Even though the title of the film is “Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark,” everything about the trailer screams the exact opposite.
Katie Holmes’ new horror flick is a reinterpretation of a 1973 movie in which a young girl is sent to live in an old mansion inhabited by small demon-like characters. The terrifying little boogers won’t rest until they’ve taken their new roommate in as one of their own.
If you’ve ever felt like something spooky was living under your bed, this movie just might give you a few more sleepless nights. One thing is for sure, little Suri won’t be watching mommy in this movie anytime soon. You can see all the spine-tingling action in January 2011.
Forget all those screaming teenage girls – Zac Efron just might have his biggest fan in Tom Cruise.
In the September issue of Details magazine, Efron, 22, recalls an incident in which Cruise, 48, flagged him down in the lobby of the CAA talent agency and invited him to hang out.
"You ride motorcycles?" Cruise asked. When the “Charlie St. Cloud” star admitted that he didn’t, the "Top Gun" actor replied, “You wanna learn how?”
Maddox Jolie-Pitt seems to be taking right after his daredevil mom, Angelina Jolie: The 9-year-old celebrated his birthday by going go-karting with family and friends on Saturday.
A source told People that actress/pilot/stuntwoman Angelina, 35, and her partner Brad Pitt, 46, rented out Go Kart World in Carson, California, so that Maddox - who turned 9 on August 5 - could party in the park with brother Pax, 6; sisters Zahara, 5, and Shiloh, 4; and his pals.
Maddox and his guests spent the morning racing around the Mini Indy Track and chowing down on pizza and cake.
The kids had the best time, said the insider, adding that just like his Oscar-winning mom, the birthday boy nabbed an award. "Maddox even got a trophy at the end of the party for being such a good racer."
Although Maddox was showing off some choice behind-the-wheel skills, Jolie is glad he's still a few years out from getting a driver's license. "I'm not ready for them to driving, dating," the actress said. "I'm not ready for any of it."
But of course, every kid must grow up, and Jolie said she and Pitt plan "to just have a really, really great relationship with our children, so when they hit that time that they don’t want to talk to us, we've instilled some good values already."
Welcome back “Entourage” fans.
You know, from time to time people ask me various questions - such as how my weekend was or what do I think of the new Lady Gaga song - and I can answer with the same general canned response: "meh." (The word "meh" is like the debit card of conversational currency; I love it because it can be used anywhere.)
But for any of the feelings of "meh" I've experienced at certain points in the seventh season of “Entourage” thus far, "meh" was NOT the word I’d use to describe last night’s episode.
On the red carpet before the Teen Choice Awards last night, Levi Johnston gave us a little insight into his co-parenting arrangement with ex-fiance Bristol Palin.
“We're not together, we're just co-parenting, doing the best we can for Tripp" Johnston, 20, said. "He’s with Bristol right now. When I’m in town, we hang out.”
The recent split doesn’t seem to have killed the communication between the young parents.
Editor’s note: This post contains spoilers for the Sunday, August 8 episode of HBO’s “True Blood.”
Was anyone else put through the emotional wringer after “True Blood” ended last night?
Both traditional and non-traditional family ties were at the heart of the episode, and some of my favorite scenes featured Bill and Jessica.
After his tearful breakup with Sookie, Bill returned to the Compton homestead for the first time this season and released Jessica, saying he could no longer care for her. She then poured her heart out, saying she didn’t want to go through eternity alone.
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