The 'legitimate rape' concept may have died with Todd Akin's campaign, but 'L&O' has more to say.
Gleefully old-fashioned and gloriously entertaining.
Hugh Grant is urging British Prime Minister David Cameron to expand an official investigation into the country's tabloid industry, fearing U.K. authorities will conspire to "make this inquiry insufficient".
Gerard Butler has cooled off his sex life in recent months over fears he will be labelled a womaniser.
The New York Times today poses the question: Can a movie studio make money on a film based on an original and unfamiliar story, with no Hollywood superstars, a vanishing DVD market and a price tag approaching $500 million?
With the Midnight Madness opening screening of 'Jennifer's Body' at the Toronto Film Festival yesterday, The New York Times reports it was impossible not to notice that the women are in charge.
An Iranian drama has walked away with the top honor at this year's Tribeca Film Festival.
Longtime actor Ron Silver died Sunday morning after a battle with cancer. He was 62.
A very dark comedy about vagina dentata that ends up being a cautionary safe sex message and perhaps a disturbing cult date film.
Michael Jackson was indicted Wednesday by a California grand jury investigating child molestation accusations against the pop oddity. Also: MGM Vivica A. Fox 50 Cent Paul Newman natalie Portman Princess Diana Steven Spielberg Johnny Knoxville Hawaiin Dick
We all know what Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson are up to, but what ever happened to Seamus Finnigan?
The mag knows that sex sells.
Aubrey Graham, did you really start from the bottom?
Chris Hemsworth as John Smith? Yes, please. We cast (or re-cast) celebs as their Disney character counterparts.