JESSICA LANGE IS THE NEW FACE OF MARC JACOBS: Marc Jacobs has named American Horror Story star Jessica Lange to be the face of their 20th Anniversary beauty campaign. The 64-year-old was photographed by David Sims sporting a smoky eye, nude lip gloss, and a bouffant hair do. The company has also tapped 68-year-old actress Charlotte Rampling to be part of the campaign as well.
ASHLEY GREENE AND RON LIVINGSTON TO PLAY PRISCILLA AND ELVIS PRESLEY: Deadline is reporting that former Twilight star Ashley Greene and Boardwalk Empire’s Ron Livingston will be playing Elvis and Priscilla Presley in the upcoming film, The Shangri-La Suite. The film is about a couple who set out to kill the music legend in 1974. The couple will reportedly be played by Luke Grimes and Emily Browning.
‘FAST & FURIOUS 7′ TO RESUME FILMING: Sources tell the Hollywood Reporter that Fast & Furious 7 is set to resume filming again on April 1st in Atlanta. The shoot is expected to last from six to eight weeks. The production was halted back in November following the death of Paul Walker. It was reported back in December that the movie will be released on April 10th, 2015.
GIRL WHO JUMPED JUAN PABLO TO BE THE NEXT ‘BACHELORETTE': The next Bachelorette is rumored to be Andi Dorfman — the lawyer who dumped Juan Pablo Galavis and left the show during Tuesday night’s (February 25th) episode of The Bachelor. TMZ is reporting that she has taken a leave of absence from her job to film the show for ABC. She reportedly left in the middle of murder trial in Atlanta where she works as an assistant district attorney.
HBO ANNOUNCES PREMIERE OF ‘THE NORMAL HEART': HBO has announced that their next TV movie, The Normal Heart, will premiere on Sunday, May 25th at 9 pm ET. The film stars Mark Ruffalo, Matt Bomer, Taylor Kitsch, Jim Parsons, and Julia Roberts. It is based on a Tony-winning play by Larry Kramer. Glee’s Ryan Murphy directed the project that tells the story of the HIV-AIDS crisis in New York City in the early 1980s.
PRINCE WILLIAM AND KATE MIDDLETON NEED A NANNY: Now that Prince George’s caregiver, Jessie Webb, has reached the end of contract, Prince William and Kate Middleton are reportedly on the hunt for a new nanny to lend a hand during their upcoming tour of Australia and New Zealand. UK’s Daily Mail is reporting that the couple has been consulting with elite childcare staffing agencies to fill the position. An employee at one agency explains, “It’s becoming more like America, with parents wanting their children coached for prep school and entrance exams and then wanting nannies to help academically with homework. Gone are the days of Mary Poppins.”
NICOLE RICHIE DOESN’T LIKE TO WEAR BLACK: Nicole Richie recently sat down for an interview for Philadelphia Style magazine where she discussed her own style. The former reality star said, “I’ve always been someone who’s extremely relaxed in my everyday life. I’m not the girl who can wear awful seven-inch heels all night. I like color around my face because it does something to me emotionally. I don’t like to wear black because it brings me down.” Nicole was interviewed was conducted by model Rosie Huntington Whitely.
ANOTHER CONTROVERSIAL COMMENT FROM PAULA DEEN: Despite Paula Deen’s attempt to apologize for her racism controversy once again in the new issue of People magazine, the interview has her in hot water once again for attempting to compare herself to NFL prospect Michael Sam as “That black football player who recently came out.” She tells the magazine, “I’m fighting to get my name back. I feel like ‘embattled’ or ‘disgraced’ will always follow my name. It’s like that black football player who recently came out. He said, ‘I just want to be known as a football player. I don’t want to be known as a gay football player.’ I know exactly what he’s saying.”
BETHENNY FRANKEL’S EX SPOTTED WEARING HIS WEDDING RING: Bethenny Frankel and her ex, Jason Hoppy, have been battling each other in court since early 2013 trying to end their marriage but Hoppy appears to still be hanging out. The 42-year-old was spotted out and about with their daughter Bryn in New York city earlier this week still wearing his wedding ring. Hoppy has actually been seen a number of times with the jewelry firmly planted on his finger in the 14 months since they first filed for divorce. They were married for two years.
JOANNA KRUPA WAS UNIMPRESSED BY THE DALAI LAMA: Real Housewives of Miami cast member Joanna Krupa nabbed a spot on the guest list for a star-studded lunch in L.A. this week where the Dalai Lama gave a speech about compasssion for humans and animals but the reality star wasn’t really all that impressed. She told TMZ, “Overall was an amazing once in a lifetime experience. It didn’t change me but motivated and made me even more anxious to build my animal rescue to become a huge success and be a leader.” Other attendees included Jim Carrey, Sharon Stone, and Eva Longoria.
Jada Pinkett Smith Is Proud Of Her Weight Gain
Putting on a little extra weight doesn’t bother Jada Pinkett Smith. The actress recently posted a photo of herself with her family in Las Vegas to Facebook earlier this week where she pointed out that she had put on a few pounds but is totally happy with her look.
The 42-year-old wrote, “My girlfriend sent me this pic, and I could clearly see the weight I’ve gained which is about…8-10 pounds. I think I will keep it. I like being a lil…fuller;) Let’s just hope it will fit in The Oscars dress.” She added, “Here’s to loving our bodies by our own standards:)”
Sarah Jessica Parker Thinks Women Are Too Mean To Each Other
Sarah Jessica Parker thinks women have become to mean to one another. The former Sex and the City star discusses the problem in the April issue of British Harper’s Bazaar where she calls the years of Sex and the City “a more innocent time.”
Sarah explains, “I think so much reality television — and the women that dominate culture today — are pretty unfriendly towards one another. They use language that’s really objectionable and cruel and not supportive. I like to remember that Carrie and the other women in Sex and the City were really nice to each other.” The 48-year-old goes on to say, “She was a really good friend. That’s why women can forgive those very apparent flaws and selfishnesses. She was a deeply devoted friend, and I think women really respond to that kind of connection. I think we all want it, we all work towards having it, and we’re not always the very best friends we can be.”
- Parker also believes that the internet is to blame for propagating some of that meanness. She tells the magazine, “I don’t Google myself. Good God, no! I have absolutely no constitution for that. I’m curious about everything, except what people have to say about me. It’s the random cruelty I really don’t understand. It’s not good for us. I don’t know, you know, how we go back in time to a better place.”