Bradley Cooper joined his costars Abbie Cornish and Robert De Niro at the premiere of Limitless in NYC last night. He arrived in town after showing off the movie at a special screening in LA last week. Since then, he's taken care of promotional duties like his weekend press junket and an appearance on Inside the Actors Studio. The show's host, James Lipton, showed his support for Bradley at last night's event, where we chatted with the star on the red carpet. He touched on his intimate onscreen moments with Abbie, saying they were "technical," while she called their kissing scenes "easy" and shared her thoughts on Bradley's piercing blue eyes. The film features Bradley's character maximizing his work potential with the help of a small pill, though the actor confided he prefers to get his highs naturally. A pregnant Alyssa Milano gave a glowing review of the thriller after watching alongside Gossip Girl's Matthew Settle, Jason Bateman, and designer Rachel Roy, and the fun continued following the screening when the cast headed to Buddakan to celebrate.
Jason Bateman and Will Arnett played host in NYC last night at a bash celebrating the launch of DumbDumb, their new venture that strives to "create commercials along with short and long form programming for distribution across all platforms." The duo unveiled their first collaboration with Orbit gum for friends like Amanda Peet and Kristen Bell — check out their video. Will's pregnant wife, Amy Poehler, was also present, after their family left LA to be in the Big Apple for Internet Week. Bradley Cooper, meanwhile, had both his girlfriend Renee Zellweger and his costar from The Hangover, Zach Galifianakis, to chat with as he unwound after a busy week promoting The A-Team. His Summer blockbuster arrives in theaters today, and Buzz thinks Bradley has another hit on his hands.
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If you're anything like me, you're back at work today after a long weekend of fun, trying to get back in the groove but needing a boost that even coffee can't bring. Luckily, I've found something to perk me up, and I have hopes it will work for you, too.
I've already admitted my love for Hellboy, the big, goofy red guy whose second movie hits theaters on Friday. Hellboy 2 has me psyched partially because of director Guillermo del Toro's awesome visual storytelling, but I also love how adorable and bumbling Hellboy himself (played by Ron Perlman) can be.
Well, some smart executive has also picked up on Hellboy's more endearing qualities, producing a series of videos with Hellboy playing video games with NBC's Chuck, being interviewed by Inside the Actor's Studio's James Lipton, and even doing a "The More You Know"-style public service announcement with a cat. They've already had me giggling at my desk all day. You can see a whole bunch over here, but if you just want to see my favorites, read more
Summer blockbuster season is officially in full gear! Iron Man kicked things off but this weekend it's all about Indy and die-hard fans are already in theaters watching the long awaited fourth installment of the Ford/Lucas/Spielberg film. Shia may be the newcomer but he already knows how important it is to take his mentor's advice. When ET asked Shia what he's learned from the veteran actor he said, "Stay humble." We love it and hope he sticks to it. The cast showed up last night in NYC to express their gratitude to fans for a special screening. Oh and some other celebrities like Eric McCormack showed up as well. He looks so cute, makes me miss Will & Grace a little. I wonder if they agreed with Buzz's review of the film.
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The hour is almost upon us, folks, and while some people are a little tired of the promotional blitz surrounding the Sex and the City movie, I am still curious — and excited — to see the ladies reunited on screen. Another thing I don't tire of is hearing an actress I love describe her work and career. It's fascinating to hear in-depth discussions about a successful working actor's filmography.
That's why I'm looking forward to Sarah Jessica Parker's appearance on Bravo's Inside the Actors Studio tonight. She'll hopefully give up more juicy details on the SATC movie, though I'm excited to hear about the rest of her career and life before Carrie Bradshaw. I hope James Lipton covers her work on Square Pegs and projects from early in her career like Footloose and L.A. Story.
Will you forever see Sarah Jessica Parker as Carrie Bradshaw? Think you'll tune in tonight? Also: any tips on how I can make my hair look as lovely as hers does in this photo?
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Tina Fey really went all out with the sexy, while Alec Baldwin kept it a little more casual at last night's Gotham Magazine Gala in NYC. The dynamic duo share the cover of the glossy this month, and inside the pages Tina Fey talks about not being all hot. Think again, Vixen. Anyway, now that the writers' strike is officially over, I for one can't wait to come running back to TV for new episodes of 30 Rock. Seriously, if you're not watching this show you definitely should. Maybe reading some of their funny interview will help convince you. Here are highlights:
- Tina on the future of 30 Rock: I think Alec being on the show bought us a lot of time. He’s such a brilliant actor and he’s not someone you get to see for free on TV. I think he absolutely bought us the whole first year. But I think that people who see the show really do like it; it’s just a question of getting people to try it out. We have the label of a “low-rated” or “poorly rated” show, but we’re doing better this year. And it’s weird, because on the same day I’ll see us referred to as “the low-rated 30 Rock” in the paper, and then I’ll read “the hit show Gossip Girl.” We rate higher than Gossip Girl, but there’s a different expectation [when a show is] on NBC as opposed to the CW.
Gotham: Have you seen Gossip Girl?
TF: No, but the children on it are very beautiful.
- Tina's resolutions for 2008: Maybe an attempt at a less vulgar life. Less cursing, less bile. I sort of got into trouble last year — I went on Howard Stern and ran my mouth a little bit about Paris Hilton. [Fey called Hilton a “piece of s—-” and said she “looks like a tranny,” among other things.] Not only was that not the right way for a 37-year-old woman to behave, but I went to my gynecologist for my yearly checkup shortly thereafter and she was like, “I read that thing [you said about Paris Hilton] in the paper. That was very hostile. Are you all right?” And I was like, You know what? You’re right. That was very hostile. What business is it of mine? So, starting there: being less vulgar and more . . . kind isn’t the right word for it. Perhaps more “Christian” in my dealings with people. Yeah, less vulgar. More Christian.
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