When Jessica Biel and I first started talking about the "If You Don't Tell Them, Then Who Will" campaign, it hit us early on that we wanted to encourage real women to have real conversations about their bodies.
As a resident of Boston working in the film industry, it always excites me to hear about the success of local Boston talent. Jonathan Sacramone is an actor, writer, improvisor, comedian, and producer who got his start right here in Beantown.
On April 16, 2015, Funny or Die released the short and had its world premiere at the XPRIZE "Once Around the Sun" LOOP event. Three of the actors attended the event to speak about why they got involved in the project.
I was watching TV with Max and this elaborate commercial with fireworks comes on for KY Jelly. Max turns to me, dead serious, and says, "Mommy, would you like me to buy some KY for you as a present?" I told him, "That's okay, you already got me a lovely Christmas gift, but thank you."
Your call: Obama sitting "Between Two Ferns"? Or Republicans standing for...? ...
In today's day and age the general public at large cannot be won over by just a paid message from a beloved celebrity figure. Those days are over. That is no longer a guarantee alone to capture our attention. We get the game.
Yes, it's true: the times they are a-changin'. It's also time to get some new journalists in the White House Q&A room. Immediately.
As with all good secrets (this short is in fact a goof on The Secret), the spiritual awakening of "The Key" lies in the experience itself -- not in some journalist telling you about it -- thus find it here for your viewing pleasure.
Jim O'Heir's latest side project is a hilarious little gem called Little Knockers, which sees him playing Bruce Kilmer, an alcoholic, victory-obsessed head coach of a pee-wee football team.
Leave it to Neko Case, singer/songwriter/force-of-nature to turn out a darling 18 minute video about making borsch.
"It's all about content for us -- without it we have nothing to market. Social media to us means two things: community and distribution."
Women are waiting longer to get married now than ever before. It's not that they don't love their boyfriends, it's just that, well, they're busy. Thomas' Jewelers gets this.