5 items from 2012
Suri Cruise has lived in the lap of luxury for most of her six years of life. She's got multiple homes, expensive designer clothes, bodyguards galore, the use of a private jet -- everything a six-year-old style icon could possibly desire. Since Katie Holmes filed for divorce from Tom Cruise, though, Katie's been determined to give Suri a more normal existence.
This fall, Suri will enter school for the first time. Of course, she's attending the posh girls' school Convent of the Sacred Heart in New York City, which boasts alumni like Lady Gaga, Madonna's daughter Lourdes Benedicto, and a handful of Kennedys -- but it's a far cry from the home-schooling she's received thus far.
But before school begins on in the first week of September, Suri has been enjoying her remaining days of freedom, just being a regular kid with her mom. Katie took Suri to her hometown of Toledo, »
It took a full century since Edgar Rice Burroughs created the character in 1912, but "John Carter" is finally slicing, dicing and leaping his way through Martian bad guys to a theater near you via the magic (and deep pockets) of Walt Disney Pictures.
But wait, what's that you say? "John Carter isn't a soldier transported to Mars, he's an emergency room doctor in Chicago!" Them's fightin' words.
To clear up confusion and dishonor, we're pitting Taylor Kitsch's John Carter against Noah Wyle's John Carter from the long-running NBC show "ER." These two had better draw their swords/scalpels and get ready for one serious showdown.
Dr. John Truman Carter III: Emergency medicine physician, philanthropist
John Carter of Mars: Confederate Civil War captain, treasure hunter
Advantage: Doctor. Even though the Virginian wins points for general badassery, he mos def picked the wrong side to fight in during the Civil War, »
- Max Evry
The film is based on the novel "How I Created My Perfect Prom Date" by author Todd Strasser :
"...'Nicole Maris' (Melissa Joan Hart) and 'Chase Hammond' (Adrian Grenier) live next door to each other. Nicole lives with her divorced mother and Chase's mother died, , making them two teens living with their single parents. However, they are worlds apart. Nicole is up on the latest fashions. Chase, on the latest protest. She wouldn't miss a pep rally or basketball game with her scheming socialite friends. He can usually be found in a dark coffee room with his friends who don't care what they wear.
"Nicole wants a dream date with the star basketball player, but right before it was certain they were going together, he falls in love with a cheerleader. »
- Michael Stevens
Batman, Superman, Spider-Man, The Avengers and – SuperMoms? Yes, and it’s as silly as it sounds. Joey Lauren Adams, Julie Warner, Lourdes Benedicto and Brennen Hesser join forces to bring the SuperMoms to life, a group of moms who are struck by lightning and left with superpowers that they use to, well, in the first episode, battle a band of stinky skunks. That first episode just debuted on the SuperMom Facebook page yesterday with more episodes coming every Tuesday for the next seven weeks. The pieces are also being syndicated across the Joost Media Network. Each episode features the moms in the real world, but then, when duty calls, they »
- Perri Nemiroff
RedLever studios and Emmy Award-winning producer Jonathan Prince launched web series SuperMoms on Facebook and Joost today. The series stars Joey Lauren Adams (Chasing Amy, The Break-Up), Julie Warner (Nip/Tuck, Tommy Boy), Lourdes Benedicto (V, 24) and Brennen Hesser (So noTORIous)—four women who are not only super moms but actual superheroes, faced with the challenges of both dirty diapers and dirty tricks from their arch-enemy, Dr. Deconstructo. The show also features football and reality star, Hank Baskett, as the "man behind a SuperMom." The eight episode series features a retro-style (reminiscent of Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog) that blends live-action and animated superhero story lines, with new episodes debuting Tuesdays on Facebook. The series—not-so-subtly sponsored by Clorox—successfully targets its demographic, shrewdly identifying favorite topics of momdom: blind dates, girl talk, cats, mother-in-laws, makeovers, and, of course, firemen (...and "epic battles against chaos," too). But SuperMoms also reinforces some »
- Drew Baldwin
5 items from 2012
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