This was an odd interview to read, but I have to say, I appreciate Angelina Jolie‘s honesty. I think we’re used to hearing actors talk about how much they love the work they do, how much of a dream come true it is to make a good living off of acting. But after years and years in the biz, Jolie is ready to call it quits, and give up on acting. Don’t worry—we’ll still be seeing her around. Click inside for more!
Sons of Anarchy star Charlie Hunnam is featured in the December issue of Vogue magazine in a fashion spread that also features model Caroline Trentini and was photographed by Bruce Weber. As you can see below, Charlie isn’t really the focus of this spread since it is a women’s fashion magazine but … any photos of Charlie Hunnam are a welcome sight, I think, so have a look below. More »
Well, my plans for last night didn’t really pan out the way I hoped. I’ve been feeling a bit rundown as of late, so I decided to spend some time on the couch watching movies. Our intrepid intern Iris reminded me that it had been a few years since I watched the 1994 movie The Crow so I decided to watch it on Netflix last evening. The long story short is that I ended up falling asleep and I didn’t wake up until around 2 AM when I stumbled into bed to sleep for the rest of the night. Sigh. More »
Posted under: 'The Crow'
Last weekend, Lifetime aired their much-ballyhooed made-for-TV biopic movie about Aaliyah which Timbaland hated, Twitter hated, everyone hated. This weekend, VH1 comes to our rescue because they are re-airing Behind the Music: Aaliyah tomorrow night as a brilliant (yet SHADY) way of making up for the horrid Lifetime movie. Behind the Music is a documentary series that tells the stories of some of our favorite artists using interview footage of the artists themselves, as well as people who worked with the artists, family and friends. If you want to see the real deal when it comes to Aaliyah‘s life story, you’re gonna wanna tune in and watch Behind the Music: Aaliyah tomorrow night. More »
Last night Trent informed that Beyoncé had come up with yet another scheme to get me to be into her. Well, Bey. You win this round. The 7/11 video is pretty. Friggen. Awesome. I’ll never look that great in all white (though I do look pretty great), and you slayed. Whatever. But what I’m really, really psyched about is this other photo Beyoncé posted on her Instagram of Blue Ivy at her sister Solange‘s wedding. Click inside for more!
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
A new Tina Fey show is headed our way, but why am I just now hearing about the details about this show??? Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt sounds amazing. And it also sounds like some of the new changes that are already coming to the series are all for the best. Come March 2015, Netflix subscribers will get the opportunity to binge on Tina Fey‘s new series, and binge we shall. Click inside for more!
Like all cool people, I started watching Game of Thrones wayyyy after the rest of the world. As in, a few months ago. And probably the first thing I noticed was alllll the boobs. No need for a Free the Nipple campaign on that show. SERIOUSLY. And once I saw everyone’s boobs—and everything else—I realized that I hadn’t seen much in the way of male anything. Y’all know how I feel about that. Which is why these comments from Hunger Games: Mockingjay star Natalie Dormer (who plays Margaery Tyrell on Thrones) are getting the ill co-sign from me.
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