Were you among the many who trekked over the river and through the woods this past holiday weekend to catch Little Fockers on the big screen? The third movie in the very profitable Meet the Parents franchise brings back together a star-studded cast to let you in on what happened with the Focker's happily ever after. For Ben Stiller's character it's the usual story: Children. Job. Responsibilities. Of course there is the snooping father-in-law (Robert De Niro), his wife's ex-boyfriend (Owen Wilson), and a sexy prescription drug rep (Jessica Alba) to keep the story moving along. What your dear author found most interesting in the storyline was the how-to-be-a-man rubric handed down from De Niro to Stiller in preparation for the patriarchal power transfer. Are you ready to be the GodFocker? he asked. The man, as the head of the family, had three responsibilities: To provide 1) a home for his family, 2) an education for his children, 3) and to have "his financial house in order."
The biggest culture shock that immigrants experience is not between their country and the US, but between what they thought the US was vs. the way it actually is.
On September 29, screen legend Tony Curtis died of a heart attack, leaving behind a wife, five children and millions of saddened fans. He also leaves behind quite a sexual legacy. Best known onscreen for wearing a skirt in Some Like it Hot, Tony was equally famous offscreen for chasing skirts. It's been reported that the devilishly handsome actor—who once lived at the Playboy Mansion—bedded 1,000 women, including actresses Yvonne DeCarlo, Natalie Wood and Marilyn Monroe.
Looks like there's finally an answer to Heart's musical question, "What About Love," and that is: "What about it?" One of the band's famous sisters, Nancy Wilson, recently filed for divorce from her husband of 22 years, director Cameron Crowe.
Last we heard about Rachel McAdams, she was quietly enjoying single life. Over the summer, there were a few whispers that she was hooking up with Owen Wilson, but there doesn't seem to be much to those rumors. Especially now that Rachel was just seen over the weekend getting mighty cozy with Hollywood's new It Brit, Michael Sheen.
Drew Barrymore and Justin Long play a pair of long-distance lovers in the romantic comedy Going the Distance (which is sadly not based on the Cake song), and not coincidentally, they are in fact on-and-off, occasionally long-distance lovers, who've now made two movies together. In an interview with New York magazine, Justin talked about his stop-and-go relationship with Drew.
Instead of paying her dues in Hollywood like her famous father, Laurence Fishburne (who started out in bit roles like Cowboy Curtis on Pee-Wee's Playhouse), 19-year-old Montana Fishburne has opted for the Kim Kardashian route to fame by deciding to release a sex tape.
Roguishly charming Brit actor Tom Hardy (the hot-lipped scene stealer from RockNRolla and Inception) has recently soared to the top of Hollywood's hot list, and now he's making fans of both sexes very happy with an admission: you all have a shot with him. Tom recently revealed to the Daily Mail that he's had plenty of sexual experiences with men, stating, "Of course I have. I'm an actor for ****'s sake."
Since we received such a great response to last week's 10 Hottest Male Vampires list, we thought we ought to even things out by recognizing the 10 Hottest Female Vampires. We wouldn't want our unfair treatment of these bloodsucking babes to come back and, uh, bite us.
Since the vampire craze shows no signs of slowing down (theaters are packed with Eclipse fans, while TV's True Blood and Vampire Diaries were both recently renewed), we've decided to pay tribute to some of our favorite vamps from the big and small screens. Here now are 10 guys we'd let suck our blood any day—er, night.
Just add Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem to the long list of Hollywood couples who've been bitten by the marriage bug this summer. It's really no surprise to find out that the pair—who have famously kept their three-year romance on the down low—got married earlier this month without anyone knowing about it!
Although Kate Winslet and Sam Mendes just announced a few months ago that they were splitting, the movie-making duo has decided to give their marriage another try. Perhaps Kate refused to let the Best Actress Oscar curse win? Perhaps Sam remembered that Kate is one of the most stunning creatures to ever grace our planet? Or perhaps the pair still really love each other and realized what a mistake they were making. We hope it's the latter. We're just not sure if we trust Sam, though.
Diandra Douglas, ex-wife of Michael Douglas, must have seen Wall Street one too many times because she's really taking that whole "greed is good" bit seriously. Although Michael forked over $45 million to Diandra in their 2000 divorce settlement, Diandra's lawyers are now claiming that the settlement entitles her to not only a portion of Michael's earnings from movies made while they were still married (including Wall Street), but also a chunk of any money earned from said movies' spin-offs.
Mel Gibson's breakup with the woman he impregnated and left his wife of almost 30 years for just got nastier. Mel and Oksana Grigorieva split in April, six months after their daughter, Lucia, was born, and now Radar reports that on Wednesday he filed a restraining order against Oksana.