More than trips to Paris and mascara tears, The Hills will be remembered for its connection to fashion. Not only did we covet the going-out tops and high heels Lauren, Heidi, Audrina, and Co. would sport during the work day or late nights out at Les Deux, we watched as they followed their dreams at FIDM, Teen Vogue, People’s Revolution, and beyond. Which means it’s not entirely out of left field that three years after the finale, three of the show’s protagonists have clothing lines of their own.
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There are only three Breaking Bad episodes left, and roughly 60 hours until we pick things up from one very tense desert shootout. Over the show’s five seasons, Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) has transformed from a lazy burnout and DIY drug dealer to a man with huge heart, a tight grip on reality, and even better tailored jeans.
Friday Night Lights may have closed the door on Eric and Tami Taylor (Kyle Chandler and Connie Britton), but thanks to Netflix, complete DVD packages, and obsessive Tumblrs, new audiences are being introduced to the world of Texas football every day. And with a slew of big-time roles in the coming months, your favorite Dillon residents will never be that far away.
As we approach the beginning of a new television season, there are more than a few lingering questions that have been keeping us up at night. How will Jess and Nick adjust to life as a couple on New Girl? Is The Mindy Project really moving to Haiti? Is Brody a terrorist? (This one never seems to go away, does it?) Read more…
After walking into our lives dripping wet as Rachel Green, the runaway bride looking to form a life of her own on Friends, Jennifer Aniston has become one of America’s biggest movie stars. It can be difficult to break out from the small screen, but Jen has played a myriad of roles in different films (almost as many as she’s had hairstyles), arguably becoming the most successful female star to transition from television to the big screen.
There are only a few days left to soak up the sun and do your best to imitate the lifestyles of the rich and famous. Celebrate the end of summer with George Clooney, Rihanna, Kristen Stewart, and more stars living on the sea.
With a knack for giving buzzworthy interview quotes and making skillful sartorial choices for sidewalk strolls, Andrew Garfield has an undeniable likeability that goes far beyond his performances on stage (Death of a Salesman) and screen (The Social Network). And being a person everyone wants to be around pays off, doing big things for the greater good whether it be your work day email chain or those in need. Read more…
After six stints in rehab and a recent return to the screen in The Canyons, Lindsay Lohan finally sat down with Oprah Winfrey for a Next Chapter interview on Sunday night to discuss her tumultuous past. From alcohol addiction to her often dysfunctional family life and the reality of facing jail time, read on for some of the more revealing statements the actress shared. Read more…
DILFS: Dads I’d Like To… well, you get the idea. Because all men are hotter when carrying a small child or basking in that paternal glow, we’re highlighting some of our personal favorites. How can we not? This summer has given us plenty of opportunities to appreciate those who become even more handsome with each purchase of diapers or baby formula.
It’s Steve Carell’s 51st birthday today, and we are all celebrating because, everybody loves Steve Carell. We know this to be true because your mom would invite him over for dinner if she could, and you’ve thought about what it would be like to hug him at least once or twice. But what about his best characters? While lovable, The Office‘s Michael Scott was a jerk, as seen in the often clumsy emotional abuse he’d inflict on his employees in effort to validate his less than pristine personal life. Yet his questionable behavior kept people watching.
This summer, Carell plays a straight-up jerk with zero redeeming qualities in The Way, Way Back, and reprises his role as the evil villain Gru in Despicable Me 2. So far, both films have been successful, proving once again that moviegoers enjoy seeing Carell play against type. But has he been more successful playing a mean dude, or would we rather see him the way we imagine him to be in real life — how we hope he’d act towards us if we bumped into him at Starbucks on a busy Wednesday morning?