The writers of Feud: Bette and Joan are working on a movie about the life of Vivien Leigh, star of A Streetcar Named Desire and Gone With the Wind. Better watch out for Olivia de Havilland this time!
For Playboy’s November 2017 issue, model Ines Rau will make her second appearance in the magazine, but this time she will grace the centerfold as its Playmate, the first transgender woman to ever hold that title.
Libraries are one of the great civic institutions—places that are free and open to everybody and also full of books. But kids, especially from poorer backgrounds, can quickly find their cards locked due to late feeds. And so New York City libraries are declaring amnesty.
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A group of Weinstein Company employees have issued a statement condemning their former boss Harvey Weinstein and requesting to be released from their NDAs so that they can “speak openly.”
“There is no such thing as public money, only taxpayer money.” — Margaret Thatcher, 1983
Pole dancers who find themselves constantly having to explain how much strength and agility it takes to swing your human body around a pole without plummeting to the ground have been vindicated.
Ye of little faith who had doubts that Margot Robbie, an Australian ingenue who claims that she is 26, could embody the irascible and heavily-eyeliner-ed Tonya Harding, prepare to eat your words: the trailer for I, Tonya looks good as hell.
The government has been chipping away at our sense of reality for years, and they’ve even gotten into the sauce. The tomato sauce.
Look carefully at the photo above. Do you recognize the woman in the blonde wig (that it’s a wig is merely an assumption, but an understandable one) as five-time Academy Award nominee Amy Adams? Or the man towering over her, with the red, puffy face, as one-time Academy Award winner Christian Bale? If so,…
If you’ve written something so untoward that it causes Blythe Danner—arguably the best part of Gwyneth Paltrow—to write a scathing letter to the New York Times, then you should probably reexamine your life choices.
Yesterday, 2012 Olympic gold medalist McKayla Maroney added her name to the ever-growing list of gymnasts who allege they were sexually abused by former USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar. Maroney is the highest profile athlete to date to come forward; so far, more than 140 women and girls have come forward…
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