Vince Vaughn is joining HBO’s True Detective, Mike Tyson is the latest celebrity hero, and Chris Pratt is as adorable as ever — all that and more in Last Lap.
Just days after Colin Farrell spilled that he was in True Detective, HBO has confirmed that both he and Vince Vaughn are the new stars of the series. According to the network, the series will center around three police officers and a career criminal who “must navigate a web of conspiracy in the aftermath of a murder.” [HBO]
While on the way to Las Vegas, Mike Tyson stopped to help a victim of a motorcycle crash. [NY Daily News]
Chris Pratt recently revealed a new pic of his son Jack and why he and Anna Faris were meant to be. [E!]
Saturday Night Live’s Jay Pharoah is cool with Kanye West — no, seriously. [Vulture]
Ana Gasteyer apologized to and cooked with Martha Stewart. [EW]
While on Watch What Happens Live, Chloe Grace Moretz opened up about dating PoshSpice and Becks‘ son Brooklyn Beckham. [US Weekly]
John Malkovich morphs into every iconic photo ever. [Esquire]
James Franco throws all the shade at Lindsay Lohan in his new book. [Perez Hilton]
Bullock, 50, was snapped on the set of her new film Our Brand Is Crisis in New Orleans Monday, sporting a dirty blonde color. In the photo above, her scalp appears somewhat visible through her side-part, but because she’s filming, it could just be a very realistic hairpiece. The movie is being produced by her close pal George Clooney, and we wonder if Bullock will be one of the guests at his upcoming wedding. (We’ll be sure to be on hair watch regardless!)
Anger Management star Selma Blair and her 3-year-old son Arthur were spotted in West Hollywood, Calif. on Monday (September 22). Joined by a pal, the mother-son duo were all smiles while running back to their car after lunch.
The actress – set to hit the big screen again in the upcoming film Sex, Death and Bowling – recently urged mothers to feed their children more fresh produce.
“It breaks my heart because more and more we’re going to get further and further away from what nutrition is and it’s a vicious cycle I see as a mom,” she said. “We just need to raise awareness and develop a palate for children because the processed foods are really easy to eat and they’re really yummy in a way.”
She added: “But your palate can get used to the things that are actually going to feed you and give you proper sustenance throughout the day.”