March 18, 2013 10:42am EST
A figure from Emily's past threatens to expose she's really Amanda Clarke
January 06, 2013 10:37pm EST
Emily brandishes a red marker and kisses Daniel. Yep, time to hit the reset button.
February 14, 2011 4:53am EST
Check out who walked away with an award last night!
October 29, 2009 11:15am EST
A man has been charged with allegedly threatening to kill Miley Cyrus on the set of her latest movie The Last Song, on the same day another obsessed fan had felony charges of attempted stalking dropped.
March 05, 2009 8:35pm EST
Director Mary Harron adapts Bret Easton Ellis' controversial novelconcerning serial killer Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale) who actsout his male rage by killing women ... or does he?Story Bateman is young, handsome, successful ... and homicidal. This Reagan-era yuppie-gone-mad portrait is not a savory story. Fortunately, much of theviolence is off screen, and some of the more gruesome elements of Ellis'novel were not in the script. Though Wall Street's 1980s excesses seem dated, this black satire is oddly fascinating.Acting "American Psycho's" standout is Welsh actor Bale, whose convincing performance as a chainsaw-wielding sociopath is matched only by the pure delight of watchingBale's sculpted physique. Willem Dafoe, Reese Witherspoon, Samantha Mathis and Guinevere Turner are at turns humorous, tragic and touching in the supporting roles, but who notices? Throughout the movie, Patrick flexes, poses and preens in all his tighty-whitie glory.Direction Harron, rather than concentrating on the murders, focuses on the excesses of Patrick's lifestyle -- expensive meals at exclusive restaurants, designer facial products and business cards printed on the finest paper. What could have been a run-of-the-mill serial killer pic is instead a mesmerizing account of the mystery behind a murderer.Bottom Line If you long for Reaganomics and hot bodies (and don't those two go together!), you'll like "American Psycho."
December 23, 2003 5:20am EST
If you have to sit through another adaptation of Peter Pan, this version is serviceable, if not original, with enough eye candy and enjoyable performances to make it worthwhile.
March 19, 2001 11:50am EST
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Feb. 14, 2000 -- 'Tis Valentine's Day, for loved ones to unite and lovelorn to show spite. In observance of this occasion, we find Tinseltown's love/no-love meter has been cranked up a notch. Former bad-boy Christian Slater got married over the weekend to former television producer Ryan Haddon at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills. The ceremony Saturday night was attended by 150 guests, according to his publicist, and officiated by author Neale Donald Walsch. The vow