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Even though the movie is in pre-production, “Black Swan” is getting press because Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis have sex, and according to a script review site, it isn’t for the faint of heart, it’s “We’re talking ecstasy-induced hungry aggressive angry sex.” Written and directed by Darren Aronofsky (who directed “The Wrestler”), the movie deals with the melodramatic lives of New York ballet dancers working on Swan Lake. [Celebuzz] Why do ballet dancers in movies only do productions of Swan Lake? But more importantly, why are there so few lesbian scenes in movies? We look back at the women who paved the way for this upcoming cinematic achievement.
Looks like Hollywood has decided to give boxing dramas another shot. Actor Billy Bob Thornton and director Ron Shelton have teamed up to make a flick about a depressed, widowed ex-boxer and a troubled, teenaged Latino fighter. The movie, Pound for Pound, is based on a book by F.X. Toole, the same dude who wrote Rope Burns, which was the inspiration for Million Dollar Baby. [NY Times] — I’m nervous… Keep reading »
Women, on behalf of all men everywhere, we have a request: more unplanned morning sex.
Don’t get me wrong, the nooner is outstanding. Samesies afternoon delight. We love spending all day in bed with you. And we’re frickin’ psyched when you jump us in an unexpected, possibly semi-public place. But getting nasty before we break the fast-y is a real treat. It has us walking a little taller all day long. Other guys will recognize a certain spring in our step and envy us. Read more …
If it were up to me, I would wear a totally fashionable, totally new outfit everyday. I would have a pair of hot heels or cute flats for everyday of the year and I would have at least one brand new, lust-worthy piece on every time I changed outfits. Alas, we can’t all be a tall, rich, bottle-blonde socialite, but we can still look fashionable everyday! Saturated colors, higher hems and edgy details like zippers, chains and asymmetry are still going to be hot in the Fall season. That’s good news for those of us that have a budget and are actually going to try and follow it this time! Instead of going out to buy a whole new wardrobe to suit the cooler weather and blow our meager savings account at the same time, a few basic and affordable pieces are all that’s needed to add a little warmth into our favorite summer ensembles! Add a pair of funky leggings to a mini-skirt for an uber-trendy Fall look, or keep it classic with a cardigan and some great boots that go along with that sundress you wore all summer! Leggings, boots, sweaters, tights… the possibilities are endless! Check out the slideshow for more ideas on versatile basics to help transition your favorite summer looks into the coming season. Keep reading »
Admit it. From time to time, you browse Craigslist’s Missed Connections, secretly hoping that you’ll recognize a description and realize you are the “girl on the A train.” What could be more romantic than someone experiencing love at first sight? Artist Sophie Blackall brings these moments to life. Using striking “New York Missed Connections” posts, she creates whimsical and colorful illustrations based on the words and scenario. Some are poignant—in one, a waitress at a diner stares longingly at a boy drinking a strawberry milkshake along with the script, “I bought you that milkshake, you just didn’t realize it.” Others are hilarious, like the man looking for a hipster chick who passed gas: “You passed wind rather loudly and started chuckling. I’d like to see you again. The flatulence wasn’t a turn-off.” Check out the fun blog, or purchase a print on Etsy. You never know … you might find something familiar. [Missed Connections] Keep reading »
Having graced pages of magazines like “Everyday With Rachel Ray” this site launched this year and showcases videos of people, well, cooking. Here at the frisky we love a good recipe, especially when we feel like we’re getting a sneak peek into someone’s secret home recipe. Experts range from Julies to Julias as you click through friendly unknowns to restaurant chefs and organized into neat categories like a personal cookbook. You choose whether you want to mooch off of someone else’s delicious goodness or share your own and be the next foodtube sensation. [Foodtube.net] Keep reading »
This morning in Universal City, CA, the AIDS Healthcare Foundation and the Pink Cross Foundation will announce plans to file complaints with the California Division of Occupational Safety & Health (Cal/OSHA) against 16 of the top adult film industry companies, as part of its campaign to persuade Cal/OSHA to enforce mandatory condom use on adult film sets in the Los Angeles-based adult entertainment industry.
The film companies to be named in the complaint include Anarchy Films, Backend Productions, Blue Pictures, Critical X, Hustler Video, Heatwave Entertainment, Immoral Productions, Latin Media, Legend, Mayhem, Maverick Entertainment, Raw Flesh, Sin City, Top Dog/Magnus Productions, Vivid Entertainment, and Club Jenna. 58 films from the 16 companies were considered in the AHF analysis. Continue reading… Keep reading »
Seeing animals get hurt makes us sad. But ones on the mend in physical therapy, including dogs wearing life jackets, are pretty darn cute. Click through to watch Dolce, Spencer, and Leonardo do their doggie exercises. If you don’t get your fill of adorable injured animals with those, visit Animals with Casts to discover that even a squirrel can break his leg.
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The other day while browsing in Barneys, I came across a gorgeous cardigan by a company called RE COLLECTION. With an unusual tuxedo lapel, the piece was so interesting that I decided to take note of the label and research it further for a possible Frisky post. Yet, when I sat down to Google “recollection clothing,” the first thing that popped up was decidedly not the fancy label, but this, “Recollections: Historic, Romantic Clothing Reminiscent of Centuries Past.” And here’s why you’ll love it.