Tag Archive: Modern


Milk does a mother-son relationship good! Modern Family star Sofia Vergara dons the infamous milkstache for Body By Milk’s “Got Milk?” nutritional campaign — and she’s joined by an equally good-looking co-star, her 19-year-old son Manolo! The mother/son duo don matching outfits and milk moustaches in an ad that premiered this week. “I love being [...] Continue reading “Modern Family” Sofia Vergara & Son Manolo “Got Milk?” Ad

In a world where size zero is considered the best, ‘Mad Men”s’ voluptuous master of office politics Christina Hendricks, is poised for even greater fame when her movie ‘Life As We Know It’ hits the big screen. “Christina has captured our collective imagination,” The New York Daily Magazine quoted Elle magazine editor Maggie Bullock as [...] Continue reading Christina Hendricks has ‘old Hollywood glam with a modern twist’

Openly gay actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson has joined the fight for marriage equality in his adopted homestate of New York. Ferguson — who moved to the City That Never Sleeps to attend acting school in the ’90s — is part of a new internet campaign calling for same-sex marriage to be made legal in The [...] Continue reading “Modern Family” Star Jesse Tyler Ferguson “Fights Back” For Marriage Equality

Julia Roberts has said that she would have to struggle to launch her Hollywood career in 2010, because the intense scrutiny of today’s actresses would leave her feeling “insecure”. The ‘Pretty Woman’ star shot to international fame in 1988”s teen film ‘Mystic Pizza’, and quickly became the highest-earning actress in Hollywood. But Roberts is adamant [...] Continue reading Julia Roberts says modern actresses’ scrutiny makes her ‘insecure’

Sylvester Stallone has slammed violence in the modern movies. The Rambo star has said that he”s not happy about the way violence is portrayed in many movies today. “If you”re going to do violence and make it heroic, OK,” the Herald Sun quoted him as saying. “But if it is insidious, like a serial killer? [...] Continue reading Violence in modern films ‘not good’, says Sly