For the last 80 years, British Airways has been making flights from London to Australia and Naomi Watts stars in a new vintage ad to commemorate the big anniversary.
The “King Kong” actress looks gorgeous on the new poster, telling press, “It has been great to go back in time with British Airways and recreate an iconic poster from such a glamorous era. I love the vintage style from the golden age of travel so it was really fun to bring this to life. Eighty years is an incredible landmark for British Airways and with a personal connection to both countries, it's really special to take part in celebrating the history of travel between Australia and the UK.”
Kicking off the week with some media duties, Robert Downey Jr showed up at Rockefeller Center in New York City for an appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” last night (April 27).
The “Judge” star was in the house to plug his new movie “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” though he quickly ended up in one of Fallon’s hilarious segments called “Emotional Interview.” Jimmy asked, “When did you know you wanted to be an actor?” and Robert replied in his ‘annoyingly philosophical’ manner, “To know is to understand and the question is already answered in its asking.”
He’s gearing up for an exciting new chapter in the “Full House” story, and John Stamos doesn’t want anything to detract from the upcoming Netflix project.
Over the weekend, the handsome Greek hunk criticized Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen for claiming that they were never approached about “Fuller House” by tweeting a link to their statement along with his own commentary- “I call bullsh*t.”
Never one to worry about the rules, Justin Bieber busted in on Chatsworth High School’s prom over the weekend. And while the kids loved having the Biebs at their dance, school administrators were singing a decidedly different tune.
Justin was reportedly recording his new album near Jim Henson Studios, where the prom was being held, though the LA Unified School District had been “assured that he would not come out to interfere.”