Are you starting to wonder if whoever coined the phrase "absence makes the heart grow fonder" was ever involved in a long-distance relationship? The truth is, when many miles separate you and your honey, keeping your connection strong is tough regardless of your fondness for each other.
Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux met while filming the comedy 'Wanderlust' — and now we're getting our first look at the real life couple's on-screen chemistry in action!
In My Week with Marilyn (in theaters November 23), Michelle Williams, 31, channels Hollywood icon, Marilyn Monroe. The film follows her for a brief period in the summer of 1956 when she was in the U.K. filming The Prince and the Showgirl. When Michelle won the role, there were many people who said she couldn't pull it off.
There are a few rules I absolutely know to be true in relationships. One, if a guy cheated with you, he'll cheat on you. Two, one person in the relationship is always more committed than the other. And three, long-distance relationships don't work.
We've all worried — some of us more seriously than others — if we're going to die alone. In the movie 50/50, it's not really a joke.
In What's Your Number?, Ally Darling's (Anna Faris) day — which has already consisted of getting both dumped and fired — goes from bad to worse when she reads a Marie Claire article claiming that women who've had 20 or more sexual partners usually end up alone (with several cats and the whole deal).
With What's Your Number? opening Fri. Sept. 30, it's time to tell us: What's YOUR number? You'll have a chance to win one of five What's Your Number? posters exclusively signed by Anna Faris, AND a copy of 20 Times A Lady by Karyn Bosnak, the book that begot the movie.
In "Sex and the City," the landmark 90s television series, Sarah Jessica Parker's Carrie Bradshaw character was the dream girl for millions of young women who fantasized about living in the big city, dating hot guys and wearing fabulous shoes (and not necessarily in that order). Now, Carrie appears to have grown up: Parker—as ever, enviably thin, chic, and charmingly rumpled—is starring in "I Don't Know How She Does It," which opens this weekend.
Controversial new movie "Circumstance" explores the lives of lesbians forced to live in the shadows. Omid Memarian talks to women in Iran who say the movie doesn’t do their predicament justice.
Rashida Jones just can't stop talking about her experience making out with Zooey Deschanel, whose girlfriend she plays in 'Our Idiot Brother.' Or is it that people just can't stop asking her about it?
Sometimes we grow out of relationships. Other times we grow into them. And then there are those that always seem to be just between sizes. In 'One Day,' based on David Nicholls' book of the same title, Emma (the always-lovely Anne Hathaway) and Dexter (Jim Sturgess) meet on graduation day at the University of Edinburgh. Well, officially meet. Emma's admired Dexter from afar for awhile, though he's never noticed her. The timing and circumstances (high spirits, new beginnings, alcohol) are perfect for a hook-up, at the very least.
Enter to win a $50 Fandango gift card, tote bag, nail polish, pink Moleskine notebook, and more by sharing your favorite love story with us. Then check out 'One Day' with Anne Hathaway, which comes out on Friday, Aug. 19.
Just as we were getting our Dior slip dresses in knots over the possibility of another Sex And The City movie, debating whether Blake Lively should play Samantha or Selena Gomez would make a good Charlotte...they've pulled the rug out from underneath us and are putting the show back on TV.
Just as we were getting our Dior slip dresses in knots over the possibility of another 'Sex And The City' movie, debating whether Blake Lively should play Samantha or Selena Gomez would make a good Charlotte, they've pulled the rug out from underneath us and are putting the show back on TV. Sarah Jessica Parker is producing the new show.
Jolly good news! Working Title Films has confirmed that the everyone's favorite self-deprecating spinster will be making a triumphant return to the big screen in a third installment of the Bridget Jones films— except she's no longer a spinster, of course. Renee Zellweger, Hugh Grant, and Colin Firth will all reprise their roles from the first two movies.
If you loved Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristen Davis and Cynthia Nixon as the heroines of SATC, you're out of luck. There won't be a traditional SATC 3 hitting big screens, so it's unlikely these ladies will ever reprise their roles. Producers have reportedly green-lit a third film in the series based on Candace Bushnell's prequels, The Carrie Diaries and Summer in the City, with younger actresses filling the Manolos of Carrie and co.