Actress Tippi Hedren is opening up about her relationship with Alfred Hitchcock with a little help from the new HBO movie “The Girl.”
This fall, Hollywood is spotlighting director Alfred Hitchcock in two biopics based on two of his most famous films, “Psycho” and “The Birds.”
The feature film “Hitchcock” centers on the making of “Psycho” and stars Anthony Hopkins as the director, Helen Mirren as wife Alma, and Scarlett Johansson as Janet Leigh. Check out the trailer!
Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt stepped out in Malibu on Valentine's Day. Montag's face looked puffy and swollen, sparking rumors that she underwent more plastic surgery, adding to the 39 times she's already gone under the knife.
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The on-again/off-again relationship between pretty couple Jude Law and Sienna Miller is off again.
"It was an entirely an end-of-the-relationship decision," a friend told People.com. "It had run its course," but added, "It is mutual and amicable and they are still friends."
No, on-again lovebirds Sienna Miller and Jude Law didn't get married, but they did participate in a ritual of sorts.
"It wasn't a marriage ceremony at all," Miller told "Extra" at the grand opening of the Esquire House L.A. "It was a blessing from a monk. The whole thing was completely fabricated by the glorious British press."