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181405317 True Blood Star Luke Grimes Joins Fifty Shades of Grey CastGetty

Now that “Fifty Shades of Grey” has found its Christian Grey (again), the movie is filling out the rest… Continue reading 'True Blood' Star Luke Grimes Joins 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Cast

The heroes of the original “Star Wars” trilogy have been dropping hints left and right about their reported -– and still unconfirmed –- involvement in J.J. Abrams’s upcoming “Episode VII,” and Mark Hamill has been one of the most vocal.

The actor behind Luke Skywalker fielded audience questions at the recent CapeTown Film Festival, discussing his experience filming the original series, his disagreement with fans’ negative reactions to the prequels, and… Continue reading 'Star Wars: Episode 7': Mark Hamill Is All for Playing Luke Skywalker

Say g’day to yet another hot Aussie actor: Luke Hemsworth, older brother of Chris and Liam, has just signed on for his first feature film role.

Luke will play a detective in “The Reckoning,” about the search for missing teenagers who shot video footage of a murder, set to begin filming in Australia next month. He moved to Los Angeles in 2011, and is also due to shoot the World War… Continue reading Luke Hemsworth in 'The Reckoning': Chris and Liam's Brother Signs on to First Feature Film

  • ‘The Shawshank Redemption’ (Frank Darabont, 1994)

    The beloved “Shawshank Redemption,” which currently holds the title of “Favorite Movie Ever by Pretty Much Every Human On Earth,” is often remembered for its immortal themes of hope, courage and understanding, which is a shame because it’s also a movie about busting out of the joint. The fact that the escape carried out mostly in secret by Andy Dufresne (Tim Robbins) isn’t revealed

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    08/24/2012 at 12:00 PM ET

    By now you’ve probably seen the super-cute Old Navy ads starring some of our favorite Beverly Hills, 90210ers. They’re not only fun for us to watch (yes, we’re children of the ’90s) but they were fun for the stars to create, too.

    It was all about “nostalgia,” Jennie Garth told PEOPLE