She's here! She's here!
What a special moment for these parents!
Coco shared a pic of the new beautiful baby girl (below):
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For what might be the first time ever, Cara Delevingne and girlfriend St. Vincent actually posed just the two of them in front of the cameras!
And in almost identical outfits, too.
Cara chose an embroidered black blazer with a cutout pencil skirt, while Annie was basically rocking the dress version!
They look so happy together!! Of course, they weren't the only stars to show up front row!
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Don't expect to see Sienna Miller in the upcoming film Black Mass!
Even though director Scott Cooper said the actress was "fantastic" playing opposite Johnny Depp, she was completely cut out of the film due to "narrative choices" — ouch!
The crime drama follows an unrecognizable Depp as Whitey Bulger, a Boston gangster who was sentenced to prison for after a 16 year manhunt!
Miller played one of Bulger's girlfriends while he was on the run, but Cooper thought those scenes were "less dramatic" — so they landed on the cutting room floor!
Last year, the 33-year-old joked that her appearance in the film was really a "cameo," spending a mere two weeks on set. Small roles like this getting left out of the final edit is pretty common in the biz, so we're sure the Foxcatcher star isn't taking it personally!
Check out the cast (sans Sienna, LOLz) when Black Mass hits theaters September 18!
It's a name fit for an aristocratic dinner party!
In case you didn't know, Benedict Cumberbatch and his wife Sophie Hunter welcomed their son in June!
In a statement released by their rep shortly after the Cumberbaby's birth:
"Benedict Cumberbatch and Sophie Hunter are delighted to announce the arrival of their beautiful son. We would kindly ask everyone to respect the family's privacy during these next few precious weeks."
And they were indeed private, as the English couple have kept the moniker of their bundle of joy a secret…
You can call the Sherlock Holmes actor's infant…
If you were excited for Avengers: Age of Ultron, just wait…
Captain America: Civil War is less than a year away and is starting to look like it could be the biggest and best Marvel movie yet!
President of Marvel Studios Kevin Feige took the stage and after a brief presentation on Doctor Strange, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and due out Nov 2016, he brought both Anthony Mackie and Captain America himself Chris Evans out on stage!
Cap and Falcon were on the stage to debut some new footage for their upcoming superhero adventure, and here's what it showed [SPOILERS]:
To record, or not to record…
Benedict Cumberbatch just started his stage production of Hamlet last Wednesday and it's off to a good start — well mostly!
The 39-year-old actor had one problem with the way things are going so far: all the
slings and arrows recording and leaks of his performance!
Cumberbatch was so bothered by all the recording that he's seen that he decided to address his fans directly outside of the London theater saying:
Wow! Who knew Johnny Depp could be so terrifying???
A few months ago we got our FIRST look at the 52-year-old in action as infamous Boston mobster Whitey Bulger in the upcoming film Black Mass!
Well now we're getting a second look at the gangster flick, and it looks like Johnny is even more terrifying than we originally thought!
And if a creepy half-bald Depp isn't enough to get your juices flowing, wait until you get a load of Benedict Cumberbatch with his wicked awesome Bostonian accent!!
Ch-ch-check out the latest trailer (above)!
Move on over, Benedict Cumberbatch, you've got company!
According to reports, Rachel McAdams is Marvel's choice to be female lead for the upcoming Dr. Strange, though it's unknown if she has yet been formally offered.
McAdams had previously confirmed that she was indeed talking to the studio about a lead role in Dr. Strange, though at that point she didn't reveal very much insider info:
"It's still super-early days, and I don't know where that's gonna go, if it's gonna go anywhere at all."
As of now, not only is McAdams' involvement unconfirmed, any role she'd potentially play is also unknown.
Cumberbatch, of course, is set to be Stephen Vincent Strange, the former neurosurgeon-turned-Sorcerer Supreme who protects Earth.
The film will premiere November 4, 2016.
[Image via Abel Fermin/WENN.]