Good afternoon and happy hump day!
Happy birthday to Zoe Saldana, Gena Rowlands, Kathleen Turner, Robin
Tunney, Poppy Montgomery, Mia Maestro, Phylicia Rashad, Paula Abdul
and Heart’s Ann Wilson!
Tegan and Sara’s mom is blogging about their latest tour. How cute is that?
Actress Selma Blair (Cruel Intentions) will not be returning to Charlie Sheen’s FX series Anger Management.
A longhaired Kristin Scott Thomas looks dynamite in the crime
thriller Only God Forgives.
The Netflix prison series Orange is the New Black screened earlier
this week in Los Angeles. Some of our favorite ladies attended the
world premiere including Clea DuVall, Sia and Natasha Lyonne.
Photo by Jesse Grant/Getty Images
Madonna channeled Marlene Dietrich at last night’s premiere of her MDNA Tour in New York.
Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images
Bridesmaids director Paul Feig is working on a female spy film. Feig wants to move forward with his script Susan Cooper, which is described as “a realistic comedy about a female James Bond.” I’m crossing my
fingers that Olivia Munn gets the title role.
Speaking of Munn, she and her Newsroom castmates grace the cover of
The Hollywood Reporter.
Photo by Joe Pugliese/EW
Aubrey Plaza and New Girl’s Jake Johanson star in the JC Brooks & the
Uptown Sound’s music video for “Rouse Yourself.”
Attention ladies of Chicago! Next week is the BackLot Bash in honor of
Chicago Pride featuring Julie Goldman, Sandra Valls, Melissa Ferrick, Uh Huh Her and many more.
Casting has begun for a new cable television series starring real life
LGBT parents. For more info visit the casting page.
Out artist Beach (formerly known as Bitch) is offering a free download of her new song “Love Was a River.”
Arrested Development’s Jessica Walters is featured in The Hollywood Reporter’s Comedy Actress Roundtable. I love this woman!
Liv Tyler has joined HBO pilot The Leftovers. I hope the first episode is about pizza.
The Indigo Girls announced their fall Canadian show dates. Tickets
went on sale today so hop to it!
Video of the Day!
Curve magazine wants to help all those in a long distant relationship
with its video “Too Many Tolls.”