It’s a joyful day for the royal family.
Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, are expecting their second child together. The handsome couple and parents to one-year-old Prince George are over the moon about baby number two. But according to the NY Daily News, Kate Middleton is currently being treated for severe morning sickness at the palace, a residence of the British Royal Family in London.
The British Prime Minister and a few other royal affiliates have congratulated the couple via Twitter. Mazel tov!
Reese Witherspoon has no problem speaking out about what she believes in, and her new film Wild gave her a plateau to speak her mind about female sexuality. According to Reese, not only was this role the most physically challenging, but it gave her the opportunity to have a frank discussion about sexuality with her 15-year-old daughter.
In an open discussion about the film at Glen Gould studio, the actress revealed:
“It’s such an important message about female sexuality. We kissed that guy or we had sex with that dude in college. We’re totally ashamed of so many things. I think this movie says, ‘That’s OK. Maybe I was meant to sleep with all those guys. Maybe I wanted to. Maybe if I could go back and do it all again, I’d do the same thing.’ It’s a total liberation, especially for young women.”
Wild is scheduled to hit theaters on December 5.
James Franco is not happy with Gawker.
Last month, Franco released his adaptation of Cormac McCarthy’s Child of God, starring his pal of ten years, Scott Haze. A subsequent article in the New York Times mentioned they were sharing an apartment in Brooklyn together while they starred in a pair of plays in New York. Gawker then ran a piece with the headline: “James Franco is living with a man,” insinuating that because they were roommates in New York, Haze was playing the role of “live-in boyfriend.”
Franco blasted back on IG (sort of) by posting the pic above of the Gawker headline with the caption:
“GAWKER – always getting the cutting edge, homophobic scoop!!! Go see CHILD OF GOD in theaters and see me direct my live-in boyfriend, SCOTT HAZE!!! Love you SCOTT!!!!”
In an interview at the Venice Film festival, Franco added:
“I don’t care if the press is gay or straight. When did you have to face criticism for having a roommate? I don’t understand that! And there were like… eight people living in that house, so to make a story about that—I don’t care, but it just shows how petty Gawker is. It’s ridiculous.”