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This week: Steven Spielberg directs Daniel Day-Lewis in his Oscar-winning role in "Lincoln" as the 16th President of the United States who spent the last few months of his life making changes that would affect generations of Americans.
Also new this week is the crime drama "Killing Them Softly" with Brad Pitt, the horror sequel "The Collection," the family comedy "Parental Guidance" and Stuart Gordon's cult favorite "From Beyond" on Blu-ray for the first time. Get More »
With soccer moms now taking pole dancing aerobics at the Y, it’s safe to say that stripping (not to mention its costumed cousin, burlesque) has seduced mainstream America ... for better or worse.
However, for every relatively whimsical look at the profession ("The Full Monty," "Sin City"), there seems to be at least two darker examinations. In the case of "About Cherry," which has commenced with putting on a show in theaters as of today, sometimes working in a strip club can lead to stripping (and doing other stuff) on a porn set ... and a dubious romance with a coke-addicted lawyer (James Franco).
Still, whether their stories are super-serious or all in good fun, movie strippers certainly provide the eye candy along with a sense of intriguing, unattainable mystery. Here are 15 of our favorite on-screen adult entertainers. Get More »
Okay, let's get this out of the way right up front: No, "Parental Guidance" hasn't yet been given a rating by the MPAA, so it's not actually rated PG.
But while it doesn't have that bit of industry synergy going for it (yet), it does have the kind of synergy you get when you put Billy Crystal and Bette Midler together in a comedy about grandparents trying to adapt to, you know, being grandparents.
And it's also got a new trailer you won't want to miss. Get More »
Alexander Siddig has a particular set of skills. Skills he has acquired over a very long career. Skills that make him a nightmare for people who don't like cool movies. If the people who took his daughter in the new trailer for the indie thriller "Inescapable" had let her go, that would have been the end of it. But since they didn't he is going to look for them. He will find them.
And with the help of Joshua Jacksona and Marissa Tomei, he may or may not kill them. It's all kind of murky. Get More »
A good thriller gets people's blood racing, and what better way to start than with two Hollywood scene-stealers in lead roles. Which is why it's no surprise that Marisa Tomei and Joshua Jackson have joined Alexander Siddig in the cast of Ruba Nadda's upcoming "Inescapable."
Nadda will direct the story of a Syrian expatriate (Siddig) who must go back to his homeland in Damascus after his journalist daughter—who had been working in the unstable zone—goes missing. Upon his return, he enlists the help of a former love (Tomei) to help him. (Hey, if your daughter's gonna go missing and you need help finding her, Tomei's not a bad choice for a companion.)
Along the way, the duo connects with an embassy official (Jackson), who is at first seemingly helpful, but may have an agenda of his own. (Dun dun dun.) Get More »
Marisa Tomei stars opposite George Clooney in the upcoming "The Ides of March," but this Oscar-winning actress is even closer to her colleague than you might think ... thanks to some "hijinx" at Clooney's Lake Como "palazzo."
In case you missed it, Team Coco has posted the clip in which the brunette beauty confessed to Conan O'Brien that Clooney had a few people over to his Italian house during the Venice Film Festival, including herself, Evan Rachel Wood and Charlie Rose (yes, the 70-year-old PBS interview host). And one night, they went skinny-dipping.
Back this truck up. Charlie Rose went skinny dipping with Marisa Tomei, Evan Rachel Wood and George Clooney? Get More »
Marisa Tomei is joining the "Us & Them" family.
The "Crazy, Stupid, Love" star is now part of the clan that will bicker, battle and probably eventually reconcile in the multi-generational comedy, according to Variety.
"Us & Them" stars Crystal and Midler as a feuding couple forced to call a truce when they find themselves living under the same roof as their three grandchildren. As they struggle to come to terms with the kids' modern ways (we're sure there will be a bit of dialogue along the lines of, "What's an iPad?"), they look to reconcile not only with each other but with their daughter (Tomei), the mother of the little hellions. Get More »
First a history lesson and then we promise we'll get to the part where George Clooney and Ryan Gosling are totally awesome.
The term "The Ides of March" refers to March 15. It was on that date in the year 44 B.C. that Roman emperor Julius Caesar was assassinated on the floor of Senate by a gaggle of fellow politicians, including some of his most trusted friends and allies.
In William Shakespeare's dramatization of these events, Caesar is warned beforehand by a wizard to "beware the Ides of March," which nowadays is a way of telling people to watch their backs and beware of false friends. Get More »
Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, Steve Carell, Julianne Moore and Marisa Tomei made the red carpet a little more romantic than usual at the New York premiere of "Crazy, Stupid, Love."
The event marked Stone's second consecutive night at NYC's Ziegfeld Theater after attending Monday's premiere of "Friends With Benefits." And we have a feeling the Ziegfeld will be seeing her again soon!
Check out our gallery of lovestruck fools. "Crazy, Stupid, Love" opens July 29.
"The Lincoln Lawyer" is the new historical courtroom drama about the famous 1852 trial in which Abraham Lincoln was defended by a former slave-turned-litigator in a case involving… no, not really.
Seems the "Lincoln" in "The Lincoln Lawyer" refers to a car, and in said car is everyone's favorite naked bongo player, Matthew McConaughey. The Texan is going back to his roots practicing law like he did early in his career with "A Time to Kill" and "Amistad," although this time his character appears to be a little less idealistic. Get More »