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The 10 Best Moments from Marvel’s Phase One Movies by Evan Saathoff
Check Out This Trippy Alternate Poster for ‘Room 237′ (Exclusive) by Erik Davis
Dialogue: Jon M. Chu on Future ‘G.I. Joe’ Movies, Standalone Sequels, ‘He-Man’ and More by Todd Gilchrist
Which Rusty Griswold Is Ed Helms Playing in ‘Vacation’? by John Gholson
Disney’s 2015 Film Slate Is Insane: ‘The Avengers 2,’ ‘Pirates 5,’ ‘Star Wars,’ ‘Ant-Man,’ ‘Finding Dory’… Continue reading Best of the Week: Horror Movies Everywhere, Remembering Roger Ebert, and More
The film criticism show Ebert Presents: At the Movies will go on hiatus at the end of December, according to a blog post published Wednesday by Roger Ebert. The public TV program was produced and nearly entirely financed by the Chicago Sun-Times film critic and his wife, Chaz Ebert, and was intended to be a continuation of the various review shows hosted by Ebert and the late Gene… Continue reading Roger Ebert’s ‘At the Movies’ show to go on hiatus
Roger Federer may be known as one of the world’s best tennis players, but that doesn’t faze his 2-year-old identical twin daughters Myla Rose and Charlene Riva.
“They will pick up their doll instead of a tennis racket and be happy with that,” Federer, 30, told PEOPLE at Saturday’s US Open press conference in New York after defeating Marin Cilic of Croatia.
“They try hard [with a racket] but they get… Continue reading Roger Federer: My Twins Prefer Dolls to Tennis Rackets
Jane Fonda, now 73, was once an international sex symbol and then one of the most famous — and most hated — celebrity activists. A new biography details the star’s open marriage to her first husband, French director Roger Vadim, who also romanced Catherine Deneuve and Brigitte Bardot.
The book reads like a who’s who of the Swinging ’60s: Fonda partied with Dennis Hopper and Jack Nicholson and indulged… Continue reading Jane Fonda and Roger Vadim Were Way Into Group Sex (and Other Revelations From Patricia Bosworth's New Biography)