Beth Ferrier accused Cosby in 2006, and "lost everything"
I don’t know why I’m writing this, exactly. I think the people who are asking the question, “Why are Bill Cosby‘s accusers just now coming forward?” are not likely to be persuaded by the logic in this new story. As I’ve said, celebrity/hero worship is a helluva drug. But, ya never know. And Beth Ferrier‘s statements are also helping me better understand what is going on here. At this point I think we’re at 18, maybe 218 women who have come forward over the years and accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault or rape. From what I’ve seen, the stories are all pretty much the same. Nearly all of the women were aspiring actresses, and any others were already working in the industry—women who had a lot to lose if they went up against Cosby. Click inside for more.
Posted under: Beth Ferrier, Bill Cosby
Earlier today we got to hear Beyoncé‘s new songs 7/11 and Ring Off which will be available on her new album Beyoncé Platinum Edition Box Set, due out next week. Right now, we get to see the *just-released* music video for 7/11. As you can see above, the clip has a fun homemade feel to it. No bells, no whistles … just Beyoncé being perfect. I love this track. I love this video even more. Enjoy.
Posted under: '7/11', Beyoncé Knowles
"It must be a fan video"
The self-proclaimed “god of fuck” Marilyn Manson, who built a career on insulting as many conservative sensibilities as possible with stunts like ripping up Bibles in concert, promoting Nazi imagery and selling merchandise depicting blasphemous imagery of Jesus Christ (to name but a few career highlights), has issued a statement denying that he has any association whatsoever with the leaked video that we saw yesterday that features Lana Del Rey being sexually assaulted by Eli Roth that has been attributed to him. Despite the fact that Roth went on the record last year to reveal that he, LDR and MM collaborated on a “sick video” that was unfit for public release, Manson wants everyone to know that he has nothing at all to do with the video that surfaced this week. More »
"Scott Foley is ... a f*cking creep with raper face"
Yesterday we learned that our dear Britney Spears was asked to film something fun for Jimmy Kimmel Live and later in the day, we got to preview video of Britney reading a mean tweet about her for the show. Last night, the full Celebrities Read Mean Tweets segment aired and it featured some of our fave actors and actresses reading mean tweets that people have tweeted about them. I laughed more than once so you might, too. LOL.
Posted under: 'Jimmy Kimmel Live', Adam Sandler, Bob Newhart, Britney Spears, Chloë Grace Moretz, Chris Pratt, Geena Davis, Gerard Butler, Gwyneth Paltrow, John Stamos, Lena Dunham, Lisa Kudrow, Michael Chiklis, Scott Foley, Ty Burrell
Justin Theroux will write the script
Over 4 years ago, we first heard rumblings that Ben Stiller was interested in making a sequel film to his 2001 film Zoolander … then, we heard absolutely nothing … until now. Deadline is reporting that actress Penélope Cruz has signed on to star in Zoolander 2, with actor Justin Theroux attached to write the script for the long-awaited sequel film. At this early stage of pre-production, no release date has yet been revealed but now that serious casting is being announced, I think we can FINALLY get excited that the Zoolander sequel is FINALLY coming our way. More »
We also get a new teaser video
Back in August we got our first look at the first teaser video for the forthcoming Breaking Bad prequel spinoff series Better Call Saul. In October, we got to see a second promo video for the series … in the form of a music video for a song titled Better Call Saul. Today we get to see a third promo video AND we learn the exciting news that Better Call Saul has FINALLY been given a release date. The series will debut on AMC in February with a 2-part series premiere episode event. Mark your calendars, here comes Saul Goodman. More »
Posted under: 'Better Call Saul'
The first “teaser” for the forthcoming sequel film Jurassic World has been released and as you can see above, it’s a bit of a disappointment. This teaser doesn’t show one bit of new film footage. Instead, it merely shows us a scene that we all remember from the first film Jurassic Park. So, in actuality, the video embedded above isn’t a Jurassic World teaser at all. Blah. Hopefully we’ll get to see something more substantial when the full trailer is released on November 27 because in this instance, I’d say that something is NOT better than nothing.
Posted under: 'Jurassic World'
From 'BEYONCÉ Platinum Edition Box Set'
On Wednesday we got our first taste of Beyoncé‘s new song 7/11, which is featured on her new album Beyoncé Platinum Edition Box Set (due out next week) and today we get to hear the song in full. We also get to hear her other new song, Ring Off, as both tracks have unsurprisingly made their way online ahead of the album’s official release on November 24. Bey is going for a much less polished pop sound on these new tracks, have a listen below and see what you think. More »
"Quit forcing your suckage on me ..."
Earlier today we learned that Britney Spears will appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live tonight in a segment where celebrities read mean tweets written about them on air. Right now, we get to preview Britney‘s appearance on the show tonight because Jimmy Kimmel just shared a preview video of the segment that will air tonight. Mean tweets suck … but they suck way less when celebs are able to laugh at them.
Grumpy Cat Cannot Be Stopped
Not content to OWN the holiday made-for-TV game with just a movie starring En Vogue, Lifetime will air Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever on November 29 because, well, this is where our society has taken us. We’ve seen the trailer, now check out a collection of promo photos because, again, this is where our civilization is right now. Enjoy.