Recently, on “Wired”, Ryan Reynolds and Jack Gyllenhaal participated in a fun activity while promoting their new movie “Life” which is currently in theaters.
The two actors seemed to enjoy each other’s company as they poked fun at one another while answering questions that people often Google about them.
The video was fun to watch. Maybe some of your burning questions about these two will get answered! Hope you enjoy! And just in case you’re curious, I’ve also included a link to the “Life” trailer as well.
In a world where TV show binging has become popular, the truth is, a TV junkie like me runs through shows quickly. Even shows that stream through Hulu, Amazon, or Netflix can leave you feeling empty the next day because, well, they still run on a “season” system like cable does. So, what do you do when all of your shows go on hiatus? Continue reading →
Milla Jovovich caught the eyes of Hollywood as a young model, but quickly transitioned into the film industry. Although you may recognize her from some earlier fiction roles such as Lilli Hargrave in Return to the Black Lagoon or as Michelle Burroughs in Dazed and Confused, she found her way into the hearts of male and female viewers alike through science fiction films.
‘You’re the Worst’ Tackles Taboo Topic of Depressive Disorders
I want to start out by saying, that I was not expecting to stumble across such a serious topic while watching a comedy tv show that centers around sex and friends. However, I wouldn’t trade those episodes for anything. In Season 2 Episode 7 of You’re the Worst, one of the main characters, Gretchen, slowly and reluctantly reveals that she suffers from clinical depression.
When I was a kid, I loved to watch shows and movies that were just creepy enough to spook me, but not scary enough to completely put me off the horror genre. One of my favorite tv shows was Alfred Hitchcock Presents. Although the show was in black and white, I remember gripping my pillow in anticipation, wondering what would happen next to the ill-fated characters. It didn’t matter to me that it was pretend, that not a whole lot of gore was shown, I wanted to see with all of my heart what would happen next. Continue reading →