Anne Hathaway looks like a pretty pixie with her cute hairdo at the European premiere of “The Dark Knight Rises” at Leicester Square. The actress said it took her a while to adjust to the new “do” but I have to say, it’s grown on me too.
Fellow thespians also on the carpet of the new block buster were Christian Bale, back on home turf, Guy Richie and new mummy Peaches.
The much anticipated movie is expected to break the opening weekend record! Check out a sneak peak by clicking HERE.
Robert Downey Jr. has a lot to be thankful for this holiday season, including the premiere of a new blockbuster film and a new baby on the way.
While attending the premiere of his new film Sherlock Holmes: Game Of Shadows at the Village Theater in Los Angeles, the actor showed off his wife, Susan’s growing baby bump while posing for photos on the red carpet. The two are purportedly having a baby boy next spring.
Additionally, costar Rachel McAdams was also on hand for the premiere wowing fans with a silver Marchesa evening gown that almost managed to steal the spotlight from Downey’s baby bump, no east feat indeed!
The film’s director Guy Richie also posed for photos with girlfriend Jacqui Ainsley, who stunned in a sexy red evening gown.
Well, the day we’ve all been waiting for is finally here: the big UK premiere of Sherlock Holmes finally happened at the Empire Cinema at Leicester Square in London. Jude Law, Robert Downey Jr., Gwen Stefani, Gavin Rossdale, Guy Ritchie, Heather Graham and Rachel McAdams were all there for the event, and everyone was dressed to impress.
Heather Graham looked particularly stunning — she’s another famous celeb who hasn’t aged much over the last decade. It’s hard to believe she played Roller Girl so long ago!
You and I both know that Guy Ritchie is definitely not a zombie (the jury’s still out on his former wife, who shall remain unnamed…just in case saying her name out loud will make her suddenly appear in the room next to me), but you can’t tell me that these pictures don’t look like stills from a new Dawn of the Dead movie. Paging Mr. Romero!
Ritchie is in the States now, and when he arrived at LAX (where these pictures were taken), he rolled with pretty heavy security for most of the way.
Well, temporarily, at least. Madonna and her (officially!) ex-husband, Guy Ritchie, met up today at the NYC Kaballah Center. Along with the kids, the famous former couple arrived at the center in the same chauffeur-driven SUV. Apparently, the two are keeping things friendly for the sake of their children.
I have to say, I’m pretty bummed about the situation. I was hoping to see post-divorce fireworks, where the two attacked each other through the media. I’m more than a little disappointed, though I guess it’s best for the kids in the end.
The Sun reported last night that Madonna and Guy were on the outs, and it looks like they knew what they were talking about. Liz Rosenberg, Madonna’s rep, has confirmed that the two are getting a divorce after being married for eight years. She added that no settlement has been reached and that the couple want privacy during this trying time.
It’s a sad, sad day when Madonna and Guy are breaking up…I thought for sure the two of them would make it.
The pub that Madonna and Guy Ritchie own is reportedly being investigated for charging tourists and locals two different prices. Apparently, bar staff were charging people they didn’t recognize higher prices for beer than locals beer prices. Even if these allegations are true (which is up for debate, it could have just been an honest mistake), I don’t know why it’s illegal. What’s the big deal? Can’t businesses charge however much they want for their goods and services?
After I read the article that gets into the details of the allegations, it just made me want to go to the bar even more. I mean, if it’s good enough for Robert DeNiro and Barbara Streisand, it’s good enough for me! As long as I can sit next to Al Pacino (apparently, all of these people visit the bar on the regular), they can charge me whatever they want for a warm glass of crappy British lager.