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Baby News! Blake Lively Pregnant, Kelly Rowland’s Photoshoot, Mila and Ashton Name Their Daughter WHAT?


Blake Lively revealed on her lifestyle website Preserve that she is expecting her first child with husband Ryan Reynolds. A message on her website, a slightly less pretentious Goop for slightly less pretentious blondes, reads

We have something for men, for women, for the old, but we realized, we don’t have anything for the new. With family on our mind, we looked to the origin of it all—to the women in our lives who are right there, at that special moment; at the creation of family.”

The post also contained a picture of Blake, photographed by her brother Eric Lively, showing off her little bump. Ryan and Blake married in September of 2011, and since then Lively has said in multiple interviews that she couldn’t wait to start a family. So congrats to the future parents!

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While Blake is only in her first trimester, Kelly Rowland only has a few more weeks ago until her first child, a boy, enters the world. In a revealing photo shoot with Lance Gross for ELLE, she shows off her belly and her still toned body, thanks to workouts with trainer Jeanette Jenkins.

Everybody always tells you to go crazy with food, and you can eat whatever you want. It’s fine to have your cravings but I wanted an easier delivery. All the women that I’ve talked to, that have worked out, have such an easy and speedy delivery. Exercise really helps that,” she says.

She does admit to being obsessed with nachos for a week, but who can blame her! This Rowland’s first child with her husband Tim Witherspoon. The pair married earlier this year in Costa Rica.


Mila Kunis already gave birth, delivering her daughter with Ashton Kutcher on September 30. The proud dad announced on his website that they named her Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher. A source told People that the couple really liked unisex names, and considered other unisex names as well. I wonder if they’ll get together with Jessica Simpson‘s daughter Maxwell for playdates. The couple have been together for two years and announced their engagement in February of this year. Who would have thought that Kelso and Jackie would be getting hitched and making babies in real life?!


‘Oz The Great And Powerful’ – Review By David E.


I went into Oz with an open mind and very low expectations for two reasons, the first being that I’ve never really been a big fan of James Franco’s work and secondly this movie is a prequel…to a recognized movie classic no less. Other than X-Men: First Class none of them in recent years have been even decent let alone good.. *cough cough Star Wars, *cough cough Prometheus*. Did we really even need to know how The Wizard of Oz came into power?

The movie focuses on carnival sideshow magician Oscar Diggs (played by Franco). He’s a dishonest, oversexed and underachieving stage performer in Kansas who dreams of doing great things with his life. His heroes are the likes of Houdini and Edison, but the traveling carnival he works in is making him little or no money and his lofty aspirations seem to die a little bit each day.

After one of his shows ends in an embarrassing confrontation with a crippled child’s parents he receives a visit from long time friend Annie played by Michele Williams (who later plays as Glenda The Good). Annie wants to be with Oscar but the life of a simple married farmer holds no appeal to him. Their conversation is interrupted when the carnival strong man attempts to exact punishment on Oscar for romancing his wife forcing Oscar to escape in the carnival’s hot air balloon. Unfortunately for him, a massive tornado has taken shape not far from the carnival and sucks the balloon and him into it then spits them out in the wonderful world of Oz.

First off, the opening credits sequence here makes this a MUST see in 3-D. The use of it through out the movies isn’t as engrossing but is far better than a lot of other CG movies (like for example Alice In Wonderland). There is a scene where its snowing and the falling flakes are done amazingly well.

Franco’s portrayal of the lovable rogue turned hero is uneven in parts but still fun and entertaining. I don’t think the movie gave me enough to justify his sudden change of heart but it’s excusable because it did a lot of other things surprisingly well. One of them is a pair of companions of Oz’s that weren’t shown in the trailer so I won’t spoil them but one of them in particular is just rendered jaw-droppingly well. Seriously, when this character was on screen I just marveled at it.

Another thing that was done well was the performance of the three witches. Michelle Williams already looks angelic to me so throwing a tiara and white dress on her with constant closes up of her near glowing smile as Glenda The Good was fine by me.

Rachel Weisz as Eleanora was the weak link in the three though. She seemed too mechanical and not really into her performance but giving her green force lightning as a witching power certainly made up for that.

Mila Kunis as Theodora however, was the best of the three. In the first part of her performance with Oz she under acts and gets some laughs but in the second half of her performance she over acts and although I didn’t LOL through much of it she made me smile wide and remember the original movie which had not happened once up to that point in this one. In fact Kunis and William’s performances keep the second half of the movie afloat while the story slows down to check off boxes and reminds us all that this is linked to The Wizard of Oz. Munchkins, tinkerers and yellow bricked roads. “He can make scarecrows!!! Check, check, check they’re all here, we got it. *Yawn* Please move on.

Overall, Oz is a pleasant surprise of a prequel and is worth catching in theaters in 3-D. My 8 year old son had no interest in seeing it but I imagine that the pure spectacle of the colorful world that director Sam Raimi created here would hold the attention of most small children.

Which reminds me, the flying monkeys in this movie are eff’ing insane! They aren’t in it a lot, but there is a “battle” scene in which you get to see them in all their scary hideousness and WFT!! I’m guessing that since most small kids are already on a steady diet of COD and Twilight it won’t scare them too bad (if at all) but I found them to be genuinely creepy.

Yeah, you have my blessing to go see this movie and not feel cheated afterward. I certainly didn’t.

Mila Kunis Is ‘Sexiest Woman Alive’ Says Esquire Magazine

Look at the gorgeous, sexiness of Mila Kunis as this year’s Sexiest Woman Alive.

Photos: Esquire.com

Wow. I’LL say.  I haven’t agreed with Esquire’s annual “Sexiest Woman Alive” since Angelina Jolie was name back in 2004.  (Fine. So I have a type.)

Just to refresh your memory of Angelina’s 2004 “Sexiest Woman Alive” cover…

Mila is an interesting one. (Aside from hooking up again with Kutcher, but whatevs.) She gives a good interview, I’ll say that much.

via Esquire:


People are assholes and people lie,” says Mila Kunis on a lovely Wednesday morning in a café in the Hollywood Hills. What she’s talking about is her experience during the production and then the promotion of Max Payne, the 2008 action film she starred in with Mark Wahlberg. This all erupted suddenly, when that movie happened to come up during a conversation about some of her recent roles. She didn’t want to talk about it. Then she paused. And then she started talking about it. She squinted and slowly moved her head from side to side in a way that only means … motherfuckers! What Kunis is right now is worked up. Which is a fascinating thing to watch. Because onscreen, Mila Kunis is a master at being worked up — as Jackie on That ’70s Show, as Wahlberg’s girlfriend in Ted, as the voice of Meg Griffin on Family Guy. In real life, it’s just as captivating. Even over eggs.

So I spoke with Seth about you. And he mocked me at least once.

Only once?

I used the word wonderful to describe your voice.

“Meg” – Family Guy/FOX

Oh, God.

What I meant was textured and interesting and great for an animated show. And he started laughing. He said, “Wonderful would not be the word I would use to describe it. Overpowering maybe.”

He’s such a douchebag. I keep telling him, “Sarcasm does not translate well in print.” And he is so fucking dry. I’ve known him since I was fourteen, and I find self-deprecating humor great. I tell him, “You can mock away because I know who you are. In print, though? You’re going to come off like an asshole. So be careful.”

I look forward to finding Mila in my mailbox in a week or so…have I mentioned that Esquire is may favorite magazine, because it IS.