2021 Golden Globe Awards
James Gandolfini's depressed. So what's he to do? Head to New Orleans and take an underage hooker (Kristen Stewart) under his wing, of course!
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Adrien Brody and Sarah Polley are brilliant scientists. So brilliant they create an animal/human hybrid that could be the answer to everything, unless, of course, if it doesn't kill us all first! Get ready for awesome sci-fi.
Casey Affleck is hiding a bunch of problems beneath his calm, charming exterior. Problems like psychosis and...murder! And he'd get away with it, too, if it weren't for snoopy townsfolk. Kate Hudson and Jessica Alba costar.
James Franco embodies Allen Ginsberg, deftly portraying the poet's evolution as an artist finding his voice amid a critical society. Days of Our Lives this is not, but we still can't wait.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt is really mad at the world. He lives in a van and has homemade tattoos, but he actually ends up being a role model...in the what-not-to-do kind of way.
Paul Dano moves to Manhattan because he's a writer, duh. He rents a room from a (brilliant!) playwright who happens to moonlight as an escort for wealthy widows. But more important, Katie Holmes also stars!
Ryan Reynolds is a contractor in Iraq who just woke up buried in a coffin! How did he get there? Can he get out? At least he has a lighter and a cell phone, which is really all you need in that situation.
Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning take on the '70s as Joan Jett and Cherie Currie. Kristen's getting good buzz for her performance, but it's Dakota who's rumored to steal the show.
Michelle Williams and Ryan Gosling are heading for divorce. But why are things between them so bad? We're torn between wanting to know and just wanting to see these two share the same screen.
Director Joel Schumacher brings17-year-old Nick McDonell's chilling novel of privileged Upper East Side kids to life with a little help from Chace Crawford. Totally different from a Gossip Girl ep.
Adam Brody and Katie Holmes are going to a wedding, where they'll talk about being popular and good-looking with their good-looking friends—and where they'll hook up with each other. Aren't friends awesome?
A kid takes a picture of Adrian Grenier and the Entourage star thinks, "Hey, I should mentor that kid." They become friends—awww—but how will Grenier reconcile the mutual exploitation going on here?
Directed by Mark Ruffalo, Delicious follows a recently paralyzed DJ who, as a result of his handicap, transforms into a famous faith healer. Yep, a faith healer.
James (Ryan O'Nan) returns to his life and wife (America Fererra) in Texas after a tour in Iraq, which proves to be a more difficult challenge than anything he faced on the battlefield.
How I Met Your Mother's Josh Radnor directs and stars as a struggling New York writer hoping to just make it through an exceptionally trying day.
The economy stinks. So John Wells (ER, West Wing) got Ben Affleck and Kevin Costner to show us that it's scary and what it'll make people do. Will the little guy finally win, or will movie stars just come off as out of touch?
Robert Duvall's throwing himself a "funeral party," inviting everyone in town to share the stories or rumors they've heard about him over the years—like he's a fugitive murderer. Bill Murray and Sissy Spacek also star.
This flick features Kristin Scott Thomas and Brit newcomer Aaron Johnson as an adolescent John Lennon. Want to see a cool portrait of the young artist that isn't too sentimental? Check this one out.
Philip Seymour Hoffman directs and stars in an offbeat love story about starting new relationships. Also staring Amy Ryan, this could be the rewarding entry for those seeking some relatable high-brow.
Amanda Peet and her husband (Oliver Platt) want to expand their New York apartment, so they plan to buy the adjoining unit…but they have to wait for the tenant, an old cranky lady, to die first.
John C. Reilly can't believe his luck when he meets Molly (Marisa Tomei). Her son (Jonah Hill) is a little weird though, and mom and son are even weirder together. Ready for some serious awkwardness? We are.
Sam's a douchebag. But he couldn't care less—he's a douche. But will he be able to handle it when his brother calls him out? Being a douche is all he knows! Why can't family members just deal?
Don't let the word documentary fool you. Remember the spelling bee doc you loved a few years ago? Well, this one about lottery winners is from the same director, Jeffrey Blitz. See, we knew you'd be interested.
Colin Hanks gets high right before the principal's drug testing program begins. Smart. So he enlists a stoner (Adrien Brody) to help him get the whole school high. If everyone's high, he can't be busted now, can he? More smart.