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Jennifer Lawrence is Katniss. But that doesn't mean we always have to see her makeup-free with a mussed up single brown braid all the time. The blonde's beauty is just too much to be contained.
We first fell for the rising star in "Winter's Bone," she kicked our asses last summer in "X-Men: First Class," she's stolen our hearts time and again with her winning looks on the red carpet at all the awards shows, and then, of course, she landed the lead in the adaptations of the "Hunger Games" novels. And just wait until she blows you away yet again in "Silver Linings Playbook."
Also, she's gorgeous. Which just happens to make her perfect for a Hot People Looking Hot gallery.
In the sea of summer action flicks, a smaller, sweeter film is standing out. Well, its trailer is, anyway.
Though "Cheerful Weather for the Wedding" had a run at the Tribeca Film Festival earlier this year and managed to secure distribution from IFC Films, no U.S. release date has been set, but we're already jonesing to save the date, because this British drama features the good taste of "Downton Abbey" with the perfect dash of edgy humor.
Oh, and there are some pretty awesome stars in it as well. Get More »
This week: Mickey Rourke attempts to unleash the Titans in "Immortals," a remake of "Footloose" cuts loose, Adam Sandler is doubly unfunny in "Jack and Jill," a young couple goes crazy being apart in "Like Crazy," and "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" makes a noble Blu-ray debut. Get More »
It's never too early to start your Christmas shopping -- or to start the Hollywood awards season!
The 21st Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards were held tonight in New York City at the Cipriani Wall Street. Oliver Platt and Edie Falco hosted the ceremony that celebrates independent film and marks the beginning of the movie awards season that will continue going strong through the Oscars at the end of February. Get More »
It's doubtful that "Like Crazy" will rack up $100 million at the box office or garner heaps of Oscar nominations, but you can't buy the type of buzz its young star Felicity Jones is generating for it.
The 27-year-old Brit from Birmingham plays Anna, an English coed at a California college who falls truly, madly, deeply in love with Anton Yelchin's Jacob, but when she tests Customs and overstays her visa, the two must suffer a continent apart.
Jones, who won an acting prize at this year's Sundance, is drawing crazy amounts of praise for her heavily improvised role in the intimate drama that's like "Before Sunrise" for the long-distance set. Get More »
Having been a fixture on British TV since she was 11 years old, Felicity Jones has made the jump across the pond with her breakout role in the Sundance Grand Prize-winning film "Like Crazy." But she’s not just another pretty Brit. Here’s why we think you’ll be seeing more of Jones in the years to come. Get More »
The greatest cross to bear for a thespian is the realization that a career in their chosen art form, no matter how nominally successful, will forever be thankless.
Just kidding! Those suckers get praised all the damn time, and today is no different, with the announcement of the Gotham Independent Film Award nominees.
Today's nominations mark the first round of awards announcements for the season, to be followed up in the next few months with nominations for the Oscars, Golden Globes, SAG Awards, the MTV Movie Awards and the industry's other major award for independent film, the Independent Spirit Awards. Get More »
It's that time of the year again. With summer officially over and awards season brewing, the Toronto International Film Festival launches its assault on the moviegoing masses of the world.
And what an assault it's going to be. From Ryan Gosling putting the pedal to the medal in "Drive" to George Clooney breaking hearts in "The Descendants," to both of them starring in the political drama "The Ides of March," this year's edition promises to be a doozy with a little bit of something for everyone.
Find out what's playing this year by checking out our rundown of the 15 films we're most looking forward to seeing at the festival. Get More »
The leaves are falling, school is starting, and Oscar season is on its way. You might think it's time to leave summer blockbusters behind, but this fall has something for everyone, from arty indies to 3-D extravaganzas.
Some of these folks, like Julianne Hough and Lea Michele, are familiar faces from the boob tube who are making the leap to movies; and others, like Noomi Rapace, are better known overseas. What they all have in common is that their breakthrough moments are upon us, as sure as school supplies. Get More »
We sure had a lot of fun at the movies this summer, didn't we? Between the tears at the end of the "Harry Potter" saga, the cheers for superheroes like the "X-Men" and "Thor" and the laughs at "Bridesmaids" and "The Hangover: Part II," the summer just flew by. But now it's gone, and it leaves us with just one thing to look forward to.
All the awesome films of fall.
For screen junkies, the best part of the year is yet to come, because the fall movie lineup has all the action of summer combined with the best new festival favorites, horror gems for Halloween and Oscar bait for award season. So saddle up, because we've got your ultimate guide to the 37 must-see movies of fall -- and it's going to be a wild ride. Get More »