Hollywood A-listers Simon Pegg and Martin Freeman braved the Wellington rain to walk the red carpet at the premiere of The World’s End alongside plenty of familiar faces from the Hobbit films yesterday. The pair, who star in the movie, were joined by co-star Nick Frost, and Sir Peter Jackson, Benedict Cumberbatch and James Nesbitt.
Angelina Jolie has made her first public appearance since announcing last month that she had undergone a double mastectomy. Jolie joined partner Brad Pitt for the opening night of his zombie thriller World War Z in London’s Leicester Square
Famed French director Roman Polanski complained that the fight for female equality is a “great pity” as his wife showed off some eye-popping cleavage at the Cannes Film Festival.
You’d think that after Anne Hathaway suffered the indignity of having her nether regions plastered all over the net last year, Hollywood A-listers would remember to wear underwear to film premieres and leave the flashing to Britney Spears and Lindsay Lohans of the world. Not so.
Chopard jewellery worth $1.4 million intended to adorn movie stars at the Cannes film festival has been stolen, a police source said today, but the company said the value had been exaggerated and the items were not for actresses to use. According to the source, who declined to be named because he was not authorised to discuss the case with the press, the jewels were in the safe of a room rented by an employee of the luxury jeweller, which is also a Cannes sponsor.
Singer Beyonce has cancelled her show in Antwerp, Belgium, amid rumours she is pregnant with her second child. Her representatives named dehydration and exhaustion as reason why she was pulling out of the show.
A North Dakota news anchor whose profanity-laced television debut got him fired after one broadcast is already getting job offers. A.J.
With some deck chairs, a carpet and a handful of pocket-sized instruments, a New Zealand couple took to Berlin’s streets to busk and get by in a city where they couldn’t find jobs.
Jennifer Lawrence might be Hollywood’s golden girl, but she isn’t cashing in her ingots yet. The actress has starred in films such as The Hunger Games and X-Men: First Class and scooped a best actress Oscar thanks to her role in Silver Linings Playbook at this year’s ceremony.
Author Stephenie Meyer is hoping her vampire fans will be willing to step into a new world and embrace aliens as the first film of her new book series, The Host, hits the big screens this week.