It’s that dark time of year when you know the summer’s end is just around the bend. And of course the movies this week are particularly bleak. There’s a lot of robbing, murdering, blood, death, possession, and other unspeakable things. I’m not saying you shouldn’t go to the movies because it’s going to be a bummerfest, though—there’s still lots of action and adventure and human emotion. Just not the funny kind! Keep reading »
So, the Emmys are this weekend! And while that’s awesome and all, it’s just a touch annoying that the awards show is going down on Sunday night, which just happens to be the biggest night on television. “True Blood” and “Mad Men“—thanks for showing new episodes smack bam in the middle.
That beef aside, we’re hoping the Emmys will be fantastic. After the jump, 10 things we hope will happen. Keep reading »
Normally, sequels aren’t my thing. But I am getting pretty pumped for “Scream 4.” We already knew that Emma Roberts, niece of Julia, was starring and that Hayden Panetierre was playing her bestie. And that Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, and David Arquette would be reviving their iconic roles. Now some new players have been added to the mix. Apparently, Anna Paquin has been cast in the flick! As has the amazing Kristen Bell of “Veronica Mars!” And Shenae Grimes, who you probably know from “90210″ but was far superior on “Degrassi“! The speculation is that these three will be aufed in the opening scene, like Drew Barrymore in the original. But who knows. We’ll have to wait until next April to see. [NY Post] Keep reading »
, why do women continue to hook up with the dudes of “Jersey Shore
“? Worst case scenario: you can get an STD or knocked up by a total tool. Best case scenario: you get called a “grenade” or “hippopotamus” on national TV while the guys have another set of girls at the other side of the house and make you look like a complete fool. Boycott, ladies, boycott! Keep reading »
Mini rock god Yuto Miyazawa has a great career ahead of him … both as a guitarist and a ladies’ man. Hop on the “Crazy Train,” young buddy, but not in the same way that Ozzy Ozbourne did. [The Daily What
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A new blog, Menstrual Pinups, features pictures of ’40s and ’50s-style pinups who are having a surprise visit from Aunt Flo to go with their “oopsie” expressions. You mean women in the olden days got their periods? Say what?! Not that there’s anything wrong with a little menstrual blood for a cheap laugh, but this blog just seems to be on the grosser side of funny. I have no desire to think about periods any more than I have to, which is plenty enough already. But maybe that’s just me. [Menstrual Pinups] Keep reading »
There’s gonna be a situation up in here. A cow situation.
OK, “Redneck Jersey Shore” is not really what the show will be called. But when the producer of “Jersey Shore” teams up with Comedy Central to film a reality TV show about a group of Southerners, what do y’all think is going to happen? Producer Sally Ann Salsano began casting her yokels months ago for a show tentatively titled “Party Down South,” and she must have found her trashy Southern belles and meth-addled good ol’ boys because the show has started filming. We’ll totally queue this up in the TiVo, along with “Persian Version,” the tentative title for the Iranian-American spin-off, and “Wicked Summer,” which’ll focus on “blue collar” folks in Boston. In the meantime, cue millions of Southerners irate about being depicted as hicks in five … four … three … [ABC News] Keep reading »
Rumored “Glee” couple Naya Rivera and Mark Salling are either really into high school pranks or really on the rocks. Naya allegedly keyed Mark’s Lexus after she and a girlfriend covered it in eggs and dog food. Keep reading »