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Late Night Booty Call: Sometimes Hot Actors Make Mistakes Too!
Whether you have a real life Valentine or not, here are a few hunky men ready to steal your heart. And don’t worry—they’re human just like the rest of us. Well, except for that whole RoboCop thing. This week on the late night couches, these hot actors admitted to a few very humbling mistakes in Read More
10 Roles These 2014 Nominees Should Have Already Won Oscars For
The Oscar nominees were announced this morning and boy were they… not really all that surprising! And while some of the noms are getting ready for their first trot at the rodeo (Hey Lupita Nyong’o! Hey Barkhad Abdi!), most of these abnormally attractive (and OK, talented) superstars could lose track of all the times they Read More
5 Movies That Should've Been Highlighted Last Night at the Oscars
So Chicago got a lot of love last night, huh? Yes it won the Oscar for Best Picture 10 years ago, and yes, Craig Zadan was one of the producers of the film and also happened to be a producer of the show last night too. So, we get it. WHY DIDN'T CHANNING TATUM STRIP? Read More
The PhilmGuy's Top 10 Movies of 2010
1. Toy Story 3. It ranks at the top because it almost made me cry, not once but twice. The movie blows away the first two movies in the series because of its depth and pace.
VIDEO: Martin Scorsese Takes Directorial Prowess to Small Screen
Martin Scorsese is known for his directorial prowess on the big-screen. The Oscar-winning director (and Leonardo DiCaprio‘s close pal) decided to lend his gift to Chanel in a commercial for their new men’s cologne, Bleu de Chanel.
OK! Interview: Frank Sinatra Jr. Hates On Scorsese's Biopic
This week marks the 12th anniversary of the death of Frank Sinatra, who passed away on March 14, 1998 at 82. A year after it was announced Martin Scorsese would direct a biopic of the music icon and actor, slated for 2011, the debate over who should play Sinatra continues.
HOT GALLERY: Stars Prepare for a Scare at 'Shutter Island' Screening
It wasn’t the cold making celebs shudder last night — it was the screening of Leo DiCaprio‘s new thriller Shutter Island! Leo joined the film’s director and his pal Martin Scorsese along with Michelle Williams, Emily Mortimer and other celebs on the red carpet at the Ziegfeld Theatre in NYC.
The PhilmGuy Reviews: 'Shutter Island'
Normally it’s a less-than-promising sign when a film gets bumped from an Oscar-friendly late-year release to February, but don’t let that scare you off the trail of Shutter Island, a superb psychological thriller from the bulletproof pair of Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio.
HOT GALLERY: Leo DiCaprio & Martin Scorsese 'Shutter' in Rome
Leonardo DiCaprio and director Martin Scorsese promoted their new film Shutter Island yesterday in Rome. The power duo have created many movies together, including Oscar winner The Departed.
The PhilmGuy's DVD Review: 'Couples Retreat,' 'Gangs of New York'
Couples Retreat – Vince Vaughn and Malin Akerman make up one of four couples who venture off to an idyllic resort for some intense couples therapy with generally funny results. It helps that Vaughn’s former Swingers running mate, Jon Favreau, is also along for the ride. The Blu-ray includes a digital copy of the movie, Read More
Part Two: J.Lo Shines a Light on Rolling Stones
It’s sheer pandemonium when the Rolling Stones descend on NYC’s Ziegfeld Theatre for the premiere of their concert documentary Shine a Light. Fans sneak in the line to the press line hoping to score face time with their idols — a cameraman attempts to bring his mom! Of course, it’s air tight as always and Read More
Part One: My Day With the Rolling Stones
The Rolling Stones greet reporters at NYC’s Palace Hotel with a luncheon spread that includes arugula salad, turkey sandwiches, chicken wraps, mozzarella pearls and pineapple carrot cake. The guys get a standing ovation when they enter the room to chat about their Martin Scorsese-directed concert documentary Shine a Light. “Good afternoon,” Mick Jagger says politely. Read More
Hannah Montana Vs. the Rolling Stones
Miley Cyrus’ concert documentary, Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds set records during its February run, but can she compete with the Rolling Stones? Aging rockers they may be, but the music legends are packing some serious heat with the release of their own concert movie, Shine a Light, (to be released Read More
Cher Shares Tom Cruise Romance
Though it’s been widely hinted at before that Tom Cruise and Cher dated in the 1980s, both stars kept their lips sealed about a romance… until now. Talking to Entertainment Tonight, the everlasting Cher opened up about her relationship with the one-time ’80s heartthrob. "It was a long, long time ago and neither one of Read More
OK! Interview: Reese Witherspoon
Hard to believe it, but Reese Witherspoon has been in show business for more than 15 years, dating back to her breakthrough role in 1991’s The Man in the Moon. She’s a seasoned veteran now, but that wasn’t the case back in the day. In the latest issue of OK!, the 31-year-old recalls a very Read More