There are seven movies in the Vacation franchise—can you name them all?—and only two of them are any good: National Lampoon’s Vacation, and Christmas Vacation. John Hughes wrote both (and he co-wrote European Vacation), and the first Vacation movie—the best of the bunch—was directed by Harold Ramis. Full Story
US Weekly published an exclusive yesterday about Ben Affleck’s affair with former nanny Christine Ouzounian, scooping PEOPLE Magazine. PEOPLE followed shortly after with a strong denial from Ben Affleck; his rep claimed that they were considering legal options. Sure. But in that same post, PEOPLE goes on to reiterate their earlier report from a couple of weeks ago from a source who claimed that Ben hadn’t been “committed” to the marriage. Full Story
Allison! Happy Birthday with love from Michelle! For you by request – Charlie Hunnam and vintage Johnny Depp. Thanks to you I’ve just wasted 15 minutes getting horny on Google looking at photos of CH. Full Story
Oh my God, Ben Affleck is so…basic.
The nanny is pretty much the MiniVan Majority’s worst nightmare – it’s either Angelina Jolie or the nanny.
So the poor decision making continues. Ben Affleck cannot help himself. More on this in today’s first post.
Last night I went to the Nicki Minaj concert in Toronto. Was a really, really good show. She’s sexy as f-ck. She’s SO cute. She’s playful. She has enormous stage presence. In person, that star power is undeniable. By the end of it, I was in love with her. And afraid of her. When she tells you she’ll beat your ass, believe it.
Yours in gossip,
We must be approaching award season because the fall festivals have announced their lineups, led by TIFF, and now we’re starting to get trailers for the Oscar baity movies we’ll be watching in the fall. There’s a lot of good-looking stuff coming up, but the one film I’m most looking forward to—and have been since it was first announced—is Tom McCarthy’s Spotlight, about the Boston Globe breaking the story of the Catholic priest sex abuse scandal. Full Story
This just makes me want to watch the show even more (Dlisted)
Angelina Jolie in Myanmar (Just Jared)
Kate Winslet's family curves (Cele|bitchy)
Leonardo DiCaprio and Prince Albert (Pop Sugar)
Nina Dobrev kisses her boyfriend in a great swimsuit (The Superficial)
Christina Applegate coulda been Elle Woods? (Too Fab)
Monkey meets puppies! (Hollywood Tuna)
She's trying her best but this dress cannot be saved (Go Fug Yourself)
Kate Upton's sheerness (Hollywood PQ)
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It hasn’t been a great week for Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen. First, the NFL upheld his #Deflategate suspension (I don’t follow sports — at all — and even I’m interested in this because of the cheating Golden Boy aspect) and now, Gisele has allegedly been “caught” sneaking into a plastic surgeon's office. Full Story
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If you Google it, you’ll probably see that most of the headlines suggest that Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen could be returning to Netflix’s Full House new series. As you know, when it was first announced that the show was coming back, the twins were not confirmed, and it would be doubtful that they would. Full Story
Woody Allen makes basically two movies: Annie Hall, and Crimes and Misdemeanors. When he’s on his game, you get, well, Annie Hall and Crimes and Misdemeanors. When he’s not, you get Magic in the Moonlight and The Curse of the Jade Scorpion. His latest movie—his forty-fifth, which means we should get sentimental about a milestone but ugh, this f*cking guy—is Irrational Man, and it’s a watered down, sh*tty version of Crimes and Misdemeanors. Full Story