Kat Dennings showed up for an appearance on “The Late Show With David Letterman” in this stunning ensemble. As she so beautifully illustrates, if you’re looking for a sexy clothing combination, you really can’t go wrong with a red dress and black leather jacket. Add beige pumps for mile-long legs and you’re good to go. Get the shopping details, after the jump! Keep reading »
Who here likes boobs? That’s right, everybody likes boobs. Your probably touching yours right now, if you have ‘em (pervert). In the spirit of our collective boob-preciation, we’ve decided to showcase the absolute best boobs at last night’s Emmy Awards. Remember, you don’t have to be ginormously big or practically flat-chested in order to cast a nice boob spell. It’s all about how you carry ‘em. Thanks for the mammaries! (Sorry.)
This fall the strangest thing started happening to me. I’d be walking down the street, and person after person after person (mostly women) would be staring at my face.
The first couple times I assumed what anyone would assume: I had food in my teeth or my lipstick on my face or a booger hanging out of my nose. But then, the first, second, third time, I looked in the mirror, I didn’t.
The stares continued. So many women, day after day. I wanted to stop them and ask, “Why?” There was no way this many strangers were suddenly interested in my face. It was the same face I’d always had.
Then one day, one of my gawkers whispered to her friend, “It’s Kat Dennings!” Keep reading »
“The way I view feminism — and I know there are a lot of different things going on — but, at its purest form, to me, it’s a very positive, supportive, nurturing, empowerment thing. I mean, God, who isn’t a feminist? If you don’t think women are as good as men, you’re not a good person. I like to think that most of the population of people worth being friends with are feminists, if that’s what feminism means.”
— Kat Dennings of “Two Broke Girls” might have the best quote about feminism that I’ve ever read. You tell ‘em, girl. [Bust Magazine]
,” starring Emma Stone
, was a fun flick about a girl branded as a “slut” in high school. Funny it ’twas, but realistic? Not quite. “Daydream Nation” (which hits theaters on April 15 in Canada and May 6 in the U.S.) looks a hell of a lot more realistic. Kat Dennings
stars as a high school girl who arrives in a new town with a reputation and, it seems from the trailer, sets her sights on both a hot guy and
a hot teacher. Looks good!
But why is it that in every high school sex film, the guys are trying to get as much poon as possible and the girls — whether sexually active or virginal — are all dealing with getting called “sluts”? Seriously, you need a new script, Hollywood. [Lainey Gossip] Keep reading »