Especially Grams and her lustrous locks.
I became a hardcore fan of singer/songwriter Paula Cole back in the 1990s when I first listened to her hit album, This Fire. I sang along to every song, and was obsessed with trying to get to Lilith Fair to see her play live (never did). Yet every time I hear her lilting vocals on her single "I Don't Wanna Wait," I don't think of that album, or Lilith Fair. I think of Dawson's Creek.Read More
Is Anyone Even Surprised Anymore to Hear That an Actress Makes “Significantly Less” Than Her Male Co-Star?
When employees are told not to talk about pay, it's not like we don't all know who that benefits.Read More
Things We Saw Today: Mark Wahlberg Pledges $1.5 Million to the #TimesUp Legal Fund in Michelle Williams’ Name
After it was revealed that Mark Wahlberg was paid 1500 times more than Michelle Williams for the reshoots of All the Money in the World, he donated the $1.5 million he made to the Time's Up legal defense fund.Read More
While Williams took less than $1,000 in support of the reshoots that replaced Kevin Spacey, Wahlberg negotiated for a higher rate 1,500 times more.Read More
Michelle Williams & Ridley Scott Do Not Mince Words Over Kevin Spacey: “You Can’t Get Away With This Anymore”
Ridley Scott is adamant that his decision was a moral one, not one based on money or optics. He told EW, "I sat and thought about it and realized, we cannot. You can’t tolerate any kind of behavior like that. And it will affect the film. We cannot let one person’s action affect the good work of all these other people. It’s that simple."Read More
I've got some good news/bad news about Santa Claus. The good news: he's real! The bad news: he's dead. Sorry, everybody.Read More
Russia's Internet propaganda war on the U.S. is continuing apace.Read More
All this has happened before...
A lot of new footage is being premiered at Comic-Con this weekend in San Diego. Some of it will be delivered to the masses post-con, some won't, and plenty will even though it's not supposed to. But what we have here is the first look from Disney at director Sam Raimi's dive into the world of L. Frank Baum, Oz: The Great and Powerful. The film stars James Franco as Oz himself, Mila Kunis as Theodora, Rachel Weisz as Evanora, and Michelle Williams as Glinda. You won't see the Scarecrow, Tin Man, or Cowardly Lion in this film apparently but you will see Raimi's pal Bruce Campbell (just not in this trailer) and the 1973 Oldsmobile. Oh and, don't adjust your monitors. (via Blastr)Read More