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Hollywood can be a big, weird, lonely place. Sometimes, for better or worse, that's going to make you want to get with Cher. And as Woody Allen once said, in defending his controversial relationship with his adopted daughter, the heart wants what the heart wants.
It's not for us to judge.
Just kidding! Of course it is. Here are 10 of the most bizarre Hollywood couples ever, past and present. Get More »
When Ashton Kutcher was originally cast as Apple founder Steve Jobs, movie fans and nerds alike were dubious, to say the very least. Generally, the feeling was that Kutcher was only cast because he vaguely resembled Jobs, and not necessarily because he was the right actor for the gig.
But what if we were to tell you, movie fans and nerds, that he actually looks a LOT like Jobs? Still not having it? Get More »
Add Ashton Kutcher to the list of actors whose Method approach to playing a role resulted in some serious health issues, as Yahoo! Movies reports that the "Punk'd" mastermind was rushed to the hospital a couple of days before commencing with principal photography on "jOBS." Get More »
Checking the news on April Fool's Day can be a real challenge, as even the most reputable and respectable websites will sometimes still post one or two joke columns; no doubt your Facebook and Twitter accounts were blowing up yesterday with stories that were just too good to be true.
Sometimes, though, even on April Fool's Day there are stories that are just too ridiculous to be fake and here's a prime example for you: According to Variety, Ashton Kutcher has signed on to play Steve Jobs in the new indie biopic "Jobs." Hard to believe, but you are not being punk'd. Get More »
Looks like Katherine Heigl has been reading Next Movie! (Disclaimer: She may, in fact, not be reading Next Movie.) But that's neither here nor there.
We suggested the flaxen-haired beauty should take a break from the romantic comedy circuit — temporarily, at least — and now she's set to star in "Face Blind," which is… (drum roll, please) a thriller!
The story follows a psychologist (Heigl) who has a rare affliction that makes it impossible for her to distinguish people by their faces. And you thought you were bad with names. Get More »
2011 was a big year at the box office, with massive blockbusters ("Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2"), emotional performances ("Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2") and instant classics ("Harry Potter and ..." oh, you get it) all converging to make this one of the most intriguing cinematic years in recent memory.
But as big as the year was at the theater, many of this year's biggest stories weren't on screen at all, but rather behind the scenes. Hollywood controversies, shocking deaths and studio intrigue provided just some of the surprising and unforgettable headlines that helped shape the year in film. With that in mind, then, here's a look at some of the stories from 2011 that you'll be talking about for years to come. Get More »
Unlike some of his other geriatric contemporaries, 77-year-old director Garry Marshall of "Pretty Woman" and "Valentine's Day" fame still knows what audiences want these days: STARS, baby, STARS!!! And stars he has for his latest date-movie destination, "New Year's Eve."
This time around, the funny filmmaker has marshaled (get it?) a swarm of talent to ring in the new to the tune of "Auld Lang Syne." Those on the glossy roster include Halle Berry, Robert De Niro, Zac Efron, Sarah Jessica Parker, Michelle Pfeiffer, and a few of the folks you'll see in the following clips. Get More »
One of Hollywood's most oddly endearing marriages has come to and end.
After months of tabloid reports that he cheated on her, Demi Moore has decided to divorce Ashton Kutcher, according to The Wrap.
The "Two and a Half Men" star's fidelity has usually been considered highly dubious by the media, but things came to a this-time-it's-for-real boil last month when Sara Leal, a 22-year-old San Diego woman, described a September sexual encounter with Kutcher in an Us Weekly story headlined, "How Ashton Kutcher Seduced Me" (subtle!). Get More »
Wahoo: The virtual polling booths are open for this year's People's Choice Awards.
Although the PCAs cover everything from your favorite morning TV show (go, Al Roker!) to the best TV guest star (Gwyneth Paltrow on "Glee"??), our favorite categories are the movies, naturally. And boy, are there a lot of movie categories. And nominees. And "Harry Potter." Get More »
Steve Jobs, the business-savvy genius who pioneered home computing with Apple and conquered the movie industry with Pixar, has passed on at the age of 56. The official Apple website has posted a tribute to the company's visionary leader, and even President Obama issued a statement hailing Jobs as "among the greatest of American innovators."
Jobs co-founded Apple, and in 1986, purchased the computer animation division of Lucasfilm called The Graphics Group, which later became the Pixar animation studio, one of Hollywood's biggest runaway success stories.
His global influence is being paid tribute to via the devices he devised as some of the biggest names in Hollywood took to Twitter to pay tribute to Steve Jobs...