We all knew it was coming. The moment we saw the fusing of the blue tentacles in “Avatar,” it seemed pretty obvious that, someday, someone was going to make a 3-D porno. But evidently, three such films are in the works and are racing to be the first to make it to the big screen. First, there’s a director in Hong Kong filming a skin flick called “3-D Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy,” a $3.2 million project due to be out next May. And then there’s Italian director Tinto Brass, who wants to remake the 1979 orgy “Caligula” using new 3-D technology. And then there’s Hustler, which has evidently been inspired by “Avatar,” too. The porn magazine is making a spoof of the movie, only with lots of boning. What do we think—cool or scary? Keep reading »
In honor of Love Yourself Week, each day a Frisky staffer will share 30 things she loves about herself — and we encourage the rest of you to do the same in the comments!
Ask me if I have good self-esteem and the answer is “yes.” But ask me to explain the reasons why I love myself? It’s hard. I gave it my best shot … and I hope you’ll all do the same (about yourselves, not me) in the comments! Keep reading »
Now, I love “Glee.” I also love “Modern Family.” So I’m kind of glad I am not part of the committee that’ll have to vote on which show wins the Emmy for Outstanding Comedy. Both shows have put together very funny ads in Hollywood Reporter. Keep reading »
“I think I am a feminist in a way. It’s not something I consciously decided I was going to be; perhaps it’s because I grew up in a singing group [Destiny's Child] with other women, and that was so helpful to me. It kept me out of so much trouble and out of bad relationships. My friendships with my girls are just so much a part of me that there are things I am never going to do that would upset that bond. I never want to betray that friendship because I love being a woman and I love being a friend to other women. I think we learn a lot from our female friends – female friendship is very, very important. It’s good to support each other, and I do try to put that message in my music.”
— Beyoncé isn’t afraid to use the f-word! Not that I’m surprised to hear this from the pop star who brought us “Independent Woman,” “Single Ladies,”
and “Bills, Bills, Bills” [CORRECTION: Oops! I mixed up the lyrics of "Independent Woman" and "Bills, Bills, Bills." Yeah, that last one is not very feminist at all!]. [Daily Mail UK] Keep reading »