In her day, Debbie Reynolds did it all. Subsequently, her day lasted for decades.
The actress, who became a national treasure as the star of one of the most beloved movies of all time and went on to enjoy a nearly 70-year career in film, television and theater, has died. She was 84. Her son, Todd Fisher, confirmed the news to the Associated Press.
No cause was immediately announced. Reynolds had been hospitalized Wednesday afternoon after reportedly suffering a stroke at Todd’s home, barely a day … read more
Yikes, it’s true.
Han and Leia fans had certainly glamorized the idea of Carrie Fisher and Harrison Fordbeing an item together in real life, as avid co-star shippers have continued to do for the past 40 years (and probably did since the dawn of cinema). But there was no proof that the then-19-year-old Fisher and 34-year-old Ford, who was married when Star Wars was shot, had ever gotten romantic during the making of the 1977 classic. And there still isn’t any proof, technically, but Fisher is saying … read more
I am in my 100th year. When I was born in 1916 in Amsterdam, New York, Woodrow Wilson was our president.
My parents, who could not speak or write English, were emigrants from Russia. They were part of a wave of more than two million Jews that fled the Czar’s murderous pogroms at the beginning of the 20th Century. They sought a better life for their family in a magical country where, they believed, the streets were literally paved with gold.
What they did not realize until after they arrived was … read more
You guys know that I love Agatha Christie, right? I love Miss Marple. I love Hercule Poirot. I love that Christie was so badass and ahead of her time. And I love a good TV or film adaptation of Christie’s work. My favorite adaptation is the one of the most recent BBC adaptations of Miss Marple, starring the late (great) Geraldine McEwan. But I’ve always loved David Suchet at Poirot too. Suchet got to do a big (TV) adaptation of Poiret’s most famous story, and arguably Christie’s most beloved … read more
Angelina Jolie, Oyster card in hand, is getting ready to board Agatha Christie’s Orient Express
Angelina Jolie, Oyster card in hand, is getting ready to board Agatha Christie’s Orient Express.
The Oscar-winning star and humanitarian is in discussions about playing Mrs Harriet Hubbard, an apparently wealthy American, in a new version of the Christie whodunit in which Hercule Poirot sets out to solve a murder mystery involving passengers travelling on the luxury sleeper from Istanbul to Calais.
Kenneth … read more
When Marilyn Monroe first appeared on the big screen oozing curvy blonde sex appeal, audiences had the same reaction – women wanted to be her, men wanted to sleep with her and Hollywood producers wanted to hitch their wagons to her star. But there was more to Monroe than flesh and fantasy. The National ENQUIRER exposes the real story behind Hollywood’s wildest scandals and sensational crimes, in the new docuseries National Enquirer Investigates! The first episode delves into the troubling death … read more
Remember that time when people were under the impression that Justin Bieber and Selena Gomezwere the end-all and be-all of celebrity couple perfection, a meant-to-be duo for the ages?
You know, like, this morning?
Three years and 4 1/2 months after now 22-year-old Justin and 23-year-old Selena broke up for the first time, tracing the ups and downs of their roller-coaster romance, breakup, reconciliation, breakup, friendship, social media trickery, song lyrics and public commentary remains a valid … read more
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When you think of quality kitchen gadgets and tools you think of OXO. We’ve chosen ten of our favorites including a few newer products that everyone who loves to cook should own.
Check out our picks below, as well as the best deals of the day.
Make sure to follow @CelebuzzPicks on Twitter for all these deals, plus daily lightning deals, and you can follow Celebuzz Picks … read more
After 15 years of marriage to hubby Michael Douglas, Catherine Zeta-Jones has figured out the secret to a long-lasting union: Don’t get divorced.
“You’ve got to keep the home fires burning! It’s a long road and I think people today are so quick to throw in the towel on marriage,” the 46-year-old actress tells U.K.’s Good Housekeeping in their March cover story. “You have to give it your best shot and not give up when the first problem arises, because that won’t be the last problem. There will … read more
Britney Spears is in the zone…again.
The 34-year-old pop princess is currently reworking her Piece of Me show before it returns Feb. 13 at The AXIS auditorium inside Las Vegas’ Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. To whet fans’ appetites, she shared two sexy videos on social media Wednesday that showed herself and a troupe of dancers working out new choreography to “Breathe on Me,” a fan favorite from her 2003 album In the Zone; the song was never released as a single. She quoted its lyrics in … read more
It seems unlikely that Motorhead frontman Ian “Lemmy” Kilmister died from cancer just two days after being diagnosed, says a leading oncologist. The once hard-living rocker died at home Monday. He was 70 and the band said in a statement that he had “a short battle with an extremely aggressive cancer,” though as of yet unspecified, that he was diagnosed with on Saturday. Kilmister also had other serious health problems including diabetes, a hematoma and he was fitted with a defibrillator … read more
Whenever we watch films and TV shows set in the 1940s, we’re instantly enamored by victory rolls. These perfectly-coiffed hairstyles, which were often covered by bandanas, started cropping up around World War II. The ‘do is rumored to have gotten its name from the “victory maneuver” of fighter planes during that era. As men headed to war, women rolled up their hair and sleeves and went to work, according to Pantene celebrity stylist Danilo. “Folding and rolling became a huge and practical beauty … read more
A Hawaiian man who went from absentmindedly strumming a ukulele on the roadside to Hollywood notoriety has died. Actor Joshua Shintani, who became a fan-favorite after a cameo in the 2001 comedy “Shallow Hal,” died last week from pneumonia, TMZ is reporting. He was 32. Shintani was reportedly taken to the emergency room by his mother early last week in Kauai, Hawaii, but doctors were unable to save him. He had become something of a local legend in his Hawaii hometown after he appeared in “Shallow … read more
Amber Heard is more than just Johnny Depp’s wife.
At just 29 years old, not only has she snatched one of the hottest men on Earth, but The Danish Girl star is also one of the most sought after actresses in Hollywood.
However, besides the fact that she starred in Magic Mike XXL alongside Channing Tatum, people know little about Heard. For that reason, she’s Celebuzz’s Woman Crush Wednesday this week.
Even her movie star husband cannot be more smitten by his wife. “She’s of another era, … read more
In 1963, I made my last stab at being a hit on Broadway. I bought the rights to Ken Kesey’s book, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. It was a first novel, not yet the bestseller it would eventually become. I was crazy about the book — maybe not the best phrase to use given the subject matter. I hired Dale Wasserman to write the play. Dale wrote the first draft of my film,The Vikings; but, like me, his first love was theatre. Later, he wrote Man of La Mancha. That was a huge hit, much more successful … read more