Angelina Jolie sells St. Johns knits in her new print advertisement.
Director Richard Linklater and Zac Efron are shooting Me & Orson Welles on location and they took time out to promote the new film.
You can watch Me & Orson Welles press conference with Richard Linklater and producers Ann Carli and Marc Samuelson.
Heroes Hayden Panettiere graces the cover and pages of Seventeen April issue.
On what she looks for in a guy:
I have to be with someone who’s driven. When they’re not, it becomes difficult. In a lot of relationships, you get in and you spend every waking moment with that person. But I’ve figured out that the healthiest relationship is where you each have your own life, but they meet in a nice point in the middle.
On friends she depends on:
Hilary [Duff] is one of the closer people to me in the business. She’s a very down-to-earth person. She’s humble, very sweet — she’s low-key.
On being loved:
I know myself much better now than I did. And my opinions of things and my morals –- I am not as easily swayed as I used to be. And when you learn to accept yourself, the more you learn to be okay with yourself and know yourself, the easier it is to love somebody and allow them to love you.
Heroes soundtrack will be out March 18, exclusively at Best Buy and a mixture of artists including Bob Dylan, Panic! At The Disco, Wilco, Imogen Heap, Death Cab for Cutie, David Bowie and Brighton Port Authority & Iggy Pop.
The 18-track disc also offers The Jesus & Mary Chain‘s first new studio recording, All Things Must Pass.
RR’s Chris Safos would like to introduce Reserve Result-ers to The Accidental Pundit.
Filmmaker Darren Aronofsky directs Evan Rachel Wood and Mickey Rourke on the set of The Wrestler. It’s a film about Randy “The Ram” Robinson, a 1980s-era pro wrestler, has become a burnt-out shell of his former self. After he has a heart attack during a small-time match, a doctor tells him he could die if he fights again. In an effort to build a new life, Robinson takes a job at a deli, moves in with an aging stripper and tries to build a relationship with her son. But the prospect of a rematch with his old nemesis, the Ayatollah, proves too tempting to resist, even if it means risking his life.