Beyonce is spotted rocking a skin-tight yellow jumpsuit on Day 3 of her music video shoot for her new single "Girls (That Rule the World)" at the beach in Los Angeles on Wednesday (April 13). Check out some pics from Day 1 and 2 of the shoot here and here.
A snippet of Bey's new single - which samples 2009 cult dance track Pon De Floor by Major Lazer - actually hit the web yesterday. MTV describes it as a "feisty club-thumper about the power of being female":
"Love it how we're smart enough to make these millions, strong enough to bear the children, then get back to business," she sings. "Please, you better not play me. Oh, come here, baby/ Hope you still like me, if you pay me."
Here's some behind the scenes footage of Jordana Brewster on the set of her photoshoot for the May issue of Maxim magazine. Here's a few snippets from her interview:
You're our first Ivy League cover model. Do you think Yale is proud of you?
"Oh, yeah. I'm hoping to be on some dorm room walls over there."
Let's talk Fast Five.
"This movie is bigger than all the others. The Rock—I always call him the Rock, but, you know, Dwayne Johnson—plays a federal agent hunting down Dom, Brian, and Mia. That's Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, and me."
Fast Five hits theaters on April 29. Check it out!
*6 Jordana Brewster pictures total in the gallery:
Sharif Atkins is spotted shooting every actor's dream scene on the set of White Collar in New York on Wednesday (April 14). The pic - and another of Willie Garson - were tweeted by the show's executive producer Jeff Eastin; he wrote: "@SharifAtkins having fun on set today."
Look for Season 3 of White Collar to return to USA on June 7. Star Tim DeKay told the New York Post that the new season of the show is shaping up to be a great one:
"We pick up on the same day of the explosion -- but again, the writers have done a great job of making it like a poker game. These guys, who really like and respect each other, are having a great time playing poker, but neither one will reveal their cards first. And the writers have been able to get that relationship right back on track to where it was."
Richard Gere is seen on the set of his new film Arbitrage in New York's Central Park on Wednesday (April 13). Al Pacino was originally attached to the film, but was replaced by Gere.
Directed by Nicholas Jarecki, the film follows a troubled hedge fund manager "who is desperate to sell his trading empire and pull the eject cord from the business with his huge earnings intact. Trouble is, his gains have been mostly ill gotten and he’s really looking to ditch the place before anyone discovers the massive fraud he’s been perpetrating. And then he makes a careless – and violent – mistake that has even bigger ramifications."
Kim Kardashian and her mom Kris Jenner are spotted at Santa Monica Beach filming a commercial for Skechers on Tuesday (April 12).
Kim and her mom have represented the brand's line of "Shape-ups" fitness shoes since last November. After announcing the new partnership on her blog, Kim wrote:
"I am so excited to announce that my mom and I have teamed up with Skechers USA and are the faces of their fab new Shape-ups collection!!
"We are both thrilled to be joining the Skechers family to help promote health and wellness. As you guys know I am constantly on the go! While I was in New York I found it impossible to find time to work out (it was hard to even find a gym, LOL) so I was looking for ways to stay in shape and Shape-ups have already really impacted my fitness routine for the better."
Beyonce is seen filming the music video for her new single "Girl" under a freeway overpass in Los Angeles on Tuesday (April 12). The singer was also spotted filming in the Mojave Desert on Monday. Check out those pics here.
"Girl" is expected to be the first single off Bey's much anticipated fourth album, which drops this summer. She told MTV that her new album will be influenced by music across all genres:
"I'm not in a box. It's not R&B. It's not typically pop. It's not rock. It's just everything I love all mixed together in my own little gumbo of music."
Check out video some eagle-eyed snapper took of Beyonce on set:
NASCAR star Joey Logano is spotted on the set of the A&E series The Glades at Homestead-Miami Speedway in Florida on Monday (April 11).
Also spotted on set Monday were drivers Brian Vickers, Carl Edwards, and Tony Stewart. Judging by his tweet, Vickers thinks he's the best actor out of all the drivers: "Back from the speedway. Great time filming The Glades. I do however, think I have the best scene of all the drivers! Stay tuned."
Best scene or not, sounds like he did a better job than Logano. His bosses at Home Depot Racing tweeted: "Apparently @JLogano doesn't like to stick to the script, keeps ad-libbing his lines"
Check out a behind-the-scenes video of Vickers on set: