James Gandolfini in 'Enough Said': What's the verdict?
September 19th, 2013
05:55 PM ET

James Gandolfini in 'Enough Said': What's the verdict?

One of James Gandolfini's final roles is now playing in select theaters, and according to critics it shouldn't be missed.

Not just because "Enough Said" is one of our last opportunities to see new work from the actor, who suddenly passed away at age 51 in June, but because it also happens to be a fine, fine performance.

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April 24th, 2013
04:39 PM ET

Colin Firth: Hollywood's best kisser?

CNN's heard from many a star that Colin Firth knows how to work a kissing scene.

Mention that to the Oscar winner, who next appears in "Arthur Newman" with Emily Blunt, and you'll see a man who fully owns his talent.

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Keanu Reeves on the 'Point Break' remake
April 23rd, 2013
04:00 PM ET

Keanu Reeves on the 'Point Break' remake

Keanu Reeves has a love/hate relationship with fame.

While promoting the independent film “Generation Um…,” Reeves told CNN, “You want to have privacy, but then you also want to be in the public.”

“I don't necessarily correlate a paparazzi picture or a guy at a gas station with wanting to go see a movie,” he continued.

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Tom Cruise kept working through divorce
April 19th, 2013
04:17 PM ET

Tom Cruise kept working through divorce

Tom Cruise was at work filming today's sci-fi release "Oblivion" when his ex-wife Katie Holmes moved to file for divorce.

But as the headlines piled up, Cruise kept grinding away, never losing his focus on the film, "Oblivion's" director Joe Kosinski told CNN.

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April 10th, 2013
06:15 PM ET

Jason Bateman's grateful he got 'Arrested'

Jason Bateman has a crazy long resume, but the actor told CNN that he thinks "Arrested Development" was a turning point in his career.

"I wasn't doing much of anything before that show," the actor, who'll next appear in the dramatic thriller "Disconnect," said Tuesday. "I was just really fortunate that that was a show that was watched by those who hand out jobs in Hollywood. There are some shows that are big hits that are watched by middle America but not seen by Los Angeles and New York, and maybe opportunities for people on those shows are not as deep as some of the things that we were given the opportunity to do coming off of that show, so I feel very very fortunate.”

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Billy Crystal and Bette Midler talk comedy, 'Parental Guidance'
December 21st, 2012
11:42 AM ET

Billy Crystal and Bette Midler talk comedy, 'Parental Guidance'

Billy Crystal and Bette Midler think the Academy Awards could use a good dose of comedy.

The “Parental Guidance” co-stars told CNN that the Oscars should institute a best comedy category.

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