Bring on the hate Tweets! The laughs were a-plenty and the drinks were a-flowing as Hollywood’s best and brightest celebrated another blockbuster season at Vanity Fair’s annual Oscars Afterparty on Sunday night. But it wasn’t Christian Bale’s emotional acceptance speech or Melissa Leo’s blushworthy F-Bomb that had the party or the blogosphere buzzing. To the
Stop the Presses: Vanity Fair has released its list of Hollywood’s Top 40 Highest Earners and while Avatar lensman James Cameron predictably rose to the top of the heap — with an estimated annual salary of $257 million — you may be surprised to learn that Twilight’s Kristen Stewart banked more than Jennifer Aniston and
Vanity Fair Magazine has assembled 14 of Hollywood biggest names for the cover it’s 17th Annual Hollywood Issue. The special edition features sit-down interviews with Hollywood’s stars of the moment. The cover was shot in Los Angeles and New York by photographer Norman Jean Roy. This year’s Oscar hosts Anne Hathaway and James Franco, pose
“It’s hard to really balance myself. A regular kid, if he catches the flu, he just gets to go home. But I can’t do that…. Everything is important. But, you know, my sanity is important, too. Even if I’m angry, I’ll just put a smile on my face and fake it. I don’t often fake
Review in a Hurry: Naomi Watts stars as CIA agent Valerie Plame, whose marriage to former ambassador Joseph Wilson (Sean Penn) became strained when he criticized the Bush administration. The…
Lindsay Lohan admits making mistakes in the past and “dabbling in certain things,” but the troubled starlet is confident she’s still got the stuff that Hollywood legends are made of and she “wants her career back.”Lohan is trying to revive her fledgling career by appearing on the cover page of Vanity Fair’s October issue.
Justin Bieber fans looking forward to his performance at the New York State Fair are going to have to wait a bit longer. . . Fair officials said …