05:28 PM EDT 12/20/2014
Originally posted 12/19/2014 05:40PM
Night at the Museum: The Secret of the Tomb's stars gathered at the N.Y.C. premiere on Dec. 11 to celebrate the family flick's release – but they remembered their late costar Robin Williams, too.
Originally posted 12/12/2014 11:40AM
It was one of the late Robin Williams's last completed films, and friends and castmates took time to remember him fondly at Thursday's New York premiere of Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb.
Originally posted 10/19/2014 10:00AM
Christine Taylor and Ben Stiller have a message for their two children: You can talk to us!
Originally posted 03/24/2014 08:00AM
Originally posted 02/27/2014 08:30AM
If you were looking for information that could actually help you win your Oscars pool, this isn't the place. (Here, this will get you started.)
Sure, we're anxious to see who will come out on top in the battle of Lupita Nyong'o vs. Jennifer Lawrence (or, as well call it, Most Charming Category Ever). We're just as curious to see which film will take home Best Picture honors. But, more importantly, which meme will win the night?
It's already been a hairy, heel-tossing and sing-songy awards show season that's produced no shortage of meme-orable moments.
Originally posted 02/18/2014 01:00PM
Reality Bites turns 20 on Tuesday, which means the Gen-X classic is just a few short years away from chain-smoking and pontificating about post-college consumerism.
Two decades later, the film has become a '90s touchstone, as well as an underrated romcom classic – just whisper the name "Troy Dyer" to a woman over 30 and you'll be treated to an elaborate analysis on the romantic appeal of dudes in bands.
To celebrate the film's entry into its post-grad years, we've outlined the 20 best things about Reality Bites.
Originally posted 12/27/2013 05:00PM
The debauchery of Wall Street comes to life in the latest film from director Martin Scorsese with strong performances from Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill, although the final product leaves our critic feeling disappointed.
Meanwhile, can beautiful cinematography save The Secret Life of Walter Mitty?
Here's what to see (or not...) in theaters this weekend.
Originally posted 12/19/2013 12:40PM
In the soon-to-open The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, Ben Stiller plays a man whose vivid imagination helps him escape his unsatisfying existence. Yet in real-life, Stiller realized he didn't need fantasy to sustain him once now-wife Christine Taylor became a part of it.
"[Our] relationship was a gradual thing that happened over a quick period of time, maybe seven or eight months, Stiller tells Parade for its latest cover story. "We just started hanging out with each other and it developed into, 'Wow, this feels great. I really like this person. I think I love this person. I really do – I love this person.' It hit me out of the blue."
The duo wed 15 years ago, with Stiller, now 48, popping the question to Taylor, now 42, while in rehearsals for Meet the Parents. In that film, Robert De Niro memorably played his amusingly unapproachable father-in-law to-be, and Stiller reveals it was a bit of life-meets-art when he approached Taylor's father to ask for permission to wed.
"It was like Meet the Parents in real life, because Christine's father is an intimidating guy who owns a security company; we're good friends now, but at the time I was in the basement rec room saying, 'I really would like to marry your daughter,' " he recalls.
Originally posted 08/11/2013 10:00AM
He's one popular birthday boy!
Ellen DeGeneres, Ben Stiller, Jimmy Kimmel, Tobey Maguire, Laura Dern, John Krasinski, Don Cheadle, Jason Bateman, Kristen Bell, Isla Fisher, Samantha Ronson, Will Arnett, Malin Ackerman and Dax Shepard were among the celebs who headed to Jennifer Aniston's Bel Air mansion Saturday night as the actress threw her fiancé, Justin Theroux, a 42nd birthday bash.
The party also took place on the one-year anniversary of the couple's engagement. Though the party sparked rumors of a possible surprise wedding, guests dressed down and the atmosphere was casual.
Originally posted 12/09/2012 12:45PM
It was an A-list party for the A-listers!
On Sunday night, Al Pacino, Christopher Walken, Alan Arkin and Julianna Margulies celebrated their new film Stand Up Guys at The Oak Room in New York's Plaza Hotel.
"Al Pacino chatted with Christopher Walken, Alan Arkin and director Fisher Stevens as they sipped on cocktails," an onlooker tells PEOPLE.
It was a star-studded affair as Ben Stiller, Liev Schreiber, Matt Dillion, Jeremy Piven, Mariska Hargitay, Jon Bon Jovi, Alan Cumming, Girls' Zosia Mamet and Boardwalk Empire's Bobby Cannavale were all also in attendance.
After the screening at the Museum of Modern Art ended, guests enjoyed Appleton Estate cocktails, small bites of lobster claw, salmon tartar, mushroom crostinis and shrimp cocktails.
– Melody Chiu
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