Two Winnipeg brides got a bit of a surprise this weekend when Hollywood star Kristen Stewart crashed their wedding. A Dixie-land style band then led guests to Pizzeria Gusto, which the couple had rented out for their reception. At about 10 p.m., Kirsten Jennings said restaurant management called the couple over to chat.
Actor Liev Schreiber attended Comic-Con this year, and brought along his 8- and 9-year-old sons. The San Diego Comic-Con (which, believe it or not, used to actually feature comic books) is an annual celebrity fest these days. One such notable, Liev Schreiber, was in attendance this year, partly to promote, but also to parent.
Over the past 10 years, we’ve seen some huge physical changes take place amongst the some of the biggest names in Hollywood. While some celebs manage to preserve their famously good looks, others have grown into them. From Chris Pratt’s weight loss transformation to Will Smith’s newly sprouted greys — not to mention some classic flashback fashion moments — we’ve headed back in time to dissect them all. Click through to gallery to see how your favourite stars have changed over the years.
You’d be forgiven for thinking that Chris Evans’ new series of ‘Top Gear’ is set to be the most controversial programme to ever grace your TV, judging by the almost daily stories emerging about its supposedly 'troubled’ route to our living rooms. You either love Chris Evans or you hate him. Feeding into the whole marmite business is the fact that Evans is being accused of bullying – exactly what Jeremy Clarkson was fired for, which makes for a bit of a perfect storm in terms of tabloid column inches.
Movie stars might have the glamour, but it’s the TV stars who rack up the dollars, sitcom actors in particular. Herein some of the most insane pay packets in telly history. Image credits: NBC/CBS/ABC/Fox/HBO
Most people aren’t born pop stars. A lot of them had to do some weird, boring, and sometimes extraordinary jobs before hitting the big time. Like this lot. Image credits: Getty/Rex Feature
Kids are pretty resilient, right? Well it seems it’s not for a lack of trying from makers of TV shows ostensibly made for children. In hindsight, many appear to be have made for the sole purpose of reducing them to haunted, gibbering wrecks. Here are some of the very worst culprits.
CBBC has always been a breeding ground for broadcasting talent. So what happened to those Broom Cupboard dwellers from back in the day? Image credits: Rex Features/BBC/Twitter
It’s been over a decade since Sabrina The Teenage Witch wound up its final series (and 20 years since it started, way back in 1996). Based on the Archie comic book series, it centred around Melissa Joan Hart’s sparky sorceress, her aunts Hilda and Zelda and talking cat Salem. The show ran for seven seasons, attracting audiences of up to 12 million in the US in its heyday. But what are its stars doing now?
To say the finale of The Brittas Empire felt like a bit of a cop-out is to understate the matter somewhat. Original writers Andrew Norriss and Richard Fegen left after five series, but it carried on for a further two, winding up with the insane episode ‘The Curse of the Tiger Women’. After leisure centre manager Gordon Brittas (Chris Barrie) is cursed by a gypsy, things get apocalyptic when people start dying after eating his food.
We’ve dusted off our dictionary to delve into the real meanings of celebrity names. But who’s name is translated as ‘Gracious Boldcouncil’? And whose monicker means Life Stepladder? (Image Credits: Rex Faetures, PA, Getty
“My first look is inspired by the incredible women nominated for best director,” she says, as the video is overlaid by images of Adam McKay, Tom McCarthy, George Miller, Lenny Abrahamson and Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu.
Have you ever felt sorry for a person in a stock photo? We sure have. But, this latest stock image to surface at the University of Nebraska may change that.
Love to read but don’t have the time? Not to worry. Click through the gallery above to see which titles will make their way to the big screen this year.