And now, more news about this divorce is coming to light from both camps.
Brad, apparently, was especially upset about
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It's always fun to see which celebs ACTUALLY have a sense of humor which is why we can't get enough of Jimmy Kimmel's Mean Tweets — and last night we got ANOTHER installment!
On Thursday night, the late night host decided to put together another segment that reveals just how much some Twitter users hate our favorite stars like Kate Hudson, Ryan Gosling, Margot Robbie, Paul Rudd, Chris Evans, Olivia Wilde, Zac Efron, Melissa McCarthy, Bryan Cranston, and even Zac Efron!
Of course ALL the tweets were incredible, but we STILL can't stop laughing about Gosling's face looking like he's trying to squeeze a fart out — he's a gentleman people! And don't get us started on the Efron tweet. LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarious video (below) to see all your favorite celebs get blasted in another round of Mean Tweets!
W Magazine got almost everyone in the world for their October covers!
Honestly, all of them look gorgeous on their respective front pages, but Halle is killing it with her ridiculously youthful looks.
How is she 50??? HOW SWAY?!
Anyway, while the ageless wonder looks sexy as hell in a low-cut Versace gown, 'Ye rocks a neon yellow Yeezy hoodie. Because of course.
See all the covers in the gallery (above)!
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Captain America: Civil War was jam packed with heroes — but Chris Hemsworth's Thor was noticeably ABsent!
Sure, Marvel movies can have their major characters come and go as they please, but it's always nice to know what the other heroes are up to. And thanks to Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi, we now know where the God of Thunder was hiding!
In a new video (originally teased at Marvel's panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2016) the Norse god decides to take a break and try a simpler life living in Australia with his roommate Darryl.
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarios video Marvel shared on Twitter (below) to find out what Thor and Mjolnir have been up to and keep your eyes peeled for a special appearance by Chris' Ragnarok costar, Mark Ruffalo!
John Krasinski is capable of getting into pretty good shape as he proved in 13 Hours. But come on — how do you stack up to a GOD?!
The Office star was plugging his new movie The Hollars to Conan O'Brien when he finally revealed the exact moment he lost the part of Captain America all those years ago.
Apparently when he finally saw that Thor bod in person for the first time, he knew he would never wield the shield in a Marvel Studios movie!
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarious story of his sad moment of clarity (below)!
Jenny Slate officially spoke out about dating Chris Evans at the premiere of The Secret Life of Pets in NYC on Saturday — and it was nothing short of adorbs!!
And although the pair — who costar in the upcoming film Gifted together — didn't pose for a red carpet pic, they did cozy up inside of the event.
"I haven't really had a large premiere before, so it's nice to have someone who knows how it goes."
Miz Slate also added that the two are both from Massachusetts, so "it's kind of like I got my dream 7th grade boyfriend."
"We didn't know each other growing up, but we grew up about half an hour away from each other. We've been friends for a while, and, yeah."
Annnnd, yeah! Sounds like someone's got the butterflies!
Now that's how you own a magazine cover!!
Chris Pine is as hunky as he's ever been posing for the newest issue of Men's Fitness, and we are in awe of those muscles!
The 35-year-old — who seriously takes it over the top with that 5 o'clock shadow — did it for Star Trek Beyond, his upcoming third film in the Star Trek franchise, as well as playing the eye candy for Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman, and he's doing it in ALL the right ways!
But while the hunkiness has always been there with Pine, this buff physique is relatively new.
In fact, Pine was pretty open about how he got ready for his work, noting it didn't happen for him like it did Chris Evans and Chris Hemsworth, two other superhero film stars that he references directly: