Sorry, Zendaya! Khloé Kardashian & Odell Beckham Jr. Were 'Making Out' At Drake's Memorial Day Bash!
Apparently love was in the air at Drake's Memorial Day party on Monday!
Guess that's over then!
Damn! Hope Z wasn't too blindsided!
Just a day before Mother's Day, Steve Carell lost his mom, Harriet Carell.
The Big Short actor took to Twitter on Sunday to make the heartbreaking reveal, even adding a special message for her:
Harriet Theresa Carell
October 15, 1925- May 7, 2016
Love You Mom
— Steve Carell (@SteveCarell) May 8, 2016
She was 90 years old.
Kathleen Doran Boyle, director at the Acton Funeral Home in Massachusetts, shared that Harriet was surrounded by family at the time of her passing.
We can only imagine how difficult it must have been for Steve and the rest of the Carell clan to celebrate the holiday without her on Sunday.
Our thoughts are with them during this difficult time.
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Another year, another star-studded Woody Allen movie!
The legendary filmmaker has released plenty of romantic period pieces over the years, but for every brilliant film like Midnight In Paris there's a Magic In The Moonlight that just didn't have the magic audiences were hoping for.
But in his newest film Café Society, the Annie Hall writer is back to a lighter comedy taking on the golden age of Hollywood — and he brought an all star cast along for the ride!
Set in the late 1930s, a young man from the Bronx (Jesse Eisenberg) travels to Hollywood to stay with his big wig uncle (Steve Carell), and falls in love with a young woman (Kristen Stewart) in hopes of wooing her with his charming neuroticism, love of jazz, and New York swag.
But KStew ain't the only pretty lady in town — Eisenberg soon meets bombshells played by Blake Lively and Anna Camp. And you better believe they ALL want a piece!
Ch-ch-check out the trailer for Café Society (above) and catch the film in theaters August 16!
Is that you, Emma Stone??
Emma and her Crazy, Stupid, Love costar Steve Carell are back, and we mean WAY back in 1973 for the upcoming film Battle Of The Sexes.
The tennis flick — set to hit theaters some time in 2017 — recounts the historic match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs, at the time the host viewed sporting event in television history.
But it will also delve deeper into the athletes' personal lives:
While the series went off the air over a decade ago, Gervais did show up as his character, David Brent, from the original series on the U.S. version.
Now Ricky has brought the character back for one more awkward road trip with a solo film titled David Brent: Life on the Road!
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarious trailer (below) and let us know if you're excited to see the funnyman return to one of his most famous characters!
This looks like a fun show!
Freddie Prinze Jr. will host a new celebrity impression game show on USA Network called First Impressions, it was announced on Friday.
The series, which is set to premiere on May 10 on the network, will get a good lead-in, too; USA has ordered eight more episodes of the popular show Chrisley Knows Best and will air them weekly immediately before Prinze's new gig.
The celeb impression show will also feature Saturday Night Live alum