Here’s a new trailer for director Jason Reitman’s new movie, ‘Men, Women & Children.’ It has an all-star ensemble cast, including ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ and ‘Divergent’ star Ansel Elgort, Jennifer Garner, Kaitlyn Dever, Rosemarie DeWitt, Judy Greer, Dean Norris and Adam Sandler. They’re a group of high school students and their parents who are trying to deal with, well, life, in the age of social media. RELATED: Here’s an earlier trailer for ‘Men, Women & Children.’
[Click For More...]
It sounds like someone needs to sit this celeb down and have a chat! She had the shot of earning some money for her wedding pics but refused to lower her price. Well, one person’s loss is always someone else’s gain…
Silver Spring, Maryland math teacher Sarah Manchester had a great time when she played on ‘Wheel of Fortune’ as part of Teacher’s Week. She became the show’s third $1 million winner! Sarah figured out the puzzle and had picked the $1 million prize. Check out the video below.
It’s going to be a busy fall for Reese Witherspoon! She has two big movies coming out: ‘The Good Lie’ and ‘Wild.’ Right now, Reese is promoting her movie ‘The Good Lie.’ During an interview with USA Today, she got asked some interesting questions. RELATED: Reese Witherspoon is one of the celebs who dishes on fan encounters to Vanity Fair.
It sounds like Sherri Shepherd and Lamar Sally are still very much in the thick of it with regards to their divorce and custody battle. This custody battle has a bit of a different twist: Sherri wants her parental rights waived to their son, who was born via surrogate just last July. Lamar wants her to be considered a custodial parent while he retains physical custody of their son, which would entitle him to child support. Both Sherri and Lamar opened up- a little- about the situation in separate interviews. RELATED: Here’s a surprising twist in the Sherri Shepherd and Lamar Sally custody case.
Dedicated Himself To Being “Puffy & Hungover” For ‘Gone Girl'; Admits To Card Counting In Casinos
Right now Ben Affleck may still be pumped up from playing Batman on the big screen, but before that, he had a very different look for his ‘Gone Girl’ character, Nick Dunne. Ben said he dedicated himself to looking “puffy and hungover” for the part. He also opened up about the casino stories (remember the one about him getting kicked out of a casino for counting cards at blackjack?). RELATED: Ben Affleck can relate to Batman’s “deeply buried anger.”