Lana Del Rey, god bless her, has outdone every musician in the merchandise department by selling little lockets you can keep your coke stash in.
We’ve been getting teased and teased over this Cruel Intentions reboot by NBC, and now they’ve left us unsatisfied after pulling out completely.
In February, it was reported that NBC had ordered a series based on Cruel Intentions, the 1999 movie that helped many of us discover true horniness for the first time. In May, they announced the series at their upfronts, but it was then nowhere to be seen on their fall schedule. There are now too many Cruel Intentions…
The sequel to 1999's Cruel Intentions has been waiting and waiting for its release, but NBC is won’t bring it to completion.
Good news for everyone who yearns for the 1990s and whose sexual coming-of-age was deeply influenced by Sarah Michelle Gellar and Selma Blair: Variety reports that NBC has ordered a series based on the classic camp movie, Cruel Intentions. The television iteration of the teen melodrama is set 15 years after its…
Chris Brown is doing some reflecting (literally and figuratively), telling the world, “There has been times where I looked in the mirror and hated the person I see.”
Last night Buffy the Vampire Slayer attended the premier performance of Cruel Intentions, the Unauthorized Musical Parody in Los Angeles. Gellar reunited with Sean Patrick Thomas and writer Roger Kumble for the performance. She seems to have enjoyed the musical adaptation of one of the greatest teen movies ever made.