"Arthur" director Jason Winer joked at Gotham's Ziegfeld Theater Tuesday night premiere that the crowd of celebrities, familiar faces and strangers reminded him of his bar mitzvah.
Kim Cattrall was quick to bat down rumors of how much weight she put on to play a faded porn star at the "Meet Monica Velour" premiere at Sunshine Cinema.
Lear year, Blake Lively went from "Gossip Girl" to "The Town" and surprised everybody.
Remaking "Arthur" was a nice idea -- until screenwriter Peter Baynham turned Arthur Bach's butler into his nanny.
The middle kid among a trio of Aussie acting brothers, Chris Hemsworth realized that sibling rivalry didn't need to get physical.
As a Victoria's Secret supermodel, it was Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's luck to make a commercial with Michael Bay directing.
The "Harry Potter" film franchise concludes in July as Hollywood's highest-grossing series ever with the release of the eighth feature, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2" in 3D.
Who knew "The Fast & the Furious" had such great legs? Or in this case wheels?
Sure, Ryan Reynolds holds mystical superpowers in "The Green Lantern," but what's really super is the massive behind-the-scenes team at work here.
Comedy, it's often said, is hard. Just don't tell that to Cameron Diaz, who can't help but laugh when she talks about her new pic, Columbia's "Bad Teacher."
Julianne Hough and Jason Momoa's arrivals as leading thesps come from very different directions