What in this world is better than Sally Field? That’s right, nothing. We’ve been missing the Forrest Gump star who hasn’t been on the big screen since she played Aunt May The Amazing Spider Man 2–and that was just a side role. Well there’s good news, Sally is back in the upcoming flick, Hello, My Name Is Doris. The movie is directed by Michael Showalter (Wet Hot American Summer, duh), and has a super cool cast including Max Greenfield of New Girl, Beth Behrs of Two Broke Girls, Natasha Lyonne, and Jack Antonoff.
The film, which played at SXSW this year, features Sally Field as Doris, an older woman living in the past who’s whole life seems to change when she meets the sexy and confident John (Max) at her job, and is embraced by him and his friends. It’s rare that we get movies about the sexuality of older women (or movies about older women at all, for that matter). More »
It’s happening! Britney Spears is almost back on our TV screens! After news dropped in August that the holy one would be guest starring on Jane The Virgin, we’ve gotten a whole lot of teasing. And now, thanks to People Magazine, we finally get to see Britney in action! I don’t know about you guys, but guest starring on TV shows Britney is one of my favorite Britneys I cannot wait to see what sort of awesome she’s brings along with her. More »
This is bizarre. After director Quentin Tarantino took park in an anti-police brutality rally in New York City, officers in The Philadelphia Fraternal Order of Police released a statement, teaming up with New York and Los Angeles Police in their Tarantino movie boycott. The statement, written by the organization’s president, John McNesby, said, “Tarantino has shown through his actions that he is anti-police. Mr. Tarantino has made a good living through his films, projecting into society at large violence and respect for criminals; he in turn also hates cops.” More »
Oh Stephen, you so smaht. Stephen Colbert says that despite his friendship with Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens director J.J. Abrams, was told nothing about about the film, who’s trailer was released last week. Colbert watched the trailer and was all chill about it like, “It was pretty good. This was a 10-second, slow fade teaser. None of that B.S. This was a real trailer.” So despite his good friend J.J.’s secrecy, Colbert decided to take it upon himself to speculate the ending of the film last night on his show, The Late Show. More »
Back in September, David Mueller of KYGO Denver sued Taylor Swift after losing his job over alleged claims that he touched her inappropriately. The man said that one of Taylor’s security team members falsely accused him of grabbing her butt back stage at the Pepsi Center at a meet-and-greet on June 2, 2013. In Mueller’s claim, one of his superiors purportedly committed the act. Do you even know who you’re messing with bro? More »
Colored me intrigued on this one. Superstar Rihanna is entering the crazy world of Luc Besson as a player in his upcoming Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, a futuristic thriller about time travel. The cast also includes Dane DeHaan, Clive Owen and model Cara Delevingne. The director made the announcement about the Barbadian beauty joining the cast by posting a seriously badass photo of her on Instagram. More »
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If all you want to do on Halloween is sing about being a “Sweet Transvestite,” than you’re in luck! HBO Now will be doing the first-ever “midnight streaming” of The Rocky Horror Picture Show on Saturday (aka Halloween night) to celebrate the cult classic’s 40th anniversary. HBO wants fans to get into it just as much as they would if they were in the theaters, including throwing toast, making it rain with squirt guns and of course, doing the “Time Warp.” The pay-cable network also wants fans to post moments on Twitter using the hashtag #RHPS40. @HBONow will be following along and retweeting the best ones throughout the night.
No one can hold a grudge quite like Miss Piggy (Kermit doesn’t stand a chance). But there’s one particular person she truly despises: Reese Witherspoon. The actress apparently beat out the porcine beauty for the Oscar-winning role of June Carter in Walk the Line 10 years ago, and the two have been at odds ever since. On last night’s episode of The Muppets, Reese tried to make amends by inviting Miss Piggy to help at a Habitat For Humanity construction site, but the two end up tussling, knocking down a building frame – and all in front of the paparazzi. Miss Piggy is forced to issue an apology and so brings Reese on her late-night show Up Late With Miss Piggy to say “I’m Sorry” (NOT) in style. Just watch above. Jimmy Fallon may want to bring Miss Piggy on The Tonight Show for a rap battle. That pig’s got mad skills.