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Originally posted 03/03/2011 07:05PM
We're finally getting a real peek at the killer chemistry between Water for Elephants costars Robert Pattinson and Reese Witherspoon.
In an exclusive photo from the movie, which hits theaters April 22, a sultry Pattinson moves in for a (presumed) kiss while Witherspoon appears to melt under his gaze.
The actors play lovers involved in a triangle that develops between their characters and Witherspoon's onscreen husband.
To see more, tune into Thursday's episode of American Idol for an exclusive sneak peek at the new trailer, or visit Amazon.com starting Thursday at 8 p.m. ET.
Originally posted 02/23/2011 04:00PM
Jon Hamm, move over. The latest looker to leap back into the 1960s: Daniel Radcliffe, who is assuming the musical role of quintessential company man J. Pierrepont Finch in the new Broadway revival of the 1961 classic How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.
As shown in these exclusive-to-PEOPLE rehearsal shots, Radcliife is already off and running ahead of the chorus. As Finch, he starts in the mailroom of Manhattan's World Wide Wicket and works his way up the corporate ladder.
En route, he meets the adoring secretary Rosemary Pilkington – played by Philadelphia-born Rose Hemingway, in her Broadway debut after touring nationally in Mamma Mia. She's also appeared in Donmar Warehouse's U.S. production of Parade at Los Angeles's Mark Taper Forum.
Originally posted 02/08/2011 10:45AM
She's going from Ugly to sexy!
America Ferrera will step into the legal arena on CBS's The Good Wife in her first television role since Ugly Betty ended last year.
Ferrera, 26, will come in as "a potential love interest for Alan Cumming's character, Eli," a source tells PEOPLE.
Her first episode airs Feb. 22, and she will be on for at least two more. Her character, a DePaul University student majoring in economics, "will play a central role in the political race for State's Attorney," the source says.
Originally posted 01/27/2011 11:20AM
Nashville darling Carrie Underwood catches a wave to Hollywood with her first feature-film role in the forthcoming Soul Surfer – and shows off her acting chops in the first trailer, just posted to EW.com.
Underwood, 27, who was nominated for a Golden Globe this year (for best song) but hasn't acted in movies until now, plays a church youth counselor in the film, which tells the true story of a young surfer in Hawaii who loses her arm in a shark attack.
Underwood's character, Sarah Hill, helps the surfer, Bethany Hamilton (played by AnnaSophia Robb), fight through the tragedy and return to the sport.
Originally posted 01/20/2011 08:15AM
When the first Scream came out 15 years ago, it marked not only the re-invention of the slasher film genre, but also the beginning of one of Hollywood's most touching romances: Courteney Cox and David Arquette. Now that the pair have separated, it is bittersweet that the fourth installment of the franchise may be their last project as couple.
In the film, Arquette, 39, and Cox, 46, reprise their roles as Sheriff Dewey Riley and one-time newswoman Gale Weathers, now Riley's wife, who have to deal with the return of the killer Ghostface after a decade-long absence.
While Neve Campbell also returns from the first film, the rest of the cast are newbies, including Hayden Panettiere, Rory Culkin, and Emma Roberts.
Originally posted 01/13/2011 05:40PM
Make way for a new superhero – or at least a new version of an old superhero.
In the first photo released from the set of the fourth Spider-Man movie, a brooding and intense Andrew Garfield slips into the skin-tight, red and blue Spider-Man costume, officially taking the reins from Tobey Maguire in the popular franchise.
For those who have yet to get to know Garfield, the Los Angeles-born actor, 27, was raised in England and was seen on movie screens recently in The Social Network.
"He has a rare combination of intelligence, wit and humanity. Mark my words, you will love Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker," Spidey 4 director Mark Webb said recently.
– Sara Hammel
Originally posted 01/12/2011 07:55AM
Kellie Pickler had big plans for her wedding to songwriter Kyle Jacobs.
The couple were in the thick of putting together a glamorous Nashville event when suddenly they realized bigger wasn't better – and that they were getting lost in the process.
"When two people get married, it's not about the glamour," Pickler, 24, tells PEOPLE. "It's about the bride and groom and God."
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