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And So It Goes' Michael Douglas on Diane Keaton: "I've always admired her from afar"

We loved him as the self-absorbed Liberace and Wall Street villain, Gordon Gekko. Now, the fearless Michael Douglas soars with his latest role as another prickly dude. SheKnows sat down with the indomitable actor to find out why he loves to play jerks.

Photo credits: Clay Enos/Clarius Films In And So It Goes, Michael Douglas plays Oren, a recently widowed real estate agent who, for lack of a better word, is a total a**hole. We wanted to know what attracted him to such a bad-tempered character. Douglas was very cheeky with his answer. "I lov...

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PG-rated movies for the whole family

Kid-appropriate movies don't have to mean a boring night for Mom. These PG-rated flicks will keep the whole family entertained.

Toy Story Movie Trailer: Toy Story Movie Trailer: Toy Story Don't let the playroom setting fool you. Toy Story is made for adults and kids alike. Though the bright colors and happy characters will keep the kids glued to the screen, the hidden adult humor and innuendos will have you cac...

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9 Dance films with the most difficult choreography

To be fair, we're not dancers. Even the slightest of fancy footwork will blow us away. We have it on good authority that all these scenes are pretty impressive, though. Most importantly, a lot of this awesome choreography comes from "dance movies." Check out the clips, then round up the full-length movies and have a mini marathon.

1. Seven Brides for Seven Brothers: Barn Raising Dance 7 Brides for 7 Brothers - Barn Raising Dance 7 Brides for 7 Brothers - Barn Raising Dance People who square dance or waltz on a regular basis (we're sure there's plenty of you) are probably scoffing at us right now. But this dance ...

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Natalie Portman vs. Mila Kunis: Who screams girl-power more?

When we think of smart, successful, sassy women in Hollywood, Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis definitely come to mind. Of the two, who do you think has more girl power?

Heritage Both Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis have more-interesting-than-average heritages. Portman was born in Jerusalem, Israel, and her family relocated originally to Washington, D.C., when Portman was still very young. The Other Boleyn Girl star is fluent in Hebrew and speaks French. Kunis wa...

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