Altho Hannibal will be ending its run on NBC at the close of this current third season, the news about the episodes of the show CONTINUES to get better … which only makes Hannibal‘s cancellation all the more tragic. You may recall that at the start of this week, we got to see the excellent new trailer for Hannibal that was released at San Diego Comic-Con last weekend and features very heavily the introduction of the Red Dragon character on the show. As if news of the Red Dragon‘s arrival on Hannibal wasn’t amazing enough, we learn today that Siouxsie Sioux of Siouxsie and the Banshees has composed a piece of original music to be featured on the season 3 finale episode of Hannibal. I mean … that a show of this caliber can be deemed unworthy of airing on TV is just THE saddest thing ever. More »
Early last week we got our first look at the first footage released from the forthcoming return of The X-Files on Fox. Today, we get to see the first official teaser video from the show. As you may recall, the first footage we saw last week was painfully short … and this new teaser isn’t much longer … but it is longer. This new teaser is full of mystery, lots of shadows — Scully and Mulder, obvs — and the X-Files theme song music! AHH! Even tho this teaser is short, I got chills when the music chimed in. The X-Files will return with a short new season early next year so the wait is long … but it’ll be worth it, I just know it.
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It’s been a while since we talked about Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and I’m here to report that he is still EVERYTHING. I just watched his Sexy Motha video for maybe the third time (maybe the fifth), and I don’t understand how this is the first time something like this has happened. We did have Stacy’s Mom back in the day, but this is very different. The moms in this incredible music video, made in collaboration with The Gregory Brothers, don’t look like Stacy’s mom or Stiffler’s mom—they look like your Mom. And my Mom… and me. LMAO. Click inside for more!
Last night I made a run to Starbucks and saw the worst thing you could possibly see in the summertime when you run to Starbucks and don’t do hair, eyeliner, and it’s also laundry day/week: a gorgeous woman in all-white (a crop top, and skin-tight jeans), who looked like she’d just come from the gym but also the club—like a gym/club combo thing, and her hair was also amazing whilst her brown skin glistened in the sun. It wasn’t fair! And I thought what moms everywhere often think when they witness such a sight: ‘Whatever. She don’t have no damn kids.” LMAO! And then I remembered to not be a htater, and gave her all the mental props in the world. All of which I’m trying to do right this moment, RE: Nicki Minaj‘s latest Instagram photos. Click inside for more!
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It’s hard/impossible to think of a Ciara video that wasn’t sexually charged and designed to make you want to go to the gym, and/or take all of the dance classes. Dance Like We’re Making Love is really no different in terms of being incredibly hawt and a great showcase for Ciara‘s whole… situation. Unfortunately, I just don’t think the song is that great, and the video doesn’t quite do enough to rectify that. My suggestion? Watch this… then go watch Ride, which is what I’m about to do. Peep the video for more!
Today, exactly 60 years ago, Disneyland Resort opened for business here in SoCal and for the following 6 decades, legions of people have visited the park and its companion theme park Disney California Adventure to experience the magic and wonder of Disneyland. I am planning to be at Disneyland when the park opens today at 8AM to mark the 60th anniversary (like, right now … as this post is being published). I never take days off — ever — and I’ve never been at Disneyland when it opens first thing in the morning so I figured I’d make an exception for the park’s 60th diamond anniversary. The folks at Disney are requesting that patrons dress as if it were 1995 — the year that Disneyland opened — so there, too, I am making an exception (I hate dressing up but I’m doing it — kinda — for the occasion today). I am hoping to be back home and in front of my computer by afternoon but it’s possible I may not get any work done today, please forgive me. And please help me wish the Happiest Place on Earth a very Happy 60th Anniversary today :)
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Last week we got to see a few really amazing, high quality promo photos from the Deadpool movie which will be released in theaters next February. Those photos, as you may recall, the photos we saw last week were from the San Diego Comic-Con special edition issue of Entertainment Weekly that was available to attendees of the last weekend’s convention. Today we get to see new promo photos from the Deadpool movie that were taken by Fox Studios photographers for promotional purposes. These photos give us a neat look at the movie but, dangit, I want to see the first Deadpool trailer that was screened at (and leaked from) SDCC in official high quality. I understand the trailer will be released in about 3 week … so, for now, we must content ourselves with these photos. Enjoy.
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Earlier today we saw video of Caitlyn Jenner‘s inspirational and moving acceptance speech the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the 2015 ESPY Awards last night but did you know that our dear Britney Spears was in attendance at the awards show as well? She presented the Best Female Athlete award with footballer JJ Watt to SPOILER ALERT Ronda Rousey … and just in case you missed it, you can watch video of the whole thing above. The Baby One More Time-inspired bit that Britney and JJ did was meant to be cute and I guess it was … kinda. Britney looked awkward (but fabulous) and JJ looked meaty and, um, I guess that’s about it. Check out the video above and then click below to see a cute photo that Britney snapped with JJ backstage at the ESPYs last night. More »
Last night, Adriana managed to get me out of the house for a belated birthday celebration. Honestly, the week I’ve been having has been so difficult that I wasn’t sure I’d want to leave the house but I’m glad I capitulated to her insistence because we had a really nice night together. First, Aide took me out for a lovely sushi dinner and then we decided to see the new Amy Winehouse documentary Amy. As you might expect, Amy is a difficult and sobering film to see but I think it was done so well that her sad story is treated with the respect that her memory deserves. I can’t say that Amy put me in a better mood but it did put many things I thought I knew about her life in perspective. It’s an excellent film that any music fan will likely enjoy very much. More »
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