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Vanessa Hudgens has “$$$ex” on the brain.
And now you have “$$$ex” on your computer screen.
The actress has teamed with YLA to record and release the following music video, which she teased last month and which features some serious singing and dancing and grinding under some very bright lights.
Like Miley Cyrus topping the Maxim 100, the video makes one thing very clear: Hudgens is all grown up now.
Goodbye, High School Musical. Hello, raunchy grad school!
The producers of Lindsay Lohan’s upcoming indie film The Canyons are flat out stunned that the movie has been rejected by The Sundance Film Festival.
Obviously, they believe the snub is largely Lindsay’s fault.The Canyons Clip
Sundance originally reached out to producers to screen the movie at the annual event, and The Canyons producers were led to believe it was a lock.
Not the case. Sundance passed, reason not given.
Producers believe – and not unreasonably – that the about-face may be due to their troubled star and the negative attention she brings to … well,More >
The monologue by Russell Brand may have been unfunny. And the trophy winners – from Twilight to The Hunger Games – may have been a bit predictable, but the 2012 MTV Movie Awards were a hit for at least one reason:
The red carpet fashion.
From actors to actresses, movie stars to television beautiful, the entry into The Gibson Amphitheatre was simply scorching, and not simply due to the California sun! Two perfect cases in point:
Oscar-winner Charlize Theron and Vampire Diaries witch Kat Graham. Compare their looks now and vote on your favorite:
Kristen Stewart. Who knew she had it in her?!?
At last night’s MTV Movie Awards, the Twilight Saga star won Best Kiss along with co-star and real-life boyfriend Robert Pattinson.
So, what was a lonely Stewart to do on stage? Actually be funny! She called out for Chris Hemsworth as a make-out partner… then Charlize Theron… and finally Lautner (“Taylor, old friend. Help an old friend. Come on!”). WhenMore >
It’s shaping up to be a busy weekend at the box office and our partners at Movie Fanatic have reviewed all the new offerings in advance of their Friday openings.
Let’s get right to it:
The Thing: Not a remake but a prequel to the 1982 masterpiece by the same name. The Thing of 2011 depicts the dawn of the horror that ransacked Kurt Russell’s world, and terrifyingly so. Movie Fanatic’s The Thing review explains why.
Footloose: Why remake a classic? Because Kenny Wormald is a terrific modern day Ren and Julianne Hough can sing, dance and act her tail off. Movie Fanatic’s Footloose movieMore >
How would the human race collectively react to a biological catastrophe?
Contagion, the latest film from director Steven Soderbergh, asks this question as it follows the rapid progress of a lethal airborne virus that kills within days, leaving the medical community scrambling to somehow curtail the outbreak.
Anchored by Oscar winners Matt Damon, Kate Winslet, Gwyneth Paltrow, Marion Cotillard and Soderbergh (plus Jude Law and Laurence Fishburne), it’s equal parts ensemble film, thriller, international espionage tale and medical mystery.
You won’t want to miss this edge-of-your-seatMore >
If you are looking for vampires who embrace humans and even fall in love with them, Breaking Dawn opens on November 18.
But if you’re in the mood for an old fashioned tale about a blood sucker with pure disdain for our kind, purchase a ticket for Fright Night. It hits theaters tomorrow and it sets Colin Ferrell loose as Jerry (yes, Jerry), a vampire who causes nothing but problems for Anton Yelchin’s Charley Brewster.
A retelling of a classic, the movie takes full advantage of its 3D status, according to our pals at Movie Fanatic, resulting in an intense paceMore >
Academy award-winning actor Russell Crowe is being eyed to play the Kryptonian father of Superman in the forthcoming movie “Man of Steel” which stars Henry Cavill as Clark Kent/Superman, and Kevin Costner as his human father, Jonathan Kent.
According to reports, negotiations are now ongoing to give the part to Crowe who last starred in “The Next Three Days,” which earned just $21 million at the North American box office. The role of the Kryptonian father of Superman, which only amounted to 15 minutes of screen time in the past Superman movie series was still a hit among the fans of theMore >
Cameron Diaz and Chelsea Handler do not mince words.
That’s just one of the reasons we love these ladies. Another? Their style. Both dressed in black at the 2011 MTV Movie Awards last night.
Your votes below will determine the winner of this THG Fashion Face-Off, but no matter who you select, there’s one non-disputable point:
It’s hard to believe Diaz was dumped by A-Rod.
The rest is here: MTV Movie Awards Fashion Face-Off: Cameron Diaz vs. Chelsea Handler
A trio of Pretty Little Liars came out for the MTV Movie Awards this year.
Shay Mitchell, Ashley Benson and Troian Bellisario – all of whom star on the ABC Family hit, which premieres season two on June 14 – posed for photographers on the red carpet of this event last night, decked out in contrasting outfits.
Mitchell went glittery, Benson went strapless and Bellisario went fancy. Compare the looks now and vote on which is prettiest:
Read more from the original source: MTV Movie Awards Fashion Face-Off: Pretty Little Liars Edition!
Jim Carrey vs. Patrick Dempsey. Not a style showdown you were probably expecting in THG’s Fashion Face-Off series, but a fun one just the same!
Carrey’s still an all-time movie star, yet has been absent from the spotlight (relatively speaking) in recent years. The Grey’s Anatomy cast member, meanwhile, has seen a resurgence in his career over the past half-decade.
Both gents dressed down for the MTV Movie Awards. No ties required. Who do you think was the best dressed Sunday? Tell us by casting a vote:
Original post: MTV Movie Awards Fashion Face-Off: Jim Carrey vs. Patrick More >
Justin Bieber made a surprise appearance at last night’s MTV Movie Awards. In more ways than one.
The singer showed up on stage to accept the award for Best Jaw-Dropping Moment, which he earned for his performance in “Never Say Never.”
He then made the jaws of many viewers drop by donning new accessories: a pair of earrings, one in each lobe. Study the picture below and then sound off with your take on this fashion statement…
What do you think of earrings on Justin Bieber?
Go here to see the original: Justin Bieber Dons Earrings: Hot or Not?
The Twilight Saga may not be known for its humor, but Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner show off their lighter sides in two new ads for the MTV Movie Awards.
First, Stewart is approached by Jason Sudekis as she waits to have her hair done. She then gives him permission to redo her look, a decision she immediately regrets:
Next, Lautner – who is pitted against Robert Pattinson for Best Male Performance – is trapped in a (stolen!) cab by the same Saturday Night Live funny man, who will host the June 5 ceremony. Check out that commercial below and tune inMore >
[HMG Celebrity News] – Last time Sean Penn and Josh Brolin shared screen time in ‘Milk’ Sean won an Oscar. Now they and Ryan Gosling have teamed up to tell the story of one of west coast’s most infamous gangsters; Mickey Cohen.
While not as famous as Al Capone, Cohen was just as dangerous. Born in Brooklyn in 1913 he was selling bootleg alcohol by age nine, became a boxer in his teens, then got into illegal alcohol sales again in the mid-1930s. He also helped create the Sunset Hotel in Las Vegas – one of the most infamous mob joints in town.
Warners now have the task of trying to portrayMore >
It’s 4/20, baby. You know what that means, right? THG does.
Well, sort of. The origins of 420 are hotly debated, but no matter where the term came from, people associate it with smoking massive amounts of weed!
As such, the 20th day of April has become a de facto holiday.
With that in mind, The Hollywood Gossip salutes 10 famous individuals who have been known to puff the herb from time to time. Some even inhale …
10. Bill Clinton. As President of the United States, William Jefferson Clinton presided over the largest peacetime economic expansion inMore >