On the occasion of Kate Beckinsale’s 40th birthday (she was born July 26, 1973, in Finsbury Park in London), we could celebrate many things about the actress: Her unsung performance in “Snow Angels,” the fact that her hair always looks amazing, the way she rocked the leather in those “Underworld” movies, or her exquisite eye-rolls. (As at 9:30 in this “Emma” clip.)
But one of our… Continue reading Happy Birthday, Kate Beckinsale! 10 Words That Only Sound Better When She Says Them (VIDEO)
Was Michael Jackson his children’s biological father?
The question that dogged the King of Pop in life may be answered in court as part of the $ 40 billion wrongful death lawsuit between the Jackson clan and concert promoter AEG, it is being reported.
According to the New York Post the company is prepared to reveal that only Blanket, 10 – the Thriller star’s youngest son – has his DNA.
PHOTOS: Paris… Continue reading Are Paris & Prince Michael Jackson’s Kids? AEG Reportedly To Offer ‘Proof’ Singer Didn’t Father Them As Part Of Lawsuit Strategy
Steven Spielberg directs two-time Academy Award winner Daniel Day-Lewis in ‘Lincoln,’ a revealing drama that focuses on the 1… Read More
Moviefone’s New Release of the Week“Lincoln”What’s It About? Steven Spielberg and Daniel Day-Lewis take on the story of The Great Emancipator in “Lincoln.” The film centers on honest Abe’s final months in office, trying to unite a divided country and abolish slavery.See It
At its strange, messed-up heart, “Community” is the story of a family. It’s not a traditional family, and it’s not a family bound by either blood or law. Usually, however, this central family — the study group — functions in its own special way.
Maybe it was the inherent dysfunctionality of Thanksgiving, but the “Community” family felt fractured in “Cooperative Escapism in Familial Relations.”
Considering that the two “real” families in… Continue reading A 'Community' Thanksgiving: Three families, none of them functional
The main theme of this year’s Sundance Film Festival — you know, other than sex — seems to be big actors looking to push the envelope and break free from the types of characters that mainstream audiences know them for. You had it with Michael Cera, in the hallucinatory Chilean flick “Crystal Fairy”; you had it with Joseph Gordon-Levitt, in the porn-heavy “Don Jon’s Addiction”; and you had it with… Continue reading 'Ain't Them Bodies Saints': Rooney Mara's Impressive Post-'Dragon Tattoo' Movie