Glittering next to her handsome hubs, Bey was definitely the queen of the night!
We can't get enough of these two, even if they are super sneaky!
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The Met Gala is often filled with captivating moments from the A-list celebrities who attend the event!
For starters, this image (below) is from the 2011 Cannes Film Festival — not the Met Gala. Secondly, the person falling is white?! Thirdly, Jason is currently in Los Angeles– not NYC! LOLz!
The Talk Dirty singer quickly took to Instagram to clarify (below) that person in the photo was in fact NOT him!
***WARNING EXTREMELY NSFW CONTENT BELOW***
***WE'RE SERIOUS, YOU MIGHT BE THINKING TO YOURSELF, 'IT CAN'T BE THAT BAD' — IT IS***
Okay. You were warned. Twice.
A certain picture has been making its way around the internet lately, and it's being called the most NSFW movie poster of all time!
The movie in question is called Love and it's about a love triangle between a boy and two girls, hence the three open mouths in the more PG-13 poster (above.)
Gaspar Noe's controversial movie art, which was painted so it's not actually a photograph of naked people, may be turning heads, but it'll be even more interesting to see how the film itself fairs when it airs at this year's Cannes!
If you're ready, and we mean really ready, then you can check out the uncensored poster (below)!!!
This seems like a strange thing for them to care so much about…
In what's easily the start of a new awards season, Cannes released its official competition list on Thursday, but one of the most glaring snubs has nothing to do with movies at all!
In addition to praising films from around the world in 2015, the French film festival also wants to use its influence to put an end to the celebrity selfie!
Cannes President Pierre Lescure and festival director Thierry Frémaux have had it with celebrities taking selfies on the red carpet in the past and want to ensure they never happen again.
In fact, Thierry cares so vehemently about the act, that he actually released a statement on the issue, saying:
Russia had a pretty good night at the 2015 Golden Globes!
That's because Andrey Zvyagintsev's Leviathan won the award for Best Foreign Language Film!
But this isn't the first major award for movie; it actually won Best Screenplay at Cannes in 2014, too.
To win, Leviathan and Andrey beat out Force Majeure by Ruben Östlund from Sweden, Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem by Ronit & Shlomi Elkabetz from Israel, Ida by Paweł Pawlikowski from Poland & Denmark, and Tangerines by Zaza Urushadze from Estonia.
Congrats to all the movies nominated from around the world, but an even bigger congratulations to Leviathan!
Uh oh, John.
When we last heard about the saga, Doug was trying to write a tell-all book after being forced into the spotlight by another one of John's ex-employees. The only problem was that John's lawyers claimed that he signed a confidentiality agreement and couldn't break it.
Well, it looks like we may be getting that book after all, because a California Appeals Court has ruled that Doug can
It seems Leonardo DiCaprio is very picky about his company!
Well, there's someone Leo apparently has even more contempt for than the Kardashians - Justin Bieber!