, "Santiago?" The Honest Company founder then corrected her mom. "Santino!" "Santino, Santiago -- he was a boy with hormones!" Cathy joked. "We accidentally drank Wild Turkey," [...] »
Yesterday, long time American Idol judge Randy Jackson announced his plans to leave the show after 12 years. Amidst rumblings there will soon be another panel shakeup, previous judge Jennifer Lopez tells Entertainment Tonight's Rob Marciano that she is certainly open to returning to the show, but nothing is set in stone.
Pics: The Complete List of 'American Idol' Winners
"That door's not closed," said Lopez, who revealed she has a "gut feeling" Idol is on the horizon.
"I know I love the show and I had a great time on it," she explained, "but the honest truth is I really don't know what my plans are…I still enjoy the show, I still enjoy seeing those singers take that journey….for me, that's the real heart of that show."
Lopez left the Fox hit last summer to spend more time with her twins and concentrate on her world tour.
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Jessica Alba stole her parents' car when she was 12. The 'Sin City' actress has revealed she was a wild child and drove her parents crazy with her rebellious antics, including going for joy rides in the family car and drinking alcohol when she was just 11. In a joint interview with her mother Cathy on 'Entertainment Tonight', the 32-year-old screen beauty confessed she and a boyfriend experimented with alcohol, saying: 'We accidentally drank Wild Turkey [whiskey]. How old was I? 11?' The star's mum retorted: 'It's a little shocking. You drank Wild Turkey in sixth grade?!' But the 'Spy Kids 4' actress' list of offences don't end there - she also admitted to taking her parents' car out for »
In the new movie Tyler Perry Presents Peeples hitting theaters this weekend, The Office’s Craig Robinson stars as a man who meets the parents of the woman (Scandal’s Kerry Washington) he’d like to marry. It does not go well — unlike when Robinson and David Alan Grier, who costars as the potential father-in-law, dropped by EW to take our Pop Culture Personality Test. You really don’t want to miss their reenactment of a deleted scene from E.T., which begins at 1:58 in the video below.
When do you yell at the TV?
David Alan Grier: I yell during sports. »
- Mandi Bierly
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