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16 Celebs Whose Unconventional Looks We Love

16 Celebs Whose Unconventional Looks We Love

Not to get all ‘first world problems’ on you right now, but it’s a pretty tough world that celebrities live in, in case you hadn’t noticed. Sure, they get paid millions of dollars, but they’re also under an extreme amount of pressure to look and act perfect at all times. Which is why I’m so appreciative of these sixteen unconventional stars, who have accepted their supposed ‘flaws’ and are all the more attractive for them. More »

‘The Change-Up’ May Seem Like Escapism for Guys, But It’s Actually a Female Fantasy

'The Change-Up' May Seem Like Escapism for Guys, But It's Actually a Female Fantasy

This year has already seen several comedies marketed to men in which belabored husbands get to take a break from marriage. You had Hall Pass early in the year, wherein Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis‘ wives gave them carte blanche for a whole week. Today’s big release is The Change-Up, in which Ryan Reynolds and Jason Bateman switch bodies. Not surprisingly, Reynolds gets the short end of the stick, while Bateman gets to run around as a hot single guy, and catch the attention of his crush Olivia Wilde.

However, both of these movies have one very important thing in common: The guy who’s all talk but never follows through. We’d go so far as to say he’s neutered… and the producers seem to be banking on him as the female moviegoers’ ultimate fantasy. More »

The Good, Bad, and Good (But Upsetting) Films from Cannes

The Good, Bad, and Good (But Upsetting) Films from Cannes

Cannes is underway, and if you (like us) don’t have the luxury of hanging out in France to see the rough cuts of hot new movies and witness the bidding wars, our roundup is the next best thing. We’ve got the deets on which films are looking good and which have alrady flopped. This year there seems to be an interesting dichotomy between films that had great buzz: There were those that either met or exceeded expectations (and got some financial backing for their efforts), and then those that were well-done but highly disturbing in terms of subject matter. More »