Pictured Above: Eddie Redmayne, Felicity Jones and director James Marsh receive a standing ovation following the premiere of The Theory of Everything.
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WHAT CRITICS ARE TWEETING ABOUT…
THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING (in theaters November 7)
One-liner: A biopic about the life… Continue reading Toronto Buzz: 'Foxcatcher' Reviewed, Plus 'The Theory of Everything,' Film Festival Therapy and More
Farrah Abraham made Couples Therapy history when she showed up to film without a significant other. And now, as she prepares to appear on VH1’s Couples Therapy All-Star Reunion, the reality star tells radio detection and rangingOnline.com exclusively that she’s still her own biggest fan: “I love myself more than I ever have!” Abraham gushed in an exclusive interview — and she says she owes it all to her… Continue reading Number One Fan! ‘Couples Therapy’ All Star Farrah Abraham Says, ‘I Love Myself More Than I Ever Have,’ As She Dishes On Reunion Special, Feuds & Teen Mom Firing In An Exclusive Interview
Quebec director Denis Villeneuve certainly knows how to make a strong first impression. For his Hollywood debut “Prisoners,” Villeneuve has brought together a star-studded cast headlined by Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal, as well as a twisty, layered plot to create one seriously powerful thriller.
Jackman stars as Keller Dover, who decides to take the investigation into the disappearance of his daughter… Continue reading 'Prisoners' Cast and Crew 'Needed Therapy' After Making the Crime Thriller
“Common Law” premiered on May 11 on USA and tried to reinvent the buddy cop drama. In the series, partners Travis Marks (Michael Ealy) and Wes Mitchell (Warren Kole) are having issues after five years as partners. Their boss (Jack McGee) makes them go to couples therapy after having success in the shrink’s chair himself. These are the top detectives in the department. Of course… Continue reading 'Common Law': USA asks if even work partners need couples therapy
The characters on ABC’s Once Upon a Time sure have a lot to deal with these days and two characters’ troubles are going to send them right to the couch of the town’s resident psychologist, Archie Hopper (Raphael Sbarge).
“David’s got problems,” star Josh Dallas told the crowd after it was revealed that David and Mr. Gold (Robert Carlyle) would be soon seeking therapy from the good doctor, who… Continue reading ‘Once Upon a Time’ scoop: Who’s headed to therapy? How wicked is the Evil Queen’s mother? And who might return?