Friday, February 29, 2008

'Snow Angels' Premiere Sneak Peak!

Full set coming ASAP. In the meantime, feast your eyes on these two shots:

'Snow Angels' Promotional Potraits

Kate and Her Privates: "Pharaoh's Tomb"

Kate Beckinsale refers to her private parts as the 'Pharoah's Tomb'.

The 34-year-old actress - who is married to film director Len Wiseman and has a nine-year-old daughter Lily with former lover actor Michael Sheen - insists very few men have ever enjoyed her 'sacred' place.

She said: "I was called a sl*t when I split up with Michael and began seeing Len, but I've only ever had about three boyfriends. Only a handful of people have seen into the Pharoah's Tomb!"

The star also insisted her best asset is too "private" to discuss. She said: "My best feature is unfortunately a private matter, although I'm told it is spectacular. But you can't really walk it down the red carpet.

What can I say?"

Courtesty of

Thursday, February 28, 2008

Goofy Bit

Boy oh boy. Me and Kate had a fantastic time last night.

*pinches self*

Damnit. Sorry, that was in a dream I had early this morning.

Just a quick reminder (as seen
HERE & HERE), our belovded Kate graces the front cover of Allure this month. Kate afficando's, don't forget to get your own copy!

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

"An Oddly-Wed"

It's coming up folks, Kate and Len's wedding anniversary.

Three cheers for our favourite couple in Hollywood!

"Kate Beckinsale and her director husband Len Wiseman will be celebrating their 4 year wedding anniversary on May 9th and she insists her marriage is still strong, something she believes is almost unheard of in Tinseltown.

She says, “Any more than three years is a really long time to be married here in Hollywood. I feel like we’re oddly-weds rather than newlyweds, like we’re in our dotage or something.”

And Becksinale admits sometimes it’s tough having a movie maker for a husband - thanks to his work schedule.

She explains, “He is really supportive. The only thing I hate about being married to a director is that he works so much and he’s away a lot, like when he was working on the Die Hard film for 900 years, and that’s lame.”"

Courtesy of

16th Annual Elton John AIDS Foundation (2/24/08) PT.2

Photo update: