Magazines often retouch photos to remove red eyes and blemishes. However, some beauty and fitness magazines go too far by removing signs of age, adding muscles, and altering other physical characteristics.
Most actors will look back on their big movie roles with fondness and pride, but that's not always the case. These stars are not fans of the movies that they starred in and they have no problem talking about it.
Sometimes fame comes without saying a word. It must be nice to live the life of some of these pets.
Character actors are easy to recognize even if the name momentarily escapes. Vastly underrated, the best ones refuse to settle into defined character types. Keep an eye out for these actors because they will not always be in supporting roles.
Plenty of us frequently get told that we look just like a famous star. However, having a celebrity doppelganger isn't just reserved for us normal folks. Even the celebs themselves sometimes have a fellow star who they resemble.
Because she is a reality TV star, Kim Kardashian's every move is recorded, watched, and critiqued by many. Like everyone, Kim sometimes makes bad decisions. But because of her fame, she just can't seem to get past her most embarrassing fail moments.
Although their siblings may have stolen the limelight, these not-so-well-known people are impressive in their own right. Although they steered clear of Hollywood, these super siblings became successful in different fields.
Orange Is the New Black exploded onto the scene, and soon the Netflix series was all that anyone could talk about. The lives of the various inmates and guards at an all-female prison provided delicious drama, and it was based on a true story! These behind-the-scenes tidbits spice up the show even more.
Television was a man's world in the past, but it's clear that women are taking over in 2014. These female showrunners are some of the biggest names in the teleivision industry, and they are who we have to thank for the hours of laughing, crying, and gasping we experience each week.
There is no shortage of actors turning against their own work citing it as bad. The reasons include contract disputes, interpersonal conflicts, and disagreeing with subject matter. Most of the time it seems the audiences agree with the actors.