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Salvador Perez, Costume Designer For “The Mindy Project” & “Pitch Perfect 2,” Dishes On Dressing The Stars

Salvador Perez, Costume Designer For "The Mindy Project" And "Pitch Perfect 2," Dishes On Dressing The Stars

Today I had the absolute pleasure of meeting a man who is not only way more fashionable than me, but he also rubs elbows with some of Hollywood’s leading ladies on the daily. Salvador Perez, the mastermind behind the fashion seen on FOX’s hit show “The Mindy Project,” as well as the upcoming movie “Pitch Perfect 2,” sat down with me at the launch of Casio’s Baby G watches, and dished on what it’s like to dress Mindy Kaling, Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson and other stars AS HIS JOB. Here are some of the coolest tidbits and tricks we learned from Sal about dressing the stars, along with a gallery of some of Mindy Kaling’s favorite looks from Sal. Keep reading »

Etsy Spotlight: Unique Gifts For TV Show Superfans (Past And Present)

The holidays are upon us, which means it’s time to shop, but what do you get for someone who’s permanently stationed in front of their TV? We’ve compiled some unique gift ideas from Etsy for your friends and family who can’t get enough “Scandal,” “Friends,” “Orange Is The New Black,” “Girls,” “Game Of Thrones,” “Breaking Bad,” “American Horror Story,” “The Mindy Project,” and “Sons Of Anarchy.” Click through to check them out!

17 Reasons Danny Castellano Is Our Dream Man

“The Mindy Project” features a host of lovable characters, but the most swoon-worthy of all is Danny Castellano. You may not know it yet, but Mindy’s best friend and now boyfriend is the guy of your dreams. A few reasons he’s basically the greatest…

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Mindy Kaling Defends Buttsex Episode Of “Mindy Project”: “There Was No Sexual Peril”

In case you missed it, last week’s episode of “The Mindy Project” was all about butt sex. Mindy’s onscreen boyfriend Danny (Chris Messina) wanted to try anal for the first time, attempting the act and claiming “I slipped.” The rest of the episode was dedicated to Mindy trying to determine if his “slip” was intentional, and how to deal with it. While speaking about her show at The New Yorker Festival, Mindy was asked a question about consent by one self proclaimed “hard-core” fan: “Were you at all surprised by any of the negative reactions that you got from some of your biggest supporters, and what was your response to that?” Keep reading »

Mindy Kaling On Diversity: “I’m A F**king Indian Woman Who Has Her Own F**king Network TV Show, OK?”

“I look at shows on TV, and this is going to just seem defensive, but I’m just gonna say it: I’m a fucking Indian woman who has her own fucking network television show, OK? … I have four series regulars that are women on my show, and no one asks any of the shows I adore — and I won’t name them because they’re my friends — why no leads on their shows are women or of color, and I’m the one that gets lobbied about these things. And I’ll answer them, I will. But I know what’s going on here. … It is a little insulting because, I’m like, God, what can I — oh, I’m sitting in it. I have 75 percent of the lines on the show. … And I’m like, oh wait, it’s not like I’m running a country, I’m not a political figure. I’m someone who’s writing a show and I want to use funny people. And it feels like it diminishes the incredibly funny women who do come on my show… I don’t know, it’s a little frustrating.”

This is Mindy Kaling‘s response (as quoted by Flavorwire) when she got asked at a SXSW panel why Mindy is the only female doctor and the only doctor of color on her show, “The Mindy Project,” which she writes, executive produces, and stars in. I don’t blame her for being defensive or feeling frustrated: it is a show written/produced/starring a woman of color with a bunch of female co-stars and yet these types of questions from journalists still insinuate that Kaling not doing enough. Keep reading »

Watch This: Proof That “The Mindy Project” And “When Harry Met Sally” Are Basically The Same

Watch This: Proof That "The Mindy Project" And "When Harry Met Sally" Are Basically The Same
The similarities are uncanny

This video mashup, set to The National’s “I Need My Girl” shows the uncanny similarities between “The Mindy Project” and “When Harry Met Sally.” Well, rom com is considered a genre. I suppose there are worse things in life than borrowing extensively from Nora Ephron. I’ll reserve my outrage until Mindy and Danny have a “baby fish mouth” moment. [Vulture]

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