“[Reagan] just stood up and he looked around the room, almost like he was doing a headcount, and he said, ‘I wanted to thank you for bringing ‘E.T.’ to the White House. We really enjoyed your movie.’ Then he looked around the room and said, ‘And there are a number of people in this room who know that everything on that screen is absolutely true.’ He said it without smiling! But he said that and everybody laughed, by the way. The whole room laughed because he presented it like a joke, but he wasn’t smiling as he said it.”
—Steven Spielberg recounts screening his classic flick, “E.T.”, for Ronald Reagan when it came out. While he’s pretty sure Reagan was joking, maybe Ronald was trying to tell us that the government really is trying to cover up extra-terrestrial sightings? Anyway, let’s hope Spielberg’s “Super 8” is a return to “E.T.” It does have a lot of the same elements—kids witnessing something, government cover-ups, etc. I really want the movie to be thrilling rather than ridiculous. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »
Guys, in case you were wondering, when you see women whispering (because we are constantly telling each other secrets), we are probably talking about our tampons and how “modern” they are. I’m not exactly sure what kind of tampons my mother used, or how the tampons I use are different, but one thing is certain: tampons are something a lady always talks about discreetly. [F**k Yeah Ugly '90s Clothes] Keep reading »
On Tuesday night, British Glamour celebrated its Women of the Year Awards, honoring outstanding women who have changed the world. And of course, the evening’s attendees came decked in some rather, um, eclectic visions. Check out the best — and the rest, including a hat we’re pretty sure is made of duct tape and bubble wrap — after the jump.
MSNBC’s Chris Matthews suggested on his program yesterday that Huma Abedin, wife of Rep. Anthony Weiner and top aide to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, may be “partly responsible” for the dick pics he’s been tweeting to strange women. Oh, yeah? Partly responsible for his behavior, you say? Explain that to me, please. [Think Progress]
The hotel housekeeper who was allegedly sexually assaulted by Dominique Strauss Kahn, former chief of the International Monetary Fund, will take the stand to testify against him, her lawyer announced. [New York Times]
Four-year-old artist Aelita Andre is showing her work in her first exhibition. Allow me to repeat: she’s four. [BBC]
Wendy Williams, host of GSN’s new show “Love Triangle,” has a huge ass disco ball ring and the opinions to match. For instance, in this segment of “Love It Or Leave It,” the talk show queen declares that saving yourself for marriage is one of the most “impractical” things a woman can do. Why? Watch the video to find out and then tell us whether you agree in the comments!