Author Archives: Corynne Steindler

Dope! Clueless Co-Stars Alicia Silverstone and Jeremy Sisto Reunite In Suburgatory

Dope! Clueless Co-Stars Alicia Silverstone and Jeremy Sisto Reunite In Suburgatory

Cher and Elton are all grown up, so obviously they’ve left Beverly Hills for the New York suburbs. Um, as if!

Ok, so that’s, like, totally not a new plotline in Suburgatory. But there is going to be an upcoming reunion between Suburgatory‘s main character (played by Jeremy Sisto) and his former Clueless co-star Alicia Silverstone. Hello? She’s a total Betty and landed a recurring role in the ABC comedy. More »

Brad Goreski Is Not Retired. But He’s Still Losing The Rachel Zoe Cat Fight

Brad Goreski Is Not Retired. But He's Still Losing The Rachel Zoe Cat Fight

Rachel Zoe’s uber gay former assistant Brad Goreski is striking back at his mentor in the name of publicity for his new Zoe-Free Bravo show It’s a Brad, Brad World. Basically, Brad’s pissed that Rachel called him out on being a user and is responding by being insanely passive aggressive towards her as a means to promote his new show.

But Brad could stand to learn a bit from his former boss when it comes to public cat fighting. More »

Ryan Gosling Is Too Cool To Accept Time Magazine’s Fake ‘Coolness’ Award

Ryan Gosling Is Too Cool To Accept Time Magazine's Fake 'Coolness' Award

There are so many reasons to love Ryan Gosling besides the fact that he’s dreamy and brooding. He’s also all the things we love in a sensitive guy who makes movie like Drive and then breaks up street fights in his spare time. So when the most mainstream mag of all, Time, decided to give Ryan the decidedly fabricated “Coolest Person of the Year” award, what did he do? He ignored them and their fake award-giving stunt like he ought to. More »

Girls Are Too ‘Scared’ To See Girl With The Dragon Tattoo On The Big Screen

Girls Are Too âScaredâ To See Girl With The Dragon Tattoo On The Big Screen

Is Stieg Larsson’s largely female fanbase too thin-skinned to see their beloved Lisbeth Salandar come to life on the big screen? According to this report in New York Magazine, women who were drawn to The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo are being “scared off” by director David Fincher’s “unforgivingly creepy and dark” interpretation of the first book in Larsson’s wildly successful series. That makes sense. Obviously the only reason women wouldn’t want to see this movie is because they’re scared. More »