"Most of these women have been circumcised, have been raped, been beaten, have been abused. They have not been raised to embrace their sexuality and their feminine power, so the fact that they can gather and celebrate that is amazing."
Would Butter be a funnier movie if Michele Bachmann were still at the center of the American political conversation?
Despite having watched a vampire-human baby tear itself out of Bella Swan's womb -- not to mention the horror of having to call said baby "Renesmee" with a straight face -- Ashley Greene found that doing a comedy for the first time, in Butter, was "terrifying."
There's a special place in my heart for the Masters of the Universe saga. As my childhood attention would drift from the Star Wars line of action fi...
Baseball in the Time of Cholera started out as a film about Haiti's first little league team but soon took on international importance as a cholera epidemic infected over 500,000 Haitian people.
I feel as though I carved a solid four days of films out of the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, concluding with a final day that offered four films, the best of which was at once mysterious and compelling.
Dreamworks seems to have paid a price for their risky release date, as Puss in Boots debuted with a comparatively soft $34 million over the weekend. We'll find out for sure on Monday if it broke the Halloween opening weekend record.
It's not a great movie, probably not even a very good movie. But Andrew Niccol's In Time is good enough to be proclaimed for what it is: a political f...
I'm not a big fan of adults, and I'm frankly beginning to doubt their ability to make our world a better place. Take Congress -- please. On the other hand, I've been heartened in recent weeks by working on The 2011 VH1 Do Something! Awards.
While not quite as mighty as the first series reboot ten years earlier, Rise of the Planet of the Apes had a muscular debut big enough to easily win the weekend.
As far as celebrity splits go, Olivia Wilde and Tao Ruspoli's seems pretty easy. At least the "Cowboys & Aliens" actress and the prince, married for e...
From Katy Perry's wildly plunging gown to Kim Kardashian's silver nipples to Olivia Wilde's new topless Lady Godiva-style magazine cover -- stars seem to believe they must bare their breasts to succeed! Here's why.
On this, the one year anniversary of the earthquake, we find time to reflect on what has been and what's to come.
In a culture that is obsessed with celebrities and their shortcomings, Olivia Wilde, Rosario Dawson, and Amber Heard are setting the bar high for fellow and future actresses who desire to become this generation's role models.