For years, the city has been waiting for the return of Jennifer Aniston to our fair burg from L.A. It got so harried, the speculation so rampant, she practically became a marketing promo.
Now, Rachel has finally found a place, as the News reported last week, three units at 299 West 12th Read More
Red Carpet Real Estate
This week’s box office was glutted with new releases for the first time this year–the post-Christmas season doldrums may finally be over, as the top four films were all debuts! The arms race we didn’t knew existed between Adam Sandler and Justin Bieber came to a virtual draw–let’s see the numbers!
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It seems all Jennifer Aniston has to do is walk by a condo building in New York these days and suddenly she’s ready to buy the place.
It’s true, the former fictional Greenwich Villager is trying to move to the neighborhood (or at least downtown) for real. But the speculation about where she Read More
Just Go With It
About Jennifer Aniston–you knew that she might, maybe, have been a Saturday Night Live cast member, unless she hadn’t, or that she always hated her iconic haircut. But the star is still at work grooming her public image, and doing so more assiduously than in years. Today brings a Zach Read More
In the promotional churn for her new film with Adam Sandler, Jennifer Aniston let slip to Oprah that she’d once weighed taking a role on Saturday Night Live instead of the Friends pilot. Makes sense that she joined the Friends cast–she’s a Los Angeles actress through and through. But was the offer ever Read More
Poor Arianna. Hot-headed musician John Mayer has taken to Tumblr to blast her much-maligned Huffington Post. The singer is mad because the celebrity-gossip arm of the site published a story headlined “Are John Mayer and Jennifer Aniston BACK TOGETHER?” They quote John as saying to a crowd on Sunday, “I believe in second Read More
Attention editors: Book Jen and Gerard if you want to sell a magazine.
Covers featuring Jennifer Aniston have been the top sellers in 2010 for both Architectural Digest and W, according to the Audit Bureau of Circulations Rapid Report.
The Architectural Digest cover featured Ms. Aniston draped over a piece of furniture with the tagline “Jennifer Read More
Sobering statistic of the day: There have been 13 weekends in 2010, and in only four was a non-3D film the top choice for ticket buyers. Dreamworks Animation’s How to Train Your Dragon was the beneficiary of the dimensional boom this weekend, leading the charts with over $43 million. As we do each Read More
Monday: From Dusk Till Dawn
Now that vampires have taken over the pop culture universe, it might be time to revisit the glorious insanity that is From Dusk Till Dawn. Written by Quentin Tarantino and directed by his longtime friend Robert Rodriguez, the film splits nicely into two halves: the first deals with the Read More
It was all sunshine and rainbows for Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs at the box office over the weekend. The 3-D animated jaunt topped the charts with an estimated $30.1 million, a number that nearly tripled second place finisher—and fellow newcomer—The Informant! Sadly, it was stormy weather for the other Read More