Wear Your Disney Pride On Your Eyes

I know, you’re thinking — How do I show my insane devotion to Disney’s “The Lion King” in a new and innovative way? Well, makeup artist Katie Alves reached deep and came up with animated film-themed eye makeup. Like these “Lion King” coated peepers. How crazy detailed is that? And how many hours did that poor model have to sit there with her eyes closed while Alves painstakingly painted a full panel? [Fashionista] Keep reading »

15 Movie Posters With Naked Actors

"The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo"
As if we weren’t excited enough for David Fincher’s remake of “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” after seeing the trailer, behold the international poster for the film. What you can see is Rooney Mara mostly nekkid and looking fierce. What you can’t see are her nipple piercings. I wonder what the American poster will look like? [Buzzfeed] There are plenty, of well, adult movies, that are advertised with nudey posters, but it is a rare and often wonderful thing when an actor strips down for a mainstream movie poster. Click through to see some more actors who took it all off to promote their films.

Quickies: More Alleged Blake Lively Nude Pics Emerge & Whitney Houston Might Have Emphysema

  • More nude photos of Blake Lively have allegedly been leaked and these new pics show tattoos exactly like the ones her character wore in “The Town.” Blake’s rep still denies everything. [The Superficial]
  • Elton John’s newborn son is an adorable little chubster! [Celebuzz]
  • Jane Lynch will host the 2011 Emmys. I am there. [PopEater]
  • Hell yes: there is going to be a Lifetime original movie about Alexis Neiers and the “bling ring,” a group of L.A. teens who robbed celebrities’ homes. [TMZ]

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Today’s Lady News: The New York Times Appoints Jill Abramson As First Female Executive Editor

  • Jill Abramson has been appointed the first female executive editor of The New York Times, replacing current top dog Bill Killer Keller. Abramson has been managing editor since 2003 and was Washington bureau chief and an investigative reporter before that. [New York Times]
  • Abortion is “morally acceptable” to 39 percent of Americans polled in a new Gallup poll on major issues, while 51 percent find abortion “morally wrong.” (Thanks to commenter LR52185 for the link!) [Economist]
  • The British author V.S. Naipul thinks female writers suck, especially Jane Austen. What a bonehead. [Gawker]

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AC/DC Is The Preferred Music Of Sharks

After a long day of swimming and preying on sea life, sharks need to take a load off just like us humans. Instead of watching massive amounts of reality TV (not that I’ve ever done that), researchers have found that sharks enjoy some tunes to help them relax. According to a team studying the effects of music on a group of great white sharks in Australia, AC/DC—more specifically the song “You Shook Me All Night Long”—has been shown to calm the animals. When hearing that particular hard-rock anthem, the sharks became inquisitive and much less aggressive. Some of them even rubbed their faces along the speaker in a gesture of affection. I wonder if something like Enya would have the opposite effect and make them bloodthirsty? Not that I have any desire to find out. Keep reading »

Halle Berry And Gavin Rossdale Coming To A TV Near You

With big stars like Zooey Deschanel signing on for television shows, it seems like the small screen is the place to be. Today, I read about two other unexpected faces who will be appearing on the boob tube soon. First, Oscar winner Halle Berry is attached to a new TV series called “Higher Learning” that is being pitched to both Showtime and HBO and is expected to be picked up by one of them. Not too much is known about the show beyond Halle’s involvement and the fact that she would play a college professor in it. Also fascinating—Gavin Rossdale, aka the frontman of Bush and husband of Gwen Stefani, has signed on for a role on USA’s “Burn Notice.” Keep reading »

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