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Coming soon to a boob tube near you, Zack Morris, I mean, Mark-Paul Gosselaar’s full moon. Yes, you will be able to see some Morris ass in his fratastic new TNT show, “Franklin & Bash.” Woo hoo! Give the people what they want: hot naked times! You can always get your mouth-watering eye candy here at The Frisky. We’d never man-starve you. In fact, after the jump, we’re going to show you some of the hottest butts in Hollywood! You gotta check these studs out. [Buzzfeed]
The only really positive thing about still being in the dating game in my 30s is that I spend a lot less time wasting my time. After all these years of dating Mr. Wrongs, I can immediately spot the signs that I am going to have to send him back into the sea for some other (un)lucky girl to catch. Sometimes I still try to convince myself that he can stay and play in my pond for a little while, ya know … just for fun, but I’ve gotten much better at knowing why and when to let that sucker swim. After the jump, some signs that Mr. Wrong needs to be Mr. Gone. Just in case you needed a friendly reminder to let that not-right-for-you guy go. Add your tips in the comments. Keep reading »
Attention Twihards! The first trailer for “Breaking Dawn: Part 1″ has been released! Let me start by saying that I hate this new trend of breaking up the final installment of a series into two movies — “Harry Potter” did it first, now “Twilight,” and apparently the third story in the “Hunger Games” trilogy (“Mockingjay”) is going to be a two-parter too. Seriously, screenwriters, stop being lazy and condense that s**t! Anyway, Breaking Dawn is by far the sexiest and most gruesome of the Twilight books and I am personally psyched to see how the filmmakers handle the Edward and Bella sex scenes, not to mention Bella’s super nasty pregnancy. The trailer sure makes it look dramatic, but is Jacob going to look that pissed and constipated the entire movie? Are you psyched for “Breaking Dawn: Part 1″?
UPDATE: So, the first trailer I posted got taken down cause of the whole copyright thing. So I found this one, but it’ll probably get taken down shortly too. Now, if it does get taken down, I’ll leave the post up and update it again after the MTV Movie Awards. That’s where the trailer is supposed to debut, but apparently someone got hold of it and now Summit is freaking and trying to get YouTube to take down all the leaked ones. But, post-Movie Awards, the trailer will be officially released to the web and I’ll put that one in. Does that make sense? “Breaking Dawn” is clearly very important business. Keep reading »
I always thought I was a picky eater … until I watched “Freaky Eaters.”
The TLC show is back for Season 2 (premieres Sun., June 5, 10 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. ET), but according to the show’s experts, psychotherapist Dr. Mike Dow and nutrition specialist J.J. Virgin, the difference between Season 1 and 2 is night and day.
Last season, we met freaky eaters addicted to pizza, french fries and Coke. Now, that seems normal compared to this season’s addicts. In the premiere episode, we meet Nikki, a woman obsessed with eating corn starch. Just plain corn starch. Up to 3,300 calories worth of corn starch a day, as a matter of fact. Read more… Keep reading »
Call it romance porn—Rachel McAdams of “The Notebook” and Channing Tatum of “Dear John” are starring together in the movie “The Vow.” It doesn’t open until next February, but the first trailer came out today. The movie is about a totally in-love couple who are in a car accident when a truck smacks into them while they’re smooching. Rachel loses her memory, but Channing vows to stay with her and make her fall in love with him all over again. Strife ensues. And possibly a happy ending? But may I make a little observation here? This movie sounds an awful lot like a sad version of that Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler flick “50 First Dates.” I happened to watch it last weekend—in it, Drew has a short-term memory retention problem after being in a car accident — thus Adam must make her fall in love with him every day. I’ll take the comedy version of this concept any day. Keep reading »
Nearly three years after little Caylee Anthony first disappeared, the case is finally being tried in Florida, kicking off with dramatic opening arguments that offered more twists and shifting allegiances than an entire season of Law & Order. This week’s issue of People looks inside the bombshell defense of Casey Anthony, who is accused of killing her two-year-old daughter Caylee in June 2008. Keep reading »