Thursday, May 14, 2009

Gael García Bernal In Paper Magazine (Pictures)


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Matthew McConaughey and Levi at the beach

Robert Pattinson: Camera Shy Birthday Boy!

Robert Pattinson: Camera Shy Birthday Boy!

The Twilight star celebrates turning 23...



Robert Pattinson appeared to have had enough of being the centre of attention as he left his birthday bash in the early hours of Thursday morning.

The Twilight hottie celebrated turning 23 at Global Grill and Satay Bar in Vancouver, after a long 12 hours spent filming studio-based scenes for New Moon.

Rob arrived at around 9pm and was shortly followed by co-stars Kristen Stewart, Ashley Greene and Jamie Bower amongst other crew members.

A refreshed-looking Rob was immediately ambushed by fans as he emerged from the restaurant at 1am.

After posing for a few pictures, he was escorted to a waiting taxi and covered his face as it sped off to his hotel.
























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Zac Efron @ 17 Again Tokyo Press Conference




































ETA: Zac's appearance on John Barrowman's Tonight's The Night



ETA2: Some video of Zac arriving and at the press conference (he talks about swine flu scanning)



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Jonah Hill Does Spencer Pratt




Check out an early preview from an upcoming June feature with Night at the Museum star Jonah Hill in Harper’s Bazaar, on stands next May 19.

In a hilarious photo spread, the curly-haired comedic movie star pretends he is Spencer Pratt from The Hills. It’s all in good fun, spoofing on common activities that The Hills cast does in the show — lunching, shopping, clubbing, etc.

Of the photo, shopping at Kitson, Mr. Hill quips, ” Shopping is my life. My life is shopping. If Kitson became a country, I would pack up my belongings, move there, and apply for citizenship.”

As for the photo on a red carpet of a Hollywood club, Jonah says, “It’s like, I can’t go to a club with my lady and walk down a red carpet without the paparazzi snapping away. It’s a nightmare.”







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