What's this? Clive Owen as a rumpled high school English teacher with a five-o'clock shadow attempting to romance Juliette Binoche as a temperamental high school art teacher with a short haircut? In the brilliantly titled movie Words and Pictures? A film whose plot has been described as "An art instructor and an…
Courtney Love said some kind of amazing shit about basically everything that has been going on except Syria.
Jennifer Hudson has rarely spoken publicly about the horrifying 2008 murder of her mother, brother and nephew, but now, in a new interview with Lester Holt, she's revealed some new details about the tragedy. The most amazing part is that it turns out her fiancé, David Otunga, unknowingly saved her life that day.
The British Academy Film Awards, perhaps better known as the BAFTAs, or "the British Oscars," are taking place in London this evening, and the stars are out in full force, wearing their glamorous awards-season best:
In perhaps her maddest act yet, Liz Jones asks, "Why does Britain have the ugliest men in the world?" Sure, no one likes a beer-drenched lout on lad's night, but as the following pix show, Britain also has the handsomest:
[New York, September 21. Image via Bauer-Griffin.]
Two films opening today are romantic comedies of sorts: I Love You, Man focuses on "bromance" and Duplicity is a screwball comedy-like spy thriller. Frankly, we couldn't decide which was more deserving of our $10.
Julia Roberts was on Letterman last night to promote her new movie Duplicity with Clive Owen. After briefly discussing her dashing, charming British co-star, the talk soon turned to more difficult actors.