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Actress Lindsay Lohan showed off her bare chest in a behind the scenes photograph, while she was in a photoshoot. Lohan shared the photograph on ...
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Sam Mendes returns after the success of "Skyfall" to direct "Spectre." Daniel Craig once again plays Bond. Waltz, Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris, Dave Bautista, Lea Seydoux and Monica Bellucci all star. "Spectre" opens Nov. 6.
Lindsay Lohan can flame out as often as she likes — we’ll always be watching for her comeback.
"There were some Paul Walker jokes that I didn't feel like were appropriate," Ludacris told host Alyona Minkovski. "I was told and promised that they would edit those out. Some of those were over the line."
The network confirmed to Variety on March 16 that the jokes would not appear on the show, which airs Monday.
Ludacris didn't name any names, Variety named Jeff Ross and Pete Davidson as culprits. A sample of their jokes:
“‘Move bitch, get out of the way!’ is what Paul Walker should’ve told that tree,” roast veteran Jeff Ross said during his set, referencing Ludacris’ hit song “Move Bitch.” “Too soon? Too fast? Too furious?”
“Just this past year, Justin got arrested for drag racing,” said “Saturday Night Live” star and roaster Pete Davidson. “Unfortunately, it wasn’t with Paul Walker. What? He’s doing great! He’s got a movie coming out!”
The rapper seemed to be in good spirits about the event as a whole, however, as he and Bieber have a long history. Ludacris was featured on Bieber's first hit, "Baby" all the way back in 2010, and said Friday that he thinks Bieber has grown up a lot in recent months.
"I think he went through adolescence," he said. "You can't judge but so much when we're looking at it from an adult perspective and we're watching him literally grow up, so you have to expect him to go through some things ... We all make mistakes."
Ludacris has been a busy man of late, with "Furious 7" hitting theaters April 3 and his latest album, "Ludaversal," hitting iTunes and store shelves March 31.
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When host Ricky Camilleri asked about "Buffalo '66" and described Gallo as "exacting," "precise" and "demanding," Ricci made what was clearly a conscious decision to play nice. "Those are positive spins to put on it," she said. "That's a nice way to put it."
Gallo has made it clear in the past there was no love lost between he and Ricci. Two years after the film's release, he described the actress as "an ungrateful c--t" who was "basically a puppet. I told her what to do, and she did it."
Ricci told HuffPost Live the entire experience of shooting the movie was a challenge, from Gallo's on-set conduct to the nature of the production itself. She explained:
That was very confusing because it was my first movie away from home, or without my mother. [Gallo] didn't want my mom to come. He wanted me to be up there by myself. I was 17 and I had never worked with anyone like this and I had never worked on a movie that was that low-budget before. I'd always worked on things where the more money, the more structure, the more protections in place, all this stuff. But I spent most of that movie trapped in a car with a raving lunatic.
That time in a car was particularly rough. Ricci didn't know how to drive a stick shift, and she remembers Gallo's displeasure well. "Every take, right before they called cut, the car would stall out and he would scream at me," she said. Still, despite those personality clashes, Ricci said she had fun making the film.
"It's an experience, and I had friends on the job, and I was young enough, really, to also just step back and be like, 'This is crazy, guys. This is really nuts. I don't know what's happening, but I'm just gonna keep going,'" Ricci said.
Seventeen years later, Ricci appreciates the final product of "Buffalo '66" and considers Gallo "a real talent" despite her negative experiences with him.
"It's unfortunate because I think people have definitely shied away from seeing those movies because of the way he's presented himself in the press and stuff," Ricci said. "But I've worked with tons of people who have all kinds of different behavior, and you really have to look, at the of the day, at: What did I create? What was I a part of? And I think that's what's going to last and be really important."
Ricci stars in the new miniseries "The Lizzie Borden Chronicles," which premieres April 5 on Lifetime.
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NYC's finest trying to put out the flames to mine n many others apartments Speechless... for those that are hurt
A photo posted by Drea De Matteo (@dreadematteo) on Mar 26, 2015 at 4:14pm PDT
Not long after, she posted that the building she lived in for 22 years had collapsed.
A hole where my NYC home of the last 22 years once stood... RIP 123 2nd Avenue
A photo posted by Drea De Matteo (@dreadematteo) on Mar 26, 2015 at 4:18pm PDT
Her building was one of four affected by the explosion, and the New York Times reports that at least two people were unaccounted for as of Friday morning.
IT'S OFFICIAL! The walking dead companion show on AMC is called FEAR THE WALKING DEAD! Expect more news very soon! #FearTheWalkingDead— Robert Kirkman (@RobertKirkman) March 27, 2015
According to reports, the first "Fear The Walking Dead" trailer will air after this Sunday's "Walking Dead" finale, during "Talking Dead."
"Fear The Walking Dead," which will star Cliff Curtis (“Missing"), Kim Dickens ("Gone Girl," "House of Cards"), Frank Dillane ("Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince") and Alycia Debnam Carey ("Into the Storm"), will air its first batch of episodes later this summer. A 13-episode second season will debut in 2016.
On Wednesday, the actor shared a snap of his pregnant wife dressed in a floral dress with a crown of flowers atop her braided hair. Simpson, who is expecting a baby girl, cradled in her belly while basking in the sunshine.
My beautiful wife @ashleesimpsonross and our baby girl in that belly... Life is better is amazing !
A photo posted by Evan Ross (@realevanross) on Mar 25, 2015 at 5:18pm PDT
Ross gushed about Simpson during an interview about his music career.
"It’s unbelievable how talented Ashlee is, and her writing is amazing," he told PopCrush earlier this month. "She just has such an ear, and I know she’s working on music now and she’s going to be deciding how she wants to put it out, but yeah, she’s incredible."
Lindsay Lohan might be brave enough to face the cold in a teeny mini skirt, but it doesn't look as though the actress was quite brave enough to start ...
Katie Holmes shared an adorable photo on Instagram Thursday of her and daughter Suri, 8, applying makeup together in front of a mirror. She captioned the snapshot with the hashtag "#girltime."
A photo posted by Katie Holmes (@katieholmes212) on Mar 26, 2015 at 12:12pm PDT
As the global brand ambassador of Olay and former face of Bobbi Brown, the actress knows a thing or two about beauty products, even if she doesn't apply that much makeup.
"I don't wear that much makeup but I use the tips makeup artists have taught me and I try to look my best," Holmes told British Vogue in October. "Mostly if I do nothing else I put some blush on. It wakes you up and makes you look well-rested and alive."
The out star, 25, gets cozy with hunky model Daniel Williams in the clip for the piano-driven pop ballad, which is a cut from his debut album, "All-American Boy," released March 23.
The video explores the entire course of a relationship -- from the couple's first meeting on an empty train station platform to a fiery breakup, with a playful snowball fight in between -- in just over five minutes. Still, there's a surprise twist at the end.
"My lyric style is definitely very story-driven," Grand, who has cited Billy Joel, Lady Gaga and Bruce Springsteen as musical influences, told HuffPost Live earlier this year. "I try to tell stories from my life, whether it's one single moment in time or something that's been recurring in my life."
The album, he said, "is an arc, and every song is a plot point on that arc."