PICS: ET Birthday Babes
Click through our Birthday Babes gallery to find out when your favorite celebs celebrate their big day this year! MORE
Jackman and Gyllenhaal Capture Box Office
Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal captured the box office''s final summer weekend with a steady estimated $21.4 million domestic for their film Prisoners in its... MORE
Tops & Flops: The Week in Fashion
Both the Toronto International Film Festival and New York Fashion Week gave plenty of stars the chance to shine, but whose style was clearly the most fine? You decide!MORE
ET to GO: Robert & Michelle Preview 'The Family'
In today''s ET to GO: Robert De Niro and Michelle Pfeiffer preview their new mob comedy... MORE
Dianna Agron Tentative for Parents to See 'Family'
Dianna Agron''s new film is entitled The Family, but it is by no means intended to be a family film, not just because of its mobster theme but also for its sexuality. The latter has Agron hesitant for her parents to watch the...MORE
Not 'The Family' You'd Want as Neighbors
Robert De Niro and Michelle Pfeiffer play on their previous mob movie roles in the entertaining, fish-out-of-water crime comedy The Family from director Luc Besson, also starring Glee star Dianna Agron as their capable... MORE
Dianna Agron Kicks Butt in 'The Family'
Dianna Agron is trading in her Glee pom-poms for something that packs a stronger punch in The Family and ETonline scored an exclusive clip of Agron kicking butt on the...MORE
Globes Flashback '90: Michelle Pfeiffer's First
Nine years after playing "Suzie Q" in her very first film, Michelle Pfeiffer generated a breakout performance as "Susie Diamond" in The Fabulous Baker Boys, which resulted in her first... MORE
Elizabeth Banks' Parenting Approach
In Elizabeth Banks' new film People Like Us, she plays a mother who is a friend to her young son, and ET found out if the actress plans to have a similar relationship with her son when he grows...MORE
ET Flashback: Tension on 'Witches of Eastwick' Set
Susan Sarandon, Michelle Pfeiffer and Cher left audiences under their spell as The Witches of Eastwick back in 1987, and now, 25 years after its June 12 release, we've got a vintage ET interview with the power trio, who reveal that that... MORE
10 Must-See Grown Up Summer Movies
While superheroes and fairy tale characters are shattering the sound system at your local cineplex, an independent film is making the loudest noise. The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel -- a British comedy about retirees who travel to India starring Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Tom Wilkinson, and Bill Nighy -- has made quick work of the worldwide box office, passing $100 million this past weekend and proving that audiences crave more than explosions in the summer months. For those who have already checked out The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, here are 10 more adult-skewing movies that could generate similar receipts. MORE