Try to imagine living in a world in which strangers regularly reminded you that a large number of people actively disliked you, and you’ll start to understand a sliver of Anne Hathaway’s life. Last week, during a press junket for her new movie Colossal, she told me that the supposed phenomenon of audiences hating her…
I have no daughters, but I have known several daughters in my life, and have a mother, a few women coworkers, plus a female friend here and there, and I have never grabbed any of their pussies—nor, for the record, would I brag about doing so, if I had. And let me tell you, if I heard about anyone who had, I would…
Looking very much like a man with a gun pointed at him just off-camera, Donald Trump released a video early Saturday morning apologizing, in a way, for the comments he made about grabbing women “by the pussy.”
Somewhere on a windy mountainside, surrounded by clinking wind chimes, Vin Diesel came face to face with himself while on Facebook Live, and all he could see were blessings.
Perhaps realizing that the constant stream of outlandish, rude and inflammatory drivel that flows from his mouth is not a good look, Donald Trump apologized for some – all, probably? – of his past remarks that “may have caused personal pain.”
Deepica Mutyala recently became known on the Internet as the destroyer of all that is good when she ruined the curls of a black model named Malyia McNaughton during a live segment on the Today Show. Many, including McNaughton, don’t blame Mutyala at all.
Just over one year ago, I wrote an op-ed with the headline “Fuck Your Air Conditioner, Ceiling Fans Forever.” Yesterday, as temperatures in New York began creeping into the 90s, I bought a window A.C. unit. Yes, America, it finally happened: I was wrong.
Last week, L.A. Weekly published a profile by Art Tavana about pop musician Sky Ferreira, which largely focused on Tavana’s extremely edgy horniness. (Julianne explains it here.)
After dismissing Keira Knightley as a supermodel with a giant entourage and telling The Independent that “acting requires a certain level of honesty and self-analysis that I don’t think she’s ready for yet,” Begin Again director John Carney has offered the rare decent apology, saying, “I’m ashamed of myself that I…
In 2014, the BBC aired a one-hour documentary on Kate Bush that we failed to report on. For this Kate Bush oversight, we deeply apologize.
In a profile on Net-a-Porter, Tina Fey talks parenting, body hair, reality television and being the “mean girl” back in high school. She’s also clear about her disdain for internet outrage, and says she refuses to spend time explaining her jokes.
On Wednesday, Roanoke Mayor David A. Bowers made it known that the Syrian refugee crisis made him think of Japanese internment camps and wouldn’t that be a good idea to revisit?
Raven-Symoné has apologized for saying she wouldn’t hire a person named Watermelondrea during a segment on The View. “I should not be part of the problem. I should be part of the solution,” she says.
In response to all the haters comme moi who have identified possibly the the worst look in a particular series of bad looks—i.e. the casting of Emma Stone as “Allison Ng” in an all-white movie called Aloha about Hawaii, a state that has already seen and suffered from an aeon’s worth of Columbusing—director Cameron…
Sometimes, in #Journalism, our words have an unexpected effect. They develop a life of their own, scampering out into the world to ignite a series of events we could have never imagined, not in our wildest dreams.
The New York Times reports that Ray Rice, former Baltimore Ravens running back, apologized on Friday. Rice, who punched his then-fiancée (now wife), Janay Palmer in a hotel elevator nearly a year ago, became the focus of the N.F.L.'s broader problem with domestic violence. On Friday Rice published a statement in The…
Boy meets girl. Boy and girl date. Boy and girl break up. Boy, desperate to get his girl back, makes a batshit insane website. We have found that website and it is gut-wrenchingly pathetic, mind-bogglingly clueless. It wouldn't be out of place in a police report.
Earlier this week, editors at the Daily Mail removed a story from the paper's website after George Clooney pointed out that the "article" was complete and total fiction. The Britloid issued an apology; and today, Clooney has rejected that apology, in writing.