George Clooney And Sandra Bullock Are Headed To Space

Beam him up, Sandra. George, we have a problem. I am very excited to report that Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, two of our faves, will be teaming up for a new flick that takes place in outer space. The movie “Gravity” will be directed by the awesome Alfonso Cuaron (of “Children of Men” and “Y Tu Mamá También” fame), who also wrote the script, and tells the story of two astronauts who are the sole survivors of a space station explosion. Originally, Robert Downey Jr. was set to play the male lead, and Cuaron wanted Angelina Jolie or Natalie Portman for the female lead, but we’re way more happy with the Sandra/George pairing. Let’s hope they’ll be the new Brangelina and fall in love on set. (Sorry, Elisabetta Canalis.) Or at least show us in the movie how astronauts have sex in space. We’ve always wondered about that. [NYMag.com] Keep reading »

Dear Wendy: “Should I Let My Family’s Bigotry Ruin My Relationship?”

After several years of being contently single, I have met the most amazing man. He is smart, career driven, attentive, and we have a ton in common. While our relationship is new, and we aren’t rushing into anything, I feel that there is potential for something serious to develop. There’s just one problem — I’m white and he’s black, and while it doesn’t bother me in the least, my family is very conservative and they don’t believe in interracial dating. I am from a small town in a southern state and interracial dating is fairly uncommon here, and there are still prejudices about such things. I know that my family would adore him as much as I do if they could only look past his skin color and see him for the amazing person he is. The problem is that I don’t think that they will ever be able to do that. I feel torn between pursuing a relationship which I think could be serious, and pleasing my family. There is a possibility that some members of my family will never speak to me again, but I’m afraid that if I don’t give him a chance I may always wonder what could’ve been. I know that it’s a little early in the game for me to be thinking of choosing between a man and my family, but I am stressed out thinking about how to break the news to them. I could use any advice about how to tell them or how to know if a relationship is worth disappointing my family. — Stressed Out and Color Blind

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Sarah Palin Calls Herself A Feminist, Promptly Renounces Feminism

I know nothing will put some warm, fuzzy Christmas cheer in your heart like listening to Bill O’Reilly and Sarah Palin discuss feminism. So let’s dive right in and hear what Mama Grizzly has to say, shall we? Keep reading »

Julie’s Favorite Things Of 2010

The blog Your It List has asked a bunch of cool tastemaker types to reveal their favorite things of 2010. They didn’t ask us for ours, but we’re going to share ‘em anyway, starting with Julie’s 2010 It List … Keep reading »

All We Want For Christmas Is A Pair Of Baby Red Pandas

Look, after a year of bringing great content to you, our Dear Frisky Readers, we feel like, you know, we would like something in return. Is it too much to ask all of you to pool your money and buy us a pair of baby red pandas? We’re sure they’re not cheap, but we really want them. So make it happen! Kisses. [The Daily What] Keep reading »

A Real Guilty Pleasure: Hot Guys On “Judge Judy”

Hot Guys Of Judge Judy

Now daytime justice has served up a new verdict: sexy as charged! Just when I thought courtroom dramas couldn’t get any juicier, a new Tumblr has me wanting to whip out my handcuffs for the “Hot Guys On Judge Judy.” Above is a lil preview of the bang-a-licious hunks that can even make legal mumbo jumbo sound like dirty talk. Oh, bad, bad, bad, bad boys, you make me feel so good. [WOW Report] Keep reading »

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