It’s October, which means that many of you fine folk are jonesing for a few scary flicks. I am not among you, but I respect your tastes and thus present the trailer for Bryan Bertino’s The Monster.
In the wake of Jian Ghomeshi’s acquittal today on sexual assault charges, actress Zoe Kazan posted a series of tweets alleging he made inappropriate remarks to her before a 2013 interview.
Zoe Kazan has replaced Lisa Joyce as the lead in Max, Lena Dunham’s 1960s comedy pilot for HBO about a feminist magazine writer named Maxine Woodruff. Joyce left the lead to focus on her role in another upcoming HBO comedy — Issa Rae’s Insecure.
Another round of stolen celebrity nudes hit the web over the weekend. Now the phenomenon enthusiasts are calling "The Fappening" includes one celebrity dick, a bunch of no-names and Winona Ryder. The hackers seem to be running out of steam? This is a good thing.
In the upcoming movie What If, Daniel Radcliffe plays Wallace, a young man who falls in love with Zoe Kazan (her character's name is Chantry). The only trouble is, Chantry already has a boyfriend. "Still, there is no denying the chemistry between them, leading the pair to wonder, what if the love of your life is…
Last night was Elle's 19th Annual Women In Hollywood Celebration, held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, and celebs dressed up to steal the spotlight: Some wore vivid blues; others donned crisp whites; Lea Michele chose see-through netting.
One thing that's so fun about a theatrical red carpet like last night's Arcadia is that people don't use stylists: it's just pure individual style — and the occasional fumble — on people's own terms.
The Private Lives of Pippa Lee is one of those movies with a cast of thousands, so obviously, this screening, at AMC Loews 19th Street in NYC, was star-studded. Julianne, Penelope, Marion, Blake, Robin, and many more...