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freemanfallsasleep Heres Morgan Freemans Hilarious Excuse for Falling Asleep During an Interview

UPDATED: See Morgan Freeman’s statement regarding the incident below

The stars of Louis Leterrier’s Now You See Me are making the press rounds, and this video you’re about to watch is no illusion. Morgan Freeman and Michael Caine star in the film about a team of illusionists that pull off a series of bank heists, because people like Criss Angel have obviously got the whole magic thing… Continue reading Here's Morgan Freeman's Hilarious Excuse for Falling Asleep During an Interview

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02/07/2013 at 09:00 AM ET

ginnifer goodwin 300x400 Ginnifer Goodwin’s Style Motto: ‘I Believe in Falling on My Face & Getting Back Up Again’Charles Eshelman/FilmMagic

Ginnifer Goodwin loves to keep her red carpet looks interesting, and the actress couldn’t care less if she ends up on a ‘worst dressed’ list — all that matters to her is that she took a risk.

“I believe in falling on my face, getting

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01/28/2013 at 06:00 PM ET

january jones 600x450 January Jones: ‘My Hair Is Falling Out in Clumps’Getty; Splash News Online; NPG; Wireimage

January Jones might have been channeling David Bowie at the SAG Awards Sunday night with her pompadour, but considering she’s a risk taker when it comes to her hair, we can’t exactly say we’re shocked.

After all, this is the same

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10/10/2012 at 06:10 PM ET

Thanks for welcoming Scott Barnes to PEOPLE StyleWatch! The celebrity makeup artist has been hard at work lately, releasing his second book, Face to Face, and blogging for People.com. This week, he tells us how to translate red carpet looks into our own lives.

Here in L.A., we get something like 330 days of

drew roy falling skies 325 Falling Skies Drew Roy on the best thing he did in Season 2

Zap2it: Most of “Falling Skies” is shot on location in woods and fields, in all kinds of weather. What does that mean for an actor?
Drew Roy: I love when we’re doing a scene, and you can see our breath, or when we’re doing another scene, and everybody’s hair is matted down, water’s dripping off. That’s the grit. It’s not like when you’re on