at 2:31PM on Apr 16
I agree…I keep hoping she’s going to pull a Joaquin Phoenix and say that all the crazy has been for a documentary or something, but that’s seeming less and less likely :-( I hope she’s eventually able to get the help she needs, whatever that may be.
at 9:50PM on Feb 15
I looooved her as Professor McGonagall, but I think I’ll always love her best as Wendy in Hook!
at 3:30PM on Jan 19
Thank you for posting this, Shannon!! This article and your opinions make me want to hug you :-)
at 9:43AM on Oct 23
I’m mildly offended because I think it’s disrespectful to Christ. But since The Game says he’s trying to honor/present a more relatable version of Jesus, hopefully people won’t make too big of a deal out of it.
at 11:14AM on Sep 23
Sweet Jesus, thank you.
at 8:32AM on Sep 23
I am soooo excited for this movie! The book is so amazing…hopefully the film will do it justice :-)
at 9:41AM on Sep 14
I definitely think this was a complete invasion of privacy, and I feel bad for Kate. But I think she also shares a little bit of the responsibility in the sense that she shouldn’t have taken her top off if she didn’t want to be photographed. I also think it’s a little more difficult to maintain boundaries as far as what it private when you’re outdoors. But I guess if the paparazzi would just leave them alone it wouldn’t even be an issue.
at 5:15PM on Jul 25
I 100% agree with you, Courtney! It’s basically impossible to find a company whose decisions you agree with 100%. I know people who have worked at different Chick-fil-As and had gay co-workers (some of whom were owners of that particular location) , who were treated with equal respect in their workplace. Additionally, boycotting chick-fil-a will adversely affect the individual owners before it would ever affect Dan Cathy.
Though I would like to point out that it would be unconstitutional for the mayors and aldermen of Boston and Chicago to deny Chick-fil-A building permits because of Dan Cathy’s opinions.
at 9:55PM on Jun 14
I’m not sure how I feel about the biopic, but the biography is incredible. I honestly could not put it down. It was a very very honest look at Steve Jobs, and I particularly appreciated how much Steve encouraged the people interviewed for the bio to be completely 100% brutally honest.
at 6:16AM on Jun 7
I fully support not judging Rihanna…it’s completely true that many women feel shame after instances of domestic violence and sexual assault. Since I (fortunately) have never been the victim of either of those crimes, I am certainly in no place to judge her for her reaction to the crime.
But there is no way in hell she didn’t know exactly the kind of reaction she would get from a collab with Chris Brown. It’s not about the music in this instance, it’s about attention.