“To the Wonder,” Terrence Malick’s sixth film in 40 years, has much in common with his last film, 2011’s “The Tree of Life.”
Dealing with some of the same themes, including a father who can’t open his heart, it also is more intimate and more immediate, without the dinosaurs or outer-space scenes of “Tree of Life.” Read More
Rumors continue to swirl around the possible royal zygote of Kate Middleton and Prince William.
This time it really seems like she could be pregnant … right? At least, that’s what her “good friend” Jessica Hay told the Australian tabloid New Idea, assuring everyone that the joyous announcement will be made next month. Hay also publicly predicted the pair’s marriage, but granted, that didn’t take E.S.P. to deduce; even ESPN could’ve seen that one coming. Read More
Director Ben Affleck’s “Argo,” a real movie about a fake movie, is based on an astounding true story.
One of the film’s stars, Bryan Cranston (of AMC’s highly addictive “Breaking Bad”), and screenwriter Chris Terrio, recently in the Bay Area, explain: During the 1979 Iranian hostage crisis, six Americans escaped the American Embassy and found refuge in the home of a Canadian official. Read More
So much for just friends! After rampant rumors of a romance, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher were finally caught canoodling on camera.
The “Two and a Half Men” star and his former “That ’70s Show” love interest openly smooched and snuggled at the wrap party for his Steve Jobs biopic.
According to the U.K.’s Daily Mail, the longtime pals also made it clear that their relationship has evolved during a recent Fourth of July get-together at his family’s home. Read More
There was a time, in the 1970s, when stories of middle-class alienation and dreamers struggling to get ahead were invariably set in New York. Lately, such accounts of white- and blue-collar angst have moved 200 miles up I-95 to the Boston suburbs, where the fight to survive isn’t exclusively the domain of street hustlers and last-chance athletes. Read More