It’s been just over five years since Mad Men ended, the show you can blame for some very questionable (read: ugly) sixties-inspired fashion choices in my early twenties.
Now, in the age of Corona, Corona, many TV show and film casts have virtually reunited, either for table reads of past episodes, or just general discussion. While everybody’s favorite Scientologist, Elisabeth Moss, was doing the rounds for her new movie Shirley, an interviewer asked her if the Mad Men gang would ever consider doing a “Zoom-union” (blegh). The famously vague Elisabeth kept it ambiguous as always, but alluded that it may already be in the works. Continue reading
Unlike some of her peers, Elisabeth Moss has always remained pretty tight lipped and vaguely bullshitty about her role as a lifelong Scientologist. Her most aggressive public stand was when she walked out of the room after Leah Remini won a Television Critics Award for the Scientology takedown docu-series Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath. Recently, Elisabeth’s been out there promoting her new movie, The Invisible Man, a role originally intended for Johnny Depp. While on Watch What Happens Live, a caller asked about the rumors she was engaged to Scientology Messiah, Tom Cruise. Continue reading
Wes Anderson is back with another cinematic masterpiece that will make your eyes go “Ooh!” and your brain go “Huh?”. After watching the trailer for The French Dispatch I have no idea what the plot is other than it involves some sort of publication I’m assuming is called The French Dispatch. But it sure looks nice! Continue reading
I don’t know which Project Runway reject fucked up the Overstock.com bedsheet challenge this badly either. And to think, we were so worried about Lizzo getting her juice all over the folding chairs at The Staples Center, we forgot to worry about potential coochie-contact with the upholstered seats at the Shrine Auditorium. However, Sarah Hyland’s short and confusing floral 4th of July bunting skirt was an outlier. For the most part, the outfits on display at last night’s Screen Actors’ Guild Awards were a lot more conservative, ranging from the tiered ruffles and billowy chiffon of a modest religious sect, to tailored suits. On ladies! Hollywood is confusing.
Scarlett Johansson is one of Hollywood’s most talented and versatile actresses. She’s a cisgender white woman who can play trans people! And Asians! For God’s sake, she recently revealed that she can play trees! It makes perfect sense that Forbes just named the woman who continually asks Meryl Streep to hold her beer as the highest-paid actress of 2019.
Elisabeth Moss sat down with The Daily Beast to talk about all of the new projects she has coming out including a film called Her Smell in which she plays a member of an all-female punk band who is “a hair-trigger-tempered hellraiser whose drug-induced mood swings petrify those around her.” Sounds like something meninists will hate. Elisabeth–who is one of the famous Scientologists along with the likes of John Travolta and Kirstie Alley–isn’t really open about it the way others are. With all the Leah Remini exposés on Scientology, Elisabeth got asked about it. She didn’t walk out, surprisingly, but she dodged those questions like a professional. Neo, who? Elisabeth Moss is The One.