Did you ever have any doubt that Alec Baldwin should play Hades? Silly mortal! More
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Emma Thompson wants to see more “gender-blind” casting, and she says she would like to play a female Sherlock Holmes. She’d be great, and so would these other twelve actresses. More
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
I don’t want to say that Halloween is the most stressful part of the year — because god knows we all have to keep coming up with inventive ways to celebrate Arbor Day and how many tree-themed recipes can there really be in the world? — but it’s definitely up there. More
Very often at Crushable we declare that a celebrity simply cannot be a real person. We don’t always specify exactly what that celebrity could be if not a real person, but the conspiracy theory exists nonetheless. Be it that they don’t exist at all or that they’re simply not human, some stars just give you that vibe. More
There is no doubt in my mind that I’m completely missing the artsy, fashionable point of Tilda Swinton‘s cover shoot for the May Issue of W Magazine, but that doesn’t mean I’m enjoying it any less. I literally can’t stop laughing. More
We loved Moonrise Kingdom in theaters and we’ll love it just as much on Blu-ray and DVD! Set on an island off the coast of New England in the summer of 1965, Moonrise Kingdom tells the story of two 12-year-olds who fall … More
“I’ve had many, you know, ‘happy ending sleepovers’ in my early youth,” Ezra Miller says candidly in a new interview. You know, this frankness about his sexuality is just what we’d expect from the We Need to Talk About Kevin star, who’s done a handful of gay roles. More
With the Golden Globes just a few days away, tonight’s Critic’s Choice Movie Awards was a chance for starlets to test out stylists and red carpet poses. Some — Emma Stone and Elizabeth Olsen to name two — were gorgeous in unusual silhouettes and bright colors. Others were predictably on par in long black dresses or distinctive pantsuits.
We’ve collected our favorite looks from the first star-studded red carpet event of the 2012 awards season. Tell us if you agree with our picks. More
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You’ve started to hear the name “Ezra Miller” going around–maybe because of his quirky fashion sense or brief relationship with co-star Zoe Kravitz. Definitely because of his chilling role in We Need to Talk About Kevin opposite Tilda Swinton and John C. Reilly. Check out the five facts we’ve compiled about Ezra’s life, hobbies, and how he got to play Kevin. More
We need to talk about We Need To Talk About Kevin. More
Happy 4th of July weekend, everybody! Sure, you could celebrate by dressing up in a snazzy red, white, and blue outfit; but why not get a little creative about it and dress up your hair instead? Take a cue from these 12 celebs and their colorful patriotic ‘dos:
Celebrities lead such different lives than most of us mere mortals that sometimes it can be hard to believe they’re real people. Guess what? They may not be! As a matter of fact, they might actually be aliens! While last week’s aliens were all most definitely fictional, I assure you that this weeks’ are one hundred percent real. Tread carefully, though; while some of these real celebrity aliens may want to be your friend, others may be out to take over the world one horrid pop song at a time. This handy guide should help you to separate the friendly aliens from the hostile ones. More
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