George Clooney’s Manny, aka Matt Damon, Brings His Twins Out to Meet Jimmy Kimmel’s Audience

October 25, 2017

George Clooney stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday night to chat about his new movie Suburbicon, but as it usually happens with new parents, the conversation quickly turned to the actor’s kids. George welcomed twins Ella and Alexander with his wife, Amal, in June, and asked Jimmy’s audience if they wanted him to bring the little ones out to make their TV debut. After the crowd excitedly cheered, Matt Damon, aka George and Amal’s “Manny,” walked out pushing two strollers. “So, based on your physique, I guess your breastfeeding the children, too?” the host teased his longtime frenemy. Matt then had the last laugh when he went to reveal the kids, only to pull out his two middle fingers. “There they are – right there,” he said. “This is Screw and this is You.” Oh, boys. We love this immature and hilarious bickering way too much.

Meet the New Celebrity Babies of 2017

October 6, 2017

So many celebrity couples welcomed babies into the world this year. Some, like George Clooney and Amal Clooney, became parents for the first time, and others, such as Beyoncé and JAY-Z, added to their families. While we’re still awaiting a few more exciting arrivals, meet all the new celebrity babies of 2017 – so far!

Meet Ali Fazal, the Incredibly Sexy Actor From Victoria and Abdul

September 27, 2017

Ali Fazal is stepping into the spotlight with his starring role in Victoria and Abdul, but this certainly isn’t his first brush with fame. Not only has the Indian actor been in countless Bollywood films, but you also might remember him for his role as Ramsey’s friend Safar in Furious 7. His impressive résumé aside, we can’t deny that the 30-year-old is also pretty easy on the eyes. Whether he’s suiting up for film festivals or he’s posting sexy selfies on Instagram, you will not doubt swoon over these gorgeous photos.

Meet Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr, Serena Williams’ baby girl

September 13, 2017

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Meet Bill Skarsgard, the Guy About to Terrorize You as Pennywise

September 9, 2017

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Bill Skarsgard is the hot man behind the horrifying face of clown makeup in the remake of Stephen King’s It, and we don’t even feel weird about being attracted to him. Sure, he’s playing one of the most iconic supernatural villains of all time, but Bill IRL seems kind of great. While you may have noticed him as Matthew in the Divergent film Allegiant, he’s popped up all over the place. With the release of It finally upon us, get the scoop on what you need to know about the up-and-coming actor.

  1. He’s Swedish, in case you couldn’t tell. Bill was born in Vällingby, a suburban area outside of Stockholm, Sweden.
  2. He comes from a famous brood. Those icy looks run in the family; Bill is the younger brother of Alexander Skarsgard, famous for True Blood and Big Little Lies. Their father is Stellan Skarsgard, a longtime actor who you may recognize from Good Will Hunting, Thor, and the Pirates of the Caribbean movies. Alexander was initially worried about Bill coming to LA in pursuit of being an actor, but Bill ended up booking a major role in a month and a half.
  3. In fact, there are more Skarsgards than you think. Bill has five full siblings (Alexander, Gustaf, Sam, Eija, and Valter) and two half-brothers, Ossian and Kolbjörn. That’s a lot of Christmas gifts to buy.
  4. He’s been in creepy stuff before. Though his performance as Pennywise will undoubtedly haunt us forever and ever, It isn’t Bill’s first foray into horror. He starred on all three seasons of Netflix’s Hemlock Grove as Roman Godfrey. He knows his way around the supernatural. Then again, that show never had a killer clown.

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  1. His breakthrough role was playing a man with Asperger’s syndrome. Bill starred in the 2010 Swedish film Simple Simon as a young man with the developmental disorder. He was nominated for a Guldbagge Award, which is basically the equivalent of a Swedish Oscar.
  2. Bill had big dreams of traveling the Trans-Siberian railroad. In an interview with his father, Stellan inquired about why Bill chose to act after graduation rather than stick with his initial plan of traveling. “The main reason why I didn’t really pursue acting early was because I thought people would say, ‘Yeah OK, here comes another one, he’s been fed on a silver plate of course he’s an actor,'” Bill said. “You know as well as anybody else you don’t just ‘get to’ play parts, you need to prove yourself.”
  3. He got his driver’s license at 26 years old. It wasn’t until Bill had been in Canada and America for a few years that he thought to get a license.