Let the rumors continue to flow. Despite the fact that Demi Moore is out of the hospital and recuperating at home, rumors still continue to swirl in the hopes to make sense of the actresses recent hospitalization fiasco.
Moore, who was hospitalized on January 23 after a 911 was made, is under constant speculation that she is still attempting to hang onto her youth, and hence is making poor decisions which led to her hospitalization. TMZ reports that the Ghost actress was partying with the likes of Miley Cyrus and her boyfriend with the “infamous penis cake.” The site also states that Moore was drinking Red Bull all night with her daughter Rumer, and stayed with her and her 20-something friends well into the night. Read more…
“I’d tell her to do something with a little more subtlety, and she goes, ‘Benh, I am 6 years old. I am in the second grade. Do you think I know what ‘subtlety’ means? Use smaller words.’”
– “Beasts of the Southern Wild” director Benh Zeitlin talking about the 8-year-old star of his movie, Quevenzhané Wallis. “Beasts” received stunning reviews at Sundance, so we think you’re about to hear a lot more about this movie, and adorable Quevenzhané. Get ready! [NYMag.com]
There goes peace in the Middle East: Kanye West is reportedly getting ready to make a film there, tentatively titled — wait for it — “N****s on Camels.” Yes, West has dispatched several members of his team to Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Doha Qatar to discuss getting the production rolling. According to The New York Observer, “In Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Doha all of the film initiatives are government controlled. A bidding war is going on between various government entities and private investors to fund the film. There’s pretty intense rivalry here between Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Qatar. They all want to claim the film as their own and take credit for generating the publicity.” Keep reading »
The legacy of best actress Oscar winners is formed by an impressive, powerful group of women. And while their acceptance speeches have made us tear up, they’ve also imparted some valuable lessons. So we rounded up some of the best bits of wisdom they’ve shared on stage. Before this Oscars air later this month, take a look at 10 inspiring quotes from the lovely leading ladies, including Cher, Julia Roberts, and Kate Winslet. Read more…
In the last month, I have not watched any Ryan Gosling movies, even though one night, “The Notebook” and “Blue Valentine” were on at the same time. I haven’t clicked on any links with his name in the headline. Save for my Goservention update posts — and this one, which Julie gave me permission to write — I have not written about Ryan at all on The Frisky. As a result, I’ve started to see the appeal of other men, both famous (Michael Fassbender in “Shame”) and not-so-famous, and have gotten back in touch with who I am without a Ryan Gosling obsession. The other day, Jessica said to me, “It’s been good for you. It’s been good for all of us,” and I kind of wanted to tell her to shut her piehole, but then I realized she was maybe right. Maybe taking a break from Ryan Gosling was good for me. Maybe I had turned a corner and would never … would never need him again.
All of that positive thinking changed this morning, when I read that Time Warner Cable -- my cable provider! — would be making eight of Gosling’s films available On Demand this month, in honor of Valentine’s Day. Keep reading »