If you aren't watching this hot new trailer, you're basically being masochistic!
The 50 Shades of Grey trailer just went up online, and it went up HARD!
So find your own personal Red Room of Pain, and ch-ch-check out this new trailer (above)!!!
Get it? Because everywhere he goes he brings smiles! Ha!
The Wolf of Wall Street actor kept everything classic with a white dress shirt and black suit, but he spiced things up with his skinny tie!
Way to stay trendy, Jonah!
As far as men’s fashion goes, this is right on!
[Image via Getty Images.]
Whatever this is, we like it!
Judging by that title and the surreal photos, we can only assume that the concept behind the shoot is to show celebs' dreams…or something.
Though we're not at all sure what Halle's dream is, and it seems like Armie always wanted to be a ship captain?
Check out the full spread in the gallery (below) and let us know what U think!
[Image via Vanity Fair]
Jonah Hill was looking spiffy in his black on black tuxedo while getting some paparazzi attention outside the Vanity Fair party.
He's looking real good, especially with all the recent weight loss.
And even though he didn't win Best Supporting Actor, he was sporting a smile. Plus he still gets the title "Oscar nominated!"
Way to be a good sport!
[Image via Brian To/WENN.]
Hello, Poppa Pitt!
As for why he became involved with the movie, Brad reveals:
“I saw it as a story about justice. How is a team with a $40 million payroll going to compete with a team with a $140 million payroll and another $100 million in reserves? Any talent they grow is going to get poached by the rich teams. That became really interesting to me.”
And when it comes to his co-star Jonah, Pitt had nothing but praises to say, adding:
“Jonah’s a revelation in this thing - he’s a study in reserve. I think the most interesting work that’s been going on in the last couple of years is what the comedy guys have been doing. Guys like Jonah and Russell Brand and [Seth] Rogen and a few others … they picked up on an irreverence that started with Adam Sandler and continued with Will Ferrell, but they’ve been grounding it in a kind of pathos and humanity. I find it really strong work.”
What do U think of the cover shot?
It's awards season and W magazine is celebrating some of the best performances in film from the past year.
See who else the mag deemed worthy of a fancy picture by checking out the gallery (below)!
[Images courtesy of Inez & Vinoodh / W.]