In today's Tweet Beat, Alec Baldwin is himself, whoever Sadie Calvano is, she should never wash that cheek again, and yes, Kara will be back soon.
If you've ever wanted to see national treasure Allison Janney perform an interpretative dance about the duties of a flight attendants set to a disco beat, today's your day. Somebody hire this woman to make an in-flight safety video!
Last night at the 40th annual People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles, there were some lovely gowns. There were also quite a few ugly dresses, as well as eyebrow-tugging painful hairdos, formal crop tops and caged cleavage. Egads.
I know, I know. I wanted Mom (the new CBS show starring Allison Janney and Anna Faris) to be good, too. It's a sitcom with two strong female leads and an excellent supporting cast (which includes Badger from Breaking Bad), so that alone gives it potential. Unfortunately the bad (it's a multi-camera sitcom produced by
Even though its creator Chuck Lorre has brought us two and a half tons of TV bullshit in the past, it's come to our attention that CBS' Mom with the delightful Anna Faris and brilliant Allison Janney isn't the worst.
Last night at the 65th annual Emmy Awards, there were plenty of nice, safe, beautiful gowns… But the red carpet also saw a few ugly dresses and ill-conceived ensembles. Let's just jump right in, shall we?
Touchy Feely, which stars Don Draper proto-paramour Rosemarie DeWitt as a committment-phobic massage therapist who mysteriously quits her job when she one day looks too closely at some dude’s gross back skin, may be the indiest movie to have ever been made. For one thing, it stars Ellen Page as DeWitt’s…
That thing called A Chris Brown that crawled out of the bottom of a septic tank in 1989 has deleted his Twitter after a particularly nasty showdown with a comedian named Jenny Johnson, which began like this.and visited UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles to discuss harvesting her eggs for a surrogate…
Last night was Elle's 19th Annual Women In Hollywood Celebration, held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, and celebs dressed up to steal the spotlight: Some wore vivid blues; others donned crisp whites; Lea Michele chose see-through netting.
Sure, there are enough hooker, victim, and doormat roles around Hollywood to keep Lindsay Lohan in Louboutins, but those aren't the only stereotypical female characters swimming in the brains of underpaid screenwriters. There's another cliché almost every actress over 30 has played: The Shrew. So, in honor of the…