Jake Gyllenhaal has cut off his luscious locks for his new movie role. Gyllenhaal,30, will be playing a police office in the upcoming film End of Watch, alongside Michael Pena. Gyllenhaal and Pena, were seen shooting promos for the movie in Cali last week.
Source – Us Weekly
Actress Reese Witherspoon has tied the knot once again. The Oscar winner married boyfriend Jim Toth at thethe Ojai Valley Inn & Spa in Ojai, CA. The venue was surrounded by police who were there to block non-invited guests from gaining access to the wedding.
The pair exchanged vows Saturday evening, in front of about 100 guests, including Renee Zellwegger, Alyssa Milano, Salma Hayek, Robert Downey Jr. with his wife, Susan, and Tobey Maguire.
According to Us Weekly, Reese wore a Monique Lhuillier gown. The couple swapped wedding bands designed by jeweler William Goldberg.
A huge tent set up in a field behind the main house kept the guests safe from the elements of the chilly, outdoor ceremony, while rustic-themed decor and oodles of flowers helped bring the outside in. Wedding planner-to-the-stars Yifat Oren did the honors, CelebrityBrideGuide. com’s Christina Simpson told E! News.
The wedding party included Witherspoon’s 11-year-old daughter Ava and 7-year-old son, Deacon.
Witherspoon and Toth started dating in December 2009 and got engaged in December 2010.
It looks like Taylor Swift might take Lil Wayne‘s crown for most album copies sold in one week. Swift’s highly anticipate album has been flying off the shelves and even though the exact numbers aren’t in yet, Billboard.com projects that Speak Now could have the biggest release since 50 Cent’s Massacre album sold 1,141,000 units in March 2005.
The media, and Swift’s fans, have assumed that the motivation for this album has been her recent connections with John Mayer and Taylor Lautner.
Here’s what Swift had to say bout her album:
“It took two years to make this album, and at some point in the process, I made the conscious decision to write it by myself,” she said. “With this album, it’s been such an emotional process. I’d have nightmares in the middle of the night that Rolling Stone hated it. I was really nervous about it, because taking this on, you’re taking a lot of ownership of whether people like it or don’t.”