Despite the fact that A ALOT OF PEOPLE (well, at least my friend Darion, me and some readers here on the blog) really loved Ringer on The CW and really wanted to see the show return for a second season … the decision was made to cancel the show. Boo. Today we hear from network president Mark Pedowitz on the PROMISE that Ringer star Sarah Michelle Gellar will return to The CW … in some capacity … some day. Pedowitz is very murky on the details but he SWEARS SMG will be back on The CW. Read on to see what he has to say. More »
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Back in January we got our first look at a very sexy promo photo for the upcoming 23rd James Bond film titled Skyfall. In February, we got to see the second Skyfall promo photo. Today we get to check out the film’s first movie poster. As you can see below, this new movie poster bears a striking resemblance to many previous James Bond movie posters. It’s very classic, very Bond. Check it out. More »
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Yesterday the world lost the undisputed Queen of Disco Donna Summer when she passed away at the age of 63 of lung cancer. Today the world is still reeling from the loss. Singer Beyoncé Knowles, who I argue owes a huge debt of gratitude to Summer, has posted a touching tribute to Donna Summer on her official website. Click below to read what Bey has to say about Donna‘s tragic passing. More »
We are just 70 days away from the start of the 2012 London Olympic Games and that means that the festivities for the Summer Games are officially underway. Earlier today, the Olympic Flame was flown from Athens, Greece to England where it will begin its 70 trek to the Olympic Stadium to mark the start of the games. British athlete David Beckham was on hand to accept the Olympic Flame upon its arrival so that he could pose for some photos with the golden torch. Check it out below. More »
Back in January we learned that The CW is moving forward with a prequel TV series to Sex and the City based on the Candice Bushnell novel The Carrie Diaries. In February we learned that Anna Sophia Robb was cast in the role of the teenaged Carrie Bradshaw. In March we learned that the series officially began filming production in NYC … and today, we get our FIRST LOOK at the series. The CW has released a new trailer for The Carrie Diaries that previews for us the series that is set to debut on The CW next midseason … check it out in full below. More »
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Great news for the world of literature and film today – we have learned via Deadline that Patricia Highsmith’s great novel, The Price of Salt, is being adapted into a new film, Carol, which is set to star the wonderful, Cate Blanchett and Mia Wasikowska. As you may know, the beautiful story follows two women, and their complex relationship, set in 1950s New York City. Do you think Cate and Mia were a good casting decision? More »
Snow White And The Huntsman opens June 1
Charlize Theron may be an evil queen, but she’d have nobody to chase in Snow White And The Huntsman without Kristen Stewart‘s Snow White. Taryn rejoins us from outside London, where she’s been conducting interviews with the entire cast, and asks Kristen what attracted her to the role. Hmmm, maybe Chris Hemsworth? (Check out Part 2 of the interview below!) More »
A few weeks ago we heard about Courtney Love’s transition into the world of art after she held her first exhibition in Chelsea, New York. The collection, called ‘She’s Not Even That Pretty‘ included a bunch of drawings all with the theme of a blond woman in a seemingly chaotic mess. Most people, even those without an education in art criticism, could tell that this collection was in some form an obvious self portrait session. Today, Courtney has posted onto Twitter a pic of herself and her new best friend, Gwyneth Paltrow, along with a message that suggests Gwynnie is wanting to buy one of these artworks from Court. More »
Yesterday was still very much a quiet day for me … ever since I got home from NYC Monday night, I’ve felt pretty cruddy. My throat has been sore, I’ve been really phlegmy and totally exhausted. I haven’t had the energy to go for a run since I did my 6 miles in Central Park on Monday so I’m itching to get out there again (I didn’t even make it out to see my concert last night). I thought I’d be up for a run yesterday but I just couldn’t do it. Today’s the day, tho, I’m gonna try and run for as long as possible to keep my weekly milage up. All of this exhausted downtime has afforded me the opportunity to read, to, so I’m happy to report that I’m just over halfway thru A Clash of Kings, book 2 of George R.R. Martin‘s series A Song of Ice and Fire. More »
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