Andrew Bujalski's Results is a surprising little romantic comedy that never goes where you expect, even as it creates a story built on a triad of characters striving to be better -- in some way. As Bujalski seems well aware, there's who you think you want to be and who you really are. The distance between those two points is where things get interesting.
I hit the ground running, arriving not-quite midway into the 2015 Sundance Film Festival in time to crank out a five-movie day on Sunday. That's less a testament to my stamina than to luck and logistics.
According to TVLine, Cobie Smulders is set to reprise her role as Agent Maria Hill on Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. during
In true "Billy On The Street" fashion, he brought Barney Stinson Neil Patrick Harris to the streets of New York to ask people
Scientists estimate that humans are driving current rates of extinction far higher than normal. We're losing biodiversity, and we're losing it fast.
"I'm not going to be very picky. If something comes to me and I want to do it, I'll do it," she said. "I'm just looking for
Cobie Smulders admitted to David Letterman that she's pretty much in denial about "How I Met Your Mother" coming to an end
Bays agreed, "Without giving away the context of it or how it happens, we’re going to get to see the happiness that’s after
"How I Met Your Mother" will air its hourlong Season 9 premiere on Monday, Sept. 23 at 8 p.m. ET on CBS, and the network
Fans lucky enough to attend the "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." panel at Comic-Con last week were privy to one of the best
Joss Whedon and Co. premiered their much-anticipated Marvel's "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." pilot for a packed audience today
Vince Vaughn hasn't had much luck at the box office over the past four years: His last feature to cross $100 million was
Today is Canada Day! And Cobie Smulders (who plays ever the prideful Canadian Robin Scherbatsky on "How I Met Your Mother