Our excitement for the return of Arrested Development is heating up (did you check out all the new posters?), and we're excited to hear anything about the Netflix season. But if you're still a little unclear about how it's going to work, series star Jason Bateman has your back. Watch him explain to Jimmy Kimmel how the episodes go together, how you should watch them, and where the movie will pick up.
Alexander Skarsgard stopped by Live With Kelly and Michael today to reveal that long before he was making women swoon with his role on True Blood, he was pining for someone else's affection. Fresh off the premiere of Disconnect, he explained that he had moved to NYC to attend college but things got difficult when he met a woman before he packed up for school. He said, "New York is a wonderful city but it's really hard if you're in love with someone 5,000 miles away." Alexander dropped out after one semester to return to his home in Stockholm and reconnect with the girl, but things didn't go as planned. Check out Alexander's interview above.
Diane Kruger stopped by Good Morning America today to chat up The Host, which hits theaters tomorrow. She talked about how she's been handling all of the young fans who come with being involved in one of Twilight writer Stephenie Meyer's projects and joked that she's now ready for teenage boys. Watch now!
Vanessa Hudgens and Selena Gomez stopped by Chelsea Lately last night as they continued their press tour for Spring Breakers, which is in theaters today. The duo, who both got their start as Disney stars, chatted about their racy scenes in the film, including a threesome with costar James Franco. See what Vanessa and Selena had to say about their controversial roles.
Jenna-Louise Coleman, Doctor Who's latest companion, made her US talk show debut last night on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, who deemed the actress "the sauciest of all the Doctor's companions." She's got "a bit more moxie," explained Craig, an avid Whovian himself.
The second installment of season seven begins Saturday, March 30 at 8 p.m. ET on BBC America. Doctor Who, new companion Clara and all, returns to television just one day before the premiere of Game of Thrones's third season, which stars Jenna's main squeeze Richard Madden (geek match made in heaven, much?) who plays the ambitious Robb Stark on the HBO fantasy drama.
We can't wait to watch Doctor Who's latest adventures with Clara. What do you think of the new companion, Whovians?
Selena Gomez plays one of the more innocent college girls in Spring Breakers, but she still had to get into the beachy, bikini-filled trenches of Spring break with the rest of the cast to shoot the film. Though she said hanging out with drunk people was entertaining, she admitted to Dave Letterman that she was genuinely freaked out by costar James Franco, who plays a sketchy rapper in the film. Watch as she describes the experience of filming with Franco and how her perception of him changed after shooting wrapped.
The media blitz surrounding Jessica Alba's new book, The Honest Life: Living Naturally and True to You, kicked into high gear today as the actress, Honest Company founder, and mom of two visited Good Morning America to talk about her inspiration for the company and some green mothering tips. While Jessica gave us suggestions for making our home healthier for the entire family, check out the general mom tips she shared on the show this morning.
Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook's COO, has easily become the de facto face of the working executive mom and workplace equality. As one of the highest-ranking women in Silicon Valley (another being Yahoo's Marissa Mayer who is quickly becoming the poster child for how executives should not treat working moms), the mom of two (who once said she felt she had to sneak out of the office to see her kids) is trying to inspire her daughter and other young girls to go after their dreams in her new book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead. But appearing on Good Morning America today, Sandberg said it was her son, who asked her if women "could even be president" who may have inspired her to write the book. Take a look.
Lean in to opportunities at work, and lean on your partner more at home. That's the gist of the great advice offered by Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg in her new book, Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead.
On Good Morning America on Monday, Sandberg talked how external factors hold women back in the workplace and explained that women should also change their own mentality to break through the glass ceiling. She also stressed the importance of choosing a life partner who's also an equal partner and how to inspire young girls. We think it's downright inspirational; watch and tell us what you think.