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Last night, the
internet voting zombies people spoke and declared who and what they favored most from 2012's crop of films at the 2013 People's Choice Awards, and to the surprise of absolutely no one it was "The Hunger Games" which came out on top of the wins list.
"Hunger Games" snagged the win for Favorite Movie as well as Favorite Action Movie, Favorite Movie Franchise and Favorite On-Screen Chemistry. The film also garnered its now two-time Oscar-nominated leading actress Jennifer Lawrence a win for Favorite Movie Actress and Favorite Face of Heroism, which was great because her speech was - per usual - completely adorable. Get More »
This week: Will "Battleship" sink or swim on DVD and Blu-ray? The mega-budget summer flop about a naval fleet fighting off alien invaders had a reported budget of about $209 million but had to rely on the foreign box office to keep it afloat.
Nicholas Sparks really knows how to build up a movie audience and break them down with unforgettable love stories.
His latest mushfest, "The Lucky One," stars Zac Efron as a U.S. Marine returning home to try to find the woman in a photo he believes kept him alive during three tours of duty in Iraq, and a romance between the two follows. We've got tears in our eyes just thinking about it.
In honor of the release of "The Lucky One" on Blu-ray and DVD on Aug. 28, we're giving one lucky fan the chance to win a prize pack full of Nicholas Sparks weepies. Take a trip down memory lane with some of the greatest romantic movies of all time, starting with Sparks' first novel-turned-film "Message in a Bottle." Then, move on to the movie that put him on the map ("A Walk to Remember"), the classic ("The Notebook"), the movie that kept us crying ("Nights in Rodanthe") and the latest film. Get More »
It was only a matter of time before "The Hunger Games" was finally knocked out of the top spot of the box office charts and that's exactly what happened this weekend, as the Kevin Hart romcom "Think Like A Man" ended Katniss Everdeen's four week reign.
According to Hollywood.com, "Think Like A Man" took in a surprising $33 million dollars, a feat even more impressive when you consider that the film cost only $12 to make — an amount the movie earned in just its first day of release.
Fellow newcomer "The Lucky One" also scored big, ending up in second place with $22.8 million. So how did "The Hunger Games" do? Head to Hollywood.com for the full box office rundown.
"One of my favorite love stories of all time is "'Annie Hall.'
"That's sort of apropos. Woody Allen is a dream director for me and I've been a huge fan of his work."
In Nicholas Sparks' latest book-turned-movie hit, "The Lucky One," we get to swoon over Zac Efron and Taylor Schilling. But their sizzling romance wasn't the only thing that drew us to this movie.
We're totally inspired by the relaxed North Carolinian style the two actors take on. And, seeing as we're about to hit some scorching summer months of our own, we can't wait to rock some of the looks we saw on the big screen.
Check out the latest Get the Goods column for some romance-inspired smooth Southern styles so cool even city dwellers will want 'em.
A lot can happen in a decade, especially for an actor. Harrison Ford appeared in "A Time for Killing," his first credited screen role, in 1967 and became Han Solo in 1977. Halle Berry made her film debut in "Jungle Fever" in 1991 and by 2001 was starring in "Monster's Ball," for which she earned an Academy Award.
This year Zac Efron celebrates 10 years in Hollywood, and as he prepares to release his new romantic drama, "The Lucky One," we can look back on his career to see just how fortunate he's been. Though he's most famous for singing and dancing in three "High School Musical" movies and "Hairspray," this heartthrob first found work in the geekiest place imaginable: Joss Whedon's "Firefly." Get More »
In the tradition of Nicholas Sparks (and movies that could have been written by Sparks) comes "The Lucky One," the latest romantic tearjerker from the author that reinvented kissing in the rain with "The Notebook."
The movie stars Zac Efron as U.S. soldier Logan Thibault, a veteran of the Iraq war, who seeks out the woman whose photo he kept as a lucky charm in battle. That woman turns out to be Beth Clayton, played by Taylor Schilling ("Atlas Shrugged"). Logan falls in love with Beth and takes a job at her family-run kennel, but as always, complications ensue. Get More »
There's been a long line of distinguished, accomplished men named "Zechariah" (Zac, Zach or Zack, for short) throughout the course of American history: 12th U.S. President Zachary Taylor, Most Popular Student at Bayside High Zack Morris, um…
OK, so there haven't actually been that many. But today Zac/h/ks are changing history everywhere in Hollywood. Just look at Zach Galifianakis and Zac Efron, two of the biggest stars on the planet. Get More »
War is hell, but sometimes it can inspire quite the uplifting, whimsical fable — and the accompanying red carpet photo op.
Zac Efron (who managed to not drop a condom on the red carpet this time), Taylor Schilling and other romantics fell in love at the premiere for "The Lucky One," the swoon-worthy drama based on the novel by Nicholas Sparks in which a Marine travels to North Carolina after serving three tours in Iraq in search of the unknown woman he believes was his good luck charm during the war. Sweaty southern kissing and stuff soon ensues.
Check out our gallery of pics from the premiere and get ready to fall for "The Lucky One" when it hits theaters on April 20.