Hi dears! Sorry for the lack of update, it’s been a bit busy for me lately and also quiet on Rose’s side, I’m sure she’s busy nursing her sweet little boy! I’m also a bit late with this new Oroton campaign as a few pictures appearead on the web but finally, here they are in HQ, the Autumn/Winter 2016 Photoshoot shot by Giampaolo Sgura, a well-known fashion photographer.
I’m so glad and excited for them!
Rose Byrne and her longtime boyfriend Bobby Cannavale have welcomed a baby boy named Rocco!
The 36-year-old actress gave birth to her son on Monday (February 1), Bobby revealed during an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Friday night. “I had a baby on Monday, yes,” Bobby said. “You know, I didn’t do anything. We [men] don’t do anything and I’m so tired. I think I’ve gained 28 pounds since Monday. I mean, I’m not kidding you. Like, this jacket fit so well, like, last Thursday. But I’ve been eating so much.” Bobby later told the crowd the name of his son and that Rocco “is doing great.”
Congratulations Rose & @bobbycannavale for your little baby boy! 👶🏻🎉💙
— Rose Byrne Source (@rbyrnesource) 7 Février 2016
(Also, we’re posting the news as Bobby publicly said it but we won’t be posting any paparazzi pictures of this little baby boy, just as we don’t post candids pics of Rose, for the respect of her private life!)
Ladies, let me rap with you for a second (turns chair around to straddle it like A.C. Slater): Is your relationship a little wobbly? Does your boo/bae/boyf/man/legal partner do something that you simply do not like? Have you been meaning to tell him in a non-passive-aggressive way that also manages to inspire the fear of God in him? Amy (played by Rose Byrne) and her clueless husband, Craig (played by Damon Herriman), have just the relationship advice for you: exercise.
Amy is eager to tell you that “we’re going to be giving our relationships a workout” until, of course, she boils over in rage at the male inability to listen. The video, from new female-driven comedy site PYPO, is the first in a series of videos that will premiere exclusively on the Cut. Co-founded by Veep’s Emmy-winning producer Stephanie Laing, PYPO, which is an acronym for “Put Your Pretty On,” came from Laing’s 4-year-old daughter grabbing for some Chapstick before saying, “Wait, Mama. I have to put my pretty on.” Laing wrote in a Medium essay, “We’re taking back lady, bitch, girl, milf, sweetie, honey, and more, only to redefine them. We’ll update ‘having it all’ and show the world how we ‘put our pretty on.’ We have to help each other.”
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The ‘Neighbors 2’ first trailer will be released tomorrow but we can already have a first look! I can’t wait tomorrow!
— #Neighbors2 (@NeighborsMovie) 18 Janvier 2016
The first poster for Neighbors 2 : Sorority Rising and I guess it’s gonna rock!
On January 15, Rose showed some support to her boyfriend Bobby Cannavale, as she appeared at the ‘Vinyl’ New York Premiere After-Party. She looked very pregnant but still amazing!
Better late than never, right? So here is finally the first still of Neighbors 2 : Sorority Rising. For sure, it looks pretty funny!
What the hell did we do to deserve Rose Byrne? A gifted actress who’s stolen so many movies that she should be arrested for piracy, she’s previously been a secret weapon in comedies like Neighbors — and 2015 was the year that the secret got out. As Spy’s Rayna Boyanov, a sadistic supervillain who dresses like “a slutty dolphin trainer,” Byrne delivered beautiful insults with the deadly panache of Blofeld dropping a henchman into a shark-infested pool. When Edison first dreamed up the notion of moving pictures, this woman casually asking Melissa McCarthy if her hemorrhoids are “large, or just tenacious?” is almost certainly what he had in mind. DE
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ATYP is excited to announce two amazing new scholarship opportunities for young Australians aged 18–26. Partnering with G’Day USA and the Australian Theatre Company (LA), recipients will have a years mentoring with ATYP in Sydney culminating in the opportunity to travel to Los Angeles, work on a project with the Australian Theatre Company and be profiled at the G’Day USA Gala in January 2017.
ATYP Ambassadors Rebel Wilson and Rose Byrne are both alumni of the theatre company and are generously supporting these two scholarship funds. Each of the scholarships has different selection criteria but both are centred around identifying, nurturing and promoting the next generation of theatre artists.
Rose Byrne has also donated $15,000 per year for the next three years to support an emerging female leader in the arts. This could be a director, writer, actor or producer. Her commitment to the support of women in film is widely known but this scholarship marks her commitment to women in theatre.
“I’m delighted to be able to offer this opportunity to young women passionate about a career in theatre. I know that ATYP will provide a nurturing and professional environment for an artist to learn and grow their art form. I look forward to following their progress and seeing the quality of work that is created. I’m delighted that ATYP continues to be at the forefront of mentoring the arts leaders of tomorrow.”