Secret lesbian love triangles, Hollywood "royal" weddings, and scandalous costar affairs, make the love lives of these past celebrities seem boundlessly more entertaining than today's. Dive into the juicy real romances of the silent film era.
In The Vow, Paige (Rachel McAdams) and Leo (Channing Tatum) start out a happily married young couple. They're driving home from a concert on a snowy night in Chicago, kiss at a stoplight, and BAM! They're rear-ended by a truck. Paige flies out the windshield, and things get interesting. It took all of three minutes.
Thanks to New York mag's indispensable guide, YourTango has discovered the softer side of Fashion's Night Out, since we're all about finding romance in everyday life. Where can you get pampered with a free hand massage? Where can you sip on free champagne? Where are all the hunky male models?
Lionsgate has announced plans to remake the inimitable Dirty Dancing, and the blogosphere (and Twitter-sphere) are pretty outraged about it. Would you put Baby in a remake?
Our list of favorite movie kisses From the spaghetti dinner kiss between Lady and the Tramp to John and Savannah’s passionate liplock in Dear John, Hollywood love scenes never fail to make our hearts race.Â Although there are plenty of romantic movie kisses that are list-worthy, here are our five favorite onscreen smooches ever:
By Erika Mionis 2010 has been a big year for movies. Sequels like Iron Man 2 and Toy Story 3 have ruled at the box office, while animated films like Despicable Me and How to Train Your Dragon have made their marks as well. Those aside, the year was also particularly crammed with many a chick flick. From romantic comedies (When in Rome, Knight and Day) to romantic dramas (Dear John, Remember Me), nearly all of the movies have had easily identifiable themes and laughs that we learned from and enjoyed.
Patrick Swayze once said that he wanted to achieve the heights of Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly, and Errol Flynn before he died. And in many people's opinions, the recently deceased actor/dancer did—fighting the bad guys as Flynn might in Red Dawn, dancing with the athleticism of Kelly in Dirty Dancing, and even serenading Jennifer Grey as Astaire might in the same movie. But, contrary to what Swayze might have thought of himself or how the entertainment world chose to package him, it will not be his physical presence alone that we remember him for. As much a romantic lead as a dancer, Swayze made us fall in love with him over and over again throughout the years in roles that didn't include a single two-step. Below, we've listed some of our favorite romantic Swayze films. Let us know if there are any we left off that you wish were included.
What's your favorite romantic movie—Gone With The Wind? West Side Story? The Notebook? Yawn. Sure, those are great, heart-swelling films, but you've probably seen them. If you're looking for something a little different, check out our list of love stories that the Academy, in its infinite wisdom, somehow missed. Below are twenty-five gems—some you'll have heard of and some will be brand new, but all of them will leave you enchanted—and maybe a bit teary.
We'll be damned if date night means venturing out in this cold. Factor in the crazy, package-laden shoppers, and our desire to depart drops to zero. The toastiest alternative to going out? Staying in. Bunker down with a cozy throw and a holiday flick that warms the soul (if not the toes!). Hot cocoa and a snuggly date are highly recommended. After all, he'll love being under the covers with you, and you'll love staying under cover! Check out YourTango's top holiday movies.