It's been a busy — and star-studded — few days in NYC for Jake Gyllenhaal! He kicked things off last week at the NY Knicks game with Ben Stiller, Christine Taylor, and Spike Lee, and continued the famous fun with a weekend meeting alongside Jude Law. The celebrity encounters kept coming on Sunday when Jake mingled with A-listers including Isla Fisher and Sarah Jessica Parker at Jerry Seinfeld's 59th birthday bash. In the middle of it all, Jake managed to make his regular spin class at Soul Cycle in Union Square, where he's been known to pack the house with female fans despite his new relationship with Emily DiDonato. Clearly Jake's had a fun few days as NYC's most popular — click through to see all the stars that made his hang list!
The stars packed on the PDA, practiced their upper-cuts, and even dodged New York traffic while on various sets this week. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 set heated up on Monday with real-life couple Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone — who laughed and cuddled during filming — while Jamie Foxx put on his blue face as the movie's resident villain, Electro. Elsewhere, Bradley Cooper worked on David O. Russell's freshly titled new movie American Hustle, and Jonah Hill took to the streets for his upcoming film with James Franco, True Story. Click through to see all of this week's stars on set.
We've already gotten a tease of This Is the End, better known as the apocalyptic comedy starring just about every famous funny person, but the new red-band trailer provides a lot more footage, stars, and laughs. We've got Mindy Kaling setting her sights on Michael Cera, Rihanna getting hit on by Michael Cera, and Michael Cera getting impaled during said apocalypse. OK, maybe Michael Cera is the star of this particular trailer.
But wait! There's also Emma Watson hilariously wielding an axe, and a pretty entertaining fight between the film's real stars (Jonah Hill, James Franco, Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel, Danny McBride, and Craig Robinson) about who gets to eat a Milky Way bar. It's all very silly, but I'm now officially excited for this movie, which opens on June 14. The trailer is NSFW, but check it out after the read more
Bradley Cooper and Leonardo DiCaprio spent a boys' weekend in Miami for the Super Bowl. The buddies hung out shirtless on the balcony of their hotel on Sunday after kicking off the day with coffee outside. Later they picked up a pair of binoculars to check out the sights from above. Leo also had his pals Lukas Haas and Jonah Hill in Florida for the getaway. Leo and Jonah went swimming with a topless woman before heading back to the sand.
Bradley met up with Leo in Florida during a break from his busy award season schedule. Their fun didn't last long, though, since Bradley was back in LA on Monday to attend the Oscar nominees lunch, where he joked about not getting the same recognition for The Hangover as he is for his latest role in Silver Linings Playbook. Leo, meanwhile, is taking a break from work and has been soaking up the sun for a few weeks now. He and Naomi Campbell hung out on a yacht off the coast of Miami last month.
The party-hopping continued after the Golden Globes on Sunday night with a star-studded guest list at The Weinstein Company and DeLeon Tequila bash in LA. Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens, who also stopped by InStyle's party, met up with pals Sarah Hyland, Ashley Tisdale, and Josh Hutcherson, while Leonardo DiCaprio mingled with Bradley Cooper, Jonah Hill, and his Django Unchained costar Jamie Foxx. Jennifer Lopez changed out of her sexy Zuhair Murad gown and into a black look for the event, where she and boyfriend Casper Smart chatted with J Lo's ex Diddy when they weren't busy cuddling up at a table.
Presenter Robert Pattinson, who was reportedly joined later in the night by girlfriend Kristen Stewart, and winner Damian Lewis rounded out the sexy Globes guys in attendance, while Jessica Alba hung out with a fashionable crowd that included Rachel Zoe. Jessica swapped her $5.8 million necklace from the red carpet for a fun black-and-white checkered dress and Julianne Hough traded her layered Monique Lhuillier for a blush Jenny Packham number. Kate Hudson, Amy Adams, Heidi Klum, and more famous faces celebrated with Harvey Weinstein at his star-studded party, so make sure to click through and see them all!
Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill were spotted hopping on a yacht in Sydney, Australia, today. The Django Unchained costars, along with friends including Lukas Haas and Kevin Connolly, joined a party in full swing. Leo was seen chatting up his friends and some bikini-clad woman on board the ship, and high-fiving fellow revelers.
The actor previously spent several months in late 2011 and early 2012 Down Under on the set of The Great Gatsby alongside Carey Mulligan, Tobey Maguire, and Joel Edgerton. The film won't be out until the Spring, but in the meantime, Leo is enjoying the success of Django. Not only did Quentin Tarantino's latest effort come in second at the box office on Christmas Day, but Leo's performance as a sadistic slave owner in the film is getting high praise from critics and his fellow actors. Leo is nominated for a SAG Award and Golden Globe for the role, and we'll find out on Jan. 10 whether he's also in the running for an Oscar when the Academy announces their 2013 nominees.
I guess if the world is ending, spending it with James Franco, Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel, Danny McBride, Jonah Hill, and Craig Robinson wouldn't be so bad. That's who's starring in the apocalyptic comedy This Is the End, with the aforementioned funny friends playing versions of themselves and dealing with the sudden end of the world — and making pretty meta jokes about it, in McBride's case. In the red-band trailer, we get a taste of what the end of days looks like with these guys, which includes pee cocktails, wacky disasters, and cameos from other stars like Emma Watson, Jason Segel, Paul Rudd, and Michael Cera.
Given that This Is the End started off as a short film that starred Rogen and Baruchel (Jay and Seth vs. The Apocalypse), I'm curious to see how the idea was fleshed out into a full-length comedy. But either way, I'm already sold on this movie for its lineup of actors who've made me laugh together in so many movies before. Let's just hope the world doesn't actually end this week before we get to see This Is the End, which comes out June 14. Watch the trailer after the jump.
Quentin Tarantino was joined by the stars of his newest film, Django Unchained, for a press conference at the Ritz-Carlton in NYC yesterday morning. We were on the scene to hear the cast talk about the movie, which opens Dec. 25, and discuss what it was like playing slaves and slave-owners.
Leonardo DiCaprio, Jamie Foxx, Samuel L. Jackson, Kerry Washington, and several other actors were on hand to discuss the powerful film, which manages to turn a horrifying tale of slavery into a Spaghetti Western-esque masterpiece. They've all been busy promoting the new movie, which premiered in NYC with some help from Leo's friend Cameron Diaz last week.
Read on to see our five favorite moments from the press conference, including a surprise appearance by Jonah Hill.
The first trailer for Django Unchained solidified that this movie is Western done Quentin Tarantino style, and the new preview not only reasserts that, but things get even more familiar when the director's frequent collaborator Samuel L. Jackson shows up. As we learned before, the film follows a slave, Django (Jamie Foxx), who partners with a bounty hunter (Christoph Waltz) to find his wife, who has been sold to cruel landowner Calvin Candie (Leonardo DiCaprio). In this new trailer, we get a more extended peek at the interaction between the slippery Calvin and Django, and we meet several new characters — including Jonah Hill as an unmasked Klansman.
I was thrilled at the first trailer, but this one has me even more excited. There's more Tarantino-style humor, and I'm already loving the playful dynamic between Waltz and Foxx's characters. Django Unchained opens Christmas day, but you can watch the trailer after the jump.
It was a busy week for Hollywood, with celebrities getting down to work. Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, and Martin Scorsese were all spotted working on The Wolf of Wall Street. Blake Lively got to shoot Gossip Girl on location in Long Island City, NY, and Kate Hudson made her way to Andover, MA, for Larry David's HBO project Clear History. Click through to see all the stars on set!