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Roselyn Sánchez celebrates her upcoming arrival — her daughter is due in early January — at a shower thrown by Johnson’s Naturals on Nov. 5 in California.
Baby girl received many gifts — including a pink tricycle!
Related: BumpWatch: Roselyn Sánchez – Pretty In Pink
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Yes, that dog is wearing sunglasses.The Twitch presented Back To The 80s series at the Tiff Bell Lightbox is nearing the end but before we get to our closing film next week - St Elmo's Fire - it's time to head back to Summer School.On the verge of taking off for a Hawaiian vacation, laid-back gym teacher Freddy Shoop (the indestructible Mark Harmon) is roped into teaching a remedial summer-school English class by his nemesis, the yuppie asshole vice-principal. (Yuppie assholes being a particularly prevalent eighties species; see Pretty in Pink.) Saddled with a colourfully diverse crew of screw-ups--a surfer girl with Add, a male stripper, a jock, two horror-film nerds, the requisite hot Italian exchange student and others--Shoop initially lazes through the class »
Hey Toronto! The Twitch-presented tour of 1980's teen films continues tonight at the Tiff Bell Lightbox with a screening of the John Hughes written and produced Pretty In Pink.One of the best of the Hughes bunch (though he handed directing duties to his go-to substitute Howard Deutch), Pretty in Pink stars Molly Ringwald as Andie, a blue-collar girl with a unique fashion sense who falls hard for upper-class, feathery-haired, linen blazer-wearing heartthrob Blane (Andrew McCarthy), much to the dismay of her childhood friend Duckie (Jon Cryer), who has been in love with her for years. Featuring a fantastic soundtrack--including the title track by the Psychedelic Furs and songs by Echo and the Bunnymen, The Smiths and New Order--and great supporting turns by Harry Dean »
Lauren opted for two classic and cute ideas for Halloween! Which look did you like best? Lauren Conrad took to her website to reveal what she dressed up as for Halloween -- and we love her looks! Lauren chose, "an oldie but goodie: Britney Spears from the Baby One More Time music video." For her second costume, the star took an original approach and made her Minnie Mouse costume from scratch and was "really happy with how it turned out." Considering she looked adorable, we totally see why! What do you think of Lauren's Halloween costumes? Lauren Kalma More Style News! Victoria Justice At TeenNick Halo Awards: The Star Was Pretty In Pink! Kate Middleton Steps Out Solo & Dazzles In A Gorgeous Gown! Camilla Belle's Gown: Is It Glam Or Gaudy? »
This Hollywood beauty showed off her gorgeous legs in this bold and fun outfit! Actress Amanda Seyfried attended the UK premiere of her movie In Time on Oct. 31 looking fun and fabulous! The star sported a budget-friendly metallic blue H&M shorts suit from the 'Eco-conscious' collection. Amanda paired this outfit with black Sergio Rossi pumps that accented the black trim on the suit which was layered over a black blouse. This glam red carpet look was completed with loose curls, smoky eyes, and shimmering lips. Amanda's look seemed effortless and was a great alternative to dresses. What do you think of Amanda's electric red carpet look? Lauren Kalma More Style News! Victoria Justice At TeenNick Halo Awards: The Star Was Pretty In Pink! Kate Middleton Steps Out Solo & Dazzles In A Gorgeous Gown! Camilla Belle's Gown: Is It Glam Or Gaudy? »
Ghostbuster's bespeckled Janine Melnitz is a classic film secretary, but the job has been demoted in Hollywood
With Ghostbusters back on the big screen this month, proton packs will no doubt pop into the mind of every potential viewer. But, as crucial as the stream-crossing equipment of Venkman, Egon, Ray and Winston is, the far more ordinary telephone deserves some love, too. After all, it gave secretary Janine Melnitz the perfect reason to squawk that immortal line: "Ghostbusters, whaddya want?!"
With the sound still carrying across cultural space more than 25 years later, Annie Potts's rendition of the overworked, underimpressed Brooklynite Janine stole scenes from every one of the Ghostbusters – with her small talk with Egon (Janine: "Do you have any hobbies?" Spengler: "I collect spores, mold and fungus") a high point. While Potts went on to steal scenes again from Molly Ringwald in Pretty in Pink and voice Woody's »
- Lauren Cochrane
Who wore the Keepsake dress best? Nicole Richie was the first to wear this dress by Keepsake, where the stylish star opted for a hot fall hue -- mustard! She paired it with gray platforms, a studded golden clutch, and minimal jewelry. While Nicole looked cute, she wasn't the only one who opted for this get-up! Virgin Mobile Brand Ambassador Sarah Carroll opted for the blush-colored version, pairing it with nude heels and long tousled locks. She kept her look simple and sweet by not adding any accessories at all! Both girls look stunning, but we think Nicole's dark eye makeup and funky platforms made her totally stand out! Do you agree? Who do you think wore it better? Olivia Perdoch [polldaddy poll=5629194] More Style News! Victoria Justice At TeenNick Halo Awards: The Star Was Pretty In Pink! Kate Middleton Steps Out Solo & Dazzles In A Gorgeous Gown! Camilla Belle's »
The star opted for two long-sleeved mini dresses on two different occasions -- but which look did you really like? Nikki Reed is showing off a slew of styles while promoting Breaking Dawn -- but it looks like she has a penchant for minis, just like Kristen Stewart! The stylish star showed off a retro polka-dot Topshop dress complete with a key-hole cutout at the Madrid premiere on Oct. 28 -- but that wasn't the last leggy look we saw on the star! At a photocall on Oct. 30 in Rome, the star ditched the retro trend for an edgy embellished Alice by Temperley mini and a pair of open-toe Casadei boots. While she's sticking to a similar silhouette, I love how she's showing off two very different styles -- in fact, it's hard to pick a favorite! What do you think? Which short dress did you like best on Nikki? Katrina Mitzeliotis [polldaddy poll=5628485] More Style News! »
Nikki turned up at the Rome Film Festival looking like a goddess! Get a 360 degree look and tell us, did you love her look? Nikki Reed is the second leading lady to turn out to promote Breaking Dawn -- and she looked absolutely stunning at the Rome Film Festival on Oct. 30. Clad in a plunging white gown by Maria Lucia Hohan, Nikki looked sexy and sophisticated. While she looked divine from the front, the open back detailing was just as glam -- except for an exposed zipper on a flesh-colored panel. The zipper was bulky and distracting, and it really brought this practically flawless look down. Aside from the dress, I like how she kept the look minimal, keeping the focus on the frock. From the front she looked absolutely gorgeous! What did you think of Nikki's look last night? Katrina Mitzeliotis More Style News! Victoria Justice At TeenNick Halo Awards »
Justin Bieber certainly has his romantic swag on full display in the video for "Mistletoe."
Whatever do we mean? Well, between the photo booth scene, the dress-buying sequence, picking up his girl in a very expensive vintage car and the kiss at a dance, it's hard for us to really not pine away about our first love when watching the holiday-themed clip. Bieber knows how to treat a lady. Selena, you got yourself a good one.
Director Roman White explained that a lot of the video was inspired by John Hughes movies from the past. And that inspiration is not on display more than about midway through the clip when Bieber picks up his lady love in his car. What kind of car? A vintage Porsche. No. Big. Deal.
Anyways, it's a full-on "Pretty In Pink" moment (Don't know what we mean? Go watch it and get back to us! »
- Jocelyn Vena
Ally wore a black, neck plunging dress and walked the 'green' carpet only speaking a little while heading back and forth between the photographers and the rest of the cast. Ally played Mr. Yang for the USA Network series between 2009 and 2010, and joined them to celebrate.
John Hughes' 1985 The Breakfast Club is iconic. Many teen films have since reciprocated what Hughes portrayed in those five characters whether they were trying to or not. Many teen films have done extremely well since then so it was intriguing to know what Ally thought of them. When asked what film today resinated the most with teens and portrayed pop culture the best she simply stated, 'I like Mean Girls, personally. I like Mean Girls a lot. »
- Stephanie Webber
We start the Top 7. You finish the Top 10.
Sometimes we want to move our feet and tap our toes, but we don’t realize it until the moment is upon us. Thankfully, movies are here to rescue us. Sure, there are the full-out musicals like Evita, and Singin’ in the Rain. I’m not talking about those. And then there are the films like Saturday Night Fever, Dirty Dancing and Footloose. But those are films that thrive on a soundtrack and dance numbers within the dramatic story. So, even though the remake of Footloose is the reason I thought of this Top 7, we’re going deeper. For this Top 7, we’re hitting the dance sequences that came out of nowhere, made you recheck which genre you’re sitting down for, then wish the characters wouldn’t stop moving and/or grooving. Not surprisingly, comedy makes its presence known.
7. Young Frankenstein (1974)
Recap: Dr. »
- Jeff Bayer
Trevor Hogg profiles the career of Hollywood icon Clint Eastwood in the fourth of a five part feature (read parts one, two and three)...
“What I liked about this script is that it is faithful to the book, contrary to some previous versions, which had eliminated elements that in my opinion had to be preserved,” stated Clint Eastwood who chose to cinematically adapt White Hunter Black Heart (1990); the fictional tale was inspired by experiences of screenwriter Peter Viertel during the production of The African Queen (1951). “He told me that during the filming, Huston became hostile to Sam Spiegel, though he’d worked with him before. In his autobiography Huston says he was searching for a period of three weeks he could use to go on safari while in Africa. That’s what gave Peter Viertel the impetus to write his novel. He was in the presence of someone surrounded by all his technical crew, »
Trevor Hogg profiles the career of Hollywood icon Clint Eastwood in the third of a five-part feature (read parts one and two)...
“You’ve got to keep stretching out and trying other stuff,” observed actor and director Clint Eastwood. “I could have chosen a lot of scripts that were different than Bronco Billy , that were less of a challenge but it was worth trying.” The native of San Francisco, California explains, “It’s about the American Dream, and Billy’s dream that he fought so hard for. It’s all the context of this outdated Wild West show that has absolutely no chance of being a hit. But it’s sweet. It’s pure.” The subject matter resembles the work of two legendary Hollywood filmmakers. “My first thought was that Frank Capra [It’s a Wonderful Life] or Preston Sturges [Sullivan’s Travels] might have done it in their heyday. It has some values that were interesting to »
In 24 hours, nearly a week after release, I would have seen Drive. My thoughts will follow, but here’s a series of interviews from the cast of the movie, namely Ryan Gosling and Carey Mulligan, as well as the film’s visionary director, Nicolas Winding Refn. These interviews, while not conducted by me personally are an excellent read. So can’t wait to see this film tomorrow night; I already know that I’m going to love the shit out of it…
Ryan Gosling rose to fame with the 2001 Sundance hit The Believer, which told the searing story of a violent, anti-semitic neo-Nazi thug who hides a shocking secret from his friends: he is Jewish. The film established Gosling as a fearless and meticulous actor ready to embrace the most difficult projects, although his starring role in the acclaimed 2004 tragi-drama The Notebook revealed his softer side. Though that »
- Paul Heath
In the grand tradition of teen angst classics like "Pretty in Pink," "Juno" and "My So-Called Life," MTV's dramedy "Awkward" is a sweet, funny, poignant show that you might have missed in its 11 p.m. timeslot. And that's a shame, because the show, which airs its first season finale tonight, didn't rely on shock value to win over fans, like so many teen series have done. Good storytelling, endearing characters and a smart, realistic portrayal of teen life drew viewers to the show, which began with wallflower Jenna ("One Tree Hill" alum »
- Kimberly Potts
Actor Jon Cryer capped off an amazing weekend by unveiling the 2,449th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Monday morning
The Pretty in Pink star was joined by his Two and a Half Men co-stars Ashton Kutcher and Angus T. Jones and show creator Chuck Lorre as he accepted the honour just 24 hours after completing the Annual Nautical Malibu Triathlon and then attending the Emmy Awards, where he and Kutcher were among the presenters.
Accepting the Walk of Fame honour, Cryer took a moment to remember Charlie Sheen, who was fired earlier this year following a well-publicised fight with producers and Lorre.
He said, "I do have to say a real word of thanks to my co-star of eight years, Charlie Sheen, who gave me so much as a performer and who I enjoyed working with so much."
The unveiling got serious when Cryer went on to thank Lorre and co-creator Lee Aronsohn for saving his former castmate's life.
He explained, "I feel the need to thank Chuck Lorre and Lee Aronsohn, who when they saw somebody who was clearly in distress, took every possible means to try to help their friend, and who, you know, when it came time to make the ultimate decision, which was someplace that nobody wanted to go, did something that in my belief saved my friend Charlie Sheen’s life." »
EW’s own Dave Karger took to the red carpet before last night’s Emmys and got some surprising answers from the nominees. Which past winner declared she had “blood in mouth for another Emmy”? Who threatened physical violence against Jon Hamm? (Who would dare?!) Who received the news of his nomination while going to the bathroom? Which Glee star admitted missing out on The Glee Project? Find out these answers, plus inside X Factor info from Paula Abdul, Parks and Recreation scoop from Adam Scott, and more from everyone from Ty Burrell to Jon Cryer after the jump.
Points for humility go to Burrell, »
- Lanford Beard
Actor tells MTV News he and director Nicholas Refn were inspired by idea of 'a violent John Hughes movie.'
By Kara Warner
Photo: MTV News
For those who only know Ryan Gosling from his warm fuzzy work in feel-good films like "The Notebook" and the more recent romantic comedy "Crazy, Stupid, Love," or for his heroics in breaking up street fights in New York City, watching the easy-on-the-eyes actor play a psycho in his new movie "Drive" may be a shock to your system.
Directed by Nicholas Refn, the action thriller features Gosling as an intense, introverted driver-for-hire. His unnamed character is an automobile stuntman for Hollywood pictures by day and a getaway man for armed crooks by night. All is going relatively well until Gosling's driver becomes involved with his neighbor Irene (Carey Mulligan) and offers to help her estranged ex-convict husband, who wants to rid »
"Extra's" Renee Bargh caught up with Hollywood's coolest leading man, Ryan Gosling, and asked about his changing hair color. Gosling explained, "When I did that blonde thing, I thought about when I was a kid and I wanted to be like Billy Idol. So I thought I'll try to do the Billy Idol thing, but I ended up looking like the guy from 'Saved By the Bell,' (Mark Paul Gosselaar). It just didn't work out. »
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