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After spending time there last year, Ben Stiller can't stop sharing his admiration for Iceland.
Ben's latest movie, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, was the first major motion picture to film scenes in Iceland that were actually set in Iceland.
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Celebrities have to be creative when it comes to staying one step ahead of their fans and the paparazzi. This even extends right down to the name they use when booking a hotel, renting a yacht, or even reserving an entire island.
Here are 25 of the best celebrity aliases, ever:
These days Celebrity Homes Tours can be easily duplicated online, a little embarrassing for the passengers, and often overrun with visiting families - moody teenagers and all. But, for all of their flaws, the tours can still be a fun way to catch up on the latest celebrity gossip and peek into a way of life most of us regular folks can only dream of.
Here is a look at three Celebrity Homes Tours that are still worth the ticket price:
What has French actor Gerard Depardieu been up to? According to the Wall Street Journal, he's diversifying his interests and increasingly moving away from acting to pursue real estate concerns, wine sales, hospitality, and most recently, airline management.
Depardieu has formed Cyran R, a company dedicated to storing his private jet and leasing it out for charter services from its base at Lesquin airport, "outside of the French city of Lille, just across the Belgian border from Estaimpuis, where the actor currently lives." Despite all this information, no one seems to have details on exactly what type of plane Gerard is flying.
Naturally, he's not the first celebrity to consider turning his private jet into a business all its own. Here's a few other famous people who dabbled in the airline business:
While most of us getting back to our usual routines, some celebrities are squeezing out a few more days of vacation.
As usual Hawaii was the place to be and over the weekend a few celebrity couples were still soaking in the sun. Anne Hathaway and her husband Adam Shulman were spotted strolling through Hanalei, a small town on the north shore of Kauai while Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield took surfing lessons on the north shore of Oahu.
It's that time of the year again, the time when the year just plain ends. Alas, we can't just let 2013 go that easily, especially since travelers spent it both up in the air and up in arms over a crazy range of topics. Needless to say, we're ready to get going into 2014, but first we're taking a brief look back at the best of 2013 with the Jaunted Travel Awards,or as we fondly refer to themThe Jauntys.
This year Gwyneth Paltrow practiced what she preaches on her Goop blog by eating well, looking fabulous, and traveling a lot.
Some of the travel highlights of GP's year included a trip of a lifetime to Indonesia, a day trip to London from L.A., Easter in Santa Barbara, and the edition of several new cities, including Los Angeles, to her Goop City Guides.
Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues didn't win the box office last weekend but it certainly wasn't due to a lack of trying....or flying.
The movie's cast has spent the last few weeks promoting the comedy around the world and now they're talking about their travels together.
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If any type of gossip magazine is your guilty pleasure, you know that Angelina Jolie and her kids have been hanging out in Australia. The star has traveled to Oz not just to escape the harsh American winter, but because she's directing Unbroken, her new movie, down under.
Despite her busy schedule, she has been finding times to take her brood of six out for little Aussie field trips, feeding the paparazzi with images of fun in the southern summer. While we're not paps, we did happen to sit next to the celeb on a Qantas flight from Sydney to Brisbane this last weekend.
Angie, flying commercial?! Yeah, if we hadn't of seen it with our own eyes, we wouldn't have believed it either. Jolie actually boarded a regular flight and sat with the common people, albeit up in the front. One of these 'commoners' just happened to this Jaunted Contributor.
Here's my account of sitting next to one of the biggest celebrities on the planet:
Music fans have always been drawn to Tennessee, but now TV fans have a reason to visit, too.
As the second season of ABC's series Nashville hits the halfway mark, fans continue to tune in for the drama, and a look at the city's most famous landmarks.
Gray Line is taking advantage of the fandom surrounding the show with a newly launched Nashville Bus Tour.
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If it seems like trouble follows Justin Bieber around wherever he goes, you're right. The pretty-boy singer's 2013 Aussie tour ugly antics are no different from those in Germany, Brazil, and even his 2011 tour down under.
This time, Justin and his entourage found themselves in some hot water when arriving at Brisbane International Airport when one of Bieber's gang was found with some marijuana and smoking paraphernalia. The 23 year-old in question was ticketed and ordered to appear in court to pay a fine, before he was let go on his way working as Justin's shadow.
For most celebrities the holidays are a perfect time to get away from it all. And, while some like to warm up on a beach, a ton tend to hit the slopes and cozy up by a fire. Here's a look at three of the most celeb-centric ski areas in the U.S.
Fury, starring Brad Pitt and Shia LaBeouf, is a World War II drama following the trials of a tank squadron as they infiltrate Nazi territory. The movie's not due out in theaters until November 2014, but the crew has nearly concluded filming and Pitt's congratulated himself for his own hard work by buying an airplane.
Since this is Brad Pitt we're talking about, the airplane in question won't just be any old thing; the purchase is in fact a WWII Spitfire flown by the Royal Air Force. The price tag? A cool $3.3 million.