Zergnet: Simply Irresistible
They say music soothes the savage beast, but it seems to us that the best musically-driven movie scenes do just the opposite: They get our toes tapping, our hands clapping and our rumps shaking. When executed the right way, scenes that heavily involve music — such as the ‘Tiny Dancer’ sing-along in Cameron Crowe’s ‘Almost Famous’ — can leave unforgettable impressions for decades to come.
Just how near and dear to cinephiles’ hearts are such scenes? Well, take it from us: They are very important. As we set about to determine our list of the 50 all-time best music scenes in film history, the arguments that erupted around the Moviefone office as we whittled down our list were more contentious than a Rabbit vs. Papa Doc rap battle. Keep reading »
“We’re really normal. We just like to watch movies. We work out a lot. We love to work out. We do stuff together like that. We take walks. … [He's] definitely ripped.”
—Britney Spears opens up to Ryan Seacrest about her relationship with agent Jason Trawick. I’m kinda hoping that the “working out” she’s referring to is sexercise, but I doubt it. [People] Keep reading »
I love a superheroine as much as the next feminist, especially one who loves the fuzzy am-i-nals as much as I do. Meet “Black Arrow,” an anonymous British woman who fights evil in the form of people who abuse their pets. “I make sure people aren’t abusing their animals,” Black Arrow told The Sun newspaper. “I serve justice to those who deserve it. We stand for those who cannot, because we can.” (Unfortunately, the tabloid-eriffic Sun didn’t get a single detail on just how Black Arrow does this.) For six years, the London lass has stuck up for animals who are abused — presumably without crassly objectifying women in the process. You hear that, PETA? [The Sun UK, Coventry Telegraph UK] Keep reading »
Most of the time, I think Vanessa Hudgens gets dressed by biting the Olsen Twins’ boho style from three years ago, but I couldn’t stop drooling over this little ensemble she wore last week for a press event. So fun for a date night look! Velvet usually makes me think of winter, but I love the idea of taking this look into spring by ditching the long sleeves and losing the fishnets in favor of bare legs and arms. I put together four versions of this outfit, comprised of a fun velvet dress, chunky and funky ring, and nude/beige heels; keep clicking to check ‘em out!