Gwyneth Paltrow never looked more gaunt.
The lights hadn’t even come up at the world premiere of “Can a Song Save Your Life?” when Marc Schipper’s BlackBerry began buzzing with messages from distributors clamoring for rights.
Charlie Rose, Nov. 19: Actor Keira Knightley discusses her role in the film, "Anna Karenina," directed by Joe Wright and written for the screen by Tom Stoppard.
An actor needs a great role to show what he or she is really made of. Keira Knightley earns her acting chops with an impressive performance in the lesbian- themed drama “The Children’s Hour” in London.
The joy of getting a table at a fashionable restaurant may be diminished if you find yourself sitting near the washrooms or jammed in the middle of a row.
The world is drowning in celebrity culture, says artist John Squire.
David Cronenberg, whose new movie “A Dangerous Method” is about the birth of psychoanalysis, has never seen a shrink.
It looked like Keira Knightley was heading for a banana-tumble when she boldly decided to swap the movies for the London stage in 2009.
A Chanel No. 5 ad featuring a scruffy Brad Pitt riffing on the meaning of timelessness has divided the globe. Is it simply pretentious? Or is it a bold departure for the French luxury-goods maker?