Woody's magic stone

Emma Stone is Woody Allen's new muse in his latest rom-com Magic In The Moonlight. How does she fair as an Allen heroine?

Emma Stone.
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The Egg Test

In The Hundred-Foot Journey, making the perfect omelette is the test to pass. Do you have what it takes?

WATCH AND LEARN: Manish Dayal and Helen Mirren in the movie.
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Must-see MVs

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Poster poser

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The Expendables 3 newbie Kellan Lutz finding success after Twilight

Stripped of their fangs,

How are the Twilight gang coping in Hollywood?

It's been almost two years since Twilight: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 hit theatres.

It was the twilight of the Twilight films, the end of an era.

With Kellan Lutz making a credible play as action hero in The Expendables 3, we look at the other Twilight alumni to see how their careers have fared.

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Expendable? Yes. Old? Well...

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Kiss & Tell

Yes! and no

Jason Mraz.
Jason Mraz - Yes.
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Movie picks

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BOYHOOD (NC16)

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Ethan Hawke talks about movie that follows boy from childhood to teens

ENSEMBLE: The cast of Boyhood (from left) Ethan Hawke, Ellar Coltrane, Lorelei Linklater, director Richard Linklater, and Patricia Arquette attend the screening at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City on July 7.
BOY-TO-MAN: Ellar Coltrane and Ethan Hawke play a father and son in Boyhood. The movie follows the pair when Ellar is still a boy (above, left) until he becomes a teenager.
BOY-TO-MAN: Ellar Coltrane and Ethan Hawke play a father and son in Boyhood. The movie follows the pair when Ellar is still a boy until he becomes a teenager (above).

Director Richard Linklater achieved a film-making feat with Boyhood.

He follows, in real-time, the formative years of a boy from age 6 to 18.

Uniquely, it was shot in short bursts over 12 years with the same actors, including Ethan Hawke, Ellar Coltrane, who plays the boy; Patricia Arquette, who plays his mother; and Lorelei Linklater (the director's daughter), who plays the boy's sister.

Hawke, who plays the father, talks about what's it like to work on such a unique project and whether Boyhood has a chance to win in the awards season.

Read the full report in our print edition on Aug 13.

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