The Late, Late Show presenter enlisted the help of actors Salma Hayek, Ray Romano, and Gary Oldman to perform in a family based drama, titled 'The Bold and the Lyrical' whose script was entirely based on Justin's lyrics.
It’s time for another installment of cinematic craziness from Seth Rogen, and this one’s all about wieners on the run.
Sony Pictures Entertainment just unveiled the red band trailer for “Sausage Party,” slated to hit theaters August 12th and starring Rogen, Kristen Wiig, Jonah Hill, Salma Hayek, Edward Norton, Michael Cera, James Franco, David Krumholtz, Danny McBride, Paul Rudd, Nick Kroll and Bill Hader.
Stepping out for a fun-filled evening, Salma Hayek showed up at The Old Vic in London last night (November 22) for the Evening Standard Theatre Awards in conjunction with The Ivy.
Joined by fellow Tinseltown stunners Nicole Kidman and Kate Beckinsale, the “Desperado” actress was the center of attention as she paraded her perky pillows in front of the paparazzi, sporting a skin-tight, super-low-cut white dress.
She may have turned 49 recently, but Salma Hayek is every bit the sex symbol she was 20 years ago, and her Evening Standard cover shot provides plenty of proof.
The “Desperado” dame wears goodies from the likes of Theory, Celine and Mulberry in her photo spread, hinting that she’s ready for some downtime- “I was thinking last night that maybe next year, when I finish the two or three films I’m working on, I’m going to take it easy and just go to the spa every day… but it would be so boring. No? I guess it’s not altogether me.”
Kicking off the segment 32-year-old Blunt read a tweet from user @jonlgnanz that said, “Emily Blunt’s eyes make up for that horrendous sound that comes out of her mouth.” Finishing with, "#britishaccent, in case you didn't know what he meant."