Following a series of tweets calling out an awful experience with an unnamed Hollywood exec, Rose McGowan tweeted an open letter to Hollywood Monday night: “To the women and men in the entertainment industry who know exactly whom and what I am talking about, I say be brave.”
Jennifer Lawrence took her signature charm to Conan O’Brien last night and gave the world a bit of insight about the Hemsworth brothers. According to Lawrence, Thor and company are the “craziest family I’ve been around in my life. The way that they communicate is so physical and crazy.” She described the interactions…
In today’s Tweet Beat, Kendall Jenner is all over the place, Zoe Saldana enjoys an interesting lunch and Rose McGowan loves the dead.
It’s Rose McGowan’s birthday, so what better way to celebrate than with this deliciously violent clip from Doom Generation, a movie which beautifully embodied ‘90s teenage attitude.
Psssssst, have you spoken to Sandy lately? Sandy B. Oh, me neither, but I heard from her friend’s friend, you know the one who’s always telling Us Weekly everything? Well she said that Sandy B. is dating some photographer and that she brought him to Jennifer’s wedding. Jennifer A. Yes! A photographer! And she said…
Oh what a difference a tweet makes...maybe?
Just days after tweeting a creepy script note from Adam Sandler’s new movie that encourages auditioning actresses to wear “push up bras” and “form fitting tanks,” Rose McGowan announced that she has been fired by her “wussy acting agent.” In a tweet last night, she wrote:
In case you were wondering why you hated Adam Sandler movies, Rose McGowan has your answer. Remember ladies: put on a push up bra, some tight clothes, spend hours getting ready and make sure your body looks nice in form fitting clothes.
On Monday night, the New York Film Critics Circle held its annual awards ceremony at TAO in New York. Rose McGowan used it as an opportunity to address the horrible sexism that still plagues the movie industry.
When I was in grade school, I wanted to be a run-of-the-mill Sailor Moon villainess: obsessed equally with galactic conquest and my own vanity, in pursuit of both immortality and human domination. They had knife-sharp sartorial tastes, impeccable make-up, shrill cackles, and endless magical reserves—and most cases,…
Welcome back to America's favorite Vanity Smurf K-hole. This week, Ian Smolderhotter is snuggling with animals, Lindsay Lohan is covered in blood and Nicki Minaj has some weird ideas about what cop uniforms look like. Celebrity Instagrams (and maybe a Vine or two), presented without comment. Enjoy.
Beyoncé is the entertainment equivalent of the U.S. postal service: Neither rain, nor sleet, nor snow, et cetera. She's known for charging forward without missing a beat whenever a technical or physical malfunction occurs at one of her concerts — that time Michelle Williams fell down, for instance.
Last night at Women In Film's 2013 Crystal + Lucy Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, actresses celebrated the 40th anniversary of Women In Film. Forty-nine year old Laura Linney received the Crystal Award for excellence in film and said: "There certainly is a wider diversity of roles…
The dark sides of being Carrie Bradshaw, one can easily imagine, are as long as a grocery list: contributing to the materialistic culture of Manhattan! Perpetuating unrealistic standards of romance! Not being able to go to a bar in New York (Midtown or Murray Hill especially) without women bum-rushing you! Et cetera.
Last night at the Charity Meets Fashion Holiday Celebration Honoring The World's Children, a small group of do-gooding celebs got dressed up to do good.
Recently Ashley Judd spoke to Senator Kirsten Gillibrand about possibly running for Senate in 2014. Alternatively, she might wait until 2016 to go up against Kentucky Republican and spawn of Ron Paul, Rand Paul. State Democratic senator Rep. John Yarmuth says that Judd's beyond your average pompous Hollywood liberal:…
Last night a twinkling constellation of stars attended amfAR's Inspiration Gala at Milk Studios in Hollywood, California. The red carpet was black instead of red; and the clothes were all over the place: Apparently sequins, glitter, tulle tutus, corsets and formal shorts are A-OK for a gala.
Random celebrities showed up for the Third Annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic held in Los Angeles on Saturday; and in case you're wondering what one wears to a champagne-sponsored polo event in LaLaLand, here are some answers: A turban, a jumpsuit, and some platform wedges.
The theme of the 8th Annual New Yorkers For Children Spring Dinner Dance at the Mandarin Oriental was 'A Fool's Fete' — but there was nothing remotely foolish about the assembled fashions.