Topic: matilda

8 Famous Movies Lindsay Lohan Should Have Starred In

8 Famous Movies Lindsay Lohan Should Have Starred In

Ah, Lindsay Lohan. She’s such a versatile young woman when it comes to public scandal. Her life resume boasts practically every controversial experience in the book, but her acting resume isn’t quite as varied. Sure, you got your requisite kids’ movies, your run-of-the-mill teen comedies, the occasional celebrity cameo, and of course the Lifetime biopic. But has Lindsay really used her life experience to her advantage when it comes to her career? So today, in honor of LiLo’s 27th birthday, we present eight famous movies that should most definitely have starred Lindsay Lohan. More »

Even If You Survived Will and Amy, This Rhea Perlman And Danny Devito Divorce News Will Kill You

Even If You Survived Will and Amy, This Rhea Perlman And Danny Devito Divorce News Will Kill You

Even though many of us are still picking up the pieces after the devastating news that one of our favorite couples, Will Arnett and Amy Poehler are divorcing, our freshly broken hearts are going to suffer another devastating blow: Rhea Perlman and Danny Devito are ending their marriage. That’s right, The Wormwood’s are separating. More »

Best News Ever: Matilda Grew Up, Created A Blog And Wrote About How Much Acting Sucks

Best News Ever: Matilda Grew Up, Created A Blog And Wrote About How Much Acting Sucks

Child stars usually tend to do two things: stay in the spotlight and burn out in a drug-infused haze of “finally legal” photoshoots or disappear back into the real world, attend college and emerge as functioning adults. Mara Wilson, the child actress  famous for playing Matilda in the 1996 film, did the latter and apparently turned out really great. More »

For National Read a Book Day: Some Reading Recommendations Based on Childhood Favorites

For National Read a Book Day: Some Reading Recommendations Based on Childhood Favorites

Do you know that today is National Read A Book Day? Have you been ferociously reading to help celebrate? Well don’t worry. Even if you haven’t picked up a book since elementary school, we have some recommendations for you, based on your favorite books from childhood. Now if only Eric Carle could break into the YA market. Wouldn’t The Hunger Games look incredible with collage illustrations? More »

The Best Movies Based on Kids’ Books

The Best Movies Based on Kids' Books

Lisa Cholodenko, director of The Kids are All Right, is in talks to bring the classic kids’ book Alexander and the Horrible, Terrible, No Good, Very Bad Day to the big screen. While some attempts to make films based on kids lit have gone horribly, terribly wrong (see: Where the Wild Things Are) some have managed to translate into classic films, with sometimes questionable messages. More »