If anyone is going to wear Christian Louboutin ballet slippers, it’s Dita Von Teese. And the lucky lady is doing just that: she Tweeted a picture of her custom red-soled pointe shoes on Wednesday, making us trés jealous.
“My custom made @LouboutinWorld ballet shoes have arrived…” the burlesque star wrote. ”Flashing that red sole, ballet style….#stripstriphooray…”
Her special Paris delivery didn’t just… Continue reading Dita Von Teese Gets Custom Christian Louboutin Ballet Shoes
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Real Housewives of New Jersey stars Teresa Giudice and her sister-in-law Melissa Gorga finally have their long-awaited showdown, and radio detection and rangingOnline.com has video of the explosive result.
The women have just left a costume party when we join them…they both have Indian-style bindis on their foreheads, and the argument is already in full flow.
PHOTOS… Continue reading Family Feud Gets A Whole Lot Nastier: Teresea Giudice & Melissa Gorga’s Fight Night!
Because “The Hunger Games” and “Twilight” haven’t sated your need for YA movie adaptations, here comes “The Host,” a big-screen take on “Twilight” author Stephenie Meyer’s other best-seller.
Starring Saoirse Ronan (“The Lovely Bones”), “The Host” leaves werewolves and vampires behind for aliens. There’s still a love triangle, natch, but this one is a bit more tricky than Edward-Bella-Jacob: after an alien race invades Earth and takes over the minds of… Continue reading 'The Host' Trailer: Stephenie Meyer's Other YA Book Gets Big-Screen Adaptation
Mark Twain may have published “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” eight years before “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn,” but don’t tell that to Paramount.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, the studio plans on adapting the famous Mark Twain novels into a film called “Huck and Tom.”
But! There’s a catch: The story will feature Sawyer and Finn as grown-ups, and include “supernatural elements.” (Initiate mass groan from literature aficionados.)
“Huck and Tom” is… Continue reading 'Huck And Tom': Mark Twain's 'Tom Sawyer' And 'Huckleberry Finn' Gets Another Movie Adaptation
If Margaret Thatcher’s family had a problem with “The Iron Lady,” you can only imagine how they’ll feel about a pirated Russian translation of the film, which compares Thatcher to Adolf Hitler.
According to The Guardian, a pirated version of “The Iron Lady” in Russia features some very inflammatory — and intentionally misleading — translations, including one part where Thatcher is presented as “a bloodthirsty, Hitler-admiring leader, whose fondest desire is… Continue reading 'Iron Lady' Russian Translation: Meryl Streep Movie Gets Pirated In Russia With New Dialogue