While promoting “He’s Just Not That Into You,” Drew Barrymore revealed that she’s totally into doing another “Charlie’s Angels” sequel. But we aren’t! We think it’s time to let this franchise die. I mean, it has been lying dormant for more than five years. Cameron Diaz, Lucy Liu and Barrymore do exhibit girl power to an extent because they play butt-kicking private detectives. But I’d much rather watch them as well-developed and defined characters in a much less predictable film. It’s about time we have a movie with a serious heroine who doesn’t have to resort to comedy or campy antics, but saves the day with her wits and fighting ability. The guys have done it, now it’s time to let the women have a go. But I guess when it comes to movie-making, art is just not as important as money. The “Charlie’s Angels” franchise has grossed $544 million worldwide. [E! Online] Keep reading »
Actor Gerard Butler, the actor best known for his role in “300″, has made headlines the past few months for all the business he’s being doing in his boudoir. His bedroom has seen more action than even his movie sets! And this week, he was seen at a “meeting” cozying up to Jennifer Aniston, who has supposedly taken John Mayer back. So who is this suave Scotsman who’s making more moves in LA than a U-Haul?
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Since this season’s Project Runway is the last that will air on Bravo, people have been speculating what the network will do to replace its signature show. The answer: The Rachel Zoe Project. The show premieres on September 9. I just watched every single related video BravoTV has on its website and have come to the conclusion that it is going to rock for several reasons… Keep reading »
So, last night I went home, took my dog for a pathetic 30 minute run, came home and made leftover tacos for dinner, and watched another thrilling episode of Hell’s Kitchen. The ten celebrity ladies after the jump had almost as awesome a night as I did — they were either dressed to the nines at the Crystal & Lucy Awards in LA or at the Whitney Art Party in New York. I am not jealous in the slightest. Keep reading »
Cameron Diaz and Ashton Kutcher at the premiere of What Happens In Vegas, a movie about two strangers that get wasted and get married in Sin City. Keep reading »
Why does that busted butter face on the second floor have a boyfriend and I don’t? Why canâ€™t beautiful and successful women seem to find love? Why canâ€™t I win an eBay auction? It all has to do with game theory. â€œStrong biddersâ€ like Cameron Diaz know they have got it going on, so they hold out for incredible, perfect offers. While â€œweak biddersâ€ (you know who Iâ€™m talking about, cough, Brandon Davis), know theyâ€™re not strong contenders, so they tend to be super aggressive to compensate. This is how the fugs get the love — they take what they can get. So, just like in the work place, when it comes to romance, youâ€™ve got to be assertive if you want to get what you deserve. Mystery solved. [Slate] Keep reading »
Back in the day, at a dance party in my middle schoolâ€™s gym, a ray of light shined into my dark pubescent heart: the class clown asked me to slow dance. It was an unexpected surprise, as I usually went to school socials just so I could eat lots of M&Mâ€™s and Doritos. But a mouthful of Brian was even better than junk food. We goofed around, got in trouble with the teachers for dancing too close, and made out in an empty girlsâ€™ bathroom. It was one H-O-T Friday night! When Monday rolled around, I had my friend French braid my hair in PE, I put on some lip gloss, and then I bravely went up to my new boyfriend during lunch. But he pretended he didnâ€™t know why I was even talking to him and made fun of me in front of his friends. WTF?! I was crushed. Itâ€™s easy to blame that kind of manipulation on adolescent immaturity. But now we have quite a woman to console — Cameron Diaz. Keep reading »