As anybody who reads The Frisky knows, there’s been a 500 percent increase in sloth coverage since I’ve been hired. That’s because I’m obsessed with them, and hope that one day I will be able to hang out with them, cuddle them and love them. Kristen Bell is obsessed with them, too. And her boyfriend Dax Shepard surprised her this year with a visit from one on her birthday — with unintended results. [Ellen]
Like fast cars, romance, and a killer soundtrack? Like those things even more when they’re accompanied by a hot, man-of-few-words bad boy in a satin jacket with a scorpion emblazoned on it? Well, lucky for you, the sleeper hit of the 2012, “Drive” — starring Amelia’s former boo, Ryan Gosling — just came out on DVD. What are you waiting for? Book it and buy it already. [$16.99, Amazon]
Um, 2007 called — it wants to tell you who “Gossip Girl” is! See, 2007 is the last time I actually would have cared about “Gossip Girl”‘s secret blogger scandalizing the Upper East Side by publishing everyone’s dirt. For five whole seasons, “Gossip Girl” has pulled the bait and switch pretending to reveal his or her identity. Is it Eric? Is it Eric’s boyfriend? Is it Dorota? (Puh-leaze let it be Dorota.) It has taken 100 episodes of Gossip Girl’s signature sign-off — “And who am I?! That’s a secret I’ll never tell. You know you love me.. XO XO Gossip Girl” — to reveal her identity once and for all.
Drumroll please … Keep reading »
We know many of our readers are diehard “Twilight Saga ” fans [Staffers too! I'm raising my hand! -- Editor], so, in honor of the Blu-Ray/DVD release of “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1,” The Frisky is giving away a bunch of “Breaking Dawn – Part 1″ swag to three lucky winners. Come in first place, and you could win a poster signed by Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner. I know. I know. Find out what’s up for grabs and how to compete after the jump! Keep reading »
The Sundance Film Festival is not just a place for swag bags and celebs hanging out for the paparazzi on Main Street. Nope, it’s hard work for journalists and publicists who are often running on fumes as we run through the snow to see the best (and worst) movies that are looking for distribution or buzz. I’m always on the lookout for the awesomest lady-centric films to hype because, let’s face it, they’re few and far between.
As always, Sundance offered some overhyped films, huge hits, and big misses. Luckily, I was there to sort the wheat from the chaff, and while I didn’t peep all of these movies, my trusted friends and colleagues did. Keep reading »
One of the best perks of being a blogger is the opportunity to interview people who admire. Interviewing the author Lionel Shriver, whose Orange prize-winning novel We Need To Talk About Kevin — the film starring Tilda Swinton, John C. Reilly, and Ezra Miller, that is currently in theaters — was one of the best experiences of my career. Keep reading »