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by Mouza   /   05.17.2018   /   0 Comments Gallery Update, Interviews, News, Photo Sessions

I want to get just a taste of the upcoming season, and I have it on good authority that one of you has trouble keeping secrets.

Bell: Loose Lips Danson!

Danson: That’s absolutely true. I’m impossible. So let me guess: You probably want to know about what’s in store for our group of humans, who, last we saw them, were down on Earth pursuing their second chances. And Michael and Janet are monitoring them …

Bell: I think we can reveal that, metaphorically, this next season is about how you can play chess with people who don’t know you’re playing with them and doing so in a way that doesn’t affect the greater universe.

Danson: What she said. [Laughs]

Bell: Because our characters don’t know there’s a greater mission. We’re meandering on Earth. What I loved about that whole last episode from Season 2 was that it summed up everyone’s yearly existence from Jan. 1 to March 1. You make resolutions. You’re going to be a better person. You’re going to work out more. You’re going to eat broccoli. And by March, none of that is happening. You saw it with Eleanor. She vows to change, and then she gets bored.

So now we are all left on Earth separately. And what we learned from the first two seasons is that our strengths come when we’re together. But can Michael and Janet tamper with us without affecting the universe? [More at Source]

by Mouza   /   04.15.2018   /   0 Comments Gallery Update, Photo Sessions, Public Appearances

Kristen attended the launch party for This Bar Saves Lives on Thursday (April 5) at Ysabel in West Hollywood, California. Kristen is one of the brand’s co-founders and she was joined by business partners Troian Bellsario, Patrick J. Adams, Ryan Devlin, Todd Grinnell, and Ravi Patel. Every time one of the company’s bars are sold, it donates life-saving nutrition to a child in need. Over 3.5 million nutritional packets have been donated to date, enough to impact over 270,000 lives.

Head to the gallery for photos of Kristen during the press conference and her shoot to promote the brand.

   
 

by Mouza   /   11.23.2017   /   0 Comments Gallery Update, Photo Sessions, Video

Kristen is part of the new Whole Foods Market campaign for the holidays! Check out the videos with Kristen then head to the gallery for some photos from the campaign.

   


by Mouza   /   11.01.2017   /   0 Comments Gallery Update, Interviews, Photo Sessions

Mila Kunis once delivered quite the inadvertent shock to her UPS driver.

The star of A Bad Moms Christmas opened up to PEOPLE for this week’s issue about an incident shortly following the birth of now-11-month-old son Dimitri Portwood, when she’d left her front door unlocked.

“My UPS guy is really sweet, and I’ve had him for years, and he always [just] drops off the package, but you can see him through the glass window,” she tells PEOPLE. “At one point, I was just shirtless, because I was hot. I was just with my baby, and I was three days postpartum, so it still was like [I was] pregnant.”

“I was just like, ‘Hey.’ Didn’t even think about it, naked, skin-to-skin with my baby,” recalls the actress, 34. “And he just puts the package down and looks up. And I was like … I didn’t even care.”

Kunis admits she “wasn’t really embarrassed” about the slip and “felt more bad for the UPS guy” than herself. “I was like, ‘This is not nearly what you thought you were walking into,’ ” she jokes.

“I think he may have been like, ‘Oh, that’s what they look like?’ You know, a nursing breast and a [non-nursing] breast. It’s just two very different boobs.” [Source]

by Mouza   /   10.27.2017   /   0 Comments Gallery Update, Interviews, Photo Sessions

 

It hasn’t been a good year at the box office — especially for live-action comedies. Over the past 15 months, only three films in the genre — “Bad Moms,” the “Ghostbusters” reboot and “Girls Trip” — were able to crack $100 million in domestic ticket sales.

This is what Suzanne Todd, the producer of “Bad Moms,” has been constantly reminded of in the wake of her film’s success. Yes, the R-rated flick made more money at the multiplex than anyone in the industry had anticipated: $183 million worldwide following its July 2016 release. But given the failure of so many other comedies, what if the film’s success was a fluke? Was it really a good idea to take the risk on a sequel?

“Especially when — gasp! — we wanted to add three stars who were over the age of 35,” Todd said with a laugh.

The first “Bad Moms” followed three mothers — played by Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn — who initially feel inferior to the PTA-attending, bake sale-organizing parents at their kids’ school. But after the trio form a friendship, they relish in their “bad” parenting skills, learning to embrace their supposed imperfections. The sequel, “A Bad Moms Christmas,” adds three bad grandmothers to the mix, those over-35 stars: Susan Sarandon, Cheryl Hines and Christine Baranski — who arrive in town just in time to judge their daughters’ parenting over the holidays.

The second film came together incredibly fast. Following the success of the original, writer-directors Jon Lucas and Scott Moore (the screenwriters who launched “The Hangover” franchise) began working on a screenplay last September — just two months after “Bad Moms” hit theaters. They finished it within a matter of weeks and in December, STX Films announced the sequel was a go. “A Bad Moms Christmas” went into production in April — less than a year after the first one was released — and the movie opens Nov. 1. [Source]

by Mouza   /   10.13.2017   /   0 Comments Digital Scans, Gallery Update, Interviews, Photo Sessions, Video

   

Kristen Bell is a champion multitasker. During this interview, for instance, the actress and mom of two is talking on the phone, eating granola, and driving home after a busy day of filming her NBC comedy, The Good Place. Simultaneously, Kristen is planning out the rest of the day in her head, including a wardrobe fitting, picking up her kids from school, and making dinner, among a thousand other things. She squeezes in exercise the same way: “At work, while I’m running through lines with my fellow actors, I’ll be leaning backward on a chair doing triceps dips,” says Kristen, 37. “At home, when my kids and I are on a walk, and they’re meandering and looking at leaves, I’ll do lunges. I get it in however and whenever I can.” (Here’s how to squeeze in a workout during your lunch break.)

Health is a huge priority for Kristen, who cares deeply about the food she puts in her body and makes being active with her daughters one of her top goals. “To me, being healthy means feeling good about the choices I’m making,” she says. “And most important, it’s about keeping fit mentally and physically. I’m constantly reminding myself that it’s not about my thighs: It’s about my commitment and my happiness level.”

Good thing, then, that Kristen is feeling really happy these days. There’s her thriving career—besides The Good Place, she is starring in the movie A Bad Moms Christmas, in theaters November 3, and reprising her role as the voice of Anna in Frozen 2, which goes into production next year—her #couplegoals marriage to actor Dax Shepard; and her two adorable daughters, Lincoln, 4, and Delta, 2 1/2. She’s also committed to doing good and giving back: Kristen is the cofounder of This Bar Saves Lives, a company that donates a lifesaving nutritional packet to a child in need for every bar sold. (She helped two families get to shelter during Hurricane Irma too.)

Where does she find the hours, let alone the energy, for all that? Well, pasta and pizza definitely help. “Carbs—I love ’em!” she says. But a masterful game plan is also required. Here are Kristen’s secrets for maximizing time—and having a blast along the way. [More at Source]

 

I’ve updated the gallery with stills & screencaptures of last week’s amazing episode of The Good Place. The season is shaping up to be amazing with the plot twists.

   
And on top of that I added some missing files all over the place in movies, photoshoots and additional stills.

   
 

by Mouza   /   08.10.2017   /   0 Comments Gallery Update, Photo Sessions, Public Appearances

I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Kristen attending the #DrinkGoodDoGood Campaign Launch in Los Angeles yesterday.

    

Public Appearances > 2017 > 09 August – 2017 #DrinkGoodDoGood Campaign Launch
Photo Sessions > 2017 > Set 010

by Mouza   /   08.06.2017   /   0 Comments Gallery Update, Interviews, Photo Sessions

   

Throughout July, Bustle’s Comedy IRL package is featuring photo shoots, profiles, and stories of the women in comedy who are using their craft to elevate female voices and speak out on important issues. Comedy is powerful as hell, and we’re toasting the women who prove it. Check out the whole package here.

How can you laugh at a time like this? How can you focus on a TV show when the world is falling apart? Are you seriously cracking jokes when our leaders are making decisions that hurt people? For anyone who deals with dark, twisty, devastating realities by escaping into the warm embrace of the comedy world, these questions should be pretty familiar. And while it may seem like a frivolous endeavor to focus on laughs when the world outside feels like it’s going to hell, it’s OK to need that escape. And no one knows that better than actor Kristen Bell.

“Earth is very angry right now, and there’s no better time to chase comedy, I think,” she says when we speak on the phone in May. She’s squeezing our interview in on a lunch break on the set of her NBC comedy, The Good Place, but her tone isn’t that of someone worried about rushing back to work. Sure, she’s choosing her words diligently, but the conversation feels almost carefree. “People need comedy in their lives to just ease the current stress,” she adds. [More at Source]

by Mouza   /   07.16.2017   /   0 Comments Gallery Update, Photo Sessions, Public Appearances

Kristen & her Frozen co-star Josh Gad were in Anaheim to attend the annual Disney 23 Expo where Disney presents a sneak peek of their upcoming projects and shares with the fans exclusive materials that the rest of us don’t get to see for another 2/3 months. Check out the photos of Kristen at the ‘Disney Animation’ presentation and press line.

   

2017 – 14 July – D23 Expo 2017 – Walt Disney Studios Presentation
2017 – 14 July – D23 Expo 2017 – Press Line
2017 – Set 008