Ralph magazine is pretty well known for their hot photoshoots,they outdid themselves with this batch of Kim Kardashian lingerie photos from the latest issue. Unfortunately, there isn’t any coveted booty shots to be found.
ina Fey may be “the new woman who can have it all,” a “great role model” and possibly “the most realistic single career woman to appear on TV since Mary Tyler Moore.”
Just stay away from her butt, OK?
That’s what our favorite smart-funny woman says in the new issue of Entertainment Weekly: ''They should draw up an equation: What level of fame do you need to achieve to keep doing what you want? Because you don't want any more than that,'' she says. ''You don't want someone to take a picture of your butt on the beach.... How do you get to be Christopher Guest? Just live your life, make hilarious movies with your friends, and then go home.''
The piece, which is also includes those rapturous, Tina-adoring comments above, arrives as 30 Rock returns to the air this week and her new film with Amy Poehler Baby Mama prepares for an April 25 release.
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And here's Mila Kunis speaks about Max Payne movie: Mila Kunis says she has actually gotten the chance to play the Max Payne game a little before jumping into the role. "I am a gamer. I did play Max Payne when it first came out [but] I'm not the best at first-person shooter games like Halo and Max Payne because I have very little hand/eye coordination required for moving up and down and to the side..."
The game itself is a very heavy-handed, R-rated affair which has led gamers to question whether those darker elements will make it to the movie version. "The movie is PG-13," says Kunis. "It's incredibly dark. You still get the gist of it. The only different between R-rated and PG-13 is you might not see as much blood. You might not see blood squirting everywhere, but as far as the sadness and the darkness of it and the distraught [nature] of these human beings is very much captured in the film. It's all unfortunate deaths and it's almost like these [are] two people that are so cold and distant from reality and from life - it's a pretty dark movie, yes." After Sarah Marshall press and the Max Payne shoot, the actress says she doesn't have her next project set up just yet, but she doesn't seem too worried. "I've still got a little bit more than a month left of Max Payne and it comes out in October, so I think after this I'm going to take a few weeks off and then start doing press for Max Payne."Source URL: http://doradadama.blogspot.com/2008_04_01_archive.html Visit Celebrity News for Daily Updated Hairstyles Collection
Imagine if New York City's taps went dry. What would we do? Jennifer Connelly walks to Central Park to get dirty water for her family as millions of mothers in Africa do every day. This new PSA from charity: water was directed by Hotel Rwanda's Terry George, cinematography by Ellen Kuras. Its national commercial debut was on American Idol Gives Back.
Want to act? Only $20 can give one person clean and safe drinking water for 20 years. charity: water helps build wells in Africa and provides clean, safe drinking water.
Stacey Dash, 42, remarkably looks like she has not aged one bit since her days as Dionne from the movie and television spinoff "Clueless".
Dash will star in the upcoming movie "Fashion Victim", which is completed, but the release date has not been released, according to IMDB.com.
Dash got married to Brian Lovell in 1999, but the couple divorced in 2006. They have one daughter together, Lola. Dash has a son, Austin, from a previous relationship with former R&B singer Christopher Williams.
Dash is the cousin of Damon Dash, the former CEO and co-founder of Roc-A-Fella Records. Her brother, Darien, is the CEO and founder of DME Interactive Holdings, the first publicly traded African-American-owned internet company.
Cameron Diaz gets candid and opens up about growing, her future and her favourite city in the world in the new issue of W magazine.
Cameron on whether she dreamed of being an actress when she was a kid:“Oh, no. I wanted to be a zoologist, to study the sociology of animals. But that’s pretty much what I do now anyway. I thought I’d be on the plains of Africa watching lions, but instead I’m in Hollywood watching train wrecks.” And then she busts out laughing and adds hastily, “I’m just kidding.”
Cameron on her futuer goals:“Just kind of taking more time getting to know myself. It sounds so corny that I can’t believe I even just said that, but, you know, there comes a time when you really have to get to know who you are…I’ve just been figuring out what interests me and spending time with people who are important to me and being present in my own life.”