Memorial Day weekend signaled the beginning of Citi Bike season in New York City, and everyone wants to look their best with the breeze blowing through their hair. After months of dark stationary indoor cycling, it's time to get back out there.
Most people buy a home and plan to live in it for at least a few years, but we all know that many celebrities change homes as often as they change outfits. Here are our predictions for stars who are most likely to look for a new address in 2015, based on recent changes in their life, like major movie deals or relationship status updates.
Good People had a good book to draw its story from, but too little adherence to the strong points of that source make the movie less than it should be and could have been. You will enjoy it as a suspense thriller but you won't feel the impact readers of the book got.
(Naomi Watts at Bulgari's "Decades of Glamour" event. Courtesy of Getty Images) "The Bulgari party had everything: music seemingly ripped from my c...
While you're saving yourself for your crush, he's out there living his life -- and you're wasting your time.
Film producer Lynda Obst's career has had more twists and turns than a big-budget action movie -- which is not the sort of movie she makes.
As I've gotten older I've been forced to accept that I need to put in a lot more time, thought, and ownership when it comes to my body.
Film: The Reluctant Fundamentalist (2012) Cast includes: Riz Ahmed (Four Lions), Live Schreiber (Defiance), Kate Hudson (Almost Famous), Kiefer Suther...
Whatever its flaws, The Reluctant Fundamentalist is rich in drama and resonant with fraught cultural issues. It feels especially timely now, arriving so soon after the terror bombings in Boston and the aftermath of some ugly suspicions aimed at all Muslims.
To show just how greatly a mother's influence can shape her child, here's a list of ten famous people throughout history who matched the great successes their mothers had already achieved.
You've clocked two months of solid work since Christmas break and it's time for another escape.
After viewing Affleck's future Oscar-winner yesterday, I got stuck on a few items of semi-importance. None of them will go away. Argo deserves high praise from cynics.
American Idol, Glee, and The X Factor have all beefed up their wildly popular programs with star-studded guest stars or judges and it isn't always paying off.
I finally figured out what I love most about Roger Federer, even more than his elegance and class on the tennis court: His wife isn't beautiful.
It's become increasingly difficult to sidestep the seemingly endless amount of postpartum-body negativity.