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Trailer Park: “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps,” “Howl,” “Waiting for ‘Superman,’” “Buried”

Well, it’s officially fall now and along with the heavier foods and heavier sweaters come some heavier movies. Thank goodness, because I couldn’t deal with another teenager falling in love on the beach. Now it’s just a steady build-up to the bah-humbug movies of the season of chilled hearts. It’s time for some self-reflection and hoarding food for the winter. And because a lot of people are too lazy to read books these days, movies are a concise alternative—now go catch one of these flicks! Keep reading »

Who Celebrities Want To See Win This Season Of “Dancing With The Stars”

Former “Dancing With The Stars” contestant Kelly Osbourne knows whom she is rooting for on season 11. Kelly says that her vote is going to Bristol Palin, for her bravery. “I have a real soft spot for Bristol Palin,” said Kelly. “I really do. I think she’s going out there and trying, and to not have a family member in the audience is the hardest thing in the world.” Let’s hope Mama Palin can make it to some of the performances, because I am sure this beats any kind of elementary school dance recital. [People]

Kelly Osbourne isn’t the only one to weigh in. After the jump, other celebrities who’ve thrown their support behind one of the dancers. Keep reading »

Betty White Blesses “Africa” On “Community”

It seems there’s nothing that Betty White can’t do. She’s a first-rate comedienne who is equally talented at playing your sweet grandma and swearing up a storm. And on last night’s episode of “Community,” White once again showed her range while rapping with Donald Glover and Danny Pudi during the closing credits of the show. [NYMag.com] Keep reading »

Thomas Jane On Constantly Being Naked Filming “Hung”

“I still find it odd. Taking your clothes off in front of 150 people. I was naked more on set than I was in my own home. Well sure, I mean, you can get used to anything, can’t you? … As far as me being the sex object? I’m not really tired of that yet.”

—Thomas Jane of HBO’s “Hung” dishes on what it’s like playing a male prostitute [U Interview] Keep reading »

New “Harry Potter And The Deathly Hollows” Trailer


I know no matter how much excitement I express about this new “Deathly Hollows” trailer, there will be about 10,000 Harry Potter fans who are more overwhelmed than I am. So, instead, I will just say after seeing an appearance by my favorite Brit, Bill Nighy, a bouquet of bogus Harrys, and a whole bunch of Voldermort, I am pretty pumped to pull out my Hedgwig costume again and go see “Deathly Hollows” in November. The trailer is calling the next installment “epic,” and based on what they are dishing out, I have a hard time disagreeing. Are you excited to see “Deathly Hollows”? Keep reading »

5 Things You Wanna Do

Yesterday, I asked you to list five things you’ve never done, which I thought might be a fun way to learn a little more about each other. Y’all were so enthusiastic in your replies that today I want you to go a little further with the game. Today, I invite you to list five things you’ve never done but want to do. Maybe these are the exact same five things you listed yesterday; maybe you have five other things altogether you’re dreaming of doing one day. But I don’t want you to stop there! I challenge you to choose at least one thing from your list of five that you’ll commit to going into the next year. Just one thing! Be realistic about your limitations, but push yourself a bit, too, to step out of your comfort zone, plan ahead, and work towards achieving your goals. Check out my list after the jump and see what I’m committing to do in the next year. Keep reading »

A New Documentary Reveals The Inconvenient Truth About Education

On my movie list for this weekend is “Waiting for Superman.” It’s a new documentary about how America’s education system is failing our kids. As a former teacher at a poorly funded school, I feel like there are no words to describe how insane (in both a negative and sometimes a positive way) it is to be a teacher or student in today’s world. As painful as I think this documentary will be to watch, I’m hoping that it will raise public awareness and understanding about the education crisis. Keep reading »

Jennifer Aniston Analyzes Courteney Cox On “Cougar Town”


On Wednesday night, Jennifer Aniston appeared on “Cougar Town.” Unlike her guest-starring role on “Dirt,” there were no lesbian kisses here. This time JenAn played Courteney Cox‘s new age-y, wacked-out, honeysuckle-peddling therapist. But she does kiss her dog. Keep reading »

Chris Noth Blames Us For The End Of “Sex And The City”

“It’s over. The franchise is dead. The press killed it. It’s like all the critics got together and said, ‘This franchise must die.’ Because they all had the exact same review. It’s like they didn’t see the movie.”

—Chris Noth reveals that there won’t be a “Sex and the City 3″ since number two was received so poorly. He thinks a conspiracy is what caused the across-the-board bad reviews, but we have an alternate theory: The movie just really, really sucked. [NY Post]

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We Write ‘Em: 6 ’80s Movies Dying for Sequels

“Wall Street 2,” the sequel to the ’80s tome about unfettered greed, “Wall Street,” opens this weekend. I never saw the first “Wall Street” — I was in elementary school when it came out and still think a hedge fund is money you save to buy new shrubbery — so I’ll probably skip “Wall Street 2.” But! There are a bunch of movie sequels we Frisky gals would love to make a reality. And it’s just a matter of time before some uncreative studio jumps on these sure-to-be-hit film ideas! Movie moguls, call us! Keep reading »

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