I will drink Coca Cola with my meal tonight.
Alan Hanson: The Apatows →
Who has two butt cheeks and just got two butt...
We saw The Great Gatsby in 3D last night. During...
Steven: Haven't we already seen Clooney in space?
Bobby: Yeah. Solaris. But we've never seen Sandra in space!
Steven: Wait. Have we even seen Sandra out of the country?
Bobby: I don't know.
Steven: I don't think we've ever seen Sandra leave the country.
Bobby: She's in the country in Miss Congeniality 1 and 2. She wants to leave the country in While You Were Sleeping, but she doesn't.
Steven: Practical Magic, the country. Forces of Nature, the south. 28 Days, the country.
Bobby: Two Weeks Notice, New York. Speed, she's just on that bus.
Steven: I don't think she ever leaves the country!
Bobby: No no, in The Proposal she is in Canada.
Josh: No, she's just Canadian. It takes place in Alaska.
Steven: What about the one with Bradley Cooper. That's in the country!
Bobby: Which one?
Steven: You know the one that they dumped out after The Blind Side.
Bobby: OH. All About Steve. Yeah. The country. She never leaves the country!
Steven: Ahhh! And now she's in space!
Bobby: OH WAIT. THE NET. She's in Mexico in The Net.
Rebecca: *approaches after being stuck behind other passengers*
Bobby: We're talking about Sandra Bullock never leaving the country in movies.
Rebecca: But she goes to Mexico in The Net.
dandaddario: “I guess it’s punk in that I’ve gone just totally classic on a punk night.” —Gwyneth Paltrow, 2013 ——— Marge: Am I cool, kids? Bart & Lisa: No. Marge: Good, I’m glad. And that’s what makes me cool, not caring, right? Bart & Lisa: No. Marge: Well, how the hell do you be cool? I feel like we’ve tried everything here. —“The Simpsons,” 1996
Luhrmann has complete sentences from the novel appear typed out on the screen —...– LET THE GREAT GATSBY PANNING BEGIN!!!!
Saturday, Systrom was back at Zuckerberg’s to formalize the negotiations and...– Don’t you dare tell me that Mark Zuckerberg negotiated the buying of Instagram during a Game of Thrones party, Vanity Fair.
After making that dumb thing and because I find the utterly useless and trashy concept of “celebrity news” fascinating and fun, I thought I should write a quick post. I don’t understand when famous people drive drunk. Not that it’s ever excusable (it isn’t), but when you have the money and connections to do so with relative ease (and even, for the right price,...
Shani O. Hilton: Answering questions from Janelle... →