Being bad has its benefits.
It was a terrible summer at the U.S. box office, but does that mean the movies were also terrible?
From superhero blockbusters to raucous comedies to weepy tearjerkers to winsome indies to Bollywood spectacles, this is what was available at (many) movie theaters over the summer of 2014. So how many did you get to see?
Will you be strapping on a seashell bra?
Being bad always feels good.
Maleficent has nothing on zombie Princess Aurora.
Jolie is a box office queen with Maleficent, but Seth MacFarlane is shooting blanks in his big-screen debut, A Million Ways to Die in the West.
The Oscar-winning actress told BuzzFeed that Maleficent’s biggest modernization is what made her sign on.
The actress has never looked as fabulously otherworldly as she does in Disney’s new villain-centric reimagining of Sleeping Beauty, but the film doesn’t do the character any favors.
Plus Billy Eichner plays games with Drew Barrymore, 3 awesome drink recipes, and the new plastic surgery trend for engagement-ring selfies.
Angelina Jolie has the best publicity game in Hollywood. Here’s how she does it.
Vitalii Sediuk is the same guy who crawled under America Ferrera’s dress at Cannes earlier this month.
The Oscar-winning actress reflects on Hackers, Gia, Girl, Interrupted, and more of the films that established her as a force in Hollywood before her 38th movie, Maleficent, hits theaters.
Disney’s baddest broad has an incredible past.
You are fire. You are death. You are an excellent financial planner.
At least a dozen movies primarily about women will open in theaters during the summer season. That may not seem like a lot, but it is a lot!
The bad fairy’s back, but it’s not for revenge; it’s for a backstory.
You do not want to mess with the Mistress of All Evil.
Austin’s Mondo Gallery has partnered with Oh My Disney for a new art exhibit titled Nothing’s Impossible, which pays tribute to classic Disney and Pixar films with wonderful and jaw-dropping artwork.
She may sing the title track for “Maleficent,” but she’s really a sleeping beauty.
Why send out a regular old Valentine’s Day card, when you can send a card that perfectly exemplifies your inner baddie?
The classic Sleeping Beauty song just got a whole lot darker.
These gorgeous bottles designed by artist Ruby Spark , perfectly capture the essence of your favorite baddies and will leave you wishing they were real.
These compelling color photos offer a glimpse into the making of this classic Disney film.
Evil isn’t born, it’s made.
Because let’s face it: Princesses are boring.