10 Best-Dressed Stars at 2013 Critics Choice Awards

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It’s one fashion-filled week! After Hollywood kicked off the 2013 red carpet season with the People’s Choice Awards on Wednesday, the red carpet was rolled out yet again for the Critics Choice Awards last night.

While celebs went flirty and fun for their fans at the PCA’s, they went eclectic and elegant for their critics, as we were treated to another promising prelude to one of the biggest events of the season — Sunday night’s Golden Globes.

For some of this year’s biggest stars, including Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain and Amanda Seyfried, tonight marked their first big red carpet appearance of the season. Also making their awards season debut were some of the red carpet’s best-dressed regulars — Emily Blunt, Amy Adams and Marion Cotillard.

Like the performances that were recognized, the fashion at the Critics Choice Awards pushed the boundaries to offer something fresh and creative.

Eschewing the expected, last night’s best-dressed winners stepped outside their usual red carpet style zone with both their dresses and their hair and makeup. And they were rewarded for their courage with a best-dressed nod and a confidence boost to carry them into the next red carpet round.

Check out who made our list of the best-dressed stars at the 2013 Critics Choice Awards.

Who wore your favorite look of the night? Share your picks below.

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‘Looper’ Star Emily Blunt Discusses ‘Crap’ Roles for Women and ‘The Redeeming Quality of a Mother’s Love’

In the six short years since The Devil Wears Prada, Emily Blunt has moved from MVP supporting player to top-notch leading lady: her turns in Sunshine Cleaning and The Young Victoria won her critical acclaim, while roles in The Adjustment Bureau and The Five-Year Engagement proved her commercial mettle.

But most importantly, Blunt has flourished with acting challenges often diametrically opposed to one another, establishing her as a versatile and consistent performer who can provide exactly what a film or filmmaker needs. And in Looper, starring opposite Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Blunt plays a young woman struggling with her maternal responsibilities even as she deals with a hired killer who’s willing to use her and her child to ensnare his target: his older self.

Blunt spoke recently with Celebuzz about her work in the film, which arrives on Blu-ray December 31. In addition to talking about the character’s core struggle, she talked about her technique as an actress, and addressed the challenges of finding interesting work in an industry that often doesn’t offer it to even the most talented among its ranks.

Celebuzz: To get started, talk about your initial meeting with Rian, because the movie has such an interesting subtext about parents and children, and a role for you as a mother struggling to come to terms with that responsibility.

Emily Blunt: I think I was so enthralled by the script and how rich in complexity it was, but particularly that last act on the farm where it wound it into being such a, [examination of the] big themes of nature versus nurture, and the redeeming quality of a mother’s love. The redeeming quality of a mother’s love and how vital that can be in a child’s life, and in anyone’s life. And I think that that theme was emanating from every scene in the third act. So I didn’t feel any need to accentuate that or be aware of it. I felt that they were just sort of there. I felt that it wasn’t really much else you could do but just play the scene.

CB: When you’re looking at a script that you might potentially want to do, how important is a thematic idea like that, as opposed to maybe who the character is or what they do?

EB: I think all I want really is a great character and I want a point of view. And I do like the specificity of the backdrop or the idea of a film, because I think things can become kind of wishy-washy and derivative of each other if you don’t have a specific point of view that the director has or that the writer has, and the tone that is specific. So I do definitely look for those things, because otherwise then you’re just playing a character in a wishy-washy backdrop. You’ve got to have something specific so that you know how you should play it and what kind of movie you’re falling into, and what kind of story you are having to portray.

CB: How familiar were you with Rian’s previous work, and how much did Looper catch you off-guard? Particularly because it seems like every movie that he’s made has sort of been a right turn from what he was previously doing.

EB: Yeah. I mean, he’s just completely singular in what he does. I hadn’t seen The Brothers Bloom, and I loved Brick, and I thought it was such an ambitious idea. The thing you can’t fault Rian for is his complete dedication to an idea and to a tone and to a point of view. I mean, he just is so specific. Looper sort of took my breath away with its originality. The dialogue was something I hadn’t heard before, and it didn’t seem like it had been copied from somewhere else. It was so rich in concept, but rich in emotionality as well. I just don’t think those two things go hand in hand. I think a movie can either be fun or not, or kind of complex. I’d never seen one where it can be both.

CB: It seems like even when people totally love a sci-fi movie about time travel, they start trying to deconstruct and understand everything. And the movie kind of sidesteps that by sort of just going, the more you ask questions, the less sense it’ll probably make.

EB: Exactly. Well, I think that for the most part people just went with it and didn’t concern themselves with trying to pick it apart. And if they had picked it apart and done an interview with Rian Johnson, they probably would have ended up with egg on their face because he has been writing this for eight years. It’s something he completely thought out. And so I think you do get the cerebral sci-fi nerd who will kind of try and pick it to pieces, but really the time travel element, at least, was there to serve as a backdrop to create an environment that was really heightened. You can see these characters interact and struggle and try and figure out what they need to do on a basic human level. I mean, I felt that even especially with my section — it felt more like that movie Witness than Blade Runner, you know.

CB: This movie has a “love scene” which I think in another movie would just be a concession scene where these two people get together and they’re clearly falling in love, but Looper addresses it in such a way that it’s like these are two people who kind of need each other – just for a second.

EB: Exactly. I think in other movies, other less sure-handed directors would have been scared of something like that. And I think that the scene was about a basic need of two very lost and lonely people who were very similar in many ways, and very cut off from the world and have chosen to live their lives in that way, in that rather detached way. And I think it was just about a need. It was about a need to be close to someone, to anyone. It could have been anyone. It wasn’t specific to that person, you know.

CB: What’s also great about that is the way that it is even established just with a shot of your hand on the hem of your nightgown. Was that photographed exactly sort of the way it was originally conceived?

EB: Yeah. I mean, that was Rian’s idea he had. He had a shot of my hand on my leg and he just wanted just a small indication of maybe what she’s thinking about. And he’s just so specific, and doesn’t ever bash you over the head with an idea — I think that’s what’s nice about him.

CB: How intuitive versus cognitive are you about the choices that you make in a moment like that? How carefully do you prepare ahead of time for any scene, much less in that one?

EB: I’m not a huge planner. I think I feel more comfortable in a more free-wheeling environment because I like the idea of who knows and who cares and the continuity of it all, because you can capture something really unique in that way. I do very much try and be moment-to-moment and reactionary to whatever is going on. And then I think when it comes to preparing a character, if we’re talking about not working on the day, when it comes to preparing a character I think a lot. And it’s weird. I find it hard to talk about any kind of process, because I don’t really know what it is. I don’t make charts; I don’t really write things down. I just think all the time. It consumes me for a while. And I read books, and I listen to music, and listen to people, especially from that area, because I was playing someone from Kansas. So I listened to a lot of people who were from Kansas and with that kind of accent. So that kind of prep goes into it, but on the day you want to feel like you’ve done none of it. You want to feel like it all just seeped under your skin and it’s just there and this person’s kind of dwelling in you and you shouldn’t be aware of all the work.

CB: You’ve had I think a very unique opportunity to really play so many different kinds of roles. How much do you feel like that is sort of strategy and how much of it is sort of luck?

EB: I think the choices I make are very strategic in that I want to play a variety of different parts. I think I just like the elements of discovering a bag of tricks and not knowing the bottom of the bag. I think that that’s fun for me, that maybe I’ll run out of faces one day, but I’d like to keep trying until I do. I think that the variety that’s on offer out there should be taken advantage of. But I will say one thing – there have been a couple of movies I think changed a lot for me, the main one being Devil Wears Prada. Because it was such a character role — there was nothing leading lady-like about that character. So I think it opened up an enormous amount of avenues for me to go into the more character world and be accepted in that light and seen in that light to the point where I can get offered those kind of parts. I mean, if I hadn’t done Devil Wears Prada I would never in a million years have been given Sunshine Cleaning — play that junky pothead, which is such a character role. I just don’t think I would have been even considered.

CB: How important is the idea of transformation? Is it important to you to get as far away as possible from yourself, or is it more important to maybe find a commonality between a character that might be diametrically opposed to you?

EB: I wonder if all the people I’ve played as sort of various small elements of myself just magnified for the part. Because I think it will always be your personal take on a character. That’s why this job is so incredibly personal, because it is my take on it in a way that another actress would have a different take on it. So I think that it’s impossible to completely detach yourself from a role because it’s your take, it’s your version. But I do believe in the shape-shifting part of it. I don’t just want to play myself in my every day life. So that’s why I believe in discovering maybe a small part of myself and magnifying it so that it feels like a complete shape-shift for that, for that role or for that moment.

CB: How long do you feel like it takes for you to nail down a character, particularly because you can give five takes of every shot and they can edit it and you can be the most hilarious thing in the movie, or you can be the most serious thing in the movie? Do you have to come on the first day and before you shoot a single frame of footage and go, “I know who this character is.” Or can you allow yourself to discover who she is?

EB: It’s funny. I feel like sometimes I read scripts and I have that instantaneous going, “I know exactly how to play this part,” and then other times I’ll read it and go, “Oh, my God. How the hell am I going to do this?” And those are usually the parts that I want to play, because then you’re offered a challenge — and I’m a real sucker for that.  But I feel like you can prep as much as you want and then you’re going to turn up on day one and just do it. I feel it takes me a couple of days to find my feet, because suddenly there’s a ton of people and cameras and the scenes always play out differently from how you expected. But there’s a momentary sort of adjustment period that I think I go through, and you just hope that the first scene that you ever shot of a movie you didn’t mess up too badly because I think after day one everyone just finds their feet. Everybody does. Day one is the worst; I hate it.

CB: But once you get past that, it’s…

EB: Then I’m fine. Then you’re kind of slow boiling and it’s good.

CB: I feel like actresses can sometimes be in a thankless position to be “the love interest” in so many films.

EB: I know. Isn’t it crap?

CB: How tough is it to find roles, and how important is it to find roles that at their core when they’re created are that interesting, as opposed to maybe going, this is maybe a slightly less interesting role but I can bring something to?

EB: I don’t want to do that anymore. I feel like I’ve done that and, you know, in my earlier years of it and I think it can be challenging to find the great female roles. There’s are an ocean of girlfriend parts out there, and I feel like I know instantly as soon as I start reading the script, I’m like, “Nope.” Because you’re just a reactionary role or you’re a nag or you’re the person who’s missing out on all the fun stuff. It’s just not interest – I’m not interested. I don’t have any interest in playing those parts. Those are not the kind of chicks I like to hang out with, let alone play. And that’s why I tend to play in a lot of different genres, a lot of different types of files because it’s all just in search for great characters, great people to play, people interest me.

CB: Sure. Ultimately, how much do you feel like you take away from say a role, not necessarily Looper but just any in terms of being able to sort of apply the life lesson that a character learns to your own?

EB: It’s funny. I feel like I’ve learned a lot from some people that I’ve played and I feel like those people sort of stay with you for a while. I feel like it’s the human experience that you go through every day on a film set — you can’t help but grow and learn, and so I feel like certain characters I’ve played, like Queen Victoria, I was just blown away by her and just so full of admiration of her. And then someone like the character in Looper, that fearless maternal quality, I think that that stayed with me as well in the desire for in the future for me to have children — you draw from her. I drew from my own mother. I think about all those things. So I think whether or not you learn directly from the character that you’ve played, elements of playing that part I think spark off ideas or inspiration in your life and make you think about a lot of stuff.

Watch Celebuzz’ video interview with Looper writer-director Rian Johnson below, and then let us know what you thought of the movie in the comments section!

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Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston Share a Pre-New Year’s Kiss in Mexico (PHOTOS)

Talk about a New Year’s kiss!

And what a year it was for Hollywood’s ‘It’ couple. After Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston met on the set of Wanderlust, traveled the world on romantic getaways, and got engaged in August, the future Mrs. Aniston decided to seal their incredible year with a kiss.

Theroux, 41, took a break from tanning his impeccable abs to steal a smooch with his leading lady — and wife-to-be — while the twosome lounged on their private terrace at an exclusive resort in Los Cabos, Mexico Dec. 28.

The lovebirds of over a year were joined in their tanning session by famous friends Emily Blunt, hubby John Krasinski, funnyman Jimmy Kimmel and his fiancée Molly McNearney for a week-long fun in the sun vacation south of the border.

Aniston, 43, has been showing off her tan – and her sexy beach style — all week long alongside her just as toned, tattooed main man. This time she flaunts her taut tummy in a coral-colored bandeau top and black bikini bottoms, while Blunt, 29, shows off her sleek shoulders in a red halter top bikini.

The happy couples have enjoyed every minute of their trip by soaking up the sun, snacking on Mexican cuisine and cocktails and catching up during these rare off-hours.

The former Friends star jet-sets to Mexico nearly every year during the holidays. Past party pals have included Chelsea Handler, Courteney Cox and even former beaus John Mayer and Gerard Butler.

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Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston Share a Pre-New Year’s Kiss in Mexico (PHOTOS)

Talk about a New Year’s kiss!

And what a year it was for Hollywood’s ‘It’ couple. After Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston met on the set of Wanderlust, traveled the world on romantic getaways, and got engaged in August, the future Mrs. Aniston decided to seal their incredible year with a kiss.

Theroux, 41, took a break from tanning his impeccable abs to steal a smooch with his leading lady — and wife-to-be — while the twosome lounged on their private terrace at an exclusive resort in Los Cabos, Mexico Dec. 28.

The lovebirds of over a year were joined in their tanning session by famous friends Emily Blunt, hubby John Krasinski, funnyman Jimmy Kimmel and his fiancée Molly McNearney for a week-long fun in the sun vacation south of the border.

Aniston, 43, has been showing off her tan – and her sexy beach style — all week long alongside her just as toned, tattooed main man. This time she flaunts her taut tummy in a coral-colored bandeau top and black bikini bottoms, while Blunt, 29, shows off her sleek shoulders in a red halter top bikini.

The happy couples have enjoyed every minute of their trip by soaking up the sun, snacking on Mexican cuisine and cocktails and catching up during these rare off-hours.

The former Friends star jet-sets to Mexico nearly every year during the holidays. Past party pals have included Chelsea Handler, Courteney Cox and even former beaus John Mayer and Gerard Butler.

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Jennifer Aniston Dons Black Bikini For Mexican Vacation With John Krasinski, Emily Blunt and Jimmy Kimmel (PHOTOS)

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are ringing in the New Year with sand, surf, and celebrity friends.

Aniston, 43, and her screenwriter fiancé of four months celebrated their unforgettable year by capping it off in sunny style, while vacationing in Mexico with late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel and his fiancée Molly McNearney (who coincidentally got engaged just days after Aniston and Theroux on Aug. 15), and happily married pair John Krasinski and Emily Blunt.

The trio of loved-up couples lounged in Los Cabos Dec. 27 on a private terrace as Blunt cuddled with her funnyman and Theroux and his leading lady took in the good company over conversation and appetizers. At one point, Kimmel even snuck in a sweet embrace with his wife-to-be, who he began dating in October 2009 — a few months after he split from fellow comedian Sarah Silverman – during a late summer getaway to South Africa’s Kruger National Forest.

Earlier in the day, the future Mrs. Theroux — who said yes to her beau of more than one year on Aug. 12 — continued to show off her enviable figure in a black bikini top and red sarong, showing off her toned tummy and tanned arms.

The brunette beauty also had some one-on-one moments with her tattooed man as they caught some rays and enjoyed a tortilla chip snack. Aniston definitely let her hair down on this relaxing vacation as she read a book, while Theroux, 41, got a good laugh reading a script.

The Friends star has a tradition of leaving the winter blues behind for some fun in the sun every year on the beaches of Cabo and has spent previous years south of the border with pals Chelsea HandlerCourteney Cox and even former beaus John Mayer and Gerard Butler.

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Jennifer Aniston Dons Black Bikini For Mexican Vacation With John Krasinski, Emily Blunt and Jimmy Kimmel (PHOTOS)

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are ringing in the New Year with sand, surf, and celebrity friends.

Aniston, 43, and her screenwriter fiancé of four months celebrated their unforgettable year by capping it off in sunny style, while vacationing in Mexico with late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel and his fiancée Molly McNearney (who coincidentally got engaged just days after Aniston and Theroux on Aug. 15), and happily married pair John Krasinski and Emily Blunt.

The trio of loved-up couples lounged in Los Cabos Dec. 27 on a private terrace as Blunt cuddled with her funnyman and Theroux and his leading lady took in the good company over conversation and appetizers. At one point, Kimmel even snuck in a sweet embrace with his wife-to-be, who he began dating in October 2009 — a few months after he split from fellow comedian Sarah Silverman – during a late summer getaway to South Africa’s Kruger National Forest.

Earlier in the day, the future Mrs. Theroux — who said yes to her beau of more than one year on Aug. 12 — continued to show off her enviable figure in a black bikini top and red sarong, showing off her toned tummy and tanned arms.

The brunette beauty also had some one-on-one moments with her tattooed man as they caught some rays and enjoyed a tortilla chip snack. Aniston definitely let her hair down on this relaxing vacation as she read a book, while Theroux, 41, got a good laugh reading a script.

The Friends star has a tradition of leaving the winter blues behind for some fun in the sun every year on the beaches of Cabo and has spent previous years south of the border with pals Chelsea HandlerCourteney Cox and even former beaus John Mayer and Gerard Butler.

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Jennifer Aniston Dons Black Bikini For Mexican Vacation With John Krasinski, Emily Blunt and Jimmy Kimmel (PHOTOS)

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are ringing in the New Year with sand, surf, and celebrity friends.

Aniston, 43, and her screenwriter fiancé of four months celebrated their unforgettable year by capping it off in sunny style, while vacationing in Mexico with late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel and his fiancée Molly McNearney (who coincidentally got engaged just days after Aniston and Theroux on Aug. 15), and happily married pair John Krasinski and Emily Blunt.

The trio of loved-up couples lounged in Los Cabos Dec. 27 on a private terrace as Blunt cuddled with her funnyman and Theroux and his leading lady took in the good company over conversation and appetizers. At one point, Kimmel even snuck in a sweet embrace with his wife-to-be, who he began dating in October 2009 — a few months after he split from fellow comedian Sarah Silverman – during a late summer getaway to South Africa’s Kruger National Forest.

Earlier in the day, the future Mrs. Theroux — who said yes to her beau of more than one year on Aug. 12 — continued to show off her enviable figure in a black bikini top and red sarong, showing off her toned tummy and tanned arms.

The brunette beauty also had some one-on-one moments with her tattooed man as they caught some rays and enjoyed a tortilla chip snack. Aniston definitely let her hair down on this relaxing vacation as she read a book, while Theroux, 41, got a good laugh reading a script.

The Friends star has a tradition of leaving the winter blues behind for some fun in the sun every year on the beaches of Cabo and has spent previous years south of the border with pals Chelsea HandlerCourteney Cox and even former beaus John Mayer and Gerard Butler.

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Mark Wahlberg to Produce Hacker Movie; Emily Blunt Up for Role in Johnny Depp’s ‘Transcendence’

Apparently “hacking” is still a thing Hollywood wants to make movies about. Mark Wahlberg is set to produce a movie about computer hacking for Universal, with a script from writer Jonathan Herman. The yet-untitled film “centers on an anonymous, ruthless, highly-skilled hacker who targets the student body of a large suburban high school.” No word yet if dial-up or AOL discs will be involved. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Johnny Depp‘s new movie is this close to finding its female lead. Who’s in contention?

Emily Blunt (The Adjustment Bureau), Rooney Mara (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo) and The Town‘s Rebecca Hall are all circling the sci-fi thriller Transcendence. The film marks the directorial debut of cinematographer Wally Pfister (The Dark Knight), and it centers on a scientist (Depp) whose consciousness gets uploaded to the world’s first super computer capable of thinking for itself. The aforementioned actresses are in the running for the role of Evelyn, the wife of Depp’s character. Casting is expected to be locked down by Friday – Celebuzz will keep you posted. [Deadline]

The only thing better than giant robots vs. giant monsters is a trailer showing their battle royale. Warner Bros. has unleashed their first trailer for next summer’s Pacific Rim. Directed by Guillermo del Toro, the big-budget epic depicts humanity’s efforts to combat Godzilla-size beasts using 30-foot tall mech-warriors known as ‘Jaegers.’ Watch the trailer below.

Remember The Adventures of Tintin, Steven Spielberg’s first all-motion capture film? Well hold on to your butts, it’s getting a sequel. Peter Jackson, who produced the original, is gearing up plans to direct the follow-up. If schedules work out, Jackson will shoot the performance elements sometime next year, with a 2015 release date in mind. [Bleeding Cool]

Pacific Rim, Transcendence or Marky Mark’s hacker movie: Which project has you the most excited? Sound off below. And check out the trailer for Peter Jackson’s latest film, The Hobbit.

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Emily Blunt, Amy Adams and Others Rock Fashion-Forward Styles at the Gotham Awards (GALLERY)

From architectural peplums and cutout bodices to textured skirts and a lace mash-up, no one played it safe at the Gotham Independent Film Awards.

Last night’s leading ladies amped up their red carpet style for the euphoria Calvin-Klein-sponsored event in New York City, giving the season’s top trends an edgy spin.

Modern construction and tons of texture were the night’s big trends, but no two styles were alike, with Allison Williams, Amy Adams, Marion Cotillard and Emily Blunt all rocking unique, but equally eye-catching, looks.

Who wore the night’s winning look? Check out our rundown of the red carpet’s top styles — then weigh in with your best-dressed pick.

Though she went with a Giorgia Armani LBD, Adams’ peplum midi-dress was anything but basic. An architectural bodice with an asymmetrical neckline added edge to the ladylike silhouette.

Also switching up her signature style, Blunt showed off her new honey-kissed strands in a sexier dress than we’re accustomed to seeing her wear. The Devil Wears Prada star gave the winter white trend a modern update, donning a strapless Calvin Klein dress with a cutout bodice.

Sticking to more classic silhouettes, Cotillard and Williams played with texture instead. Cotillard’s Christian Dior Couture dress paired a double-breasted bodice with a dramatic feathered skirt for an elegant lesson in contrasts.

Meanwhile, Girls’ Williams put a dramatic spin on the season’s colored lace, with an intricate hot pink and black lace design framing the blush point d’esprit lace gown.

Which leading lady wins your vote for the Gotham Award’s best-dressed star?

Check out all the fashion at the Gotham Awards in our red carpet round-up; then share your picks below.

Watch more red carpet fashion reviews in the video below.

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Justin Timberlake, Jessica Biel Marry in Puglia: 7 Other Couples Who Tied the Knot in Italy (GALLERY)

Justin Timberlake and longtime love Jessica Biel finally said their “I do’s” at a private wedding ceremony held at the Borgo Engazia in Puglia, Italy.

“It’s great to be married, the ceremony was beautiful and it was so special to be sounded by our family and friends,” Mr. and Mrs. Timberlake said in a joint statement to People.

As Celebuzz previously reported, the nuptials took place in front of no more than 45 guests. The couple also held a pre-wedding party earlier in the week, as guests like Andy Samberg and Biel’s former 7th Heaven co-star Beverly Mitchell enjoyed traditional Neapolitan music and a 10-minute fireworks show.

While the couple succeeded at keeping the wedding plans top secret from the media — and their guests — until the very last minute, Timberlake and Biel aren’t the first celebrities to tie the knot in Italy.

Which other famous lovebirds have held their special day in the romantic country?

Six years ago, Katie Holmes married Tom Cruise in a lavish ceremony held at a 15th-century castle just outside of Rome.

In 2010, Emily Blunt and John Krasinski tied the knot in Como, with guests that included fellow Italy lover George Clooney and then-girlfriend Elisabetta Canalis.

After years of dating and the birth of their two daughters, Sofia Coppola and Phoenix lead singer Thomas Mars said “I do” at the bride’s family villa in Bernalda, a town in the southern part of the country.

For more famous weddings in Italy, check out the gallery, above.

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Emily Blunt Vs. Ruth Wilson: Who Should Win ‘The Avengers 2′ Role? (POLL)

Emily Blunt is battling it out with fellow British actress Ruth Wilson for a role in the new Avengers movie.

According to The Sun newspaper, producers are choosing between the two for the coveted role of Ms. Marvel.

Who suits the part best?

Both beauties certainly have the looks to play the role — and the talent. Blunt, 29, cemented her A-list status in Hollywood with her stand-out role in The Devil Wears Prada. She’s  currently starring in the sci-fi movie Looper.

Wilson, 30, is best know for her roles in the BBC’s Luther and Jane Eyre. She’ll next appear in The Lone Ranger alongside Johnny Depp.

 

The role they’re fighting it out for is that of US Air Force officer Carol Susan Jane Danvers, who gains super-powers after getting caught in an explosion with Captain Marvel.

Who you think should play Ms. Marvel? Vote in the poll above.

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