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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.
Rachel McAdams is one cool lady, but her career is particularly white hot right now. She's just added another awesome project to her to-do list, the dramatic thriller "A Most Wanted Man." It promises to be a seriously cool spy drama, with Phillip Seymour Hoffman costarring and famed photographed and director Anton Corbijn behind the camera.
"A Most Wanted Man" is based on the novel by bestselling author John le Carre, whose other juicy novels have been turned into movies like "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy" and "The Constant Gardener." According to The Hollywood Reporter, Hoffman will be playing the top dog among German spies who's trying to ferret out the true identity of a man on the run who shows up in Hamburg. While McAdams' role isn't quite as clear yet, she's definitely wrapped up in the mystery. Get More »
Rachel McAdams is going to make you believe in the (sometimes supernatural) power of love … again.
The adorable star of such romantic dramas as "The Vow" and "The Notebook" is set to continue breaking hearts as she signs on to play the female lead in "About Time," according to The Hollywood Reporter. Get More »
This week: After sitting out the previous installment, Kate Beckinsale returns as fanged Death Dealer Selene in "Underworld: Awakening," which costars India Eisely, Michael Ealy, Theo James and Stephen Rea.
Also new this week is the comedy "Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie," the romantic drama "The Vow," and the limited-edition Blu-ray debut of 1959's "Journey to the Center of the Earth." Get More »
Rachel McAdams (as Paige) and Channing Tatum (Leo), two actors that are no strangers to romantic films, hit the silver screen together this weekend in "The Vow," and you know they look good.
In a movie that highlights the meanings of "in sickness and in health," Leo is on a mission to make his wife, Paige, fall in love with him again after she suffers severe memory loss following a car accident. Sure, the film is moving, but between our tears, we couldn't help but notice some of the awesome fashion choices both characters made.
She may not be able to remember her husband, but Paige totally doesn't forget how to dress.
Check out the latest Get the Goods for the movie's most memorable styles.
Even from the pics taken at the Hollywood premiere, you can tell "The Vow" is going to be at least a three-hanky tearjerker.
Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams looked ridiculously cute together as they stepped out on the red carpet at Grauman's Chinese Theatre to celebrate the release of their highly anticipated romantic drama, which follows a happily married couple whose idyllic life is torn asunder after a car accident leaves the wife with severe memory loss, prompting her husband -- who's now more or less a complete stranger to her -- to woo her all over again. Sigh!
We promise you'll love our gallery of pics from the premiere. "The Vow" hits theaters on Feb. 10.
What do these 30 women have in common (besides their obvious hotness)? They're all poised to take things to the next level in 2012.
The roles are bigger, and the spotlight has never been brighter for these female thespians. Whether they're launching a new potential trilogy or making their first leap into the comedy arena, we salute these actresses for taking on roles that carry major risks and possibly major rewards.
Also Check Out: 30 Actors to Watch in 2012
Do you know someone -- or perhaps you are someone -- who seems out of step with the current time because he or she deeply romanticizes another era in which they never lived? In Woody Allen's "Midnight in Paris," Gil Pender (Owen Wilson) is that person, and the era he loves is Paris in the 1920s.
"Midnight in Paris" opens with some gorgeous shots of the City of Light where Gil is vacationing with his fiancée, Inez (Rachel McAdams), and her right-wing parents. Gil is a successful Hollywood screenwriter who dreams of finishing his first novel -- about a nostalgia-shop owner -- in Paris, where many of his literary heroes worked and played. Get More »
Rachel McAdams is ready to make it a little hot in here.
The "Notebook" beauty will be embracing her erotic side as she's in talks to join the cast of director Brian De Palma's latest sexy, stylish spellbinder, "Passion," according to The Playlist.
"Passion" is a loose remake of the French thriller, "Love Crime," which features an older woman seeking revenge against her protege. "Passion" turns the premise around a bit and instead focuses on a woman who turns murderess after her boss steals her idea. Get More »
When you get nominated for the little gold man at the Oscars like Mark Wahlberg did for producing "The Fighter," there's going to be a silver lining even if you end up losing it -- like, say, having your pick of the hottest and most talented actresses in the world for your next project.
Which is exactly what's happening right now, as The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that director David O. Russell is currently screen testing stars including Rachel McAdams, Olivia Wilde and Rooney Mara to star opposite Wahlberg in "The Silver Linings Playbook." Get More »