That headline probably made you think, “Has it really been 20 years?” But for real, it’s been two decades since “Thelma & Louise” came out. Apparently, stars Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis headed to Florida last week to shoot an anniversary spread for Vanity Fair. We won’t get to see the photos for a few months, but I am crossing my fingers for a naked Brad Pitt cameo. [NY Post] Keep reading »
From left to right: Justin Bieber, T-Rex, Sarah Palin, Taylor Lautner, Michelle Obama, Barack Obama, Pauly D, Lindsay Lohan, Kate Gosselin, Unicorn. Don’t worry, kids, giant Michelle Obama will save the day. To see some more amazing pics of the best celebrity dolls of 2010, click here. [Newsweek] Keep reading »
It’s been a bang-up year for movies and come award season, we expect there to be tough competition in all sorts of categories. Unfortunately, the Oscars, the Golden Globes, and the like don’t give out awards for what can be the most pivotal scene in a motion picture — when the stars GET IT ON. That’s where we come in. Here are the 15 most Oscar-worthy sex scenes we’ve seen this year, broken down into specific categories. See any we missed?
It’s hard to recognize Fab Morvan without the dreadlocks, but you know him as one half of Milli Vanilli, who infamously had their Grammy stripped in 1990 after it came out that they were lip-synching to other people’s voices on their tracks. What’s so tragic about this story is that: (a) the other half of the duo, Rob Pilatus, was found dead of a prescription pill overdose in 1998 and (b) that the guys could actually sing, and it seems like they were railroaded by their producer into taking credit for others’ vocals. Heck, they were homeless when they signed their contract. So I’m very glad to hear that Fab—who is pretty easy on the eyes with his closely cropped hair—is back in the music game. Keep reading »
“We have Internet and stuff like that because I think that’s the safest form, well, most interesting form of communication. I just don’t like phones. I just don’t like them … being reachable all the time.”
—Johnny Depp tackles the rumor that he’s a Luddite at “The Tourist” premiere [OMG Yahoo] Keep reading »
Yeah, I can’t really defend catcalls and I tried. I told myself that this uniquely male sport is harmless fun. That it’s flattering, almost charming. Who else would shout compliments to a woman but a hopeless romantic? Besides, having a construction worker shout “lookin’ good” must appeal to a woman’s vanity, right? It’s not like a catcall has ever resulted in an actual date. If a woman ever positively responded to a man whistling, it would be like a dog chasing a car and catching it. The dude’s brain would be unable to comprehend reality shattering. While trying to craft a defense of catcalls, I found myself blaming women. Why can’t they take a joke? Or deal with a man who just wants her to know she’s hot? Women are so uptight. Feminists must hate romance, because all these roadside Romeos are doing is shouting up at a woman’s balcony. This was my train of thought. Keep reading »