HOLY GOODNESS GRACIOUS.
There you have it, bbs! Becky is still On The Run -- see what we did there?? LOLz!
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How do these movies keep getting made?
Ever since Love Actually came out in 2003, Hollywood has been trying desperately to recreate its magic with ensemble cast movies set over different holidays… and by "Hollywood," we actually just mean director Garry Marshall.
First the 81-year-old had Valentine's Day, then it was New Year's Eve, but Mother's Day may actually be his worst movie yet!
Although, we'd pay good money if the plot was about Jason trying to burn Julia's terrible wig, which is what we're getting from that awful movie poster! LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out the best of Mother's Day's scathing reviews (below)!!!
Not only are they both A-list celebrities, but they're both officially in Taylor Swift's squad!!
The actress stopped by Thursday's show to promote her new thriller Money Monster, when Ellen showed footage of Roberts on stage with the popstar during the Santa Clara, California concert on her 1989 tour.
The Pretty Woman star looked shocked at the recording, which showed her dressed down in jeans and a 1989 t-shirt dancing with ‘60s icon Joan Baez. She quipped:
Uh oh, looks like Shay Mitchell outdid two of Hollywood's biggest stars!
We hope they don't mind too much.
But the Pretty Little Liars' star was definitely looking a little more glam in her embellished and sparkly low-cut Temperley London gown than fellow attendees Jennifer Aniston and Julia Roberts at the Mother's Day premiere in LA Wednesday.
Not that Jen and Jules weren't quite striking themselves!
Both ladies got leggy in their respective ensembles, with the former Friends star showing off her always-flawless tan and toned stems in a black Armani blazer dress, while Ms. Pretty Woman opted for white cotton shorts, black blouse, and white blazer.
We'd say Shay and Jennifer easily nailed it, but Julia definitely left a little something to be desired.
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You don't have to be a mom to appreciate the upcoming film Mother's Day!
Garry Marshall's latest holiday ensemble tells a series of intertwining stories about a group of moms and their children — and has quite the impressive cast!
Aniston plays a single mother of two, whose ex-husband (Timothy Olyphant) just married a younger woman. Roberts plays a successful businesswoman who decided not to have children.
Hudson hopes to repair the relationship between her and her estranged mom (Margo Martindale), and Sudeikis is a
After helming Valentine's Day and New Year's Eve, Garry Marshall is the undisputed king of ensemble holiday movies!
The trailer for Mother's Day proves that his upcoming comedy is no exception — and yet again boasts more star power than we know what to do with!
In the trailer, the hot mommas have to deal with ungrateful kids, estranged relatives, and cradle-robbing ex husbands (we're looking at you, Timothy Olyphant).
We don't know what we're looking forward to the most: the laughs, the romance, or Julia rocking that red bob wig for the entire movie! LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out the trailer (above) to see the rest of the cast, including Jason Sudeikis, Britt Robertson, Shay Mitchell, Hector Elizondo, Sarah Chalke, and Margo Martindale!
It's official — Tom Hanks is the most beloved movie star in America!
According to The Harris Poll, the Bridge of Spies star was the top choice in an online survey of 2,252 U.S. adults who voted during December 9-14, 2015!
It's no surprise the 59-year-old was the number one pick — he's been charming audiences since the ‘80s in endearing comedies like Big, epic prestige pics like Forrest Gump and Saving Private Ryan, and the is the voice of Woody in Toy Story!
Well deserved, Mr. Hanks! Check out the rest of the list (below) to see who else made the top 10!
The upcoming Jodie Foster-directed flick follows Clooney as investment guru Lee Gates, a.k.a. the "Wizard of Wall Street", who is taken hostage on-air while hosting his show Money Monster!
Roberts plays the host's producer and right hand woman Patty Fenn, who tries to save Gates in the hands of a gunman (Jack O'Connell) who is REALLY upset about his financial problems!
The trailer is full of intense clips, and teases an eye-opening story about the rich and powerful and the scorned and vengeful.
Ch-ch-check out the trailer (above) and go see Money Monster in theaters May 13!