According to science.
I’m pretty sure this is real.
It’s bad, man.
The “Knocked Up” soundtrack song list is a coveted one, mainly because no real soundtrack for the film exists, at least, not in the traditional sense. The only collection available…
It would be a crime if younger generations didn’t have a remake of ‘Romancing the Stone’ that they could call their own.
“Knocked Up” quotes are some of the funniest of any Judd Apatow movie. First hitting theaters in 2007, “Knocked Up” tells the story of a slacker who impregnates an up-and-coming…
Picking the top romantic comedies is very debatable when asking different people what their favorite romantic comedies are. Some like good comedies so they can have some laughs and get…
Many great movies came out in 2007, and here are the 10 best romance movies of 2007. These movies will make you laugh, cry, and feel the love. “Enchanted” has…
Two of these actors will walk and talk for Aaron Sorkin, one will go blind and the other will flow ‘Gently Down The Stream’.
But it’s not like they owe us anything.
Blonde actresses in movies are a common staple for many years as their golden locks become just as famous as they are at times. Movies never can resist the allure…
Threat Level: Heigl.
Halle Berry is being replaced by America’s sweetheart Katherine Heigl (in a movie, not in life).
Killers, staring Katherine Heigl and Ashton Kutcher, premieres June 4th, but you won't be seeing many advanced reviews. That's because the studio behind the film thought it was simply too awesome to be screened for critics in advance. In fact, some executives at Lionsgate felt the cinematic tour de force about a secret spy and his stupid girlfriend was so incredible that critics' heads might explode from witnessing it. Also, Twitter has made film critics irrelevant. In today's socially connected marketplace, we all have the ability to share feedback instantly around the world. In keeping with this spirit, Lionsgate and the filmmakers want to give the opportunity to moviegoing audiences and critics alike to see `Killers' simultaneously, and share their thoughts in the medium of their choosing. We felt that this sense of immediacy could be a real asset in the marketing of `Killers.' Yeah, I bet you did, Mr. Lionsgate PR guy. Kind of like when you convinced that fat girl you were banging in college that you'd both be better off if you kept your relationship a secret. (AP/Cinemablend)
Everyone is concentrating on the poo on Katherine Heigl's face in the trailer for Life As We Know It, but no one is bringing to light the bigger issue: Josh Duhamel shoves a baby! The poor kid finally gets up the courage to take its first steps, and in order to stall her so Heigl can witness it, Josh gives the kid a hard shove in the stomach. Hey PTC, bring out the big guns. The film centers on two single adults who can't stand each other, but then become caregivers to an orphaned girl when their mutual best friends die in an accident. Let's completely skip over the logistics of that, not to mention the irresponsibilty of the parents, and focus on the dead best friends. One of them is Josh Lucas, so no big loss there, but the other is Christina Hendricks. You sick bastards! How could you do this to us?! I'm so stricken with grief right now I could shove a baby. Check out the trailer after the jump. Theaters adopt Life As We Know It on December 22, 2010.
Director: Greg BerlantiCast: Katherine Heigl, Josh Duhamel, Josh Lucas, Christina HendricksSynopsis: Two single adults become caregivers to an orphaned girl when their mutual best friends die in an accident.Release Date: December 22, 2010
The trailer for Killers follows the beats of any other Katherine Heigl movie trailer. We're introduced to her. We learn quickly that she's successful in every aspect of her life except love. Cue the man of her dreams, in this instance, Ashton Kutcher and his abs. Kutcher stalks Heigl around Nice, France while unnecessarily shirtless like NY's Naked Cowboy or He-Man or Los Angeles's David Hasselhoff. The two hook up and it seems like the perfect relationship. Until it turns into Knight & Day or Mr. and Mrs. Smith. It looks like a fun, light film (centered around murder) despite the positioning of the leads on the National Choad Index. I should dislike this but I don't. It must be the presence of Selleck. Damn that mustache. Maybe enjoy the trailer after the jump….
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe wasn't just an awesome platform to sell toys. It was also a program that delivered good moral values to its young viewers, especially at the end of each episode (not unlike G.I. Joe).
Our scientists scoured the 'nets and assembled a collection of some of these lessons taught to us by He-Man and fellow Eternians… and then we thought about all the celebrities that could stand to learn from them.
Check out these lessons below. You might just learn something, too.