A seemingly interminable slog through the Bangkok underworld, where a familiar scenario plays out to the point of exhaustion for three wedding-bound wrecks — searching, of course, for a misplaced buddy — arrives by way of “The Hangover Part II.”
Whether nostalgia in this case breeds fondness or contempt depends on which aspects of the original “Hangover” (2009) you remember most fondly. Read More
Once “The Hangover” set the all-time box-office record for R-rated comedies, earning $467.5 million worldwide in 2009, it became a formality that stars Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis would blackout their way into manic oblivion once more in a sequel. Read More
Reaction to the death of screen legend Elizabeth Taylor was swift in the celebrity world. She died Wednesday at age 79. Taylor had starring roles in such Hollywood classics as “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” and “Cleopatra.”“We have just lost a Hollywood giant,” longtime friend Elton John said. “More importantly, we have lost an incredible human being.” Read More
Renee Zellweger and Bradley Cooper have gone their separate ways. The low-key celeb couple quietly started dating in 2009 and had been shacking up since fall.
The Oscar-winning actress and the “Limitless” star had appeared close in the weeks before their breakup. At a Feb. 26 event, an onlooker told Us magazine, “they were cute with one another. Bradley seemed very attentive with her.” Read More
Things are getting serious between Renee Zellweger and Bradley Cooper. The pair spent quality time with his parents during the holidays, and apparently they approved of the union — since now comes word that the couple may be headed down the aisle.
Though he’s only been dating the “Bridget Jones” star since summer, “Bradley has fast-tracked the romance and he’s ready to get married,” an insider told In Touch magazine. Read More