The Best Amazon Prime TV Shows You Won't Want To Miss

By Michael Quintana on
It's 2019 and Amazon Prime is having an epic glow up. Here's what you need to know about its major TV contenders. Read Full Story

After 20 Years, Julia Roberts Will Finally Get To Date Dermot Mulroney In 'Homecoming'

By Areeba Abid on
Are you excited about this reunion?Read Full Story

Julia Roberts Went Barefoot Down the Cannes Red Carpet Like a Boss

By Lani Conway on
Who wants to wear uncomfortable high heels anyway? Read Full Story

Julia Roberts Like You've Never Seen Her in 'Secret in Their Eyes'

By Joe Robberson on
Roberts, helped by Nicole Kidman and Chiwetel Ejiofor, urges along the inferior remake.Read Full Story

The Most Unforgettable 90s Rom-Coms You Need to See Before You Die

By Areeba Abid on
Romance is definitely in the air.Read Full Story

25 Things You Didn't Know About 'Pretty Woman'

By Joe Robberson on
A quarter century later, the fairy tale romance still makes us swoon.Read Full Story

See What the 'Pretty Woman' Stars Look Like Now

By Deena Bustillo on
It's been 25 years since "she walked off the street, into his life, and stole his heart."Read Full Story

Disney Villain Face-Off: Evil Queen Edition

By Hayley Igarashi on
Who's the wickedest of them all?Read Full Story

Zimbio Review - 'August: Osage County' Isn't Hell, It's Oklahoma in Summer

By Joe Robberson on
(The Weinstein Company)Long Story Short: There's a falsity to this film that makes it feel very staged, but the script has true moments of greatness and it's fun seeing Streep and Roberts together for the first time.August: Osage County will remind you of: American Beauty, Six Feet Under (TV), Steel Magnolias, Barton Fink, The Family Stone, The SavagesReview: August: Osage County is a stage adaptation and it feels like it. Set in the middle of nowhere and featuring an all-star team of actors...Read Full Story

'August: Osage County' Trailer — Oscar Bait Comes Early This Year

By Darrick Thomas on
Unfortunately your browser does not support IFrames.On the surface, August: Osage County looks like it was made from some kind of mathematic awards season formula: Adapt a Tony-winning Broadway play about a disparate, dysfunctional family reconvening after the patriach's suicide, plug Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts into the lead roles, fill out the film with a talented ensemble cast ranging from Chris Cooper to Benedict Cumberbatch, add Southern accents and a rousing, heartfelt soundtrack...Read Full Story