If youâ€™re not at SXSW today, you have unfortunately missed out on a packed and heavily live-tweeted panel by Gloss girl-crush Mindy Kaling. But thatâ€™s OK, because she is so well beloved by people with Twitter accounts that we can basically recreate the experience right here. More
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Vanity Fair set up an Instagram booth at their post-Academy Awards party, resulting in your chance to see the writers, TV stars, singers, and comedians who got left out of the big event. More
You kind of owe us, considering that miserable last Office season. Ehh? More
In case you somehow had moved on the fromÂ Mindy KalingÂ ELLEÂ cover scandal,Â ELLEÂ editor-in-chiefÂ Roberta MyersÂ reminded everyone of the whole event in herÂ March 2014 editor’s letter, just to make sure everyone knows that nobody atÂ ELLEÂ did anything wrong. More
It grows tiresome to see nearly every episode end with another revelation about a guy which, by proxy, means a revelation about Mindy’s self. More
ast night,Â ELLE’s Annual Women in Television CelebrationÂ was held at Sunset Tower in West Hollywood. The event recognizes women who are making it work on TV, so tons of your (or our, at least) favorite famous human beings were there. FromÂ Zooey DeschanelÂ andÂ Malin AkermanÂ toÂ Joel McHaleÂ andÂ Emmy Rossum, the lineup was pretty excellent. More
Last night’s episode ofÂ The Mindy Project focused on the fact that Mindy Kaling‘s lead character, Mindy, had never let a boyfriend see her completely naked, even during sex. This set up an episode wherein Mindy worked out with her coworker and sexual tension partner Danny (Chris Messina) eventually resulting in a hijinks-filled situational comedy standby: they accidentally see each other naked. The entire episode provided a worthwhile conversation about body image and confidence. More
The lack of diverse women in any capacity in magazines is already a travesty, but when they finally get themselves there, they get treated as less than. And then they have to say “thank you.” More
Yesterday,Â ElleÂ released their February “Women In Television” issue, complete with four covers featuringÂ Mindy Kaling,Â Amy Poehler,Â Allison Williams, andÂ Zooey Deschanel. The Internet (including me) was quick to notice that the covers had a curious issue: while Poehler, Williams, and Deschanel were shot with about 75% of their bodies visible and in full color,Â Kaling’s photo was cropped to only show her face, and was black and white. It’sÂ Melissa McCarthyÂ all over again, and just like that time around,Â ElleÂ responded to the criticism with a fairly tone deaf example of missing the point. More
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Happily, Mindy Kaling landed her first major magazine cover on February’s issue ofÂ Elle. The cover is one of four for the “Women in Television” issue, also featuring Amy Poehler, Zooey Deschanel, and Allison Williams. News outlets like The Huffington Post were quick to laudÂ Elle for their placement of Kaling on a cover, but seemed to miss the fact that Kaling received a very different treatment than the other cover girls. More
Check out what Oprah, Julianne Hough, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, James Franco and more were up to on Turkey Day.
I realize I’m being part of the problem right now, but c’mon, guys. More
You know what’s awesome? Movies with lots of awesome people it them. One of those upcoming movies isÂ This Is The End, an apocalyptic summer comedy (best new genre, y/y?) starringÂ James Franco, Jonah Hill, Emma Watson,Â Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel, Danny McBride, Mindy Kaling,Â Craig Robinson and more. And what’s even more awesome? Those people, plus more of our favorite
stoners Hollywood performers with excellent senses of humor, all up on the red carpet looking snazzy and hanging out together.
Oh, and Wilmer Valderrama, but I think that was an accident, IDK. More