Plus: Day man! Fighter of the Night Man!
Gwynnie, are you really sure that opening gyms and not acting is the right move for you? And all that sort of fake-friend crap in Wee Wittle Wednesday's gossip roundup.
Plus: These 'Candy Girls' would make New Edition blush.
That's what Alec Baldwin said! Plus, Eva Amurri and Julianne Moore are putting themselves and others at risk. And a depressing Gary Coleman item that we put at the very bottom.
Plus, Graydon Carter shows astonishing humility and Mark Ronson tells a wacky tale … in today's gossip roundup.
Also Bette Midler's Halloween costume: "community-supported agriculture."
The cast of Ford's directorial debut has been confirmed.
The magazine photos that most wowed and disappointed us this month.
Also, ‘Social Heights’ accurately mirrors what happens to these people in real life, it's important to keep in mind. And more, in the week's first gossip roundup.
The ‘Blindness’ director tells us that we don't really know ourselves — we know, dude. We know.
At Sunday’s premiere of ‘Blindness,’ Mark Ruffalo falsely accused his castmates of hiding his bag during a rehearsal in which the actor was blindfolded.
We know it's gross, but if you've read the book 'Blindness,' you had to be wondering about one aspect of how they made the movie. Can a film like that really go to number one when it's filled with so much number two?
Tom Ford's first movie will reportedly star Colin Firth and start shooting in November.
Supposedly she turned down a benefit for a Village lady-bar. And will we see you at Steve Rubell's cousin's new Joan Crawford–themed club? More in today's gossip roundup.
Some time ago, the celebrity profile was declared dead. But it lives on — in a way.
When she wears it, she says, the only people who see her are Tinsley Mortimer and Marjorie Gubelmann. Meanwhile, this past weekend boldfaced names like Gwyneth Paltrow and Peter Cook feigned invisibility — but you would have seen them if you were there. Because in the Hamptons, there's nowhere to hide.
Plus: Roger Daltrey on the good old days, and Julianne Moore on her children, who will one day grow to hate her.
Plus: Julianne Moore Googles herself and the ever-eloquent Young Jeezy imparts some wisdom.