If he’s still in love with me. Because… I’m still in love with him. I am. I’ve been in love with him since I was 23 years old. He’s everything to me. He’s my life. I feel complete when I’m with him. I feel empty when we’re apart. He’s the father of my children and he’s my soulmate.
He said: Sarah Paulson’s lot in life is to never win the Emmy she deserves for her relentlessly astonishing work on various iterations of American Horror Story. She’s like Jon Hamm, if all of Jon Hamm’s fellow nominees were also his costars. But, like, consolation prize: She wins all the awards for this dress, which sort of looks like a recap of the first three seasons of American Horror Story translated into a Jackson Pollock painting. Are people hating on this dress? Do they not appreciate the fact that it looks like blood snow falling on a dark night of the soul? I bet Ryan Murphy casts this dress in season 4. A
She said: No. It looks like what’s inside a container you’re afraid to open because it’s been in the fridge waaay too long. D
More Emmys Red Carpet He Said/She said from Darren Franich and Hillary Busis here.
I always wanted the reboot of Ghostbusters to be four girl-ghostbusters. Like, four normal, plucky women living in New York City searching for Mr. Right and trying to find jobs — but who also bust ghosts. I’m not an idiot, though. I know the demographic for Ghostbusters is teenage boys, and I know they would kill themselves if two ghostbusters had a makeover at Sephora. I just have always wanted to see a cool girl having her first kiss with a guy she’s had a crush on, and then have to excuse herself to go trap the pissed-off ghosts of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire or something. In my imagination, I am, of course, one of the ghostbusters, with the likes of say, Emily Blunt, Taraji Henson, and Natalie Portman. Even if I’m not the ringleader, I’m definitely the one who gets to say “I ain’t afraid a no ghost.” At least the first time.
Mindy Kaling, Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns)
If Hollywood dies, the industry has no one to blame but itself.
In regards to Hollywood’s current summer slate, customers voted with their wallets. They don’t want what Hollywood is offering, in part because its continuously catering to a demographic losing interest in the movies.
That brings us to another explanation: Some believe Hollywood’s predilection for all things testosterone-laden is causing the downturn. As Kelly Faircloth of Jezebel glibly put it, “If you essentially ignore half the population, you’re leaving money on the table.”
The numbers paint a clear picture: “Females made up only 39 percent ofAmazing Spider-Man 2’s debut audience, compared with 42 percent for 2012’s The Amazing Spider-Man and 46 percent for Spider-Man 3. The same trend applies to Transformers. This summer’s Age of Extinction skewed 64 percent male during its first weekend, more than the previous two films, and it played the oldest.”