Tina Fey and Amy Poehler get started on their Golden Globes jokes
Plus, Scarlett Johansson's secret is out, Idina Menzel spills about 'Frozen' sequel and Christian Bale tells George Clooney to stop whining
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler warm up for Golden Globes 2015
For the third – and final – year in a row, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will host the Golden Globes Awards on 11 January 2015, and they're already talking about who they'll be wearing while on duty. As expected, even in under 35 seconds, the ladies manage to make us laugh.
Scarlett Johansson is probably married
It looks like that ring wasn't a random piece of jewellery, as it has been revealed that Scarlett Johansson and Romain Dauriac are indeed husband and wife. Sources told Page Six that the parents of 3-month-old Rose tied the knot in secret shortly after the birth of their daughter.
The source added: "They kept the wedding a big secret because they both wanted privacy." Nothing new there considering how ScaJo also kept her pregnancy under covers until it was too obvious to hide. We aren't expecting any wedding photos, but we're hoping they don't take too long to confirm the happy news.
Frozen is looking at a sequel, says Idina Menzel
It's so not time to let go just yet, Frozen fans. Go build a snowman, sing on a mountain top, and keep the fancy braid trend in because Idina Menzel has revealed that Frozen 2 could happen.
"They're all in the works," the actress told The Telegraph when asked about the rumours of a sequel and stage musical. Now let's look at that again: stage musical. Just think of all the effects, lighting and props that Broadway creatives would be able to cook up.
As to whether she'll reprise her role as Elsa in the productions, Idina said "Not the stage show – I don't know what will happen with that – but the movie hopefully. We'll see. I'm just going along for the ride."
We'd say we won't get our hopes up too high before Disney confirms any of this, but we're so happy, we're melting.
Christian Bale calls George Clooney's paparazzi problems "boring"
Celebrity life comes with a lot of baggage, the biggest being the invasion of privacy by paparazzi. Hollywood A-listers like Christian Bale and George Clooney are more than familiar with the environment, but it seems that the two approach the matter differently.
"It doesn't matter that he talks about it," he said. "It's like, 'Come on, guys, just shut up. Just get on with it and live your lives and stop whining about it.' I prefer not to whine about it."
George made headlines when he wrote a lengthy statement, telling off The Daily Mail for fabricating false information about his and now-wife Amal Alamuddin's wedding.
Christian relates to media harassment, and recalls an incident with a particularly rude man while in Italy.
"I was in Italy with my wife... I would go to work; she would leave the hotel. There would be a man who stood outside... and say the most obscene things imaginable to my wife... I know what he's after; he has a strategy there. Am I able to say I'm not gonna give him that satisfaction of angry Christian Bale coming after this man? But equally, he's killing my humanity and my dignity as a husband if I do not, and he knows this. So you've got a choice." Ah well, to each his own.