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Just because they look clean doesn't mean they are.
A newly released audition clip reveals the moment Matthew McConaughey first took on the character that would define him for years to come.
It takes a fierce woman to rock a white gown in the rain, but Emily Blunt did so in absolutely stunning fashion. Her look for the Golden Globes was classic — almost to the point of antiquity — in its Grecian inspiration.“The dress was quite Grecian. She wanted to look fresh and young," said celebrity hair stylist Laini Reeves, who created Blunt’s hairstyle for the evening.
Before heating up theaters in "Magic Mike," before winning the Oscar for his role in "Dallas Buyers Club" and long before bringing his big screen talent to the small screen in "True Detective," Matthew McConaughey was an unknown actor just looking for his big break.(Warning: The following clip contains some language that could be considered not safe for work — or young ears.
Some actors gain muscle or learn to sing or dance in order to play a role, but Chris Hemsworth had to learn a different kind of skill for his new movie: how to type.Hemsworth, 31, plays a hacker in his upcoming film, "Blackhat," but the Australian actor confessed that he wasn't a great typist when he was cast for the part.
When Chris Kyle, the man whose life the movie "American Sniper" is based on, first found out that Bradley Cooper would play him on the big screen, he had just one reservation about the star People magazine once dubbed its Sexiest Man Alive — that Cooper might just be too handsome for the job.
We're very excited about Kelly Clarkson's new single — though maybe not as much as her baby girl is. The 32-year-old mom recently debuted her latest track, "Heartbeat Song," with the help of her 6-month-old daughter. Clad in star tights and a pink polka dot hat, little River Rose danced along to the new ditty as her mom asked for feedback."River, what are you listening to?" Clarkson asked.
This weekend, former Major League Baseball pitcher Roy Halladay proved that our heroes walk among us — even if we don't always recognize them.In a photo that the eight-time All-Star posted Sunday to Twitter, Halladay secretly poses with a fan who happened to be wearing a T-shirt with his name on it after the fan walked right by the baseball player at an amusement park.