Robert Pattinson reaches the quarter century club tomorrow with his big 25th birthday! He's the latest Hollywood star to reach the milestone, and he may get a special present if he stays in the lead in multiple PopSugar 100 categories. In honor of the occasion, we've gathered 25 pics of Rob doing his signature pose — running his hands through that hair! The cute move is one of the reasons we, his fans, and leading lady Kristen Stewart can't get enough of the Twilight star. Click through to see all the shots, and happy birthday to Rob!
When I asked you all to vote for your favorites in 2010 movies, little did I know that I was starting an all-out war between Twi-hards and Harry Potter fanatics. But which film reigned supreme in categories like best dramatic movie of the year and best movie romance? Find out which films and actors you loved most in 2010, and be sure to check out our own favorite films of the year while you're at it.
After looking through PopSugar's photos of Hollywood couples locking lips, we were feeling inspired to show some of our favorite smooches from 2010 as well — the ones from the big screen. Several actors got it on for the cameras this year, from Natalie Portman in Black Swan to Robert Pattinson in Eclipse and Remember Me (that guy gets around!). Check out this list of the memorable tender moments that sent our hearts racing.
Hollywood found drama everywhere in 2010: in families, fantasy, and even real-life stories. The best dramatic films of the year may have been heavy, but they were certainly entertaining, and will be remembered long after the year is over — especially when some of these run away with awards! But forget the statues for now; I want to know what you guys think. What's the best dramatic movie of the year?
Don't forget to vote on all of our Best of 2010 polls!
It was just around this time last year that we were making our list of movies in 2010 that we were most excited about, and not surprisingly, one of the films at the top was Eclipse.
Promotion for Twilight's third installment started early with a teaser back in March, followed by a full trailer which debuted before Robert Pattinson's other big film of 2010, Remember Me. We were all too happy to dissect every little snippet of footage from the movie in anticipation for its arrival, but there were plenty of other juicy sneak peeks to keep us satiated leading up to the film's release. New photos seemed to come out daily, including a few steamy ones of Pattinson and Kristen Stewart getting close (no wonder you voted them as one of your favorite movie romances of the year). The actors appeared together on the film's poster (which of course, you loved), but it wasn't until Summer that the Eclipse mania really picked up speed.
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Isn't it amazing how an onscreen couple can set our hearts aflutter? We escape through them, perhaps swoon a little as they experience their first kiss, and maybe even shed a few tears when they break up. In 2010, all eyes were on these couples as they showcased their chemistry on the silver screen. Which gets your vote as the best romance of the year?
Don't forget to vote in all of our Best of 2010 polls!
We're slowly inching closer to award season, and tonight we learned who scored nominations for the biggest ceremony in the music industry: the Grammys. Last year was all about the ladies, but this time around the men are stepping up. Eminem got the most nods with eight, including song of the year and record of the year, while newcomer Bruno Mars nipped at his heels with seven nominations (guess he's not just popular among the Glee club). Speaking of the gleeks, I was pleasantly surprised to see that the cast was recognized all on their own, for their "Regionals version" of "Don't Stop Believin'" and best soundtrack.
Just because the men came out on top this year doesn't mean the ladies won't be represented. As usual, Lady Gaga got plenty of recognition, along with Katy Perry and Rihanna. Other nominees that got me smiling are Arcade Fire, who picked up three noms including album of the year, and The Black Keys and Cee-Lo Green, who each picked up four nods apiece. Oh, and even the Twi-hards of the world have a reason to celebrate: the soundtrack for Eclipse scored a nod for best soundtrack.
There's a lot to digest before the gramophone trophies are distributed on February 13, so check out the full list of nominees when you read more