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  • Bella Thorne and Zendaya talk about new movie “Frenemies”

     
    Shake It Up stars Bella Thorne and Zendaya continue to diversify their wardrobes and their young resumés in the latest Disney Channel original, Frenemies, premiering Friday, Jan.  13 at 8pm ET/PT.  The film webs together three unique storylines that...
  • 'Bridezilla' myth must be slain

    'Bridezilla' myth must be slain
    As always, the advent of a new year means a shift in the collective topography of romantic relationships: A number of couples get engaged each year. A number also break up or get divorced, but don't worry -- that will only happen to 50 percent of you...
  • Natasha Bedingfield buys Los Feliz home for $2.3 million

    Natasha Bedingfield buys Los Feliz home for $2.3 million
    Pop star Natasha Bedingfield, who launched her own British invasion of the U.S. airwaves with such often-played hits as "Unwritten," has purchased a home in the Los Feliz area for $2.3 million. The London-born singer-songwriter bought a 4,792-square-foot...
  • 'Did You Hear About the Morgans?'

    Pure, communal silence can be a wonderful thing, and if you haven't experienced any lately, I commend you to see the first available screening of the new romantic comedy "Did You Hear About the Morgans?" Each of its theoretical punch lines is preceded...
  • 'Leap Year'

    'Leap Year'
    We're told by the "Leap Year" production notes that writers Deborah Kaplan and Harry Elfont are "well-known as Hollywood 'script doctors.' " Yikes. Is there a doctor for the doctors in the house? Mid-January and already there's another romantic comedy...
  • Gary Winick dies at 49; director and digital film pioneer

    Gary Winick dies at 49; director and digital film pioneer
    Gary Winick, a pioneering producer and director of independent digital films who found mainstream success with such movies as "13 Going on 30" and "Letters to Juliet," has died. He was 49. Winick, who was diagnosed with brain cancer about two years ago,...
  • A split-up couple and their friends seek 'Happy Endings' on ABC

    Ever since the end of "Friends," network television has been seeking another popular and successful group of … well, friends. The gang on CBS' "How I Met Your Mother," now renewed for two more seasons, perhaps has come the closest. At the other end of...
  • Ball Gown Beauty: The perfect style for a wide range of brides, the ball gown reigns once again

    With stars turning up at awards shows in dresses from their favorite designers’ bridal collections and brides-to-be scanning Golden Globe and Oscar pre-shows for gown inspiration, it’s getting harder to determine where the red carpet ends...
  • China's Bona Film Sees Profits Up By 69%

    HONG KONG -- Bona Film Group achieved profits some 10% above guidance in the second quarter of the year as it was boosted by the strong theatrical performances of "Overheard 3" and "To Love Somebody." For the April to June 2014 period revenues hit US$44....
  • 'Marry Me,' A to Z' Promise Heartfelt Laughs and Romance at NBC Premiere Party

    NBC's rom-coms ruled the carpet at the network's Tuesday premiere party, sponsored by Vanity Fair, at Hollywood's Hyde as the casts of "Marry Me" and "A to Z" buzzed with excitement for the premieres of their shows. "It's been so great," exclaimed "Marry...