We Need a Second to Catch Our Breath After Looking at Jennifer Aniston’s Sexy Black Gown

Jennifer Aniston always looks red carpet ready, even if she’s just attending an engagement party. The actress attended Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Falchuk’s star-studded engagement party at the Los Angeles Theater.

We Need a Second to Catch Our Breath After Looking at Jennifer Aniston’s Sexy Black Gown

While Gwyneth opted for a gorgeous oxblood gown by Giambattista Valli, Jennifer opted for the complete opposite of the color spectrum. Jen wore a classic black gown that showed of her toned physique. She styled the sexy dress with ankle-strap heels and a matching black choker. Read on to see her full look and buy a similar version of her gown if you choose.

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  • Publisher: POPSUGAR Fashion
  • Date: 2018-04-15T11:55:44-07:00
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Quite a lot has been going on:

Is black-tie engagement party really a surprise wedding for Gwyneth and Brad?

Ryan Murphy is throwing a black-tie engagement party for Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Falchuck this weekend, Page Six has exclusively learned.

The dress code had some showbiz insiders buzzing that the event could be a surprise wedding. We hear that 400 friends, family and Hollywood A-listers are expected.

Valentino fashion fixture Giancarlo Giammetti sparked speculation of the secret nuptials when he posted an image of the couple on Instagram on Friday and wrote: “These two beauties inside and out get engaged tomorrow!!! All my best wishes my dear @gwynethpaltrowand @bradfalchuk love you and miss not to be there with you!!!”

Comments back included: “I think she was keeping this a secret lol” and, “Does he mean they get married?”

But we’ve also heard rumors Paltrow and Falchuck will actually walk down the aisle later this year in the Hamptons.

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  • Publisher: Page Six
  • Date: 2018-04-13T20:48:36+00:00
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56 Rotten Movies We Actually Love

Because sometimes all you need is a good bad movie, here are 56 that Rotten Tomatoes staff have no problem confessing we love! Yep, we’re going to bat for films that go splat. Everything here is ordered from almost-Fresh to super-Rotten — staff picks of bad movies that we love for different reasons. Some are underappreciated gems, some grew finer with age, and some are simply so bad they’re plain awesome.

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#4Boomer nostalgia for the 1950s and 1960s apparently ran its course with adults by the time The Sandlot came out (“Bring on That ’70s Show!” they cried from their VW Westfalias), but there’s no shortage of ’90s kids who’ve adopted this as a movie mascot of their generation. It’s about the simple joys of a typical childhood: rowdy sports, poolside crushes, neighborhood tall tales, and treehouse s’mores. Detractors criticize Sandlot‘s slack pacing, but those into its rhythm find a movie that feels like a long, carefree dog day of summer. Return to Oz (1985) 57%

#5For anyone who left The Wizard of Oz disappointed that their kids weren’t quite terrified enough by the flying monkeys, this sequel is for you ‘ seriously, we still have nightmares about ‘wheelers’. Oz is a far bleaker place in this ’80s fantasy starring Fairuza Balk as Dorothy, a young teen sent by her auntie to a sanitarium to forget all that ‘nonsense’ that (maybe) happened in the original. It’s almost Lynchian at times. Spaceballs (1987) 57%

#8The Wes Anderson movie that feels the most labored and heavy: apparently, it’s a nightmare shooting at sea, or when given excessive freedom at Cinecitta, the Rome studio of Federico Fellini fame. The Life Aquatic overcompensates for its narrative drift, which means once all formal film expectations are thrown out, you get to luxuriate in the movie’s visual design, punk soundtrack, and relentless insistence to turn Bill Murray into a maritime fashion icon. Deep Blue Sea (1999) 56%

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