I interviewed Pierce Brosnan in conjunction with his third outing as James Bond, in Michael Apted's The World Is Not Enough, in 1999. Brosnan was alternately charming, erudite, thoughtful and intense during our two hour chat.
There is no rhyme or reason to how this all works. I have no advice for Natalie Portman or Gwyneth Paltrow or Anne Hathaway or any of the myriad other actresses who might hope to attain this kind of good will so easily. It is just inside you, like Cleopatra in that rug.
When moving toward or out of a divorce, people tend to be in reactive mode and aren't always able to think things through as Denise seems to be doing. Instead of just getting angry, she was able to respond to the situation and handle it.
At 30, being an A-cup is something I hardly ever think about. But when I read that Denise Richards regrets getting breast enhancement surgery, I had to say something.
If Sheen truly wants his kids back, a genuine display of humility and remorse as well as a true commitment to getting his life under control could go a long way.
This is an open letter to all women. Wake up! If you're attractive and are thinking about dating a man-boy like Charlie Sheen, here are five reasons to avoid this man (and men like him) for the rest of your life
We're such a celebrity-obsessed culture, but what we fail to learn in all this curiosity about these celebrities are the messages their stories have for us and how their stories relate to our everyday lives.
Martha Graham once said, "Dance is the hidden language of the soul." Graham, a modern dance pioneer who passed away in 1991 - way before the TV series...
The Huffington Post is bestowing its own awards on the 2008 Emmy Awards Gifting Suites.
As a former Apprentice contestant, I think Denise Richards appears desperate and is missing the point if she thinks a reality show featuring her children will help her without hurting her kids.