The Lena Dunham media love and defensiveness fest continues today with a long, adoring cover story in Entertainment Weekly. Reading it, I can’t help thinking what interviews with her always make me think: for someone who is so smart about some things, Lena Dunham is really dumb about others. Namely: her own privilege, and not sounding like a huge asshole when discussing topics relating to it. You’d think her publicist would have pulled her aside and had a little talk with her by now, but clearly they haven’t, so I am going to do it for her. More
This weekend Entertainment Weekly, a publication/website I usually respect, wrote an article titled, “Could the Heroine of Pixar’s Brave be Gay?” In honor of pride weekend. When I saw the title, I hesitantly clicked on it. Maybe, I thought, just maybe I’m about to read a wonderfully satircial essay about lesbian stereotypes and the overanalysis of childrens’ films. But no. Instead of breaking any new ground, it just retread on tired cliches about lesbian behavior.
But he does like Samoas! By now, you’ve probably all seen the vaguely-WTF cover of this week’s Entertainment Weekly– and by “WTF,” I mostly mean, “What on Earth is Nathan Fillion doing?” Answer: Making jazz hands while wearing a Green Lantern T-shirt. However, because he’s Nathan Fillion, I’m willing to go with it. More
So I’m not the biggest Chris Evans fan in the entire world, but even I have to admit that in this photo from Entertainment Weekly, Chris looks totally doable. I’m just still not sure how someone can be the Human Torch in one film and the Captain America in the other. Too confusing for comic book fans! Also: wasn’t Kellan Lutz available that you made Chris Evan gain 50 pounds of muscle for this role? More
Yesterday was the makeover episode of America’s Next Top Model: That special time of the year when Miss Tyra Banks gets to take out her rage-gasms on poor, young women who didn’t know any better when the producers took their … More
I’d like to think I know a few things about comics, but didn’t we just watch a trailer with Seth Rogen as the Green Lantern? Oh, that’s the Green Hornet movie? Dammit, how are we supposed to keep these things … More
Entertainment Weekly‘s Michael Ausiello is always good with the TV scoop and this recent installment is no exception. In addition to giving us some amazing Glee scoops, Michael also assures us that Matt Czuchry and his character Cary will be … More
They all look the same to us, except the zoot suit — A quick look at the 18 greatest sweatsuit looks of Glee‘s own fashionista Sue Sylvester. (via Entertainment Weekly)
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OK, that’s an exaggeration. But funny, this: After years of sticking to her guns and refusing to apologize for speaking her truth — whether that be badmouthing Judd Apatow or the Grey’s Anatomy writing team — Katherine Heigl says, “I’m … More
After an eternity of bachelordom, David Schimmer is sealing the deal with photographer-girlfriend Zoe Buckman. He’s 43; she’s 24; they met in London while Schwimmer was directing the 2007 comedy Run Fatboy Run. Entertainment Weekly first reported the news, and … More
With 40 days left to go before the premiere of new Glee episodes, we’re hungry for any scoop about the show that we can get. Today, we hear more details about Neil Patrick Harris‘ guest spot. He’s going to play … More
WOW! According to Entertainment Weekly, our very own Emma Watson is the highest grossing female actor of the entire decade! Of course, it doesn’t hurt that she’s been in six Harry Potter films, which have made a staggering $5.4 billion … More