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catherine zeta jones 440x330 Did Julia Roberts Inspire Catherine Zeta Jones’s Bold Makeover?INF; Everett

A far cry from her elegant red carpet persona, Catherine Zeta-Jones is turning heads with her on-screen look in the casino caper, Lay the Favorite.

In the flick, Zeta-Jones plays Tulip, a gambler’s wife with a penchant for too-tight gym clothes. With her face-framing cleavage and conspicuous accessories, her styling is more than… Continue reading Did Julia Roberts Inspire Catherine Zeta-Jones’s Bold Makeover?

129138551 Julia Roberts Set to Produce and Possibly Star in Second ActThe Julia Roberts comeback is in full effect, y’all! Sorta. On the heels of ‘Larry Crowne’ — as well as the upcoming sure-to-be camp classic ‘Mirror Mirror’ — Roberts has signed on to produce and possibly star in ‘Second Act.’ Per The Hollywood Reporter, ‘Second Act’ focuses on a woman “who has never worked and is forced to take a job.” (The economy, amirite?) What job does she… Continue reading Julia Roberts Set to Produce and Possibly Star in 'Second Act'

larry crowne poster180x270 Julia Roberts and Tom Hanks Talk Starting Over in Larry Crowne (VIDEO)Do stars get any bigger than Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts? This dream team are together again (they starred in 2007’s ‘Charlie Wilson’s War’) in the new film ‘Larry Crowne’ which opens this Friday. We were lucky enough to sit down with the pair to talk about the film, whether or not Roberts knows her ‘Star Trek’ and ‘Star Wars,’ George Takei’s amazing role and riding around Burbank… Continue reading Julia Roberts and Tom Hanks Talk Starting Over in 'Larry Crowne' (VIDEO)

Review in a Hurry: Not the head of the class. Tom Hanks plays the titular middle-aged college student who’s hot for his burned-out teacher (Julia Roberts). Mildly amusing Larry gets a pass because of its likable leads but earns low marks for the flimsy plot and undercooked… Continue reading Movie Review: Tom Hanks & Julia Roberts' Adult-Ed Romance Larry Crowne Barely Passable

We’ve seen many coming-of-age movies taking place both in high school and in New York City, but none of them are quite like Gavin Wiesen’s The Art of Getting By , which combines the two in a unique way.

It stars Freddie Highmore now all grown-up and playing 18-year-old George, a chronic slacker art student at risk of not graduating high school since he hasn’t turned in enough of… Continue reading Exclusive CS Video: Freddie Highmore & Emma Roberts