There are many everyday rules that don’t apply to celebrities. They get a pass where us normal people have to do things like wash our own dishes and not get escorted around in Escalades and eat fancy dinners for free. They take calls all day long at the beach or pool and look so good while they’re doing it.
Oh, those darned celebrities, they really burn us up!
Speaking of burning up, the one thing celebs can’t avoid is dangerous exposure to the sun. They are normal just like the rest of us when they forget to protect their precious Hollywood skin and turn into lobsters. Here’s a gallery of 12 Dumb Celebrities Working On Their Melanoma that should remind you to apply your sun block 20 minutes before jumping into the water. Keep reading »
Before you say, but Julie, I don’t WANT to steal this 1970′s model’s look: I know. It’s bright, it’s stripe-y, it’s slightly jarring to the corneas. But! There is something kind of cool and laidback and I-spend-my-summers-in-Mallorca about it, too. I’ve decided to update the look for the 2010s by toning down the color palette and giving it more of a nautical feel. I think you’ll approve. Keep reading »
In a 45-year career that’s been filled with screwball comedies, touching love stories and the occasional serious drama, there’s one thing that’s been a constant in Woody Allen’s filmography: his love for the ladies.
“My heart is in it more when I’m writing for women,” Allen said once in an interview, and he’s certainly given us some of the most memorable female characters in movie history. (Credit must also be given to Allen’s longtime casting director Juliet Taylor.)
Often starring opposite a neurotic schlub (played by Allen until recently), the Allen female character knows how to deliver a joke, exudes sexuality, and amidst adultery, arguments and other relationship problems is almost always clearer on what she wants than her male counterpart. Keep reading »
When Tammy Worth’s miniature horse Munchkin was stolen out of her Cooper City, FL front yard earlier this week, she and the neighborhood kids that enjoy hanging out with Munchkin were heartbroken. But then Worth went on Craigslist, and not, oh, 10 minutes later, the not-so-crafty thief had put her horse up for sale on the classifieds site. After an undercover sting operation,19-year-old Tyler Carlin was arrested for trying to sell the horse, and was charged with grand theft of a commercial farm animal. And Munchkin is now safely home! We love a happy ending. [Sun Sentinel
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“I’ve heard rumblings about a ‘Carrie’ remake, as I have about ‘The Stand’ and ‘It.’ Who knows if it will happen? The real question is why, when the original was so good? I mean, not ‘Casablanca’ or anything, but a really good horror-suspense film, much better than the book. Piper Laurie really got her teeth into the bad-mom thing. Although Lindsay Lohan as Carrie White … hmmm. It would certainly be fun to cast. I guess I could get behind it if they turned the project over to one of the Davids: Lynch or Cronenberg.”
—Steven King shares that he’d prefer that the original “Carrie,” one of our top 10 prom movies, not be remade. But if it is, he could see LiLo in the lead role. I dunno—that could be pretty awesome. And I cosign on David Lynch directing. [EW] Keep reading »