10 items from 2017
Justin Bieber has had his fair share of accidents in public — most of them involving high-profile falls while on tour.
So when the 22-year-old pop star was seen walking down the streets of West Hollywood, Los Angeles on Thursday with a giant wet stain on the crotch of his designer sweatpants, the Internet obviously just assumed Bieber had peed himself. (Yes, #JustinPeeber was a thing.)
But the “Love Yourself” singer has a totally reasonable explanation.
Late in the evening on Thursday, Biebs set the record straight about the source of the stain. “Someone got me flowers and I was driving, »
- Dave Quinn
I find it pretty fortuitous that Step Brothers was on Starz last night and I’m reading about the fact that there are no plans for a sequel today. P.S. I love when it’s on real cable movie channel. Watching it edited for language is absolutely brutal. Let’s talk about Step Brothers for a minute. First of all I have a very hard time accepting the fact that this movie is almost 10 years old already. Second of all, I place it in my all-time top five for comedies. Yes, seriously. Dumb and Dumber and Ace Ventura have automatic spots. I’d
Step Brothers was On Last Night and There’s No Plans for a Sequel »
- Nat Berman
Back in September of 2015, Oz Perkins’ horror film “The Blackcoat’s Daughter” premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and spent most of the past year and a half on the festival circuit. Now, the film will finally receive a theatrical release through A24.
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The film follows Kat (Kiernan Shipka) and Rose (Lucy Boynton), two girls left alone at their prep school over winter break when their parents mysteriously fail to pick them up. While the girls experience increasingly creepy occurrences at the school, Joan (Emma Roberts), a troubled young woman on the road is determined to get to the school as fast as she can. But as Joan gets closer, Kat slips further into the grasp of an unseen evil force while Rose tries desperately to help her. The film co-stars Lauren Holly (“Dumb and Dumber”), James Remar (“Sex and the City »
- Vikram Murthi
They do — again!
Nearly 18 years after tying the knot, David and Victoria Beckham have renewed their vows. In an interview with BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs for a special 75th-anniversary edition, the soccer star opened up about the special ceremony.
“We have renewed our vows since ,” he said. “It was a lot more private, about six people there in our house.”
Their vow renewal was much more intimate than their lavish 1999 wedding, in which they wore matching ensembles.
“I even had a top hat in purple,” he joked. “What was I thinking? I looked like the guys out of Dumb and Dumber. »
- Jodi Guglielmi
Nearly 18 years after tying the knot, David and Victoria Beckham are taking steps to keep their marriage strong.
In a rare interview over the weekend on a special 75th anniversary edition of BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs, the retired soccer star opened up about life with former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham, admitting that the A-list couple recently renewed their wedding vows.
“We have renewed our vows since [our first wedding]. It was a lot more private, about six people there in our house,” David, 41, stated about the quiet affair.
Their renewal was a far cry from their lavish nuptials in 1999 where the couple wore matching purple outfits. “I even had a top hat in purple,” he noted. “What was I thinking? I looked like the guys out of Dumb and Dumber.”
The sportsman further elaborated on making his marriage to Victoria »
Production has wrapped on Canadian writer-director Peter Ricq's Dead Shack and along with word that Raven Banner have picked up Canuck distribution rights to the film, a first still has arrived online and it's a good 'un. Dead Shack is a horror dark comedy that centres on three kids who, while on a weekend getaway at a rundown cottage in the woods, must save their hard-partying parents from their predatory cabin neighbor who is intent on feeding them all to her undead family. Yep, teen kids in the woods with their drunk parents and the undead. What could go wrong? Lauren Holly (Dumb And Dumber) anchors the cast as the villainous neighbor and while this is technically the feature debut from Ricq, the man actually...
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Television personality Sherri Shepherd blasted her exes Lamar Sally and Jeff Tarpley in a series of tweets. Sherri Shepherd Blasts Exes In Twitter Rant The tweets were in reference to her ongoing child support cases with both men, where she claimed they teamed up and were working against her. “How many ex husbands does it take to get […]
- Hillary Luehring-Jones
Dustin Guy Defa makes his Sundance Film Festival feature debut with “Person to Person,” and he doesn’t know what to expect. He’s had a lot of disappointments in his life, ranging from being the kind of penniless artist whose survival demands long-term couch surfing to overcoming a nightmare family of origin. (It yielded his 2011 Sundance short, “Family Nightmare.”)
However, “Person To Person” also gives real weight to the time-worn trope that values the journey over the destination. With a cast that includes names like Michael Cera and”Broad City” star Abbi Jacobson as well as indie filmmaking stalwarts like David Zellner and Benny Safdie, it reflects the success he’s had building his place in independent filmmaking and the joy he brings with it. “It comes through loud and clear in his work,” said filmmaker David Lowery, a longtime Defa fan. “It’s the reason why his movies »
- Eric Kohn
Robin Bell Jan 13, 2017
You know you're a fan of something when that fandom is put to the test. Did you stick with Community when Dan Harmon wasn't writing it? During the barren 90s did you cling onto the hope that Doctor Who would return and be fantastic? Those moments when your patience and perseverance are tested are what make the privilege of being a fan important.
FM: You have been an actor in Los Angeles for a while now, was it always your dream to be an actor? How did acting come about for you?
It really was. I have always been happy when I am acting. I do have other interests, but nothing has made me feel more alive, more excited than acting. I love portraying a character. I love having the ability to affect and influence the audience’s emotions and state of mind (If your production is good enough). Acting came about through high school. I took an elective drama class and was hooked. I never had so much fun at doing anything before.
FM: I understand you were born in Chicago. How »
- Gary Collinson
10 items from 2017
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