It's been a big summer for wedded bliss: In the last few months, everyone from Penelope Cruz to Carrie Underwood to Emily Blunt has tied the knot. And, try as Chelsea Clinton might to keep the particulars under wraps, details of her upcoming nuptials have been slowly but surely leaking out. We're eagerly awaiting pictures of the former first daughter's gown -- rumor has it, she's wearing Vera Wang or Oscar de la Renta -- but in the meantime, we've decided to take a look back at the ten most iconic wedding dresses ever.
"I am completely surprised and elated. Rob Marshall is not only a genius but an absolute joy to work with. I woke up every morning excited to collaborate with this amazingly talented group of actors. Filming this movie was such a special experience and to be nominated for this role makes me so happy."â¢ Penelope Cruz gives shout-outs to her director and her fabulous cast after receiving a Best Supporting Actress nomination for her turn in the musical Nine.
While we're plenty excited to find out if James Cameron's CGI blockbuster "Avatar" will edge out official tearjerker-of-the-year selection "Precious" for Best Drama at this Sunday's Golden Globe Awards, we're saving our real zeal for the stunning dresses that will grace the show's red carpet, marking the official kickoff to awards show season.
The Screen Actors Guild announced it nominations for the 16th annual SAG Awards Thursday, with "Precious" and "Up in the Air" earning three nominations each. Both films also picked up multiple Golden Globe nominations this week.
For several weeks, tabloids and the blogosphere have been abuzz with speculation that Penélope Cruz is pregnant with boyfriend Javier Bardem's baby, sparked by photos of the Spanish beauty sporting what some have described as a baby bump.
Neither the magic of Harry Potter nor the combined star power of Katherine Heigl and Gerard Butler was enough to keep a crew of wise-cracking guinea pigs from scurrying to the top of the box office this weekend.
On this month's The Screening Room, host Myleene Klass heads to the Croisette for the 62nd Cannes Film Festival. While the recession has taken some of the luster off of the famously extravagant festival, movies from a virtual "who's who" of A-list directors show the world that no other film festival compares with eleven days on the French Riviera.
Marion Cotillard says she the attention she's gotten from Hollywood – not to mention the Academy – is beyond her wildest dreams. "I wouldn't even have imagined being with my French movie in the United States, which is a country of cinema," the 32-year-old Oscar nominee for La Vie en Rose tells Elle magazine in its March issue. "I'm living a dream I didn't dare to have."
"It feels great. It's a big surprise. I'm very happy about the whole thing with No Country, because I think it's a movie that is really risky and it gets to people, and it's difficult to be in a movie that gets to people."
"Flushed Away" is being advertised as the new movie "from the creators of 'Shrek' and 'Madagascar,' " and while that's savvier than saying it's "from the bedlam-happy folks who brought you 'Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit,' " it isn't honest.