Quentin Tarantino has been somewhat open about his childhood. Raised by a single mother, Tarantino spent the vast majority of his pre-adolescent and adolescent years in Los Angeles, living in a community that was ahead of its time in terms of diversity. It’s this diversity that seems to have informed the vast majority of his work, which has always been big on minority representation. Especially when it comes to showcasing black culture.
In some of the weirder celebrity moments from 2021, Jake Gyllenhaal hit headlines earlier in the year after comments made by the actor bizarrely suggested that he was cutting back on showering. The quotes sparked plenty of discussion online, with stars including Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher also chiming in...
Riiiiiiight: Jake Gyllenhaal Claims His Musty Mysterio Musings About Not Bathing Were ‘Sarcastic And Ironic’
"I don't know what it was," he said during a screening of his upcoming Netflix film, The Guilty. "I answered a question where I was being sarcastic and ironic, and it's followed me around."
Jessica Biel and Beverley Mitchell Both Had Crushes on Their on-Screen ‘7th Heaven’ Brother: ‘There Was No Chance for Us’
There were a lot of kids in the 7th Heaven family. (In fact, as the name suggests, there were seven.) The iconic show followed a large family trying to make it work. The father, Eric Camden, is a reverend, which means he’s always trying to guide his kids down the right path. Behind the scenes, things were a little bit trickier. It turns out, sparks were flying behind the scenes, too. According to The Armchair Expert podcast, Jessica Biel and Beverley Mitchell both had a crush on their on-screen brother while filming 7th Heaven.
For those who weren’t aware, there was an odd trend going around over the summer in which celebrities were being asked in interviews and on social media about their respective bathing habits. Most of the responses were pretty straightforward and boring because, obviously, people know that bathing regularly is essential and no one would rise to A-list status with visible stink lines coming off them. However, Jake Gyllenhaal made raised eyebrows when he was quoted telling Vanity Fair that he finds bathing “less necessary at times” in his adult life.
He was one of the celebrities who came under criticism last month after commenting on their approach to bathing because he said he found “bathing less necessary”. It all started last month during an interview with Vanity Fair in which the 40-year-old actor admitted he had a very lax attitude about his cleanliness and noted that he was increasingly disappointed with the modern shower practices.
Just when you thought you were done forever with the big star bathing debate … here it goes again!. Jake Gyllenhaal picks up on the saga that briefly hit the internet last month when a number of superstars debated showering and bathing. It started when two high profile Hollywood couples – Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell and Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis – weighed personal hygiene in relation to parenthood.
The ‘Nightcrawler’ actor joked about past comments he made about his personal hygiene, where he said that he found ‘bathing to be less necessary at times.’. No need to hold your breath! After Jake Gyllenhaal made headlines in early August, talking about his questionable bathing habits, the 40-year-old actor explained that he was messing around when he told Vanity Fair that he found showering “less necessary.” The actor cleared the air during a press conference for his latest movie The Guilty and let people know that does indeed bathe.
Jake Gyllenhaal is now clarifying comments he made about Hollywood's hygiene debate during an August interview with Vanity Fair. Jake Gyllenhaal is setting the record straight about his now-infamous hygiene habits. The actor addressed his buzzed-about August interview with Vanity Fair — during which he said he finds bathing to...
The conversation surrounding celebrities and their hygiene doesn't appear to be ending very soon following actor Ashton Kutcher and his wife, actress Mila Kunis, admitting in an interview earlier this summer that they shower infrequently and only give their kids when they see dirt on them. Paul Wall is the latest celeb, but presumably the first rapper, to come forward and reveal his limited showering habits.
The conversation surrounding celebrities and their hygiene doesn't appear to be ending very soon. Paul Wall is the latest celeb, but presumably the first rapper, to come forward and reveal non-regular shower habits. During a conversation on Houston's 97.9 The Box radio show, the Texas-bred rhymer explained that he doesn't...
Prince Harry described Prince Philip as a "listener" and said a characteristically direct question created space for him to discuss serving in Afghanistan.
And his wife Tricia Davis have just welcomed a new baby into their home! Davis took to Instagram took to announce the birth of their son, Hugo. The couple already share two children together. “Six weeks ago in the shadow of the Buck Moon ð ð¦ this beautiful human came...
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis were spotted walking outside of a restaurant in Studio City, where they had a nice breakfast date on the morning of Sept. 18. Ashton Kutcher, 43, and Mila Kunis, 38, enjoyed a little alone time on Saturday morning and made sure to look cute in matching tops while they were at it! The actor and actress, who share daughter Wyatt, 6, and son Dimitri, 4, together, wore white T-shirts as they walked outside of a restaurant in Studio City, CA where they had breakfast. Aside from his Richer Poorer shirt, he also wore a baseball cap, black pants, white sneakers, and a red face mask while she wore denim shorts, white sandals, sunglasses, and a black face mask.