Sandra Bullock has topped Forbes magazine's latest list of the top-earning actresses after making a whopping $51 million between June 2013 and June 2014, thanks to the success of sci-fi thriller Gravity and the buddy cop movie The Heat. Coming in at second and third place are Jennifer Lawrence ($34 million) and Jennifer Aniston ($31 million.) Rounding out the top five are Gwyneth Paltrow ($19 million) and Angelina Jolie and Cameron Diaz (tied at $17 million). Sigh. Anybody want to throw some of that cash our way?
Kim Kardashian made an appearance on last night's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live!, where the talk show host challenged her to a diaper-changing contest. In 90 seconds, each contestant had to change a baby doll's diaper, place the baby into a crib, and then repeat the process with another baby doll until time ran out. At the minute mark, both contestants got so competitive that they started tossing their babies into their cribs when finished. But ultimately, Kim won after she managed to get three babies in her crib.
Lindsay Lohan will soon be giving fans an inside look at her dramatic personal life through her first tell-all autobiography. Lohan has reportedly held a string of meetings with publishing houses to discuss writing the book, and has allegedly promised not to hold back on any details. Most notably, she'll spill the truth about her supposed list of famous male lovers that leaked earlier this year, which mentioned the likes of Colin Farrell, Justin Timberlake, James Franco, and The Wanted's Max George.A source told The Sun, "The stories she promised the literary agents made their jaws drop."
Vince Vaughn is the latest actor rumored to be joining the second season of HBO’s True Detective. TVLine.com reports that Vaughn is in preliminary talks to play one of three leads in the show’s next season. Series creator Nic Pizzolatto previously said that the new seasons will be set in California and will feature “four central roles.” Other names that have been mention in the last month as possible leads include Colin Farrell and Taylor Kitsch.
I'll Follow You Down, 12 O'Clock Boys, Ironclad: Battle for Blood, Live at the Foxes Den, God's Not Dead, Need for Speed, Around the Block, Ping Pong Summer, Oculus and Divergent are all out on DVD today
PRIME TIME TV
CMA Music Festival: Country's Night to Rock on ABC (Highlights of the four-day event feature today's hottest country music stars, including Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Hunter Hayes, Brad Paisley, The Band Perry, Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood; Little Big Town hosts.)
Tosh.0: Shart Attack! on Comedy Central (Something unexpected comes along during Shart Week)
Deadliest Catch on Discovery (An arctic hurricane strikes the fleet; the Cornelia Marie fights sinking; the Time Bandit sees bloodshed; the Northwestern needs repairs)
Hard Knocks: Training Camp With the Atlanta Falcons on HBO (PREMIERE ... Head coach Mike Smith and a roster of 90 players begin training camp in Flowery Branch, Ga.; the team goes through the first week of on-field drills in preparation for the upcoming season)
Dance Moms on Lifetime (The Elite Team attempts to end its losing streak in a competition against the Candy Apples; Abby recruits a former Candy Apple to dance a duet with Maddie)
The Sorrentinos on TV Guide (Mike questions his relationship with Lauren as he starts taking steps to advance his career. Marc takes a DJ gig in Florida)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Colin Firth, Tommy Johnagin, St. Vincent (7/17/14)
Jimmy Fallon: Clive Owen, Nina Dobrev, the Head & the Heart
Jimmy Kimmel: Ted Danson, Eva Green, Jake Owen
Craig Ferguson: Diane Kruger, Brad Trackman
Seth Meyers: Daniel Radcliffe, Neal Brennan, Morgan Spurlock
Daily Show: Helen Thorpe
Colbert Report: James Cameron
Chelsea Lately: Jake Owen, Loni Love, Greg Fitzsimmons, Brad Wollack
Conan O'Brien: Ethan Hawke, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Jamie Scott