Our suave pal Jarek figured that if he can't actually be Ryan Gosling, then the next best thing must be to mack like The Gos, "The Notebook"-style. He set out with a camera crew and a strategically placed sprinkler, then invited women on a boardwalk to tell him whether they found kissing in the rain romantic. Well, duh.
As one woman in the video wryly says, "It's about to start raining, isn't it?" Get More »
Unless you're in deep with the French film scene, chances are you didn't catch the 2010 film "Crime d'Amour," but iffen you did, this might look really familiar.
Here we have the first trailer for "Passion," the latest crime thriller from Brian De Palma, featuring Rachel McAdams as Christine, a snaky international businesswoman who finds herself neck deep in salacious intrigue, masked murder and gobs and gobs of money after messing with the wrong protégé in Noomi Rapace's Isabelle. Get More »
If you've never heard of "The Little Prince," turn to the hipster near you who has a tattoo of a little blobby watercolor-looking dude with blonde hair standing on an alarmingly small planet. Alternately: Ask a child. They're down with "Le Petit Prince," as it's known in its mother language.
And, in Hollywood's language, it translates to cha-ching.Get More »
It's an age old question, debated by sages and philosophers for centuries: What would happen if you put "Harry Potter" stars Bill Nighy and Domhnall Gleeson together in a time travel caper? And now, thanks to The Telegraph, we finally know the answer: You'd get the first trailer for the new indie rom-com "About Time."
You would also get solid confirmation of Rachel McAdams' time travel fetish. Get More »
The MTV Movie Awards turns 22 this Sunday, April 14, which means yes, our beloved awards show has been drinking legally for a year.
In people years, the MTV Movie Awards still wouldn't be able to rent a car at the regular rate; but in the accolades-passing-out universe, 22 consecutive years of awarding popcorn statues to the A-list, producing the funniest movie spoofs ever, trying to wrangle Jim Carrey through his many stunts and witnessing the horror that was Borat's booty in Eminem's face has made it one of the most fun, most can't-be-missed awards shows in all Awards Show Land. Get More »
Does "Untitled Cameron Crowe Project" have a cute cast ... or the cutest cast ever?
"To the Wonder" cutie Rachel McAdams is officially in talks to join fellow cuties Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone in the "We Bought a Zoo" filmmaker's cute new project, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Get More »
The new trailer for Terrence Malick's latest impressionistic meditation on love, life and nature has just arrived courtesy of Apple Trailers, but you may want to take your Dramamine, because it has so many majestically swooping shots that you'll probably get motion sickness just watching it.
Nicholas Sparks has a well-deserved reputation as the master of the romantic drama, thanks to films like "The Notebook" and new release "Safe Haven." Last year's movie "The Vow" has everything you would expect from a Nicholas Sparks film: hot actors (Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams), a wife in a coma, lingering amnesia and the joy of love rediscovered. Just one thing -- somehow, amazingly, Sparks didn't actually write it.
Yeah, we're surprised, too. So in honor of "The Vow," we hereby present our list of the Top Five Movies You'd Think Were Written by Nicholas Sparks. Get More »
This week: The former CIA agent played by Liam Neeson is the one who ends up being abducted instead of his daughter in "Taken 2," the hit action sequel that also features the return of Maggie Grace as Neeson's daughter and Famke Janssen as his ex-wife in a story that moves the action to Istanbul.
Also new this week is the Sam Raimi-produced Jewish exorcism flick "The Possession" and a new collector's edition of "The Notebook" packaged with movie-inspired keepsakes. Get More »
Director Terrence Malick is known for tugging at heartstrings with his humanist cinematic prose, and it looks like he's put together some more that existential magic with his newest pic, "To the Wonder."
The first trailer for the film rings a familiar bell for those of us who watched his poetic "Tree of Life" last year. Only, rather than utilizing dinosaurs and the cosmos to illustrate the frailty of life, he's employed the use of vast open fields and a multitude of close-ups to intimate the theme of love and all its forms. Get More »