BY BUST Magazine
on Aug 20, 2010
Busty gals I have to tell you, this movie is a really good one. Definitely worth dressing up for, as if you need the excuse.
MODERN LOVE IS AUTOMATIC, a new motion picture about an apathetic nurse who moonlights as a dominatrix, her aspiring model roommate and the sad, strange world they live in, will have a week long theatrical run at reRun, Brooklyn's newest, coolest movie theater. Read More
BY Intern Brittany J.
on Aug 19, 2010
What’s that you say? You need something to cheer you up? Thursday is a bore because it’s almost Friday but not quite Friday and you’re having a hard time staying awake enough to even make it to Friday? Think your life is rough? Well think again.This is Marcel. Marcel is a shell. Marcel wears shoes and seems somewhat gender-ambiguous. Marcel ate some cheese once, but it was probably a bad idea. Marcel has to walk on phones to talk on them. Marcel has one regret in life, which means Marcel gets to hang out with lint sometimes. Read More
BY Intern Brittany J.
on Aug 16, 2010
It's been a grueling search for the female lead of the Hollywood adaptation of Stieg Larsson's The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. Names have been tossed in the air and shot down like Duck Hunt: Ellen Page, Carey Mulligan, Emily Browning, Emma Watson, Mia Wasikowska, Kristen Stewart. But Sony Pictures has announced today that Lisbeth Salander will be played by Rooney Mara, who recently starred in a remake of Nightmare on Elm Street and in the forthcoming The Social Network about the rise of Facebook. Read More
BY Kelly McClure
on Aug 14, 2010
The hilariously specific comedy sketches made by Thunderant's Carrie Brownstein and Fred Armisen haven't been popping up on their website very regularly these days. This probably has something to do with the fact that they've been busy thinking up new material for 'Portlandia,' a Thunderant inspired comedy series set to air on IFC, which begins production later this month.
The show will be shot entirely in Oregon, and will pull from a bevy of Portland specific scenarios such as fanatical crafting, passionate recycling, and people with master's degrees working in pizza joints. Read More
on Aug 13, 2010
BUST-y lady, and our lovely managing editor, Emily Rems appeared as a guest this morning on the NPR show "The Takeaway" to discuss the death of the "macho man" in present day cinema. Today, two very different movies are being released in theaters nationally - "Eat, Pray, Love" and "The Expendables."
The question at hand here is, when a movie is so crammed with tried and true, and stereotypically "strong" actors, and all of those actors happen to be over forty, does this predict the death of "the macho man?" The Takeaway seems to think so, or at least, an evolution into something different. Read More