I was 12 when I first saw Suddenly, Last Summer. More
Canadian retailers are pulling John Galliano’s fragrance from shelves. -Styleite
This artist/perfumer made a fragrance from his own… ew. -Refinery 29
Someone put a condom on a statue and people are angry about it. -Betty Confidential
I misread the title of this article as sexiest car repair woes. -YourTango
Here is a slideshow of famous emotional eaters. -The Frisky
I think it’s safe to say that most of us, by this point, find the requisite “I love to eat all the bacon and all the cheese and are you going to finish those fries?” comments from actresses in magazine interviews more than a little irritating. We know that they’re not indicative of anything near the truth: every woman in Hollywood cannot be blessed with the ability to consume thousands of calories a day and remain rail thin. It’s just not statistically possible. More
I do. Especially because whenever they talk about how “normally” they eat it’s always something like “yes, I ate a bagel, it was entirely vegan and no larger than a golf ball.” So I’m not entirely surprised to hear Kim Cattrall admit that she’s been on a diet for most of her life. Because, well, yes. However, she still sounds as though she has a healthy attitude about food, remarking: More
This plush pink bed is not for the faint of heart. But if you want to immediately inject a specific style to a room, this might be for you. Add white or gold in the bedding and you have Hollywood glam, or throw some red in there and you could probably get close to brothel.
Amid accusations that she look terrifyingly thin in The Black Swan, Natalie Portman told Vogue:
A vegetarian at home and a vegan when out, she orders a thoroughly eccentric meal: field greens followed by a soft pretzel with mustard, and an elderflower spritzer.
“Is that it?” I ask.
“I swear, I eat. I ate a bagel an hour ago. I consume my own weight in hummus every day. I cook a lot, and I even do vegan baking.
“I like pleasure, I like joy. I’d never get to the point where I would starve or injure myself like Nina does. I’m the opposite—when I’m hungry, I eat, and I always make sure I’m eating something delicious. I’m tough on myself in terms of the standards I want to live up to, but that’s also part of my pleasure: knowing you are being your fullest self. Being your fullest self is a lot of work.”
Okay, that’s probably true. Natalie Portman seems like a pretty levelheaded young lady. My problem is that when starlets exclaim “I eat!” they always follow it up with something like… a bagel.
Or, “I eat! I had some cauliflower!” These things are not impressive. These are things that normal human beings eat all the time. You want to correct your image? You have to make it clear that you are a monstrous, terrifying glutton. Here are some things that I think would make that point more effectively than “a bagel”:
Sometimes, you want to go to an event that you weren’t invited to. Maybe you’ve heard about a party that promises to be a rager, or maybe you know that the object of your affection will be there, or maybe you have it on good authority that there will be some dank catering. Well, here are a few tips for getting in to such an event when you’re not on the guest list, and I’m sorry to say that these are tried and true, mostly by accident: More
Whenever I think about the show “Celebrity Rehab” — which is rare, but it happens — I think to myself, “What is it about celebrities that make them so prone to addiction?”
And then I think, “It’s probably the same gaping emotional void that spurs them to need the attention and love of the entire world in the first place.”
Well, turns out I’m right. More
Would you let your parents watch you have sex?
Of course not. So why would you let them watch you have sex while pretending to be someone else?
You wouldn’t. That’s why. And neither, in a wonderful moment of Hollywood normalcy, would Mila Kunis. More
Deadline Hollywood reports that the moment we’ve all been waiting for since Molly Shannon first stuck her hilarious hands into her equally uproarious armpits has finally come:
“HBO just picked up a comedy from veteran Simpsons writer-producer Tim Long with Molly Shannon attached to star. The untitled comedy would star the Saturday Night Live alumna as a nun who makes the difficult decision to leave the convent and confront life in the outside world.”
The site likens Shannon’s pilot to a Judd Apatow movie with a female lead — a woman who, at 40, has never had sex and has no experience with relationships other than what she leared at the convent. More
Ah, nepotism. It’s the reason that Tori Spelling got to be on 90210 and that anyone cares who Rumer Willis is. But there are a few examples of celebrities who have proven to be talented in their own right and actually deserving of fame and attention. Let’s introduce you to a couple of them. More
This is the best day of my month. CNN reports that The Hobbit is finally being made into a movie, by Peter Jackson. And that’s not all: “According to a joint statement released to The Hollywood Reporter by New Line, … More
You can feel free to say that I’m unnecessarily stirring the pot here, but I think that this was a dig. In her interview with Elle this month — yes, the same one where she said blow job –Paltrow talked about the dearth of roles for women in Hollywood, as every actress apparently needs to do in every interview with every magazine forever. Here’s what she had to say More