It can be very challenging for women to get their pre-pregnancy bodies back, so when it happens, it creates a stir.
Say what you want about the franchise as a whole, but the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' movies really do have a knack for casting. Incredible actors (and serviceable movie stars) have filled virtually every role in the series' large ensemble, so it's no surprise that the upcoming fifth film is looking to cast a beloved thespian. Two-time Oscar winner Christoph Waltz is reportedly in negotiations to join 'Pirates of the Caribbean 5' as the latest villain to cross swords with Johnny Depp's Captain Jack Sparrow.
Nobody likes going to the dentist...well, except for this guy.
The cost of Christmas is going up.
It was evident to almost everyone from the get-go that 'Star Trek Into Darkness' director J.J. Abrams cast Benedict Cumberbatch as Khan (the iconic 'Star Trek' villain originally played by Ricardo Montalban in 'The Wrath of Khan'). Despite a mountain of overwhelming evidence, Abrams lied about it, cast members lied about it and the studio perpetuated the secrecy. But, with the film behind him, Abrams now says it was all a big mistake and blames studio pressure for the secrecy.
Britney Spears has changed her look many times throughout the years -- blonde, brunette, shaved head, bangs, center-parted and extensions. She has also had her emotional ups and down, with her husbands, kids, boyfriends, managers, parents and the paparazzi. There has been one constant through it all and that's Brit Brit's warm and winning smile!
This past May, Harrison Okene was working as a cook on the tugboat Jacson-4 when his ship capsized and sank in freezing waters off the coast of Nigeria. Everyone else onboard died, but Okene managed to survive in a tiny air pocket for 60 hours, drinking only Coke.
Target has systems, games and the mother of all Skylanders bundles discounted for their Cyber Monday sales. You better get on these deals, quick!
Amazon continues to change the retail landscape.
Amazon's Cyber Monday deals are here to scoop up whatever's left of your wallet from this past weekend.
The Air New Zealand team has always taken pride in the fact that Peter Jackson filmed his 'Hobbit' and 'Lord of the Rings' trilogies in their homeland, but they've taken it one step further for 'The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.' While some of the trailers have refrained from showcasing the evil dragon in his full form, the airline has plastered him all over their new 'Hobbit'-themed plane.
Airports may be a frequent source of massive frustration—just ask anyone who had to travel cross-country this past week—but sometimes they provide us with moments that just melt your heart.
"Hours" is a movie that Paul Walker completed before his tragic death Saturday. In it, Walker plays a widowed dad helping his newborn daughter survive in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. The film is due to hit theaters this Friday, and we have the trailer
"The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" scored the all-time box-office record for Thanksgiving weekend with a whopping $110.2 million over five days. The previous champ was "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone", which took in $82 million in 2001.
Edward Cullen seems like the role of a lifetime -- hello, infamy, Robert Pattinson and a ton of cash! But it turns out, R-Pattz got the part after one of his 'Twilight Saga' co-stars turned down the role. Yep, that's right: Kellan Lutz was sought after for the brooding vampire role and rejected it!