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Maggie Grace is trouble. And we like that.
Maggie was stranded on a deserted island (and later "voted off," so to speak) on "Lost," haunted by an evil mist in "The Fog," kidnapped and sold into sex slavery (or at least drugged-up dancing) in "Taken" and taken hostage during a riot on a prison spaceship in "Lockout." And she looked really, really good in every single scenario.
Now Maggie's causing all sorts of drama (and war and death, perhaps) for the Cullen clan in "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2." Check out our collection of pics of this troubled young lady looking hot (and often bothered) throughout the years in movies, television and on the red carpet.
Who wouldn't be driven mad by the beauty of Olga Kurylenko?
The "Seven Psychopaths" star is so hot, James Bond didn't sleep with her in "Quantum of Solace" for fear of suffering, like, thousand-degree burns. She taught a brainwashed assassin how to love in "Hitman," fought the good fight in "Centurion" and will soon make Ben Affleck (and everyone else) swoon in Terrence Malick's "To the Wonder." The lady's definitely packing heat!
Check out our collection of pics featuring Olga Kurylenko burning up the red carpets, premieres and movie sets from over the years. "Seven Psychopaths" gets crazy in theaters on Oct. 12.
What, no bunny?
The true star of "Seven Psychopaths" may have been noticeably missing from the Hollywood premiere, but Tom Waits, Colin Farrell, Sam Rockwell, Christopher Walken and Abbie Cornish were spotted on the red carpet in celebration of Martin McDonagh's new crime comedy. And the dog's appearance proved that at least one of the film's four-legged scene-stealers didn't feel like giving its two-legged co-stars a chance to take center stage at the premiere after upstaging them left and right in the actual movie.
Check out our collection of pics from the premiere and join the "Seven Psychopaths" in theaters on Oct. 12.
Forget Los Angeles — Canada is where the famous actor-types are at every year in September. The Toronto International Film Festival is a great way to kick off the more "serious" fall movie season as it features more adult-oriented dramas like "Looper," "On the Road" and, uh, "Dredd 3D."
However, just because it's time to get a little more serious with the storytelling now that the summer movie season is over doesn't mean there aren't some good Hollywood fun and games going on, too. Check out the stars getting down up north — and check them out often, as we'll be updating this gallery daily through Sept. 16.
Keep up with all the TIFF movie reviews at Film.com.
Dear lord, how did L.A. not collapse under the weight of all this testosterone?
It was manly men galore as Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jason Statham, Jean-Claude Van Damme and other towers of power walked the red carpet in Hollywood in celebration of "The Expendables 2," the rough and tumble tale of dudes with guns, knives, bazookas and attitude.
Check out our collection of pics from the premiere and get ready for the bullet-ridden extravaganza that is "The Expendables 2," in theaters on Aug. 17.
We don't think the classic line "Get your ass to Mars" is in the remake, but that doesn't mean we're not going to refer to it every chance we get.
Colin Farrell, Kate Beckinsale, Jessica Biel and other mind-benders walked the red carpet (OR DID THEY?) in celebration of director Len Wiseman's upgraded remix of Paul Verhoeven's 1990 sci-fi cult classic, "Total Recall." We noticed that no one arrived via Johnny Cab, which is ... well, a little disappointing, actually.
Check out our collection of pics from the premiere, and get your ass to "Total Recall" (see?) when it hits theaters on Aug. 3.
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We sleep soundly with the knowledge that these brave souls are watching over our 'hoods.
Ben Stiller, Jonah Hill, Vince Vaughn and other celebs kept the red carpet safe from alien invasion at the premiere of "The Watch," the movie that happens when Hollywood wants its own "Attack the Block." Luckily, no extraterrestrials caused a ruckus (though that doesn't mean they weren't in attendance, you know).
Check out our collection of pics from the premiere and sign up for "The Watch" yourself on July 27.
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Holy Celebrities, Batman!
Christian Bale, Anne Hathaway, Tom Hardy, Marion Cotillard, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and other super-stars (emphasis on the "super," of course) descended on Gotham, er, New York City for the premiere of the final installment of director Christopher Nolan's Bat-trilogy, "The Dark Knight Rises." It's kind of strange to actually see Mr. Hardy's unmasked face after the slew of masked Bane photos that have been popping up lately.
Check out our collection of pics from the premiere. We'd tell you to go see "The Dark Knight Rises" when it opens this Friday if you weren't already planning on it.
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Look out — here comes the "Spider-Man!"
Hollywood filled in for Forest Hills, Queens as Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Rhys Ifans and other comic book movie stars walked the red carpet in celebration of the new wall-crawler adventure, "The Amazing Spider-Man." Somewhat unfortunately, Garfield and Ifans behaved themselves and didn't break into an impromptu Spidey-Lizard battle for the amusement of their fellow attendees.
Check out some of your favorite friendly neighborhood celebrities in our collection of pics from the premiere and get tangled up in "The Amazing Spider-Man" when it hits theaters on July 3.
Glamor never seemed so rough and rugged.
Blake Lively, Taylor Kitsch, Benicio Del Toro, Salma Hayek and other usually refined and cultured types (though not an absent Aaron Johnson, who's probably away on his honeymoon) embraced their primal instincts on the red carpet at the premiere of "Savages," a film that hopefully marks the return of the wild, fiercely creative Oliver Stone that's been somewhat dormant since 1997's "U Turn." Enough with the "Wall Street" sequels — it's time to return to "Natural Born Killers" kind of territory!
Get your hopes up with our collection of pics from the premiere and join the "Savages" in theaters on July 6.