12:04 PM EDT 12/22/2014
Originally posted 11/04/2014 02:25PM
Real men cry – just ask Matthew McConaughey!
Originally posted 10/27/2014 06:00PM
Anne Hathaway was more than ready to go to infinity and beyond.
Originally posted 10/22/2014 05:40PM
Matthew McConaughey has plenty of devoted female admirers – but he holds an even more special place in the hearts of his Hollywood leading ladies.
Originally posted 07/25/2014 09:15AM
The duo thrilled fans at the San Diego convention while touting their upcoming sci-fi epic, Interstellar
Originally posted 07/21/2012 02:30PM
Shocked and "keeping victims' families in their thoughts," The Dark Knight Rises cast jetted back to the states after Friday's horrific shooting at a screening of their new film.
Christian Bale, Anne Hathaway, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt were in France for the canceled Paris premiere, but took a Warner Brothers plane bound for Los Angeles on Saturday.
"The cast was completely shocked and several – Anne and Marion [Cotillard], a couple of the men – were in tears," a source tells PEOPLE. "There was enormous, enormous sadness."
Originally posted 07/13/2012 12:25PM
David Letterman had better not set foot in Gotham City.
SPOILER ALERT: READ NO FURTHER if you plan to see The Dark Knight Rises, the final installment of director Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy – or if you have friends or family who intend to see The Dark Knight Rises, or if you do not want so much as a hint about the end of The Dark Knight Rises!
Okay, now that nobody is left reading ...
Originally posted 08/17/2009 10:15AM
After a private Mediterranean cruise with 12 pals that sailed from Aug. 12 through 16 along the French Riviera, Leonardo DiCaprio got an early jump on Labor Day by going back to work Monday in Paris for his latest movie, Inception, directed by Dark Knight's Christopher Nolan and which started shooting in London last month.
Trade reports have described Inception as a contemporary sci-fi action thriller set within "the architecture of the mind." But for DiCaprio and his costars, La Vie En Rose Oscar winner Marion Cotillard and Juno Oscar nominee Ellen Page, the setting was one of the more recognizable bridges on the Seine.
The bridge itself – the Pont de Bir-Hakeim – is no stranger to the screen, having recently been seen in 2007's National Treasure 2. Steven Spielberg also used it and its above-ground Metro line and distinctive view of the Eiffel Tower in his 2005 Munich, while Marlon Brando walked across it in the groundbreaking 1973 Last Tango in Paris. Now it's DiCaprio's turn.
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