“[Michelle] ended up winning. She gained about 15, 16 pounds. [Ryan] gained 14. … Michelle was eating a pint of ice cream for breakfast and dinner and avocado sandwiches all day. She wanted to do it. She talked about her character having a certain self-hatred.”
—Director Derek Cianfrance explains that Michelle Williams and Ryan Gosling had a race to see who could gain the most weight while filming “Blue Valentine,” to physically show their characters becoming emotionally unhinged. Apparently, Michelle’s breakfast ice cream of choice was coconut. [People] Keep reading »
You’d think I’d remember the night that I discovered that my would be-husband was also bisexual–that the relationship I was entering into was a bi-bi partnership. But I can’t. It probably seemed … normal.
Previous boyfriends had not been out as bi, but some had made out with boys and, well, all of them did things like borrow my jeans or gush over indie-boy hotties. I guess bisexual boys are my type. Keep reading »
We sometimes think that the sexiest thing you can wear to bed isn’t the see-through nightie or the fancy lingerie, but rather the laid-back, basic stuff. Like these Only Hearts boxer shorts. They’re natural, comfy, and would, without a doubt, make us feel sexy. Who’s with us?
So we love anything “Weekend at Bernie’s”
related–and this parody from “Saturday Night Live” is no exception. This video shows what would probably really happen if two weird dudes tried to pass off a corpse as a real living person (chaos, mayhem and a lengthy court battle). [BuzzFeed
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The Versace family—a veritable Italian fashion dynasty—has seen its fair share of scandal and drama (deaths, unfortunate bouts of plastic surgery—we’re looking at you, Donatella). So the rumor that the Versaces are involved in the “’Ndrangheta,” which WWD describes as “the equivalent of the Sicilian Mafia,” actually seems believable. Apparently, an interview with a former member of the Mafia-like org has surfaced, and states that the family has some sort of tie to the ‘Ndrangheta (yeah, we have no idea how to pronounce that), and even that Gianni Versace’s 1997 murder was somehow linked to financial debts the designer owed the mob. Of course, the Versace family and company denies all the accusations. So, who knows if it’s really true? At the very least, someone should write a juicy thriller based on this premise! [WWD] Keep reading »