The Wolfpack returns for one last crazy adventure in The Hangover Part III, but do Bradley Cooper and the boys still have that comedy magic? Watch our video review to find out how the third installment stacks up, whether the movie is just as raunchy as the others, and most importantly — if it's a must see!
This week I'm celebrating what, if I may be so bold, I believe to be the greatest Nicholas Sparks adaptation of all time: The Notebook. Allie (Rachel McAdams) and Noah (Ryan Gosling) are star-crossed lovers, repeatedly torn apart by societal differences. It's a tragic story of prevailing love — and Ryan Gosling's ability to build an entire house single-handedly. I'm sharing my favorite quotes below, but what are yours?
- "If you're a bird, I'm a bird." — Noah
- "You smug bastard." — Allie
- "It wasn't over. It still isn't over." — Noah
At 14, Jaden Smith has already made two feature films with his father, Will Smith, and recently I sat down with the young actor to discuss their latest, After Earth. Jaden dished on his favorite part about working with his dad — "he's like a big, black Yoda" — and the actress he'd love to work with. Take a look before the movie hits theaters on May 31!
While the Cannes Film Festival continues, brand-new casting deals have us excited for upcoming projects. Kate Hudson has signed on for Zach Braff's Kickstarter movie, and Liam Hemsworth will star as a fighter pilot in an action flick. Find out details of their new roles, plus what's next for Hayden Christensen, Antonio Banderas, and more!
The Cannes Film Festival brings Hollywood's biggest stars to the South of France each year, and aside from its cinematic significance, the festival is known for its elegant red carpet setting, star-studded parties on La Croisette, and all-around glamour. While Cannes has been an annual event since 1946, its unique day-to-day protocol is still confusing. As a helpful guide, we are breaking down the frequently asked questions about the famous film festival. Keep reading for the FAQs.
Katie Holmes hopped in a fountain at Washington Square Park in NYC today to film scenes for Mania Days. Her costar Luke Kirby accompanied her on the fountain run, and the onscreen duo splashed around for the cameras before they dried off and Katie headed over to pose for pictures with two little girls.
Earlier in the day, Katie and Luke took to a park bench to shoot more personal scenes, in which they exchanged several laughs and held hands. This was not the first glance of costar chemistry, though, since last week Katie and Luke got close while filming in front of a church. Work on the romantic drama, which deals with two manic depressives who fall in love, began a few weeks ago but is not expected to hit theaters until late next year.
Since 2001, the Fast and the Furious franchise has been known for three things: slammin' action, lightning-quick cars, and impossibly large biceps. The May 24 release date of Fast & Furious 6 got me thinking about all the sexy dudes we've met along the way. Leads Paul Walker and Vin Diesel have come a long way, but how could we forget about Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris, and Dwayne Johnson? Check out the ridiculously sexy evolution of The Fast and the Furious.
Will and Jaden Smith team up in the futuristic sci-fi film After Earth, and we recently got the chance to talk shop with Smith Sr. The self-proclaimed "gregarious" star told me about the challenges of playing a seriously injured character for nearly an entire movie, being an onscreen father (again!) to his real-life son, and why he almost had to learn Chinese for the role. Take a look before the film comes out on May 31!
It's been four years since Hugh Jackman flexed his claws for X-Men Origins: Wolverine and a few months since we got the first trailer of him in this year's follow-up, The Wolverine. We already know this movie takes place after the events of X-Men: The Last Stand, when Logan flees to Japan. In this new installment, a man whose life he once saved offers to give him the gift of mortality, but that doesn't mean he gets to lead a peaceful life. People are still after him, and this time Logan's not exactly equipped to fight. The second trailer has dropped, and even if you've already seen the first one, there are some key differences.
- Jean Grey is back. OK, so she's just back in dream form, but the late Jean (Famke Janssen) makes an appearance in this trailer. It seems poor Logan is being tormented by the memory of his former lover — is this some kind of foreshadowing? Will he ever be able to move on and find someone new?
- It's not as cryptic as the first trailer. While the first trailer devotes precious time to catching up with Wolverine (he's hiding out in remote bars, Skyfall-style), this one gets right down to the point. He agrees to undergo some type of experimental treatment that will make him slightly more human, and in the midst of his sessions, he gets attacked. Speaking of . . .
- More action! There's extended footage of a crazy fight on top of trains, but even more exciting? There's some kind of giant robot-ninja — ninja-robot? I'll be curious to see how the transitioning Wolverine can handle such an opponent.
The Wolverine opens July 26, and you can watch the trailer after the jump.
Megan Fox and her Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles costar Alan Ritchson made for a very odd sight as they shot a scene for the new film in NYC yesterday. Alan, who plays Raphael in the movie, was wearing a head-to-toe CGI suit, which was outfitted with antlers and a mock shell. Alan will be transformed into a CGI turtle in postproduction, but that doesn't make seeing the real-life creature out in public any less weird.
Meanwhile, Megan stuck to her simple April O'Neil costume of a yellow jacket and jeans. Earlier this month, Megan filmed with Will Arnett, who plays cameraman Vernon Fenwick in the live-action project. Don't forget to vote for Megan in our POPSUGAR 100 bracket for a chance to win a Victoria Beckham handbag!