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16 Things Beautiful People Have to Say About the Unimportance of Beauty

By Hayley Igarashi on
(Getty)You'd think the beautiful people of the world would want to band together to protect the sacredness of their high cheekbones, clear skin, twinkling eyes, and shiny manes. In reality, some of our favorite faces in Hollywood can't stop downplaying the importance of their own gorgeousness. Sure, it's easy to eschew beauty for nobler virtues when you have both, but we can't help but praise these lovely ladies for finding happiness, truth, and purpose beyond the traditional definitions of...Read Full Story

19 Things You Might Have Missed in 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2'

By JJ Duncan on
(Sony Pictures) The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is packed with characters, references, and subtleties that are easy to miss the first time around. Here are a few odds and ends to look for the second or third time around.1. Meet the Black CatPlayed by Felicity Jones, Harry Osborn's assistant is named "Felicia," a clear reference to Felicia Hardy, who has a secret identity as a thief named Black Cat. In the comics, Black Cat occupies a space remarkably similar to Catwoman. She's a cat-themed thief who...Read Full Story

7 Awesomely Awkward Shots of Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield Kissing on 'SNL'

By Deena Bustillo on
SNLWe didn't really need more proof that Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield are one of the cutest couple in all of Hollywood, then they went and awkwardly kissed for five minutes on Saturday Night Live and really won us over. Seriously, even when they're devouring each other's chins it's pretty darn cute. In the skit, the Amazing Spider-Man 2 co-stars reenacted their epic kissing scene from the flick, except it wasn't romantic at all this time. They struggled to "kiss like normal people," instead...Read Full Story

Critics REALLY Love Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone in 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2'

By JJ Duncan on
Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone as Spider-Man and Gwen Stacy. (Sony Pictures)The reviews are in, and the consensus is that The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is not so amazing — but Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone are. The word "chemistry" is being tossed around with effusive frequency when critics write about the young real-life couple at the heart of the film. What makes them so likable? Well let's here it from the critics themselves.Our own Joe Robberson hated the movie's bad guys, and wanted more of...Read Full Story

Proof: George Clooney's Taste in Engagement Rings is Flawless

By Deena Bustillo on
Getty ImagesToday in juicy celeb news: George Clooney continues to be perfect, Prince Harry is single, Zoe Saldana finally makes a red carpet appearance with her husband, and more...THE Ring Today in things that are not at all shocking: George Clooney has absolutely amazing taste in jewelry — and not just any jewelry, engagement rings. The world finally has a glimpse of his fiancee Amal Alamuddin's rock and it's nothing short of spectacular. The British lawyer showed off her new bling...Read Full Story

'The Amazing Spider-Man 2': A Quick-Reference Guide to All the Key Characters

By JJ Duncan on
As part of our Summer Movie Preview, here's one graphic that tells you everything about the movie's main characters.Read Full Story

Frustrating 'Amazing Spider-Man 2' Tries to Do Too Much

By Joe Robberson on
With a great love story hanging in the balance, 'ASM2' ignores it and gives Spider-Man silly villains to beat up.Read Full Story

Weekend Watch: Young Love Grounds 'Amazing Spider-Man 2'

By Joe Robberson on
You might think the spectacle is the reason to see 'ASM2', but it's truly the real-life couple at its center.Read Full Story

Watch Emma Stone Destroy Jimmy Fallon in a 'Tonight Show' Lip Sync Battle

By Alicia Dennis on
Emma Stone’s undeniable likability got a boost last night during her appearance on The Tonight Show, which included an epic lip sync battle.Host Jimmy Fallon put up a good fight, performing both Iggy Azalea and Charli XCX’s parts on their recent collaboration “Fancy” — with choreography. But then Emma tapped into our love of ‘90s nostalgia with Blues Traveler’s “Hook," mastering that bizarre bridge with completely appropriate facial expressions. Emma Stone might actually be John Popper...Read Full Story

Here's What Celebrities Learn When They Google Themselves

By Lani Conway on
(Getty) Most celebrities understand that there is one very important thing you should never do on the Internet: Google yourself. According to some, reading blogs and comment streams related to your personal and professional life can be "dangerous," "vain," and very "scary." However, some celebrities don't bother following these rules and end up learning way more about themselves than they wanted. In a new interview with Vogue magazine, Emma Stone revealed she was surprised by what she found...Read Full Story