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We haven't taken our eyes off Freida Pinto since "Slumdog Millionaire" a few years ago. Seeing her in serious indie fare like "Trishna," actioners like "Immortals" and blockbusters like "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" is just enough to put us over the edge.
Whether in her movies or on the red carpet, Pinto's beautiful demeanor — from her gorgeous face and classic fashion sense to her talent and friendly attitude — makes her more than worthy of our latest Hot People Looking Hot gallery.
Woody Allen doesn't just have a knack for writing screenplays and directing movies. He knows how to pick gorgeous leading ladies better than, well, anyone.
From Penelope Cruz and Ellen Page in his latest, "To Rome With Love," to his trio of trips down Scarlett Johansson lane, the bespectacled one has spent the better part of the last decade with the biggest female up-and-comers and the hottest young starlets.
He's spent quality time with "Slumdog Millionaire"'s Frieda Pinto, "The Town"'s Rebecca Hall and the gorgeous Rachel McAdams. Plus, he'll soon be spending quality time with Cate Blanchett in his untitled flick slated for next year.
Not enough evidence? Take a good look through our Woody-Worthy Women gallery and see for yourself.
Who wouldn't want to hoof it with Freida Pinto?
The "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" beauty will soon be showing off her dance moves as she signs on to play the female lead in "Desert Dancer," according to Variety.
Alfred Molina and Reece Ritchie are also on board the film that's based on the life of Afshin Ghaffarian. The story is set in Iran, where most forms of dancing are banned, against the backdrop of the 2009 election protests — where, despite the dangers, Ghaffarian (Ritchie) is willing to risk his life to fight for his dream to become a dancer. Get More »
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We've outlined the basic reasons "Immortals" rocks the house, but now you can see for yourself with some choice moments from this year's biggest exhibition of sword-and-sandal badassery.
Director Tarsem Singh ("The Cell," "The Fall") knocks this tale of gods vs Titans right out of the Acropolis, staging mythical battles aided by some of the best 3-D you've ever seen. It features Henry Cavill as legendary Greek warrior Theseus, Mickey Rourke as scummy King Hyperion and Freida Pinto as smokin' hot oracle Phaedra, who has foreseen you salivating over her nude scene. Get More »
In 2007, Zack Snyder's movie "300" breathed dramatic new life into the ancient tale of the Battle of Thermopylae, where 300 Spartan warriors fought against a million-Persian army led by Xerxes. It conquered the box office, but could its stylized battles ever be topped?
Yes. Yes, they could.
Director Tarsem Singh is about to unleash "Immortals," his unique take on Greek mythology that puts "Clash of the Titans" to shame and makes "300" look quaint by comparison. We've got seven good reasons this kickass film takes "300" to school. Get More »
Around these parts, they call it Texas Tea, but in the Middle East they prefer another nickname for oil: "Black Gold."
And that's never been more true than today, as the first trailer for the new international historical drama "Black Gold" has just hit the internet. So exactly how do you say "I drink your milkshake" in Arabic? Get More »
As the leaves turn their autumnal colors and the air gets brisker, we like to warm ourselves by the fire of scorching hot babes burning up the screen with hotness!!!
Ahem. With all due respect, coming up this fall is an amazing lineup of actresses, poised to deliver what look to be some of the best performances of the year. These ladies are in it to win it, and by "it" we mean box office loot, Oscars, and a special place in our hearts.
James Franco, Tom Felton, Freida Pinto, Andy Serkis and many more were present to mark the beginning of the simian uprising at the Los Angeles premiere of "Rise of the Planet of the Apes."
Check out the children of the revolution as they worked the red carpet at Grauman's Chinese Theatre on Thursday, July 28. Rupert Grint was there to show his unwavering support for his "Harry Potter" pal and Andy Serkis appeared to still be somewhat in character as Caesar, the rabble-rousing ultra-smart ape.
"Rise of the Planet of the Apes" opens Aug. 5.