Quantcast
Home » byline

Stars on Christmas, Part 2

By
MARK Wahlberg is difficult to shop for.  RUBEN V. NEPALES

In the second part of our feature on some stars’ Christmas plans, thoughts and memories, we spoke with Mark Wahlberg, whose fondest New Year wishes, we are sure, include his “bro” Manny Pacquiao’s victory over Floyd Mayweather Jr. if that fight happens in May next year. We also highlight the holiday thoughts of Katie Holmes, Naomi Watts and Hilary Swank.

| | Read More »

Anna Kendrick is pitch-perfect in ‘Into the Woods’

By
KENDRICK. Portrays Cinderella in screen version of well-loved stage musical. RUBEN V. NEPALES

While Anna Kendrick sings in “Pitch Perfect 1 and 2” and “Into the Woods,” she said that her experience in these films couldn’t be more different. “I sang pop music in ‘Pitch Perfect,’ and that was so much fun,” said the actress in an interview at New York’s Waldorf Astoria Hotel.

| | Read More »

Only In Hollywood: Stars from Baker to Cumberbatch–on Christmas

By
Benedict Cumberbatch: “The real treat is being with family.”ruben nepales

For Benedict Cumberbatch, Christmas means a rare time to pause and relax with his family. For Simon Baker, it will be a day on the beach because his holidays are usually spent back in Australia, where it’s summer at the end of the year. For Tim Burton, it used to be “The Nightmare Before Christmas”—that was how he decorated for the Yuletide season. Here, they and other celebrities share their plans, memories or thoughts about Christmas.

| | Read More »

Emma Stone: Who is this Meryl Streep woman?

By
FROM LEFT: Dick Clark Productions’ EVP of TV Barry Adelman, Jeremy Piven, Kate Beckinsale, Paula Patton, Peter Krause, Miss Golden Globe Greer Grammer and HFPA president Theo Kingma

Meryl Streep who? Emma Stone, reacting last Thursday to her nomination in the Golden Globe Best Supporting Actress category where she’s pitted against the formidable Meryl, jested, “Can someone please explain who this ‘Meryl Streep’ woman is?!”

| | Read More »

Angelina on having a happy family life (conclusion)

By
ACTRESS-director is happy when she’s useful. photo by ruben nepales

When asked what she does for “me time,” Angelina Jolie chuckled and said, “People ask me that so often, that I’m starting to think I have a problem and I should be doing something about it. I don’t rest well. I like being in the middle of the set and trying to solve the puzzle or this film. I’m happy when I’m useful. I’m really bad when I’m just sitting around (laughs).”

| | Read More »