Whether it’s a nude, a screen grab of your ex’s wedding, or the dread under-chin, anyone with Instagram on their phone is truly one thumb slip away from humiliation at any moment. A fact Chris Evans unfortunately discovered this weekend, after the actor inadvertently revealing more to the entire world than he would have liked. According to the New York Post, Evans posted a video to Instagram this weekend featuring a mild-mannered game of Head’s Up. However, in doing so, he inadvertently revealed his camera roll, which contained both a photo of a penis and a meme featuring Evans’ face and the command: “Guard. That. Pussy.” … [Read more...] about Mark Ruffalo Reassures Chris Evans After He Accidentally Posts a Dick Pic to Instagram
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“I saw my husband in a photograph before I saw him, and I knew," Kelly said during an interview on SiriusXM's Radio Andy. "I wasn't looking to get married... but when I saw him, the photograph of him, I saw my entire future with him flash before - like I saw it. And I don't believe in any of that, but now I do. Because of that moment." … [Read more...] about Kelly Ripa reveals what’s missing in marriage to Mark Consuelos
"I'm incredibly proud of the way Nadia with her huge gallows sense of humour goes about this," Mark explained to HELLO!. "I think it's an extension of who she is – she's very funny, she's very witty, she's very self-deprecating. But I hate these terms like 'brave'. She is what she is, it makes her a more powerful woman and I think she's a fabulous role model." … [Read more...] about Loose Women’s Nadia Sawalha emotional after husband Mark reacts to body confidence lingerie photos
You don’t need to hold filmic purse strings to get a sense of what Saraf and Rodrigue are talking about. You merely need to watch his videos. Landis is tremendously active on an array of online platforms, but the most entertaining and enlightening one is his YouTube page, where he publishes clip after clip of himself being himself. Some of the pieces are elaborate, such as his much-watched short film Wrestling Isn’t Wrestling, in which he and some friends dramatize sections of the modern history of pro wrestling; but most of them are just lo-fi affairs in which he speaks directly to the camera about writing, life, and geek culture. They’re all compelling in one way or another, but the most essential of them is a nearly 43-minute-long epic entitled Death and Return of Superman Pitch by Max Landis, in which the viewer gets the full Max Landis Pitch Experience. It’s a rehashing of a proposal the unabashed hypergeek made to comic-book publisher DC Entertainment for … [Read more...] about Who’s Afraid of Max Landis?
This category has started to feel settled in recent weeks, but due to rampant category fraud, there’s still room for a shocker or two. Will voters decide that Rooney Mara is the true lead of Carol and reward her here, disregarding her Best Supporting Actress campaign? Could that come at the expense of her co-lead, Cate Blanchett? And will something very similar happen with Alicia Vikander, whose lead performance in The Danish Girl was erroneously positioned as a supporting role, possibly cutting into her chances to score a Best Supporting Actress nod for Ex Machina? Throw in two more SAG-recognized performances — Helen Mirren in Woman in Gold and Sarah Silverman in I Smile Back — and you’ve got plenty of potential spoilers. … [Read more...] about Vulture’s Last, Best Guess at This Year’s Oscar Nominations