Looks like we have the next installment of Wedding Crashers, and this time Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez are starring. Last night Bieber and girlfriend Selena Gomez were walking on the beach in Malibu when they heard ”One Less Lonely Girl” playing at the reception.
TMZ reports Justin snuck up on some guests who were understandably surprised. He then hopped on the mic saying, ”We just crashed it. We heard a party so we decided to just come. So let’s party.”
Bieber and Selena stayed for 10 mins and posed for some pics. Also check out the video on TMZ.
Is that arrogant of Bieber just to storm the party, or is that just a cool and memorable event for the happy couple?
Anyways, here’s a classic scene from Wedding Crashers. We couldn’t resist.
Bradley Cooper gained two important things from shooting his upcoming hyped summer comedy flick The Hangover.
The first being his now refined Yoda-like knowledge of throwing the perfect bachelor party- which he says should include condoms, a muppet, and lots of ice.
But the second, and by far gaining the most buzz, is Cooper’s promotion of a lifetime from a working actor, to well, a movie star.
Only, if you ask the humble 34-year-old North Philly about the hype, you’ll suddenly be hauled back down to earth.
“I don’t feel any of that and maybe I should,” Cooper tells andPOP modestly, trying to keep the excitement at bay. A failed attempt, considering Warner Bros. Entertainment already gave the green light to a sequel in 2011 even before the current film hits theaters on June 5.
“I will admit this though,” he says, “I do have a bigger role in the movie than usual which I really liked.”
It’s not exactly the Oscars (the trophies are made of golden popcorn, after all) but “Wedding Crashers” was the big winner at the 2006 MTV Movie Awards on Saturday night.
The blockbuster comedy took home three awards including Best Movie, Best On-Screen Team and Breakthrough Performance, according to E! Online. Owen Wilson and a M.I.A. Vince Vaughn took home the On-Screen Team Award, while Isla Fisher ? the movie’s sex-crazed nutcase ? won for Breakthrough Performance.
“For some people, playing a bipolar nymphomaniac may have been a challenge, but for me, I think I just played myself,” she said in her acceptance speech.
Coming in second for most awards was gay-cowboy-extravaganza “Brokeback Mountain.” Jake Gyllenhaal won the Best Performance Award, but also picked up the Best Kiss Award on behalf of himself and absent co-star Heath Ledger.
All awards were decided by fan votes, both online and through text messaging.
The show, hosted by Jessica Alba, features performances by Christina Aguilera, AFI, and Gnarls Barkley. It will air June 8 on MTV Canada, starting with the pre-show at 8:30 p.m. EST.
Here’s the full list of award winners:
Best Movie: Wedding Crashers
Best Performance: Jake Gyllenhaal, Brokeback Mountain
Best Comedic Performance: Steve Carell, The 40-Year-Old Virgin
Best On-Screen Team: Vince Vaughn & Owen Wilson, Wedding Crashers
Best Villain: Hayden Christiansen, Star Wars: Episode III–Revenge of the Sith
Breakthrough Performance: Isla Fisher, Wedding Crashers
Best Hero: Christian Bale, Batman Begins
Sexiest Performance: Jessica Alba, Sin City
Best Fight: Angelina Jolie & Brad Pitt, Mr. and Mrs. Smith
Best Kiss: Jake Gyllenhaal & Heath Ledger, Brokeback Mountain
Best Frightened Performance: Jennifer Carpenter, The Exorcism of Emily Rose
mtvU Student Filmmaker Award: Joshua Caldwell (Fordham University), A Beautiful Lie
Jane Seymour, best know as Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, is returning to the small screen.
WB Network president David Janollari announced Thursday that Seymour, 54, will star in a new sitcom called “Modern Men”.
The series, which will debut on The WB midseason, is about three men who seek the aid of a blunt-spoken life coach to help them with romance and women. Seymour will play Dr. Stangl, the female coach who helps the childhood friends improve their relationship skills.
“Modern Men” also stars Josh Braaten, Max Greenfield, Eric Lively, Marla Sokoloff and George Wendt. It is produced by Jerry Bruckheimer.
Seymour is a five-time Emmy nominee and has won two Golden Globes, including one for “Dr. Quinn.” She has not had a regular television role since that show ended in 1998.
Seymour can currently be seen on the big screen in Wedding Crashers, alongside Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn.