â¢ Guess Amy Adams is a Real Housewives fan! The actress was spotted gushing to Beverly Hills star Adrienne Maloof that she's her favorite Housewife to watch at Adams's Fighter premiere in L.A. "Amy came up to her and was raving about how much she loves the show," says an onlooker. "They were laughing like old girlfriends." The two hung out for a bit after the film before posting for pictures and heading out.
There's no stopping "Avatar's" "shock-and-awe" performance at the box office. For the fourth weekend in a row, James Cameron's sci-fi blockbuster was No. 1 with $48.5 million, according to early estimates by Hollywood.com Box Office.
Score a personal best at the box office for Quentin Tarantino this weekend. "Inglourious Basterds," his revisionist take on WWII starring Brad Pitt, grossed an estimated $37.6 million, besting the reigning box office champ "District 9," and giving beleaguered studio The Weinstein Co. a little financial relief.
Usually, when characters in a movie are one-dimensional, that's not a good thing. But in "Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian," the waxworks figures who come to life after sundown aren't crassly sketchy or dramatically lacking. They're one-dimensional, all right, but knowingly, delightfully so.
The antics of a dog who confuses his day job as the canine superhero in a TV action series with his real-life skills is plenty high-concept. But in "Bolt" -- a blithe, digitally animated (and, in select theaters, 3-D) doggy comedy as zippy as its name -- the fanciful premise only paws the surface of what's going on as we sit in the dark wearing plastic 3-D glasses.
• John Travolta and Kelly Preston, hitting the red
carpet at the same time as Miley Cyrus – creating a logjam.
Cyrus gets help from Mom fixing her hair before posing for the cameras, and
before her last photo call she reapplies her lipstick and blows a kiss to
• Enchanted star Amy Adams, cracking her fortune
cookie after lunching at New York's Tao. So, what was the message? According
to a source, Adams beamed as she read: "Smile if you got lucky last night."
Eating with some friends, Adams indulged in chicken pad thai and espresso (Adams had two!), among other dishes.
She may have charmed audiences in "Catch Me If You Can" and "Junebug," but Amy Adams's sweet demeanor belies a criminal history. "I used to steal my older sister's pink-and-green Maybelline mascara," says Adams, 33.
A love story hidden inside a piece of agitprop buried inside a global murder mystery, the narrative of "The Constant Gardener" is, at its core, a buttoned-up John le Carre diplomatic thriller that's seemingly ripped from the pages of The Economist.