Review in a Hurry: Kind of a drag, man. Jane Fonda stars as a hippie granny who tries to reconnect with her estranged lawyer daughter (Catherine Keener) and grandkids. Despite a few dope moments, this multigenerational serio-comedy becomes a bummer trip because of its predictable plot and phony characters.
READ: Chace Crawford Talks Gossip Girl…the Movie?!
Uptight Manhattan attorney Diane (Keener) has serious mommy issues and has refused to let her kids meet their mysterious grandmother, Grace (Fonda)—until now. W
It’s been 17 long months, but in just five days AMC’s Mad Men will return from its lengthy hiatus to answer the burning questions left in the wake of season 4′s shocking cliffhanger.
Will Don Draper (Jon Hamm) marry his secretary? Just who is the father of Joan’s (Christina Hendricks) baby? Industry insider and TV Guide columnist Matt Roush addresses all these questions and more, assuring fans that they will not be disappointed by the season 5 premiere.
Take a Virtual Tour of The ‘Mad Men’ Set
“[It's] worth the wait,” says Roush, careful not to spill the juicy details of Sunday’s episode. “We’ll find out where Don is in his personal life, eventually we’ll find out where Betty is in her personal life now that they’re divorced…. a
Alexa Chung is essentially a professional fashionista. Shes a model, a contributor to British Vogue, and an occasional TV show host. Basically her entire life revolves around looking as pretty and stylish as possible and she consistently succeeds. She oscillates between rocking all the latest weird trends and putting together perfectly chic, elegant and timeless looks that actually look like outfits non-celebrities could get away with.
I have not worn a turtleneck since middle school, but this outfit makes me want to go out and buy a handful. It looks super comfortable, flattering, and cold-weather functional.
Andy Serkis became famous without ever being seen when he portrayed Gollum in Peter Jackson’s “Lord of the Rings” trilogy.
Serkis reprises the role of the lisping, cave-dwelling, ring–obsessed creature in “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey,” and then some — just before production, Jackson hired him as second unit director.
“It went from a two-week job to a year and a half,” Serkis, 48, said.
“Pete’s known I wanted to direct for a long time. Basically he said, ‘I want you to do this. We’ll have fun and have you be there for the actors.’
“The second unit on this scale is quite big,” Serkis said. “It wasn’t just pickup shots but overseeing the performance level through aerial shots and battle scenes, and this really is what Pete’s about: Drama comes first.
“The emotional content is the most important thing regardless of the big canvas. I think he wanted- someone he could t