One thing we can all probably agree on is that hearing celebrities’ first kiss stories is a lot of fun, especially when they’re awkward. And what’s more awkward than locking lips for the first time in your life surrounded by cameras and crew people telling you which way to move your head? Very few things. More
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How I Live Now, starring Saoirse Ronan, George MacKay, and Tom Holland just came out in theaters November 8th! “Set in the near-future UK, Ronan plays Daisy, an American teenager sent to stay with relatives in the English countryside. While there, … More
Last week we did the worst case casting decisions for the Little Women, and this week we’re back with the best-case scenario casting choices. Just to apologize for trolling you so hard last time. More
Happy birthday to Zach Galifianakis, who turns forty-four on this blessed day. Now there’s a guy with a complicated name, know what I mean? Like I get that it’s his birthday and all, but Zach knows what he did. Or what his parents did, rather. Any time I want to write about his antics, I have to look up whether he’s a Zack or a Zac or a Zach or even the rare breed of Zak who lives exclusively in The Bachelorette mansion and does shots of flavored vodka off his fellow bros. And don’t even get me started on his last name. More
Violet & Daisy, set to be released this month, stars Saoirse Ronan and Alexis Bledel who unexpectedly play the roles of teenage assassins. The girls, who appear cute and kind, are not so sweet and innocent as they take on hit jobs and seek out high profile crime figures in New York City. Their incentive: money to buy expensive dresses. More
I just watched the new trailer for Violet & Daisy starring Alexis Bledel and Saoirse Ronan and my first thought was, “Holy cow! Why are innocent looking girls murdering people all the time these days?” More
When I got to the theater and within ten minutes saw a lap dance gone gorily wrong followed by a head getting severed off with cheese wire, I knew that I wasn’t in Forks anymore. More
Check out these promotional stills from The Host, the new project by Twilight author Stephenie Meyer, and join me as I piece together the plot of the movie without ever having read the book. More
Trust me when I say you’ll want to watch the trailer for Stephenie Meyer‘s alien invasion tale The Host, starring Saoirse Ronan, Max Irons, and Jake Abel. More
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Yes, Twilight is drivel, but maybe its fame will ensure that a better sci-fi story gets told. I’m talking, of course, about Stephenie Meyer‘s The Host. From the experienced screenwriter adapting the novel to the talented stars populating this intriguing body-snatchers film, there are plenty of reasons why you shouldn’t write off The Host without seeing it. More
You could be part of the first trailer for Stephenie Meyer‘s The Host! (Starring Saoirse Ronan and written/directed by Andrew Niccol, so we know it’ll be at least passably good.) We have a guess or two as to how they’ll incorporate fans into the trailer. More
Another day, another actor praising what must be Saoirse Ronan‘s best asset: Her piercing blue eyes. Even though Saoirse’s been in big films like Atonement and The Lovely Bones and nabbed herself an Oscar nomination, it always comes back to those orbs. More interesting, they manage to change shades depending which film or red-carpet event she’s at; we count at least eight different colors. And you won’t believe the way people fall over themselves to describe those eyes — we’ve come up with the actual quotes. More
You didn’t think that Breaking Dawn would be the end of Stephenie Meyer‘s books being adapted for the big screen, did you? Sure, the Twilight author has mentioned continuing the series with the strange Jacob Black/Renesmee Cullen romance, but until that rumor gets confirmed, it’s her 2008 book The Host that looks to be getting a movie, with Saoirse Ronan attached to star. More
A-listers congregated at the Royal Opera House in London last night for the 63rd annual British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards. The event attracted plenty of Oscar hopefuls who are currently campaigning for a golden statuette, including Up … More