01:59 PM EDT 11/11/2013
Originally posted 11/07/2013 06:30PM
Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin famously keep their relationship under wraps, but the elusive couple made a rare public appearance Tuesday in the name of art – and friendship.
Paltrow, 41, and Martin, 36 – who celebrate their 10-year wedding anniversary next month – walked arm in arm through the Los Angeles Natural History Museum to view works by their good friend Rob Reynolds at the opening of his exhibition celebrating the 100th anniversary of the L.A. Aqueduct.
An eyewitness says the couple – parents to Apple, 9, and Moses, 7 – were "clearly enjoying each other's company" as they laughed, drank and chatted with fellow guests, including Jack Black and his wife, Tanya Haden.
Originally posted 11/01/2013 07:15AM
Gwyneth Paltrow has reached the point where she could not care less what her detractors think of her – a defiance she punctuates with expletives several times in a frank new interview.
"The older I get, I realize it doesn't matter what people who don't know you think. It doesn't matter. You're wasting your energy," PEOPLE's 2013 Most Beautiful Woman tells the British magazine Red's December issue.
"It's like, if your partner comes to you – or your best friend – and says, 'Listen, I want to talk about something you did that hurt me, or I think you could improve,' sit down and listen to what they have to say. But some friend of so-and–sos – it's like, who gives a s–––?"
Originally posted 10/16/2013 02:45PM
There are few actresses who seem like they could excel at anything, and Sandra Bullock is one of them. So when the Gravity star appeared on The Jonathan Ross Show and rapped part of Sugarhill Gang's "Rapper's Delight," it didn't come as much of a surprise – just another reason to love her.
But Miss Congeniality is not the only star in Tinseltown to boast some serious rhyme-spitting skills. Anne Hathaway, Gwyneth Paltrow and Rebel Wilson have all proved they're no wallflower behind the mic.
Originally posted 10/15/2013 02:00PM
Martha Stewart has spoken out about Gwyneth Paltrow – and she seemed far from sold on the Oscar-winning actress's lifestyle business ambitions.
In a frank appearance on Bloomberg Television Tuesday, Stewart, 72, openly wondered whether Paltrow, 41, has the domestic prowess she promotes on GOOP, the successful online lifestyle publication and shop she launched in 2008, as well as in her most recent best-selling cookbook, It's All Good.
"I haven't eaten at Gwyneth's house, and I have never seen how she lives," Stewart said. "But, if she's authentic, all the better – and I certainly hope she is. She really wants to be part of the lifestyle business."
Originally posted 09/18/2013 12:00PM
The star gets a little graphic on the talk show for the second time in a year
Originally posted 08/26/2013 02:00PM
The British actor Simon Pegg is godfather to Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow's 9-year-old daughter Apple. In turn, Martin is godfather to Pegg's 4-year-old daughter Matilda.
It's been a joy, Pegg tells PEOPLE, but sometimes difficult to reciprocate certain gestures.
"[Chris] sang a song for [Matilda] in Berlin when she was born," Pegg said, with still-apparent awe, last week at the Los Angeles premiere of his latest film, The World's End. "He dedicated one of the songs, and I was really chuffed about it."
Originally posted 06/26/2013 06:25PM
Strip in the name of love.
Gwyneth Paltrow's latest film PEOPLE's World's Most Beautiful Woman shows off why she took home top honors.
In Thanks for Sharing, the 40-year-old mother of two plays Phoebe, a woman dating sex addict Adam, played by Mark Ruffalo. Struggling with balancing their relationship with Adam's recovery, a scantily-clad Paltrow steals the trailer with a sexy scene.
"Hey baby, you wanna dance?" Paltrow says as she shimmies in a black bra and underwear, showing off her Tracy Anderson-approved physique.
Originally posted 05/20/2013 04:45PM
The star helps trainer Tracy Anderson develop a new delivery meal service
Originally posted 05/03/2013 12:55PM
A megalomaniacal terrorist unleashes a rash of bombings across the United States. Innocent people die. A nation reels in horror. No, these aren’t the latest headlines – they're the set-up of the latest Iron Man movie, already igniting controversy.
For some viewers, that plotline about a terrorist known as The Mandarin (Ben Kingsley) cuts too closely to the Boston Marathon bombing allegedly carried out by the Tsarnaev brothers earlier this month. It certainly caused a hush to fall over the crowd at the film's glitzy Los Angeles premiere at the El Capitan Theatre last week.
The film's stars addressed the issue at a press conference last week, with Don Cheadle (who plays Col. James Rhodes) stressing that the film was finished well before the bombings earlier this month, and that there is no political agenda.
"The job of this film is to entertain," he said. "That's what we're hoping to do."
Originally posted 05/02/2013 11:00AM
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