Kim Kardashian cuddles and kisses her kids in cute bedtime snaps
Kim Kardashian was in full mom mode as she shared adorable snaps that showed her putting her three kids to bed. The reality TV star, 41, matched with her daughter Chicago, four, and sons Saint, six, and Psalm, three - whom she shares with ex-husband Kanye West, 45 - in cozy black SKIMS pajamas. 'Last Nite Bedtime,' the businesswoman captioned the sweet pictures of her cuddling and kissing her brood, which were taken on Tuesday night.
Louisa Jacobson says being compared to her mother Meryl Streep has been a "constant" part of her life. © Provided by BANG Showbiz Louisa Jacobson
The 'Gilded Age' actress is the youngest child of the screen legend and her husband Don Gummer but the 31-year-old star insisted she tries to ignore the comments that she has only landed work due to nepotism.
She said: "It's going to be a constant thing throughout my life. It has been since I can remember - this issue of 'Do I deserve what I have?' But I think about Jane Fonda and how she made a name for herself. And there's been plenty of other people who've been able to carve their own path - like Sofia Coppola. I think it just takes time and not reading Twitter and just focusing on what I want to achieve as an artist."
EastEnders' Louisa Lytton flashes wedding ring after Italian honeymoon
The EastEnders star, 33, looked every inch the glowing new bride while flashing her wedding ring as she was seen publicly for the first time on Thursday since returning from honeymoon. The EastEnders star, 33, beamed with happiness as she made her way down the North London street with her baby daughter Aura, 10 months.
Gallery: 'I'm not looking for the sexiest woman, I'm looking for the girl next door...' The stars who were unbelievably considered to be too beautiful for Hollywood (BANG Showbiz)
'Adversity does not discriminate...'
Who ever thought there was a downside of being good looking? Hollywood has been built on the world's most attractive women and the most handsome leading men, but sometimes being beautiful works against you than for you. Discover how Scarlett Johansson, Emily Ratajkowski and Olivia Wilde were told they were “too pretty” for Hollywood...
Charlize went through hell and back to land a role in the 1997 horror film 'The Devil's Advocate' after director Taylor Hackford told her she was too good looking to play the gritty role of Mary Ann Lomax. She said: “I had to stop wearing makeup, wake up at six in the morning, beat myself up, not brush my hair, not put any concealer under my eyes, and went in to read with dark circles under my eyes. I had to go through hell to make them believe the devil could be in me."
The ‘Transformers’ star has been judged on her looks her entire career, often being stereotyped or overlooked for certain parts because she is viewed as a sex symbol. She said: “It p***** me [off] when people complain that I’m too beautiful to get a part... You wouldn’t be working if you weren’t attractive. Hollywood is the most superficial thing you could possibly be a part of. And if I weren’t attractive I wouldn’t be working at all,”
She may be one of Hollywood’s highest paying actresses, but the ‘Marvel’ star claims she’s missed out on roles before for being “too sexy”. She said: “That has happened to me before. “That’s always an unfortunate thing… I would imagine when casting someone, you would want to challenge yourself in some way. It is so interesting to see actors transform. There are certainly plenty of times when I am definitely not sexy.”
The former Miss USA runner-up had to beg Hollywood producers to take her seriously and pleaded for her debut role in Spike Lee's 1991 romantic drama 'Jungle Fever’. Halle - who came sixth in Miss World in 1986 - said: "Just because someone looks a certain way doesn’t mean that they are spared adversity. “Adversity does not discriminate. “I came from the world of beauty pageants and modeling and right away when people heard that I got discounted as an actor. “I took on roles early on that really didn’t rely on my physical self at all and that was a good way to sort of get some credibility within my industry. “Spike Lee wanted me to read for the part of his wife and I read that part fine enough, but then I said to Spike, ‘You know I really am eyeing this other role, can you please let me audition for that?’ And he said, ‘No, no I don’t see you as that...'"
Beyonce almost lost out on her role as Deena Jones in the critically acclaimed movie 'Dreamgirls' because her on her overtly sexual stage persona. Director Bill Condon said: “Beyonce did come after us, it wasn’t the other way round. “I loved her but… I wondered whether she could adapt to something that was so different. If you think of the way she is sexually on a stage. She is so powerful and contemporary, and this was about something very different. It was about withholding.”
Who would have thought that being voted the Sexiest Woman Alive by GQ in 2005 would end up being a problem for Jessica Biel? She said: “[One director told me,] ‘I’m not looking for the sexiest woman; I’m looking for the girl next door.' “Parts I really want aren’t going to me. “Like 'The Other Boleyn Girl' with Scarlett Johansson and Natalie Portman. I don’t want to say that there’s nothing I love that I can’t have. But there’s still the occasional script that the director doesn’t want to see you for.”
‘Clueless’ star Alicia Silverstone auditioned for the lead role in teen drama 'My So-Called Life’, but she divided opinion due to her beauty with the casting team not being able to decide whether of not she should be part of the show. Executive producer Marshall Herskovitz said: “Alicia is so beautiful that that would have affected her experience of the world. “People would have been telling her she was beautiful since she was six years old. You can’t put that face in what’s been written for this girl.” The part of Liberty High School student Angela Chase eventually went to Clair Danes.
'The O.C.’ actress amazingly was considered to be too sexy to portray adult actress Linda Lovelace in a biopic on her life and was replaced by ‘Mamma Mia!’ star Amanda Seyfried. She said: “I pulled out of the Linda Lovelace biopic. I decided that it should go to someone who is not already sexualized by the public – Linda Lovelace was an innocent. Amanda will do an amazing job."
And Louisa believes maintaining a "thick skin" is vital for a successful career in acting.
This Is Us Vet Justin Hartley's First Follow-Up TV Show Just Got Great News
Justin Hartley might be returning to the small screen, as his first post-This Is Us TV project just received some good news.The Never Game received a pilot commitment in September 2021, with Justin Hartley also serving as executive producer with former This Is Us EP Ken Olin, per Deadline. Olin will also direct the pilot. Hartley is set to star as lone-wolf survivalist Colter Shaw, who roams the country as a “reward seeker,” TV Line reports, using his expert tracking skills to help private citizens and law enforcement solve all manner of mysteries while contending with his own fractured family.
She added to Britain's Tatler magazine: "This profession requires you to be thick-skinned when it comes to that online stuff and really thin-skinned when it comes to being on set and being permeable to other people's emotions.
"I feel I'm very careful about decisions in my life because I've been able to watch my older siblings [actresses Mamie and Grace Gummer and musician and actor Henry Gummer] do what they do... I think a lot of people put pressure on themselves to be good at what they do, particularly when you are following such a prolific parent."
Louisa met her actor boyfriend Jonathan Higginbotham at the Yale School of Drama and revealed she loves being with someone who understands the demands of her career.
She said: "It's great in a way. We share this strange career together and can complain about the same things. He knows so deeply what it is that I do. [But] it's always a tricky thing to navigate the different stages of one's career. The imbalances that might exist during one time will flip and go the other way at another time. You just have to go with the flow and be really supportive of one another."
After A24 Drops First Look At Brendan Fraser's New Movie, The Fans Are Already Talking Oscars .
After A24 dropped a new look of Brendan Fraser’s new movie, fans already think it has Oscar potential.With the lead role in Darren Aronofsky's The Whale, Brendan Fraser is playing a 600-pound man who’s trying to reconnect with his daughter after abandoning his family for his lover years ago. The first shot of Fraser in full makeup and costume was shared on A24's Instagram, and fans have been on social media saying that based on what A24 has revealed so far about the upcoming movie, the Inkheart actor should already be earning Oscar buzz.