An author filed a lawsuit against Warner Bros. claiming she is owed money from profits of the film Gravity because it was partly based on one of her books.
It's finally been done. Space cats—ACTUALLY IN SPACE. Watch and behold your beloved space cats remake the movie Gravity, in under five minutes.
There are over 6,000 people who make up the Academy members who vote for the Oscars. Former gossip columnist and perpetual man-about-town Michael Musto spoke with one.
Don't say I didn't warn you if you fire this up and you haven't yet the seen the movie, because this video is spoiler-heavy (as in, it gives away the ending and will ruin the movie for you and we all know how much we all really freaking hate that).
As the month winds down, a few twenty/thirty-somethings — Miley, Beyoncé, JLaw — are making headlines. But looking back at American entertainment in 2013 as a whole, it was a great year for women over 40.
Life in Ikea is impossible. Truer words.
And by defying, I mean abiding by. Because: DAMN, GIRL.
Gravity was the number one movie in the country — actually, in the world — this weekend, and is breaking all kinds of records for non-holiday box office holding power.
If you liked the new Alfonso Cuarón film Gravity — starring America's Sweetheart Sandra Bullock and Professional Cary Grant impersonator George Chiseled Jaw Clooney — but wished it had just a leeeetle more flirty bickering, physical comedy and romance, you're in luck.
You know, like you do.
Cady Coleman is a veteran NASA astronaut who was two-thirds of her way through a five-month stay at an International Space Station when Sandra Bullock phoned her up to get info on how to act like an astronaut. What's more impressive here — the fact that she was in space or the fact that Sandra Bullock can summon…