“My toothbrush, my Tony Robbins inspirational seminar tapes on Betamax, my easel, my birth certificate, my jar of pennies, my toe socks, and my framed list of awesome Matthew McConaughey quotes.”
– Drew Barrymore‘s answer to Justin Long‘s question about what items she would save in a house fire in BlackBook. Drew, of course, was in a house fire years ago when she was married to Tom Green — I hope her framed list of Matthew McConaughey quotes really did survive that blaze. Barrymore and Long also shared their personal cell phone pics with the magazine, including this one of Drew with her insanely adorable puppy. [BlackBook via Just Jared] Keep reading »
A new study from the University of Iowa found that casual hookups are a perfectly acceptable way of stumbling into a happy relationship. Couples who became sexually involved as friends or acquaintances reported being just as happy in their relationships as people who waited until things were more serious to make the beast with two backs. But (of course there’s a “but”) this was true only if both people were open to having a serious relationship. Ooooh, I get it. Both people have to want to have a relationship for a relationship to happen. What a revelation. Yeah, I conducted this study myself throughout my 20s and discovered exactly the same thing. Sorry to bother you — go back to whatever it was you were doing, you sexy single. [Salon] Keep reading »
Team Edward or Team Jacob. “True Blood” and “The Vampire Diaries.” It’s clear that blood-sucking vampires are having a cultural moment. In fact, since the first “Twilight” movie was released in 2008, vampire-related products have grossed more than $7 billion worldwide. That’s a whole lot of blood at the bloodbank.
But “Twilight” and “True Blood” won’t be around forever (sad but true). So we’ve provided a list of several hot-to-trot contenders ready to replace the vampire craze with all the Burger King merchandising tie-ins your heart desires. Keep reading »
Christina Hendricks is officially the spokesmodel for the fashion brand London Fog and the new ads have just been released. Above is a behind-the-scenes shot of Hendricks relaxing, clad only in a button-down, trench coat, and, uh, no pants? After the jump is a one of the official ads which, based on some of the other on-set, unretouched photos, the blog Jezebel believes was airbrushed to downplay Hendricks’ famous curves. Tell us what you think! [ONTD] Keep reading »