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Changing appearances for the sake of entertainment is nothing new in Hollywood; it's all part of the gig. But when professional heartthrob Ryan Gosling tweaks his look, disgruntled fans are going to have something to say about it.
In "The Place Beyond the Pines," Gosling sports a bleach-blond 'do for his role as a motorcycle racer-turned-bank robber. As photos started surfacing during the film's production, people were wondering what the heck was going on with his hair. Serious drama. Get More »
Fans of 1980s action cinema are eagerly awaiting this week's release of "The Expendables 2" thanks to its all star cast, which includes Chuck Norris, Sylvester Stallone, Bruce Willis, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Dolph Lundgren and Jean-Claude Van Damme. So what could they possibly do to top that for "The Expendables 3?"
How about giving fans of '70s action cinema a blast from the past with Clint Eastwood and Harrison Ford?
Looks like punks aren't the only ones feeling lucky today. Get More »
It’s an elite group that Rooney Mara is about to join. As Noomi Rapace did before her, Mara, playing "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo," will take a spot in film lore as one of the very few female lead characters sporting major body art.
Usually, on-screen tattooing signifies toughness, edginess and a certain amount of invincibility, qualities that Mara’s character, computer hacker Lisbeth Sander, has in spades.
With the dragon tattoo itself being a key part of the murder mystery story, here's a look at some other top body artistry in movies -- mostly sported by heavily muscled and bare-chested bad guys. We think you’ll agree that some of the imagery is practically museum-worthy.
Though it was exciting seeing a post-"Cliffhanger" Sylvester Stallone and a pre-jail Wesley Snipes duke it out in the futuristic dystopian utopia of San Angeles circa 2032, "Demolition Man" is most notable for its assortment of shoehorned-in '90s artifacts, including references to President Schwarzenegger, all restaurants being Taco Bell, theme song by Sting, and the "comedic" antics of Denis Leary. Get More »
Really, who doesn't love a man in drag?
From Tyler Perry and Robin Williams to those kooky kids at Harvard who put on the annual Hasty Pudding silliness, a dude in dainty duds is often the cause of a good laugh, an occasional heartfelt moment and even some family-oriented warm fuzzies.
With "Big Momma's: Like Father, Like Son" hitting theaters this week – and "Tyler Perry's Madea's Big Happy Family" arriving in April – we're counting down the most convincing male movie cross-dressers from the utterly ridiculous sight gags to the jaw-droppingly feminine. Get More »