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Chris Hemsworth is the reigning Sexiest Man Alive. As you know, not really my jam. But I’m told I’m in the minority because he’s really tall, handsome, blonde, fit, and has an accent. OK. Also he’s holding a baby here. So, you know, even though he’s not for me, I do understand that part of my job is to contribute to your spank bank. Full Story
Remember the National Lampoon’s Vacation movies? You know, the two terrible ones no one talks about, and then the first one that most people like and the Christmas one that everyone likes? Well there’s a new one. Chevy Chase is still around as the patriarch of the perpetually doomed Griswold family, but now the role of “manically determined to have fun at all costs father” is being played by Ed Helms as the grown up Rusty Griswold. Full Story
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Yesterday Chris Hemsworth was in England shooting The Huntsman, the sequel or prequel to Snow White And The Huntsman. Also on set: Jessica Chastain. I’m really into seeing her in costume. I’ll be really into seeing her go bitch for bitch with Charlize Theron too. Tonight Hemsworth switched characters. Full Story
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Sarah mentioned in the previous article about Chris Evans that he was supposedly, um, pretty peppy at the premiere last night. I just watched all of them playing Family Feud on Kimmel before they hit the carpet and, with the exception of RDJ, I think all of them were lit. Now normally I’d say over 8 minutes is way, way too long. Full Story
Chris Hemsworth arrived at LAX yesterday. The reason: the Avengers: Age Of Ultron junket is this weekend. And that leads right into the Hollywood premiere on Monday. All of them are expected. And they’re all supposedly going to be on Good Morning America and Jimmy Kimmel Live in the next week. Full Story
That’s my takeaway from the new extended TV spot for Avengers: Age of Ultron—they must be playing baseball. This spot features a lot of new footage, including Thor swinging for the fences using his hammer as the bat and Captain America’s shield as the ball. Easily the two coolest moments are when Thor grand-slams Cap’s shield and when Cap chucks his motorcycle into an oncoming truckload of bad guys. Full Story
Thor is hosting Saturday Night Live this weekend. Have you seen the promos? The star of the promos is Leslie Jones and it’s her first time.
“Whatever, baby, just stay pretty.”
I love her. Please write lots of sketches for them together. I’d rather see that than watch him take his shirt off although I know that’s not a popular sentiment. He still doesn’t do it for me. That said, I know I’ve lost all credibility in your eyes now because I told you that I was feeling Justin Bieber on the cover of Men’s Health.
Have a great weekend!
Yours in gossip,
Following a Twitter stunt in which fans had to tweet the hashtag #AvengersAssemble in order to “unlock” a new trailer—I imagine people at Marvel, drunk on their own power, screeching, “Dance monkeys, dance!” and cackling maniacally—yesterday Marvel released the final trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron, and it’s all our dreams come true. Full Story
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Lainey asked me to watch the Critics’ Choice Awards last night and I agreed, but before it started I went out to try and dig my car out of the accumulated ice and snow under which it was buried. I slipped on some ice and the snow shovel took a chunk out of my leg and after duct-taping it closed I took a bunch of codeine and sat down (read: collapsed) to watch the CCAs. Full Story
On the day that the 2015 Oscar nominees are announced, let’s start talking about (potential) 2016 Oscar nominees. Last night Ron Howard announced that his whaling disaster movie, In the Heart of the Sea, is moving from its March 13 release date to December 11, 2015. That’s a VERY confident move from distributor Warner Brothers, especially since Star Wars Episode VII opens the following week, which is going to cut into their potential profits—movies do most their damage in the first two weeks of theatrical release—so WB must feel good about their chances for a big opening weekend. Full Story
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