2012 and the end of the world has come and gone, but the zombie apocalypse is still circling around the zeitgeist. The newest installment to the undying genre (badum-ch) comes to theaters this June with Brad Pitt at the helm. The latest preview — set to air during this Sunday's Beyoncé concert Super Bowl — jam packs a hot thirty seconds with global zombie havoc, New York City in flames, some really intense horn blasts, and, oh yeah, Brad Pitt (whose rugged middle-aged good looks are apparently brought into greater relief by the threat of imminent death by zombies). If bath salts ever make a comeback and a zombie pandemic does wind up sweeping the globe, it's comforting to know that ol' Mr. Handsome is fighting to save us (sigh...one can dream, right?). Oh, and Brad, love your super-chic bob. So trendy right now!
Sarah Michelle Gellar is the latest actress to lament the lack of strong female roles in Hollywood. Speaking to the Aussie publication Confidential, Gellar talked about how playing everybody's favorite vampire-killing cheerleader early in her career spoiled her.
"The one curse is, as an actor, you get very spoiled read
If you're a fan of art imitating life, raise your hands. Wow! That's way more than we expected. Well, we have some good news. (To those of you that didn't raise your hands, feel free to leave the room now.)
Lauren Graham is joining the cast of the CBS sitcom The Odd Couple, where she'll play the ex-wife of Matthew read