Poor me. It’s hard to focus on wanting to rip Clive Owen‘s clothes off on the cover of Details magazine when there are such stupid headlines on either side of his face. “Why It’s Okay To Stare At Fat People“! “Killer Orgasm: Dying In Pursuit Of Pleasure” (about erotic asphyxiation)! “63 Signs That You’re A Giant Tool”! Memo to Details editors: You don’t have to rely on utter sensationalism or tasteless teasers, like the one where you insult the chicks on the reality show “More To Love” by calling them “lard-assed ladies,” just so I’ll pick your magazine up. Keep reading »
The Julia Roberts-Clive Ownes movie “Duplicity” comes to theaters today, and all anyone seems to be talking about is Roberts’ comeback. Since getting married to cameraman Danny Moder in 2002, Roberts has graced the big screen, but not in a lead role. In “Is Julia Roberts’s Box-Office Reign Over?” Newsweek considers whether the ’90s superstar will be able to keep up with the likes of Judd Apatow and friends at the box office. Time also looks at Roberts’ career and the choices she has made, saying, “If you’re nostalgic for the pretty woman in pink-and-black spandex, too bad. Roberts isn’t shoehorning herself back into a prostitute’s work outfit. She’s too sensible to even try.” E Online crunched numbers on career box-office performances of 10 lead actresses and 10 lead actors who turned 40 in the last decade. Sadly, they discovered that only the films of two actresses — Sarah Jessica Parker and Jennifer Aniston — have grossed above their career averages after 40. For men, the opposite was true; only two of the 10 actors considered grossed less after turning 40 (Keanu Reeves and Will Smith).
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