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Janet Jackson, Peta Murgatroyd and Irina Shayk are just a handful of celebrity moms that will be celebrating their first Mother's Day with their bundles of joy on May 14. These first-time mommies will no doubt be smothered with gifts and well wishes from their friends and families.
Here are 25 famous ladies who will be having an extra-special Sunday!
17 Celebrity Moms Who Gave Birth in Their 40s
The pop icon gave birth to her first child, son Eissa Al Mana, with now-ex Wissam Al Mana on January 3. Jackson shared the first picture of her precious babe last month and he couldn't be any cuter.
3. Hoda Kotb
This year, the Today show co-host adopted a daughter, Haley [link=tt »
Here’s one to watch!
English singer-songwriter Jasmine Thompson will release her Wonderland Ep next month, and People has an exclusive first look at the video for one of its standout tracks, “Old Friends.”
The soulful 16-year-old vocalist found fame posting covers on YouTube before scoring a hit with German deejay-producer Felix Jaehn with “Ain’t Nobody (Loves Me Better),” a remake of the 1983 Chaka Khan classic. And when it came time to write and record her latest release, she turned to a slew of pros, including dynamite songwriting duo Justin Tranter and Julia Michaels — and even Meghan Trainor!
- Jeff Nelson
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“I’m still working my way up the food chain,” Glen Powell tells Et of his breakthrough in Hollywood, which over the past two years includes celebrated roles in Richard Linklater’s Everybody Wants Some!! and Ryan Murphy’s Scream Queens, as well as portraying John Glenn in the Academy Awards Best Picture nominee Hidden Figures. His latest is playing an Army sergeant in Sand Castle, a film inspired by true events that took place during the Iraq War, debuting on Netflix Friday, April 21. Co-starring Nicholas Hoult, Henry Cavill and Logan Marshall-Green, it’s the latest film to earn buzz for the actor, who has been dubbed one of Hollywood’s hottest rising stars.
While the Austin, Texas, native’s recent breakout success has elevated him to a new level of attention -- fashion spreads in Interview and Coveteur magazines, an invitation to the 2017 Academy Awards -- Powell has been »
“I’m quick, especially when I’m excited,” the 23-year-old singer-songwriter tells People of how she created the track, “I’m a Lady,” for the film. “I got an email that was like ‘We want a classic, empowering Meghan Trainor woman anthem!’ And I was like, ‘Got it.’ I’m really good at those, I can do that in my sleep.”
Trainer says that she didn’t have much background to go off of when creating the song, »
- Brianne Tracy
Meghan Trainor is all about her boyfriend — and for good reason!
“I really couldn’t talk since December,” she said. “So it was like three months of vocal rest, and then we decided: ‘Let’s get the surgery before Ellen, and then when we recover, it’s gonna be tight, but you’ll be able to sing on Ellen.’ I was like, ‘Okay let’s do it.’ And we did it, »
- Jeff Nelson
Meghan Trainor had an emotional and scary performance on Friday’s episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show. The singer performed her song “I’m a Lady” from the Smurfs: The Lost Village soundtrack, and it turns out, that it was her first time singing in three months.
Trainor revealed that she underwent a second vocal surgery in December and has been on vocal rest ever since. Her surgeon was in the audience at Ellen.
“That was very emotional, singing to her, especially,” Trainor said, pointing out the specialist. “I’m trying not to cry, but it was tough. It was tough.”
Trainor’s first surgery was announced in August 2015 and forced her to cancel her tour. At the time she told her fans that she was “devastated, scared, and so sorry.”
During her vocal rest this time around, Trainor was forced »
Meghan Trainor is lucky in love!
The "Dear Future Husband" singer covers the May issue of Cosmopolitan, and in her accompanying interview with the magazine, she reflects on her first kiss with boyfriend Daryl Sabara.
"We went on a double date, bowling and karaoke. He kissed me at the bowling alley," she recalls. "I told my security to step outside 'cause I didn't want to be watched."
"He was the best kisser ever," she adds. "I know I'm really good at kissing, but I was shocked when he was."
The 23-year-old pop star, who first sparked dating rumors with the former Spy Kids actor last October, admits she "never really felt sexy with guys before." But that all changed when she met Sabara.
"No one expressed how they liked my body out loud in the bedroom until I met Daryl »
Songstress Meghan Trainor covers the May issue of Cosmopolitan magazine where she opens up about her relationship, new music and “What would Beyonce do?” Related: Meghan Trainor Cancels Remaining 2016 Tour Dates Due To Illness The 23-year-old singer has been very open about her relationship with “Spy Kids” actor Daryl Sabara, telling the mag about their first […] »
- Aynslee Darmon
The singer, 23, covers Cosmopolitan‘s May issue and tells the magazine — via text, as she was on vocal rest — that she hasn’t been coy about sharing her feelings for her boyfriend.
“I wrote six songs on the road about him in front of his face,” she said. “One is called ‘Marry Me.’ ”
While wedding bells might be down the road, Trainor is obviously quite happy with how things are going with the actor. »
- Stephanie Petit
You time is valuable, and so are both services for different reasons.War Machine (Netflix)
Although there may be a competition going on between Amazon and Netflix for subscribers, the truth is that both company’s streaming services are essential for anyone who watches a lot of movies and TV and who wants to be part of the pop culture conversations as they happen.
There’s no denying that Amazon Prime is worth the $99/year, which not only gives you access to many movies but also a good amount of music streaming and digital media access, plus faster shipping for when you actually want some sort of physical product (you can also just get video content for $8.99/month, which oddly means paying more for less).
And Netflix is still a must-have for both its exclusive and nonexclusive content, though depending on one’s usage could be best for sporadic membership rather than continued subscription — now at $120/year »
- Christopher Campbell
To celebrate the release of Walter Hill’s Tomboy, which is available on digital download now and on DVD from April 3rd from Precision Pictures, we have a very interesting, world exclusive clip to share with you.
Frank Kitchen is an assassin at the top of his game. When he’s double-crossed by a group of ruthless gangsters he falls into the hands of a rogue surgeon, known only as The Doctor, who transforms him into a woman against his will. Aided by a nurse with her own set of secrets, Frank the hitman becomes Tomboy the hit-woman and revenge is the first thing on her mind…
Starring action cinema’s star du jour Michelle Rodriguez (Furious 7, Machete Kills) as Frank/Tomboy and featuring celluloid royalty in the form of Sigourney Weaver (Alien, Avatar) as The Doctor, Tomboy is an action adventure you’ll never forget.
Also starring Anthony Lapaglia »
- Paul Heath
Mischievous twins on a summer-school mystery in this Spanish-language children’s adventure
This boisterous Spanish romp is a reminder of just how few children’s movies feature actual kids having adventures, rather than animated creatures pinging around virtual worlds. Zip and Zap, a pair of troublesome twins, are sent to a strict summer school as a punishment. They form the Marble Gang – a covert organisation dedicated to night-time pranks and resistance against the school’s strict “no-fun” policy. But the building has a secret, and they find themselves in a high-stakes race against the school principal and his sidekick. Inventive Spy Kids-style design and a rattling pace make this a great option for preteens confident enough to tackle subtitles.
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- Wendy Ide
The “All About That Bass” singer gave everyone boyfriend envy as she gushed about the former Spy Kids star to Et’s Denny Directo at the Smurfs: Lost Village premiere in Culver City, California, on Saturday.
“He says he likes my kind heart, he likes that I care about people,” the 23-year-old pop star responded when asked what Sabara loves about her. “I was like, 'Stop it, you're so cute, I care about you.’ He’s around here somewhere [and] he just keeps walking by me going, 'You're beautiful!'”
If a boyfriend showering her with compliments isn’t enough to put a smile on Trainor’s face, she was also thrilled to embark on the ultimate musical project after being »
Gugino is also noted for her role as 'Ingrid Cortez' in the "Spy Kids" trilogy...
...as 'Dr. Vera Gorski' in "Sucker Punch" (2011)...
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- Michael Stevens
Tony Sokol Mar 30, 2017
Move over Babo, Ice-Bat, and Wedgehead. A new ugly has arrived. Robert Rodriguez is making his first animated feature, Ugly Dolls, based on the plush toy franchise from Pretty Ugly. The film will launch Stx Entertainment’s family and animation division.
The director of El Mariachi, Desperado, Once Upon A Time In Mexico, From Dusk Till Dawn, Sin City, and the Spy Kids franchise, will write, direct, and produce Ugly Dolls through his Troublemaker Studios, it was announced during Stx’s presentation at CinemaCon.
The animated version of the video game Angry Birds made more than $300 million for Sony last year. Ugly Dolls might be the start of a new franchise for Rodriguez and Stx Entertainment, especially if it does similar business. The film will be produced by Stx, with »
Bring out your inner child with this roundup of animation goodies: Robert Rodriguez to Direct Uglydolls Making a return to kid-friendly fare, Spy Kids director Robert Rodriguez is going to turn the Uglydoll toys into an animated feature, according to Deadline. Plans have been in the works for years to bring the plush monsters to the big screen for their own movie, though they're no strangers to the cinema. Since their launch in 2001, Uglydoll toys have appeared as props in Zathura, Enchanted, The Smurfs and Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium, some of them even coming to life in the last of them. This will still be Stx Entertainment's first foray into family films and is due in theaters on May 10, 2019. Eddie Murphy Returns to...
- Christopher Campbell
Robert Rodriguez has an intriguingly split career. On one hand, he’s notorious for his balls-to-the-wall grindhouse capers like Desperado, Sin City and Machete. On the other, he’s made bank with the Spy Kids trilogy, popular children’s films released in the early 2000s. Lately, he’s been tending towards the more bloody end of the spectrum, but perhaps he’s swinging back towards family friendly, as it’s just been announced that he’s to direct Ugly Dolls.
Ugly Dolls (or Uglydolls) are cute little stuffed toys who’ve snowballed in popularity since their introduction in 2001, with Babo, Cinko, Ice Bat and the rest making appearances in the backgrounds of Enchanted, The It Crowd and Zathura – not to mention famously being spotted fixed to Sasha Obama’s backpack on her first day of school in 2009. They come from the ‘uglyverse’ where the ethos is that ‘ugly’ is something »
- David James
Just a few days after signing on to direct a remake of John Carpenter’s Escape From New York, Robert Rodriguez has also decided to direct an animated movie based on the Uglydoll line of children’s toys. That’s according to Variety, which says the movie will be Rodriguez’s first animated project and that it even has a release date already penciled in for May 10, 2019. We don’t have any details about the film other than that, but it will presumably be a weird and stylish kids’ movie like Rodriguez’s Spy Kids series, but with the added benefit of being based on a pre-existing toy (just like Trolls and The Lego Movie).
As for the Uglydoll toys themselves, they’re primarily plush monsters with pointy teeth and big, cartoony eyes. The idea is that they look kind of creepy, which helps teach kids to appreciate ...
- Sam Barsanti
Robert Rodriguez is set to helm the animated film “Ugly Dolls.” The movie will be based on the popular plush toy line created by David Horvath via his Pretty Ugly LLC, and will launch Stx Entertainment’s family and animation division. The news was announced on Tuesday, during the Stx slate presentation at CinemaCon, as reported by Deadline.
“Ugly Dolls” will be produced by Stx and is slated to hit theaters May 10, 2019. Gigi Pritzker and OddLot will co-produce, and Horvath will serve as executive producer alongside his business partner, Drew Matilsky.
- Yoselin Acevedo
As per usual, Robert Rodriguez is not a man who can be easily pigeonholed. A few years have passed since last feature, the extremely disappointing “Sin City: A Dame To Kill For,” but he’s back in the feature-film business in a big way after detours into television with the interview series “The Director’s Chair” and “From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series.” He’s already in post-production on the big-budget, James Cameron-produced “Alita: Battle Angel,” and just last week we learned he signed up to direct the remake of John Carpenter‘s “Escape From New York.” However, kids’ fare has always been part of Rodriguez’s oeuvre (see his “Spy Kids” series), and he’s once again diving into making a movie for children.
Continue reading Robert Rodriguez To Direct Animated ‘Ugly Dolls’ at The Playlist. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
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