Fred Armisen Joins 'Zoolander 2,' Under Armour's Profit Takes A Hit

And Bella Hadid sports black lace for 'Elle.'
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The casting keeps getting better for "Zoolander 2." Actor Fred Armisen announced Tuesday that he'll be joining the cast via Instagram photo, which shows him packing for a shoot in Rome. Being the nice guy that he is, he put some American iced coffee in his suitcase for the crew. {Instagram}

Under Armour reported a 13.4 percent drop in profit for the first quarter of the year — the result of acquiring two fitness tracking apps in February, West Coast port disruptions and expansion overseas. Nevertheless, the company reported revenues of $804.9 million, exceeding Wall Street's forecasted revenue of $802.5 million and the $641.6 million it brought in during the same time last year. {WWD}

Bella Hadid has done it again. The 18-year-old rising star, who stunned all of us last week with a Photoshop and makeup-free shoot for CR Fashion Book, sports black lace and leather for the May issue of Elle. Girl looks good. {Elle}

Former L'Oréal lawyer Steven Trzaska has filed a lawsuit against the cosmetics giant, claiming that the company fired him in violation of the Conscientious Employee Protection Act. Trzaska claims that the company was trying to fill a global quota of 500 patent applications and that he was fired for refusing to apply for dubious inventions. {Bloomberg}

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