You are currently browsing the hotpz.com posts tagged: photo


Pete Davidson and the Youngest Cast Members to Join Saturday Night Live

data-content-uri="mgid:wordpress:mtvn_gallery:vh1.com:436260-436270"
data-flipbook-content-uri="mgid:wordpress:mtvn_gallery:vh1.com:436260"
data-flipbook-item-index="0"
>

View Photo Gallery



On Saturday, Sept. 19, NBC’s long-running sketch comedy series, Saturday Night Live, returns for its 40th season with Chris Pratt hosting the series opener and a few new faces on the team. This year, Best Week Ever alum Michael Che and Pete Davidson are the two newest members to join the cast. At the age of 20, Davidson is the fourth youngest cast member to appear on SNL behind some big names (Anthony Michael Hall, Eddie Murphy, and Robert Downey, Jr.)

It’s incredible to believe that at 20, Davidson — not yet able to legally drink — will be on stage alongside seasoned cast members like Taran Killam and Kate McKinnon, both of whom are in their 30s. We certainly aren’t ageist here at VH1; we welcome Davidson with open arms. But we did notice one disturbing trend: Most of the youngest SNL cast members only lasted one or two seasons, with Jay Pharoah currently starting his fourth. Let’s just hope he and Davidson can break the curse of the young featured players. Check out SNL‘s youngest cast members to date, in the gallery above.

On the other end of the spectrum, Darrell Hammond returns to SNL this season as the voice of the show following the death of Don Pardo, who served as the show’s announcer since 1975. Hammond had the distinct honor of being the third oldest cast member (39) when he first joined the show in 2005. Now, he’s 58.

Watch the Emmy nominated McKinnon describe her dream host/musical guest combination (hint: it’s Beyoncé).

[Photo: Getty]

Source: Pete Davidson and the Youngest Cast Members to Join Saturday Night Live

Shia LaBeouf Does Deep Stretches in Purple Leggings for Performance Art

data-content-uri="mgid:wordpress:mtvn_gallery:vh1.com:436183-436184"
data-flipbook-content-uri="mgid:wordpress:mtvn_gallery:vh1.com:436183"
data-flipbook-item-index="0"
>

View Photo Gallery



It was only a month ago when Shia LaBeouf was spotted fresh out of rehab in some brightly colored Lycra leggings alongside his girlfriend Mia Goth. Now the actor is back in the same running gear for a “meta” experience that took place outside Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam.

The actor ran a #Metamarathon, which had him circling the same museum until he completed 26.8 miles.

The event was not limited to LaBeouf. According to E! Online, participants were encouraged to run with him, on his behalf or make him run even more. All of this was part of the museum’s larger performance art symposium. The actor has performed public art pieces in the past, most recently #IAMSORRY in Los Angeles in February, following the plagiarism scandal surrounding a short film he had directed.

This is the actor’s first public performance since he got into legal trouble for disrupting a performance of Cabaret in New York City in June. Shortly after that, he began outpatient rehab for alcohol abuse. On September 10 LaBeouf pled guilty to disorderly conduct stemming from the Cabaret incident, and was sentenced to three more months of alcohol-abuse treatment.

[Photo Credit: Corbis, Splash News]

Source: Shia LaBeouf Does Deep Stretches in Purple Leggings for Performance Art

North West Was a Style Icon Long Before Her Paris Fashion Week Debut

data-content-uri="mgid:wordpress:mtvn_gallery:vh1.com:436009-436021"
data-flipbook-content-uri="mgid:wordpress:mtvn_gallery:vh1.com:436009"
data-flipbook-item-index="0"
>

View Photo Gallery



North West, flawless spawn of Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, made her Fashion Week debut on Wednesday, sitting front row at the Balenciaga spring 2015 show in Paris. We already know Nori is living better than the rest of us, and her ability to take in an international fashion event from the best seat in the house before reaching the age of two only rubs that in.

In addition to her prime placement, North’s look (Yeezus concert tee, black Timberland boots, and a leather skirt a la Yeezy) is getting major recognition. But that’s nothing new for the youngest Kardashian, who has a fabulous wardrobe her mom proudly displays on Instagram whenever she has the chance (complete with the handwritten notes from the designers themselves, because Kim will not rest until everyone knows she’s “made it”). We admit that her collection of clothing is much more refined than ours was at that age — and sadly, probably more than ours is today, especially considering her entire presence at yesterday’s show was a spur-of-the-moment thing — and await the day when little Nori rebels against mom and dad by wearing sweatpants and oversized tees everywhere.

To remind you of just how advanced her style is, take a look at some of her best on-to-go looks and try to figure out how to get your own closet up to speed.

[Photo Credit: Splash News]

Source: North West Was a Style Icon Long Before Her Paris Fashion Week Debut

10 LGBT Films Every (Gay or) Straight Person Should Watch

data-content-uri="mgid:wordpress:mtvn_gallery:vh1.com:435805-435810"
data-flipbook-content-uri="mgid:wordpress:mtvn_gallery:vh1.com:435805"
data-flipbook-item-index="0"
>

View Photo Gallery



With Pride, a film about gay and lesbian activists who come to the aide of families affected by the 1984 UK miners’ strike, storming into theaters with positive fanfare and critical accolades, it may easily find its way among the top LGBT films out there today. For those who might scratch their head when it comes to queer cinema — yes there’s more than Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal in Brokeback Mountain — it’s time to catch up! While the list of the best gay films is a long and debatable one, we rounded up 10 essential movies that everyone — gay or straight — should watch.

If you haven’t already, check out the trailer for Pride, which is in select theaters now.

[Photo Credit: Miramax Films, Focus Features]

Source: 10 LGBT Films Every (Gay or) Straight Person Should Watch


Tags