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Our New Favorite Way to Stay Warm in Style

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02/19/2013 at 09:00 AM ET

rosie whiteley 600x450 Our New Favorite Way to Stay Warm in StyleINF; David Livingston/Getty; Pacific Coast News

As February plods along, it can seem like there’s a limit on inventive ways to wear tights, denim and wool — and facing our closets is getting grim. Luckily, Kim Kardashian, Anne Hathaway and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

“Warm Bodies” may be a strange horror hybrid, a zombie romance with a dearth of big stars, released in the dead of winter over Super Bowl weekend, but it still managed to top the box office chart with a take of about $ 20 million and beat new releases starring Sylvester Stallone and Al Pacino. How it accomplished that feat reveals some new trends at the box office and should… Continue reading Box Office: How Did 'Warm Bodies' Come Alive to Win the Weekend?

Warm Bodies

A funny new twist on a classic love story, ‘Warm Bodies’ is a poignant tale about the power of human connection. After a zomb… Read More

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Yes, Nicholas Hoult, the little kid from “About a Boy,” is all grown-up. Now, he’s the lead in a zombie romance flick called “Warm Bodies,” which landed at number-one at the box office this past weekend.

As he told… Continue reading 'Warm Bodies' Premiere: Nicholas Hoult, Teresa Palmer and More on the Red Carpet (PHOTOS)

Warm Bodies

A funny new twist on a classic love story, ‘Warm Bodies’ is a poignant tale about the power of human connection. After a zomb… Read More

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There’s too many of them! We can’t keep them at bay! We’re talking about zombies movies of course; just when it seems like we’ve seen all possible variations on the brain-eating walking dead, along comes a movie like… Continue reading Zombie Movie Art: 'Warm Bodies,' 'Night of the Living Dead' and More (PHOTOS)

Love bulging biceps and ax-wielding? How about an undead romcom? Well, if so, you’re in luck: “Warm Bodies” and “Bullet to the Head” hit theaters this weekend.

Starring Nicholas Hoult, “Bodies” takes zombie tropes (flesh eating, slow, lurching walks) and gives it a twist: romance. It’s a “Romeo and Juliet”-inspired tale of forbidden love between a beautiful human