Jennifer Aniston‘s new husband Justin Theroux said that his new marriage is “fantastic,” noting that “something really does shift … in a wonderful way.”
Theroux, 44, spoke to Good Morning America‘s Robin Roberts Wednesday to promote his HBO show The Leftovers, as well as a cameo in Zoolander 2, but of course, his “I do’s” with the 46-year-old Friends star was the big topic of the segment.
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From the archive of “Ridiculous Super-Cuts” comes something you probably weren’t waiting for but definitely needed: a mash-up of every gear shift in all five “Fast and the Furious” movies.
Yes, some bored/brilliant fan has boiled down the longtime driving series to the nitty gritty. You know how it goes: there’s a chase scene, the other guy’s gaining speed, shift, shift, someone lets out a “yeehaw” or a “woohoo,”
Larry D. Curtis, as part of the team at TheOneRing.net, has been comprehensively covering the works and adaptations of J.R.R. Tolkien for more than a decade, making the not-for-profit site the leading source about The Hobbit and The Lord of The Rings for fans and film makers world wide. Curtis represents the site at conventions and events around the US including the DragonCon in Atlanta. You can read his The
Celebrity endorsements seem to have become the most common Online games Means of promotion. This not only emphasizes the professional nature of the industry, will now turn its attention to the enterta Continue reading Frequency shift with celebrity endorsements Pan mass
Fashion, in hunt for newness, newsworthiness and perhaps responsibility, embraces older models Among the more avant-garde looks shown on the runways of New York, London, Paris and Milan was one that seems ho-hum in real life: gray hair. More mature models – some even in their, gasp, 40s – were stars at the previews of fall styles. And in the fashion world … Continue reading Model shift: Could older be the new black?