Scott Eastwood

Where you've seen him: Gran Torino

Scott Eastwood has a famous last name (though he didn’t start using it until 2009). But it took an “article” in Buzzfeed titled, “Holy Crap, Clint Eastwood’s Son Is Super Hot,” to let the rest of the world know—the female population in particular—that Clint’s 27-year-old son did indeed exist, and bears a striking resemblance to his legendary dad. The viral attention paid to the younger Eastwood’s shirtless photo session created a bit of a stir, which eventually led to his name being put on the short list of actors to replace Charlie Hunnam in 50 Shades of Grey. Though that didn’t happen, producers are capitalizing on Eastwood’s newfound fame, and 2014 will prove to be his busiest year yet. Among the five films (and counting) he’s got on the horizon are Bruce Macdonald’s The Perfect Wave, Jae Thomas’ Walk of Fame, Charles Burmeister’s Mercury Plains, Daniel Petrie Jr.’s Dawn Patrol, and David Ayer’s Fury, which he’s currently shooting with Brad Pitt, Logan Lerman, and Shia LaBeouf. Will Scott be able to maintain the same near-60-year staying power as his dad? Only time will tell. In the meantime, we’re sure you’ll see plenty of Scott’s face—and now-famed abs—in the year to come.

Gabriella Wilde

Where you've seen her: Carrie

British model-turned-actress Gabriella Wilde caught the attention of Hollywood earlier this fall when she revived the role of Sue Snell (a part made famous by Amy Irving) in Kimberly Peirce’s Carrie remake. Modeling since the age of 14 (when she was discovered by Naomi Campbell), the spotlight is nothing new to Wilde, who has appeared in ad campaigns for Burberry, Topshop, and Abercrombie & Fitch. Though she’s the rare actress who doesn’t actively court attention (perhaps due to her aristocratic upbringing), her face and talents are about to become familiar to a whole new audience in 2014, when the 24-year-old resurrects another iconic teenager: Jade Butterfield, the privileged teen caught in an intense relationship in Shana Feste’s Endless Love remake (Brooke Shields starred in the 1981 original).






Carole Maroule Demesmin Biography


Carole Maroule Demesmin is considered as one of the legendary performers of Haiti. Her first album, Carole Maroule, was released in the late 1970s. Later she released some other hit albums in 1980, 1987 and 1998. She along with few others of her generation was the first to break through the cultural barrier that had made it difficult for women to work as professional singers or musicians.

Music of Demesmin is a unique blend of jazz and folk infused with percussive Vodou rhythms played on drums, rattles, conch shells, and gongs. The story of past and present of Haiti is found in her songs.

Carole Maroule Demesmin was born in the city of Leogane, Haiti. She went to schools for her early education in Port-au-Prince and Leogane. She moved to Boston in late 1960s after a short stay in New York for three months. In Boston Carole Maroule Demesmin first came in contact with a cultural group and met a prominent Haitian writer Jean Claude Martineau who wrote most of her early songs.

Demesmin sang songs of Jean Claude Martineau in her first two albums, Carole Maroule and Carole Men Rara, before she pursued her education at Berkeley College of Music in 197os. She won hearts of the crowds in her first concert in Boston where she sang Maroule for the first time.

In quest to know about the Haitian culture, Carole Maroule Demesmin returned to Haiti in the 1980s. She showed her interest in Vodou, the Haitian way of life. She spent a lot of time to discover the history of the Nation and the black. She took lectures in different colleges and universities in Haiti where she shared her experiences. Carole Maroule Demesmin is a singer who is still popular to people of all classes and all ages.


Kim Kardashian Reveals She's 'Excited' About 'Small And Intimate' Wedding To Kanye West In Paris

Kim Kardashian may be the most photographed woman on the planet, but she insists her wedding to Kanye West won't be a media circus as she is looking forward to having a "small and intimate" ceremony in Paris this year.

It seems the 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star has learned from her past mistakes following her elaborate 2011 wedding to Kris Humphries, which saw her file for divorce just 72 days after the televised wedding.

Now Kim - who also eloped with music producer Damon Thomas when she was just 19-years-old - is keen to avoid the same fate when she marries Kanye this year, as she insists her upcoming nuptials will be an understated affair. 

"We’re having a super, super small, intimate wedding," she explained to Ryan Seacrest on his US radio show, "As we’re going along we’re realising that we just want it to be small and intimate."

While Kim remains mum on the date of the ceremony, she did confirm that she will tie the knot in Paris, following rumours earlier this year that the couple had been viewing possible venues in the French capital.


Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are set to tie the knot in Paris (WENN/Alberto Reyes)

She added: "It’s in Paris but I’m not saying when."

Kim also says she is looking forward to expanding her family and giving her daughter North some siblings, despite suffering a difficult pregnancy last year.

"I’m loving being a mum, I never thought I would say that," Kim admitted. "For some reason when I got pregnant I was so scared."

She added: "I went into this so scared of every last thing pregnancy meant and motherhood and the responsibility."

While the brunette beauty is keen to have more kids, she insists she won't be following in the footsteps of her mother, Kris Jenner who birthed her and five siblings.

" I definitely want to have more but I’m definitely not going the route my mum did, she is crazy," Kim explained adding, "I don’t think I can do more than 3 tops, that would be my absolute tops."

Kim even revealed she contemplated having just one child, however she would feel guilty to deprive North of having a large family.

She joked: "I even contemplate should North just be an only child but then I remember all the Christmases and all of the fun experiences I had and I might just have to tough it out."

Something tells us North won't be the last child for Kim and Kanye!

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Hollywood stars descend on London for BAFTA awards

The UK's top film awards, the BAFTAs, have taken place in London, with the space thriller Gravity having been named best British Film. British actress Helen Mirren received a special award honoring her career.


Hollywood stars descended on London's Royal Opera House Sunday evening for the British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs), hosted for the ninth time by actor Stephen Fry.

The first award of the night was for best British film, with space thriller "Gravity" beating "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom," "Philomena," "Rush," "Saving Mr Banks" and "The Selfish Giant."

"Gravity" fitted that category, as it was filmed in the UK with groundbreaking visual effects made in Britain. Director Alfonso Cuaron is pictured above on the left.

The film, starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, led the nominations with 11 in total, just ahead of "12 Years a Slave" and "American Hustle", each running in 10 categories.

British director Steve McQueen's unflinching "12 Years a Slave," based on a true story about a man kidnapped and sold into slavery, was the winner of best film overall.

"The biggest thing about this event is being in London town. I was born here ... I am so proud," McQueen said on the red carpet before the event.

McQueen missed out on the best director award, which instead went to Cuaron for "Gravity."

Australian Cate Blanchett claimed the best actress award for her part in Woody Allen's "Blue Jasmine," while the prize for best actor went to "12 Years a Slave" leading actor Chiwetel Ejiofor.

British actress Helen Mirren was presented with the British Academy Fellowship, honoring a career that has included her role as a detective in the TV series "Prime Suspect" and her Oscar-winning portrayal of Queen Elizabeth in the 2006 film "The Queen." Britain's Prince William presented the award.

The awards are seen as an indicator of success leading up to Hollywood's Oscars, which are set to take place on March 2