In the enchantingly original and romantic (500) Days of Summer, Summer (Zooey Deschanel) is a girl -- capricious, alluring, and not entirely knowable -- and Tom (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) is the greeting-card writer who convinces himself that she's "better than the girl of my dreams."
Owen Wilson took two baby steps back into public life this weekend – first in his MySpace interview with pal Wes Anderson, then over the weekend when he went to dinner at Mr. Chow's in Beverly Hills and attended a party Sunday night at the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, PEOPLE has learned.
Had blaring news of Owen Wilson's personal crisis not reached his public so close to the release of "The Darjeeling Limited," Wes Anderson's picaresque story of three brothers (Wilson, Jason Schwartzman, and Adrien Brody) who carry their emotional baggage on a train voyage across India would still resonate with vivid sadness.
For four months, movie theaters have been dominated by a succession of blockbusters from the usual suspects -- Bruckheimer, Spielberg, Disney, Rowling -- supplemented by a handful of newcomers (Seth Rogen and Shia LaBeouf, welcome to the big time).
Described as "the coolest man on earth" by filmmaker Wes Anderson, Rio-born musician and actor Seu Jorge has picked up the mantle from the likes of Gilberto Gil, Caetano Veloso and the Tropicalistas as a cultural ambassador for his country.
The bebop cadences of actor Bill Murray and filmmaker Jim Jarmusch are in such key-of-cool sync in the deadpan-tender who's-your-daddy drama "Broken Flowers," it's a wonder that the two hipster silverheads haven't jammed together more often.