Wow! After Sunday’s excellent “The Weekend,” Homeland cannot be blamed for dragging things out. Episode 7 gave us the confrontation we thought wouldn’t happen until the season finale, and a twist that only some guy out there who predicted every fathomable permutation got right. All that, and there’s still lingering doubt about everyone involved.
“The Weekend” was ostensibly about two couples getting to know each other better—Brody and Carrie, and Saul… Continue reading Homeland: A Romantic Weekend Getaway
Paris Hilton and Todd Phillips
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• New couple alert? Paris Hilton may have recently called things off with beau Cy Waits – and the heiress has been getting cozy with the Hangover director Todd Phillips. The two headed to Beacher’s Madhouse, the vaudeville show inside the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, where they met up… Continue reading Paris Hilton's Romantic Night with Hangover Director Todd Phillips
• Ryan Seacrest jetted down to Florida to join girlfriend Julianne Hough, who’s in Miami to film Rock of Ages. And the two had time for a romantic meal – a low-key lunch at Prime Italian on South Beach. The two “sat inside and kept to themselves,” an eyewitness tells us. For lunch, they dined on salads and pizza, and were happy and chatty with the staff, according to the… Continue reading Couples Watch: Ryan & Julianne's Romantic Miami Lunch Date
• Eva Longoria and boyfriend Eduardo Cruz took a romantic trip to Miami together – and they weren’t exactly sitting around. After Longoria took part in a magazine shoot, she and Cruz went jet-skiing around Biscayne Bay. Later that night, Longoria changed into a pink cocktail dress for a romantic cruise on a friend’s yacht. “Eva and Eduardo looked very relaxed and happy,” a source tells us, “kissing and embracing… Continue reading Couples Watch: Eva & Eduardo Take a Romantic Cruise in Miami
Writer-turned-director Abbas Tyrewala has decided not to make a romantic film again after the debacle of “Jhootha Hi Sahi” last year and is already writing an espionage thriller. Says the disenchanted director, “Everyone has romance within himself. So do I. But everyone has a sense of humour too. It doesn’t mean you should make a [...] Continue reading No more romantic films: Abbas Tyrewala