Mr. Grey will see you now...finally!
Last month, we were treated to the first official photo of Christian Grey. Then on July 19th, Beyonce shared a teaser on Instagram. Now, Thursday the first official trailer of Fifty Shades of Grey was released - and it was hot!
The trailer made its debut on the Today show. The preview begins with Dakota Johnson as Anastasia Steele meeting Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan) for the first time. The steamy 2 and a half minute clip shows their relationship escalating, from making out in an elevator to Ana getting tied up by Grey. Looks like the film is going to be even steamier and more intense than the trailer!
A year ago today, July 22, the world was awaiting the news from Buckingham Palace on the birth of the next royal baby. The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, gave birth to a baby boy, his Royal Highness Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge. Prince George is third in line for the throne just behind his father, Prince William, and his grandfather, Prince Charles.
Prince William and Kate Middleton issued a statement on behalf of their son's first birthday. "We would like to take this opportunity on George's first birthday to thank everyone over the last year, wherever we have met them, both at home and overseas, for their warm and generous good wishes to George and our family," the royal couple said.
This past May, Jennifer Lawrence and Jimmy Fallon played a hilarious game of Box of Lies. Last night it was Kate Hudson's turn to play.
The Wish I Was Here actress had the case of the giggles on the Tonight Show when she had to use her acting skills during a game of Box of Lies with the host. Hudson could not contain her laughter; her laugh is so infectious that she had Fallon laughing!
The point of the game is to decide whether the opponent is lying or telling the truth when describing what's in the box that was selected. Hudson went first and pulled out a spoon in a bowl of pennies and told the truth. Fallon pulled out an orange hamburger and lied, which earned him some points.
The game got even funnier when Hudson pulled out a plate of jello with a turtle in it.
Watch the videos below. You'll definitely be laughing too!
If you didn't have a chance to see One Direction on tour this year, no worries! The upcoming One Direction concert DVD was shot last month in Italy and the movie is due to hit theaters this fall.
However, the 75-minute One Direction: Where We Are - The Concert Film will be playing in 3,000 theaters worldwide for two days only on October 11 and 12. Tickets go on sale July 28th.
The DVD will be released on December 1st and is currently available for pre-order. It will also include a 15 minute interview with the group and behind the scenes footage.
A tree that was planted to honor the memory of George Harrison from the Beatles has been destroyed by beetles. No seriously... the Los Angeles Times reported that the pine tree died due to an insect infestation.
The legendary songwriter died at age 58 in 2001. The tree was planted in 2004 near Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles where he spent the last few years of his life gardening.
His tree has a plaque that reads, "In memory of a great humanitarian who touched the world as an artist, a musician and a gardener." The plaque also includes a quote from the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, "For the forest to be green, each tree must be green."
A new tree will be planted in its place soon. Hopefully the beetles will "Let it Be!"
The Midtown area of New York City was filled with over 20,000 teenage girls screaming their lungs out on Tuesday morning because the new hottest boy group, 5 Seconds of Summer, was performing on the Today show at Rockefeller Center.
Host Matt Lauer revealed that some fans had been camping out since last week. The Australian quartet chatted to Lauer about how far they've come since their first gig to 11 people.
"This is the most incredible thing that's probably ever happened to us," drummer Ashton Irwin told Lauer. Guitarist Michael Clifford agreed and added, "The amount of people here now is the most we've ever had waiting for us ever."
Simpsons fans, get ready because this is about to be the best year of your life. Every single episode (522 to be exact) of The Simpsons is going online.
FXX is launching a website called "Simpsons World" this October where viewers can watch every Simpsons episode from any of the series at the tip of their fingers. Viewers will also be able to search certain quotes and make their own personalized playlists.
But it doesn't end there.
FXX will be making history by playing every Simpsons episode of all time, 24 hours a day for 12 long days in chronological order. Meaning, 522 episodes starting from seasons 1 to 25. This will be the longest marathon in tv history!
So everyone, set your reminders and have the cases of Duff ready for August 21. Get ready to watch Homer strangle Bart and yell "why you little!" and hear a bunch of his "D'ohs!"
You're going to be sleep deprived for nearly 2 long weeks!
Robert Downey Jr. is once again the top earning actor in Hollywood according to Forbes magazine. The magazine reports that the actor made $75 million between June 2013 and June 2014.
The bulk of the actor’s income comes from playing Marvel superhero Iron Man. After holding out during negotiations for the upcoming Avengers: Age of Ultron movie, he is expected to make even more money than he has for any of his previous films.
Coming in at second on the list is Dwayne Johnson with $52 million for his work on the Fast and Furious franchise. Bradley Cooper comes in at number three with $46 million and Leonardo DiCaprio is on the list at number four with $39 million. Rounding out the top five is Chris Hemsworth who earned $37 million.
Looks like Philip Seymour Hoffman had different plans for his kids in his will - that they wouldn't grow up to be spoiled like the kids of Hollywood stars.
In court documents that were revealed by the New York Post, Hoffman stressed that he didn't want his son Cooper, 10, and daughters Tallulah, 7, and Willa, 5, to be considered "trust fund kids."
James Cahill Jr., who was appointed to protect the interests of the children for the late actor's children, interviewed his accountant, David Friedman. Friedman recalled conversations with Hoffman who repeatedly rejected the issue over the years. Instead, the Oscar winner wanted his $35 million fortune to go to his longtime girlfriend and mother of his children, Mimi O'Donnell.
Former Destiny’s Child member Farrah Franklin was arrested in Conway, South Carolina on Sunday for disorderly conduct. Franklin was booked around 5 am and was released from custody the same day.
According to TMZ, Franklin was in South Carolina with NFL players Da’Quan Bowers and Ricky Sapp who all went out Saturday night together. When it became apparent that Franklin had drank to much and began acting out, the two NFL players called the police on her.
When police arrived they found Franklin laying on a neighbor’s lawn and she told police she was going to sleep in the woods. TMZ also reported she was arrested in Los Angeles in 2011 for disorderly conduct as well.
Franklin was a member of Destiny’s Child for five months in 2000 before being let go form the group.
Yes ladies, it may be hard to say, but rock and roll’s Prince Charming is officially off the market. On Saturday, July 20th Adam levine, 35, and Behati Prinsloo, 25, shared their first kiss as husband and wife at Flora Farms in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
The Victoria Secret angel wore a Marchesa gown down the isle. Her bridesmaids, mostly Victoria Secret models, wore white dresses. Adam's best man was Maroon 5's piano player, Jesse Carmichael; he and the groomsmen wore black Hawaiian print shirts with black pants.
Jonah Hill reportedly officiated the ceremony in front of the couple's 300 guests. Celebrities were Jason Segel, Iron Man Robert Downey Jr. and Victoria's Secret models Erin Heatherton and Candice Swanepoel. According to US Weekly, the newlyweds asked their guests to donate to the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles.
At the end of their wedding, Mr. and Mrs. Levine were off to their honeymoon in South Africa.