The cast of Lost gathered together for one final celebration at UCLA last night. Josh Holloway and Henry Ian Cusick are the final two standing in Buzz's Best Lost Character of All Time bracket, but it's anyone's game, so weigh in on Desmond vs. Sawyer here. Ian Somerhalder got killed off the series early on, but he'll be back in one of the final few episodes, and we still get our share of his smoldering eyes on The Vampire Diaries, which had its own amazing cliffhanger yesterday. Sonya Walger represented the ladies of Lost amid news that her new show FlashForward has been canceled. Michael Emerson, Daniel Dae Kim, and more rounded out the event, though two of the most crucial cast members, Matthew Fox and Evangeline Lilly, skipped the party. The May 23 finale event is less than 10 days away, and with all our thoughts and theories buzzing we can't wait to see how it all wraps up!
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There were many gorgeous fashions on display last night on the red carpet at the Emmy Awards. In the first installment of our look at what the ladies wore there was a lot of black or white, but not at all basic — Amy Poehler went dark, January Jones picked a light color with a daring cutout bodice, and Chloe Sevigny had a little bit of both worlds with her polka dot number. Right now January has a slight lead in Fab's best dressed poll — who do you think deserves the title? Drew Barrymore switched things up a little with her peach gown, but it was Blake Lively who stopped traffic in her plunging Versace. Fab and Bella have the rundown on the style and beauty news of the night, and make sure to check back for the other half of our report on the ladies red carpet!
It's hard to go wrong with Julia Roberts and Clive Owen in a movie together. The two starred in Closer as a couple in a toxic marriage. This time around they play two corporate spies who are intoxicated with each other. The sexy part comes from the way they look (Owen is tan, Roberts is back with that big ol' movie star smile) and the fact that the characters' day jobs make it hard for them to trust each other, despite the longing between them.
I was expecting Duplicity to be the kind of movie at which I could kick back and enjoy the chemistry between the two stars. You know, the kind of movie in which double-crossing is just a spy's way of flirting, and covert operation lingo is laced with innuendo. I'm sad to report that's not the movie I viewed at all. I'll tell you why if you read more