11:25 AM EDT 04/23/2015
John C. Reilly
Originally posted 04/17/2015 12:20PM
Studio Ghibli, the company behind Spirited Away, Howl's Moving Castle and a rich tapestry of other films equal parts whimsical and sad, has released the trailer for its newest film, When Marnie Was There, which promises to be – based on all available evidence – whimsical and sad.
Originally posted 04/18/2014 05:15PM
It's Johnny vs. Jesus at the box office this weekend, but which should you see? Depp dulls in Transcendence, but Greg Kinnear makes a real case for Heaven.
Originally posted 12/06/2007 02:35PM
With the late-night talk shows darkened during the writers' strike, John C. Reilly is bringing his flashy, pompadour-ed, '50s-era rock character, Dewey Cox, directly to the stage.
Reilly, 42, played a VIP concert in character at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland on Wednesday, part of a mini-tour to promote his upcoming mock biopic, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story.
Originally posted 08/05/2006 06:00AM
Fasten your seat belts: Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly play NASCAR stars in Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby. But these boys aren't all about burning rubber. Ferrell, 39, and Reilly, 41, chatted with PEOPLE contributor Sam Jemielity about topics including Club Med, American Idol and . . . Styx.
Originally posted 09/15/2004 06:00AM
We have some advice for the 25 guys who will soon find themselves vying for the affections of Jen Schefft on The Bachelorette: Act mortified. "I went onto the first show reluctant – my friends had to convince me to do it," Schefft says of her first reality-romance experience, as a contestant on The Bachelor. "I'm more likely to be attracted to the guys who are also reluctant to be on the show. The ones who seem too eager I probably will be less interested in." In other words, she didn't want to be on a reality show in the first place, but she's going on a second time and looking for someone who also doesn't want to be there. Got that, guys? The show begins filming in October and is set to air in January.
Originally posted 09/09/2004 06:00AM
The heist flick Criminal (opening Sept. 10) is anything but a romance, but the stylish thriller starring John C. Reilly (Chicago, Boogie Nights) does have at least one tender moment: a kiss between Maggie Gyllenhaal, 26, and Mexican heartthrob Diego Luna (Y Tu Mama Tambien), 24. But before you get all excited about a new on-set romance, the stars say the smooch was not the steamiest. "Kissing him was just sweet," says Gyllenhaal. "Diego seems like he could be a friend of my brother's (actor Jake, 23). He's a little younger than me. He's like a cutie pie! It actually wasn't, like, that hot thing. It was sweet and lovely." As for his experience with Gyllenhaal, Luna says: "I have to say with Maggie, the greatest thing is that there's always a lot happening in her eyes. You can see a lot of what she's feeling. She has very expressive eyes. You see everything through her."
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