The TV Guide
Last night I hung out with my good friend Adriana for the first time in far too long and we enjoyed a very fun night together. After we hung out at her place for a bit, we grabbed a delish Mexican dinner and then made our way to the movies. We had planned on seeing The Box Trolls but ended up seeing an early showing of the new animated film The Book of Life. Folks, The Book of Life was sooooo good! If there is one movie that you need to see this Hallowe’en season, it’s The Book of Life. More »
The 'Fantastic Beasts ...' Trilogy will begin in 2016
Back in September of last year, JK Rowling first announced that she was writing a new Harry Potter spin-off movie based on her Harry Potter spin-off book Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. In May of this year, we learned that the movie is slated for release in 2016. Today we learn that Fantastic Beasts will be turned into a 3 movie trilogy that will jump start a new on-going franchise of Harry Potter-related movies that will rival the constant release of superhero films that other studios keep putting out. Brace yourselves, Potter fans, there are a slew of new movies coming our way. More »
I have very exciting news to share with you guys today. My very good friend Jeremy Kost is hosting a book signing of his new photography book Fractured at Bookmarc in West Hollywood, CA on Friday and you MUST come out and meet him (folks in NYC can attend Jeremy‘s book signing at Bookmarc at 400 Bleecker St. on October 21). I’ve known Jeremy for years but I’ve been a fan of his Polaroid photography for much longer. He is truly one of my favorite photographic artists and I’m so excited for the release of his new book Fractured. Large scale prints of some of Jeremy‘s images are currently on display at the CALVIN KLEIN COLLECTION in NYC (654 Madison Avenue) until October 27 where a very limited edition of Fractured is being sold. The large scale prints on display at the Calvin Klein Collection are up for auction HERE to partially benefit ACRIA, in conjunction with Paddle 8, in their fight to help those living with HIV/AIDS. Yes, my friend is amazing. Jeremy is graciously sharing the photos featured in the gallery presented here to give you a taste of his work. If you like what you see, you can come out and buy a copy of Fractured and meet Jeremy Kost at his book signing this Friday:
The images shared here are available in the artist’s edition of Fractured
which comes with an actual Polaroid
photo of your choice (details HERE
gave me a large size Polaroid
print as a housewarming gift when I moved to LA all those years ago and it has hung in my various homes ever since. He is a very talented photographer and I hope you can come out and meet the man in person. Hopefully I’ll see you at the book signing on Friday!
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Y'all ain't ready...
As if you needed one more reminder of Amy Poehler‘s excellence, here’s the most awesome picture you’re going to see all day. So, Poehler‘s new book is getting ready to drop, which we learned a while back when saw this sweet cover photo. It’s called Yes Please, and I’m expecting very big things. A few fancy people have received the book ahead of its October 28 release, and have taken to Twitter to give us a sneak peek. Basically? This back cover author photo is the stuff Ron Burgundy dreams are made of. Click inside for more!
Posted under: 'Yes Please', Amy Poehler
"The book is a memoir. Not an autobiography."
Earlier today we learned from Sinéad O’Connor herself that she was planning to expose all of the “sexual dirt” on everyone she’s ever slept with in her new memoir which is due for publication in 2016. Shortly after her comment went viral, she posted a message on her official website backtracking from her original claim. She needed a “funny quote” to go along with the press release about her memoir, she explains, so that’s why she decided to lie about all that “sexual dirt” she said she would expose. Um. What the Hell is going on with Sinéad O’Connor these days?! More »
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Exactly what the world has been waiting for
Back in the summer, Irish singer Sinéad O’Connor unveiled a bold new look to go along with the new music she released this year. Today we learn that, in addition to the release of new music this year, O’Connor is readying the release of her memoirs in the spring of 2016. Sinéad‘s new book doesn’t have a title yet but she promises that it will include, among other things, all of the “sexual dirt” on all of the people she has been romantically involved with over the years … which, I’m sure, YOU have been waiting all your life for. More »
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'I feel like there are fifty ways it’s my fault…'
I haven’t picked up Lena Dunham‘s memoir yet, but Not That Kind of Girl is already making headlines for some of its unique subject matter. One particular issue she’s tackling—through her own experiences—is rape, and how to define it. There are many people reading these excerpts, in which she describes a disturbing experience at college (which she comes to classify as rape, so I will too), and they don’t believe that it should be understood as rape. And others are saying it highlights an issue that we have—where if a woman does not expressly say “NO,” consent is assumed. Click inside for more.
Posted under: Lena Dunham
The Ultimate Unofficial Madonna Book
Back in 1995, author Matthew Rettenmund took it upon himself to write the ultimate book for Madonna fans titled Encyclopedia Madonnica which, for almost 20 years, has been THE fan-written history book of the life and career of her Madgesty herself. Of course, a lot of things have changed in the past 20 years and Madonna‘s life and career is much different than it was back in 1995. And so, because history demands it, Rettenmund has taken on the task of publishing a 20th anniversary edition of Encyclopedia Madonnica that will be updated and expanded. This time around, Matthew is publishing the book himself and is asking YOU Madonna fans to be a part of the process. Click below to learn how YOU can be a part of the Kickstarter campaign to help make Encyclopedia Madonnia: The 20th Anniversary Edition become a reality. More »
Back in May we got our first look at the cover of Neil Patrick Harris‘s upcoming autobiography titled Choose Your Own Autobiography. Today we get to see the just-released video trailer for the book. In only the most cleverest NPH way, this trailer shows you exactly why YOU MUST buy his book as soon as it is released next month. You will note that NPH is wearing his new wedding band in the video so, yeah, you’re gonna wanna watch the whole thing. Choose Your Own Autobiography by Neil Patrick Harris will be released on October 14.