Ali Larter‘s butt-flash. [The Superficial]
More info on Mariah Carey and Justin Bieber‘s “Project Ruin Christmas.” [Lainey Gossip]
Beyonce goes Audrey Hepburn. [Bossip]
The X-Factor recap! [Starpulse]
Blake Lively was making out with this dude. [Cele|bitchy]
Johnny Depp as Dr. Seuss? [Huff Po]
Steve Jobs-inspired turtlenecks. [The Frisky]
Kim Kardashian‘s face is no longer pretty. [Yeeeah]
The best post secrets ever. [theBERRY]
Why is Katie Holmes in Pittsburgh? [INFDaily]
LeAnn Rimes only lost ten pounds. [Amy Grindhouse]
Elijah Wood allows men to bend over in front of him. [The Superficial]
Billy Bob Thornton‘s daughter sentenced to twenty years in prison. [LA Times]
October 7, 2011 at 8:30 am by Sarah
This woman seriously gave birth a month ago, and while she’s not as super-skinny as women who also just gave birth like January Jones and Jessica Alba (thank God), she looks positively amazing. Better than she did prior to getting pregnant to begin with-type of amazing, especially since she was looking like a jacked-up bodybuilder at one point there. Sheesh.
What do you guys think?
October 7, 2011 at 7:30 am by Sarah
This is it, friends! One of the moments you’ve been waiting for, if, indeed, you were one of those waiting for news on both new Snow White projects. This is the depiction featuring Julia Roberts as the Evil Queen and Lily Collins as Snow White, whereas the “other” movie features Kristen Stewart as Snow White, and is a little grittier than what you’re seeing here between Julia’s frou-frou dresses and appropriately pompous faces.
So – now which are you looking forward to most?
October 7, 2011 at 6:30 am by Sarah
What, it’s an honest question. I only ask because Gawker reports that CNN Money reports that Charlie Sheen is anticipated to be the most popular costume this Halloween. And CNN could well be dead-on: you wouldn’t believe how many Charlie Sheen “party supplies” are out there (no, that was not a veiled cocaine joke). So you see, I have to ask what you’re planning to go as for Halloween, because it would be SO EMBARRASSING if we went to that house party on Division Street wearing the same thing.
More from CNN Money:
In a growing trend toward pop-culture references, top choices for women include Katy Perry, Lady Gaga and Snooki (or any member of the gang from the Jersey Shore cast). As for the kids, it’s all about the popular mobile phone app Angry Birds.
Thanks in part to the AMC series The Walking Dead, zombies are also making a big comeback, according to a separate report by the National Retail Federation.
CNN Money adds that the National Retail Federation (which is a real, actual thing, evidently) expects the average American to spend $73.21 on Halloween crap. Of course, if you’re an especially big spender, I happen to know where you can get a pretty intense Charlie Sheen mask.
October 7, 2011 at 5:30 am by Jenn
Oh man, oh man, oh man. This trailer looks so good, right?
Charlize Theron stars in Young Adult as Mavis Gary, an insufferable “young adult” fiction writer who returns to her Minnesota hometown hoping to make her old high school boyfriend fall in love with her (thanks, IMDb). And! It co-stars my dream man, Patrick Wilson, who plays the guy Mavis can’t have. And! Patton Oswalt plays the unwilling wingman, an acquaintance from high school who obviously puts up with Mavis’s ish because she’s so darn cute and catty.
I have totally high hopes for this one you guys—like, even higher hopes than I had for One for the Money. For one thing, anyone who’s watched Arrested Development or “Between Two Ferns” knows Charlize has done her career a major disservice, because she has mad comedic timing. Patton Oswalt I’m actually so-so on—I know it isn’t fair to hold King of Queens against him, but I just do—but since he is a Career Nerd, I have to stand with him in solidarity. Then there’s Patrick Wilson, whose filmography is a veritable Rosetta’s Stone of What? Hngh. Love him.
But most importantly, this flick is a Jason Reitman joint. It’s great to see him again paired with breakout screenwriter Diablo Cody (they made Juno together), and this movie could be infinitely more affable. Who wants to see a 15-year old act like she’s 35, anyway? I’d much rather see a 35-year old act like she’s 15. Now you’re speakin’ my language, Cody.
October 7, 2011 at 4:30 am by Jenn
You remember the PS22 kids, the ones that Anne Hathaway invited to the Oscars on account of how awesome they are? Yeah, those same kids just did a cover of one of my favorite Adele songs, and it just makes my heart sing, it really does. Cute kids singing amazing songs? Honestly, what’s not to love?