Miguel's onstage tumble at Sunday's Billboard Music Awards just goes to show that live performances can sometimes take a dangerous turn. Almost every big musician has had some sort of physical mishap on stage, be it because of a fan, a faulty piece of equipment, or simply a slippery sole. And it isn't just the stars themselves who can get hurt — sometimes fans and spectators get injured in the process. Click through to see the biggest onstage fumbles, from Beyoncé to Justin Bieber.
Ben Affleck may have gotten a lot of attention when he took home the best picture Oscar for Argo this year, but he is hardly the first actor who has had behind-the-camera aspirations. Actors and actresses have been finding success in the director's chair for decades, and celebrities like Scarlett Johansson and Ryan Gosling are carrying on the tradition with their own interests in making films. Click through to see how stars have made — and will make — their directorial debuts.
Evan Peters may be best known for his role in American Horror Story, but audiences will get to see him in a much different role in the upcoming Adult World, which he costars in alongside John Cusack and real-life girlfriend Emma Roberts. We got a chance to talk with Evan at the Tribeca Film Festival, where Adult World premiered, and he opened up about his role in the indie flick. Check out the interview for more from Evan, including his teases about the upcoming third season of American Horror Story!
Zoe Kazan, who may be best known to audiences for her role in Ruby Sparks, is taking on another quirky character for her latest project, The Pretty One. The film, which also stars New Girl's Jake Johnson, follows a young woman, played by Zoe, who deals with her twin sister's death by assuming her identity. We caught up with Zoe at the Tribeca Film Festival in NYC last week to chat about the new movie and how she worked with Jake and first-time director Jenée LaMarque on set. Watch the clip for more from Zoe about The Pretty One!
The cast of Mad Men and the show's creator, Matthew Weiner, stopped by the Paley Center in NYC on Tuesday to discuss how far the show has come in its six seasons. Before the panel got started, we chatted with Jessica Paré, who plays Megan; John Slattery, who plays Roger; and Kiernan Shipka, who plays the feisty Sally, about their work on the hit drama. Watch the clip to learn more about the show from the cast's perspective.
Alice Eve may be best known to American audiences for her roles in She's Out of My League and Entourage, but she'll be taking on a very different role in the upcoming parlor-room drama, Some Velvet Morning, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival this week. We got a chance to chat with Alice about her role in the new film during the festival, and she opened up to us about working with Stanley Tucci, who plays her older ex-lover in the flick. She also touched on her upcoming role in Star Trek Into Darkness and if she will be joining Adrian Grenier and Jeremy Piven for the much-talked-about Entourage feature film. Check out our interview to hear more from Alice!
Emma Roberts takes on postgrad life in her new film, Adult World, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival last week. We got a chance to chat with Emma at the festival about working alongside costar John Cusack, meeting Jennifer Aniston for her upcoming We're the Millers, and how she's transitioning into more adult roles while still trying to keep fans from her Nickelodeon days happy. Watch the interview for more from Emma!
Chris O'Dowd is perhaps best known to American audiences for his roles in Bridesmaids and Girls, but this weekend he'll have a chance to charm us all over again — and display his musical skills — in The Sapphires, which hits theaters today. We sat down with Chris to discuss his role in the film, which follows the real-life journey of an aboriginal soul group and their Irish manager as they travel to Vietnam to entertain American troops during the 1960s. Check out our interview with Chris, and be sure to watch our chat with his costar Jessica Mauboy.
Matthew Goode stars in Stoker, which is out today, alongside costars Nicole Kidman and Mia Wasikowska. It's a psychological thriller from Korean director Park Chan-wook, who was behind the well-received 2003 film Oldboy. Nicole plays Evie, Mia's mother in the film, and their world is turned upside down by the death of Evie's husband and the arrival of his brother Charlie, played by Matthew — check out the Stoker trailer.
We caught up with Matthew at a press day yesterday, when he shared five surprising tidbits about Stoker — including the fact that it was written by actor Wentworth Miller. Click through to read all five of Matthew's quotes.
The Oscars have come to a close, and the show was as cinematic as the films being honored at the event. From A-list presenters like Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon to the winners and musical numbers, the night was not short of memorable moments. If you want to see more than what was on the small screen, click through to see the cutest pictures and highlights from the big show, and don't forget to check out the full Oscar winners list.
- The best celebrity girlfriend moments of award season
- 6 ways to save money on pantry basics
- Must-see celebrity Instagram photos from the inauguration
- What is the best time to announce your pregnancy?
- How to give your dreary Winter wardrobe a stylish jolt
- A surprising new twist on the topknot
- Stylish ottomans that can be used for secret storage
- Should David Fincher direct the film adaptation of Gone Girl?
- Video: Megan Mullally talks Sundance and the 30 Rock finale
- How to sneak a nature break into your busy day
- Healthy bread recipes to go bananas for
- Check out Microsoft's new wedge mouse
- Purrfect career lessons from cats
Stars got back to work on movie and TV sets this week after the holiday break. Zac Efron filmed several romantic scenes with costar Imogen Poots for Are We Officially Dating? in NYC, while his The Paperboy costar Nicole Kidman got to work on Grace of Monaco in Paris. Katharine McPhee was busy filming a new episode of Smash in New York, but that's not all that happened in front of the cameras. Click through to see those stars and many more on set this week!
- Guilt-free pasta dishes that are perfect for Winter
- 8 cute cases for your new iPad mini
- Get ready for New Year's Eve with these champagne cocktails
- What to do with those gifts you don't want
- Cute pictures of pets stuck in Christmas trees
- Miranda Kerr's best street-style moments
- Video: The year in Rob Pattinson and Kristen Stewart
- Simple lifestyle changes to get better skin
- The Obamas celebrate Christmas in Hawaii
- 9 great apps for traveling with kids
- Control your closet clutter with these stylish accessories
- Get Jessica Alba's surprisingly versatile plaid pants
- Your favorite TV shows of 2012
- Celebrities share their private Christmas photos
- New Year's Eve dresses that cost less than a bottle of champagne
Quentin Tarantino was joined by the stars of his newest film, Django Unchained, for a press conference at the Ritz-Carlton in NYC yesterday morning. We were on the scene to hear the cast talk about the movie, which opens Dec. 25, and discuss what it was like playing slaves and slave-owners.
Leonardo DiCaprio, Jamie Foxx, Samuel L. Jackson, Kerry Washington, and several other actors were on hand to discuss the powerful film, which manages to turn a horrifying tale of slavery into a Spaghetti Western-esque masterpiece. They've all been busy promoting the new movie, which premiered in NYC with some help from Leo's friend Cameron Diaz last week.
Read on to see our five favorite moments from the press conference, including a surprise appearance by Jonah Hill.