Here’s a lovely photo of Amber Heard at the premiere of Drive Angry 3D. I think the only possible improvement she could make to this ensemble would be the addition of the 3D glasses.
Check back on Friday for our DA3D coverage. In other Amber Heard news, she gave totalfilm.com a list of her favorite women in cinema history, and it includes Lauren Bacall in To Have and Have Not, Rita Hayworth in Gilda, Keisha Castle-Hughes in Whale Rider and Cate Blanchett in Elizabeth. Agreed!
Oh, and another thing. Rosie isn’t fighting with Oprah either.
Glad we got that all cleared up.
Grey’s Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes is sticking up for Callie on Twitter.
I’m pretty sure she was responding to a tweet from Dr. Arizona Robbins.
This trailer for the new Cameron Diaz movie, Bad Teacher, is extremely NSFW. And crass. And funny. But then, I thought her last really crass movie, The Sweetest Thing (co-starring Christina Applegate), was kind of amusing too. As the saying goes, there’s no accounting for taste. The movie is set for release in June, and also stars Justin Timberlake, Jason Segel, Phyllis Smith (Phyllis on The Office!) and out actress Jillian Armenante.
Comic Kathy Griffin has shared her Oscar predictions with Movieline. She’s partial to The Social Network, Melissa Leo (and her self-created “consider me” campaign), and Justin Bieber in Never Say Never. My favorite part of the interview was her comment about the hosts:
I love Franco but couldn’t agree with her more about giving a comic’s job to an actor. Telling jokes is not a soft skill!
Did one of you steal those Eva Mendes photos? If so, do the right thing and return them!
There’s a Battlestar Galactica reunion of sorts taking place next week on No Ordinary Family.
Tricia Helfer and Lucy Lawless are getting together, this time sans Dr. Gaius Baltar. If they really need a third for an authentic reunion, I nominate fellow BSG alum Katee Sackhoff (aka Starbuck), unless she’s still too busy playing Angry Birds.