He’s been investing his time at home with his wife Blake Lively and their newborn baby, so when Ryan Reynolds showed up at the Sundance Film Festival on Saturday (January 24) he had plenty to say about parenthood.
The “Van Wilder” hunk explained, “It’s amazing that you can be that exhausted and that happy at the same time,” also noting that he’s been helping with diaper duty and various other chores around the house.
For many movie and television fans, the SAG Awards trophy is the one that really counts, and on Sunday (January 25) the Screen Actors Guild handed out a slew of hardware to some very deserving recipients.
Not surprisingly, “Birdman” ended up winning the Outstanding Performance By a Cast in a Motion Picture honors, giving Michael Keaton, Naomi Watts and Edward Norton something to smile about.
Most women struggle with losing weight after giving birth, but Kristin Cavallari can’t seem to put on the pounds no matter how hard she tries.
In her new interview with E! News, the “Hills” hottie insisted that she’s been working out and eating properly, but it hasn’t made a difference. “I don’t know why or how but after I had children my body literally changed and now, for me, it’s about trying to keep muscle on so I don’t look too thin. Because it’s very easy, especially because I have no curves, that I can look really skinny and I don’t like that look.”
He’s not usually one to comment on his personal life, but Pete Wentz was in a vulnerable mood when he stopped by the “Howard Stern Show” earlier this week.
The Fall Out Boy rocker shared that his failed marriage to Ashlee Simpson was doomed when he took some time off from his chart-topping band- "At 31, we'd had all these great years as a band, and then we took time off, and I basically became Mr. Mom. I had the beard, the flannel shirt. I didn't know what my identity was. That factored in. When your identity is what you do, it's hard when you stop doing it. It was the first time where I was like, 'Well, no one's really taking my picture. I'm just basically hanging out with my kid all day. Who cares?' I think when you stop caring about your personal appearance, your personal hygiene, it makes you even more depressed, but it makes you do it more. It's like a vicious cycle."