Yeah, this just looks TERRIBLE. Somehow they’ve managed to make the always incredibly hot Jamie Dornan look like Darren Stevens from Bewitched and Dakota Johnson just looks some boring Lifetime heroine. WHAT were they thinking with this casting?
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Rider and Will: Still eminently doable. Click to enlarge. (via Aaron’s Johnson)
I’m sure you all are counting down the days till RuPaul’s Drag Race: The Lost Season Ru-Vealed re-airs on Logo this Monday (Who isn’t?) Well no need to wait because you can watch the first episode now on LogoTV.com! Head over there and start your engines, ladies! But if you want wait to watch it on your TV with a group of your good Judy’s, then tune into Logo on Monday at 9PM to see all the O.G.Queens werk it out. Thanks Entertainment Weekly for the fabulous write up!
Just four episodes left! Read four theories as to how it’s going to end here.
A HUGE condragulations to Mama Ru for winning Best Dressed Reality TV Judge from Entertainment Weekly! She beat out the likes of Shakira and Heidi Klum in a landslide victory, garnering 74% of the vote! Can I get an Amen?
RuPaul has yet again been nominated for an award! This time the award is for “Best Dressed Reality TV Judge” by Entertainment Weekly. If you have any doubts, (WHY WOULD YOU?!) than take a look at this video featuring all of Ru’s looks from every season of RuPaul’s Drag Race. Then head over to EW and cast your vote!
It’s the latest YA trilogy that tries to fill the void left by Twilight, of course. We’ve been talking aboiut it for months. You know the drill: Set in a dystopian future where society is divided into five factions devoted to particular virtues, one girl discovers she is SUITED FOR MORE THAN ONE FACTION, can you imagine? Trouble ensues, blah blah blah. The cast includes Shailene Woodley (The Descendants) who plays the multi-faceted young lady in question, Golden Boy‘s Theo James, Kate Winslet, Tony Goldwyn, Zoe Kravitz, Maggie Q, Ashley Judd, and Ben Lamb. So far, it kinda looks like a cut-rate Hunger Games, but that’s still infinitely preferable to that Mortal Instruments dreck being foisted upon us later this summer. (via EW)