|US Release Date||11/13/2009|
Obama may officially be too cool a president.
Actress Kristin Chenoweth has been secretly battling asthma for the past 10 years, and fears the 9/11 terrorist attacks could be to blame for her condition.
Dr. Mindy Lahiri weighs in on her preference of Norah Ephron romance.
Gary Oldman might be in the new 'Star Wars' movie... just like in 2004.
Blonde, nude, and kind of ridiculous.
Carlton casts a spell on Joyce.
Let's hope Ron is right about breakfast food.
A classic backstage comedy for anyone who loves regional theater.
The Hollywood mogul who launched The Mummy movie franchise has died.
Former The Streets star Mike Skinner has sparked a war of words with vocalist Leo Ihenacho after dismissing his role in the band as little more than a "session singer".
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With the three-breasted woman's making her way back to the big screen in the 'Total Recall' reboot, we decided to pay homage to other films that got really creative with their gratuitous nudity in her honor honor honor.
This week, Michael Cera plays Nick Twisp and Francois Dillinger, two characters sharing the same body, in Youth In Revolt. For anyone who thinks that acting is all about playtime, I dare you to look back at these films, where the performers are working twice (and sometimes three or four times) as hard to portray a multitude of characters.
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.