Think you can avoid stalkers by being a quirky “indie” actress who doesn’t flaunt her hotness and isn’t super famous? Think again! Stalkers care not for logic, laws, or any other rules you may throw at them. If they did, they wouldn’t be stalkers. More
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There are a lot of things wrong with Woody Allen‘s latest movie. To Rome With Love is a series of vignettes set in Rome that deal in magical realism, escapism and broad stereotypes. But the biggest misstep might be casting Ellen Page as a femme fatale who steals Jesse Eisenberg from Greta Gerwig. Who let Woody Allen do that? More
Clearly, the one follows from the other. More
Can we get invited to graphic designer Everett Hiller‘s holiday party? Because there are a lot of famous faces who have passed through his humble home, thanks to the power of Photoshop. More
By now, the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo protagonist is Rooney Mara in our eyes and we couldn’t see her any other way. But oh, how different things could have been if David Fincher had gone with another Hollywood actress! Ryan Casey, created of the web comic But You’re Like Really Pretty, imagined a slew of famous leading ladies as Lisbeth Salander, tats and all. More
For someone so rich, Beyoncé sure was a cheapskate when she bought her fake pregnancy belly. The thing deflated when she did something so simple as sit down for an interview! (Also, in .gif form.) Whether Bey was faking it until her surrogate popped out a baby or what, she really should’ve gone the movie route and invested in a reliable fake belly. Consider the faux-baby bumps in our gallery—these have survived the slapstick of rom-coms and fight sequences in epic fantasy films. They could’ve made it through an eleven-minute interview. More
It finally started to cool off this week in New York, and I’ve got to tell you, I am SO HAPPY ABOUT THIS. Fall is my absolute favorite season, and the past couple of years, I’ve felt cheated out of it. For some reason (read: global warming), the seasons have gotten into the habit of from summer right to the dead of winter, forgoing the standard stop at autumn in between. ANYWAY, one of the best things about it starting to get fall-like is that it’s finally time for– you guessed it– seasonal Starbucks beverages! I know, I know– they’re terrible for you. But they’re also delicious, so sometimes, it’s nice to indulge. In honor of the occasion, we’ve matched up Starbucks drinks with the celebrities we think embody them. Who’s a Salted Caramel Mocha? Who’s a deep, dark espresso? Read on to find out! More
The second-to-last episode of Degrassi: In Too Deep airs tonight at 9, and since you probably don’t have time to tune in to TeenNick’s “Every Degrassi Ever” marathon — even though it’s so good — here’s an easier way to get amped up. Ellen Page and Steve Agee are, without a doubt, major Degrassi enthusiasts: They recently organized a podcast with season 1 stars Lauren Collins and Jake Epstein, and now Page and Agee have started @DegrassiQuoter, a Twitter account that they update with the best quotes from the past ten seasons. More
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No, this isn’t some kind of “she’s good at juggling … men!” joke. Seriously, the girl is really good at juggling. Also, she looks cute. More
David Schwimmer‘s second directorial feature Trust is a riveting cautionary tale about what happens when an innocuous Internet friendship translates to real emotional danger in real life. It’s also probably the best portrayal of the Internet and social media that has come from film and television. In the almost twenty years since the Internet became mainstream enough that Hollywood incorporated it into storytelling, we’ve seen digital communication portrayed as deadly, oversimplified, schlocky, and cringeworthy. And then a few filmmakers/TV writers completely get it. More
From its inception, James Gunn‘s Super (out now) has been compared to Mark Millar‘s Kick-Ass (2010), as both are delightfully gory takes on the masked-hero-without-superpowers genre. Both filmmakers recently addressed the similarities, ultimately deciding that they were happy to see each other’s work with the knowledge that although the movies shared the same frame, their stories would be vastly different. More
So they’re not the very first actors to have appeared on Degrassi, since the original show began in 1987. But I was excited to discover that two actors from first class on Degrassi: The Next Generation, which premiered on The N in 2000, are on Twitter.
On Sunday night, Super star Ellen Page tweeted about a podcast she was in the process of recording, with writer-comedian Steve Agee and several other famous Canadians: Lauren Collins and Jake Epstein from Degrassi, and Michael Seater from Disney’s Life with Derek. More
Canada is the Great White North. It’s also the home of good manners and ketchup chips. Oh, and some of our favorite pop culture touchstones. More