Posts tagged "movies"

Etsy Spotlight: You Totally Need This Handmade “I’ll Have What She’s Having” Card

This summer marks the 25th anniversary of "When Harry Met Sally," which is obviously the most beloved film of all time (or at least, it is to me). The Etsy shop Seas and Peas clearly knows how to celebrate with this awesome card depicting one of the movie's finer moments. It's handmade out of recycled paper, so…

By: Claire Hannum / July 19, 2014

That Time Two Chimps Went To See “Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes” In The Movie Theater

I will never forgive myself for not being at this Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, movie theater last weekend. Several employees from Myrtle Beach Safari decided to give their chimps a night out at BigD movies (yes, that's its real name) to go see none other than "Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes." If I…

By: Katie Oldenburg / July 17, 2014

Kinky! Jennifer Aniston Wants Jason Bateman To Poop On Her In “Horrible Bosses 2″ Trailer

It's about to get frisky up in hurr! The new official trailer for "Horrible Bosses 2" has just been released, and Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis and Charlie Day are back to their old tricks. The only difference? This time, Jen Aniston is even kinkier than she was in the original movie. Jen reprise…

By: Katie Oldenburg / July 3, 2014

Big Screen Breakout Roles: 17 A-Listers & The Movies That Put Them On The Map

Before stars were stars, they had to climb the Hollywood ladder just like everybody else. They starred in small television guest spots and low-budget films to kickstart their careers, but achieved an entirely new level of success once they proved they could cut it in film, too. Jennifer Aniston will always be Rachel Green from "Friends," and…

By: Katie Oldenburg / June 20, 2014

19 Things You Need To Know About “The Fault In Our Stars”

We recently prepped ourselves for "The Fault In Our Stars" by reading the book before the movie's release. It was beautiful, perfect, and we sobbed throughout its entirety. It's a love story that we haven't seen in a long time and shows that no matter how sick you are, you should be living your life to…

By: YourTango.com / June 7, 2014

Seth Rogen Discusses A Groundbreaking New Concept: A Movie Wife That Likes To Have Fun

"My wife read the ["Neighbors"] script. She's a writer. She's one of the people who was like, 'This isn't how it would be. We get along, I want to have fun too...' And then as we started talking about it, that actually became the most exciting idea of the movie to us, that we could…

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / May 15, 2014

“Heathers” Is Now An Off-Broadway Musical

The oh-so-beloved 1980s movie "Heathers" is now a musical. I'll wait for a moment while you squeal with glee (at least, that's how I'd react if I were you). Rumors that "Heathers" would be headed to the stage, along with several incarnations of the production, have made the rounds these past few years. The show i…

By: Claire Hannum / April 29, 2014

We Should Obviously All Go See This Documentary About A Penis Museum Called “The Final Member”

Who needs Iceland's beautiful scenery and hot springs when you can visit The Icelandic Phallological Museum instead? The Reykjavik museum is the world's most diverse (and only?) penis museum, housing specimens from every mammal in the country.

By: Claire Hannum / April 18, 2014

Would You Watch A Documentary About Blogging?

Filmmaker Christopher Wiegand drove all over the United States interviewing bloggers (mostly of the "mommy blog" variety, it seems) about why they do what they do, and I'm cautiously curious. As someone who is a bit infatuated with the land of blogging -- I even wrote my thesis on it! -- I'd like to see…

By: Claire Hannum / April 16, 2014

Etsy Spotlight: Cute Pencils For Virgins Who Can’t Drive

It's been forever since I actually used a pencil (do I still remember how? Kidding! Kind of!), but after seeing this awesome set of hot pink "Clueless"-themed pencils, I'm ready to bring graphite back into my life in a big way. I actually used to have one of those feather pens that Cher uses i…

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / April 13, 2014

Watch This: Celine Dion Finally Reveals Her Muppet Crush

I can't believe I still haven't seen "Muppets Most Wanted." Not only does it feature all my favorite Muppets, it's got two of my favorite comedians, Ricky Gervais and Tina Fey, and a cameo from my favorite singer of all time, Celine Dion. Life dream status. Anyway, while doing press for the movie, Celine answered…

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / March 25, 2014

Watch Jennifer Lawrence Dance Her Heart Out In This Deleted “American Hustle” Scene

Remember when Jennifer Lawrence manically cleans the house while singing "Live And Let Die" in "American Hustle"? Well, she also filmed a scene singing to "Evil Ways" by Santana. I think the director made the right call in choosing the first song (no song has more drama than "Live And Let Die"), but I'm all for…

By: Claire Hannum / March 22, 2014

You Can Help This Actress Make A Movie About What Periods Are Really Like

Actress and filmmaker Kristine Gerolaga is sick of the way periods are portrayed in the media, so she set out to make a film of her own that challenges stereotypes and shows us just how unique periods can be. Gerolaga has written and will star in what is currently called "The Untitled Short Film About What…

By: Claire Hannum / March 20, 2014

Slurping Soda During A Movie Is An Even Bigger Problem Than We Thought

We all know those loud moviegoers who obnoxiously slurp on their sodas, text, and shout to one another throughout the whole film. Apparently, Coke does too, and used their latest ad to edit those oh-so-rude audience members right into the film. The audience thought they were just seeing a normal movie, and their surprise at…

By: Claire Hannum / March 13, 2014

Parents Lip Sync “Frozen” Song Perfectly; Daughter Remains Unimpressed

If your life involves kids in any way, then you've probably had the "Frozen" soundtrack on constant repeat in the car, at home, on the computer, and even in your head. (Is "Let It Go" actually playing out loud right now, or does it just exist on permanent loop in your brain? You may never…

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / March 12, 2014

“Fargo” Is Going To Be A TV Series — And Trailers Have Arrived!

The 1996 Coen Brothers movie "Fargo" is coming to the small screen next month, and FX has released teaser trailers! From the looks of it, not too much of the tone has changed between the film and the TV series. Nobody captures the barren, Midwestern winter quite like the Coen Brothers, so I can't wait to…

By: Claire Hannum / March 11, 2014

Nursing Home Residents Recreate Famous Movie Scenes (Because You’re Never Too Old To Play Dress-Up)

Here's proof that you're never, ever too old to play dress-up: a group of senior citizens at a nursing home in Germany recently recreated 12 iconic movie scenes for a photo calendar. The residents, who ranged in age from 75 to 98 got all dolled up as James Bond, Holly Golightly, and, of course, Jack…

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / February 26, 2014

Muppet Selfies Are The Best Kind Of Selfies

Selfies been getting some bad press lately, what with the revelation that teens' selfie habits may be to blame for a massive increase in lice infestations (#YUCK). But there is one form of selfie that will always elicit smiles instead of sighs, and runs an extremely low risk of spreading lice: Muppet selfies! Yes, the Muppets finally…

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / February 26, 2014

Can You Identify These “Real Life” Versions Of Disney Characters?

Artist Karen Graw created these "real life" versions of Disney characters by turning their cartoon faces into realistic photo illustrations, inadvertently proving that the vast majority of Disney princesses look exactly the same. Still, her renderings are pretty impressive. Can you guess who's who? Check your answers after the jump! [Laughing Squid]…

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / January 15, 2014

There Were Fewer Women In Charge In Hollywood In 2013 Than 1998

The rates of employment for women in film production are below what they were over a decade ago. Each year, the Center for the Study of Women In Television & Film at San Diego State University conducts a "Celluloid Ceiling" survey of who was employed behind the scenes in the year's top-grossing 250 domestic films.

By: Claire Hannum / January 15, 2014
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