"What puzzles me, Harold, is that you want to sleep with your grandmother." So says a psychiatrist to this cult classic's death-obsessed protagonist about his joyous paramour, Maude—which just about sums up the other characters' opinions about this dark comedy's central relationship.
When it comes to celebrity relationships, is age really just a number?
According to a recent study, the less of an age difference there is between partners, the more likely a relationship will last.
While troves of Hollywood men have been notorious for testing the limits, A-list ladies have also given junior companions a shot.
Young A-list female stars almost always play romantically opposite men who are often decades older.
Kyle Buchanan tackles the issue in a new article on Vulture — with Emma Stone, Jennifer Lawrence and Scarlett Johansson serving as prime examples.
her entire career, it’s become something of a cliché that, as the male leads get older, the female leads get younger.
(Seriously: who can't forget the most egregious age gap of all, when the white-hot 30 year-old Catherine Zeta-Jones was paired with a 69 year-old Sean Connery in the otherwise forgettable 1999 film Entrapment?
Host John Horn leads the conversation, accompanied by the nation's most plugged-in cultural journalists.
In a speech this week, Reese Witherspoon paid tribute to fellow actress Amy Schumer.
Buchanan tells the Frame that he noticed the problem at Cannes, watching the new Woody Allen movie "Irrational Man" with Emma Stone and Joaquin Phoenix.