Ever since I started writing for PITNB I’ve been obsessed with British fashion critic Catherine Kallon, founder and editor of the hugely successful Red Carpet Fashion Awards blog. She has an incredible eye, impeccable taste and anytime I want to know how the fashion world is responding to a look, I go see what she says first. I just happened to be perusing her site, as I often do on a Sunday, when I saw that Caitlyn Jenner had made the Best Dressed of the Week ballot, and was in the lead. From there I found the original post on Jenner‘s Atelier Versace dress and, well, it was interesting. Click inside for more.
Nowadays people often jokingly refer to that “little bit of vomit” that rises in your throat when you’re completely disgusted by something. I am not kidding or exaggerating when I say that I felt exactly that when I read this single tweet from the New York Times last night. I couldn’t even click on the link and read the full article—a collection of terrifying, mortifying, vile excerpts from Bill Cosby‘s deposition from 10 years ago—until this morning. I recommend that you put down whatever you might be eating before you click inside for more.
Posted under: Bill Cosby
Many of us still haven’t processed the fact that, in a couple of weeks, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart will be no more. I haven’t watched the show regularly in a long time, but I’m going to make it a point to try and catch these final episodes, because I’m expecting some pretty great things. Stewart has been an incredible, influential and hilarious voice over many many years and I’m sure he’s going out with a bang. On Tuesday, he’s got a very special guest and I cannot wait to see how these two chop it up. Click inside for more!
Back in December we first learned that AMC was planning a television mini-series that will be a sequel series to the 1976 film The Omen. Today we get our first look at the first trailer for Damien that revolves around the Antichrist child from The Omen all grown up. As you can see in the trailer above, this new mini-series will directly reference the original film — which I think is an excellent idea. As a huge fan of the original movies, I am intrigued by this new sequel series … even if the idea of an adult-sized Antichrist does seem a bit tired. Damien comes from the executive producer of The Walking Dead so on that point alone, it should be a quality series. Have a look at Damien above and see what you think … for he is coming … the Beast.
Posted under: 'Damien'
Altho Disney kicked off their 60th anniversary celebration for the Disneyland Resort on Memorial Day weekend back in May, yesterday was the park’s actual 60th anniversary. On July 17, 1955, Walt Disney himself opened up the Happiest Place on Earth to the world and for 60 years, brought happiness and magic to countless people from all around the world. Because of my usual work schedule, I have never been able to be at the Disneyland park when the gates open in the morning but I decided to make an exception for this occasion. I wanted to be among the first people to enter Disneyland exactly 60 years after the park was originally opened … and I had the best time ever. More »
Now that Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails has got himself a Grammy Award and an Oscar it looks like he is making a serious play for attaining EGOT status (ie. an artist who has won an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony award). It has been revealed that Reznor has teamed up with author Chuck Palaniuk for a rock opera / musical theater adaptation of Fight Club. It seems that news of this forthcoming project hasn’t been officially released yet but Palaniuk just can’t help but share info about the project … and then quickly delete it from social media. Should this rock opera incarnation of Fight Club be a success, it could nab Reznor a Tony Award … which would mean he would only need to win an Emmy Award to achieve EGOT status … which would be very possible should his Year Zero TV project ever come to fruition. More »
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.
Posted under: 'The X-Files'
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!