From Emma Stone and Steve Carell as Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs in ‘Battle of the Sexes,’ to Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill in ‘Darkest Hour,’ see Hollywood’s biggest stars as real people in movies coming out this Fall.
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We insure our homes, our cars and our lives; however, when it comes to Hollywood, some celebrities have much more at stake. What would a singer do for income if she or he completely demolished their vocal cords? How does a dancer pay their rent if they blow a knee? What does a model do if they disfigure their moneymaker and can no longer model? Therefore, it makes sense that the biggest A-listers would take out insurance policies to cover their assets. Here are twenty celebs who reportedly have policies on everything from legs to vocals.
Not only is fall known for its stunning foliage, great travel rates, and pumpkin-spiced treats— it’s famous for festivals like Oktoberfest, the annual beer-drinking festival, which kicked-off this past Saturday. Of course, the original Oktoberfest will be celebrated in Munich, Germany, where the weeks-long event attracts more than 6 million people from around the world and nearly 2 million gallons of beer are guzzled every year. But for those that aren’t planning on a trip abroad, there are plenty cities and towns from coast to coast where Americans can celebrate here at home in the United States. Here are some of the most authentic ongoing or upcoming Oktoberfest celebrations in the US.
Difficult actors can be a real thorn in a director’s side. Slowing down production, inflating the budget, or causing chaos on set isn’t anyone’s idea of a good time. But every now and then, some of the elite Hollywood actors let their egos get the best of them, making problems for everyone else who just want to do a good job and go home. We’ve scoured the news and gossip sites to compile this list of the most notoriously difficult actors to work with.
This is a hugely exciting time for TV addicts: shows have been canceled and renewed left and right, and networks are unveiling their plans for the Fall. Fox, ABC, CBS, NBC, and The CW have already made some big announcements about the new shows they’ve greenlit for the 2017 to 2018 season. See what new and returning shows you’ll be obsessed with this upcoming Fall.
The perks of a career in Hollywood often times gives stars the opportunity to opt out of a college or even high school education. But for some major A-listers, skipping hours-long library sessions and polishing up those SAT scores was a major priority. Perhaps the following stars may pleasantly surprise you since they see the true value in a college education. Check out the following celebrities who attended college, many of whom still continue their education on the off-season.
The first Monday of September means that white clothes are out, sales are in, summer holidays are over and classes begin. For many of us (but far from all of us), it’s a welcome day off of work or school, ahead of what is likely to be a busier month than the last. But the Labor Day holiday has a storied past, one of violence and celebration, that’s embedded deep in the history of the American labor movement. And while it has spread around the world in different forms, Labor Day has distinctly American roots. Here’s a quick primer on the meaning and history of the holiday.
Houston is under water after Hurricane Harvey and subsequent rainstorms swept through the city. The rain continues to fall as thousands of people have been displaced and rescued in the affected areas. Sunday night, comedian Kevin Hart started a challenge for fellow celebrities to donate $25,000 to hurricane relief efforts. Celebrities like Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Jennifer Lopez, and Alex Rodriguez have answered his call. Other celebrities like Beyoncé and Houston Texan J.J. Watts have pledged assistance and started their own fundraisers. Here are some celebrities who have donated to relief efforts.
Summer’s the time for big, loud blockbuster movies and a few gems scattered in between. But it’s the fall when the real heavy-hitters come out. Later this year, we’ll see a bevy of Oscar contenders like “Molly’s Game,” independent film darlings that found their way to the big screen like “Call Me By Your Name,” risky thrillers like “The Killing of a Sacred Deer,” and, of course, “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” Here are all the movies to keep an eye out for this fall.
Earlier this week, Variety compiled the biggest estimated annual salaries of reality, news, and talk show hosts – and they are cashing in big time. They are the ones who are in our living rooms on a daily basis, and whether they be on morning shows or late night, they have a quality that makes them almost feel like they are part of our family. And that leads to big bucks. There’s newbies to the game like Mike Meyers, Jamie Foxx, and Megyn Kelly, and then there are the veterans like Ryan Seacrest, Ellen DeGeneres, and Judith Sheindlin (AKA Judge Judy). Here are the top 20 paid TV hosts.
The royal family must follow a set of etiquette rules in order to uphold their proper reputation. There are small but important rules regarding the way you sit, curtsy, and hold a tea cup. From the way you eat to the way you walk down a flight of stairs, here’s what it takes to have the manners of a royal.
A progressive and charming presence among more formal members of the royal family, Princess Diana was a popular public figure who captivated the world’s attention and stole the public’s hearts. Her death in a car wreck in Paris in the summer of 1997 devastated her two sons, who were 15 and 12 years old, and a nation alike. But the princess’ intense popularity and legacy has remained consistently high over the years. Such is her allure that 20 years after her sudden passing, multiple networks have chosen to commemorate her death and celebrate her life with televised specials dedicated to one of modern history’s most iconic figures. Here is a list of when and where to watch each, keeping in mind that some have already aired.