The premise of Bitch sounds bad but the trailer seems much, much better: a harried mother with a cheating husband and nightmarish children is so worn down by her family that she becomes a literal bitch—a female dog.
Maria Bamford is a damn delight and watching her struggle with a relationship, work, and mental health issues is actually fun.
Calling Chris Brown: Welcome to My Life a “film” is like calling a press release “literature.” It’s technically true if we are to wipe our assessments of all nuance—welcome to Brown’s life, indeed.
Blake Lively, star of a new movie about a blind person who can see again and erstwhile lifestyle maven, is bopping around the Big Apple on a whirlwind promo tour. Yesterday —a seasonably crisp Monday, perfect for apple picking and cider sipping (I spent it blogging)—Lively wore seven questionable outfits in one day.
Over the past year, I have sought solace from our current political climate and the day to day terrors of the world in a most surprising source: Violent, scary horror movies.
In Blockers, Leslie Mann, Ike Barinholz and John Cena play three parents contending with their teenage daughters’s burgeoning sexuality the only way they know how: Conspiring to prevent them from having sex on prom night.
Spike Lee’s Netflix series She’s Gotta Have It, based on his 1986 movie of the same name, has been anticipated with some hesitancy. But in this full length trailer, we at least hear more from Nola Darling than the men in her life.
The news cycle now is such that little things that would’ve been slightly bigger things are buried while larger, more terrifying things dominate. I’m not necessarily saying that this Bruno Mars appearance on Charlie Rose from Monday would’ve made a larger blip, but given everything else that happened, maybe it would…
In the next two months, you will be forced to make the least important decision of the year, which is choosing a holiday party dress that’s equitably stylish, cool, cheap and perhaps professional.
Guys, the CW’s new Dynasty might be... good?
Gucci’s CEO Marco Bizzarri revealed on Wednesday that the luxury fashion label will become a part of the Fur Free Alliance and will “no longer use, promote, or publicize animal fur,” beginning with its spring/summer 2018 line, Vogue reports. The announcement was made during a talk at the London College of Fashion.
Here’s your first look at the trailer for the recently released documentary Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold, billed as the “first and only documentary about Joan Didion.”
Two things that might not go well together: the fast-talking, quippy, zippy, jokey, dialogue of Amy Sherman-Palladino and, uh, stand-up comedy. Here’s the twist: in the trailer for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, somehow it works?
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, the show about mental illness and musicals and Westchester and Josh Chan, is not a show for everyone. But if it is a show for you, please feast your eyes on this piping-hot musical number that posits a very good question: Where’s Rebecca Bunch?
A few months ago we were delighted to learn that not only was model-actress-sort-of-singer Cara Delevingne going to get a guest spot on St. Vincent’s new record, but her pseudonym for the recording was “Kid Monkey.” And now Kid Monkey’s debut is finally here!