When you’re a celebrity, what do you get that special someone in your life?
In case you didn’t know, a cameo is a small role in which a popular celebrity appears on the screen or lends their voice to one of the characters for a brief, often uncredited scene
While some actors cover their silver mane, like, for example, Hugh Jackman and Gerard Butler, others flaunt it like it’s nobody’s business.
Sometimes while watching a movie, we realize that the villains are so much cooler than the good guys that we forget the whole “evil is bad” axiom, and we stan those bad guys as hard as we can.
The term “bromance” originated sometime in the 1990s and is often used to describe a strong friendship or bond between men. The sturdiest bromances are usually created between male celebrities who once worked together and have since been able to develop and maintain their strong friendships.
A celebrity’s life may often seem like a dream, but in reality, it is far from it. They not only fall in love, but also fight, reconcile, and sometimes their paths go in the opposite ways for no particular reason.
For some reason, the public loves hearing about the secret (and not so much) brothers and sisters of their beloved stars. Here are some of the most fabulous celebrity siblings you probably never knew existed.
As you may know, celebrities are also people, and their family lives aren’t always perfect either.
A lot of the time when we watch movies or TV shows we like to think that the actors who play best friends on screen are also besties in real life. However, today we’re going to share with you some celebrities that met on set and actually become best friends in real life.
There’s enough negativity around. So we thought we’d bring some positivity into the world. So here are some of the sweetest celebrity hugs.
It’s hard to not get excited whenever you see footage of these two running into eachother.
Brad Pitt is a great actor when he wants to be and when he puts in the effort. During his long career in Hollywood, he got to play some amazing parts and did a great job. But he’s been in some bad movies too, and this list is just a reminder that not every movie can be saved by Brad Pitt being in it.
Supporting characters usually get a bad rep. They’re often dismissed as a necessary evil and characters that hang around for no other reason than to carry the plot forward. Sometimes, however, supporting actors knock it way out of the park. They completely own their character and steal the screen every time the camera’s pointed at them.