In a commencement address at Liberty University back in May, the president correctly used words like “equipped” and “stewards” in their proper context.
Donald Trump’s technical daughter Tiffany was spotted touring Harvard Law School Tuesday, and if you feel like you’ve seen this movie already it’s because you have. Consider, if you will, the story of a young blonde woman who gets herself into law school after her privileged life is turned upside down by a…
While Reese Witherspoon and America are busy celebrating the 15th anniversary of Legally Blonde, I’ll be marching around noisily fuming at the memory of how hard the “Bend and Snap” sucked.
Last week, Reese Witherspoon appeared on Fashionably Late with Rachel Zoe, where she mused that the world was probably ready for a Legally Blonde 3.
The butterfly effect is the theory that one tiny occurrence could change the course of the entire universe, and it applies to Legally Blonde. What if Christina Applegate had played the role of Elle Woods instead of Reese Witherspoon? This was close to happening, according to Applegate herself, who ultimately decided…
During a conversation with Vulture at this week’s Time 100 gala, Serial host Sarah Koenig revealed what she does at 30,000 feet to reduce her fear of flying.
Prepare to be underwhelmed, ladies, because Hollywood made a big deal about looking for a female director for the forthcoming Expendables spin-off film, ExpendaBelles — but guess what? Millennium Films, powerhouse behind the film, choose a dude instead: director Robert Luketic.
According to economists, blondes make more money and bag wealthier husbands than brunettes. Researchers couldn't explain their findings, but Olga Uskova, president of the International Blondes Association said: "Blondes have wealthier husbands because...men are more attracted to us." Gotcha. [Freakonomics]
Is the TV movie Legally Blondes about one of Elle Woods' cousins being horrifically mauled by her chihuahua? If not, she's the victim of another Photoshop maiming. (Click to enlarge.)
Move over Noel Coward. And Stephen Sondheim. And Clive James. The most influential Broadway tastemakers today? Tween girls. Yes, the same demographic that drives the success of High School Musical and Hannah Montana is now the directional force in American theatre. With the runaway success of Wicked, which was adopted…