The boys are back and this time they're ready to be their own bosses. They've formed Nick Kurt Dale Inc. (don't say the name too fast) to market their "Shower Buddy" gadget, but of course things go wrong.
Not a bad weekend of distracting entertainment to tide you over before admiring all of the pretty dresses and famous faces strutting their stuff on the red carpet this Sunday: Reviews of Wanderlust, Good Deeds, and The Secret World of Arrietty.
There's an interesting trend emerging in Hollywood that I'm going to dub the "relationship upgrade." It occurs when a little-known actor/dancer/C-lister in a long-term, seemingly solid relationship drops his non-famous partner for a mega-famous star. Are they upgrading, or rebounding?
You've probably heard some variation on the old expression, "Every relationship fails until one doesn't." Charming, no? This notion has got me thinking about a particularly loved Hollywood darling who can't seem to escape the stigma of failed relationships: Jennifer Aniston.
Amy Winehouse’s premature death on July 23, 2011 was certainly tragic, but according to Dr. Carole Lieberman, it wasn’t shocking. She saw it coming, foreshadowing Amy's final days in her latest book Bad Girls: Why Men Love Them & How...
Jennifer Aniston will continue to be in bad movies (actually Bosses was pretty decent) and continue to promote them with the sexiest non-nude magazine covers in the business and I will continue to be her bitch until she retires with a huge stack of cash and I'm left broke, alone, and frustrated.
Waiting in line at the grocery store is pure joy for a pop culture enthusiast. This week is no exception, because apparently Khloe Kardashian is tortured for her weight, Steven Tyler is lucky to be alive, and The Olsen...