In a plunging pantsuit, gilded choker and auburn waves, Emily Blunt has never looked as glam as she does in the video for Yves Saint Laurent’s Opium fragrance — but she’s not quite sure she pulled it off.
“God, I’m so un-French in that trailer,” she laments to U.K.’s The Telegraph of the video (below), in which she deftly… Continue reading Emily Blunt: YSL Made a ‘Terrible Mistake’ Hiring Me
On November 23rd one of the more fascinating films of the year hits theaters, courtesy of director Martin Scorsese. His adaptation of Brian Selznick’s book The Invention of Hugo Cabret (shortened to Hugo for the theatrical release) is just mesmerizing in every conceivable way, as we first reported back when the film enjoyed a secret screening at the New York Film Festival (read our… Continue reading Guess Which 3D Movies Martin Scorsese Made His 'Hugo' Cast and Crew Watch
Comedians are good at being funny (well, some of them, anyway), but sometimes they get really, really serious instead. Take Dane Cook. In his latest film, ‘Answers to Nothing,’ the arena-filling comic plays a cheating husband with a pregnant wife. Cook may be known for his crude humor, but you won’t find any of that in this film — at least, not in the trailer, which just premiered.
According… Continue reading Dane Cook, Matt Saracen and Juliet from 'Lost' Made a Drama Together
After much deliberation, “have baby, will travel” no longer applies to Melissa Rycroft, who recently relocated to California along with husband Tye Strickland and the couple’s daughter Ava Grace.
“We have taken the leap after years and years of saying we never would,” the former Dancing With the Stars contestant, 28, told PEOPLE during the Kardashian Kollection launch party Wednesday in Hollywood, Calif.
“Adding a baby to the equation makes… Continue reading Melissa Rycroft: Why We Made the Move to California
(Drama) Something the Lord Made tells the emotional true story of two men who defied the rules of their time to launch a medical revolution, set against the backdrop of the Jim Crow south. Working in 1940s Baltimore on an unprecedented technique for performing heart surgery on “blue babies,” Dr. Alfred… Continue reading Something the Lord Made Reviews