There are few things in the world that bring me more joy than watching Britney Spears poorly act and lip-sync in the 2002 chick flick “Crossroads.” It’s going to be a cold, cold winter, which is why I’m even more grateful that the awesomely horrible movies is one of the newest offerings on Netflix, in good company with fellow trainwrecks “Sharknado 2″ and “Jewtopia.” If you can’t find me this month, it’s because I will be curled up in my electric blanket watching Britney whine “I Love Rock & Roll” in a highway pitstop divebar.
To uphold my civil duty in assisting with your winter programming, check out the new movies and TV shows available on Netflix this month after the jump. What will YOU be watching? Keep reading »
In early October, Gloria Steinem and bell hooks sat on stage at the New School in New York City and addressed an audience of like-minded people who listened attentively, fan-girling over the two feminist icons. A young woman asked how conversations about women’s issues can include those who aren’t keenly aware of them. Read more on Huffington Post Women…
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!
The cast of “Friends” have been asked countless times about whether or not they’d be down to get the gang back together, but to my absolute dismay, it still hasn’t happened. Then last week, Jennifer Aniston, who played Rachel on the beloved sitcom, was a guest on Graham Norton and had a revolutionary idea about reuniting Ross, Monica, Rachel, Chandler, Joey and Phoebe.
She told the host:
“At this point, I honestly think we should just wait until we are really much older and have Golden Friends. Then you wouldn’t have the comparison.”
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I can think of no one I would rather exile to an island with not even the clothes on his back than James Franco — so I will obviously be watching him and Seth Rogen on an upcoming episode of “Naked and Afraid.” Each episode of the Discovery channel show features two people forced to fend for themselves, without clothes, on an island for an extended, albeit it relatively brief, period of time. I imagine that Franco and Rogen were getting blazed one night, binging on episodes, when they had the brilliant idea to sign up for show themselves. “Dude.” “Duuuuuuude.” “Let’s do it, dude.” “Dude. Totally.” “You’re in, dude?” “Dude, I am so in.” Etc. Etc. This morning on “Good Morning America,” we got to see a short preview of the episode (skip ahead to 1:30), which looks like it’ll be pretty great, especially if one of them thought to hide an ounce of weed on his, uh, person before stripping down. Naked, afraid … and totally fucking high. Now that would be a very special episode. [The Hollywood Reporter]
Thank god. Comedy Central’s sleeper hit, “Broad City,” is poised to return for a second season on January 14, and we are so excited. And BFFs Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, the show’s stars and its primary writers, have got us all pumped with this trailer. Let’s see, there’s twerking, “white power suits,” a nod to “Pretty Woman,” Seth Rogan yelling at a kitten, lotsa crotch references, “titty chips,” big ol’ bong loads, and drama at Ilana’s grandmother’s Shiva. So, you know, more of the usual hilarity. Can’t wait!