At a time when celebrities barrage us with tweets about the minutiae of their lives, Kate MIddleton is the rare celebrity that is not courting us.
As I helped an 18-year-old check items off her bucket list, I realized that just because I live here in Manhattan, there's no reason to take the city's great tourist attractions for granted.
By now everybody has seen clips of Ricky Gervais' scorched earth emcee stint for the Golden Globe Awards, as well as selected negative reactions to it...
In celebration of Hollywood's drunkest awards ceremony, we've picked seventeen (er, make that sixteen-and-a-half) of the Golden Globes' most clear-headedly sharp style moments.
I've got a litmus test for whether a film or television show focusing on aid-workers, journalists or policy wonks is going to be a worthy representati...
As we begin this New Year, we citizens need to demand immediate action from the incoming Congress. And as investors, we must begin storing up our nuts. It could be a very long winter.
Now is the perfect time for Bono, Clooney, Jolie and company to step up and speak out against the stolen election and human rights abuses in Cote D'Ivoire.
I'm not going to tell you about the plot -- it is ridiculous. For me to even discuss it would take away whatever pleasures might be there. But if I were you, I would do what most audiences have done: not go.
What do The Wolfman, Salt, Knight and Day, The A-Team and The Town all have in common? They're glorified B-movie thrillers mocking theatrical audiences by unleashing more substantial versions on home video just months after release.
You literally can't keep your eyes off Angelina's amazing jewelry, gowns and dresses. From the film's opening, you are fascinated by her classic look.
Check out The Real Scoop, with Hollywood's hollow-est hosts dishing out the dish right onto your rumor plate and filling up your buzz tank with gossip...
The Tourist is not one of the top ten movies of the year. It doesn't seem to aspire that high.
It was a gruesome weekend for wide releases, as two sure-fire openers underperformed, which frankly ought to make Disney very nervous for next weekend.
The Tourist is more like steerage than coach, a tarted-up piece of product that's flat and witless. Hopefully, Henckel von Donnersmarck will go back to making his own films and put Hollywood in his rearview mirror.
To attack someone who has been an advocate for refugees because of fabricated concerns about sympathetic treatment of rapists in a film they haven't seen, from a script they haven't read, is absurd and counterproductive.