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We’re only a few days out from the 2014 Oscars — hosted by the one and only Ellen DeGeneres — and we’re super excited for what’s arguably the biggest award show of the year. Is it just us, or do you totally get chills thinking of the words “red carpet?”
Lucky for us, Ellen understands our agonizing wait, and is willing to give us something in the meantime: A new segment of her show called “Reflecting on Oscar Reflections.” Past Oscar winners and current nominees are invited to share their favorite Oscar memories — and what they’re planning for this year’s awards.
And of course, when we think Hollywood A-Listers, we think Gwyneth Paltrow… and we love her more now that we see how willing she is to make fun of her snobby Oscar winner reputation.
“It’s nice to be recognized for your work with an Oscar, but I don’t let it define me,” Gwyneth said. “When I’m home with my kids, I’m still just Academy Award winner Gwyneth Paltrow.”
It’s only a week away from the much talked-about “Glee” 100th episode, which has been previewed in a new sneak-peek video. The snippet offers glimpses at the return of favorite guest stars such as Gwyneth Paltrow and Kristin Chenoweth, who reprise their roles as Holly and April respectively.
They both are featured alongside the current and past members of New Directions in the choir room, singing a never-before-performed track, “Happy” by Pharrell Williams. April also leads the others performing Pink’s “Raise Your Glass”.
Naya Rivera’s Santana is back with her snarky comment, warning everyone about Will’s bad rap skills. She reunites with Heather Morris’ Brittany, as Lea Michele’s Rachel, Amber Riley’s Mercedes, Chris Colfer’s Kurt, Dianna Agron’s Quinn, Mark Salling’s Puck and Harry Shum Jr.’s Mike also return to McKinley High.
Aptly titled “100″, the first part of the milestone episode will air Tuesday, March 18 at 8/7c on FOX. Current and past members of New Directions reunite for one final assignment – to reinvent their favorite performances. But these new versions of the series’ most iconic tracks should not be seen as goodbye to glee club. On the contrary, they are celebrations of what the club has meant to each and every member.
The episode will include a tribute to Cory Monteith’s Finn with Quinn and Puck visiting his jersey memorial. The recent outing “City of Angels”, which aired March 11, also inserted old footage of Monteith’s Finn into New Directions’ performance at the Nationals.
They sang “More Than a Feeling” by Boston, “America” by Neil Diamond and “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For” by U2 which were all Finn’s favorite songs, bringing tears to his mother’s eyes.
The mother-of-two was spotted on the set of upcoming film ‘Mortdecai’, and looked very glamorous in black dress and matching heels.
Gwyneth, 41, kept warm in between takes by wearing an oversized black jacket but that didn’t stop her from struggling with her LBD.
At one point she was seen pulling the dress down at the back, but she may have been scratching her thigh and in turn revealed a little too much leg.
The ‘Sliding Doors’ star looked very glamorous with her blonde hair having been blowdried for her role in the upcoming action comedy.
Gwyneth appeared to be brushing up on her lines too as she carried what looked like an extract of the script.
Johnny, on the other hand, has been filming the new movie for a while now in which he plays art dealer and part-time rogue Charlie Mortdecai.
The ‘Edward Scissorhands’ star was sporting a handlebar moustache, greasy blonde hair and braces as he sipped on a fizzy drink in between takes.
The pair were then joined by fellow actor Jeff Goldblum – who Gwyneth looked very happy to see and embraced him as Johnny looked on.
It’s not yet known what Gwyneth’s character in the film is called, but the film is based on the popular three-novel anthology by Kyril Bonfiglioli, and tells the story of Charlie Mortdecai who tries to recover a stolen painting believed to contain the code to a lost bank account filled with Nazi gold.
The film has not been given a release date so far, but certain scenes that have been filmed so far were played at the American Film Market festival last year and they reportedly received significant interest from international buyers.
We’ve already established that Gwyneth Paltrow is a Christmas pro, and to provide us with even more proof, her holiday collaboration with Michael Kors just hit GOOP and Michaelkors.com. The duo worked together to reimagine some of Gwynnie’s all-time favorite Michael Kors pieces exclusively for her lifestyle site, including classic cashmere sweaters and a wear-everywhere peacoat. A number of items are already sold out — including a delicious cashmere cape that we want to wrap ourselves in for ever and ever — but you can still grab a Gwyneth-approved gift for the chic jet-setter in your life. Be warned, though, the goods don’t come cheap: prices in the collection range from $165 to over $2,000.
Watch the two BFFs wrap their Michael Kors x GOOP gifts together whilst roasting chickens, sipping cocktails and singing carols below.
LOS ANGELES (KABC) — Gwyneth Paltrow started the summer in the season’s biggest hit, reprising her role as Pepper Potts in “Iron Man 3.” She’s ending it with the independent romantic comedy, “Thanks for Sharing.”
“This film is about three men who are in a 12-step program in New York for sex addiction. It is sort of the story of their interweaving friendship as they try to help each other recover,” described the film’s director Stuart Blumberg.
Mark Ruffalo plays one recovering sex addict, who has recently re-entered the dating world after five years of sex sobriety.
Paltrow plays a woman who’s had bad luck on the relationship front but she is drawn to Ruffalo’s character. The script called for a few racy scenes.
While this mother of two says stripping down on-screen can be a little embarrassing, she said it can also be a bit freeing.
“I feel like when I do a part, it is for me. I want to really explore whatever. If I am in lingerie, or if I’m doing something racy then so be it. Like if I feel that is an aspect of myself that I want to express, then I do it. It’s my one time a year to express myself,” Paltrow said.
Last spring, People magazine named Paltrow as the most beautiful woman of the year. She is happy to know that the old mindset has changed that deemed 40-plus women over the hill.
“For me, I want to embrace my age. I’m going to be 41 in a week. I’m so happy to be a woman and to have amazing women in my life. I don’t mind my wrinkles, but you know I just want to stay healthy and look as good as I can without looking crazy,” said Paltrow.
“Thanks for Sharing” is rated R and in theaters this weekend.
Johnny Depp starrer “Mortdecai” is coming together quickly with eyes on an all-star cast as Gwyneth Paltrow and Ewan McGregor are in talks to co-star with Depp.
Lionsgate is distributing and David Koepp is directing the crime drama.
“Mortdecai,” based on the three-part series of books by Kyril Bonfiglioli, follows Charles Mortdecai, an antihero art dealer and rogue who is in a race to recover a stolen painting rumored to contain the code to a lost bank account filled with Nazi gold.
After contract disputes over Whitey Bulger pic “Black Mass,” Depp moved quickly to line up his next project.
Andrew Lazar, Depp and Christi Dembrowski are producing. Eric Aronson wrote the “Mortdecai” script.
Erik Feig, Michael Paseornek, Gillian Bohrer and James Myers will oversee the project for the studio.
Lionsgate looks to be fast-tracking the project with a high-profile team after it languished for years in development limbo.
The film will probably go into production in the fourth quarter of this year, after Depp wraps production on the Disney pic “Into the Woods.”
Paltrow’s projects this include “Iron Man 3? and the indie “Thanks For Sharing,” while McGregor was seen in “The Impossible” and “Jack the Giant Slayer” with “August: Osage County” bowing this fall.
Paltrow is repped by UTA and Brillstein Entertainment and McGregor is repped by UTA and United Agents.
It’s no wonder Max Factor chose the actress, mother, blogger, author and chef to front its seven faces of beauty campaign this year.
“Selected for her natural beauty, but also her chameleon style and ability to carry off diverse and arresting glamour statements, Gwyneth has been chosen as our canvas and creative inspiration,” say Max Factor.
For the brand’s ‘Glamour Statement Vision’, she returns with the ‘business woman look’ – you know, the one where we all work an immaculate red lip, perfect trench and poker straight blow-dry?
If you’re not sure how, follow these tips for “confident and fearless” make-up from Max Factor’s make up artist Mel Arter:
- Prepare your skin with your regular moisturiser, then apply Max Factor Lasting Performance Foundation for a completely smooth and even base.
– Dust Max Factor Bronzing Powder in Golden across your cheekbones, and blend using a Max Factor powder brush in circular motions. The aim is to create a ‘just been on a weekend break’ glow.
- Dab Max Factor Masterpiece Colour Precision Eye Shadow in Pearl Beige across the eyelid and just underneath your lower lash line. Using your fingertip, blend gently outwards to create a ‘halo’ effect around the eye.
- Using a Max Factor eye shadow brush, apply Max Factor Earth Spirits Eye Shadow in Burnt Bark into the eyelid crease and ‘wing out’ towards the outer corner using small circular motions to bond the powder and cream eyeshadows.
- Add Max Factor Earth Spirits Eye Shadow in Inca Bronze towards inner corner, and blend using the same technique as with the Burnt Bark eye shadow.
- Then, as finishing touch, sweep Max Factor Earth Spirits Eyeshadow in Pale Pebble across outer brow bone, in between lid crease and brow end, to contrast against the darker shadows and to create a sculpted effect.
- Define and separate your lashes with volumising coats of Max Factor Masterpiece Max Mascara in Black.
- Using a Max Factor lip brush, precision-paint the outer contours of your lips with Max Factor Colour Elixir Lipstick in Ruby Tuesday, the most show-stopping of reds. Once you’ve created your outline, fill using plenty of product.