We’ve heard this story before: super famous comedian is hilarious but is rumored to do some disgusting/reprehensible/criminal thing offstage. It remains unconfirmed, but eventually, enough people corroborate the story that we’re forced to pay attention.
Hollywood doesn’t know how to change it up. It’s more than franchise burnout: it’s trope burnout, actor burnout, anger and disenchantment at the lack of casting diversity. Moviegoers aren’t inspired and it shows.
By making something untouchable, you’re conveying your political beliefs on the matter. It limits the parameters of political discussion while willfully ignoring the larger implications of a global issue.
Both turmeric and garlic have the distinction of possessing medicinal benefits while being delicious additions to many meals.
Adiós expensive Rosetta Stone and hola, free, gamification-rich Duolingo !
“It is important to understand women’s sexuality, which may include anal sexuality”
Joss Whedon’s feminism has always been defined solely by his love of taking strong, sexy women and making them cry.
Now that Adams has burned the bridges with The Strokes, Har Mar Superstar and Father John Misty, the question remains: who’s next?
As with most fields, the work that women do is valued less
Insane Clown Posse’s posse is now considered a gang. So, BTRtoday chats w/ longtime fan about the world of ICP.
People want convenient, fresh meat. The race is on to deliver it the fastest—and cheapest.
Everything you wanted to know about Guam but were too afraid to ask (Because you were afraid of nuclear war)
Competing journalistic investigations are getting to the bottom of the question “who even likes boobs anymore?”
Fifth Avenue was quiet as Trump cast blame for Charlottesville on the alt left.
Music festivals are supposed to be fun. But there bumps in the festival road—especially for a girl. Here are seven of the biggest ones.
Get away from the curse of American sex: the baseball metaphor that starts with kissing and ends with vaginal or anal penetration.
Faust’s talks are generous in details about the failures underpinning America’s health care system. But they’re also engaging, funny and driven by urgent moral clarity.
Today, the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem has about 700 bears, and the Northern Continental Divide ecosystem in Montana is thought to have about 1,000 bears.
Is the search engine’s fight against fake news damaging the legitimate small digital press?
Arcade Fire is under fire following the release of their fifth studio album, ‘Everything Now’ with music journalists and fans questioning their motives.
Addressing yourself by name can help control stressful emotions like fear, anger and sadness. But you risk being judged as a loon or a narcissist if you try it in public.
Thanks to the first large-scale study examining the full array of American sexual behavior, we know that-Americans are going far beyond vaginal and anal penetration.
Hasidic men throwing Molotov cocktails. A man on fire running into the Church Ave G train stop. A bunch of hipsters running rampant. Oh yeah, this is going to be an over-the-top action film.
A summer that includes both Bigelow and Jenkins, two ceiling-shattering female directors, seems like the summer audiences realize the future of film is female. But it won’t be.
Eli Roth and Bruce Willis have made the perfect movie for whiny old white men with their remake of Death Wish.
The administration is looking into affirmative action exactly the way you’d expect it to.
Encouraging former convicts to rebuild their lives by weed seems antithetical to American values. But if it works, it would be a huge leap forward for racial justice.
Ryan Adams fired shots at frenemies the Strokes and fans are wondering; can’t we all just get along?
Donald Trump is taking his role as America’s first reality show president seriously. The White House has turned into political Chopped. Sean Spicer lost in the appetizer round, while Reince Priebus was bounced after a bland entree. Not even the sweet, Long Island ice tea sorbet of Anthony Scaramucci could satisfy the president. While he’s got a keen eye for entertainment and talentless hacks, Trump’s taste in food is trash. Be it his preference for well done steak, Trump Tower taco bowls or private jet fast food binges, America deserves better from its commander-in-chief. We deserve an administration that equally represents our undying obsession for celebrity and our overwhelming love for food. With that in mind, I give you the presidential cabinet re-stocked with celebrity chefs. They may be just as politically incompetent, but hey, at least they can cook. President Guy Fieri He’s a walking meme with a haircut no other man his age would wear or even conceive of. He’s the first and only mayor of Flavortown, USA. And his ad libs are legendary, perfect to throw in after signing a key piece of legislation. Immigration ban? “Wow.” Spiking tariffs on Chinese trade? “That’s what I’m talkin’ about.” Repealing healthcare for untold millions of Americans? “Now that’s gangster.” Like Trump, Fieri is a dry-rubbed meat slab of American excess. He’s personally finished every dish he’s been filmed preparing. Throw some flames on Air Force One and strap in–it’s gonna be one hell of a term. Vice President Paula Deen Swap homophobia for racism and we might have a perfect match. Deen and Mike Pence share snow white hair, a dead look in their eyes, and voices that make me wish I got some more sleep. But instead of gay conversion therapy, Deen’s quest to destroy the fabric of American morality will be through butter. Fry me up some cheesecake and let’s start breakin’ some legislative deadlocks, y’all. Secretary of State Gordon Ramsay Rex Tillerson reportedly struggles with eye contact while Ramsay, well, doesn’t. But sending the king of kitchen rage to negotiate with world leaders? The number of “fuck offs” would be too many to count. Give it a month before Ramsay yells “that’s pathetic!” and spits on an international trade agreement or squeezes Emmanuel Macron’s head between two pieces of bread to make an idiot sandwich. Secretary of Defense Emeril Lagasse James “Mad Dog” Mattis may keep other people awake at night, but Emeril’s sure to kick our national defense up a notch. Here’s how a dicey situation might go down in Secretary Lagasse’s office: General: Sir, we’ve confirmed a small group ISIS fighters are in the region, but there’s… Emeril: BAM! General: …a large number of civilians in the… Emeril: BAM! General: …area. I’m talking a lot, like two or three… Emeril: BAM! General: …hundred. I suggest we… Emeril: BAM! General: ..wait for more info– Emeril: BAM! BAM! BAM! General: OK, light ‘em up. If only we’d been this callous toward civilian life sooner, America would be so much safer. Oh, wait… Communications Director Mario Batali A sweet-talking Italian from New York? Check. If Batali’s smart, he’ll use Eataly to cater press briefings to keep the fake news media journalists happy. Based on TV and online videos, he’s the nicest person on the face of the Earth. Decent chance he’ll break from Anthony Scaramucci’s current strategy of using a morning talk show as a therapy session. Attorney General Bobby Flay No one’s quite racist enough to fill Jeff Sessions’ pointy-toed elf shoes, but the idea of settling legal disputes Iron Chef-style was too good to pass up. Special Advisor to the President Anthony Bourdain Bourdain is attractive, woke and supremely well-traveled. Steve Bannon is racist, scared of brown people, and looks like this. They don’t exactly match up, but we couldn’t help inserting a little rationality in the administration.