The Royal We—a playful, fictionalized riff on the real-life romance of Will and Kate, written by Jessica Morgan and Heather Cocks of GoFugYourself—is currently in the works to become a movie.
Yes, it’s true. Gilmore Girls junkies will receive a last dose of the mother-daughter duo extraordinaire when a “limited-series revival” of the show comes to Netflix. Rejoice, for more Rory and Lorelai awaits you!
There are only two things I want in life: A talking pet who dresses real cool and gives me important life advice, and a do-over of the last season of Gilmore Girls that completely wraps up the story while featuring numerous scenes of Kelly Bishop being sassy as Emily Gilmore. Also, Rory would be dead. At least one of…
Last night Amy Schumer talked to British late-night host Graham Norton about her brilliant plan to prank Kim Kardashian and Kanye West on the red carpet: “All the reporters were going crazy and it was Kim and Kanye, just standing there, owning it, being short and important. And I think falling is the funniest thing,…
We won't be seeing any women take over an actual late night talk show anytime soon but we will get a new scripted series about how a fictional woman who is a talk show host. Yay?
Lauren Graham and Ellen Degeneres are teaming up to produce a show for CW together. Oy with the poodles already! (Sorry for the horrible and not at all topical Gilmore Girls reference right there.)
Last night's grand (boring) event gave us all three fashion possibilities — in spades. Brace yourselves, and let's dissect.
- Lady Gaga took a break from touring to go fishing in New Zealand, "She didn't take her heels off once - she went down to Onetangi beach to go fishing in her eight-inch heels, undies and a man's business shirt..."
- The PGA Tour announced today that Tiger Woods will speak at a press conference on Friday, "to begin the process of making amends." Later, Tiger was photographed for the first time in months jogging with a friend near his home.
There was something in the water in California last night, forcing otherwise well-dressed people to deck themselves in shockingly horrible getups. Maybe all of Hollywood lost a bet. All I know is, my jaw is permanently anchored to the floor.
The NBC Universal's Press Tour Cocktail Party at Pasadena's Langham Hotel was clearly one of those mandatory company events, which maybe explains the wide range of stars - and the passive-aggressive acts of dressing on display.
2012 is the story of the apocalypse and the shenanigans of survivors. The many stars at Regal Cinemas in LA - Thandie Newton, Camilla Belle, Amanda Peet - had, well, interesting ideas about what to wear when the world ends.
The 63rd Annual Tony Awards, held at Radio City Music Hall last night, were awesome.