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The Boob Tube: Must-See TV For The Week Of June 7, 2010

Oh, television, you are a good companion. Thank you for always providing a good time and never talking back. After the jump, some shows to look forward to this week, from the season finale of “Glee” to the season premiere of “True Blood,” with reality shows like “Work of Art” and “Bethenny Getting Married?” in the middle. Keep reading »

“True Blood” Minisode: Sam Destroys Maryann’s Bullhead

HBO has blessed us with another “True Blood” minisode. This time it’s Sam Merlotte’s time to shine and he uses every tool in arm’s reach to destroy Maryann Forrester’s bullhead, including his shape-shifting abilities. Are you psyched for the season premiere this Sunday? We are counting the seconds! Keep reading »

10 Reasons We Still Love “The Goonies” On Its 25th Anniversary

So what did you do this weekend? Chances are, nothing as cool as the folks who traveled to Astoria, Oregon, to commemorate 25 years of “The Goonies” at the Never Say Die Anniversary Celebration. A quarter century ago to the day, “The Goonies” opened in movie theaters across the country. And while it came in second to “Rambo II” opening weekend, the tale of a group of teens who embark on a treasure hunt to raise the money to save their homes—all while being chased by a crazed crime family—went on to become a cult classic.

To celebrate the movie, fans at the festival ran a 5K called the Truffle Shuffle. They chatted with cast members—including Sean Astin and director Richard Donner—at a dinner where the main dish was Fratelli meatballs. And they were treated to a “Goonies”-themed concert starring none other than Truth Movement, Corey Feldman’s band. [Goonies Anniversary]

So why do we wish we’d been there? After the jump, 10 reasons why we still love “The Goonies.” Keep reading »

A Lady Gaga My Little Pony

I was a big collector of My Little Pony circa 1985. And so I am loving this Lady Gaga pony. Unforch, you can’t pick it up at your local toy store—it’s made by artist Mari Kasurinen who customizes the dolls. Genius. [We Heart It] Keep reading »

Quotable: Would You Spend Your Birthday In This Woman’s Guest Bedroom?

“One of my best friends says she wants to spend her birthday in there! Everyone who has seen my ‘Twilight’ room either loves it or thinks I’m crazy.”

– Linda Moore, 56, a die-hard “Twilight” fan, shows off her guest bedroom to People. Check out more “Twilight”-inspired interior decorating schemes here. Keep reading »

Lesbians Embrace Justin Bieber And Dub Themselves “Biebians”

Justin Bieber fever is spreading at an even more rapid pace than we thought. We’ve already told you about the site “Lesbians that Look like Justin Bieber,” but now this collection of photos is turning into a way of life. Lesbians across the world who have “accepted” their similarity to the teen singing sensation have taken on a title to prove it, calling themselves “Biebians.” The moniker is starting to expand, inspiring a series of bar nights that are meant to bring “Biebians” together to celebrate their beautiful hair and mutual love for the chipmunk-esque tween pop star. Who knew that the mediocre melodies of a 16-year-old could bring so many like-minded ladies together? Let’s just hope this new nickname doesn’t become the next “cougar,” though I might be interested in a show called “Biebian Town.” [Vulture] Keep reading »

“Jersey Shore” House Is STD Central


For all those folks out there who like to “Gym, Tan, Laundry,” the highlight of last night’s MTV Movie Awards actually came during the pre-show, where viewers were treated to the first 10 minutes of “Jersey Shore” season two. In the clip, the cast members begin the road trip to Miami—Pauly D and the Situation get their car stuck in the mud while setting off fireworks and J-Woww and Snooki get hit on by a clueless South Carolina boy. The clip was actually pretty cute, and a good reminder that this crew is fascinating even when they’re not trashed and hooking up in hot tubs. Speaking of, one of the most common questions I heard after the first season of the show was, “How do they not get STDs?” Well, apparently, they do. All the time. Keep reading »

Frisky Rant: The MTV Movie Awards Felt Like One Big Shillfest

In the grand scheme of award shows, I genuinely enjoy the MTV Movie Awards. Last night, I giggled at Aziz Ansari and Zack Galifianakis’ hilarious “Swagga Coach” sketch. I was way amused by Tom Cruise’s heroic turn as Les Grossman. I loved the tribute to Sandra Bullock, well, until the lame fake-lesbian kiss with Scarlett Johansson. (I mean, that was old by the time Madonna, Britney Spears, and Christina Aguilera did it in 2003.) But one thing totally drove me crazy about the show—could they stop trying to sell me stuff for one second? Keep reading »

Use Your “Twilight” Credit Card To Buy More “Twilight” Stuff

So far I have been all for the “Twilight” takeover. I enjoyed watching the movies surrounded by hoards of Twihards, I bought my friend a “Team Jacob” shirt, and I even invested in a box of ridiculous “New Moon” Sweet Tarts. But now, “Eclipse” has come to … MasterCard. Yes, the company is making “Twilight” pre-paid debit cards, giving the movie franchise the closest thing to its own currency aside from printing Kristen Stewart’s brooding face on $20 bills. The new cards cater to a younger audience, allowing them to get online merchandise discounts and closely track their spending. But the payment option is open to anyone, so if you want your next purchase to be covered by Robert Pattinson, here’s what you need to know. Keep reading »

“Eat, Pray, Love”: The Most Boring Movie Poster Ever

Is it just me or does the movie poster for “Eat, Pray, Love” just look like the paparazzi took a photo of Julia Roberts sitting on a bench eating gelato? When Javier Bardem isn’t wearing a shirt in your movie, that’s what you should be leading with, people. [Just Jared] Keep reading »

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