Let’s be real, shall we? Some of the Mean Girls actors have moved on to better things. Amanda Seyfried has literally blown up in the past six months (well, not literally), Rachel McAdams is firmly on the A-list and Tina Fey is now writing a Mean Girls musical with her musician husband Jeff Richmond, which is pretty much the pinnacle of human achievement. “I’m trying to develop it with my husband, who does all the music for 30 Rock and I think Paramount’s onboard,” Fey told E! at the SAG Awards. After gushing about her love of Mariah Carey, Tina added, “Maybe she can play Amy Poehler’s part in the musical.” Oh wow, Mariah singing “You Girls Keep Me Young” with a Chihuahua chewing up her bazooms would go perfectly with the show-stopping number “The Limit Does Not Exist” and the Unfriendly Black Hotties choir. (Yes, we’ve been writing this musical in our heads for the past eight years. What’s your point?)
One thing you don’t expect to hear discussed on chipper lighthearted breakfast television is sex acts. Which is why this clip from Good Morning America earlier today is one of the best things we’ve seen in a while. Kirsten Dunst, Isla Fisher and Lizzy Caplan swung by the Times Square set for a chat with host Elizabeth Vargas about their new movie, Bachelorette. But what started as a simple promotional stop turned into morning television gold as Fisher began to describe taking her 50-something mother to a strip-club. Admittedly we missed the first half of the story, but we’re guessing something bachelorette-y was involved.
“I thought it would be fun!” she says. “And it was fun initially. I dressed her in a red dogs collar. And then I went to the bathroom momentarily and when I came back a gentleman had removed his briefs, she was laying onstage laying flat and he was about to teabag her.” Bam. In one fell swoop, Isla Fisher just dropped what has to be the most depraved story we’ve ever heard told on daytime TV. No wonder gross-out comedian Sacha Baron Cohen marrired her! It’s hard to say which is better: the story, or Vargas’s puzzled reaction to the term “teabag.” Check out the full clip below and see what you think!
I was bouncing up and down with Glee to see Bill riding piggyback on Eric as they joined Russell Edgington and the Council on their Lilith-blood trip through Bourbon Street. Weee! Another hilarious True Blood drug scene! And then, my hopes were quickly dashed as the scene in the karaoke party unfolded. No happy fun times there. In order to heal from those traumatic scenes today, I decided to look back at the most blissful of V trips and fairy-blood rolls from seasons past. I know drugs are bad, but hell, if I could join Eric on a bed in the middle of a snowy field, you wouldn’t be able to stop me.
5. Andy Bellefleur’s super strength (season 4)
Sheriff Bellefleur is probably the best example of why not to drink vampire blood (aside from Jason’s, er, difficulty in season 1). He was a pretty uncontrollable addict for a while there. But the above scene, when he displayed superhuman strength to lend Holly a hand with her furniture, might have been the moment the bumbling sheriff won the heart of Bon Temps’ friendly witch.
4. Jason and Amy romp through a field (season 1) Read more…
The new trailer for Kristen Dunst‘s wedding comedy Bachelorette is out, and it looks flawless. It also looks very, very familiar. A pack of friends who must grapple with jealousy, gentlemen and Jell-O shots before eventually realizing the only thing that really matters is friendship? Sign us up…again! Really, now that we think about it, Bachelorette is basically the bachelorette party scene we never got to see in Bridesmaids, blown out into full-length movie form. A stroke of genius, is what we’re saying. Of course, we noticed a few other elements present in both films, specifically…
It’s common knowledge that no one can really enjoy a film while suffering from extreme neck frigidness, which is why we’re glad to see the celebs flocking to the Sundance Film Festival are taking pains to keep their jugulars warm. Check out our bundled-up gallery below to see everyone from from Seth Rogen to Elizabeth Olsen, Laura Prepon to Common get cozy from the chin down in Utah. Because you can’t rely on those swag bags for everything, especially hypothermia prevention.
First off, we are ecstatic to hear that Kirsten Dunst and Lizzy Caplan—stars of two of the best teen comedies of the 00′s (Bring It On and Mean Girls, in case you’re confused)—will be doing a movie together. Not only that, it’s a comedy produced by Will Ferrell and Adam McKay, also starring the underrated Casey Wilson (SNL, Happy Ending). Awesome! Here’s the catch: it’s about bridesmaids who hate each other!! Because all women in their 20s and 30s are secretly resentful of their friends and/or only care about getting hitched, right? At least that’s what seems to be the message from Hollywood these days.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the script currently known as The Bachelorette concerns three best friends (Dunst, Caplan, likely awesome actress to be named later) who serve as Wilson’s bridesmaids despite calling her “pigface” in high school. Phrases like “a Playboy Bunny body with a Larry David brain” and “your best friend and your worst enemy” are used to describe the ladies, so gauge your excitement accordingly. The film, to be written and directed by Terriers scribe Leslye Headland, should shoot this summer if the stars align (and especially if Bridesmaids is a hit, we’d guess).