Who Should Star In The Remake Of “The Bodyguard”?

I remember going to see “The Bodyguard” in the theater in 1992. I was 12 at the time, and it was the first rated R movie that my parents deemed acceptable for me to see. I remember feeling terror the first time the psycho stalker’s handiwork was shown on screen. I remember my heart beating faster the first time Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner kissed. I remember feeling elated at the idea that these two people from such different backgrounds could fall for each other. And when Whitney sang, “I Will Always Love You”—let’s just say that the song got the repeat listening treatment.

Apparently, Warner Brothers wants to make this magic happen again. Yes, you guessed right. They are planning a remake of “The Bodyguard.” The story will be basically the same—a mega pop star with a stalker reluctantly decides to heed the advice of her bodyguard. Only, instead of a former Secret Service guy, this bodyguard will be an Iraq war veteran. And the stalker will be even more diabolical given the access to Twitter, Facebook, and blogs. But who will they cast in the lead roles? After the jump, some pairings we’d be super excited to see. Keep reading »

Mark Ruffalo’s Super Hot Senior Photo

I’m very excited for the Oscars this Sunday — I am a sucker for an awards show, especially during years when I like a lot of the nominated films and actors. For example, I love Mark Ruffalo, who is nominated for one of my favorite movies of the year, “The Kids Are Alright.” And I love him even more now that I know we both were brace-faces. And are those rubber bands I see? Sigh. Check out more hilarious photos of Oscar nominees before they were stars, including a shy James Franco and Jeremy Renner with a radical flattop, here. Keep reading »

Ask The Mega Man Panel: Strapless Jumpsuit

We’ve dissected wide-leg jeans and perspex heels; now we’re going to take on one of fashion’s most comfortable items — the one-piece jumpsuit. What’s not to love about a comfy, stretchy one-piece jumpsuit? Well, a lot of things, according to our man panel. We showed the MP this Karina Grimaldi knit strapless jumpsuit and got their off-the-cuff reactions. Read on to see what they think of your super-comfy sartorial choices. Keep reading »

Jimmy Fallon’s “Real Housewives Of Late Night” Is Back For Season Two


It took four years, but I am finally feeling “Real Housewives” fatigue. I couldn’t bring myself to watch Tuesday night’s premiere of “The Real Housewives of Miami” — but, I am very, very excited for Jimmy Fallon‘s awesomely well-done spoof series, “The Real Housewives of Late Night,” where he and several of his staff members dress up like ladies for 10-minute mock episodes of the show. (The last one, from December, is above.) “The Real Housewives of Late Night” begins its second season tonight—Jimmy has made five mini-episodes which will air every other Thursday night. “It did make me really see how much women go through to get ready,” Fallon says of the series. “I have great makeup and hair people doing it. I could never picture myself doing it; it would take three hours. … By the time we did one of these, I was looking in the mirror thinking, does this make me look fat?” I’ll be watching tonight, for sure. [NY Daily News] Keep reading »

South Dakota Bill Would Require “Crisis Pregnancy Center” Counseling Before An Abortion

South Dakota, will you stop f**king with us? Enough already! South Dakota’s House of Representatives has approved a bill requiring a woman seeking an abortion to be “counseled” first at a so-called “crisis pregnancy center.”

Proponents of the bill say they are trying to assess whether women are being forced to end a pregnancy, as a doctor would have to sign off that the abortion is “voluntary, uncoerced, and informed.” The bill, which refers to the woman as a “pregnant mother” (agenda, anyone?), requires the woman to have pre-abortion counseling and be informed what kind of help is available to them if they continue the pregnancy. The bill also requires the woman to wait 72 hours after first meeting with the doctor who’ll perform the abortion. That time period is what anti-abortion activists claim is giving women time to think, but in reality it makes scheduling the procedure more difficult for working women or women with children, as they have to go to not one appointment, but two. And considering the vast majority of counties in America do not have an abortion clinic, terminating a pregnancy can involve driving long distances in some parts of the country. Keep reading »

15 (More) Benefits Of Great Sex

Sex is great. Obviously. But it also benefits your health in countless ways. Well, in seven major ways according to sexuality counselor, Ian Kerner. Studies show that a sexed up woman is younger looking, happier, and thinner, and has a good ticker, a longer life span, and a better immune system. Sign me up for this regular sex thing! Aside from these fabulous perks, there are countless others that keep us motivated to get busy. As if we needed more motivation. Some more benefits of the sex-making after the jump. [AOL] Keep reading »

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