After fielding several questions about just how much nudity is in "Magic Mike," we're happy to help clear up the rumors
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In honor of Pixar's new "Brave" heroine Merida (voiced by Kelly Macdonald), we've assembled our list of favorite cinematic gingers -- and by that we mean the characters were redheads, not necessarily the actors.
Thanks to the laugh-aloud pre-recorded bits and a few touching scenes (as in, Elizabeth Banks touching the "Magic Mike" guys), the 2012 show was an affair to remember.
"Hysteria" is far from the first film to highlight a lady's electric best friend. While the topic isn't exactly common, there are plenty of mainstream comedies that include some memorable vibrators.
Rihanna is already an international superstar for her music, but this month marks her official transition from singer to actor, with her debut role in the boardgame-based summer release "Battleship" (in theaters May 18). The Caribbean hitmaker follows in the footsteps of such multi-hyphenate talents as Jennifer Hudson, Justin Timberlake and Beyoncé, but Rihanna's potential will potentially sink or swim with the fate of the $200 million blockbuster hopeful.
It's no surprise that this year's best bet to succeed last year's wedding-centered laughfest "Bridesmaids" is "The Five-Year Engagement," yet another marriage-minded, Judd Apatow-produced movie.
According to American intelligence veterans who spoke to NextMovie at the International Spy Museum, most mainstream spy movies range from the ludicrous to the eerily realistic.
"Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol" director Brad Bird spoke to NextMovie about what a dream it was to work on a film whose star is equal parts cheerleader, producer and stuntman.
If Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson don't star as the characters literally written for them in "Fifty Shades of Grey," here's a slate of other potential Anastasias and Christians that could steam it up together on-screen.
The "Titanic" romance between Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Rose (Kate Winslet) has gone on and on in the hearts of fans for the past 15 years, a veritable half-century in Hollywood years. Here are five reasons that in another 15 years, teenage girls (and their mothers) will still be promising Jack -- not Edward -- that they'll never let go.