Charlize Theron is talking about love. The question actually revolves around exes — should you ever look up an ex, or will that lead to a big old ex-mess? Over tea at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in New York City, 36-year-old Theron laughs and shakes her head. She's miles of long legs in person, which are wrapped in black tights. She wears a tight black skirt and a gorgeous white cashmere sweater. Her hair is glossy blonde and just graces her chin.
I'll start with a word of warning. Young Adult is being marketed as a snarkier version of Juno with alcohol on its breath. Don't fall for it. This is a dark comedy about a seriously troubled, emotionally stunted 37-year-old woman who peaked in high school. So yes, it's exactly what I needed to see when I was teased in high school by the popular kids. (You're about a decade late, Diablo Cody.)
Rob says when he saw Kristen in her gorgeous custom-made Carolina Herrera wedding gown, he thought she looked 'amazing' — but the wedding wasn't as romantic as you think!
Fat, bumbling husband plus sexually frustrated wife equals the typical trope of television monogamy these days. Friends with benefits and no strings pepper romantic comedies in the movie theaters. Except for a certain vampire romance that opened last weekend there is a serious dearth of happy, healthy, monogamous couples who love one another on the big and small screens.
It wasn't love at first bite for Robert Pattinson. Ask him how it felt to turn Kristen Stewart into one of his kind—a red eyed, blood thirsty, attractive vampire—in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1, and he says that those weren't love bites he was giving her during a scene where Bella gives birth.
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.
Vampiric heartthrob Robert Pattinson is coming clean about what motivated him to get into acting when he was sixteen. Sure, he loves his craft and all the interesting roles he gets to play, but what really drew him in was the prospect of meeting some hot girls!
Want to win Taylor Lautner's heart? Start by striking out with him. The 19-year-old star of Twilight and Abduction says, "A great Friday night is going to a bowling alley with friends. I just want to do normal things like hang out, go bowling or order a pizza."
Playing the role of a 20th century icon is no easy task; just ask Michelle Williams whose portrayal of Marilyn Monroe in the upcoming film My Week With Marilyn was widely criticized even before the movie was released. (Although, personally, we think she nailed Marilyn's breathy voice and coquettish charm.) Still, even with the wide amount of skepticism that comes with filling the shoes of a legend, it hasn't seemed to scare off 30-year-old actress Jessica Chastain, who will reportedly play Princess Diana in an upcoming biopic.
If you are an actress who's longing to star in an action film, there can be no better role to land than that of a Bond girl, opposite Daniel Craig's smoldering 007 character. While that's a pipe dream for most of the starlets in Hollywood, for two relatively unknown European actresses, their "Pussy Galore" wishes are coming true!
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 are all about getting nostalgic when it comes to growing up as a girl in the '90s, so we thought it'd be great to share our ideas for dressing as the characters who made that decade so rad!
New photos of Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes kissing got us reminiscing about all of Ryan's past smooches, including that infamous MTV Movie Awards makeout with Rachel McAdams. But Ryan doesn't just lock lips with his hot costars and ex-girlfriends. From guys to dogs to sex dolls, Ryan's Canadian lips get around, and we like it!
Sunday, October 16th is National Boss Day, and to celebrate, we want to recognize all the femme fatale bosses on television and in the movies. Whether these ladies are mid-level mavens or the top women on the team, there are things we can learn from their leadership style. These ladies know how to take control in any situation. Sometimes you have to be a meanie to get the job done.
So, the remake of Footloose is coming out today. Personally, we think Kevin Bacon is still good-looking enough to star in it (he'd just need a little fashion upgrade). But, in this installment, newcomer Ren MacCormack stars opposite sexy 23-year-old, Julianne Hough, who plays Ariel, the rebellious preacher's daughter. We'll be going just to see the dance moves... who wouldn't want to have a body like that with the ability to rock?