Benedict Cumberbatch, Chris Pine, and Zachary Quinto made a hot trio at last night's Star Trek Into Darkness premiere in NYC. Entertainment editor Maggie Pehanick fills us in on what the three told her about their May 17 film, and we also round up the day's top headlines about Keira Knightley's honeymoon and Amy Poehler's new love.
Amy Poehler has a new funny man in her life — comedian Nick Kroll. Us Weekly reports that Amy and Nick are dating, her first serious romance since she split from Will Arnett back in September. The pair were friends before she split with Will — Nick has been a longtime frequenter of Amy's Upright Citizens Brigade theater and he has guest starred on Parks and Recreation as shock jock "The Douche," who frequently hits on Amy's character Leslie Knope and Rashida Jones. Amy has also guest starred on Nick's show The Kroll Show. The pair haven't made any public confirmation of their new relationship, but before news of the romance hit, they were spotted on a date together in Santa Monica back in early April.
Anchorman: The Legend Continues is shaping up to be a star-studded affair! On set in Atlanta yesterday, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler were armed with crowbars as they shot a fight scene with Sacha Baron Cohen while Liam Neeson and John C. Reilly posed with extras while holding swords and muskets. Meanwhile, Kirsten Dunst and Jim Carrey arrived on set to get ready for their cameos alongside the original Anchorman stars Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd, and Steve Carell. This week's cast of characters aren't the only stars who will be appearing in the movie. Harrison Ford hit the set in March, when it was also confirmed that Nicole Kidman and Kristen Wiig will all be featured in guest roles for the comedy, which is slated to hit theaters later this year on Dec. 20.
Saturday night's White House Correspondents' Dinner gathered celebrities from New York to LA to Washington DC. There were plenty of ladies decked out in their red carpet finest, including Katy Perry in Giambattista Valli, Kerry Washington in Wes Gordon, Kate Mara in white Prada, and more. Amy Poehler also went for white, choosing a dress from Basler. Nashville's Connie Britton wore a bright blue Temperley London number, while costar Hayden Panettiere picked a yellow Katharine Kidd gown. Purple was a popular choice for Veep's Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Dolce & Gabbana dress. and Downton Abbey's Michelle Dockery in Elie Saab. Claire Danes went with baby blue Prada to hit the dinner with husband Hugh Dancy — see all the White House Correspondents Dinner fashions!
Plenty of guys turned out too — Modern Family's Ty Burrell and Eric Stonestreet, Matthew Perry, and Scandal's Tony Goldwyn were among those who stepped out to hear jokes from host Conan O'Brien. We were on the scene at the big dinner and have rounded up highlights from the 2013 Correspondents Dinner.
After last night's White House Correspondents' Dinner, Vanity Fair hosted its annual postparty with Editor in Chief Graydon Carter greeting the many celebrity guests. Nicole Kidman mingled with other actors including Jeremy Renner, Paul Rudd, and Nashville leading ladies Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere. Despite being dubbed the "nerd prom," the many actresses in DC last night were dressed to the nines in their best gowns — check out who wore what on the White House Correspondents' Dinner red carpet.
The Vanity Fair bash, cohosted by Bloomberg, also brought out celebrity couples — Jason Sudeikis stuck close to fiancée Olivia Wilde, Sofía Vergara mingled with her own spouse-to-be, Nick Loeb, and Bradley Cooper brought his young model love, Suki Waterhouse. Jason made sure to say hi to his fellow SNL buddies from the past and present, including Fred Armisen and Amy Poehler. Sofía, meanwhile, hung out with pal Katy Perry.
Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon kept the party going at the Time 100 Gala in NYC last night. The two friends, who were named two of the magazine's 100 most influential people in the world this year, were joined by Justin's wife, a Tom Ford-clad Jessica Biel, and a Lanvin-wearing Claire Danes. Also out were honorees Lena Dunham and Vice President Joe Biden, who took the chance to work the room of Hollywood stars. Other guests included Amy Poehler, Steven Spielberg, Daniel Day-Lewis, and Christina Aguilera, who performed at the event and hobnobbed with Lena on the red carpet.
Inside the bash, the stars wasted no time celebrating the honorees. Justin and Jimmy danced around the room and goofed off with Amy and musician Frank Ocean. Lena commented on getting on the Time 100 list, saying that the first person she told about being on the list was her father. She said, "I called my dad because he was a layout editor at Time in the 1970s, so I was super psyched, and I wanted to tell him that I was making good in his former institution. I heard there was a drinks cart when he worked there." Meanwhile, Daniel, who picked up the best actor award at this year's Oscars, commented that he is "more than mildly astonished" that he landed on the list.
Kate Hudson opens up about the beginning of her romance with Matthew Bellamy in the May edition of Elle UK, which is on newsstands and available digitally today, April 3. We're also taking a look at more of the day's top headlines, including Amy Poehler's rumored new romance and Jay-Z's big new business move. On Allie: Splendid blazer and H&M top.
March kicked off with a work-heavy week for some of the biggest names in TV, film, and music. Jennifer Aniston maintained a low profile on the set of an untitled project in Stamford, CT, while Amy Poehler took over a carnival with her Parks and Recreation costars, Rob Lowe and Adam Scott, in LA. Also in LA, Selena Gomez slipped on a '60s-style ensemble to shoot, as Jon Hamm suited up for his '60s-set hit show Mad Men.
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A rookie BBC reporter goes way off script with his Mila Kunis interview, and the result — which includes discussions of "lad bombs" and "dropping trou," plus a wedding invite — is some of the most entertaining seven minutes you'll spend on the Internet. We also cover Amy Poehler's prank call, Jane Lynch's impressive rap skills, and more celebrity viral videos in this week's roundup!
Each year, Vanity Fair hosts its exclusive post-Oscars bash, and each year, it gets celebs to mark the occasion by taking silly candids in a photo booth. We have a look at some snaps from the 2013 bash here, including Channing Tatum and his pregnant wife Jenna Dewan's PDA. Anne Hathaway and Adam Shulman welcomed her new best supporting actress Academy Award into the family, and Amy Poehler made it a girls' night with Rashida Jones. We have a look at the best pictures from inside the VF party — head over to the magazine's own site to see all the Vanity Fair photo booth pictures, including one awesome image of Jennifer Aniston making the "rock on" sign in a very crowded booth with Justin Theroux, Chelsea Handler, André Balazs, Dave Grohl, and his wife, Jordyn Blum.