Now that the official trailer is out, let the countdown begin.
The sequel to last year’s ensemble “Valentine’s Day” sees a (large) group of New Yorkers’ love lives intertwining over New Year’s Eve.
Director Gary Marshall helms the star-studded romcom, out December 9, with a cast includes nearly half of Hollywood: Sarah Jessica Parker, Ashton Kutcher, Lea Michele, Robert De Niro, Katherine Heigl, Jon Bon Jovi, Zac Efron, Josh Duhamel, Abigail Breslin, Sofia Vergara, Michelle Pfeiffer, Allyssa Milano, Seth Meyers, Sienna Miller, Sara Paxton, Hilary Swank, and Halle Berry.
As Heigl's character says in the trailer, "There's got to be more celebrities here than rehab."
After last week’s, dare I say, flat episode of “Pretty Little Liars,” we were due for some “Pretty Little” drama.
The girls may have dubbed their fashion show an “A-xtravaganza,” but more clues would have been nice after leaving us with an extended clip of Ali and Ian’s romp the week prior.
Those clues came last night in the form of – drum roll – a potential murder weapon. But I’ll get back to that.
Dan Peek, one of the founders of the Grammy-winning band America, has died according to a posting on Peek's web site.
Visitors to DanPeek.com are greeted with the words "Dan went to Heaven on July 24 2011" and a video of Peek performing "Lonely People."
On the band's site, America members Dewey Bunnell and Gerry Beckley expressed their sympathies. FULL POST
Color us confused.
Singer Lauryn Hill just gave birth to her sixth child - a son that a source told CNN she's been referring to as "Baby Boy Marley."
Blogs had been buzzing ever since her long-time love Rohan Marley, who Hill has five children with, tweeted during the pregnancy that he was not the father. FULL POST
You’d think Emma Stone would be preoccupied, what with appearing in and promoting three summer blockbusters, but the bottle ginger is looking ahead.
Stone is in talks to play the female lead in the 1940s crime drama “Gangster Squad,” according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow film is set to star Sean Penn and Ryan Gosling, who she appeared alongside in “Crazy, Stupid, Love” – out Friday.
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