Last night I saw Logan, Hugh Jackman’s final Wolverine film, and the first of the series to be rated R. It’s filled with the kind of violence you’d expect from a movie about an angry, alcoholic superhero with razor-sharp claws buried beneath his knuckles and almost nothing to live for—heads are chopped off, throats…
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Thursday was a banner day for women getting their shot at new television comedy opportunities, with announcements pouring in about shows from Anne Heche, Molly Shannon and Kristen Schaal. Ah what promise, what hope lies through yonder television premiere season!
If Anne Heche can continue to make a living acting, all the more power to her. But her new show Save Me on NBC makes it unclear why anyone really thinks she's got something amazing happening, something worthy enough to give her a leading role on a TV show for the second time in less than 10 years. This is a woman for…
Once again, the stars give us a master-class in looking cool — or ludicrous — in frigid temps.
We get it: not everyone wants to deal with the main red carpet. But that doesn't mean one gets to fly under the fashion radar. Especially when one's clothes are so...noteworthy, shall we say?
What, you thought the stars could get away with one outfit? Hardly: they all changed for HBO's afterparty at The Plaza at the Pacific Design Center!
Ranging from trashy to tragic to triumphant, the biographies and memoirs in this compilation not only tell the stories of the women who've helped define "celebrity" in the past 100 years, but also provide some pretty entertaining bathroom reads.
Anne Heche was on Letterman last night, and she had some choice words for her "lazy ass" ex-husband, her kid's athleticism (or lack thereof), and Dave's marriage.