Indeed, the normally reserved 21-year-old actress is in full-on glam mode on the retro '60s cover, complete with smoky eyes, big hair and seductive pink lips. It's arguably the best she's looked in ... well, maybe ever.
As the title suggests, Hill plays a lazy babysitter who agrees to watch three bratty kids while their mom goes out for the night. But what starts off as another boring evening in front of the TV quickly turns into a series of chaotic events when Hill's girlfriend of sorts (Ari Graynor) gives him the old booty call.
Any lingering doubts comic book fans might have had about the decision to cast Henry Cavill as Superman should be erased today once they feast their eyes on the first official photo from 'Man of Steel,' which shows the hunky Cavill donning the iconic leotard and cape.
Continuing his meteoric rise to movie super-stardom, Ryan Gosling gets caught in quite the political scandal in George Clooney's latest directorial effort, 'The Ides of March.'
Based on the Broadway play 'Farragut North,' 'March' tells the story of an up-and-coming press secretary (Gosling) whose loyalty to his boss (Clooney) is called into question when an opposing team tries to recruit him to the other side.
The idea of turning classic board game Battleship into a feature-length movie still doesn't make much sense, but we'll admit that we're a little less skeptical after watching the first official trailer for the movie, released Wednesday by Yahoo!
Though some of the footage underwhelms (why does it always have to be about aliens? and why did they make Taylor Kitsch shave his hair off?!), the film still looks like it will be a visual showcase, with epic effects and battle sequences -- not to mention cutesy yellow missiles that look like the iconic peg pieces from the Hasbro game. (Aw!)
On Tuesday, PEOPLE premiered the trailer for the show's upcoming second season, which teases more fights, more tears and two brand-new housewives, Brandi Glanville, the ex-wife of philandering Eddie Cibrian, and businesswoman Dana Wilkey.
Pretty much every actor in Hollywood shows up in 'New Year's Eve,' director Garry Marshall's follow-up of sorts to the equally star-studded 'Valentine's Day.' The ensemble of characters deals with babies, lost loves, resolutions and everything in between on, you guessed it, New Year's Eve.
Among the celebs on board to ring in the new year are (deep breath) Zac Efron, Hilary Swank, Halle Berry, Robert DeNiro, Michelle Pfeiffer, Lea Michele, Sarah Jessica Parker, Katherine Heigl, Ashton Kutcher and Jon Bon Jovi.
Pop diva Mariah Carey was clearly in a good (read: wacky) mood Sunday night when she appeared on HSN to promote her jewelry and fashion line.
The always-unpredictable Grammy winner, known for her zany on-camera antics, had viewers laughing as much as they were buying as she made a number of off-the-cuff remarks, from stories about her new twins, Moroccan and Monroe, to rants about how drama follows her everywhere.
Talk about the fashion police: 'America's Next Top Model' winner Adrianne Curry was reportedly kicked out of Comic-Con 2011 last week for wearing what she later referred to on Twitter as an "illegal costume."
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