Lending their talent to an intriguing new production, Ryan Gosling and Rooney Mara paired up for filming in Austin, Texas earlier this week (September 24).
The " Half Nelson" heartthrob and his "Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" actress co-star got up close and personal while in the midst of an intimate scene for director Terrence Malick's yet-to-be-titled project.
Spending another long and arduous stint in front of the cameras, Mila Kunis teamed up with Robin Williams on the set of "The Angriest Man in Brooklyn" in New York City on Tuesday (September 25).
Ditching her green overcoat and blue scarf, the "Black Swan" beauty sports blue medical scrubs as she ended up saving her "Mrs Doubtfire" actor co-star from drowning in the East River - all the while getting herself soaking wet on what was a cool east coast fall afternoon.
Looking red hot to show off her latest film, Penelope Cruz followed up a midday photocall by attending the premiere of “Venuto al Mondo” premiere in San Sebastian, Spain on Tuesday (September 25).
The 38-year-old Spanish-born beauty looked stunning in a strapless, full length red gown as she happily smiled for the awaiting photographers before heading in to catch the 60th San Sebastian International Film Festival screening.
Though it doesn't hit theaters until October 5th, a TV spot for the upcoming film "The Oranges" has been released to ComingSoon.net today (September 25).
The dramatic rom-com follows the story of two couples who are best friends and neighbors in suburban New Jersey. Their family harmony is threatened with prodigal daughter Nina returns home for Thanksgiving and falls her neighbor's family patriarch.
When it came to selecting someone to embody the singer Joni Mitchell on the big screen, fellow female singer-songwriters seem like the first place to look.
Today, Taylor Swift was revealed as the choice to play Joni in the upcoming biopic. The film is based on Sheila Weller's 2008 book "Girls Like Us" which follows Ms. Mitchell, as well as Carole King and Carly Simon.
Though an official trailer hasn't hit the market just yet, screenwriter Max "Maxx" Barry of the new flick "Syrup" has given eager fans a glimpse of what they can expect from the film adaptation of his novel.
In the clip uploaded Monday (September 24), movie-goers get a feel for the high-power drama to come, as well as a look at the beautiful Amber Heard.