Kirsten Dunst shops at Ralph Lauren and Isabel Marant on Thursday (June 28) in New York City. The 30-year-old actress can next be seen in Bachelorette, a comedy about three friends who are asked to be bridesmaids at a wedding of a woman they used to ridicule in high school. James Marsden plays one of the groom’s friends who ends up hooking up with Kirsten‘s character in a strip club. “Those are always daunting scenes when you see them on the schedule,” he recently told E! Online. “You’re counting the days.” “Kirsten was like, ‘Come on, whatever. Lets have fun doing it and let’s go for it,’” James recalled.
SAN JOSE, Calif., June 29, 2012 – Jordyn Wieber of DeWitt, Mich./Gedderts' Twistars USA, posted a 61.700 in the all-around to take the all-around lead at the halfway point of the U.S. Olympic Trials – Gymnastics at the HP Pavilion at San Jose (Calif.). Gabby Douglas of Virginia Beach, Va./Chow's Gymnastics and Dance, followed in second at 61.400, with Alexandra Raisman of Needham, Mass./Brestyan's American Gymnastics, rounding out the top three with her 60.300. Competition continues tomorrow with the final day of men's competition beginning at 4 p.m. ET on NBC Sports. Wieber, who comes into this competition as the reigning U.S and World all-around champion, started on vault with a 15.900 for her Amanar. On the uneven bars, Wieber was solid, upgrading her dismount to a full-twisting double layout, scoring 15.300. Wieber showed precision and calmness on the balance beam to post a 15.050. In the final rotation, Wieber dazzled on the floor, sticking her double twisting, double back mount for a 15.400. "Today went pretty well. My main goal was to go out there and do confident routines," Wieber said. "The crowd was awesome – I love seeing the stands full and hearing them cheer before I go up for a routine." Douglas shook off an error on the uneven bars to score a 15.250 before moving to the balance beam, where she was solid through a standing full and back handspring, back handspring, double pike dismount (14.900). Douglas had the crowd clapping along to her energetic floor routine in rotation three, executing a one-and-a-half to triple full mount, good for a 15.450. Douglas finished tonight's competition with an Amanar vault, earning a 15.800. Her coach, Liang Chow, caught her up in an embrace on the podium. "I'm very happy, but I had a couple of mistakes that I'll work on during tomorrow's training," Douglas said. "I want to comeback and fight on Sunday." Rounding out the top three was Raisman, who was solid throughout the entire competition. Raisman began her competition on the vault, performing an Amanar for a 15.550. In rotation two, she posted a 14.200 on the uneven bars. On the balance beam, her steady routine and nearly stuck Patterson dismount was rewarded with a 14.950. The final rotation moved Raisman to the floor where she performed to 'Hava Nagila' and dismounted with a double pike split jump for a 15.600. "I'm really happy with how today went," said Raisman. "I didn't know how I was going to feel competing at Olympic Trials, but I'm just proud that everyone went out and had a great competition." Elizabeth Price of Coopersburg, Pa./Parkettes, posted the fourth best score in the all-around, 59.600, behind a huge 16.050 score in the first rotation for her Amanar vault. Price also scored 14.500, uneven bars; 14.150, balance beam; and 14.900, floor exercise. In fifth place in the all-around after the first day of competition is Kyla Ross of Aliso Viejo, Calif./Gym-Max, with a 59.400. Ross recorded her highest score of the day, a 15.500, on the uneven bars, where she performed a Maloney to Pak salto and a stuck double layout dismount. Ross earned scores of 14.500, vault; 14.900, beam; and 14.500, floor. The highest scores for each event were: McKayla Maroney of Long Beach, Calif./AOGC, vault, 16.100; Anna Li of Aurora, Ill./Legacy Elite Gymnastics, and Ross, uneven bars, 15.500; Sarah Finnegan of St. Louis Mo./Great American Gymnastics Express, balance beam, 15.100; and Raisman, floor, 15.600. Maroney also had the highest two vault average score of the meet, with a 15.750. Single-session tickets range in price from $36-$102, including facility fees. The prices vary according to seat location and session. Four multi-session and all-session ticket packages are still available. Multi-session packages, ranging in price from $78 to $236, include a 3-day weekend package; a two-day women's package; and a finals package featuring the final day of competition for both men and women. All tickets may be purchased through ticketmaster.com, by phone at 800-745-3000, at all Ticketmaster outlets and the HP Pavilion Ticket Office. In recognition of Visa's long-time support, USA Gymnastics is proud to accept only Visa at the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials - Gymnastics, along with cash. For more information and details on the ticket packages, go to www.sanjose2012.com.
Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield attend the premiere of their new film The Amazing Spider-Man at the Regency Village Theatre on Thursday (June 28) in Westwood, Calif. The on-and-off screen couple was joined by co-stars Sally Field, Denis Leary, and Chris Zylka. Emma wore a Chanel dress and clutch, Christian Louboutin shoes, and Cartierjewelry, while Andrew suited up in Balenciaga by Nicolas Ghesquière. Also pictured inside: Andrew strolling around New York City the day before.
Mila Kunis rocks a wide rimmed rag & bonehat on the cover of Glamour‘s August issue, which hits newsstands July 10. Here’s what the 28-year-old Ted actress, wearing a Club Monaco shirt andCurrent/Elliott jeans, had to share: On dating rumors: “Ninety-nine percent of it is bulls–t. That is the biggest form of bullying ever, the paparazzi. Printing lies, making accusations, it’s just bullying.” On wanting a family: “This isn’t the right time for me to have one, but I do want a family. I’d rather be in love and have a baby than have a movie.” On online dating: “One of my really good friends met her fiancé on an OkCupid-style website. OkCupid’s really popular—all my girlfriends have joined. I love those sites. I go on and I pick the guys for my friends. I think it’s great. It’s online shopping! We all get together with our laptops and have a glass of wine. Then we message the guy.” For more from Mila, visit Glamour.com!
The 26-year-old actress opened up on picking her roles, wanting to be more handy and Twitter. Check it:
On her handy-woman hopes: “I just wish that I were more handy. Nothing makes you feel more useless than when you don’t know how to fix anything.”
On her upcoming movie roles: “It wasn’t strategic. Those other roles were more a case of wish fulfillment, being able to do [in movies] what I’d find much more difficult to do in life. I’m a control freak but not nearly as rigid. When I fall apart, I’m all over the place.”
On her lack of tweeting: “I haven’t tweeted since December. I can’t help but think, Why should anyone pay attention to me?”
For the shoot, Ash hit NYC’s 5th Avenue, 75th Street, Battery Park, and Tribeca. The inspiration for the shoot? “Fall 2012 is a collection made for a true city girl who has places to go and people to see. Sweet and strong, pretty and tough, smart and street, this season’s campaign voyeuristically and strikingly documents a slice of Ashley Greene’s life in the city,” according to the fashion brand. For more of Ashley‘s ad campaign, check out DKNY.com tonight!
Vanessa Hudgens takes care of some business while out in Hollywood on Wednesday (June 27). The 23-year-old actress looked super cute in a simple tank, skinny jeans, and tan pumps!
Don’t forget, Vanessa is nominated for a2012 Teen Choice Award this year in the Choice Movie Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy category for her work inJourney 2: The Mysterious Island. “Have you voted today?” Vanessa wrote on her Facebook page. Be sure to cast your votes daily – and find out who wins when the show airs on July 22!
Mila Kunis confesses a funny story while making an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Wednesday (June 27) in Burbank, Calif. The 28-year-old actress revealed that she lied to That 70s Show producers about her age upon being cast! “Legally I was 14, but I told them I was a little bit older…I told them I was gonna be 18, which is not technically a lie, cause at one point…I was gonna be 18,”Mila said. Be sure to catch Mila in Ted, which hits theaters tomorrow! FYI: Mila is wearing a The Row blazer,J Brand t-shirt and jeans, Christian Louboutin shoes, Irene Neuwirthearrings, and a Dana Rebecca necklace. Check out Mila‘s interview below!
Freida Pinto hits the beach to work on Knight of Cups on Tuesday (June 26) in Santa Monica, Calif. The 27-year-old Indian actress shot some scenes with co-star Christian Bale on the sand and under the Santa Monica Pier. Freida recently chatted about what defines her look both on and off the red carpet. “My personal style statement is anything that is really comfortable, so a pair of well-fitted jeans and a good T-shirt [are] most definitely me,” she shared. “For events, I think your wardrobe must have a little black dress. And my favorite accessories, I just love a pair of beautiful earrings,” Freida added. “Maybe the simplest pair of drops that can jazz up an entire outfit. I try to keep it simple and elegant.”
Miley Cyrus and fiance Liam Hemsworth attend the Australians In Film Awards & Benefit Dinner held at the InterContinental Hotel on Wednesday (June 27) in Century City, Calif.
The 22-year-old Aussie actor received the Australians in Film Breakthrough Award for his work in international films.Chuck‘s Yvonne Strahovski was the female recipient of the award!
Liam‘s older brother Chris received the award back in 2008!
“We are delighted to honor Liam Hemsworth with the 2012 Breakthrough Award. The string of his upcoming films demonstrates an undeniable star power. From The Expendables 2… andParanoia… to Arabian Nights… we believe this is only the beginning for [him],” AiF PresidentAndrew Warne said of the organization’s selection.
Emma Stone and boyfriend Andrew Garfield attend the Worldwide Orphans Foundation Cocktail Party held at Royalton on Tuesday (June 26) in New York City. The 28-year-old actor hosted the event, which honored Dr. Jane Aronson for her work in pediatrics, including helping orphaned children. Earlier in the day, Emma made an appearance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to promote her and Andrew‘s new film The Amazing Spider-Man, in theaters July 3. FYI: Emma wore a Roland Mouret dress with Brian Atwood shoes, Jennifer Meyer earrings, and a Van Cleef & Arpels ring. Andrew suited up in Gucci. Check out a word association game that Emma, Andrew, and the rest of the Spider-Man cast did for MySpace below…
“Somebody yesterday was like, ‘You know, after Black Swan we didn’t expect you to follow this up with Ted,’ and I literally went, ‘Why because it’s funny? So being a comedy somehow takes away from the quality?’ It doesn’t,” she told Zap2It.
“I don’t think I’m funny,” she added. “I really don’t, but that doesn’t mean I don’t love comedy.”