Photo by Tommaso Boddi/WireImage(LOS ANGELES) -- Angelina Jolie made her first appearance post-surgery when she attended the Kids' Choice Awards with two of her children on Saturday night.
The actress brought her daughters Shiloh and Zahara to the awards show, hugging them both when she won the "orange blimp" for Best Villain for her role in the Disney movie Maleficent.
Last week, Jolie revealed in a New York Times op-ed her decision to have a preventative surgery that removed her ovaries and Fallopian tubes after doctors discovered she tested positive for signs of early ovarian cancer. Her mother died from the same type of cancer in 2007.
Jolie underwent the preventative surgery just two years after having a preventative double mastectomy.
Jolie looked healthy and poised at the awards show, saying in her acceptance speech it was good to be different.
"Don't fit in, don't sit still, don't ever try to be less than what you are and when someone tells you that you are different, smile and hold your head up high and be proud," she said.
She ended her speech by paying homage to her evil role.
"As your villain," Jolie said, "I would say, 'Cause a little trouble. It is good for you.'"
Fox(NEW YORK) -- In the battle between R-rated comedy and animation at the box office over the weekend, there was a clear winner.
Home, the animated alien adventure featuring the voices of Jim Parsons and Rihanna, won the weekend and smashed expectations. The film opened to an estimated $54 million.
In second place, the Kevin Hart and Will Ferrell comedy Get Hard opened to an estimated $34.6 million, the best R-rated opening for either comedian.
Insurgent finished in third place, followed by Cinderella and the horror film It Follows.
Here are the top ten films of the weekend according to boxofficemojo.com:
1. Home: $54 million 2. Get Hard: $34.61 million 3. The Divergent Series: Insurgent: $2.075 million 4. Cinderella: $17.51 million 5. It Follows: $4.02 million 6. Kingsman: The Secret Service: $3.05 million 7. Run All Night: $2.20 million 8. The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel: $2.18 million 9. Do You Believe?: $2.15 million 10. The Gunman: $2.045 million
Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images via ABC(NEW YORK) -- Taylor Swift has been spending time with producer Calvin Harris recently, leading some to speculate as to whether they're dating.
So far, Swift, 25, has remained mum on the subject, while her publicist has not yet responded to requests for comment.
The two were photographed together in Nashville a few days ago, and then again at a Kenny Chesney concert on Thursday.
But who is he? Here are five things to know about the "Shake It Off" singer's potential new beau: 1. He's Scottish
His stage name may be Calvin Harris, but the 31-year-old deejay was born Adam Richard Wiles in Scotland. He discovered his talent for production when he was a teenager and once he had enough money, he moved to London to launch his music career. He toldForbes in 2013 that he found success after networking with his manager on MySpace. 2. He's Collaborated With a Litany of Musicians
Harris has written and produced music for some of your favorite singers. He produced "We Found Love" and "Where Have You Been" for Rihanna, and his latest album features collaborations with the likes of Ellie Goulding, Gwen Stefani and Haim. 3. He's Wealthy
Last year, Harris was listed as number 21 on Forbes' Most Powerful Celebrities list. According to the magazine, he earned $66 million over the previous 12 months.
4. He's Ripped
Yes, Harris is a sought-after music producer with a residency at the Hakkasan nightclub in Las Vegas. However, he also models on the side for Emporio Armani.
"On tour but also training for next Armani shoot!" he wrote on Instagram recently. "Staying in a gym routine while on the road is tricky, but as long as you don't drink, eat well, sleep enough and take one of those mad little ab rollers with u everywhere you'll be good."
Sony / Columbia(NEW YORK) -- The teaser trailer for Spectre, the next installment in the James Bond series, picks up right where the last film left off.
The trailer opens with the famed 007, played for the fourth time by Daniel Craig, learning some "personal effects" recovered from his ruined family estate and childhood home of Skyfall contain a dark secret of his.
The trailer features some familiar faces - like Naomie Harris, who played Moneypenny in Skyfall - as well as some franchise newcomers, including an eerily silhouetted Christoph Waltz who closes the trailer.
"Welcome James," he says "It's been a long time, and finally, here we are."
Spectre is set to be released November 6. It will be the 24th James Bond film.
Photo by Brian To/Getty Images for The Lifeline Program(NEW YORK) -- Betty White's biggest regret in life involved her late husband Allen Ludden, who died from stomach cancer in 1981.
White, 93, spoke to Oprah Winfrey for Sunday's Oprah: Where Are They Now? and said that her major regret was not marrying her husband a year earlier.
They were together for 18 years before he died.
"I spent a whole year, wasted a whole year, that Allen and I could have had together, saying 'No' I wouldn't marry him," White told Oprah, referring to the year it took for her to accept Ludden's proposals. "Saying, no, I won't leave California. No, I won't move to New York. I wasted a whole year we could have had together."
She added, with a smile, "But, we made it. We finally did."
Photo by Rob Kim/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Rihanna made her acting debut in the poorly-received 2012 big-budget sci-fi flick Battleship, and had cameo appearances in 2013's This Is the End and last year's Annie remake.
Now, it's her voice -- her speaking voice, not her singing voice -- that's front and center in the new animated movie Home, which opens in theaters on Friday.
In Home, Rihanna voices a resourceful and brave little girl named Tip who becomes separated from her mom, voiced by Jennifer Lopez, when aliens invade Earth. She evades capture, goes on the run and teams up with one of the aliens, voiced by Jim Parsons. Together, the two learn about acceptance, friendship and perseverance.
"I think it was both important to me and [the movie studio] for this character to be as realistic as possible," says Rihanna of Tip. "We wanted little girls to feel empowered. Little girls of any size, shape, color, race -- it didn’t matter."
"We wanted girls to just feel strong and brave and empowered and beautiful and like they can do anything and they can take charge of their life or their situation, no matter what," the singer added.
Also important, says Rihanna, is the fact is that Tip looks like a lot of the kids who'll be going to see Home this weekend.
"I think we were really, really careful, especially with the animation and making sure that she wore the right thing, that her body was not unrealistic, you know?" she says. "And I think for kids, that’s gonna be very special. For young girls, especially."
Rihanna also contributed three songs to the Home soundtrack; songs by Charli XCX, Jennifer Lopez, Kiesza and other artists round out the package.