Of all the things we expected from 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi', an enlightening examination of the harm caused by toxic masculinity was not one of them.
The Oscars 2018 ceremony is shaping up to be an explosively awkward affair, and could make for an interesting night for many different reasons.
Angelina Jolie has been attached to star in a new version of 'Cleopatra' for years, but now she needs to set a good example and quit the project.
Listen up, ladies! There’s a revolutionary new product that’s coming our way, made exclusively for us women folk: Beer! Maybe you've heard of it?
For me, that assignment came recently when I was asked to do an article on Star Wars: The Force Awakens—the film that everyone’s seemingly been going mad over since it was first announced sometimes way back in 2013. It’s not like my disdain is entirely due to ignorance—I’ve seen several Star Wars movies before, in the theatre, even. On a family trip to Florida in 1997—during which it rained the entire time—my Star Wars fan dad took me and my younger brother to see both Star Wars and The Empire Strikes Back, which had been remastered and rereleased.
During the most recent Republican presidential debate, Jeb Bush was asked whether he believed that Fantasy Football should be regulated by the government. Chris Christie jumped in and scolded the moderator for what he felt was an inane question. Seriously?” Surprisingly, the New Jersey Governor failed to mention another plight that’s been affecting Americans on what now seems to be a twice weekly basis: The war on leggings. Late last week, more than 30 young girls were sent home from their Tennessee high school—not for acting out, for defacing school property, or for bullying fellow students—but for wearing leggings.
Photo: Selena Gomez recently wore a sexy red ensemble promoting her new movie, Transylvania 2. Her co-stars, Adam Sandler and Kevin James, on the other hand, showed up to the Cancun, Mexico photo call in sweatpants and shorts. Besides the fact that the 22-year-old seemed to be uneasy flanked by two 40-something men, it appears that her red carpet ensemble left her feeling similarly uncomfortable.
It took less than 24 hours for Trevor Noah to go from no one, to being on top of the world, to being nearly universally hated. Critics called him racist and sexist, calling on Comedy Central to rescind their decision. Comedy Central issued a statement promising that they too were sticking by him.