Congratulations to the happy couple!
A megaslideshow featuring all the red-carpet looks from the Golden Globes.
The real-life couple takes on the Chekhov play starting January 17.
Shiny, golden, three floors, and 4,860 square feet, it symbolizes everything the economy is not.
Agyness Deyn landed the No. 1 spot, followed by Gwyneth Paltrow and Sarah Jessica Parker.
For her whirlwind of 'Dark Knight' premieres, you'd think Maggie Gyllenhaal would treat us to a world tour of her indie-charm style. Alas.
Plus: 'West Side Story' returns to Broadway, in English and Spanish.
The 'Real World' is really coming to downtown Brooklyn. Let's check out their place before they get there…
Also, 'Purple' magazine is opening a New York office, Noelle Reno is leaving her label Degrees of Freedom, and Anna Wintour might have inspired a watch line.
The Met's Costume Institute ball is arguably better than Oscar night: more fabulous fashion, more varied celebs, and more drama. The only thing that's been missing is the awards — till now!
We quiz the actress about her Park Slope home life, and how she feels about Jennifer Connelly's bolting from the borough.
Remember when the most depressing thing about Batman movies was that they were terrible?
Plus: Maggie Gyllenhaal replaces Toni Collette in Sam Mendes's Eggers-penned relationship comedy.
This summer is shaping up to be the best one ever for superhero movies. Too bad the female characters have to watch from the sidelines.
Nah, not really. Just in the Maggie Gyllenhaal sense.