Quite a few of the allegations against human-shaped nightmare Harvey Weinstein happened outside the statute of limitations. But some didn’t, like those from Paz de la Huerta. In November, Paz came forward with two allegations of rape, and was working with the NYPD. Now Paz has decided to take it one step further by filing a lawsuit against Harvey.
The folks at Tide may finally be recovering from young dipshits thinking their pods were edible. But I guess when they decided to rebrand their containers, they looked to the boxed wine they guzzled each night after a day of lecturing teens on why it isn’t great to eat laundry detergent.
Tide is hopping on the environmental train by coming out with a new eco-friendly container. Sure, it’s going to help the world be a better place and you’ll definitely never see a sad video of a turtle with a Tide jug up its nose. However, this also looks like a colorful Bota Box from the Trader Joe’s wine aisle.
Nicole Kidman is featured in this month’s issue of Allure, and the reporter took her to the most exotic of settings for their interview: a wine bar in a Nashville strip mall. How romantic! It’s kind of the standard shit as far as Nicole interviews go: she’s beautiful, she has porcelain skin, and she has four children (I guess we’re recognizing the first two this month). There’s always one out-of-touch dime in a celebrity interview, and this one has Nicole trying to say she isn’t actually a movie star or a celebrity. Continue reading
Back in August we learned that the latest TV show from the ’80s that was about to get the reboot treatment was ALF. It made sense, since ALF ran for four seasons from 1987 to 1990 and spawned a cartoon, a late-night talk show, and Milhouse Van Houten’s favorite Pogs. But according to TV Line, the proposed ALF reboot is dead.
ALF was proposed to be rebooted by Warner Bros. Television with original writers Tom Patchett and Paul Fusco. It stands to assume we’d find out what happened to ALF after he skipped town for the colony of New Melmac at the end of the 4th season. That’s still up for interpretation, as TV Line reports that the reboot “is not moving forward at this time” after it failed “to attract a suitor.”
That’s fancy TV insider talk for not being able to land a network or a production company.
I can’t imagine it’s done for good. Just done for right now, maybe. And that’s a smart choice, because I just don’t think ALF could really work in 2018. ALF’s whole thing was being a high-maintenance menace while hiding out in The Valley from the U.S. Military’s Alien Task Force. A narcissistic alien with boundary issues like ALF would blow his cover the second he discovered the iPhone and how much attention he could get on Instagram by posting selfies with the family cat.
This season of America is so wild, y’all. Did you catch last week’s episode where President Trump was holding a press conference and Jim Acosta from CNN asked him a few pointed questions, so Trump sent in an intern to take his microphone away and then revoked his press credentials? Then had his press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders try to make it seem like it was because Jim had “placed hands” on the intern by posting a video they got from a fringe, right-wing conspiracy website, which one of Trump’s attorneys later confirmed to had been “not altered” but “sped up“? That shit was BANANAS. Well, this week’s episode is just as crazy. CNN and Jim are suing Donald, Sarah, White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, the Deputy Chief of staff, the Director of the Secret Service, and an individual secret service officer.
Regardless of whether she is or isn’t a member of Taylor Swift’s girl squad, Lorde is probably going to get a call from Big T herself today. Because I’m sure the thought of helping Lorde prove that genius Kanye West isn’t as original and creative as he thinks he is has really put some pep in Taylor’s slither. Lorde has performed in a floating glass box, and so has Kanye and Kid Cudi. But according to Lorde, she did it first and Kanye and Kid are blatant copycats.