We can't wait to see David O. Russell's American Hustle, which boasts a roster of the director's all-stars like Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper, when it opens in limited release this week. The trailer is incredible, but the looks of the actors are really what we can't get enough of (like in these amazing posters). We have all the best pictures from the movie, and the awesome '70s style is there — not just on Lawrence, but also on costars Christian Bale, Jeremy Renner, and Amy Adams.
We aren't ashamed to admit that we're obsessed with the '90s. After all, we're talking about a decade that gave us Tamagotchi and Clueless! And as we listen to classic holiday albums by *NSYNC and Mariah Carey this month, we're reminded yet again of what made Christmas in the '90s so rad. There were cheesy Christmas sweaters (worn nonironically), even cheesier pics of boy bands in Santa garb, holiday episodes of our favorite TV shows, and, of course, JTT in I'll Be Home For Christmas! See some of the most memorable toys, music, movies, and more from the holidays in the '90s!
It's just a fact: some of the best movie scenes involve dudes without shirts. This has definitely been the case in 2013, a year filled with guys shunning shirts on the big screen. Josh Duhamel started the year off on a good foot with plenty of shirtless scenes in Safe Haven, Charlie Hunnam kept the ball rolling in Pacific Rim, and who can forget Sam Claflin as Finnick in Catching Fire? Before you welcome 2014, take a look back at some of the shirtless highlights of 2013.
With two unforgettable trailers out, The Wolf of Wall Street is one of the year's most anticipated movies, and it's also one of the longest. The Martin Scorsese drama clocks in at two hours and 59 minutes, a lengthy runtime even for the most die-hard movie buffs. We're no stranger to long movies, and this got us thinking about other crazy-long films, many of which seem to feature one Leonardo DiCaprio.
Here's how some films stack up against The Wolf of Wall Street's almost three-hour runtime and some activities that put their lengths into perspective.
Titanic: 3 hours, 4 minutes (5 minutes longer than The Wolf of Wall Street)How bad are your teeth? Because this is the time it takes to get four root canals.
Cloud Atlas: 2 hours, 52 minutes (7 minutes shorter than The Wolf of Wall Street)You could watch four episodes of Breaking Bad on Netflix and still have four minutes in between to pause and grab snacks.
Gangs of New York: 2 hours, 47 minutes (12 minutes shorter than The Wolf of Wall Street)Is that the oven timer? Your 11-pound turkey is fully cooked.
See more lengthy films after the jump.
Our best of 2013 roundups have begun, and this one might be the most romantic, the most swoon-worthy, and the one you click through multiple times. It's all the best movie kisses of 2013! There were dramatic ones, hot ones, sweet ones, and ones that came in just before the couple tragically parted, and they're all here. Click through, and tell us which one is your favorite!
No one likes rejection, but it happens to the best of us (especially during breakup season). And everyone has their own way of dealing with it. From denial to getting sassy, here are all your different options in the unfortunate case that you get let down by the person you're into. Get clicking and choose your best reaction — tears not included.
Today Woody Allen turns 78! In honor of the famous director, writer, and actor's birthday, we're looking back at his many flicks about love — both lost and found. Woody's personal life has garnered negative headlines, and on screen, the prolific director is known for tackling the relationship complications from illicit sex to innocent romance to infidelity. We've rounded up some of Woody's funniest and most thought-provoking lines on sex, love, and everything in between from the movies he's written, directed, and, at times, starred in.
'Tis the season of ice-skating dates, fireside kisses, and twinkling lights. There's something about the cold Winter that warms the heart, making the holidays the most romantic time of the year. So it's no surprise that some of our favorite Christmas movies have love-filled moments, and some of our favorite rom-coms take place during the season of snow and Santa. As we cuddle with our loved ones by the fire this December to watch classic Christmas-y flicks — from Christmas in Connecticut to The Holiday — let's get in the mood for mistletoe with our favorite lines on love from holiday movies!
The holidays mean lots of family time, and if you have a significant other, you could be meeting his family for the first time over the Thanksgiving, Thanksgivukkah, or Christmas dinner. Whether you're in a serious relationship or dating someone new, meeting the family — especially the parents — can be nerve-wracking. Thankfully, with so many worst-case scenarios and crazy families in movies, we can at least relax knowing it could be worse. Here's some tips on what to do and what not to do from these memorable meet-the-family scenes.
Sometimes going home for the holidays doesn't make you feel as cuddly and warm as a Norman Rockwell painting. But buck up, it's not so bad: featuring some of the most dysfunctional families that have ever graced the screen, my slideshow will make you think your clan is the picture-perfect image of family.