12:49 PM, December 17th, 2013

Candlestick sex, sex on money, group sex, and more sex: The 21 craziest moments in The Wolf of Wall Street

6:19 PM, November 7th, 2013

Love Actually is 10 years old and OMG we got a bunch of the cast to reminisce about it!!! 

Laura Linney: …And sweet, wonderful Rodrigo! We were both brokenhearted at the time and had gotten out of rough relationships, so it was just very sweet.

Rodrigo Santoro: I broke up a couple of months before we met, and Laura and me were both in the same zone. Laura is a special human being—so sweet, humble, and down to earth. 


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11:21 AM, August 30th, 2013

The Coen Brothers’ latest film, ‘Inside Llewyn Davis,’ chronicles a singer-songwriter struggling to navigate the early ‘60s Greenwich Village folk scene. And it’s amazing.

12:40 PM, August 8th, 2013

Watching [Miles Teller and Shailene Woodley] in front of and behind the camera was an absolute miracle—they were Sutter and Aimee.  

An example: there are quite a few scenes in the movie in which they have to kiss. The first one we shot was on a playground in the middle of the night. To stay awake Miles was eating Twizzlers, and Shailene, as usual, was drinking an earthy tea. They got into character, did the scene, and the kiss was tender, sweet, beautiful. And as soon as James yelled “cut,” they both burst into hysterics. Shailene said to Miles, “You taste like processed food!” He responded, “You taste like dirt!” Differences in snack preferences aside, their chemistry is a tribute to them as serious actors and to their respect for each other.

The screenwriters of ‘The Spectacular Now’ share how their movie got made, plus some never-before-seen photos and oh man, when do we get to see this movie? 

3:37 PM, April 30th, 2013
We bought $75,000 worth of sex toys to stock the sex-toy warehouse. I could have filmed the crew coming in that day because they’d stop and see these things—anatomically correct vajayjays and this butt (everyone would touch the butt because it felt real)—and it was hysterical. We were going to return all the sex toys to get three-quarters of our money back, but they started disappearing. We were like, “Who is taking the sex toys?”

Michael Bay is returning to his ‘Bad Boys’ roots with ‘Pain and Gain’. Also buying sex toys?

Read the interview in Newsweek.

4:07 PM, February 21st, 2013

This is how you give the perfect Oscar acceptance speech (don’t forget to thank Meryl). 

2:22 PM, November 27th, 2012


“We’re not going to do any of that goofy stuff. No one is going to be running out with big dildos sticking out of their thongs.” 

We chatted with Matthew McConaughey about ‘Magic Mike’, losing weight and more. Read the full article here. 

McConaughey for Best Supporting Actor.

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3:15 PM, November 15th, 2012


Our predictions of what the three scenes are: 

1. The iPod launch Stevenote speech.

2. Steve Jobs’ LSD trip in the 1970s.

3. President Bartlet explaining to Steve that all the technology in the world won’t make America great unless we have heart. And then they sing Gilbert and Sullivan together.



“I hope I don’t get killed by the studio for giving too much away,” Sorkin said, “but this entire movie is going to be three scenes, and three scenes only, that all take place in real time.”

This. Sounds. Awesome. 

Great idea EAD, but he said the 3 scenes will be:

…three real-time scenes about the creation of the Mac; Jobs’s company, Next; and the iPod.

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3:05 PM, November 15th, 2012


“I hope I don’t get killed by the studio for giving too much away,” Sorkin said, “but this entire movie is going to be three scenes, and three scenes only, that all take place in real time.”

This. Sounds. Awesome. 

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3:16 PM, July 9th, 2012



“…the filmmakers seem to have misplaced their supply of coherence pills.”

- A Simple Prescription for Superior Powers March 17, 2011


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12:45 PM, June 27th, 2012

Remembering Nora Ephron as Our Dorothy Parker, but More


Nora was both hedgehog and fox. She knew a great deal about a great many things, and she delighted in sharing what she knew. A number of years ago, I was taking a trip to Rome, and she generously availed me of her guide to its enchantments, a small pamphlet she’d composed that included a thumbnail sketch of every terrific restaurant, of every amusing thing to do, of the right place to get a haircut or a manicure, all springily written and completely true. Nora prided herself in knowing how to do things, where to get them, what was good and in what way it was good. Think of the moments in her essays, her novels, and her movies when she addresses the fact of food. No one has ever written about food with more pleasure or more pleasurably—or more infectiously. You wanted to eat the thing she was kvelling about, right then and there, even before the next sentence.

Screenwriter and friend Stephen Schiff salutes Nora Ephron’s wonderful films, impeccable taste, and versatile strength to the end.

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