A New Take On “Something Blue”

I was hoping that “Avatar” fever had died down, but Wu Lingyuan, China, is keeping it alive. This region contains the mountain ranges in the movie, and enterprising citizens have found a way to turn that into dollar signs by offering “Avatar” wedding packages. The view is gorgeous, but takers are a little less excited about the Na’vi provided. As one recent bride explained, “The Na’vi were a couple of forestry workers dressed up in long underwear dyed blue wearing some very unconvincing masks. It was really pathetic.” Lucky for us, she had the picture to back it up. [/Film] Keep reading »

Dear Wendy: “Will Having Sex With My Boyfriend Ruin My Marriage?”

It’s time again for “Shortcuts.” For every question, I’ll give my advice in three sentences or less, because sometimes the answer to a person’s question is so obvious and the need to hear it so great, being as clear and frank as possible is simply the best way to go. Today we discuss whether sex with a boyfriend can ruin a marriage, the ethics of dating one’s lawyer, and reaching out to a friend you’ve wronged.

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Introducing: The Lifetime Television For Women Movie Club


If I believed in guilty pleasures, I’d say that watching Lifetime movies is one of my deepest guilty pleasures. But since I don’t believe you should feel guilty about one of the greatest things in the world, I’m just going to say I really, really like these movies. Lifetime’s films fall into two basic tropes: 1.) a persecuted woman haunted by her past, her ex, or some other weird abusive dude who wants to murder her, or 2.) a quirky tale about a woman who overcomes some obstacle to find romance and true love. This Sunday, the network premiers “Marry Me,” starring Lucy Lui, which they’ve helpfully described as “three fiances, one fiasco. Who will she choose?” Told over two nights, “Marry Me” seems to fall into the wacky romance category. Join me in watching the movie and we’ll have a post-”Marry Me” wrap-up next week! If you can’t catch the television screening, you can watch it on Hulu. “Marry Me,” on Lifetime, Sunday, December 12 at 9 p.m. (EST). [Lifetime] Keep reading »

Don’t Mess With Bill Compton

While I think we’d all love to be Bill’s bitch, there’s a perfectly good explanation for these tees.“True Blood” studs Stephen Moyer and Alexander Skarsgard just competed against each other in the Battle Of The Fangs, a fundraiser for Gulf Aid and SOS Children’s Villages. Together they raised $70K, yay! But Team Bill edged out Team Eric by a mere $892. So, Alex’s T-shirt got made because he wound up on the bottom, er, losing the bet. FYI: Moyer’s T says “I Like My Bitches Blonde.” Ha! Anyway, boys, I have an idea. Next time, how about you go shirtless for charity? [L.A. Rag Mag] Keep reading »

8 Guys You Should Avoid Because Of Their Jobs

Health.com has released a list of “10 Careers with High Rates of Depression,” among them the artists, writers, entertainers category: “In men, it’s the job category most likely to be associated with an episode of major depression (nearly 7% in full-time workers).” So what are jobs a potential male mate may have that could spell trouble for you down the line? Find out after the jump. Keep reading »

Bradley Cooper Shills A Wonder Pill That Will Improve Your Life 200 Percent

In this video, Bradley Cooper tries to get you to buy a pill to make you, well, awesomer. “Before, I was unmotivated, unhirable, and undatable. I was a complete and utter mess,” he says. “And then I discovered NZT and my life changed.” OK, fine, Bradley isn’t really trying to sell you this—it’s for his new movie, “Limitless,” in which he stars alongside Robert De Niro and Abbie Cornish. I appreciate the authenticity of the spoof, from the background music to the random shots of Bradley swimming in the ocean. Keep reading »

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