It is impossible to talk about the new "Sex and the City" movie without first mentioning "Sex and the City," the HBO series ...
Steve Carell is sipping coffee as he waits for a director to arrive so they can discuss a possible collaboration to follow "Get Smart," his big-screen star vehicle, which opens June 20.
The Paris Hilton Question Du Jour: But can she act? We've seen the Paris of the reality show and a jillion paparazzi snaps, both glamorous and misdemeanorous.
Katherine Heigl is always the bridesmaid and never the bride in this garden-variety wedding-themed rom-com -- except here never means later, as it should alarm nobody to learn.
When Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers were whipping up their now-70-year-old musical souffles, it was always said that Fred provided the class, while Gin-ger provided the sex.
Early in the seagoing, sunken-treasure, romance/ adventure/flotsam called "Fool's Gold," someone says, "You married a guy for sex, and then expected him to be smart."