It was the worst mass shooting in U.S. history, and now we know exactly how it happened.
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This might be a little TOO much preparation…
Both Watts and McConaughey are married, yet they decided since neither one of them had time to prepare for their parts — in which they'll play a married couple — it was best to write love letters to one another.
Watts remembers reaching out to the 45-year-old actor, saying:
"I'm through being an exception."
Wow. With that one line, Elle Fanning has sold us.
The prodigious actress dove headfirst into her role as a transgender teen in About Ray, and from the looks of this trailer it paid off!
Ch-ch-check out the first trailer (above) for the movie we can't wait for America to see when it hits theaters September 18!
At the dinner, Jenner was spotted wearing skintight leather pants, looking fierce as she left the restaurant!
You go, girl! With lots of hard work under her belt, she deserves a night or two off to look great and be seen!
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On Tuesday, Nicole Kidman gave an AH-Mazing speech about female empowerment at the Women In Film's Crystal + Lucy Awards — which ended with the Oscar winner kissing BFF Naomi Watts on stage while wearing a shower cap.
What the what?!
Apparently, the kiss was one 33 years in the making!
During her speech, the Paddington actress referenced that Jane Campion once offered her a role when she was 14-years-old where she would've had to kiss a woman while donning a shower cap.
The SAG Awards were filled with some pretty memorable moments, but why take several minutes to watch the video of these events, when you can watch an animated loop of them!
That's right, we've compiled the GIFs of the best moments, so… yes, you ARE welcome!
Without further ado, here's our GIF recap!
There was some stiff competition, but Birdman flew away with first Critics' Choice Movie Award of the night!
Alejandro González Iñárritu's black comedy won the award for Best Acting Ensemble thanks to the excellent work from Michael Keaton, Zach Galifianakis, Edward Norton, Emma Stone, Naomi Watts, Amy Ryan, and Andrea Riseborough.
While crushing its competition, Birdman beat out the casts from Boyhood, The Grand Budapest Hotel, The Imitation Game, Into the Woods, and Selma.
Birdman was the most nominated film of the entire night, so it's no surprise that it started off with a win.
We wonder if it'll be able to sweep all 13 of its categories!?