It’s 2 AM and you awake with a jerk, alone in your fully-lit apartment and still on the couch. On TV, the credits of some movie you’ve already seen a billion times are scrolling by. It feels like rock bottom. And we know, because we’re just like you: single.
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Everyone’s favorite Vampire Slayer is coming back to television. Sarah Michelle Gellar, who’s been way from the Farnsworth invention since 2003, is set to return for an HBO series called The Wonderful Maladys, Variety reports. Set in New York, the half-hour show will follow the lives of three siblings who lost their parents Read More
Sarah Michelle Gellar met her bestie, shoe designer Manolo Blahnik, on a rainy Manhattan day at Bergdorf.
In the February issue of Radar, the 30-year-old actress—whose next film, Possession, will be released at the end of February—sets the scene: “One day, a couple friends and I went into Bergdorf Read More
No fewer than 20 Arden Wohl-esque headbands were spotted at the Whitney Museum’s Art Party on Wednesday, June 6. The evening’s dress code was, after all, “hippie chic,” in honor of the museum’s current exhibition, “Summer of Love: Art of the Psychedelic Era.”
Socialite Genevieve Jones looked beautiful in her daisy headband. Man about town Read More
The Jieho Lee film The Air I Breathe assigns each of its central characters one of life’s four emotional cornerstones, as dictated by an ancient Chinese proverb. Unfortunately, Happiness (Forest Whitaker) was absent from the movie’s premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on Sunday, April 29, and Love (Kevin Bacon) stormed past The Transom in Read More
An Unsexy Spat Between Brats
We’re in the middle of a plague of moronic teenage movies featuring thumb-sucking Lolitas with three names. In the ads, confusion reigns. Rachael Leigh Cook. Lara Flynn Boyle. Jennifer Love Hewitt. Judy Evans Greer. Joey Lauren Adams. And on and on, until the marquees run out of letters and Read More
Guy Ritchie’s Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels turns out to be as rollickingly funny as a barrel of mostly dead monkeys with a huge cast of males I know very vaguely or not at all. I emphasize the maleness of the production because out of 42 speaking parts there are only two females, Tanya Read More