Jeffrey Mayer/WireImage(LOS ANGELES) -- Looks like Drew Barrymore will be able to use her daughter's hand-me-downs! The actress has revealed that she's expecting another girl.
While accepting Beauty Inc.'s Newcomer of the Year Award, for her cosmetics line, Flower, the pregnant actress let the information slip.
"I am so proud to accept this in celebration of women, including my daughter and my future daughter," she said during the ceremony, according to People magazine.
Last month, Barrymore, 38, confirmed that she and her husband Will Kopelman are expecting their second child. Their daughter, Olive, is 15 months old.
"I was an only child, and it was lonely," she told InStyle magazine earlier this year. "Some people love it and thrive on the independence, but I want my kids to have other kids around. Maybe two kids so they can run around life together, roll their eyes at their parents together like Rusty and Audrey Griswold from [National Lampoon's] Vacation."
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ABC/RANDY HOLMES(LOS ANGELES) -- Sofia Vergara's mix of beauty and wacky humor has made her the highest paid actress on television, reportedly pulling in $30 million last year from her work on Modern Family and endorsements for Kmart and CoverGirl.
But despite her comedic on-camera persona, Vergara says she also considers herself a businesswoman.
"I'm not ashamed to say I love making money," she told Glam Belleza Latina in its winter issue. "I like business, and the truth is I save way more than I spend. I invest. I plan for the future. I have a special eye for opportunities and work harder than anyone might expect. It is fun to shock people with my business ideas. Most people just see me as Gloria."
Vergara adds that she's been working hard since she was 17 and always had ideas for businesses that she wanted to start. Her business acumen is something that Vergara said she has used in the past to add a few extra zeros to that paycheck.
"I think that the concept of being sexy and smart is difficult for many to grasp," she said. "Most people are more comfortable with the notion of sexy bimbo. And I have to admit that I've capitalized on that to negotiate a couple of times, when the 'smart ones' think I have no idea what I can deliver, and I end up costing them more."
With all her success and admiration, Vergara still knows how to cut loose and celebrate how far she's come.
"I celebrated my 40th birthday in Mexico by flying 100 of [my family] in from Barranquilla, Bogotá, Miami and Los Angeles, and we spent a week partying like crazy," she said. "My family is what keeps me going, is my engine, what makes me happiest. For the Emmys, I invited 20 of them, and we all went together to the ceremony and the parties and had the best time."
Discovery Communications, Inc(CHICAGO) -- Oprah Winfrey is gearing up to celebrate her 60th birthday, a hallmark in anyone's life. The media mogul won't turn the big 6-0 until January 29, but she's already speaking out about her big day.
"I'm alive, healthy, strong. I'm turning 60, and -- please don't take offense -- I no longer have to be concerned about what anyone thinks of me!" she declares in the January issue of O, The Oprah Magazine.
"I'm turning 60 and I've earned the right to be just as I am. I'm more secure in being myself than I've ever been," adds Oprah.
Perhaps Oprah is so secure with her nearly 60-year-old self because she's accomplished so much in six decades. Still, the CEO of OWN TV feels her highest achievement has been "never shutting my heart down."
"Even in my darkest moments -- through sexual abuse, a pregnancy at 14, lies and betrayals -- I remained faithful, hopeful, and open to seeing the best in people, regardless of whether they were showing me their worst," she continued. "I stayed open to believing that no matter how hard the climb, there is always a way to let in a sliver of light to illuminate the path forward."
The January issue of O, The Oprah Magazine -- where Oprah names Sue Monk Kidd's The Invention of Wings as the latest pick for her book club -- hits newsstands nationwide December 17.
Brad Barket/Getty Images for Tony Awards Productions(LOS ANGELES) -- Tom Hanks always seems to transform into the characters he plays onscreen, but in Saving Mr. Banks, his resemblance to his character, Walt Disney, is uncanny.
According to the actor, 57, it wasn't an overnight transformation. Not only did he grow his own mustache, but he also spent two days poring over archival recordings at Disney's family museum in San Francisco.
"I spent like six hours there each day," he told ABC News Radio at the premiere of the movie, which hits theaters Friday. "I looked at every piece of video and heard every piece of audio and looked at every piece of artifact that was there."
The two-time Academy Award winner said that this job was especially stressful, because he was playing the creator of Disney, in a Disney film, on the Disney lot. Bob Iger, Disney's CEO, even called Hanks personally to say how important the movie was.
"Anytime you are playing someone real, you have to have a philosophy going for as much authenticity as you can," Hanks said. "It is kind of like playing Teddy Roosevelt or playing Carl Sandberg. You are a mixture of myth and record. You don't want to screw that up. You try to live up to it."
Hanks' performance in the film, which centers on the real-life story of how Disney convinced Mary Poppins author P.L. Travers to let him adapt her book into a movie, has garnered some early Oscar buzz, though Hanks said he wasn't paying much attention to it.
"If there is, that's great," he said. "I'll take your word for it."
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DISNEY/ABC/Bob D'Amico(LOS ANGELES) -- For the fourth year in a row, Disney's Anne Sweeney has been named the most powerful woman in entertainment by The Hollywood Reporter.
Sweeney is the co-chairman of the Disney Media Network and president of the Disney/ABC Television Group, which ABC News is a part of. She tops the publication's annual list of 100 most powerful women in the industry.
Other women on the list include Jacqueline Hernandez, 47, the chief operating officer of Telemundo Media (60th on the list); Ellen DeGeneres, host of The Ellen DeGeneres Show (45th); Debra Lee, chief executive officer of BET Networks (24th) and Shonda Rhimes, creator of Scandal and Gray's Anatomy (41st on list).
E.L. James, the author of the Fifty Shades of Grey series, J.K. Rowling, who wrote the Harry Potter series and Suzanne Collins, who wrote The Hunger Games trilogy, share the 95th spot.
The list also honors music stars Miley Cyrus, Taylor Swift, Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry and Beyonce (all tied for the 68th spot), as well as actresses Sandra Bullock, Melissa McCarthy and Jennifer Lawrence (tied at number 11).
Here is a look at the women who round out the list's top spots:
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iStock/Thinkstock(LOS ANGELES) -- The nominees for the 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, honoring the best performances in film and TV in the past year, were announced Wednesday morning.
12 Years a Slave leads the film nominees, with four nods. For television, AMC's Breaking Bad, which wrapped up its run earlier this year, scored the most nominations, also with four, followed by ABC's Modern Family, 30 Rock, Boardwalk Empire, Game of Thrones, Homeland and The Big Bang Theory, all ofwhich each earned three nominations.
The Weinstein Company was the studio to receive the most nominations for its films, with at seven nods, with Fox Searchlight Pictures right behind them at five nods. On the TV side, HBO led all networks with 13 nominations, with AMC and Showtime trailing at five.
Rita Moreno is set to receive the highest award from the Screen Actors Guild, the 50th SAG-AFTRA Life Achievement Award.
Rizzoli & Isles star Sasha Alexander and Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. star Clark Gregg announced the nominees at the Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles. The 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards will simulcast on TNT and TBS on Saturday, Jan. 18, 2014.
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Motion Pictures Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading RoleBruce Dern, NebraskaChiwetel Ejiofor, 12 Years a SlaveTom Hanks, Captain PhillipsMatthew McConaughey, Dallas Buyers ClubForest Whitaker, Lee Daniels' The Butler
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading RoleCate Blanchett, Blue JasmineSandra Bullock, GravityJudi Dench, PhilomenaMeryl Streep, August: Osage CountyEmma Thompson, Saving Mr. Banks
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting RoleBarkhad Abdi, Captain PhillipsDaniel Bruhl, RushMichael Fassbender, 12 Years a SlaveJames Gandolfini, Enough SaidJared Leto, Dallas Buyers Club
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting RoleJennifer Lawrence, American HustleLupita Nyong'o, 12 Years a SlaveJulia Roberts, August: Osage CountyJune Squibb, NebraskaOprah Winfrey, Lee Daniels' The Butler
Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture12 Years a SlaveAmerican HustleAugust: Osage CountyDallas Buyers ClubLee Daniels' The Butler
TelevisionOutstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or MiniseriesMatt Damon, Behind the Candelabra Michael Douglas, Behind the CandelabraJeremy Irons, The Hallow CrowRob Lowe, Killing KennedyAl Pacinno, Phil Spector
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or MiniseriesAngela Bassett, Betty & CorettaHelena Bonham Carter, Burton and TaylorHolly Hunter, Top of the LakeHelen Mirren, Phil SpectorElisabeth Moss, Top of the Lake
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama SeriesSteve Buscemi, Boardwalk Empire Bryan Cranston, Breaking Bad Jeff Daniels, The Newsroom Peter Dinklage, Game of ThronesKevin Spacey, House of Cards
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama SeriesClaire Danes, Homeland Anna Gunn, Breaking Bad Jessica Lange, American Horror Story: Coven Kerry Washington, Scandal Maggie Smith, Downton Abbey
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy SeriesAlec Baldwin, 30 Rock Jason Bateman, Arrested DevelopmentTy Burrell, Modern FamilyDon Cheadle, House of LiesJim Parsons, The Big Bang Theory
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy SeriesMayim Bialik, The Big Bang TheoryJulie Bowen, Modern FamilyEdie Falco, Nurse Jackie Tina Fey, 30 Rock Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series Boardwalk Empire (HBO) Breaking Bad (AMC) Downton Abbey (PBS) Game of Thrones (HBO) Homeland (Showtime)
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series 30 Rock (NBC) Arrested Development (Netflix)The Big Bang Theory (CBS) Veep (HBO) Modern Family (ABC)
Sag Awards Honors for Stunt EnsembleOutstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Motion PictureAll Is Lost Fast & Furious 6 Lone Survivor Rush The Wolverine
Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Comedy or Drama SeriesBoardwalk Empire (HBO) Breaking Bad (AMC) Game of Thrones (HBO) Homeland (Showtime) The Walking Dead (AMC)
Screen Actors Guild 49th Annual Life Achievement AwardRita Moreno
Nino Munoz/NBC(NEW YORK) -- The Sound of Music and the sound of football got TV viewers' attention last week.
NBC’s live broadcast of Carrie Underwood’s performance in a new TV version of the 1964 movie The Sound of Music attracted more than 18 million viewers.And in case you missed it the first time, NBC will re-air The Sound of Music Live! this weekend, reports EW.com. The encore presentation will air Saturday at 8 p.m. Eastern time.
Meanwhile, broadcasts of three football games and an NFL pre-game kickoff program were among the top 10 primetime programs for the week of Dec. 2-8, according to the Nielsen Company.The most-watched program for the week was NBC's coverage of the Carolina Panthers-New Orleans Saints game, which was seen by more than 19 million people.NBC averaged the most viewers of any network in primetime last week. CBS was second, followed by Fox, ABC, Univision, the CW, ION Television and Telemundo.In this week's ratings news, Monday night’s conclusion of the two-part Bonnie and Clyde miniseries on A&E, History and Lifetime attracted 7.4 million viewers across all three networks. That’s a 25 percent drop-off in total viewers from Sunday night’s part one.Here are the top 10 primetime network and cable programs for the week of Dec. 2-8, according to the Nielsen Company:1. NFL Football: Carolina at New Orleans, NBC, 19.07 million2. The Sound of Music Live!, NBC, 18.62 million3. The Big Bang Theory, CBS, 15.63 million4. NFL Football: New Orleans at Seattle, ESPN, 15.5 million5. Sunday Night NFL Pre-Kick, NBC, 15.22 million6. The OT, Fox, 14.61 million7. NCAA Football: Ohio State vs. Michigan State, Fox, 13.9 million8. NCIS, CBS, 12.59 million9. The Voice (Tuesday), NBC, 12.14 million10. The Voice (Monday), NBC, 12.03 million
Nino Munoz / FOX(LOS ANGELES) -- Demi Lovato's past struggles with alcohol and cocaine and her three-year rehab stint are already well-known, but The X Factor judge revealed even more details about her addiction to Access Hollywood this past Monday.Lovato recalled her struggle with addiction while a teenager, telling the entertainment show, "I couldn't go 30 minutes to an hour without cocaine and I would bring it on airplanes," adding, "I would smuggle it basically and just wait until everyone in first class would go to sleep and I would do it right there. I’d sneak to the bathroom and I’d do it."Lovato also reveals to Access Hollywood that she became so good at covering up her addiction that even her mother Dianna, who suspected her daughter might be using drugs, believed her when Lovato insisted she wasn't.
Dianna admits, “I didn’t actually see her, so when she said, ‘Oh no, there’s nothing going on. I’m not using, I’m not drinking, I wasn’t doing any of these things,’ Why was I not to believe her?”The X Factor judge and singer says she hit rock-bottom when she was 19 years old.
She tells Access Hollywood, “I was going to the airport and I had a Sprite bottle just filled with vodka and it was just nine in the morning and I was throwing up in the car."
She adds, "I had a moment where I was like, ‘Oh my God… that is alcoholic behavior. [It’s] no longer, I’m young and rebellious and out having fun, it was, wow, I’m one of those people…I gotta get my s**t together.’”Lovato also opened up to Access Hollywood about her eating compulsion.
"I started overeating, compulsively overeating," she admitted. "I would bake cookies and then eat the whole pan...It was just this crazy battle going on inside me. It got really difficult. I would throw up and it would just be blood and it was something that I realized if I don't stop this, I am going to die."Lovato is now 21 years old and clean and sober. Her struggle to recover is detailed in her book, Staying Strong: 365 Days a Year.
Kevin Winter/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Angelina Jolie has had her wings clips by the Federal Aviation Administration, the New York Post reports.
The Oscar winning actress and amateur pilot apparently failed to put through some required paperwork for her red and white Cirrus SR-22 before its airworthiness certificate expired.The paper reports her team applied for a renewal but missed the June deadline, rendering the $360,000 aircraft undocumented.
Despite this, the plane has taken to the skies in Montana as recently as October -- but it's not certain who was behind the stick.
Art Streiber/NBC(NEW YORK) -- Law & Order: SVU actor Dann Florek has turned in his badge after 18 years with the Law & Order franchise.
The actor, who played Captain Don Cragen for 15 consecutive seasons on SVU, tweeted about his departure on Monday writing, "Friday was the last day 4 Cragen/Florek. It was a sweet send off! But he'll live on in syndication land 4 evah!"...
Columbia Pictures(NEW YORK) -- Is Andrew Garfield bagging out of The Amazing Spider-Man 4?
Last summer, Sony surprised fans when the studio announced the comic movie reboot would be spun into four, not three films -- with the final two movies slated to be released in 2016 and 2018. However, in an interview with Yahoo!, series star Garfield doesn't seem to be on the same page.
"I mean I'm under contract for another one after this," the actor says of The Amazing Spider Man 2. "As far as a fourth one? That's not anything to do with me."
The second film in the series opens in May of 2014.
William Volcov/Brazil Photo Press/LatinContent/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- Paul Walker’s remains have been transported to Forest Lawn cemetery in Hollywood Hills, Calif., at the request of the Fast and the Furious series star's family, the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office confirmed to ABC News.The family will now decide on how he will be laid to rest. TMZ reports an intimate memorial service featuring just family -- including Walker's extended family, his F&F cast and crew -- will be invited. A second event, larger, but still invitation only, is reportedly also a possibility, according to the gossip site.Walker died on Nov. 30 when the 2005 Porsche he was riding in crashed and then erupted in flames after striking a light pole and tree.The coroner’s office told ABC News last week that two different doctors did autopsies on Walker and friend Roger Rodas, who was driving the car at the time of the crash. They found Rodas died on impact, with Walker dying “maybe” a few seconds after from the combined effects of the impact and the fire. "Both deaths have been ruled by the coroner to be accidents," the coroner said.Meanwhile, the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Office announced on Tuesday a second arrest related to the theft of a piece of the car in which Walker and Rodas were killed. As expected, 25-year old suspect Anthony Janow surrendered to authorities on Tuesday. Janow was booked, remanded and freed the same day after posting $60,000 bond. Janow was reportedly driving the car that sped from the scene after his passenger, 18-year-old Jameson Witty, allegedly snatched the Porsche's T-top roof cover from a truck that was transporting what was left of the destroyed vehicle.Witty was booked at Santa Clarita Valley Station last Thursday and released the following day after posting $20,000 bail. He posted now-deleted pictures of the red panel to his Instagram account, and later apologized for his actions via the same site after his arrest.Both men were charged with felony grand theft, tampering with evidence, and delaying/obstructing a peace officer. They face a maximum of four and a half years in jail.The suspects were ordered to appear in San Fernando Court on Jan. 3, 2014.Meanwhile sources close to Walker’s family tell TMZ that “stunt experts” have visited the crash site and reported back to the family a theory that the car may have crashed after riding over plastic markers in the street, which caused it to hydroplane. According to the website, the experts have told the family that a car going at a high rate of speed will lose traction after hitting a series of plastic markers called Botts’ Dots.Law enforcement sources tell TMZ they have not determined the exact cause of the accident.In other news, Deadline reports Universal is apparently still hoping to make its July 11, 2014 release date for Fast & Furious 7. Production of the film was postponed indefinitely after the crash and has yet to resume. Extensive reworking of the film is expected to explain the loss of Walker's character, Brian O'Conner.Copyright 2013 ABC News Radio
Karwai Tang/WireImage (NEW YORK) -- It’s a boy for Kate Winslet.The Oscar winning-actress, 38, and her husband, Ned Rocknroll, welcomed a son on Dec. 7 in Sussex County, UK, her rep confirmed to ABC News.“Mother and baby are doing great,” the rep said.This is Winslet’s first child with her husband of a year. She has two other children, Mia, 13, and Joe, 9, from previous marriages. Both of them live with her.“Of course, they have lovely relationships with their dads, but they don’t go and live with them for a week and come to me for a week and go to their dads for a week,” she told Vogue magazine earlier this year. “They’ve always been with me. They don’t go from pillar to post. They’re not flown here and there with nannies. That’s never happened.”She also refuses to hire a housekeeper or a cook to help her care for her family, though she acknowledged that she knows she could.“I choose not to because that is not what I want my children to be exposed to,” she said. “I remember my mother cooking, and that’s being a parent, and that’s what I want to do.”Copyright 2013 ABC News Radio
Paramount(LOS ANGELES) -- America’s favorite anchorman is back with his starched suit, camera-ready hair and that baritone voice. And now, Will Ferrell is revealing the man who helped bring Ron Burgundy to life: veteran anchorman Mort Crim.In the new issue of Rolling Stone magazine, Ferrell says he found inspiration while watching Crim in a Lifetime documentary on pioneering journalist Jessica Savitch.“At one point, they were talking to this anchor, Mort Crim, who was basically saying, ‘I was an (profanity) to her,’” Ferrell told the magazine. “What made me laugh was watching him. He still spoke like this…He still used his on-camera voice.”“Well you have to understand,” Crim explained of his behavior in the documentary about Savitch. “That I was a typical traditional 1972 male chauvinist anchor.”Crim, 78, who co-anchored with Savitch at KYW-TV in Philadelphia, says he “did not take any offense” at Ferrell’s comedic interpretation of himself.“You know comedy and satire and parody is nothing but taking a grain of truth and stretching it out to an absolutely ridiculous conclusion,” the retired anchorman told ABC News. “And I think that’s what they have done very skillfully in Anchorman, and I enjoyed it immensely.”Now an author and voiceover artist, Crim says the movie holds true to life as a journalist in the 1970s.“I think they’ve done an excellent job of taking some real situations, some real tensions that existed and squeezed the humor out of them,” he said.This weekend, the real anchorman is heading to New York City for the premiere of Anchorman 2 and is set to meet Ron Burgundy for the first time.“Not only will it be my first time to meet Will Ferrell, but more importantly, it’ll be his first time to meet me,” Crim quipped.
ABC, Inc.(LOS ANGELES) -- In a far-ranging interview in the new issue of Playboy, Ben Affleck admitted he didn't think he was the right choice to play Batman/Bruce Wayne in the upcoming Man of Steel follow-up, which is currently titled Batman vs. Superman.
"I told them I didn't see myself in the role and I was going to have to beg off," the Oscar winning actor confessed.
However, he changed his mind.
"They...asked me to look at what the writer-director, Zack Snyder, was doing. The stuff was incredible. It was a unique take on Batman that was still consistent with the mythology. It made me excited. All of a sudden I had a reading of the character. When people see it, it will make more sense than it does now or even than it did to me initially," Affleck said.
As for that initial Internet reaction to the casting announcement -- which was nuclear, and overwhelmingly negative -- Affleck said he'd been prepared.
"I expected that...Warner Bros. told me, 'You should know what you’re getting into.' They showed me the reactions to other folks who had been cast in these roles. They said this is how it tends to play out initially," he said.
Candidly, the star copped to a frequent slight made by the fanboy set: that he already did a disservice to a different comic hero, Daredevil in a 2003 film of the same name.
"I understand I'm at a disadvantage with the Internet," the Argo director explained.
"If I thought the result would be another Daredevil, I'd be out there picketing myself," Affleck laughed. "Why would I make the movie if I didn't think it was going to be good and that I could be good in it?"
The actor's portrayal of "The Man Without Fear" apparently still haunts him as much as the fanboys online.
"The only movie I actually regret is Daredevil," Affleck said. "It just kills me. I love that story, that character, and the fact that it got f**ked up the way it did stays with me. Maybe that's part of the motivation to do Batman."
There was one saving grace of the film, he said: his co-star Jennifer Garner, now his wife and the mother of their three children. Incidentally, the pair met on another critically panned film, Pearl Harbor.
"We fell in love on Daredevil," Affleck recalled, before joking, "By the way, she won most of the fights in the movie, which was a pretty good predictor of what would happen down the road -- my wife, holding swords and beating the living sh*t out of me."
And will the couple ever re-team on the big screen? Don't hold your breath, the Oscar winner says.
"Well, my wife and I made Pearl Harbor and Daredevil. With our track record, I don't know if anyone's looking for a three-quel," Affleck quipped.
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