James Corden shed his typical late-night uniform to star alongside David Beckham in an ad for their new line of underwear. What’s better than two guys in tighty whities? Two guys in tighty whities hilariously parodying super serious fashion commercials.D&J Briefs will make you feel supported, cradled, and free. “It’s underwear for men with a great body. And David Beckham.”
If Tom Hanks isn’t your idol, he should be. He’s not only a Hollywood icon, but a damn nice guy (why else would Forbes name him the Most Trustworthy Celebrity last year?). On The Late Late Show Monday, Hanks and host James Corden reenacted every single one of his movies in just 6.5 minutes. Trust when we say it’s a skit that will make you experience EVERY FEEL ON EARTH.
Watch as Hanks takes us down memory lane with our favorite chick flicks (Sleepless in Seattle and You’ve Got Mail), comedies (Bachelor Party and Big), classic dramas (Forrest Gump and The Green Mile), and 2013′s Captain Phillips. You’re day life is about to be made.
It looks like yet another celebrity couple may have pulled a Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden. Mirror UK reports that Mila Kunis showed off her wedding ring when host James Corden put her in the hot seat during the first taping of The Late Late Show on Sunday night. “Either you’re married or you’re not,” Corden reportedly told Kunis, persistent on getting an answer. After she replied with a “maybe,” he asked to see her wedding finger where there was a ring, and he immediately said, “They are married, look!” A “red-faced” Mila allegedly laughed it off after he checked to see if he offended her and said “it’s fine.”
The bad news is, Mila still didn’t really answer the question. The good news is, the show airs tonight so we can finally she what the fuck is up. If she and Ashton Kutcherare married, we wouldn’t be surprised. But we’re totally over this secret nuptials trend.
This isn’t the only time the new mom played coy about the situation. In early February, when Ellen DeGeneres asked her the same thing, she giggled and replied, “I don’t know.”
STOP THIS GAME, Mila. We know you want your privacy and all, but don’t you realize we live through you and your adorable family? How selfish of you.
The Gossip Table reveals why the new mom isn’t planning on selling post-baby photos to the highest bidder.
Earlier this month a California couple married for 67 years passed away just five hours apart, while holding hands. You can no longer say that epic love stories like The Notebook don’t exist in real life.
Like the film’s Noah and Allie (played by James Garner and Gena Rowlands, the elder versions of Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams‘ characters), Floyd and Violet Hartwig stuck together until the very end. Daughter Donna Scharton tells ABC News that her mother’s dementia worsened around the holidays, just before her father experienced kidney failure. The family then put the couple in hospice together, but it was clear neither wanted to let go. “We could tell my dad was in a lot more pain. We said ‘it’s getting close,’ so we pushed the hospital beds together as far as we could,” Scharton told ABC. “We put their hands together, and my dad died holding my mom’s hand. Mom was not coherent, but we told her that dad had passed away and that he was waiting for her. She died five hours later.”
Scharton says her parent’s love story began when they met in grammar school and evolved into an inseparable pair when her dad returned from the Navy. “They weren’t fancy,” she says, “They were just decent people that were always committed to each other, no matter the situation. They never, ever asked for anything. All they ever wanted was their family and it was amazing that they got that in the end.”
In a cynical world of speed dating and swiping left or right to find love, this is exactly the story we needed to prove that true love does exist. Have you ever cried at your cubicle on a Thursday morning? There’s a first time for everything.
If The Notebook still gets you, it should make you feel better to know that Ansel Elgort is right there with you.