In David LaChapelle’s Take on the Madonna/Courtney Love Feud Reimagined As What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?, He Gets A Few Things Wrong

With interest in the Joan Crawford and Bette Davis feud reaching a fever pitch thanks to Ryan Murphy’s new series, it’s only natural that famed photographer David LaChapelle would honor another great feud in pop culture history–the one between Madonna and Courtney Love–with his parodied interpretation of What Ever Happened …

Frances Ha(lladay) & Carrie Bradshaw: Two Women Who Iterate That Traveling Alone Blows

“There’s nothing better than traveling alone,” most men will tell you. Emphasis on men. And the women who try to tell you the same are subconsciously (though often overtly) just working to get banged by the men who love traveling alone or are suffering from an Elizabeth Gilbert-inspired breakdown brought …

“Respectful, Loving Space” Is the New “Conscious Uncoupling” Thanks to Katy Perry & Orlando Bloom

Though Orlando Bloom seemed like the perfect sexually appetitive boyfriend based on those photos of him grabbing Katy Perry’s tits like a preteen boy just discovering a real woman for the first time, it could very well have been his somewhat unusual penis that ultimately left Perry cold. Whatever the …

Bill Paxton & Why We Should Thank Him For Perfecting the Art of the Douchebag As Chet in Weird Science

One of the least revered John Hughes movies from his renaissance period during the 80s is, apart from She’s Having A Baby, Weird Science. Released in 1985, on the heels of The Breakfast Club, it wasn’t yet Anthony Michael Hall’s time (nor would it ever seem to be) to carry …

Cate Blanchett Proves Drag Is Just A State of Mind With Stonewall Performance of “You Don’t Own Me”

Cate Blanchett, arguably fitting into that hyperbolic category of “the greatest actress of our time,” took a moment from her schedule of creating silver screen enchantment by paying homage to both the drag queen art of lip syncing and possibly the final scene of The First Wives Club by singing …

Winona Ryder’s Facial Expressions: An Emotional Color Wheel That Probably Needs to Be Made Into A Poster for Spanish Class

Awards shows are generally pretty banal these days, and we must glom onto the one meme-able moment we can find. At last night’s Screen Actors Guild Awards, Winona Ryder provided that moment and many more with a range of facial expressions that prove exactly why she chose the profession of …