“[Having babies has] never been an objective for me. My maternal desires are fully satisfied with my dogs.”
—Elisabetta Canalis, George Clooney‘s girlfriend, shares with Italian Cosmopolitan that she isn’t interested in having kids. Guess she and George will be remaining rugrat-free. [People] Keep reading »
Mila Kunis will get you, my pretty, and your little dog too. The “Black Swan” actress is apparently in talks to play Theodorah in “Oz, The Great and Powerful,” the prequel to the “Wizard of Oz” which will star James Franco and be directed by Sam Raimi of “Spiderman” fame. So why don’t you recognize the name ‘Theodorah’? Because she’s more commonly known by her title—the Wicked Witch of the West. The movie will be telling the story not only of how the Wizard ended up over the rainbow, but how Glinda and the Wicked Witches arrived at their posts, too. I am a total sucker for all things Oz, so yes, I am very excited for this movie. Emerald City, or bust. [NY Mag] Keep reading »
With the kind of dating history Kim Kardashian has, one would never expect her to be shy when it comes to men, but this isn’t what we’ve seen on the E! series “Kourtney & Kim Take New York.” Yes, the Kardashian sisters are back and they’re in New York City to open and promote their Dash boutique. Kim, fresh out of a relationship with football player Miles Austin, is single for the show and ready to mingle. But, like many of us, she believes in the traditional idea that the guy is supposed to ask the girl out. And so she waits.
While we understand Kim’s desire to be pursued (I mean, who doesn’t want that, to some degree?), she doesn’t necessarily have to be so passive about it. Modern dating rules make it OK for a woman to make the first move and we’re quite glad that’s the case. To boot, men love it when we ask them out, so here are four ways to help you do just that. Keep reading »
In an ideal world, we’d all have some cool older brother, or wild aunt to pass down a really lived-in and batlle-scarred denim jacket. We think denim only gets better with age–the more you wear it, the more it molds to your shape and really becomes a part of who you are. And that’s why it’s key to find a denim jacket that really reflects your personal sense of style. Think of your denim jacket as not just an outer layer, but a piece that can replace a blazer in a pinch. After the jump, our picks for denim’s best in show.