Yesterday, I announced my newest nominee for Gross Baboon of the Year with the news of Jesse James and his uber-skank Michelle "Bombshell" McGee (a.k...
Just ask Snoop, Dr. Dre or even me, for that matter -- you can take the boy outta Long Beach but you can't take Long Beach outta the boy. One of that town's fine sons has proven that adage once again.
The curse of the Oscars has struck again. Days after Kate Winslet announced her marriage was over, Sandra Bullock's husband has got caught up in accusations of infidelity.
Today's leading ladies are part of a new "in-crowd" that is fabulous, flourishing and over 40.
There are many healthy relationships with female breadwinners where the men have their own ambitions and drive. I believe there is a new type of male/female relationship forming in our culture not defined by who is more dominant and successful.
You know that whole conversation about how women don't go to the movies and are not a film market? You know that conversation that we hear over and o...
I did something on Sunday night that I haven't done since I was a co-ed in my dorm room at the University of Wisconsin, I popped some kettle corn and ...
Hurray for the women at the Academy Awards, and for the Academy for not only providing the opportunity for women at midlife and beyond to walk the red carpet, but to finally arrive.
I finally realized there was no hope for ABC's strikingly ill-formed telecast of the 82nd Academy Awards when Robin Williams took the stage to present...
"I do not care if she is a Sunni or a Shiite," said Yusuf Makiya, 37, who cast his vote in Falujah. "She is just so darn likable."
For those of us who are hooked on watching the Academy Awards because we love movies, or just because it is a time-honored tradition, here are the best 'award-winning' quotes from last night's Oscars.
This year's Oscar producers, Adam Shankman and Bil Mechanic, were so dedicated to the quixotic task of luring in young viewers, that we were given a show full of presenters that appeared to have gone through puberty during the rehearsals.
Attention celebrity publicists: Cut it out. You need to research the Golden Age of Hollywood. It was then that the star machine created real superstars.
I'm still not convinced that The Blind Side will win an Academy Award, but it is true that it is something of a miracle that it was ever nominated.
I've been asked to weigh in on whether Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds will somehow game the system or benefit from the screwy new best-picture voting process. Here's what I think: I don't care.
The other day I wrote a piece about the lack of factual information being bandied about regarding the fees that celebrities charge to attend the New York fashion shows. The misinformation continues.