Meg Ryan hasn’t gotten many roles since she—well, let’s be honest—messed up her face. Which is such a shame, because I watched “When Harry Met Sally” the other day on cable, and was reminded of how great she can be. So I’m glad to hear that she is settling into a new role behind the camera. Yep, homegirl is set to direct her first movie, “Into the Beautiful,” a flick about a group of friends reuniting, a la “The Big Chill.” Keep reading »
Poor Meg Ryan
. Her last big role was as a jilted wife in “The Women,” a role she’s reprising in the horrifically dumb-looking “Serious Moonlight.” When she learns her hubby (played by Timothy Hutton) is ditching her for a younger woman (played by Kristen Bell
), Ryan snaps and … duct tapes him to a chair so she can “seduce” him. Sounds like a lighter version of Stephen King’s “Misery,” which was pretty creepy. Domestic violence
-infused plot aside, the “Serious Moonlight” trailer loses us when Hutton’s character blames his wife for straying and says: “You haven’t needed me for years! You make more money than I do, you can fix anything, you can bench-press more than me.” Yeah, because you know those self-sufficient career women—they’re awful!
We know “Serious Moonlight” is supposed to be a WACKY comedy and all, but girlfriend needs to get herself some dignity both on screen and off. Come on, Meg Ryan, you can do better! Keep reading »
Whoever thought of the premise for Katherine Heigl‘s orgasm in The Ugly Truth (her awful-looking upcoming flick with Gerard Butler) should be fired.
Hot blonde woman randomly receives a pair of remote control vibrating panties in a package at her front door, puts them on for a date, which somehow turns into a business meeting, and then starts orgasming in front of all her business colleagues when a little boy stumbles upon the remote control. Um, what? Bish, please! Like we said, pink slip.
Show them how it’s done, Meg Ryan. We compiled the best orgasms we could find on the YouTubes. Keep reading »
Some Hollywood couples have broken up and left us baffled as to why. Of course, there are always rumors, but it’s not often that either party comes out into the open like Meg Ryan did in the October issue of InStyle, saying: “Dennis was not faithful to me for a long time, and that was very painful…” (Followed by Dennis Quaid’s response in the New York Daily News: “It was eight years ago, and I find it unbelievable that Meg continues publicly to rehash and rewrite the story of our relationship.”) Now that the mystery about the end of their relationship is sort of solved, we’re hoping a few other pairs will come tell us why they’re not together anymore. Not that we want them back together, we’re just curious.
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