You know who doesn’t suffer from FOMO? Daniel Day-Lewis, who not only announced recently that he was retiring from one of the all-time greatest acting careers, but also, it would seem, uses a flip phone, a device that can’t even tell you what the news is. I assume.
Among the several delights in Paul Thomas Anderson’s consistently surprising new movie Phantom Thread is its incisive explication of how fragile masculinity can be. Daniel Day Lewis, in what he has announced will be his final film role, plays Reynolds, a couture designer in 1950s London, whose world is propped up by…
Daniel Day-Lewis—who is perhaps best known for winning Oscars and never breaking character (even when he’s not on set)—is quitting acting, Variety reports.
It was rainy last night in London, and some of the stars on the red carpet at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Awards got drizzled on. But raindrops cannot stop the sheer fabulousness of Dame Helen Mirren.
In which Melissa McCarthy, undoubtedly for the umpteeth time, is asked about her weight and how she feels about it: "Pretty much everyone I know, no matter what size, is trying some system. Even when someone gets to looking like she should be so proud of herself, instead she's like, 'I could be another three pounds…
After being rushed to the hospital Tuesday, and then again last night, über-enceinte Reese Witherspoon is still pregnant, but totally fine. However, Tuesday's visit involved "complications" with the pregnancy, according to the source, making Witherspoon and husband Jim Toth very nervous. The baby is due in September,…
Kim Klardashiurn is honored to be boyfriend Kanye West's "perfect bitch," which is the title of a new song he wrote about her, Tweeted about having written about her, and promptly deleted.
Malin Ackerman, who sort of looks familiar, kind of, a little, will replace Lohan in the Linda Lovelace biopic. I'm sure Dina is looking for someone to sue as we speak.
Wesley Snipes has been trying to appeal his 2008 conviction for willful failure to pay his income taxes, but today a judge ordered him to surrender to authorities and immediately begin serving a three-year sentence.
Lindsay Lohan has been released from jail after serving 13 full days.
Charlie Sheen was arrested yesterday morning in Aspen and charged with "second-degree assault, menacing and criminal mischief," after a 911 call "regarding a domestic violence situation" was placed from where Sheen and his wife, Brooke Mueller were staying. [People]
The much-hyped new musical Nine is based on Federico Fellini's classic 8 1/2 and stars six Oscar-winning actors, but critics find it disappointing. It seems the film is crippled by the same problem plaguing its main character: lack of inspiration.
The Nine premiere - complete with Daniel Day-Lewis, Nicole Kidman, Penelope Cruz, Judi Dench, Kate Hudson - is one I've been looking forward to for ages. And the Odeon Leicester Square event did not disappoint.
Katie Holmes went with a group of her friends to see New Moon in New York. An eyewitness reports: "Katie talked through all of New Moon. It was unbelievable – they talked nonstop about the movie and everything else."
Television will never be the same after Oprah goes off the air in 2011. If we had a "Favorite Things" list about O, in the top spot would be the way the talk-show host introduces celebrity guests. Mashup at left.
Carole Cadwalladr has a subtly annoying piece in the Guardian about what it's like to be Rebecca Miller: daughter of a Famous Playwright (Arthur Miller), wife of a Famous Actor (Daniel Day-Lewis), and, oh yeah, a writer herself.
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