Last week, we learned a new thing about Kristin Cavallari, which is that she loves to clean her house with a Hoover® Cordless Vacuum. She did not reveal this news herself, however—it was Hoover® that trumpeted it with a press release. Kristin has remained silent on her apparent relationship with the vacuum...until now.
Some time in the middle of Gaspar Noé’s new movie Love, star Karl Glusman ejaculates all over the camera. It’s a sight gag because the movie is in 3D, and probably the only instance of an anatomical closeup in the whole, sex-filled 135-minute movie. Generally, Love is more focused the bonds of its love-triangle-trapped characters Murphy (Glusman), Electra (Aomi Muyock), and Omi (Klara Kristin). When they are depicted having sex, as they frequently are onscreen, whomever’s having it is almost always in the same frame at all times. They are often performing actual sex acts, like the three-minute hand job/finger bang that opens the film.
In celebration of Halloween, we took a shallow dive into the horror subgenre of evil-child horror movies. Weird-kid cinema stretches back at least to 1956’s The Bad Seed, and has experienced a resurgence recently via movies like The Babadook, Goodnight Mommy, and Cooties. You could look at this trend as a natural extension of the focus on domesticity seen in horror via the wave of haunted-house movies that 2009’s Paranormal Activity helped usher in. Or maybe we’re just wizening up as a culture and realizing that children are evil and that film is a great way to warn people of this truth.
Misty Copeland? Try Misty Nopeland! A new ballerina has captured America’s hearts: it’s none other than Hollywood’s most notorious baby, North West. The tiny dancer showed all those blue jean babies how to really make a scene as she rocked her signature eggshell tutu, custom Balmain blazer, and pink ballet slippers while hitting the town with one of her favorite L.A. ladies. Hold me closer!