The 30-year actress and singer and Hunger Games star married in a lavish ceremony at his mother Diana Ross’ Connecticut home in August.read more
Sony Pictures has announced that they will be cancelling the release of The Interview, which was set to open on Christmas Day.
The federal government confirmed on Wednesday that North Korea was behind the massive hack that saw the release of thousands of internal emails from Sony over the past two weeks, ending with threats against theaters that dared show the movie.read more
The group released data files on Tuesday, what they referred to as the beginning of a “Christmas Gift”. They have warned people to stay clear of theaters showing the film.read more
But now JT’s former NSYNC bandmate, Joey Fatone, has confirmed the happy news that the couple are expecting their first child.read more
Les Misérables star Eddie Redmayne is a married man after tying the knot with Hannah Bagshawe.
The couple, who became engaged over the summer after two years of dating, wed in a winter wonderland-themed ceremony.read more
The long journey comes to an end. The final installment of The Hobbit doesn’t disappoint. It has way more action than the Desolation of Smaug. And of course sets the stage for The Lord of the Rings trilogy. The movie picks up where it left off seamlessly. No need to rummage through your memory file. And no dilly-dallying. It’s action packed right from the get-go. Trust me, there’s no time to fall asleep during this flick. Director Peter Jackson did a fantastic job of weaving together action and love. The Battle of the Five Armies is more emotional than the other two installments. The love triangle between Tauriel (Evangeline Lilly), Legolas (Orlando Bloom), and Kili (Aidan Turner) is highlighted. It doesn’t end the way you expected. In fact, I think this may be the first time I’ve seen a love story in any of the trilogies.read more