We’re huge fans of Gayle Foreman‘s books around here and were thrilled when Chloe Moretz was announced as the lead in If I Stay, Foreman’s gut-wrenching tale about a young woman’s life following a tragic car accident. (We’d say more, but spoilers, ya know?) Fans of the book will be pleased to know that production is moving right along for the film.
“We just got our final draft of the script and I’m very happy with it,” Chloe tells VH1. Oh yeah, and she’s also doing a lot of this:
“I’m trying to fit in cello every five minutes,” says the actress. For more on her new co-stars, the script and Chloe’s feelings about the book, check out the clip above.
Did you miss Best Week Ever over the weekend? Fear not! Thanks to the miracle of streaming video technology, we can now show you the ENTIRE EPISODE that premiered this past weekend. You can now watch the Gravity spoof that was the show’s cold open, you can see Sassy and Puma from Black Ink Crew spend some QT with Michael Che, but what you REALLY want to check out is when Mr. StarbucksDrakeHands himself, Brody Ryan, takes home the prize for having the Best Week Ever!
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Back when she was pregnant, Kim Kardashian earned perhaps more than her fair share of scrutiny for the ways in which she attempted to stick to her old way of dressing, despite her ever-changing figure. I pretty much expected that trend to continue after she gave birth to North West in June. Why would Kimmycakes give up her skintight outfits and uncomfortable shoes now? Well, imagine my surprise when I actually analyzed the fashions she’s been sporting since her return to the spotlight last month.
Despite a couple of flashy gowns Kim wore during Paris Fashion Week, most of what she’s been wearing reminds me of my own wardrobe in those first few months after having a baby. If you’re breastfeeding, you’re body is not your own for quite some time — not only are you not shedding the belly as rapidly as tabloids would have you believe is possible, you’ve got these giant milkbags attached to you. You have to wear shirts with easy access for baby, and on the days when you decide to wear something remotely nice, she/he inevitably decides to spit up on you right before you head out the door. Granted, Kim probably has a lot of help — from stylists who remind her to brush her hair before heading out the door to people who can hold the baby while she pulls on her shoes so she doesn’t accidentally find herself out in her slippers. But when I look at what she’s been wearing lately, I can actually identify with her in ways I never could before.
What do you think of Kim’s post-partum style? Check out my scoring system in the gallery before (from 1, the least mom-like, to 10) and let me know if you agree!
The Wire is one of the most respected series in cable television history, known for its complex characters on both sides of the Baltimore drug game. The Walking Dead is one of the most popular television series in cable television history, known for the fact that it’s a television show about zombies and zombies rule. Fans of both shows expressed a collective “OH SNAP!” last season on The Walking Dead with the appearance of Tyreese played by Chad Coleman who had previously played the ex-con with a heart of gold Dennis “Cutty” Wise on The Wire. Now the word is out that actor Larry Gilliard, Jr. who played The Wire’s ill-fated drug dealer D’Angelo “D” Barksdale is playing Bob Stookey on season 4 of The Walking Dead. That got us thinking of what other Wire characters we’d love to see on The Walking Dead’s cruel new world. Who would rise to the occasion and put down walkers and who would end up zombie meat with the quickness? Here are 10 Characters From The Wire We’d Like To See On The Walking Dead.