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Lovelace does more than any mainstream effort I know of to debunk the myth that pornography is just a fantasy.
Sharon Stone, who famously uncrossed and recrossed her sexy legs in the 1992 hit movie "Basic Instinct," has some advice for younger actresses: don't be afraid to get naked.
The 55-year-old mother of three told WENN: “I feel that it’s so disappointing in films when you see the comforter taped to
Amanda Seyfried's latest film role is a risky one. The 27-year-old actress stars in "Lovelace" as the late porn star Linda Lovelace, famous for her role in the '70s pornographic film, "Deep Throat."
Also starring Peter Sarsgaard, Sharon Stone, Adam Brody, and Chloë Sevigny, among others, "Lovelace" is playing in theaters
The Huffington Post recently spoke with Friedman and Epstein about making the film, why they chose Lovelace's story and some
The fact that porn has become such a punchline in our culture -- something that is joked about in mainstream humor as a signifier for all that is horny, male and, often, lower-class -- is hard to believe, from the perspective of the social history captured in Lovelace.
Amanda revealed that she had her first encounter with porn at the extremely young age of 6. "It was a cop -- a guy dressed
In the vein of 1995's "The Celluloid Closet," the Oscar-winning directors will return to their signature documentaries in
The 63rd International Filmfestspiele Berlin delivered the marriage of the personal/universal with flashes of outright genius in films of remarkable emotional depth, variety and originality.
This role is a bold one for Seyfried, who cut her teeth on comedies such as "Mean Girls" and "Mamma Mia." Last year, Seyfried
Considered Miami's Hugh Hefner, the Hungarian playboy entertained bigwigs like Frank Sinatra and Bridget Bardot in his Coconut
"Gone" is out on Friday; for more on Seyfried's upcoming role as Linda Lovelace in "Lovelace," click here. So you were happy
"It was a really hard situation because Demi had worked really hard and she was so prepared and so ready and nobody expected
It looks like Us Weekly had the wrong Parker. According to "Lovelace" directors Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman, Sarah Jessica