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"What I like about Lois and Clark, too—and what I think we've preserved—is that there is this sort of throwback, gal Friday feel to her, that she exists in a man's world and she's still extremely feminine."
The director's new film, The Bling Ring, is a noir for the TMZ age—a true-life Hollywood crime story filled with celebrity-obsessed teens, breaking and entering, designer clothes, social media, guns, and of course, Paris Hilton
It's March 1971. The Allman Brothers Band is basking in the breakthrough success of their live album, At Fillmore East.
While it might be too early to call The Bling Ring a breakout performance for actor Israel Broussard, it has all the trappings of a success.
"As much as everyone says that Superman is good, a lot of other people might say that that's why they find him boring ... A lot of Batman fans might say that."
This week: Runner, Runner vs. Paranoia, two films about men from humble beginnings who find themselves in serious trouble once they get a taste of how the other half lives.
"Growing up in eastern Germany, I knew of Superman, but he didn't resonate emotionally with me," admits 32-year-old Antje Traue.
In 1958, Brazil won its first World Cup. Since then, it's won another four—more than any other country. The soccer star that led them to this victory: Edison Arantes do Nascimento, better known as "Pelé."
Wish You Were Here's opening shot zeroes in on a couple, lazing about on a sandy white shoreline. Are they husband and wife away on a holiday idyll, or simply coy lovers flirting on the beach?
We can't begin to imagine why sales of Orwell's 1984 have risen almost 6000 percent this week. Any ideas? http://t.co/KgpbAHfgkU