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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.
Originally posted 06/26/2013 06:25PM
Strip in the name of love.
Gwyneth Paltrow's latest film PEOPLE's World's Most Beautiful Woman shows off why she took home top honors.
In Thanks for Sharing, the 40-year-old mother of two plays Phoebe, a woman dating sex addict Adam, played by Mark Ruffalo. Struggling with balancing their relationship with Adam's recovery, a scantily-clad Paltrow steals the trailer with a sexy scene.
"Hey baby, you wanna dance?" Paltrow says as she shimmies in a black bra and underwear, showing off her Tracy Anderson-approved physique.
Originally posted 04/02/2013 04:00PM
Isla Fisher is deep into her next role.
On the set of her latest film, Now You See Me, the actress, 37, proved that when it comes to her craft, she's fearless – plunging into a tank of water while bound by chains.
In the film still, crew members look on as Fisher writhes in the indoor water tank in a one-piece bathing suit.
Originally posted 12/13/2012 10:45AM
You can't just hang around being sexy all day. At some point, you have to get back to work.
So it is for Channing Tatum, PEOPLE's Sexiest Man Alive, who was spotted Wednesday with a barely recognizable Mark Ruffalo on the Pittsburgh set of the movie Foxcatcher.
Tatum, 32, and Ruffalo, 45, play brothers Mark and David Schultz in the film, which is based on the real-life story of U.S. Olympic wrestler David's murder at the hands of team sponsor John du Pont of the famed du Pont family.
Originally posted 05/05/2012 09:45AM
Superheroes have it easy: We only expect them to save the planet every now and again. Superhero movies, though, have the daunting task of illuminating our souls.
Originally posted 05/01/2012 10:00AM
In real-life, Robert Downey Jr. doesn't possess superhuman strength, genius intellect or that famed power suit.
But Iron Man, his on-screen Avengers alter-ego gifted with his body, brains and superhero wardrobe, isn't lacking – and fans of the franchise agree.
According to data collected on the movie's Facebook page, 37 percent of fans polled would most like to be Iron Man (identity: Anthony Edward "Tony" Stark) if they could transform into any Marvel superhero.
Originally posted 04/22/2012 12:30PM
While in Rome to promote their movie, the cast of The Avengers stopped into Antica Pesa, a restaurant that has been family-owned for three generations, to enjoy a meal together.
Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson, Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston dined on buffalo mozzarella, homemade prosciutto, breadsticks and grilled zucchini with goat cheese, before digging into two types of homemade pasta – one with tomato and bacon and one with cacio e pepe (cheese and pepper).
After that, they shared a course of grilled beef with spinach and rosemary potatoes.
Finally, for dessert, the movie stars indulged in – what else? – Italian cheesecake.
– Lesley Messer
Originally posted 04/12/2012 06:00PM
After a rough year, Scarlett Johansson is ready to step forward confidently with beau Nate Naylor – and a leopard on a leash, just for kicks.
The actress, exuding a purring glamour, was shot with a big cat and her Avengers costar Mark Ruffalo for the May 2012 issue of Vogue by photographer Mario Testino.
Leopards, movies, new love – what more could a girl ask for? "Yeah, everything's been really great right now," she says of her life. "It's been a good time."
Originally posted 02/14/2011 03:15PM
Nominated actors Nicole Kidman and Mark Ruffalo are among presenters at the Feb. 26 Film Independent Spirit Awards.
Other presenters include the show's 2008 host Rainn Wilson and fellow actor Diego Luna.
The ceremony, hosted by Joel McHale, will air on IFC at 10 p.m. ET.
Originally posted 02/02/2009 02:00PM
Scott Ruffalo had "very slight" traces of cocaine, morphine and alcohol in his system at the time of his death, L.A. County Coroner spokesman Ed Winter confirms to PEOPLE.
"Ruffalo's toxicology results showed a very slight trace of cocaine and alcohol," Winter says. "He also had slight traces of morphine which could've been due to prescription medication.
"All we can conclude from this is that he was not under the influence of drugs when he was shot due to the small amount," says Winter, who adds that coroners still maintain Ruffalo's death was a homicide.
Ruffalo, 39, the younger brother of actor Mark Ruffalo, was found shot in the head Dec. 1 at his Beverly Hills condominium and died a week later.
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