13 items from 2015
Halloween came a day early this year for celebrities who attended the annual Casamigos Tequila party in La on Friday. Rande Gerber, who partly-owns the liquor brand along with longtime friends George Clooney and Mike Meldman, hosted the bash alongside his wife, Cindy Crawford. Although Geroge was noticeably missing from the fun, the party had more than its fair share of Hollywood A-listers, who all came dressed to impress in their costumes. Channing Tatum and his wife, Jenna Dewan, channeled two different versions of Dr. Seuss's The Cat in the Hat, and Jessica Alba turned heads as Romy from Romy and Michele's High School Reunion while her husband, Cash Warren, went as Tom Cruise from Top Gun. Meanwhile, Salma Hayek also made an appearance, but did not dress up for the event, and Fergie and Josh Duhamel got decked out in Chanel. Keep reading to see all the famous »
- Monica Sisavat
Cutest celebrity Halloween couple's costumes ever? Channing Tatum, 35, and wife and actress Jenna Dewan-Tatum, 34, both dressed at Dr. Seuss' most famous character, The Cat in the Hat, from his 1950s children's book series, at George Clooney's Casamigos Tequila Halloween party on Friday night. The actor appeared as a traditional Cat in the Hat, sporting a cat onesie costume with a red painted bow tie and a big, floppy top hat, while his lady wore a sexy The Cat in the Hat outfit, complete with a cleavage-baring, strapless leather crop top, paired with a matching corset, mini skirt and gloves, paired with fishnet stockings, thigh-high boots and a »
Bill Hader reaped Comedy Supporting Actor bids in 2012 and 2013 for the final two of his eight seasons on “Saturday Night Live.” In October 2014, he returned to host "SNL" for the first time and was nominated for Best Comedy Guest Actor. Back in 2009, he won the first of his three Best Animated Program nominations for producing "South Park." Will he win a performance prize to go along with that this year? -Break- Click here to see the updated list of all 2015 Emmy episode submissions Synopsis Hader's episode was the third of the landmark fortieth season and features Hozier as musical guest. Hader sings in his opening monologue, does an impression of Al Pacino and appears in parodies of “The Hunger Games”, “The Cat in the Hat”, a help fund commercial and a public access program. He also reprises characters that he previously played on “Saturday Night Live&rdqu...' »
Kids say the funniest things, don’t they? Not only do they tell you how it is, but they draw it how they see it too, and some of the things that they come out with is just hilarious. Not going to lie, there seems to be a recurring theme of phallic shapes and blatant, yet hurtful honesty.
16. Not A Fan Of The Cat In The Hat Then? complex.com »
- Sara Weir
Nothing for the kids on TV? Good thing there's lots of great children's programming available on Netflix streaming, from educational classics "Sesame Street" and "Reading Rainbow," to newer animated series of kids' favorites "Scooby-Doo" and "Curious George."
Here's 16 fun kids' shows you'll want to add your queue.
- Sharon Knolle
If you're like us and value your sleep, you probably nodded off into your Ambien dreamland before the party started on post-prime time TV. Don't worry; we've got you covered. Here's the best of what happened last night on late night.
Let's kick things off with a game of Word Sneak with Jason Segel! Always a fun "Tonight Show" game -- this time including words like "squat thrust," "frankfurter," and "The Goo Goo Dolls." Honestly, some celebs are better at playing this than others, and Jason Segel is hilarious.
Every wondered what hit '80s anthem "Jessie's Girl" is really about? Because you're about to find out in this "never before seen" footage of »
- Mehera Bonner
In a recent interview, Dustin Hoffman said we are at an all-time cinematic low. Is he correct?
While Hollywood is enjoying a record-breaking summer at the box office, not everyone is having a great time at the cinema. In a new interview, Dustin Hoffman (Ishtar, Little Fockers, Mr Magorium’s Wonder Emporium) has lamented the state of cinema, calling it the worst it’s “ever been”.
But what do you think? We want to know about your best and worst years at the cinema. Did you have a memorable 1999 watching Fight Club, Magnolia, The Sixth Sense, All About My Mother and Being John Malkovich? Or was 2003 a disaster for you enduring Daredevil, Boat Trip, The Cat in the Hat, Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle and Dumb and Dumberer?
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- Benjamin Lee
Still popular after all these years. Random House Children’s Books said on Monday it is increasing the print run of “What Pet Should I Get?” a new picture book by the late Theodor Geisel, to 1 million copies. Random House originally said it would print 500,000 copies of the work, which goes on sale July 28. Mr. Geisel, who was better known as Dr. Seuss, wrote such best sellers as “The Cat in the Hat” and “Green Eggs and Ham. »
- Jeffrey A. Trachtenberg
We spend years viewing the world through the eyes of a child before abandoning it. Not the world, that is—but we grow into players in the game of Life, rub our heavy eyelids, and take to ever-trippy existence from a heightened perspective in which our formative fears and fantasies are filtered through a scope less blurry, unadulterated. And then in doing so we leave a little something behind. For a grown-up to be considered “childish” comes with more negative connotations than posi, but to retain one’s inner child is a paramount strength. So what is the difference?Theodore Geisel, also known under the pseudonym Dr. Seuss, authored the most celebrated children’s literature of his time. He presented generations upon generations whimsical visions which, in proper auteur style, require just a single glance to recognize as work of his. Geisel’s simply-worded fables were praised for encouraging youth »
- Oliver Skinner
He may have passed in 1991, but Dr. Seuss' legacy continues to live on!
Random House is publishing a new children's book from a manuscript recently discovered by Theodor Geisel's (the author's real name) widow in his La Jolla, Calif. home.
Post by Random House Children's Books.
What Pet Should I Get?, according to Random House, captures "a classic childhood moment—choosing a pet—and uses it to illuminate a life lesson: that it is hard to make up your mind, but sometimes you just have to do it!" The book is set to release July 28.
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In honor of the book's upcoming release, we are remembering some of our favorite works from Dr. Seuss' illustrious career. Let's get started!
What better place to start than Seuss' first children's »
Dr. Seuss may be gone, but his work is far from over. Random House announced on Wednesday that it is publishing a new children’s book by the author, real name Theodor Seuss Geisel, this year. See video: ‘Dr. Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat’ Is as Terrifying as ‘The Babadook’ in Parody Trailer “What Pet Should I Get?” will hit shelves on July 28. The publishing company also plans on releasing two more books based on materials the deceased author’s widow, Audrey Geisel, and his secretary found in his La Jolla, California home in 2013. Also read: ‘The Grinch’ Is Returning to the Big. »
- Greg Gilman
Fans the world over have gone to great lengths of playing around with well known films and the latest viral wonder has done a brilliant job with The Babadook and The Cat In The Hat of all combinations. Slicing and dicing together two films that couldn’t be further apart has worked wonders, letting a dark cloud linger over the adaptation of Dr. Seuss’ beloved tale.
Whilst The Cat In The Hat might be a well known tale, The Babadook was a horror from Jennifer Kent that got no where a much attention as it should have last year. A tale of monsters and mourning, the film sees a single mother struggle to deal with her reclusive son and his vivid imagination, particularly when it comes to a nasty house invading character from a children’s that goes by the name of The Babadook. Soon her sons simple incidents of »
- Nicholas Staniforth
It’s arguable that this mash-up of a terrifying movie where a top-hatted monster menaces small children and The Babadook could use more Seuss, but instead of merely overlapping two incongruous ideas, the balance created here by Horror Report serves to show the paper thin line between terror and slapstick. On one end is The Cat in the Hat, which might normally seem candy-coated and wacky. On the other end is the psychological horror that comes with the ever-present force of danger inherent in raising a child. But both feature single mothers trying their best to raise kiddos in spite of a chaotic, fantastical figure entering their lives. Beyond some silly rhyming, that aforementioned line between the fearful and absurd seems a bit fuzzier after watching this. [h/t Short List]
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- Scott Beggs
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