Which of These Celebrities Will Die From Bad Truffles First?

Gabrielle Bluestone · 09/28/15 02:19PM

Last week we brought you the unfortunate news that a trendy West Hollywood restaurant has been linked to a salmonella outbreak. At first, it looked like only regular people were affected, but now, dear reader, it is with a heavy heart that I inform you: dozens of beautiful celebrities may also be in danger.

Kaley Cuoco "Extremely Focused" on Horses After Divorce 

Allie Jones · 09/28/15 09:36AM

Kaley Cuoco—star of the popular Bird Bop program on CBS, now airing Mondays at 8/7c—announced her divorce from her husband of 21 months, Ryan Sweeting, on Friday. Since then she’s been doing stuff with horses.

500 Days of Kristin, Day 243: Jay Is Really Good With Purses

Allie Jones · 09/25/15 04:13PM

What’s a “push present?” According to Wikipedia, “a push present (also known as a push gift, baby mama gift or baby bauble) is a present a father gives to the mother to mark the occasion of her giving birth to their child.” According to Kristin Cavallari, she’s all for it.

500 Days of Kristin, Day 242: Tailgating Recipes for Dummies 

Allie Jones · 09/24/15 04:43PM

For the alleged benefit of those who have downloaded the Official Kristin Cavallari App for iPhone and Android, Kristin Cavallari announced at the beginning of football season that she would release one of her favorite tailgating recipes each week on the app.

"Who Are We To Say That Cannibalism Is Wrong?": Eli Roth Savages "Social Justice Warriors" in New Flick

Rich Juzwiak · 09/24/15 03:38PM

With The Green Inferno—the first of two new Eli Roth movies that will be released in the next two weeks—Eli Roth attempts the virtual impossible: making a modern cannibal movie. The Green Inferno is a throwback to the small but notorious cannibal subgenre of Italian horror movies that were made mostly during the late ’70s and early ’80s. The movies were characterized by extreme gore, on-screen mutilation of live animals, sexual violence, and depictions of jungle-dwelling natives as man-eating savages. They are intentionally revolting and, at best, effective assaults on the senses.

"Grace Does Her Own Shucking": Here's Grace Jones's Tour Rider

Rich Juzwiak · 09/24/15 12:30PM

Diva memoirs have a reputation for being light on revelations, but Grace Jones is no ordinary diva, and her upcoming book I’ll Never Write My Memoirs is no ordinary book. It’s frank regarding the sex and drugs the legendary singer/actor has indulged in, and unapologetically opinionated, but sometimes less than forthcoming about seemingly simple details (Jones spends several pages discussing why she will not discuss her age).

Showgirls Director Paul Verhoeven: "Yes, It Was Over the Top--and That Was on Purpose"

Rich Juzwiak · 09/22/15 03:45PM

Years ago, Showgirls star Gina Gershon admitted that she was aware of how ridiculous the movie was while they were filming it. Then just this summer, Elizabeth Berkley finally made peace with the movie she was widely ridiculed for and whose name she didn’t speak of for years. Now, in a Rolling Stone interview pegged to the camp classic’s 20th anniversary, the Dutch madman who directed it, Paul Verhoeven, has revealed that the movie is precisely as tacky as he wanted it to be.

There Aren't Enough Bricks in the World to Throw at Roland Emmerich’s Appalling Stonewall

Rich Juzwiak · 09/22/15 11:49AM

Even if it were possible to ignore its numerous failings at adequate representation and historical accuracy (problems that many noticed when its trailer hit the internet last month), Roland Emmerich’s Stonewall would still be a monstrosity. Its badness is nearly unfathomable. Emmerich has made several disaster movies (2012, The Day After Tomorrow, Independence Day), but his work has never achieved the level of cataclysm that Stonewall does.