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Kate Hudson has been on press tour since the year started. First for Kung Fu Panda 3 and now for her book, Pretty Happy. Click here for my previous post about that. This week Kate’s in New York, making the talk show rounds. On Tuesday on CBS This Morning, Gayle King and Charlie Rose asked her about Nick Jonas. Full Story
It was announced yesterday that on July 31st, which is JK Rowling’s birthday and also Harry Potter’s birthday, Harry Potter And The Cursed Child Parts I & II will be published, immediately following the stage production.
Because when the announcement first came out last October, I was one of probably millions of whiney babies who moaned about not being able to get to London’s West End to see the play and whyyyyyy couldn’t it have been a book? Click here for a refresher.
Well now it is a book. NOT A NOVEL.
The story is set 19 years after the end of The Deathly Hallows. Like the Battle of Hogwarts, I’m assuming, and not the epilogue at King’s Cross. And the darkness, it comes back in unexpected places. Well of course it does. What’s life without some darkness, even for those who live among magic? So, basically, there is no happily ever after. There are just stretches of happiness balanced out by challenges. Sound familiar? That’s what good luck, bad luck, and feng shui is all about too!
Yours in gossip,
Gwyneth did it. Cameron did it. So, naturally, it’s Kate Hudson’s turn. To write a book, giving you advice on how to love your body. Were you waiting for this? Before you answer, please consider the synopsis from the publisher: “I didn’t just wake up one day understanding how to take care of myself. Full Story
I can’t find any photos of Cameron Diaz on a red carpet in 2015. The last I remember her being on a red carpet was to promote Annie in December 2014. Two weeks after that she got married. And then Cam, one of the most well paid actresses in the world for a while, went quiet for a year. She hasn't actually been on a film set since Annie. Full Story
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After 10 days of #OscarsSoWhite, Shonda Rhimes accepted the Norman Lear Award for Achievement in Television on Saturday night from the Producers Guild Association. Have you read her book Year Of Yes yet? WHY NOT!?! We reviewed Year Of Yes on The Social last week. During the segment, I read a couple of comments from our viewers. Full Story
Nicole Kidman attended the UNICEF Ball in Beverly Hills last night. If she’d been at the Globes on Sunday wearing this? It would have been my Best Dressed. Spectacular. Nicole’s in LA right now working on the HBO adaptation of Liane Moriarty’s Big Little Lies. You read it, right? It was confirmed last year that Nicole and Reese Witherspoon acquired the rights to the book and that David E Kelley would be writing it. Full Story
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For years people have been rumouring about whether or not Jay Z and Rihanna had a thing and whether or not Rihanna had anything to do with what when down in that elevator. There’s an unauthorised biography about Beyonce that’s come out called Becoming Beyonce and the author, J Randy Taraborrelli, claims to have finally solved the mystery. Full Story
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Yesterday was a fine day to be Lauren Graham (as if all the others aren’t). Because in addition to the news that Gilmore Girls is set to have a series of special episodes on Netflix, it was announced that Graham and her other, more recent, perhaps more realistic TV daughter had acquired the rights to ‘The Royal We’ for Graham to write and Mae Whitman to star in. Full Story
Sam Taylor-Johnson posted this shot to Instagram last night: Night before he starts his new movie ❤️ @aarontaylorjohnson Full Story