- Peanut butter cup blondies make a delicious Halloween treat
- 5 ways to make Fall's dark lipstick trend wearable
- Couples Retreat is not exactly a relaxing getaway
- Rachel Roy on East Coast versus West Coast
- How to create an old Hollywood starlet pad
- 10 easy dishes to deliver to new moms
- When to buy organic
- Should the media stay away from Michelle Obama's heritage?
- Even more Pygmy hippo pics!
- How to shop for a new cell phone
- Back to basics: interview dos and don'ts
Posts for October 8th 2009
We're back with the second part of our PopSugar Rush Special: The Six Reasons You Can't Live Without Vampires! In case you missed part one, we looked at the history of the vampire craze, as well as the latest from the Twilight saga and even chatted with one of the stars of The Vampire Diaries! Now things are about to get even hotter — we've got the top three reasons that vampires have a hold on our hearts. Plus, we've got a vampire expert psychologist to look at just why we love the dangerous bloodsuckers. There's a lot of Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, plus more from Candice Accola on what vampires she loves — watch the thrilling conclusion of our vampire special now!
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Suri Cruise sipped on her Pellegrino while visiting Tom on set Thursday.
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Josh Hartnett took the stage in South Korea today at the opening ceremony of the 14th annual Pusan International Film Festival. It's the biggest film festival in Asia, this year showing a record 355 movies over the next eight days and Josh is there to debut his upcoming movie I Come With The Rain. He's had some time away from the big screen, spending lots of time around New York with his fair share of female companions. Even so, most of you are still interested in Josh's career and he still looks pretty nice when he's all suited up.
Zac Efron was sadly all covered up for the November cover of Nylon Guys. While we like Zac shirtless, he still looks great even sporting his signature beanie. He's promoting Me and Orson Welles, which comes out next month — check out the trailer here. The more serious movie is a departure from the kid-friendly roles that made him famous and won him awards. Recently, Zac's been working on The Death and Life of Charlie St. Cloud in Vancouver. In the interview, he talks about his work, Disney fame and his natural musical talent. Here are highlights:
- On Me and Orson Welles: “It’s the first time I’ve ever watched a movie [that I’m in] and in the end I’m like, ‘OK! I didn’t check my watch once!’”
- On growing up musically inclined: “I was constantly singing. I would hear things on the radio and just be able to spit them out instantly, with perfect memorization and tone. It wasn’t like I took pride in it; there was no effort. My parents were like ‘Shut up. Please stop singing. It’s annoying.’”
- On Disney fame: “I try not to look at all of it. You can’t enjoy or celebrate it; it’s not a real thing. The face on the lunchbox and shit—you can’t share that with your friends.”
- On whether celebrity albums are necessary: “If anyone asked themselves that, then we wouldn’t have the crap we are listening to today. If your heart’s not in it, don’t do it. And don’t do it for money. That’s my philosophy.”