BY Hanna Lustig
on Aug 07, 2015
About a week ago model/actress/muse Cara Delevingne made headlines for what the Internet called a “painfully awkward” interview with Good Day Sacramento meant to publicize her lead role in Paper Towns, the eponymously named filmic adaption of author John Green’s bestselling young adult novel. Things got a little heated when the host asked Delevingne a sexist, condescending question – and rightfully so. Hollywood press junkets are basically sexism summits, if this new Funny or Die sketch starring Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg is an accurate depiction. Read More
BY Ada Guzman
on Jan 08, 2015
Actor Viola Davis accepted the award for Best Actress in a New TV Series at the 41st annual People’s Choice Awards last night. In a bright pink-red, floor-length dress that complimented her skin and figure, she proclaimed to us with a confident and graceful smile that she does it for the fans, and she thanks us for our support. You’re so welcome, Davis – you’re an amazing actress. We didn’t have to do anything but check our DVRs feverishly for a new episode of How To Get Away with Murder, but, you know, it doesn’t hurt to be noticed. Read More
BY Elle Brosh
on May 09, 2014
Today we want to wish Rosario Dawson, a lovely 35th birthday! She has led a wonderful acting career in which she has played many powerful, challenging female roles and continues to be a role model in the feminist community.
Dawson has strong familial roots in activism and has always been an avid supporter of several different organizations dedicated to immigration rights, women's rights, the environment, and so much more. Read More
BY Tess Duncan
on Jul 24, 2013
That's right, our favorite charming heroine of Hollywood has now surpassed Miss Bella herself. Stewart was raking in the dough between May 2011 and May 2012, boasting $34.5 million that year alone. This past year, though, between May of 2012 and 2013, she dropped to $22 million.
Meanwhile, Jen Law gained a whopping $26 million between June 2012 to June 2013, thanks to the epic Hunger Games blockbuster. (P.S. Lionsgate paid her $1 milli for the movie itself.) At the ripe age of 22, that makes Jennifer Lawrence the highest paid actor, male or female, under the age of 30. Read More
BY Tess Duncan
on Jul 09, 2013
The classic '80s comedy Tootsie is a riot and if you haven't already seen it, you kind of need to, like yesterday. (If you never saw it, I'll break it down for you: Dustin Hoffman is a really great New York actor, but he can't get hired because he's difficult to work with, so he cross-dresses and adopts a new, sassy persona so he can get hired again. Tah-dah, a woman saves the day once again!) In this interview from the American Film Institute's archives, Hoffman discusses why he felt he really had to play the role of dynamic feminist Dorothy Michaels. Read More
BY Tess Duncan
on Jun 03, 2013
You heard right, because that's what the 68-year-old actor is blaming it on. In a recent interview with The Guardian, Douglas discussed why he believes he developed throat cancer. When asked if his smoking and drinking habits caused the disease, Douglas replied that neither habit was the culprit. The real problem? Taking a trip downtown with your lady friend!
"No, he says. No. Because, without wanting to get too specific, this particular cancer is caused by HPV [human papillomavirus], which actually comes about from cunnilingus... Read More
BY BUST Magazine
on Jan 11, 2013
You may not know Reggie Watts by name, but there’s a good chance you know his work, or at least recognize his lustrous afro from IFC’s Comedy Bang! Bang!, an absurdist faux late-night show in which Watts is the keyboard-playing sidekick to host Scott Aukerman. “Multifaceted” doesn’t begin to describe the 40-year-old Brooklynite; Watts is a mind-bending comedian who composes electronic tunes on a multi-track recorder while improvising funny lyrics and beatboxing, and the man has music and comedy skills to spare. Read More
BY BUST Magazine
on Dec 17, 2012
With her brave performance in Smashed, Mary Elizabeth Winstead proved she’s an acting force to be reckoned with. Here, the up-and-comer who gained cult status as Ramona Flowers in Scott Pilgrim vs. the World opens up about getting star-struck, getting wasted, and getting excited for Jell-O-mold season
How did you get into acting?
I feel like I’ve been acting my entire life. I started out on the stage as a toddler, dancing and singing and performing in plays. I lived in Salt Lake City, and in the ’90s, Utah was a big place for film shoots. Read More