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Cara Buono Is “Turned On” By Don Draper

“I’m not afraid of working with challenging, powerful men or women for that matter. I get very turned on and it brings out my competitive part of me.”

Cara Buono, who plays Dr. Faye Miller on “Mad Men,” when asked “What is it like to challenge a strong-and ultimately misogynistic- male character like Don Draper?” by Vogue Italia. You’re not the only one, Ms. Buono. [via Huffington Post] Keep reading »

“Hellcats” Cram Session: Cheerleading Uniforms Just Keep Getting Skimpier

Bust out your pom-poms, folks, because it is “Hellcats” night! This CW series about the Wild West of college cheerleading is based on my book, Cheer!: Inside the Secret World of College Cheerleaders. So, after last week’s episode, I got a hilarious email from a cousin saying that she enjoyed the show but, “Wow, they only have about 10 inches of fabric to those uniforms, total.” Keep reading »

Alexander Skarsgard Explains How This Rolling Stone Cover Came To Be

“We showed up and we shot very PG-13 with our clothes on for basically the whole day, like six or seven hours. Then towards the end the photographer said, ‘I have this, these shots are beautiful and the magazine is going to be happy with them but I’d like to try something if you guys are game.’ He explained it and it was just one of those things in the moment where we all looked at each other, we’d spent all day with the photographer, we felt comfortable with him, we knew that he was great and the atmosphere was right and we were like, ‘F*** it, let’s do it.’ No one thought that the magazine would go for it.”

Alexander Skarsgard on why he decided to strip down for the infamous naked-and-covered-in-blood “True BloodRolling Stone cover [via Huffington Post] Keep reading »

“Friday Night Lights: The Final Season” Preview Makes Us Teary


I’d like to talk about the injustice of this world. The preview for “Friday Night Lights” season five, is out and, as expected, it is gorgeously shot and the show’s stars all look stunning—from Tammy Taylor to my new fave character, Vince. But where is Tim Riggins?!?!? Please tell me that Taylor Kitsch has not flown the coop for this season, like Minka Kelly and Adrienne Palicki before him, because “FNL” without Tim is like the earth without sun. Also, does this really have to be the final season of the show? That just isn’t right. And the final thing that makes me scream “it’s not fair!”: DirecTV subscribers will get to watch the season starting on October 27 while the rest of us will have to wait until the spring. Sigh. [NYMag.com] Keep reading »

Jan Brady Gives Dating Advice

Eve Plumb, better known to the world as Jan Brady from “The Brady Bunch,” is starring in a new off-Broadway show, “Miss Abigail’s Guide to Dating, Mating & Marriage,” where she plays an advice columnist. To promote it, Eve gave some of her own dating tips in The New York Post. I’d happily take advice from the forgotten middle sister. Because Marcia got more guys and Cindy was a cutie with a lisp, Jan had to be more strategic about getting male attention. My favorite nuggets of wisdom from Jan Brady, after the jump! Keep reading »

Wonder Woman Is Coming Back, Beyatch!


I watched re-runs on CBS, I owned the underoos, and I had a fake phone booth in my bedroom where I impersonated voices. That’s why I was beyond nostalgic to hear that David E. Kelly (of “Ally McBeal” fame) is working on a television version of “Wonder Woman” for Warner Bros. It’s crucial that he finds the right actress to play Diana Prince/Wonder Woman. Lynda Carter is a tough act to follow. I mean, she looked so good in those huge glasses. [NYMag.com]

After the jump, our casting suggestions for the new Wonder Woman. Keep reading »

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