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Nicole Richie Will Guest Judge ‘Project Runway’s’ Season 7 Premiere

nicole-richie-project-runway-season-7Project Runway heads back to New York for an all-new season, which premieres in January.

Heidi Klum, Tim Gunn, Michael Kors and Nina Garcia will once again make one designer’s dream come true.

Like last season, which was filmed in Los Angeles, this season’s show will also feature celebrity guest judges.

Nicole Richie will be the guest judge on the season premiere, which will air on Jan. 14 on Lifetime.

Project Runway executive producer Sara Rea says of Richie:

“Nicole is a fabulous guest judge. She has strong opinions and gives clear and specific constructive criticism to the designers. Also, she isn’t afraid to disagree with the other judges.”

Richie, who filmed the episode before giving birth to her son, Sparrow, has her own fashion line, Winter Kate and a jewerly line, House of Harlow 1960.

Are YOU excited for an all new season of Project Runway?

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Photos: Kannie Yu LaPack/Lifetime

Edited: December 31st, 2009

First Look: ‘The Wolfman’

wolfman37757Check out the trailer for the The Wolfman. The film stars Benicio Del Toro, Emily Blunt, Anthony Hopkins and Hugo Weaving.

The film is set in the late 1880s and follows Lawrence Talbot (Del Toro) as he reunites with his estranged father (Hopkins) following the disappearance of his brother. Talbot’s childhood ended the night his mother died and he left his home and spent decades recovering and trying to forget. But when his brother’s fiancée, Gwen Conliffe (Blunt), tracks him down to help find her missing love, Talbot returns home to join the search. He finds out that someone has been killing the villagers and that an inspector (Weaving) has come to find out who that might be.

The Wolfman opens in theaters on Feb. 12, 2010.

Watch the trailer after the jump.


Edited: December 31st, 2009

First Look: Channing Tatum and Jamie Bell in ‘The Eagle of the Ninth’

eagle_of_the_ninth_movie_image_channing_tatum_02Check out some photos from the upcoming film, The Eagle of the Ninth.

The movie stars Channing Tatum (G.I. Joe, Step Up), Jamie Bell (King Kong, Defiance), Donald Sutherland (Pride & Prejudice, Dirty Sexy Money), Mark Strong (Stardust, Sherlock Holmes) and Denis O’Hare

The story, which is set in Roman-ruled Britain centers around “a young Roman soldier endeavors to honor his father’s memory by finding his lost legion’s golden emblem.”

The Eagle of the Ninth comes out in theaters in Fall 2010.

More photos after the jump!


Edited: December 30th, 2009

Weinstein Decreases Theater Count for ‘Nine’

NINE_Nine_Paparazzi_FinalIt might have gotten five Golden Globe nominations and some good reviews, but Nine is not doing great at the box-office.

The film opened to 1,400 screens last weekend and finished at eighth place with only $5.5 million in ticket sales.

The film’s distributor, the Weinstein Company, is reducing the film’s showings to 800-900 theaters in the coming weeks.

The film, which was one of the most anticipated movies of the year and cost an estimated $64 million to make, stars Daniel Day-Lewis, Marion Cotillard, Penelope Cruz, Sophia Loren, Judi Dench, Fergie, Kate Hudson and Nicole Kidman.

Nine opened in limited U.S. release on December 18 and expanded widely on December 25.

Have YOU seen Nine?

Update: The studio is now saying that they have no plans of pulling the movie from any theaters after disappointing box office.

David Glasser, an operations executive for the company, who initially was the one that said that the movie was performing well on only 870 key screens and expected that Nine would not perform well in the weeks ahead, is now saying:

“At this moment in time there has been no plan between us nor the theater chains that we deal with to cut any theaters.”

Edited: December 30th, 2009

Taylor Momsen: Seventeen Magazine February 2010

momsen1701__oPtGossip Girl star Taylor Momsen takes the cover of Seventeen’s February 2010 issue. Here are some snippets from the interview.

On people not taking her seriously as a musician:

I think people don’t really take me seriously because I’m 16. And they think most 16-year-olds don’t know what they want to do. But I actually really do, because I’ve been thinking about it since I was 2. And in the world of acting, you have such a stigma put onto you that you [get into this business] for the fame. Fame frankly means nothing. It’s so stupid. Unless you do something great and unless you do something that’s fulfilling to you, what’s the point?

On her personal style:

I like to wear a lot of baggy things. Like, I buy guys’ clothes, like T-shirts, and I cut them up and wear them loose, but my blazers have to be really fitted. I also like layering things and really short skirts — or showing off my legs.

On being called angsty:

I am angsty. I’ll be angsty until I’m 80 years old. I think that keeps things fresh. But I always think angst is such a derogatory word toward teenagers. It just means you’re figuring s*** out, and I don’t know why that’s a negative thing.

Edited: December 30th, 2009

‘Up in the Air’ – The Oscar Race is On

EW1084CVR_PROMOUp in the Air stars George Clooney, Vera Farmiga and Anna Kendrick grace the cover of Entertainment Weekly.

The film, which is directed by Jason Reitman (Juno) had recently garnered six Golden Globe nominations.

On the film:

“Jason came to my house and brought the script and I read it,” Clooney says. “There were some things that sounded like they were taken from a Barbara Walters special that I had done. I’m not completely unaware of people’s perceptions of me. I sort of felt like, if you were ever going to deal with it, this is probably the best way to do it and the best person to do it with. If you can’t point at what people think are your shortcomings, then you’re boxing yourself in.”

On what needs to be done to campaign for the movie:

“Kiss a lot of babies,” Clooney says. “I’m enjoying watching people talk about Vera and discovering Anna. I’ve been in good movies that were not successful. Out of Sight bombed, Three Kings really didn’t do well. O Brother, Where Art Thou? did okay, not great. The problem is that if they don’t [perform at the box office], then it really is going to be just Transformers. I’m not making any judgment on Transformers, I’m just saying [Hollywood will only make] those tentpoles.”’

On not using body doubles:

“I bite my cuticles so I’m always ashamed,” he admits. “But when you see somebody else’s hand come in and it’s got, like, different fingers or hairy knuckles, it doesn’t look right.”

Pick up the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly on newsstands now.

Edited: December 30th, 2009

‘The Addams Family’ Heads to Broadway

nathan-lane-and-bebe-neuwirthLooks like Justin Bartha isn’t the only person heading to Broadway.

The Addams Family will be making its Broadway debut next year, after it finishes a limited release in Chicago. Although the show’s reviews were mixed, many agreed that it needed major changes before it heads to Broadway.

Jerry Zaks, the man behind the revival of Little Shop Of Horrors will be working his wonders on The Addams Family.

Nathan Lane and Bebe Neuwirth will be starring as Gomez and Morticia Addams.

The Addams Family will begin previews on March 4 and debut in April.

What do YOU think of The Addams Family heading to Broadway? Will YOU watch?

Edited: December 30th, 2009

‘Jersey Shore’ Gets a Makeover

Jersey-Shore-Life-&-Style-Hollywood-Makeover-MTV-FullAlthough many aren’t fans of MTV’s new reality show Jersey Shore, the show is doing well in ratings. The cast recently did a shoot for Life & Style magazine where they received an A-list makeover.

The cast “modeled the most iconic Hollywood looks of the past few years.”

From left: Sammie and Ronnie as the new Brangelina, Sexy ‘J-Woww’ as Megan Fox, Mike as Jake Gyllenhaal, Snooki as Kim Kardashian, Vinnie as Justin Timberlake and Pauly D as Taylor Lautner.

What do YOU think of the photo shoot?

New episodes of Jersey Shore air on Thursday, Dec. 31 at 10:00 p.m. on MTV and you can catch full episodes of the show on

Edited: December 29th, 2009

Justin Bartha Cures His ‘Hangover,’ Heads to Broadway

justin-barthaJustin Bartha, one of the stars of this year’s big comedy hit, The Hangover is heading to Broadway to replace T.R. Knight in the revival of Lend Me a Tenor.

Although it’s not official and reps for the production haven’t confirmed Bartha’s casting, “his pictures are registered amid the cast on Telecharge.”

He’ll play an unlucky assistant who has to step in to star in the production of Otello at a Cleveland opera house. It’s set in the 1930s. Bartha will share the stage with Anthony LaPaglia and Tony Shalhoub.

Lend Me a Tenor is the Broadway directing debut of Stanley Tucci and will open in New York City on March 11.

Will YOU see him in Lend Me a Tenor?

Edited: December 29th, 2009

‘United States of Pop’ 2009 Mashup

USOfPop2009-350x370Check out this year’s Top 25 pop hits of 2009 (according to Billboard) remixed by DJ Earworm.

The mashup, United States of Pop 2009 (Blame in on the Pop) features the following songs:

The Black Eyed Peas – Boom Boom Pow

Lady Gaga – Poker Face

Taylor Swift – Love Story

Flo Rida – Right Round

Jason Mraz – I’m Yours

Beyonce – Single Ladies (Put a Ring on it)

Kanye West – Heartless

The All-American Rejects – Gives You Hell

Taylor Swift – You Belong to Me

T.I Featuring Justin Timerlake – Dead and Gone

The Fray – You Found Me

Kings of Leon – Use Somebody

Keri Hilson Featuring Kanye West & Ne-Yo – Knock You Down

Jamie Foxx Featuring T-Pain – Blame It

Pitbull – I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho)

T.I Featuring Rihanna – Live Your Life

Soulja Boy Tell ‘em Featuring Sammie – Kiss Me Thru the Phone

Jay Sean Featuring Lil Wayne – Down

Miley Cyrus – The Climb

Drake – Best I Ever Had

Kelly Clarkson – My Life Would Suck Without You

Beyonce – Halo

Katy Perry – Hot N Cold

You can download the song on DJ Earworm’s Web site and listen to last year’s mashup here.

Edited: December 29th, 2009

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