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Joscha and Kai spend the night together, but it was cut short because Joscha’s team showed up at he and Raquel’s apartment. Luckily, Kai was able to sneak out without being spotted, but the close call made Joscha realize he can’t see Kai again…
It’s nice to see two gay men who meet and don’t spend months with grade school courtship rituals and chaste hand holding before getting down to business. I appreciate that unlike so many other TV gays (even ones in long term relationships!) Joscha and Kai don’t seem to have taken a vow of chastity. »
- Anthony D. Langford
In a New York Times piece, the 46-year-old revealed that she's in a relationship with a woman.
"We had an immediate connection but didn't think of it as romantic or sexual," the "Prisoners" star wrote of media executive Clare Munn. "She was one of the most beautiful, charming, brilliant and funny people I had ever met, but it didn't occur to me, until that soul-searching moment in my garden, that we could perhaps choose to love each other romantically."
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When Maria Bello first met Clare, she had an "immediate connection." "I didn't think of it as romantic or sexual," Bello says in a New York Times column published Sunday titled Coming Out As A Modern Family. "She was one of the most beautiful, charming, brilliant, and funny people I had ever met, but it didn't occur to me that we could perhaps choose to love each other romantically." The actress, known for her work in Coyote Ugly and Grown Ups, has a 12-year-old son, Jackson, from a former relationship and says she struggled with how to tell her only »
- Emily Strohm
Washington, December 2: Maria Bello has revealed that she is gay in a column for the New York Times, adding that she has been in a long-term relationship with her best female friend.
The 46-year-old actress has said that her 12-year-old son had been getting suspicious and wondered if she was hiding something from him.
Bello writes that this was the moment she had been anticipating and dreading for months and that she took a deep. »
- Ketali Mehta
Maria Bello came out in a New York Times editorial in which she revealed that she's been in a long-term relationship with a woman.
In "Coming out as a Modern Family," the 46-year-old Coyote Ugly and Prime Suspect actress opened up about telling her 12-year-old son from a previous relationship that she is in a relationship with her best friend Clare. "I was...
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- Natalie Abrams
She may no longer be on the show, but Karen Gillan will always be the 11th Doctor's first companion on "Doctor Who." Shes also forever the Doctor's favorite ginger. Gillan is celebrating her 26th birthday on Thursday (November 28), which also happens to be Thanksgiving in the United States.
As a way to combine the celebrations, here are eight reasons to be very thankful for Gillan and the fact that's out there brightening everyone's day.
1. She's Amy Pond. This should be enough for just about anyone. As the Doctor's companion, she was at her raggedy man's side through all manner of adventures in space and time.
2. She's pretty good at bowling, even if she doesn't know what she's doing.
3. She's Nebula in "Guardians of the Galaxy." From Doctor's companion to Marvel Cinematic Universe? Good on you, Karen.
4. She's ready to go whenever they get around to remaking "Coyote Ugly."
5. Her time machine plan is very smart. »
At their American Music Awards performance, Ke$ha and Pitbull played up the western vibe of their hit single "Timber." Now, the new video for the song is country on crack. Watch it here or below. In the same way the pop single mashes together country and rap, the video for "Timber" throws all these elements on screen. Dressed in an outfit inspired by "Coyote Ugly," Ke$ha dances seductively in a bar and on a farm, while Pitbull raps from the beach. It's the Florida Panhandle-meets-Miami and, for these two, it oddly works. Though Ke$ha and Pitbull never find one »
- Whitney Phaneuf
The majority of MTV’s recent batch of docuseries could be compared to a questionable vat of jungle juice — with a mixture of cheap booze, sugary mixer and only disposable Solo cups to dole out the concoction, this brand of reality TV may provide a few amusing, blurry moments, but the hangover that follows is often rife with headaches and a nasty aftertaste that you find yourself desperately trying to brush away.
I’ve always avoided jungle juice at parties, but when it comes to MTV, I often find myself with a red plastic cup, sampling the brew. I am the intersection of two circles on the viewership Venn diagram — one labeled “TV journalist,” the other “targeted demographic” – so when MTV rolled out several pilots for unscripted series over the last few months, I chugged some water, grabbed some aspirin, and began watching, hoping for the best.
“Big Tips Texas” debuted on Oct. »
- AJ Marechal
The trick of Miley Cyrus is that we’re not talking about anybody but Miley Cyrus right now. Her Vma performance with Robin Thicke, who dressed as Beetlejuice‘s Floridian pimp nephew, was maybe offensive, ill-conceived, not conceived, and a mess, but that’s more than I remember about Katy Perry‘s anodyne performance of “Roar” or Bruno Mars‘ serviceable take on “Gorilla.” Though Lady Gaga delivered a pitch-perfect, costume-morphing rendition of “Applause,” she mainly served up an affirmation of her own shtick. Miley gave us something more sinister: an all-new entity with a jiggling tongue and marionette pelvis who wanted to be called Miley Cyrus.
Since that time, she’s vaulted into a PR blitz which has included an SNL appearance, a radio-ready ballad called “Wrecking Ball,” Good Morning America, a ridiculous Terry Richardson photo spread, and an unexpected epistolary war with Sinead O’Connor. Just a month after »
- Louis Virtel
The Lone Star State’s more conservative quadrants have discussed seceding from the U.S., and after “Big Tips Texas,” perhaps Texans should be encouraged to act on the impulse, and take MTV with them. Essentially just a reality-tv knockoff of the movie “Coyote Ugly,” this half-hour series features boozy, brawling waitresses and female bartenders at a little place called Redneck Heaven, where one speaks of making the customers “happy and horny.” The fabricated conflict begins to wear thin almost immediately, but practically speaking, it’s hard to go wrong with Southern miscreants these days — unless that happens to be “Buckwild.”
Morgan, one of the new girls, arrives with a fiery chip on her slim shoulders and quickly begins picking a fight with Amber, a statuesque “lesbian magnet” who “talks like a sailor” and could probably out-drink the fleet. The rivalry between the two provides the spine of the two-part premiere, »
- Brian Lowry
Here’s what you missed on Glee: Brittany landed a scholarship to MIT and left high school in the middle of the year to pursue her secret Ravenclaw dreams. Rachel got a callback to play Fanny Brice in the revival of Funny Girl on Broadway. Blaine bought an engagement ring from a lesbian couple who afflicted him with Immediate Forever Syndrome. Sam developed an allergy to scissors. And New New Directions won Regionals with one of Sweet Marley Rose‘s original compositions. (The one about puppies and kittens frolicking over a rainbow hand-in-hand with baskets of sprinkle-cupcakes for homeless people.)
Rachel Berry kills at her Funny Girl callback because she has been practicing for this exact moment for all of her whole life, but the director cuts her short and the leading man blows off her fawning because she is only 18, after all, and her one major accomplishment in »
- Heather Hogan
For years I’ve been attempting to write a piece entitled ‘Why Jerry Bruckheimer needs to Ditch Disney’ but it’s never come off. I’m not entirely sure why I never managed to write anything on the subject but now news breaks that Disney and Bruckheimer Films will be parting ways at the end of 2014, it seems like the perfect time to write my reasons for why I think the main man Jerry needs to break free from The Mouse House.
Disney and Bruckheimer Films first got together back in the 1990s with movies including The Ref, Con Air, Armageddon, Enemy of the State, Gone in 60 Seconds, Coyote Ugly, Pearl Harbor, Bad Company, Veronica Guerin, King Arthur, Confessions of a Shopaholic and Déjà Vu which all fell under the Touchstone Pictures label which is owned by Disney. Because of the success of Touchstone, »
- David Sztypuljak
“Restaurant culture became really big in my life early on because a lot of my friends, when we were starting out, had apartments so crammed and tiny that you couldn’t really all get together for dinner at somebody’s house – sometimes, people just have their beds in closets,” Piper Perabo says of her first New York City home, which was a reasonable commute to a waitressing gig in Union Square, and not too far from the dive bar Coyote Ugly that inspired the 2000 same-named hit film featuring the actress in her breakout role. She grew to love neighborhood hangouts like Schiller’s.
- Ashley Lee
• While We’re the Millers continues to score at the box office, star Jason Sudeikis has lined up another comedy — Sleeping with Other People, from Bachelorette writer-director Leslye Headland. Sudekis would play a womanizer who befriends a chronic cheater, played by Headland’s Bachelorette star Kirsten Dunst. They find solace in one another, and, of course, things get complicated. [Deadline]
• Alyson Stoner and Adam Sevani will reprise their roles as Camille Cage and Robert “Moose” Alexander III in the fifth installment of the Step Up franchise, with returning cast members Stephen “tWitch” Boss, Ryan Guzman, and Briana Evigan. Coyote Ugly actress »
- Lindsey Bahr
Piper Perabo is a bride-to-be! The Covert Affairs star, 36, is set to wed boyfriend Stephen Kay, Us Weekly can confirm. The actress' new fiance works with her on her USA Network series. Kay is a director-producer for the show, which is currently filming its fourth season. He's also an actor who has appeared on General Hospital and Party of Five. Perabo, meanwhile, stars as CIA agent Annie Walker on Covert Affairs. She is also known for playing leading lady Violet Sanford in the 2000 movie Coyote Ugly. Incidentally, [...] »
Drinking games have the power to make bad movies good and good movies even better. But if you're trying to keep up drink-for-drink with the pros in some of the better-known drinking movies in cinema history, you may soon find yourself in full-on shutdown mode.
We checked out the drinking stats of "The Spectacular Now" and "The World's End" — two new movies that are mega-high on the booze intake — as well as some time-tested drinking favorites to show you just how much drinking you'd have to do to keep up in a round of "they drink on screen, we drink at home."
We've even gotten all mathematical with it, with a scoring breakdown that looks like this:
Sips: 1 Point
Cheers: 1 Point
Chugs: 5 Points
Shots: 5 Points
Oh yeah, and for goodness' sake, kids, drink along with your favorite movies responsibly.
10. 'The Hangover' (2009)
Total Score: 24
Inebriation Level: "I'm Trying »
- Adam D'Arpino
Like Kelly Clarkson sings, "Everybody has a dark side" -- and Piper Perabo has apparently decided to indulge hers. On Tuesday, Aug. 6, the usually blonde Covert Affairs actress, 36, showed off a dark new 'do on the Toronto set of her USA Network series. The star -- who has rocked light-colored locks since getting her big break in the 2000 movie Coyote Ugly -- styled her brunette hair in long, loose waves. She complemented the new look with a edgy, motorcycle-chic outfit: a black leather jacket, [...] »
We get that Avril Lavigne is into alternative outfits, and we completely understand that music video costumes can be bizarre, but this look is beyond our comprehension. What in the world is the "Smile" singer wearing? So far we see an army helmet, a kelp green bustier, sparkly thigh high socks, a row of bullets worn as a sash, and giant, terrifying platform boots. And that's only half of what this rocker is wearing! Since Avril is keeping the song behind this look a secret, we've been forced to do a little guessing on the topic. Here are our top three ideas: 1. It's about a military woman from the future who takes a job as a honky-tonk bar dancer ala Coyote Ugly 2. It's an »
Leather is a tough look to pull off ... and this proves it.
The lovely Piper Perabo stepped out in a pair of leather biker shorts as she headed to a radio interview in NYC on July 23. The "Covert Affairs" star, 36, attempted to glam up her ensemble with a loose-fitting white blouse and purple heels.
Perabo, who shot to fame as Violet Sanford in "Coyote Ugly," failed to show off her fab figure and instead made us all second guess the skintight knee-length bottoms.
- Leigh Blickley
The Way Way Back
Two of my favorite coming-of-age movies are Almost Famous and Superbad. I can relate to these movies like no other. And with any good coming-of-age story worth its weight in gold, the movie and the characters will give you something to relate to. It doesn’t have to be the entire make up of the antagonist, but maybe just a little sampling, something that shows you are not alone in the world when it comes to feeling a bit out of place. Without it, you end up with movies like Blue Lagoon, Coyote Ugly or Hook. Everyone who reads this probably has their own favorite coming-of-age movie and a special reason why it’s their favorite. The Way Way Back, the newest entry into the genre, won’t set »
- Craig Dietz
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