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  • Christina Aguilera, husband Jordan Bratman are separated

     
    Pop diva Christina Aguilera and her music exec husband Jordan Bratman are separated, and like yesterday's news Courteney Cox and David Arquette, it's been that way for awhile, sources have told "Extra" and Us Magazine. The couple are not legally......
  • Randy Travis and wife-manager Elizabeth divorce

     
    Elizabeth Travis is no longer Randy Travis' wife -- but she'll stay on as the country singer's personal manager despite their divorce after 19 years of marriage. The two met 34 years ago when he won a talent show at......
  • Laura Dern, Diane Ladd, Bruce Dern get stars on Hollywood Walk of Fame

     
    Diane Ladd, Laura Dern and Bruce Dern got a constellation's worth of stars Monday on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, marking the first time three family members received stars side by side on Hollywood Boulevard. "I ask the universe that......
  • Christina Aguilera, Alan Menken get their stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

     
    Singer and newly minted leading lady Christina Aguilera got her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Monday, just hours before hitting the premiere of her first film, "Burlesque," at Grauman's Chinese Theater. Star No. 2,423 — in the......
  • 'Everything Must Go'

    'Everything Must Go'
    Will Ferrell moderates his typical screen persona quite well to play a man whose life has collapsed around him on just about every possible count. While fighting inner demons, he's fired, his wife leaves him, and he's banished from his home - leaving...
  • HBO hopes viewers will be 'Enlightened' by Laura Dern-Mike White sitcom

    You've never met Amy Jellicoe, but trust me, you know her. She's the screwed-up character who has had some big-time epiphany that has led her to believe she now has the key to make the world a better place -- starting with you. Amy also is the lead...
  • Reel Critics: 'Year' delivers intimate portrait of sadness

    British director Mike Leigh ("Secrets and Lies") has a way of making films that are quite about nothing, yet speak volumes about the human condition. His latest film, "Another Year," has no plot, no action. It's just got ordinary people leading lives of...
  • Now Playing: Everything Must Go

    Nick Halsey could just be another indie-movie loser who's lost his job and returned home to find that his wife has locked him out of the house, frozen their bank account, cancelled their credit cards and cell phone service and dumped all of his stuff on...
  • Cine comentario: Bridesmaids y Everything Must Go

    Bridesmaids ** Estaban equivocados quienes pensaban que la vulgaridad, el desparpajo sexual y las parrandas salvajes eran asuntos de hombres. Bridesmaids es algo así como la versión femenina de The Hangover. El parecido no es gratuito porque el cordón...
  • 'Little Fockers'

    'Little Fockers'
    The "Meet the Parents" comedy franchise goes a third round, as Greg and his wife (Ben Stiller, Teri Polo) mark their children's fifth birthdays by gathering the whole family. Of course, complications abound - though they're less naturally funny than in...
  • Nicholas Cage vende su alma al diablo en Ghost Rider 2

    Nicholas Cage vende su alma al diablo en Ghost Rider 2
    Dicen que Nicholas Cage igual que el personaje que interpreta en Ghost Rider, tuvo que vender su alma al diablo. Así como el motociclista que Cage encarna en el filme hace pacto con el demonio para impartir justicia, el actor se afincó en el cine...
  • The lighter side of self-destruction in 'Cruel World'; 'Rorsky Plays' at Oracle

    The lighter side of self-destruction in 'Cruel World'; 'Rorsky Plays' at Oracle
    "Goodbye Cruel World" The back story to Nikolai Erdman's 1928 play "The Suicide" is a real knee-slapper: the play was banned by Stalin's censors on the eve of its premiere, the author ended up spending time in Siberia, and its would-be director, the...