One of the classic moments from the James Bond films takes place in the first few minutes of 1964's Goldfinger. Having wiggled out of his wet suit, Sean Connery steps into a smoky Latin nightclub where he flicks his cigarette lighter to check the time on his wristwatch.
Robert Redford has acted in dozens of films in his career and directed nine others, but there's one subject he doesn't seem to tire of tackling: journalism. Since Redford played Bob Woodward in All the President's Men, he has revisited the profession several times on-screen, both as an actor and a director.
As winter winds down, spring fever takes over. And no one is more in the mood than Wren, the small fashion label that had the week's breakout viral advertising hit with a video showing complete strangers kissing. Hey, it breaks the ice much faster than a handshake.