The Beastie Boys released a trailer Thursday for their 30-minute short “Fight for Your Right — Revisited” in support of the trio’s forthcoming new album Hot Sauce Committee Part Two.
And it’s a doozy.
As MGM used to say, there’s more stars here than in the heavens: Danny McBride, Seth Rogen, Elijah Wood, Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly, Jack Black, Rainn Wilson, Rashida Jones, Jason Schwartzman, Ted Danson, Steve Buscemi, Stanley Tucci, Susan Sarandon, Chloë Sevigny, Will Arnett, Kirsten Dunst, Maya Rudolph, Martin Starr, Laura Dern, David Cross, Orlando Bloom and Zach Galifianakis (not all are in the trailer — see who you can spot after the jump).
We haven’t seen the film — it premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival — but the video gives you an idea of the insanity that goes on. Read more… Keep reading »
I look forward to collecting Sarah Cuda and all the others in the Garbage Pailin Kids series. [Yo-Tanya] Keep reading »
In a few short weeks, we’ll be dipping our toes into swim season.
The good news is that the options for swimsuits in 2011 are more fashion driven than ever.
“It’s about the detailing, and swimwear that looks special,” Gregg Andrews, fashion director at Nordstrom, explained to StyleList. “The details are like those you’d find in couture dressmaking – ruching, gathering and ruffles.” An added benefit of these elements is that they can work for you. “These techniques are flattering – they can disguise bumps and bulges,” Andrews added. Read more… Keep reading »
“The sexiest thing about Kris is—gosh, there are so many things. It’s so hard to think of one… Probably the sexiest thing about him is his personality. And also, his deep voice.”
—Kim Kardashian answers possibly the awkwardest question ever about her boyfriend, Kris Humphries, at the launch party for Khloe and Lamar’s unisex fragrance, Unbreakable. Baritone voices are great, but she could also have said the fact that he’s averaging 15 points per game or that he makes her look doll-sized because he’s so tall. Or even that his name begins with a ‘K,’ making him one of the family already. [People] Keep reading »
Last week, teenagers all across the country got their hopes and dreams crushed when Ivy League acceptance—and more often rejection letters—landed in their inboxes. The acceptance rates this year were scarily low: Harvard, 6.2 percent; Columbia, 6.9; Yale, 7.4; and Princeton, 8.4. Kristina Dell at The Daily Beast took the opportunity to talk to admissions officers and find out some of the craziest reasons why they rejected certain students. My favorite quotes after the jump. Keep reading »