Articles By Justine Ashley Costanza

From Entertainment Sep 08, 2012

Toronto Film Festival 2012: ‘Looper’ Review Round-Up

One of the most buzzed about films of the fall is living up to its hype. "Looper" opened the Toronto Film Festival on Thursday and the film is earning high praise from critics.

From Entertainment Sep 07, 2012

Paul Dano Portrays Troubled Indie Rocker In 'For Ellen'

After displaying a knack for formidable roles in such films as "Little Miss Sunshine" and "There Will Be Blood," Paul Dano has proved to be one of the most promising young actors in Hollywood.

From Entertainment Sep 07, 2012

Camille Grammer $30M Richer In Divorce Settlement

You can't put a price on public humiliation, but the $30 million Kelsey Grammer's ex-wife Camille Grammer is getting should help mitigate the mortifying circumstances of their 2011 separation.

From Education Sep 07, 2012

James Franco Sued By NYU Professor Who Expected Him To Show Up To Class

Film and TV actor, director, scholar, novelist, Galaxy Note spokesman and lip-syncher James Franco may be adding defendant to his ever-expanding repertoire.

Sep 06, 2012

Shia LaBeouf Explains Carey Mulligan Breakup: “It’s Not A Game For Me”

Between his uncouth comments about the Hollywood studio system and his claim that he sent director Lars Von Trier his own sex tape to land a role in "Nymphomaniac," Shia LaBeouf can't seem to stay out of the gossip headlines.

From Books Sep 06, 2012

Judy Blume Shares Breast Cancer Ordeal On Blog

Judy Blume announced on Wednesday that she is suffering from breast cancer. The 74-year-old author shared her ordeal via her blog. In a post titled "!@#$% Happens,"

From Entertainment Sep 05, 2012

Ben Affleck’s ‘Argo,’ Inspired By True CIA Plot, Earns Early Raves

"Argo," Ben Affleck's latest directorial effort, is fast becoming one of the fall's most anticipated films. The script, written by Chris Terrio, is based on the autobiography "The Master in Disguise" by Antonio Melendez as well as a 2007 Wired article by Joshua Bearman titled "Escape From Tehran: How the CIA Used a Fake Sci-Fi Flick to Rescue Americans From Iran.

From Entertainment Sep 05, 2012

‘Anna Karenina’ Venice Film Festival Review Roundup

Written in 1877, Leo Tolstoy’s epic Russian novel “Anna Karenina” has inspired a ballet, play, opera, ill-fated Broadway musical, and seventeen film adaptations. Director Joe Wright’s bold re-imagining of the period drama made its debut at the Venice Film Festival on Monday.

From Entertainment Sep 01, 2012

Red Band Trailer For 'Seven Psychopaths,' Starring Colin Farrell And Christopher Walken, Debuts

The latest trailer for dark ensemble comedy "Seven Psychopaths" was released Thursday.

Sep 01, 2012

Charlotte Dawson Attempts Suicide, LeAnn Rimes Seeks Treatment As Cyberbullying Reaches Fever Pitch

On Thursday, it was reported that "Australia's Next Top Model" judge Charlotte Dawson tried to end her life after she was subjected to harassment by a ruthless cyber bully.