Evan Rachel Wood and Jamie Bell secretly got married in California on Tuesday, seven years after they first began dating. “The bride wore a custom dress by Carolina Herrera,” Wood’s rep says in a statement. “It was a small ceremony with close family and friends.” Before they officially announced their union, the actress expressed her happiness on Twitter, although she didn’t get into specifics. “Words cannot describe the happiness i am feeling,” she wrote. “Overwhelming.”
Strangely, the newlyweds were spotted the day before wearing wedding bands on their fingers as they made their way through Los Angeles International airport. Were they so excited to be married that they put the rings on before it was official?
Wood, 25, and the “Billy Elliott” actor, 26, reportedly got their marriage license on October 16 in Beverly Hills. While they waited in line, onlookers say they were holding hands and looked “excited and happy.”
This is the first marriage for both, although Wood was previously engaged to Marilyn Manson until 2010. After they split, she rekindled her romance with Bell, for whom she has a “J” tattoo on her ankle. The two first met when they played lovers in Green Day’s “Wake Me Up When September Ends” video.
Good Luck both of you !
Hindsight is 20/20. And the story of director, director, ‘s first meeting with Kristen Stewart is no exception.
In late 2007, Stewart had already been selected to play the part of Bella by first “Twilight” director Catherine Hardwicke — who had also helmed ’70s-set beach-skateboard flick “Lords of Dogtown” (2005). Hardwicke had been tipped off by one of her “Dogtown” actors, Emile Hirsch, to Stewart’s talent. “Her mixture of innocence and longing just knocked me out,” the director told Entertainment Weekly in 2008. But Hardwicke was having a tougher time finding her Edward and is said to have even enlisted the help of Stewart in her vampire hunt. Continue reading →
You read many articles here but you may have been noticed i am not posting anyhting here for two days. That is because I was watching the seasons of a TV show named as “Modern Family”. You must be familiar with it. I was so busy watching it and i loved it. I am not writing a review of this series like the typical reviews found on the internt. I just want to show my feelings to you watching this series.
It feels more like my own family to me now. I love all of them. I love how in a funny way they give a message in every episode. I laugh all the time and feel sad with them. I love how they help each other every time someone needs help. All the family just gather up to help forgetting their matters. I love how they make mistakes and then on realizing these they apologize and try to make everything okay. And when someone don’t realize his mistake they just make him realize doing lovely little things. I love how they understand each other. I love when they talk to each other about the problems they have with each other. I love when they do little things to make their loved ones happy. Some jokes some hugs some kisses and making their loved ones realize that they are here whenever they need them. That’s like a beautiful family…actually an ideal one for me.
I always wanted a family like that where your problem becomes the problem of everyone not when you are just blamed of every problem and nothing else. These were some words describing my new crush on this family 😛 I love this family and I am watching it right now and enjoying it having a good time . Watch it if you hav’nt… you will have a good time too….I bet !! 🙂
Samsung has just teamed up with Yahoo, creating a multi-year partnership that will bring the search company’s interactive Connected TV platform to Sammy’s 2012 lineup of smart TVs
Connected TV—software that brings interactive content like trivia, program statistics and playable games to the shows you’re watching—hasn’t gotten off to the best of starts so far. Clearly, though, Samsung thinks it shows promise. In particular, the tie-in will allow Samsung TV users to use their smartphone or tablet as an extra remote, or as a means through which to consume Yahoo’s additional content. That sounds pretty good.
The one major downside? Yahoo’s service also recognizes commercials—so you could expect twice the advertising along with your entertainment.
After playing werewolf Jacob Black in “The Twilight Saga,” Taylor Lautner only has one regret.
When fans first met Taylor as Jacob, the actor sported long hair, which was a wig he wore during the filming of “Twilight,” and something he wished he still had.
“It’s my one regret,” he told Shaun Robinson at the junket for “Breaking Dawn – Part II.”
“They offered me the wig,” he explained. “And I did turn it down. But I am definitely wishing now I would’ve taken it.” Continue reading →
Oprah Winfrey fans will be happy to know that, after a two-year hiatus, the popular Favorite Things list — which caused her audience members to scream, cry, and/or faint upon its reveal — is making a comeback.
You can view the full rundown in the December issue of O, The Oprah Magazine, available on November 6.
On November 18, the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) will run a two-hour special devoted to the product roundup. But Winfrey’s choices have already received some harsh criticism. Continue reading →
Movie stars aren’t the most valuable thing in Hollywood. Neither are whip-smart screenwriters, superstar directors, or deep-pocketed producers. The single most valuable thing in the movie business is owning popular content with a great track record and the possibility of future sequels. That’s where the money is.
And that’s why Disney is on a Popular Movie Franchise Spending Spree. In 2006, it paid $11 billion for Pixar. In 2009, it paid $4 billion for Marvel. And yesterday, it paid another $4 billion to acquire Lucasfilm and the right to continue the Star Wars franchise into the future.