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Emma Stone Is Simply Sexy

October 28th, 2010 9:00pm EDT
Emma Stone
Emma Stone attended the Madrid premiere of the movie "Easy A" (known as "Rumors and Lies" in Spain) wearing a simple black satin dress.

Emma has reportedly found love with Macaulay Culkin's little brother Kieran.

The pair met on the set of "Paper Heart" and the two actors have been inseparable since, sources tell Star magazine.

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Emma Stone Dating Kieran Culkin?

October 13th, 2010 10:59pm EDT
Emma Stone
"Easy A" star Emma Stone has found love with Macaulay Culkin's little brother Kieran, according to tabloid reports.

The pair met on the set of new movie "Paper Heart" and the two actors have been inseparable since, sources tell Star magazine.

An insider, who spotted them during a cozy night out in New York last week, tells the tabloid, "They were very lovey-dovey with each other. When they weren't kissing, he was making her giggle."

Stone, 21, has previously dated actor Ryan Findley, while Culkin, 28, counts "True Blood" star Anna Paquin among his ex-girlfriends.

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Trailer Talk: This Week In Movies 8/9/09 - 8/15/09

August 10th, 2009 9:57am EDT
District 9
I finally saw the Sam Mendes dramedy "Away We Go" starring Maya Rudolph and John Krasinski. The film is thoroughly enjoyable with its highs and its lows sharing equal poignancy. It is the perfect hybrid of a drama and a comedy.

Music throughout the film is spot on, appropriate in each instance for the emotions the filmmakers are trying to convey. Rudolph and Krasinski have a wonderful chemistry as husband and wife and engage in hilarious interactions with the other couples in the movie. Krasinski plays the role of Burt with a dopey charm that's hard not to love.

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Slideshow: Movies Opening This Weekend

August 7th, 2009 1:05pm EDT
Julie &  Julia
August isn't generally known as a great month for film releases, but this year there are some pleasant surprises. What's a moviegoer to watch this weekend?

G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra: Based on the toy, the Global Integrated Joint Operating Entity is pitted against the evil forces of the organization known as Cobra.

Julie & Julia: Amy Adams stars as an amateur chef who decides to cook every recipe in a cookbook from acclaimed celebrity chef Julia Child (played by Meryl Streep) in order to chronicle it in a blog over the course of a year.

A Perfect Getaway: Two newlyweds (Milla Jo...
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'Paper Heart' Review: Charlyne Yi's Oddball Semi-sweet Documentary

August 6th, 2009 10:11am EDT
Paper Heart
"The Power of love is a curious thing. Make a one man weep, make another man sing." - Hugh Anthony Cregg III (Huey Lewis) 1985.

"Paper Heart" is an oddball of a film disguised as a semi-sweet documentary on which nothing can be taken at face value -- though they might want you to -- and that's what's so curious. If Charlyne Yi's goal was to make a type film that no one has ever seen before, she just may have pulled it off. Of course, this isn't always a worthwhile goal: John Lennon wanted to record a song that no one had ever heard before and he came up with "Revolution 9" for The Beatle...
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Charlyne Yi Is Laughing After Cera Split

August 4th, 2009 12:00pm EDT
Charlyne Yi
Singer/actress Charlyne Yi is using comedy to help get over her split from longtime boyfriend Michael Cera - laughing with late night TV audiences while she performed a "sad" song about their break-up.

Yi is still recovering after her actor beau of three years dumped her last month, and took the opportunity to open up about their split on The Tonight Show With Conan O'Brien on Monday night.

The Knocked Up star introduced a tune on her electric guitar, telling the audience: "It's kind of a sad song about my boyfriend breaking up with me. What can you do about it? Write a song about it...
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Sarah's Cinema Musings: This Summer's Hits & Misses

August 3rd, 2009 9:52am EDT
The Ugly Truth
Ok, we are almost through the summer season of film, and I, for one, feel like I am trying to resuscitate an almost dead corpse. Sure, there were hits, good films, and technical blockbuster hits, but were they really great or just great within their summer context?

The Blockbusters

Just because a movie generates revenue at the box office does not necessarily translate into a successful well-loved film. X-Men Origins: Wolverine for instance, didn't exactly start the season off with a bang. Star Trek was loved by both fans and non-fans; something that was a bit of a worry before th...
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Starpulse's Explosive Summer Movie Preview

May 1st, 2009 10:06am EDT
Star Trek
Since the dawn of the American cinematic blockbuster in the late 1970s and early 1980s, moviegoers have eagerly waited for May - the unofficial beginning of summertime. This summer is no different. Films, and most popular media, are social mirrors, and this summer season supports that. The large box office contenders all deal with very similar themes: escapism and the support of the lone, outlaw hero figure (X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Star Trek, Terminator Salvation, Up, Transformers 2, Public Enemies, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra, Inglourious Basterds, et...
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