4 items from 2010
This fight is getting out of control — Chelsea has gone after Angelina Again! This is turning into another Epic Hollywood battle!
Ok, it’s official: Chelsea Handler has declared War on Angelina Jolie. This time she’s attacked her in an interview with Glamour, saying of Angelina, “Yeah, I’m not a fan. She just doesn’t come off to me as a sincere woman. She seems like a woman that you’d really want to avoid.” Whoa! Instead of backing off and letting this week’s curse-out controversy blow over, Chelsea is charging Full Steam Ahead with her Angelina attacks! She’s already said she doesn’t regret calling Angelina a “home-wrecker” and a “f-ing c***” and now This. One thing is clear: Chelsea is Out For Blood.
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But why? This is more than just having your bud’s back. Chelsea seems »
Someone’s star is rising fairly quickly and keeping a very busy schedule.Comedian Chelsea Handler just received a supporting starring role as a best friend of to a woman who is being romantically pursued by two CIA agents in the movie “This Means War.” This was first reported on Deadline.The movie stars Reese Witherspoon, Tom Hardy and Chris Pine. Witherspoon is the woman romantically being pursued by CIA agents of Hardy and Pine. This is a 20th Century Fox comedy directed by McG.It would not be Handler’s first movie role as she was previously “Steam,” “Cattle Call,” and a ton of television appearances. She is still hosting “Chelsea Lately,” on E! Channel; had a book on the bestseller’s list; recently hosted the Video Music Awards; and still have several dates for her stand-up comedy tour.Several late night show hosts have been on the big »
Science fiction writers of every generation had their own visions of the future, but what if their predictions became a reality? Rob dons his silver suit and delves into the archives to find out...
To me, living in 2010 seems like the future (well a bit anyway), and some of the things people dreamt of in years gone by have indeed come to pass. We have iPods which contain all our music, videos and data like the PADDs in Star Trek, have unlocked parts of the human genome, cloned livestock and created primitive artificial life. And while we don't have jet-packs, teleporters or the ability to travel to Mars, current technology hasn't don't too badly on the whole.
We love our technology, all sleek, thin and mobile, full of wafer-thin elements that can pass data at massive rates, wrapped up in shiny and lovingly-designed bits of kit. The ‘aesthetic of the »
Put three multi-generational, multiracial, almost nude characters together and what do you get? The answer is Steam, an earnest, if uneven, “multiple storyline” tale of three women and their complicated love lives.
The central conceit — and the title of the film — comes from the meeting place of our three protagonists: the steam room at a local health club. Doris (Ruby Dee), an older African-American woman, walks in, greeting Elizabeth (Kate Siegel) a semi-closeted college student and Laurie (Ally Sheedy). Soon, we break into the women’s lives, which couldn’t possibly be more different, but for the broad strokes.
We begin with Doris. Her husband passed away not long ago, and she’s still in mourning, refusing to play the old piano she keeps hidden away in a locked room, despite her love of music. Adding to her misery, she »
4 items from 2010
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