Happy Friday, my beloved pop culture savants! Have you spent the week feasting on Jen Selter‘s Vanity Fair booty or wondering whether or not Nicki Minaj really is engaged? Well, we have something else to occupy your thoughts: Who’s having the Best Week Ever?
As we wrestle ourselves from winter’s grip, we’re scrambling to figure out what kind of style we’ll be wearing this spring. Celebrities may have been testing those waters too, as they quickly seemed to bring out eye-popping items from their closets to contrast the doldrums of a brutal winter. Let’s just hope this past week was a trial-and-error phase, because we really don’t want to see more of what the stars wore over the past seven days.
Ahead of the release of The Single Moms Club, a film written, directed, produced by and starring Tyler Perry, we thought it was worthwhile looking back on all the Tyler Perry Productions (TPP) that came before it. In total, Perry has produced 16 films (including SMC) from the ongoing Madea franchise to stand-alones, such as Temptation and Why Did I Get Married? All of the films have been met with varying degrees of praise and success. But who has actually sat down and watched all of them? Inspired by that question, I decided to review all of Perry’s film in order to grade and rank each film.
To see how they fall in order (from worst to best), flip through the gallery above. For a more in-depth, critical analysis keep on reading!
Now that Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are engaged, Demi Moore has a warning for the new bride: Kutcher is a cheater and will always be one. Ouch, that’s some harsh truth about her ex-husband. The conversation reportedly went down via a secret phone call placed to Kunis. But honestly, why all the secrets when it’s just going to be splashed over headlines anyway?
Even though it’s been announced that Scarlett Johansson is pregnant at least one person refuses to acknowledge it. ScarJo herself has remained mum about being a mom and The Gossip Table is on the case.
2014 seems to be the year of Matthew McConaughey, so what better time to take a moment to look back at the man’s career and judge the sh*t out of it? That’s where Best Week Ever and Doug Benson come in. Our dear pal Doug is visiting us this week to give us the low down on the highs and lows of Mr. McConaughey’s varied career. The twist? Doug has to review all of McConaughey’s films in eight words or less! Can he do it? Do you agree? Did Matthew McConaughey really peak in Dazed and Confused? Check out the clip above and be sure to tune in to Best Week Ever tonight, March 14 at 10/9 C! SET YOUR DVR!
Need For Speed hits theaters today, and if you haven’t guessed from the title, it’s all about driving as fast as possible. This isn’t anything new. Outrageous car chase scenes are a staple of film. Think of the most over-the-top, unrealistic scenario involving a motor vehicle, and it’s probably been in a movie. We’ve decided to pay homage to these amazing montages with a list of our personal picks for the wildest automobile clips out there. There have been so many epic movies involving automobiles over the years, and it’s particularly hard to narrow down the selections, but this is a crop of insanity that you won’t be able to dispute. Continue reading for our breakdown of The Craziest Car Chases in Movie History.
How did Rob Lowe blow his chance to hook up with Madonna? Which Saturday Night Live star is planning on being in the “casino” while his wife is giving birth? Is the Veronica Mars movie worth watching?
Which famous couple were seen during their vacation? Jason Bateman seriously needs a swear jar, and the man behind one of Hollywood’s familiar voices passes away.