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Rachel McAdams lets her natural beauty shine on Allure magazine's cover
Well it was never going to live up to THAT game: Argentina and Holland head into extra time at 0-0 as they fail to replicate Germany's fireworks in Sao Paulo The 35-year-old actress positively glows on the front cover of August's issue of Allure magazine, letting her flawless skin do all the talking.
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Rachel McAdams Goes Fresh-Faced for Allure Magazine Cover-See the Pic
It's been a while since Rachel McAdams graced the cover of a major magazine but when it came time for her close-up, she was ready.
Philip Seymour Hoffman's final film: Five things we learned from A Most Wanted Man teaser
Bachmann and his team are tasked with capturing a half-Chechen, half-Russian immigrant, played by Grigoriy Dobrygin, who has surfaced in Hamburg.
Los Angeles Times
Ryan Gosling, Rachel McAdams clashed while filming 'The Notebook'
As Allie and Noah in "The Notebook," Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling made romantic sparks fly.
Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch
We're still thinking about that 'Notebook'...
Kissing-in-the-rain scenes are nothing new to film, but the wet smooch in The Notebook is one of the most iconic of its kind.
Rachel McAdams' Notebook Audition Tape Will Blow You Away (And Bring You to Tears!)-Watch
"If you're a bird, I'm a bird" - and just like that, Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams stole our hearts forever.
Remembering "The Notebook" 10 years later
If you can believe it, it's been ten years since The Notebook was adapted to the big screen.
WCW: What You Didn't Know About Rachel McAdams' Role in 'The Notebook'
Today marks the 10th anniversary of The Notebook , so it's only fitting on this Woman Crush Wednesday that we celebrate the star of the film: Rachel McAdams! The actress starred in one of the greatest love stories of our time, but when she was cast in the role, she was a relative newcomer only starring in The Hot Chick prior to playing Allie ... (more)
Mean girls: How not to raise one
Just as bullying has shifted over the years, Hollywood has shifted how bullies are portrayed in film and TV.
'Cool' Kids More Likely to Have Problems Later in Life
From left: Lindsay Lohan as Cady, Amanda Seyfried as Karen, Rachel McAdams as Regina and Lacey Chabert as Gretchen in Mean Girls .