Mayim Bialik, who portrayed Blossom in her younger days and now plays Amy, Sheldon’s “friend that’s a girl but not a girlfriend” on The Big Bang Theory is not afraid of speaking her mind.
Earlie this week, she slammed Ariana Grande for a billboard that was too sexual.
Now she’s telling everyone why she doesn’t like Disney’s Frozen.
The plot, in her mind, is “about the identification of a woman based on her desire and search to meet a man.”
It teaches girls “not to trust those nasty scheming conniving men.”
The animation of the female characters is out of sync with reality, featuring “tiny waists, ample busts, and huge heads. They look like dolls. They don’t look like the same species as the male characters even!”
Don’t hold back, Mayim. Tell us what you really think!
Ben Affleck - aka, the newest Batman - fessed up to some past sins in a new interview with Details magazine.
For instance, he got caught counting cards in a Las Vegas casino. Not so bad that he got tossed out, but enough so they diverted him from the blackjack table.
"I knew with blackjack that there's a way you can improve your odds," Ben said. "And so I started trying to learn. And then I just got to a point in my life where I'm like, 'If I'm going to do something, I'm going to try and do it really well.'"
So it's not really cheating if you're just trying hard to do well.
Ben also admits that while he was prepping for and shooting Gone Girl, he spent a good deal of time working on being puffy and hungover, because that's how his character was described in the book upon which the movie was based.
His director was very impressed. "It was six months of real dedication to being hungover. It was extremely method."
Not really an excuse when you get pulled over by the cops though, huh? "No, really, officer, I'm not drunk or hungover. I'm method-acting!"
Sometimes, it's not really clear what Elisabeth Hasselbeck is thinking...
In a tweet yesterday, she managed to wrap three scandals together: the one involivng Ray Rice and the NFL; the one involving the assualt on the US Embassy in Benghazi; and the one involving the IRS's alleged targeting of conservative groups.
Beyonce and Jay Z have wrapped up their On The Run Tour, so now they're releasing a series of three short films titled "Bang Bang." The first one came out yesterday.
If you saw the tour in person, you've already seen the three films strung together. If not (like most of us!), the three shorts are meant to pique our interest ahead of HBO's release of the On The Run concert film on September 20.
If nothing else, these two are brilliant marketers.
As for the short... Well, there's no dialogue. It's shot in black-and-white. Somebody shoots a mailbox, Jay Z puts his cigar out in a diner patron's hamburger. And Beyonce sort of looks like Faye Dunaway in a couple of shots. Oh, and the background music sounds like a Clint Eastwood spaghetti western.
Don't expect any Oscars for this one. But it will do the trick - keeping people talking about BeyZee.