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After being asked out by lance corporal Jarrod Haschert, Ronda Rousey showed up to the Marine Corps Ball Friday night, proving to the world that she is just as cool about things like that as you would hope. Haschert's post inviting Rousey to the ball racked up millions of views on Facebook, finally prompting Rousey to accept in September, saying, "Do I call him? Or do I set up a time and place like Never Been Kissed and wait until the clock runs out and be like, 'I'm here'?" After Rousey's fight with Holly Holm was moved up to November 14, Rousey got the chance to live up to her word. "After the fight, she never hesitated for a second whether or not she was going to attend," a source told Espn. "She made a promise to a Marine and was going to keep that promise. It was as simple »
- Jackson McHenry
New trailer for Miss You Already
Here’s the synopsis:
From director Catherine Hardwicke (Twilight, Thirteen), starring Drew Barrymore (Never Been Kissed, Charlie’s Angels, The Wedding Singer) and Toni Collette (Muriel’s Wedding, Little Miss Sunshine, About A Boy) comes an honest and powerful story following two best friends through the highs and lows of life.
They say opposites attract. Milly (Toni Collette) is the woman who has everything: a successful career; a devoted husband and two gorgeous kids. Her best friend is Jess (Drew Barrymore), Jess works in a community garden; lives in a »
- Paul Heath
Another former Scientologist is speaking out against the Church, this time in a lengthy essay for Gawker. On Tuesday, June 23, the site published a piece by actress Carmen Llywelyn, who has had small roles in movies including Never Been Kissed and Chasing Amy, and who was married briefly to actor and Scientologist Jason Lee. In the article, titled simply "Why I Left Scientology," Llywelyn details her history with the L. Ron Hubbard-founded religion, including what happened when she read the anti-Scientology book A Piece of Blue [...] »
Just when you thought Drew Barrymore couldn't get any happier, she did! The actress turned 40 in February, and unlike some women in Hollywood, she didn't fret about getting older. "Are you one of those people who gets freaked out about 40?" Ellen DeGeneres asked on her talk show Tuesday. "Oh God, no," the Never Been Kissed star responded. "It's weird. When I was a kid I felt like I should be older, because I was working and not really being a kid. Then when I was in my 20s, I was like, 'I want to be a kid a kid finally'...Now it's the first time in my life that my age has met up with where my life is, and it's perfect." In fact, Barrymore added, "I »
After his Academy Award nominated film The Hunt (starring Mads Mikkelsen), Danish director Thomas Vinterberg adapted Thomas Hardy’s classic love story Far From The Madding Crowd for the big screen. Grammy award-winning composer Craig Armstrong was enlisted to compose the score for the film.
In this eagerly awaited drama, Vinterberg has brought together a first class cast, including Academy Award nominee Carey Mulligan (Never Let Me Go, An Education, Drive), Golden Globe nominee Michael Sheen (Kingdom of Heaven, Midnight in Paris, Frost/Nixon), Matthias Schoenaerts (Rust and Bone, Bullhead) and Tom Sturridge (On The Road).
The film will be in theaters on May 1, 2015.
Far From The Madding Crowd tells the story of independent and headstrong Bathsheba Everdene (Carey Mulligan), who attracts three very different suitors: Gabriel Oak (Matthias Schoenaerts), a sheep farmer, »
- Michelle McCue
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Sarah Michelle Gellar, Melissa Joan Hart, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Freddie Prinze Jr. — these are just a few of the famous names that never fail to trigger ’90s nostalgia. They were some of the biggest celebrities of their generation. But what about the others?
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- Tara Aquino
Don't get me wrong, "Trainwreck" looks hilarious and I can't wait to see it. There ain't going to be any interview and there ain't going to be any story. Here is a list of films and TV shows from just the last 25 or so years featuring female journalists who have sex with or fall in love with their subjects and/or co-workers. "Trainwreck" "Fifty Shades of Grey" "Top Five" "Crazy Heart" "Nashville" "Bad Words" "Iron Man" "Man of Steel" "Smallville" "Rock of Ages" "Law & Order Svu" "House of Cards" "Adaptation" "Three Kings" "Political Animals" "The Devil Wears Prada" "Entourage" "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days" "Thank You For Smoking" "Hitch" "Morning Glory" "Anchorman" "Scary Movie 3" "Ray Donovan" "Scoop" "Up Close and Personal" "Bridget Jones" "Mr. Deeds" "I Love Trouble" "Never Been Kissed" "Hero" "Nightcrawler" is the rare breed, to call the trope a trope (in... the absence of malice, »
- Katie Hasty
7 items from 2015
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