06:08 AM EDT 12/17/2014
Originally posted 09/04/2014 06:15PM
So long, summer. See you next year, giant robots, CGI apes and men in tights. It's been a fun fling, Guardians of the Galaxy, but I need to explore a relationship with someone a little deeper. (But text me when you get to Netflix.)
Originally posted 08/25/2014 07:30PM
Ever wonder how Heidi Klum gets glam? How Mark Ruffalo masters his mane?
Originally posted 07/17/2014 01:55PM
Zach "The Director" Braff returns on Friday with his second cinematic effort, Wish I was Here. It's the Kickstarter-funded story of a struggling actor – his last job was a dandruff commercial – caught in the confusion of dealing with grown-up responsibilities, while still wishing to be a kid. Complete with Shins songs, daydreams and waiting rooms, Wish I Was Here is littered with nostalgic nods to Braff's directorial debut: Garden State.
Originally posted 06/30/2014 08:40AM
Could an Oscar be in Channing Tatum's immediate future?
Originally posted 06/27/2014 10:20AM
An innocent viewer question led to a big revelation on Thursday's episode of Watch What Happens Live.
Mark Ruffalo stopped by the show with Keira Knightley to promote their new movie Begin Again, but it was a different female costar that fans were curious about.
The 46-year-old actor was asked by a viewer if he still kept in touch with 13 Going on 30 pal Jennifer Garner, and Ruffalo had a surprising answer.
Originally posted 05/25/2014 11:00PM
The Normal Heart, Larry Kramer's angry, urgent, hectoring play – first staged in 1985 and only now arriving as a film in an excellent production directed by Glee creator Ryan Murphy – has the strength of undiluted acid: It breaks down and eats away the insulation, built up over time, that allows us to place the onset of the AIDS crisis in history.
Even though it's now nearly 30 years old, The Normal Heart (premiering on HBO Sunday at 9 p.m. ET/PT) is not a period piece or a cautionary tale. You are not meant to watch it and think, "Well, this will be useful for the next time." It's a bulletin from the front lines, an in-the-moment, heart-stopping report about the terrifying progress of HIV/AIDS as it sweeps through and decimates Manhattan's gay population.
"Crisis," in retrospect, was an oddly restrained word for this plague. It suggests policy and control – precisely the things that were absent, according to Kramer, as the political, medical and even gay establishments failed to act with the necessary hard-headed urgency.
Originally posted 05/24/2014 12:40PM
Our TV critic's take on the HBO adaptation, starring Matt Bomer and Mark Ruffalo
Originally posted 04/18/2014 05:35PM
A powerful and emotional new trailer has been released for the upcoming and highly anticipated TV movie adaptation of Larry Kramer's 1985 play about the AIDS epidemic in New York City, The Normal Heart.
Originally posted 03/18/2014 04:00PM
If memory serves, the mind-bending Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind celebrated its 10th anniversary on March 19. Starring Kate Winslet (catch her in theaters this week as Divergent's villainous Jeanine) and Jim Carrey, the movie tells the story of Clementine and Joel, who decide to erase each other from their minds after their relationship falls apart.
Originally posted 02/28/2014 04:10PM
From the red carpet to the ceremony to the after parties, PEOPLE will bring you all the Academy Awards action. For the ultimate Oscar experience, grab your remote, your iPhone – even your laptop – and get behind-the-scenes access and witty commentary from Instagram (peoplemag) and Twitter (@peoplemag) while you watch Hollywood's biggest night.
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