You don’t need a mistletoe to get two strangers to lock lips. Just get them featured in the New York Times.
For the publication’s Great Performers issue, 18 Hollywood stars have been paired up to star in nine separate short clips centered around a kiss. The Elaine Constantine-helmed project, titled “9 Kisses,” feature…
“Life’s a party, rock your body.”
Today is a good day because everybody’s favorite anthropomorphic shell is back after a three-year hiatus.
Abortion doesn’t necessarily go hand-in-hand with romantic comedies. It’s generally avoided by mainstream movies. But given that it’s a hot-button topic and something that many women deal with nowadays, it’s about damn time that someone made a film revolving around the complexities and romantic complications behind the matter. Enter Obvious Child.
Despite nabbing its best numbers in two months for its live results finale, FOX’s The X Factor was down 18 percent as compared to its Season 1 finale with 9.6 million total viewers. Meanwhile NBC’s A White House Christmas performed better than its usual Thursday comedies with 8.4 million viewers. [TV Guide]