In 2013, love came in many forms: girl on zombie, boy on smartphone, and James Franco on -- count 'em -- two hot bikini babes at the same damn time. Sure, romantic comedies are as extinct as Oprah Winfrey's chances of winning Best Supporting Actress at the Golden Globes, but audiences had plenty of ... More >>
The star tells me about being in all of the movies, period
She was a movie, then a musical, then a sequel, then a revisal of the musical, and now a remake of the movie. And she's here, she's still here... Stephen King's Carrie--the misunderstood outcast who redefines "this girl is on fire"--will be back this fall in a movie starring Hugo's Chloe Grace Mor ... More >>
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When history is made, celebrities take to the twitter pad and shoot out their titillating thoughts. Here are some of the best ones that notable people I follow came up with after Obama "evolved" yesterday: Pee-wee Herman: "Thank you, Mr. President, for standing up for equality. Yours Truly, Pee- ... More >>
This has to happen. In what could be one of the most interesting Saturday Night Live episodes in recent memory, it has been reported that Lorne Michaels, the producer of the legendary sketch comedy show, has offered the Romney tent a chance for their candidate to show off his comedic flare ... More >>
Fathers and sons in suck city
Next month, HBO will start airing Game Change, starring Julianne Moore as vice-presidential-wannabe-turned-reality-star Sarah Palin, and it's too early for reviews, but some buzz is already filtering out like horny moose on the tundra.
Restaurant Florent pioneered the Meatpacking District in the '80s, but after 23 years, it became driven out by the neighborhood's success, which it spearheaded to begin with! Gentrification came around and kicked them right in the Bastille day costumes. But ah, while it lasted! With Flore ... More >>
Superheroes, sequels, and TWO Conans! Summer has arrived.
In: Portman and Franco. Out: Moore and Wahlberg.
Well, not sexually. I don't think. I'll let her do the explaining. At last night's New York Film Critics soiree, Annette accepted the Best Actress honor for The Kids Are All Right in which she and lover Julianne Moore have kids via sperm donor Mark Ruffalo.
Jibz Cameron's hot at the Hot! Festival. Plus The Kids Are All Right and Kisses
The gayest movie ever made, A Single Man is Tom Ford's Oscar nominated triumph of style about a forlorn professor's bittersweet past love and his flirtation with some young new angel with a nice body. I urge you to check out the imminent DVD/BluRay versions--even though the cover art does ev ... More >>
About making a traditional (lesbian) domestic comedy for the sperm-donor age
Not once but twice, Annette Bening has lost the Oscar to Hilary Swank, but this could finally be her year to grab for the gold. The problem is she's in TWO big movies.
As someone who regularly deals with bold-faced names in all their glitzy grandeur, I appreciate the celebrities who are gracious, charming, and slap you on the back, not with a restraining order. Through the years, I've brilliantly noted that some stars are way more savvy in dealing with press wretc ... More >>
Despite a nonexistent marketing campaign, Cuarón's latest is not to be missed
Middle-class malaise meets inner-city despair in The Architect
Stunts, moguls, buffed-up people, and sharksfitting for a film festival at a ski resort
The Many Sides of Indie Film's Newest Siren
Moviegoers Avoid Big-Budget Pitfalls
A rundown of the season's movies handpicked for their potential wondrousness or probable woefulness.
Grace Jones appeared in rainbow-colored wings to address us as 'my subjects' while Lee Majors danced wildly with the ballsy puppets.
A Winter Movie Preview
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