Jon Hamm is opening up about how working at a restaurant taught him to treat people correctly, and how everyone in Hollywood should do the same.
“Working in a restaurant is a good life lesson for anybody,” the 46-year-old recently expressed in an interview with Wealthsimple. “My friend used to say no one should be able to work in Hollywood if they haven’t worked in a restaurant… you quickly learn what a difference a little bit of kindness and common courtesy can make for people.”
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“It’s important to know how to treat people, and to learn how to respond when someone you’re working with is having a bad day,” Jon continued. “Understanding other people’s problems is the cornerstone of the service industry, and it’s essential as an actor. Or whatever field you’re in.”
Pictured: Jon being silly while posing for a photograph with Jenny Slate at AT&T AUDIENCE Network’s “Off Camera with Sam Jones” 100th Episode Celebration held at The Paley Center for Media on Wednesday (April 26) in Beverly Hills, Calif.
Also in attendance at the celebration was Cindy Crawford and her hubby Rande Gerber, as well as Sam Jones himself.
Luke Evans is so hot in this latest throwback photo!
“Twilight much? Once you go Drac you never go back. #fangsforthememories #TBT #DraculaUntold,” the 38-year-old Beauty and the Beast star captioned the photo from his Dracula Untold days, complete with sexy fangs. Dracula Untold was released back in 2014.
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Luke‘s a definite must-follow on social media for all his photos and fun updates.
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Sylvester Stallone‘s three gorgeous daughters got a ton of support at their harper By Harper’s BAZAAR May issue cover celebration held on Wednesday (April 26) at the Mama Shelter Rooftop in Los Angeles.
20-year-old Sophia, 18-year-old Sistine and 14-year-old Scarlet were accompanied by their father Sylvester, 70, and their mother Jennifer Flavin at the bash presented by Sephora.
Also in attendance to show their support was Joey King, Lydia Hearst, Max Carver, Sophie Simmons, Victoria Justice, Delilah and Amelia Hamlin, Debby Ryan, Danielle Campbell, Emily Robinson, Laura and Vanessa Marano, Lili Reinhart, Madeline Carroll, Amanda Steele, Shawn Ross and JustJared.com‘s very own Jared Eng.
FYI: Sistine is wearing a Chanel dress. Joey, Debby and Lili are all carrying a Edie Parker clutch.
was protested by some animal rights activists this weekend in Las Vegas. She was at the grand opening of Sugar Factory when a bunch of protesters rushed the red carpet. Kylie
wasn't wearing fur at the time, but they were apparently protesting her past fur looks.
Goldie Hawn is featured in the latest issue of Interview magazine and being interviewed by her daughter Kate Hudson for the feature!
Here’s what the Snatched actress had to share with the mag:
On taking a 15 year break from Hollywood: “Because I believe that life is about doing. It’s about changing. It’s about transitioning. I can’t imagine, as a human being, not being able to grow. When I turned 50, I asked some of my girlfriends, all actresses of the same age, ‘What are we going to do now?’ I wanted to go live somewhere for a while, learn archaeology, or take part in healing the world on some level. I wanted to dig deep and say, ‘Who am I now? What do I have to offer? What do I have to learn?’ I started learning about the brain, psychology. And after 9/11, I decided, ‘I know what I’m going to do.’ I ended up writing two books and creating MindUP. It’s now in Jordan, Serbia, the U.K., America, Canada, Hong Kong. I never looked back. I never wished to be acting again. I was so engaged.”
On advice she’d give to young actors: “I believe you have to start with a craft; you don’t just start with a dream. You’ve got to put a lot of work in. If you want to pursue acting, then you go to acting class. If you want to be a dancer, then you learn to dance, which is what I did. If you want to be a ventriloquist or join the circus … When you’re young, you start looking at what you want to do—not just who you want to be, but what you want to do. And I think the tenacity to say, “I’m going to perfect that,” is the beginning of a work ethic. It’s the beginning of a talent. I would say, “Perfect what you do well. Branch out and learn how to do other things. Dreams sometimes don’t work out. But what will carry you through your life is the authenticity of who you are. Start with learning how to hammer a nail into a piece of wood. really good at it. Learn what it is to sweat. Learn what it is to fail. Learn how to take rejection. Don’t personalize it.”
For more from Goldie, visit InterviewMagazine.com.
Charlie Carver puts his biceps on display for the new June 2017 cover of Attitude magazine.
Here’s what the 28-year-old actor had to share with the mag:
On initially resenting his father for being gay: “In the way that sons and fathers can have beef regardless of [sexual] orientation, it was just something where I wanted to be able to define myself, set my own rules, and I felt like I had all of a sudden someone who I was gonna be forced to become, and I didn’t wanna be like him.”
On how his father’s sexuality eventually helped him come to terms with his own: “I think he taught me, in the way that he lived his life, that your sexuality doesn’t define you. It’s an important part of who you are, but he had such a rich life… And I think because I was frustrated by what I would call some of his own internalized shame, that it almost became this challenge to really get to the bottom of that quickly, for me. It kind of propelled me into being louder and brasher and more experimental. And I think that hurt his feelings sometimes, but I think he was also grateful.”
On making the decision to publicly come out: “I didn’t really give a f-ck at that point because, for me, not that I was living under duress, but I’d said to myself if I can’t do this when I’m young, I’m not sure I wanna stay in this business. I think the world is changing, representation is changing, and I wanted to be a part of that and I wouldn’t wanna be in this business if I couldn’t be a part of that.”
For more on Charlie, visit Attitude.co.uk.
The 2017 NFL Draft is coming up later tonight and it’s a huge event in the sports world!
This year, the first round of the draft will take place today (April 27) and will start at 8pm EST. The first round will air on ESPN and the NFL network.
Teams will get 10 minutes each to make their first round selection. Expect lots of trades and surprises tonight!
The draft will continue on Friday (April 28) and Saturday (April 29).
You can live stream the event on ESPN, or by logging into the NFL Network app.
Click inside to see the first round draft order…More Here! »
Joseph Fiennes was asked about portraying the late, great Michael Jackson on Sky Arts’ Urban Myths, which caused a lot of controversy, and was eventually cancelled.
“It’s good that people stand up for [what they believe], and I’m all for that. I’m all for that discussion, and it means a lot to me and my fellow actors to talk about casting, getting it right, getting it wrong, and then if there’s a mistake, to examine that mistake and talk about it. Maybe the controversy is good if it brings about discussion. But it is satire. It’s a 20-minute sketch, and it’s lighthearted,” Joseph told Vulture.
“It’s funny, because not so long ago, there was an SNL sketch where an actress played Michael Jackson and no one batted an eyelid,” Joseph continued. “It’s no less offensive than anything on SNL. That’s the level of offense.”
“If it comes anywhere near that criminal and hateful sensibility, then I’m deeply regretful and embarrassed, but there’s a part of me that would love people to see it and get into a discussion. I’d love to sit down and examine that as a subject. But that is abhorrent, and if it treads anywhere near that, then it’s good that it’s shut down…No. In life, you can’t avoid getting into hot water. It’s all lessons and learning. As an actor, you take on roles, and nobody has seen it, so nobody can even have the full comment because they haven’t witnessed it,” Joseph continued. “But it’s all about discussion, and I’m up for having a debate, talking about it, and not shying away from it. If it brings about debate and helps change things for the good, then I’m all for it.”