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Mila Kunis is taking the sexy crown away from Rihanna, as Esquire magazine has named the 29-year-old actress this year's "Sexiest Woman Alive."
Kunis, who poses seductively in just a pair of pants on the cover of Esquire's November issue, was more revealing in the inside pages ... about politics, privacy, the time when an exec threatened that she'd never find work in the industry again, and why one should never think that they're funny.
Kunis, who's known for her comedic timing in movies ("Ted," "Friends with Benefits") and TV ("That '70s Show," "Family Guy"), told Esquire that she doesn't consider herself to be a hoot.
"I think I stumbled upon doing funny things, but I'm not funny. I just know how to deliver a joke," Kunis said. "There are people who naturally exude humor and are constantly saying funny things, and there are the people who know how to deliver a joke. It's a learned skill. Through twenty years of doing this, I practice it. I think that the second you think that you're funny is when you stop being funny."
“She gets kidnapped, he gets killed. But it all turns out OK.”
So says screenwriter William Goldman in an interview featured in the extras of the new 25th anniversary Blu-ray of “The Princess Bride.”
Goldman also wrote the novel that the film is based on, and when he set out to write the book, one of his daughters asked him to write a story about a princess and the other asked him to write a story about a bride. The title was Goldman’s proverbial “As you wish” to both girls.
For all of those questioning the need for an all-black "Steel Magnolias" remake, critics have found that the answer lies within the cast.
Lifetime's updated take on the 1989 movie, itself an adaptation of Robert Harling's play, premiered on Sunday. The content may not have won many fans, but the actors certainly have.
After being engaged for just over a year, Amber Tamblyn and David Cross tied the knot on Saturday, a rep for "Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" actress Tamblyn tells CNN.
The caption for an Instagram photo from director Lance Bangs reveals that the couple's nuptials had music from Yo La Tengo, and a source whispered to People magazine that Questlove of The Roots was also on hand as deejay.
[This post contains spoilers to the October 7 episode of HBO's "Boardwalk Empire."]
Just when "Boardwalk Empire" seemed to drag a bit with last week's episode, “Blue Bell Boy" picked up the pace and showed us that Nucky Thompson has made the full transition to gangster.
That’s a good thing, seeing as Gyp Rosetti continues to put Nucky’s business to the test.
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