"Most Bruneians want husbands who cheat on their wives to be whipped, according to a recent survey in the Muslim-majority country." The survey appears to have been co-ed. [Reuters]
How's Drew Barrymore's directorial debut? Well, some critics say it's a bit slow and predictable. However, all agree that despite its faults, the rollerderby film is "unreasonably entertaining" and more intelligent and empowering than most films marketed to women.
I saw Whip It! last night. I loved it so hard. Let me count the ways.
Real life BFFs ("we text") and Whip It! stars Ellen Page and Alia Shawkat talk about leeches, feeling sorry for the guys on the set of Whip It!, and their interesting movie choice on a recent trip to (wink) Amsterdam.
The awesome Zoë Bell (Death Proof, Whip It) explains how to fake-clothesline someone while on rollerskates in the October issue of Wired. Illustration number 4 does not look fun. (Click to enlarge.)
Whip It, the roller derby flick that marks Drew Barrymore's directorial debut and stars Ellen Page, looks like fun. It also looks very familiar. We broke down the trailer, frame by frame, to find out why.
Zoë Bell kicked ass in Quentin Tarantino's Death Proof, doing her own death-defying stunts. This Kiwi is clearly a star on the rise, so why is she in a web series?