Jennifer Aniston Watch Her In ‘Cake’ (Video)

jennifer aniston in cakeRight now, Jennifer Aniston is busy promoting the raunchy comedy ‘Horrible Bosses 2,’ but Oscar buzz continues to swirl about her performance in ‘Cake.’ Here’s a clip of her in the movie. RELATED: Jennifer Aniston felt “empowered” going without makeup in ‘Cake.’

In ‘Cake’ Jennifer plays a woman who’s badly injured in a car accident. She’s left with scars and terrible pain that lead her to taking painkillers. Her character becomes addicted to the painkillers. It’s actually not an uncommon situation, sadly.

If this clip is any indication, then Jennifer didn’t pass up the opportunity to dive into this meaty character. It looks like she’s really struggling. Warning: there’s a little bit of swearing at the end of this clip, so it’s NSFW, and you may not want the little ones listening in. Do you want to see ‘Cake’? It’s scheduled to get a limited release in December, so it’ll qualify for the Oscars, with a wider release in January.

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Are you buying The Poor, Bullied Anne Hathaway Campaign of 2014?

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I covered most of the nonsense that went down with Anne Hathaway back in late 2012 and early 2013, the height of her Oscar campaign for Les Miserables. I remember how harsh people were about all things Annie, and I remember defending her… sometimes. To be fair to Annie, she’s not the first person to oversee an overzealous Oscar campaign and she’s not the first person to oversaturate the media with too many interviews, too many magazine covers, too many photo-ops, too much twee-ness (coughNataliePortmancough). To be fair to the media, Anne WAS overzealous, annoying and much, much too cloying and needy. It was like everyone forgot that, oh right, she’s actually an A-list actress with a great deal of talent. Even Annie forgot. Was the coverage of her at times overblown, rude and “bullying”? Yes, it was. But I do think there’s a difference in “bullying” coverage and coverage that was basically like “please settle down, girl, you’re embarrassing yourself.”

I bring this all up because Annie is promoting Interstellar, and she keeps speaking of that moment in her life. To hear Annie tells it, the Hathahate was like being punched and slapped. When Anne sat down with Ellen DeGeneres this week, Ellen was really nice to her and Ellen referred to what happened as “cyberbullying.” Agree or disagree? Eh. You can see the video here. Here’s what went down:

Through hate, Anne Hathaway learned to love. The actress, 31, appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Thursday, where she opened up about the backlash she suffered after winning Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in Les Misérables.

“For whatever reason—and it’s a small group, trust me—[cyber bullies are] loud because I went through this,” host Ellen DeGeneres told her guest sympathetically. “And voices that don’t like you and say mean things really stick with you for some reason, more than voices that say, ‘You’re great!’ So, when that was going on after the Oscars, which you should have been celebrating—you won an Oscar!—and then all the sudden…Explain how you accidentally Googled something and this is what you found.”

Hathaway, a Hollywood veteran, said she “had gotten out of the habit of Googling myself because that’s just a bad idea to ever do that.” But in a rare instance, she said, “My friends and I had an idea for Funny or Die and we wanted to do something on celebrity pregnancy rumors, so we just Googled pregnancy rumors and the story came up. The title of it was ‘Why Does Everyone Hate Anne Hathaway?’”

The audience gasped, to which she said, “It’s really OK. It has a happy ending. Life continues.”

“Yes, but I know what that feels like and I think when people write things like that or say things like that it is cyber bullying,” DeGeneres told Hathaway. “How did you deal with all that?”

“Well, I listened at first. I couldn’t help it, you know? And you try to shut it off and I couldn’t, and then I realized why I couldn’t was I hadn’t learned to love myself yet. I hadn’t gotten there. And if you don’t love yourself when someone else says horrible thing to you part of you is always going to believe them,” she said. “So, then I was like, ‘OK, I don’t want to believe these people. I don’t want to agree with them on any level. And I want to figure out who I am. I want to learn who I am. I don’t want to feel like I’m fragile every time I leave the house because I’m so dependent on what other people think about me. So, I just took a step back, and as Matthew McConaughey, my co-star in Interstellar, would say, ‘I just kept living.’ And, it’s been a really cool journey,” Hathaway said. “I feel like I arrived in a place where maybe not every minute of every day, but way more than I used to, I have a tremendous amount of love and compassion for everyone else—and best of all I have it for myself, which I never enjoyed before.”

DeGeneres then offered the actress more support, saying, “There’s a great phrase: ‘What you think of me is none of my business.’ And there’s nothing wrong with being fragile. I think it’s a beautiful thing.”

[From E! News]

I too think it’s okay to be fragile and for a person to acknowledge that they’ve been hurt by certain comments. But I don’t care for the way Anne is allowing herself to be infantilized by this – she wasn’t some little girl done in by dastardly bullies, nor was she physically assaulted or damaged in any profound way. She was a grown woman flashing her Oscar Biscuit at the premiere of Les Mis and throwing hissy fits when she didn’t get her perfect Oscar dress and some people on the Internet said mean things about her. That’s it. I do agree that Annie probably didn’t “love herself” enough to ignore the haters, but… I don’t know. I’m not really feeling this whole Poor Bullied Annie Hathaway Campaign of 2014.

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Jennifer Lawrence on Nude Photo Leak: At Least I’m Not a Hermaphrodite!

Recently, Jennifer Lawrence spoke with Vanity Fair about the nude photo leak that eventually impacted hundreds of young female celebs.

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The first excerpts of her interview were released last week, and Lawrence demonstrated the sort of class and self-deprecating humor that we’ve come to expect from one of Hollywood’s most talented actresses.

She defended her right to privacy, spoke honestly about the shame and fear she experienced in the wake of the scandal, and called out the hackers responsible with eloquent indignation.

She was praised for her poise and bravery, and she helped put a human face on a crime in which millions were complicit.

A new portion of the interview that went public today, however, contains an offensive gaffe that has many in the LGBT community calling for an apology.

“At least I’m not a hermaphrodite,” Lawrence told the iconic lifestyle mag. “I could have been outed – Jennifer Lawrence, hermaphrodite.”

While Lawrence clearly meant for the comment to be taken as a joke, it’s struck many fans as insultingly transphobic.

Some believe Lawrence’s comment implies that being “outed” as a “hermaphrodite” would have been a worst-case scenario.

Given the struggles faced by transgender actresses like Laverne Cox, it’s not hard to see why Jennifer’s comments have been taken as hopelessly insensitive and derogatory to transgender and intersex individuals.

Lawrence has received support from countless fans and fellow celebs throughout her recent ordeal, and now many of her most ardent admirers find themselves hoping that she’ll return the favor by offering encouragement and a sincere apology to a segment of the population that faces daily discrimination.

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Pink Says Daughter Willow Is Cooler Than Her

pink, carey hart & willow hartWhen did wild child, rebellious singer Pink turn into a gushing mom? Giving birth will do that to anyone ;). Pink is head over heels with daughter Willow. These are the first pictures I’ve seen of Willow in a while: when did she just sprout up? She’s no longer a baby; she’s a little girl now. My goodness. RELATED: Pink dazzles in diamonds at the Oscars.

Pink said of her daughter:

Seeing the world through a 3-year-old little girl’s … eyes is like being that age again. It’s like starting over in a way – really healing and wondrous, and you’re reminded constantly how sarcastic and how presumptuous you can be, and how hardened life has made you … and how they take things so literally and beautifully that you have to watch how you see things, so that you don’t alter the way they see things, because that innocence is so worth protecting. That’s a really long-winded answer for, ‘She’s way cooler than I am.’
“She’s magical. Little kids are magical. And then you go from spending an hour on the floor with this magical, pure little love … and you turn on the news and you look at what’s going on, and the separation between that is just so mindboggling. I wish the world could be more like her. Why are we teaching them? We don’t have it right. At all.”

Awww… yes, Pink is a gushing mama now :). It’s sweet to see.

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Chris Hemsworth & the ‘In the Heart of the Sea’ trailer: are you into it?

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Here are some photos of Chris Hemsworth at LAX on Wednesday. He was arriving in LA, probably/maybe coming in from London? We haven’t seen much of Chris or his wife Elsa Pataky for months now. I’ve assumed that the Pataky-Hemsworth family had decamped to London while Chris filmed The Avengers: Age of Ultron. But God knows. Chris is surprisingly good at being undercover when he wants to be. His wife, not so much.

Anyway, to go along with these newish photos, the brand new trailer for Chris’s film premiered yesterday. The film is In the Heart of the Sea, which is just a terrible title. I know it’s based on the real book and the real events that really took place, but the title makes me think “Titanic 2: Rose’s Heart Will Go On.” As I said, the film is about the real story of a giant whale attacking a ship in 1819. The events inspired Herman Melville’s Moby Dick. Here’s the trailer:

I’m not really into it. It seems more like a guy-movie and I’m saying that with no judgment. My dad would have loved it, I’m sure. Whenever there’s a story about boats and old-timely seamen and man battling some ancient monster (or as the voiceover says, a “demon”), I just kind of zone out. It’s not my jam. It comes out on March 13 next year. Which means…? I guess Chris Hemsworth is going to be presenting at the Oscars again this year. Yay?

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Viola Davis on her wig-wearing past: ‘It was a crutch, not an enhancement’

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Last week, I covered some excerpts from Viola Davis’s excellent New York Magazine interview, her first interview since that awful New York Times “angry black woman” piece was published. Viola’s quotes were amazing and we had a nice discussion. As it turns out, Viola had a lot more to say about, well, everything. This week, Vulture published a second article framed as “A 14 Step Guide to Happiness From Viola.” They included even more amazing quotes, and you can read the full piece here. Some highlights:

On the “angry black woman” NYT article: “We need to use the same adjectives as we use for any woman. Which could be dangerous, too, but I’ll accept that. Any day. Shonda Rimes is not an ‘angry black woman.’ There is a depth to Shonda that can’t be minimized by using just the word angry, and we use that too often to describe women of color because we don’t want to look any deeper. I see Shonda as quirky, I see her as intelligent, I see her as beautiful, I see her as feminine, I see her as a businesswoman in the juggernaut of television and a mother of three children, and a woman living in 2014. I wouldn’t reduce her to ‘angry black woman.’ Or her characters, for that matter.”

What she learned from Meryl Streep: “You could sense it was calculated, but still very organic. She would always say, ‘Is there something I could do to help you in this scene?’ If she sensed that maybe there was something I wanted to speak up about but maybe I didn’t have the clout to do it, she would do it for me. She had my back. She made it a point even in between scenes to make sure I sat with her and talked to her and shared a lot of chocolate. She eats a lot of chocolate. Dark German chocolate.” Now that Davis is in a lead role, “I always talk to all the crew. I always make it pleasant,” she says. “I always nurture a relationship that makes people feel like they’re important, like they’re a part of the collaboration. I feel that way about the young actors on set. I don’t talk to them like I’m the mentor; I talk to them like they’re my peers. And I learned that from Meryl Streep.”

Attending Julliard: “I didn’t know anyone and had to learn how to take the subway by myself. I never got care packages or money from my family. They didn’t have those resources. I had to adapt.”

When she was 28, she lost half her hair to alopecia areata: “I woke up one day and it looked like I had a Mohawk. Big splash of bald on the top of my head. I was like, What is this? Until I found out it was stress related. That’s how I internalized it. I don’t do that anymore. My favorite saying in the world is, ‘The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are.’ I am telling you, I have spent so much of my life not feeling comfortable in my skin. I am just so not there anymore.”

Wearing a wig everywhere: “I wore a wig in the Jacuzzi. I had a wig I wore around the house. I had a wig that I wore to events. I had a wig that I wore when I worked out. I never showed my natural hair. It was a crutch, not an enhancement … I was so desperate for people to think that I was beautiful. I had to be liberated from that [feeling] to a certain extent.” So at the 2012 Oscars, she exposed her “natural hair.” She still has her wigs; she wears them on Murder, she wears them to photo shoots, she wears them when she doesn’t have time to pick out her hair and get rid of her grays, but she no longer wears them in her everyday life. What matters, she says, is that “it’s an option … when it used to never be an option. I had something to hide.”

Failure: “Nobody tells you about failure. People always talk about winning, vision boards, getting what you want. People also don’t talk about fear. It’s always keeping fear at bay. Squelching it. Throwing it away. I’ve embraced fear and failure as a part of my success. I understand that it’s part of the grand continuum of life. I’ve been through it all. Breakups, heartache, and I’ve lost a parent already. So now I get it at this age, I get that that is it. That life literally is what you make it.”

[From Vulture]

In case you haven’t realized it by now, Viola Davis is everything. The way she talks about failure and fear of failure and how important FAILURE is for every person’s growth, well… they need to make t-shirts with Viola’s speech. And talking about her hair falling out and how she no longer feels the need to wear wigs everywhere? She’s just…God, I don’t even have the words for how much I love her.

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Chadwick Boseman: It’s a ‘struggle’ for black actors to be viable for stardom

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A while back, I went to see Get On Up, the James Brown bio-pic starring Chadwick Boseman. The movie had issues, mostly because James Brown was a pretty terrible person in his personal life, but Chadwick was a revelation as James Brown throughout every period of Brown’s adulthood. Chadwick managed to get the lead after his largely successful turn in 42, where he played Jackie Robinson. So, Boseman is now mainly known for two major bio-pics. What’s up with that? Why is Boseman not being offered interesting lead roles in non-bio-pic films?

When Chadwick Boseman was first approached to play James Brown in “Get On Up,” his first thought was “I definitely do not want to do another biopic.” The actor was coming off playing Jackie Robinson in “42″ and was looking for something “more contemporary, maybe something that was more action oriented,” he told HuffPost Live in an interview on Monday.

But black actors are denied such opportunities, Scott Mendelson argued in a piece for Forbes.com. He wrote: “Chadwick Boseman may be being courted for every would-be biopic of every famous black historical figure around, but why is the obviously talented and painfully charismatic actor not being courted for the kind of projects that routinely end up starring the likes of Ryan Reynolds or Chris Pine?”

Boseman recognizes this reality, but doesn’t entirely agree.

“There definitely is a starring vehicle, but this is a business and a machine, to a certain degree,” he explained. “It’s all about the machine realizing that it’s a viable thing to make a black actor a star, and I think that’s a struggle.”

And while the 37-year-old regrets the ongoing challenge of securing certain parts as a black actor, he chooses not to harp on it.

“It’s always been a struggle,” he said. “I know I’m up against odds that are not necessarily as fair or the same, but I can’t focus on it.”

[From HuffPo]

I think he’s basically saying that there’s a fight to be had over the issue of diversity in Hollywood, but he’s not interested in being the face of the discussion. Which is his right. Because, let’s face it, if he came out and talked about how he wasn’t offered this part or that part because he’s black, people would label him a “troublemaker” or “rude” or “unprofessional.”

Meanwhile, it seems that Chadwick’s turn in Get On Up probably won’t get much traction for a possible Oscar campaign. That’s despite the fact that this upcoming Oscars will probably be the least diverse awards show in 20 years. Slate had an interesting piece on why Boseman should be given serious consideration for a Best Actor Oscar nomination – go here to read.

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Chris Martin Throws Party For Gwyneth Paltrow; Gets "Seal of Approval" For Jennifer Lawrence

It’s been six months since it began, but the “conscious uncoupling” of Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin just keeps getting weirder.

Yes, even though Martin is dating Jennifer Lawrence now, he still remains freakishly close with Paltrow.

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So close, in fact, that he threw his ex a birthday cocktail party last week and invited all of her famous friends!

Celebrating your estranged wife’s birthday party with her all her BFFs and your new girlfriend might sound like a nightmare, but that’s only because peasants like you and me just aren’t as enlightened as the Chris and Gwinnie.

Not only did they manage to spend the evening drinking under the same roof without the cops being called, Martin and Paltrow reportedly ignored the other guests in order to hang out with another!

“Gwyneth and Chris were very friendly with one another,” said one attendee. “It was like they’re still best friends.”

In other GOOP news, Paltrow approves of Jennifer Lawrence so much that she invited J-Law to her home to personally stamp her with a “seal of approval.”

Hopefully Jen showed up with a bulletproof vest and a cyanide capsule under her tongue in case of torture:

“Gwyneth suggested a friendly lunch between her and Jennifer,” says a source close to Paltrow. “They met at her Brentwood home and drank tea and ate homemade scones while chatting in the garden.”

“Gwyn broke the ice by telling Jen she’s happy Chris wound up with such a smart, beautiful woman.”

Sounds like a trap to us. Of course they ate homemade scones! We’re sure somewhere Gwyneth is cackling maniacally as she waits for the time-release, organic, artisanal rat poison to take effect.

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Benedict Cumberbatch attended a friend’s wedding with his secret girlfriend

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Alright, Cumberbitches. Let’s do this. First off, thank you to all of the Benedict Cumberbatch-watchers who tweeted me this little tidbit: Benedict attended the wedding of his good friend James Rhodes over the weekend. Benedict had a date too – his not-so-secret girlfriend Sophie Hunter. You can see the inclusive photos here, here and here. They are happening. And it’s fine. Seriously.

Meanwhile, did you know that Benedict has issues pronouncing the word “penguin”? It’s true. Penling, Penwing, Penglin, he tries and tries but he just can’t pronounce it. It’s funny because he’s in The Penguins of Madagascar.

What else? Journalist/writer Caitlyn Moran – who wrote a charming and celebrated profile of Cumby a while back – is promoting a new book and talking about her Cumberobsession. She says Cumby’s beauty made her “increasingly hysterical” and he lets her call him “Benny”. Depressing. And last but not least, Cumby gave an interview to The National, but it’s not a strict PR profile. The piece is basically like “Two posh Brit boys are probably going to be nominated for Oscars this year for playing geniuses,” meaning Eddie Redmayne and Cumberbatch. Cumby told the mag:

“A lot of people talk about it as being a competitor to our film,” Cumberbatch said of The Theory of Everything. “I don’t like thinking of films being in competition with each other, full stop. It’s absurd. As long as they’re both able to find an audience, it’s not a problem.”

As for Alan Turing’s story – and The Imitation Game – is also about a man who was persecuted because of his personal life.

“Alan is, compared to his achievements, relatively obscure, which is one of the really shaming aspects of what happened to him,” says Cumberbatch.

Playing such unique thinkers can be challenging to any actor, since their subject’s realm of thought is so unfathomable and mysterious. As he did when he played Hawking, Cumberbatch says he tried to “brush up” on his algebra when he took on the role of Turing.

“I’m not stupid, but I’m not that smart,” he says. “So I can at least lend something of that within the performance, like maybe the alacrity of thought, making fast connections. But when you actually start talking about the language, he used to get to those stunning conclusions, you might as well ask me to write my name in Mandarin. It’s a whole new world of alphabet and understanding.”

[From The National]

LOL, he had to “brush up” on algebra to play Alan Turing. That’s like “Oh, I played Pong to get into the mind of Bill Gates.” Don’t get me wrong, I have no doubt that Benedict can play the weighty, emotional scenes very well. But I doubt many people really understand the mechanics of how the Bletchley people developed Enigma, just like many people don’t really understand Stephen Hawking’s work.

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Lindsay Lohan forgot her lines during the first performance of ‘Speed-the-Plow’

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Ugh, where to start? Last night was Lindsay Lohan’s first night of her London show, Speed-the-Plow. The reviews were pretty bad, which we expected. Apparently, Lindsay kept forgetting her lines. To the point where even when she was trying to be serious and dramatic, the audience laughed at her. Some declared her an “embarrassment.” Some say that if she simply learns her lines, the play might be okay. Oh, and guess what? The ticket prices were dramatically slashed earlier this week. The tickets used to cost £35 but now cost £15. You know who I feel sorry for? Richard Schiff. I LOVE Richard Schiff (Tobey on The West Wing). He doesn’t deserve this.

Anyway, Lindsay covers the new issue of Time Out London, because she’s so private and she doesn’t want people to pay attention to her, that’s why she’s literally done photoshoots for five magazines, plus a baker’s dozen “exclusive” interviews with UK newspapers. Because she’s so private and she had to leave New York because she was getting too much attention because of her stupid Oprah show. The Time Out journalist notes that Lindsay did not stagger in drunk and cracked out, but she was 15 minutes late. You can read the piece here. Some highlights:

Time Out: Why London?
‘I was here in London already! I said to my agent: “Look, I really need to move to London, I have to get out of New York.” After the Oprah show, I felt I’d lost my privacy.’

So you’re a proper Londoner now?
‘I have a flat, yeah. I sold my place in New York. I love the energy of New York but I feel London’s more adult. I mean, things do close here.

How did you land the role exactly?
‘So I’ve moved to London and I’m getting a little bored because I’m not working, and then my agent got a call from one of the producers and Lindsay Posner saying, “Can we meet tomorrow? We want her to do this play.” And we went for lunch at the Ivy and they said, “So you wanna do it?” and I said, “Yeah” and they said, “Great.” I said, “You’re just giving me the part, that’s it? Oh my God, thank you so much!”’

In your short time here you’ve become synonymous with [ludicrously exclusive restaurant] Chiltern Firehouse. Is that fair?
‘When I first went there it wasn’t properly open. And then like all of a sudden there’s tons of paparazzi, so I stopped going for a while. But it’s funny I’ve become associated with it.’

Do you want to go back into the movies? Is part of the reason for doing this to make you employable again?
‘I think it definitely helps. I think it shows that I can be accountable and I think it helps with the perception that I’m just a psycho that goes out and stuff. I’ve done things, but people grow up and they change. I’m willing to work hard to gain back the respect that I once had and have lost.’

Is there a five-year plan?
‘In five years I would like to be married and have children, and hopefully be at the Oscars, but that’s as far as it goes for now.’

‘It’s been ten years since ‘Mean Girls’: how do you feel about it looking back?
‘People really love the movie: how do you top that? I was with Tina Fey [‘Mean Girls’ writer] the other day and I said we should do another “Mean Girls”, like an older version where they’re all housewives and they’re all cheating. That would be really funny. I’ll harass Tina to write it.’

[From TimeOut London]

Again with the Oscars!! Dear Lindsay: it’s not going to happen. Seriously. You are never going to be nominated for an Oscar. You are never going to be asked to present at the Oscars. You burned those bridges long ago.

As for her pitch for a Mean Girls sequel… I could actually see Tina Fey being interested in that kind of thing. If you were a 30 Rock fan, you know Tina was able to find a lot of humor in those Real Housewife shows (Queen of Jordan was amazing), and I could see Tina doing a brilliant, subversive blend of Real Housewives and adult Mean Girls. And it should totally star Rachel McAdams, Lizzy Caplan, Amanda Seyfried and Lacey Chabert. But they should recast Lindsay’s role with Emma Stone.

Lindsay’s curtain call last night:

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