37-year-old Maggie Gyllenhaal was recently told by a Hollywood producer that she was “too old” to play the love interest of a 55-year-old man. In an interview with The Wrap, Gyllenhaal said she was surprised by the producer’s admission, but that it’s just one of the many “disappointing things about being an actress in…
Maggie Gyllenhaal, star of what's rumored to be an inexplicably boring movie about Victorian-era vibrators, has recently given birth to her second daughter and faces a dilemma common to working parents — balancing parenthood, her career, and her relationship with husband Peter Sarsgaard. Gyllenhaal's particular…
This month is drawing to a close, and yet another celebrity has given birth before Jessica Simpson. This time it's Maggie Gyllenhaal who, along with hubby Peter Sarsgaard, has welcomed a brand new baby girl. She was born on April 19th, but they've only just gotten around to telling the world.
Titanic 3D is about to hit theaters, and its re-release is forcing Kate Winslet to come face-to-face with something she is constantly trying to avoid: "My Heart Will Go On," the movie's aggressively swoopy theme song by Celine Dion. It's been 15 years since the movie came out, so it's understandable that Kate's over…
First of all, I hate Nanny McPhee's "Who's your nanny" slogan. But that aside, the movie's New York premiere brought out Maggie and Emma and friends, all looking pretty darn good.
If a man cries, he fears it will earn him ridicule—unless it's for a film role, in which case it could earn him an Academy Award. Here's a thorough supercut of boys who do cry. Ready your tissues.
Let's play a drinking game for E!'s red carpet coverage. Take a shot every time Giuliana Rancic asks a celebrity about a diet or workout regimen. Every time she mentions her crush on George Clooney, chug.
Perhaps as a testament to the ceremony's name, the stars showed up at last night's Independent Spirit Awards wearing everything from ball gowns to blue jeans.
For whatever reason - probably the same reason we cringe at "making love" - learning that Peter Sarsgaard refers to Maggie Gyllenhaal as "lover" is a SNL-like detail we didn't want to know. [NY Times]
*Inspired by Shirley MacLaine's assertion that the best parts for actresses fall into one of the above categories.