Leave it to a raunchy comedy franchise to leave me feeling overwhelmingly nostalgic and existential. Does everyone grow up to be someone they never thought they would be? Is it ever possible to relive the glory days? And, most importantly, was high school REALLY the most fun I'm ever going to have? Man, I hope not.
I was 15 years old when Titanic was first released in Dec. 1997. I was enthralled not only by the magic of the movie, but by my first love sitting next to me in the theater. At that time, my high school sweetheart was the king of my world.
Love triangles can be traced back to their ancient roots in Camelot, where Queen Guinevere was forced to choose between King Arthur and Sir Lancelot. From there, history, literature and movies have been rife with tales of one unfortunate (and usually stunningly beautiful) woman's choice between two ridiculously handsome men.
Celine Dion's "My Heart Will Go On" is one of the biggest songs ever – but there's one person who would love to never hear it again: Titanic star Kate Winslet.
Sam Worthington is a screen hunk who doesn't mind a little teasing from his girlfriend, Crystal Humphries. She will even point out the fact that he's not exactly "Workout Guy." "I don't really like the gym. I try to put that fact into my characters," he jokes. "In fact, my girlfriend watched Wrath (of The Titans) and said, 'Sam, you run really funny. You look out of breath and out of shape. It's so real.'"
We love lamp. We love a little afternoon delight even more. But what we love the most is the fact that Will Ferrell announced the return of legendary (note: this is highly subjective) 2004 flick 'Anchorman' on Conan O'Brien last night. 'Anchorman 2!' The legend of Ron Burgundy continues.
Gorgeous Jennifer Lawrence is a bit of a tomboy. "I'm from Kentucky and grew up in the woods, but Josh Hutcherson is also from Kentucky. I called Josh the real redneck. He's a bigger hick than me," says the star of 'The Hunger Games' with a warm laugh.
The cult 90s movie every girl grows up to worship in some manner is being bashed by none other than the guy who was in it: Richard Gere.
The era of Team Edward and Team "Whatshisname?Oh,whocaresIhatedTwilightanyway" is over. Can I get an internet "hallelujah"? Now, we've all moved on to more pressing matters: Team Peeta vs. Team Gale in 'The Hunger Games.'
He was always a driven actor, even in the years before he could drive. Josh Hutcherson leans against the balcony in his suite at the Kahala Hotel on Waikiki Beach in Hawaii, sips some guava juice and tells you this story. "I got my hands on a phone book at age nine and looked up local acting agents," Hutcherson, a native of Kentucky, says with a smile. "Then I called one up and said, 'Hi, my name is Josh and I'm going to be a movie star.'"
When speaking about her new movie, 'The Hunger Games,' Jennifer Lawrence compared it to the infamous 72-day marriage of Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries. How on earth do the two relate? We were wondering the same thing...
It seems that everyone in the world wants a piece of the Olsen empire—except for one person. Call her "The Other Olsen." Elizabeth Olsen didn't ask her famed twin sisters Mary-Kate and Ashley for a career booster shot. The star of the hit Martha Marcy May Marlene and Silent House did it on her own.
Friends With Kids opens with a hushed phone call in the middle of the night from Julie (Jennifer Westfeldt) to Jason (Adam Scott). She asks him a strange question about how he'd prefer to die, presenting two options. Jason mulls it over and chooses one. And then the camera reveals a scantily clad woman sleeping next to him, his flavor of the month. "I think I'm going to break up with her soon," Jason confesses.
We know there are a lot of perks to being in Hollywood—big paychecks, endless freebies and exclusive ways to stay gorgeous—but sometimes, the biggest perk is falling in love with a director. When it comes to making movies, the men and women in the black, foldable chairs hold all the power. And, if you happen to be dating or married to one of these head honchos, you can guarantee your SAG card will be seeing plenty of action. Cha-ching!
It's been 10 years since we last saw the original 'American Pie' cast hanging out together off-screen – but today they reunited in Australia ... and looked great! Chris Klein, Mena Suvari, Seann William Scott, Jason Biggs, Tara Reid and Eugene Levy, who haven't done a public event together since the 'American Wedding' premiere in 2003, were photographed earlier today at a photo call for 'American Reunion.'