Kate Winslet has had much to say about this week's 3-D release of "Titanic," in which she starred back in 1997.
The movie arrives in theaters Wednesday, and the 36-year-old actress hasn't played coy on how she thinks the blockbuster has held up.
As she told MTV at the movie's London premiere last week, the film itself is "still as wonderful and epic as it always was," although her acting....not so much.
The countdown is on for the return of HBO’s beloved vampire drama “True Blood."
On Sunday, the network gave fang-enthusiasts a quick bite of what’s to come in season 5 of the hit show via a trailer unveiled during “Game of Thrones.”
There’s more blood, sex and tomfoolery on the way!
The new cast members of the revitalized comedy sketch show “In Living Color” have some mighty big clown shoes to fill.
The two newest players - announced late last week, per Deadline - are actress Kali Hawk, whom some of you know as Shelby on Fox's “New Girl,” and newcomer Jennifer Bartels.
Fans may also recognize Hawk from “Couples Retreat, “Bridesmaids” and “Get Him to the Greek."
After teasing us with a glimpse of the new "Total Recall," Columbia Pictures has released the full trailer.
As seen in the clip below, Colin Farrell steps into the role of Doug(las) Quaid, which was played in the original 1990 movie by Arnold Schwarzenegger.
When factory worker Quaid visits Rekall, where fantasies and dreams can be implanted as real memories, something goes awry, leaving him with supreme fighting skills – and the suspicion that he may be a spy.
Kate Beckinsale fills Sharon Stone's old role of Quaid's wife, Lori, and Jessica Biel plays the rebel Melina, a role previously portrayed by Rachel Ticotin.
But the biggest shift from the original appears to be the special effects.
"Total Recall" arrives in theaters August 3. Think you'll be seeing this remake?
Bruce Willis became a proud papa once again on April 1.
The “Die Hard” star and his wife, Emma Heming, welcomed a baby girl, reps for Willis tell CNN.
They named their bundle of joy Mabel Ray Willis, who arrived weighing 9 pounds and 1 ounce.
Editor's Note: This post contains spoilers for the April 1 episode of HBO's "Game of Thrones," as well as season 1 of the show and the George R.R. Martin novel of the same name.
A little incest, a little bloodshed and a whole bunch of folks scheming to sit on an uncomfortable steel chair - welcome back, "Game of Thrones."
The season 2 premiere, "The North Remembers," starts and finishes by driving home a point most viewers probably were already well aware of: new King Joffrey is a rotten little bastard (literally).
The episode begins with Joffrey celebrating his "name day" (think "birthday in a place where they're not sure babies are going to live") by making his loyal subjects fight to the death for his amusement. After his servant, The Hound, tosses an opponent to his death, Joffrey decides aging, drunken Ser Dontos would be more amusing with a funnel stuffed down his throat, literally drowning in wine.
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