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How would you like to own something borrowed?
Okay, so that sounds like we're telling you to steal stuff, but actually we have something far cooler -- and more legal -- in mind: The new "Something Borrowed" Blu-ray combo pack, which we're about to give away to 15 lucky fans.
Bet that got your attention. Get More »
This just in: Girls are horrible and we secretly hate each other. We're selfish, back-stabbing and can't keep ourselves from stealing boyfriends to save our lives.
According to the movies, anyway.
Anyone who is a real girl (or likes a real girl) knows these single-note portrayals of women in movies -- a disproportionate number of which star Kate Hudson -- oversimplify lame chestnuts about the way girls interact.
We can admit when movies hit their mark ("Mean Girls," "Bridesmaids, etc.) But for every movie that tells us the ugly truth, there are a handful that get it so insultingly wrong.
Let's look at a few recent, egregious examples of Hollywood bitch-slapping femininity for the sake of ticket sales. Get More »
The summer movie season is here, and that means one thing: AIR CONDITIONING!!! Also, we get to watch some cool movies with our air conditioning ticket.
There will be some familiar if not downright iconic faces to greet us there, but who's not looking to make some new friends? Lucky for us Hollywood is dishing out a promising group of cinematic newcomers who just might have made the leap to stardom by the time school's back in session -- including two sons, one daughter and one cousin of pop culture royalty. Get More »
Colin Egglesfield may look familiar, but that's probably just because he has a unique resemblance to Tom Cruise.
The Midwestern actor took advantage of those dashing looks in his 20s when he modeled for the likes of Versace, Calvin Klein and Armani. He continued putting them to good use for several years on the popular (but just cancelled) soap "All My Children" and on the CW's ill-fated "Melrose Place" reboot.
This weekend, he brings those high cheekbones and grey eyes to the big screen in "Something Borrowed."
In the movie, he's Dex, the guy who comes between buds (Kate Hudson) and Rachel (Ginnifer Goodwin). But just because he sleeps with his fiance's best friend, doesn't mean he's a bad guy.
After talking to him, we can confirm: Colin's not such a bad guy himself. Get More »
Early summer movies don't all have to be about fast cars, heavy hammers or swashbucklers. Sometimes a romantic comedy -- especially one based on a bestselling novel -- hits just the right spot.
Thankfully, "Something Borrowed" hits theaters on May 6 and just in time, too!
Darcy (Kate Hudson) is about to marry Dex (Colin Egglesfield), who just happens to be her best friend Rachel's (Ginnifer Goodwin) long-time crush. The triangle gets hilariously complicated -- especially when "The Office" star John Krasinski joins the mix -- and, well, needless to say, friendships are tested.
But we won't be testing you. Instead, we're just going to give you some really cool stuff in our usual, awesomely easy way. Get More »
These days, there are few movies produced by Hollywood that are telling truly original stories. How can there be? With hundreds of films sprouting up every year, it's impossible to be completely "new." It's all about the spin.
That's the feeling you get from the first trailer for the romantic comedy "Something Borrowed." The film stars Ginnifer Goodwin of "Big Love," Kate Hudson of every rom-com from the past five years, John Krasinski of "The Office" and Colin Egglesfield, who's relatively unknown and looks strikingly similar to Tom Cruise, all crossing each others paths and getting into the charming, corny, romantic troubles we come to expect. Pretty faces falling in love. Get More »
Movies: There are just so darn many of them. Usually this is a great thing, but with 2011 now upon us, it can seem overwhelming. After all, a new year means a whole new slate of hundreds of movies, ranging from awesome to terribad. Who has the time to sort through them all?
Well, we do.
So don’t worry, your number one internet friend has carefully reviewed every single one of the movies coming out over the next year so that you don't have to. We've gone through the scripts, talked to the actors and poured over the trailers, frame by frame, all in order to determine which films are your best bets over the next 12 months. Here are our top 50. Get More »
2011 is looking like it's going to be a good year for movies.
Just in time for the holiday weekend, Warner Bros. has released the first photos from some of next year's biggest releases, and we've added them to the list of things we're thankful for.
The boys are back for more ill-advised shenanigans involving copious amounts of alcohol in "The Hangover 2," which trades Las Vegas for Thailand (which is something of a Sin City -- or, technically, Country -- in its own right). Get More »