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20 Headlines About Kim Kardashian's Style I Still Kind of Can't Believe I Wrote (and You Won't Either)

20 Headlines About Kim Kardashian's Style I Still Kind of Can't Believe I Wrote (and You Won't Either)
When I graduated from Northwestern in 2008, Keeping Up with the Kardashians was little more than a gleam in Kris Jenner’s eye – and Kim, Khloé and Kourtney were little more than bandage-clad, platform pump-wearing socialites with an uncanny ability to give good quote (slash SNL inspiration). I was aware of them, but they weren’t part of my waking and sleeping consciousness … yet.

Then Kim’s wedding to Kris Humphries made the cover of People, and I found myself creating a gallery of Kim’s 10 Best White Dresses. I didn’t know it at the time, but this was the
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Exclusive: Marion Ross and Dominique Schilling Discuss their new film 'A Reason'

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Cinelinx recently had the opportunity to talk with actress Marion Ross and writer/director Dominique Schilling about their new film A Reason. Join us as we discuss Marion’s role, the making of the film, and what it’s like to be part of the film festival circuit.

A Reason is a thrilling independent drama that focuses on relationships between people in a family and across multiple generations. The film focuses on Serena, a distraught young misfit, and Nathan her controlling older brother. They are forced to endure a dreaded family gathering at the house of their elderly Aunt Irene to hear the reading of her will - setting off an unexpected course of events that ultimately forces the clan to reevaluate their views on love, forgiveness, and family.

The film was written and directed by Dominique Schilling. She is also co-owner of Risberg-Schilling Productions, which financed A Reason. She
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Interview Watch: Wood Calls Gosling James Dean, Pinto Reveals Herself, How Del Toro Chooses Projects

Interview Watch: Wood Calls Gosling James Dean, Pinto Reveals Herself, How Del Toro Chooses Projects
[/link]'s next film, George Clooney's The Ides of March (pictured), sticks to her pattern of choosing gritty roles (think Thirteen, Down in the Valley, Mildred Pierce). Her Ides character is embroiled in a sex scandal. So what does Wood say about politicians in the news? She tells Vulture, "Yeah, politicians are also kinky and some of them cheat on their wives and some of them are gay. Like normal people. It's not really shocking to me." She also admits to loving Justin Bieber "unashamedly" and holds out the possibility of venturing into music. As for her Ides co-star Ryan Gosling: "I get the feeling [when he walks into a room] that that must have been how people felt when James Dean walked ...
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Bonnie Says: How Kate Middleton & Prince William Are Making Sure Their Love Won’t Be Destroyed By The Spotlight!

Kate and William, you are so smart! I applaud you for making life and love decisions that will prevent your relationship from crashing and burning!

You have clearly looked at the tragic mistakes made by William‘s parents, Diana and Charles, and you are making every effort to avoid them. Here’s what you’re doing right:

Love Decision #1:

Moving Far Away From Meddling In-Laws Like the Queen — To North Wales!

William and Kate, your decision to settle down in William’s farmhouse on the island of Anglesley, five hours north on London and near the tiny town of Holyhead (population 11,237) is brilliant.

You’ll be living close to William’s Raf base, where he’s a Flight Lieutenant in the Royal Air Force’s Search and Rescue squad.

So not only are you living together like most newlyweds and not trying to have a commuter marriage where Will
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Tiff 2010: Womb Review

Young Rebecca finds the love of her life at a very tender age of twelve with Tommy. They spend an endlessly cloudy and rainy summer on a spartan beach where they share their souls and first kiss. They watch a snail crawl over a porcelain surface, the merging of sterile and virgin and organic and slimey.  Being bound to move away to Tokyo after the summer, thousands of miles and 12 years of time do not stop Rebecca (now played by Eva Green at her most beautiful and detached) and Tommy (Matt Smith) from picking up right where they left off. An almost feral bond of love, these two are in another world completely when they are together, one where words are barely necessary such is their mutual connection. She has made a career programming sonar equipment, a job that can be done over the internet at the remote beach, and
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