Jennifer Lawrence in Dior, Justin Bieber on billboard
Friday, February 21, 2014 - 01:37
Feb. 21 - The day's top showbiz news including Jennifer Lawrence wows in a new Dior campaign, and Justin Bieber's image gets plastered on a billboard proposing an Olympic wager. Roselle Chen reports.
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Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence is featured in a series of stunning images for Christian Dior, just in time for the Oscars on March 2. The print campaign will be featured in the April issue of Vanity Fair. Keep a lookout for a video next week on Dior's website - fans will get to see the dress Lawrence selects for her big night out. She's nominated for an Academy Award for her supporting role in "American Hustle."
A billboard in Illinois is turning heads for making a mock wager on the outcome of the U.S.-Canada hockey game at the Sochi Olympics on Friday (February 21). The billboard displays Chicago Blackhawks hockey players with Justin Bieber in the middle. Beneath the photograph are the words, "Loser Keeps Bieber." The troubled Canadian popstar has been in the news recently for his run-ins with the law. His legal troubles have prompted petitions asking for his deportation back to Canada.
A man was arrested after he allegedly assaulted one of the stars of TV sitcom "Modern Family," according to police. Sarah Hyland was posing for a photograph with a fan outside a venue in downtown Sydney when he allegedly groped her chest. Police said a 29-year-old man had been arrested at the scene and charged with indecent assault.
Finally, "The Lego Movie" is set to dominate the North American box office for a third straight weekend from Friday (February 21) through Sunday (February 23). The animated film is expected to add another 33 million dollars to its global haul of 200 million, predicted to outperform newcomer films "Pompeii" and "3 Days to Kill." Disaster adventure film "Pompeii" and action-thriller "3 Days to Kill" starring Kevin Costner are each estimated to earn between 10 and 11 million dollars.
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