BY Melissa Coci
on Mar 27, 2013
Rebel Wilson is one cool chica who’s come a long way from her days playing Toula in Australian TV show Pizza (look it up on YouTube. If you’re not Australian you will be super confused and most probably scared).
In fact, according to The Hollywood Reporter, Wilson is releasing her own line of T-Shirts. Named after her popular Pitch Perfect character, the Fat Mandi collection currently consists of just two shirts. The garments are both designed to bring attention to one’s uh, BUST love. Read More
BY Jennifer Welsing
on Feb 04, 2013
It's that time of year again. No, not when your new shows are coming back for the second half of their season—it's pilot season! Where networks start working on new shows to replace the ones that have left us, the ones that were torn from us, the ones we didn't even know existed, and the ones that were finally put to rest.Of the five major networks, there are about 88 new shows in the running to become America's next top show. It's pretty much split down the middle between comedys and dramas (with a few dramedys thrown in just to shake things up). Read More
Actress Rebel Wilson was just announced last night to be the host of next year’s MTV movie awards. Which will probably be the first time I’ll be watching them since I realized when I was 14 that MTV wasn’t actually cool.
The thing I like about Rebel is that she’s exactly what her name indicates. She embraces her body-type, and has enough confidence to put herself out there. While I wouldn’t say she makes fun of herself, she doesn’t pretend to be someone she’s not. Read More
BY Emily Rems
on Sep 07, 2012
When the movie Bachelorette was pre-released online two weeks ago, it rocketed to the number one slot on iTunes, buoyed by the promise of a great cast (Kirsten Dunst, Isla Fisher, Lizzy Caplan, Rebel Wilson, James Marsden, and Adam Scott) and a plot reminiscent of the naughty nuptial franchise The Hangover. Now that that film is opening in theaters, however, a broader audience will soon be buzzing about what writer/director Leslye Headland’s “comedy” actually delivers—a depressing treatise on the petty jealousies and superficial bullshit that can tear female friendships apart. Read More