Good afternoon my lovelies!
Happy birthday to Nicole Kidman, Olympia Dukakis, Dreama Walker and Grace Potter!
New York lawmakers are scolding Former Congressman Anthony Weiner after he FBI is using a sketch from Carrie Brownstein’s Portlandia as a training tool. Back in April, the FBI Academy in Virginia asked the Portlandia producers if they could use a clip from the sketch “Sanitation Twins” in its advanced-intelligence classes. The classes focus on espionage, IP theft and terrorism. What the what?!
Bikini-clad Naomi Watts and Robin Wright star in the May-December romantic film Adore (formerly titled Two Mothers). Now if I could only figure out how to Photoshop those dudes off the poster.
If you live in New York join out artist Drae Campbell on Saturday, June 22 at 9 pm as she hosts Prime: The Queer Party for Grown Folks Pride Edition at Jack (505 1/12 Waverly) in Brooklyn.
Sookie Stackhouse and Hermione Granger topped EW’s “25 Supernatural Women” list.
Tabatha Coffey desperately wants you to tune into her Bravo show tonight at 10pm. Don’t cry, Tabby!
Only 2 dates left who is going to join me tonight I may need the support I’m sad!
— tabatha coffey (@tabathacoffey) June 20, 2013
Allison Janney, Toni Collette and Maya Rudolph join forces for The Way, Way Back. Here’s a short clip from the film, which opens July 5.
NBC News has decided to move forward with Valeria “Rhoda” Harper’s cancer documentary. The hour-long film, hosted by Meredith Vieira, will follow Harper’s battle with terminal brain cancer. In March, the 73-year old actress was diagnosed with leptomeningeal carcinomatosis and was told she could die within three months.
Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy’s cop comedy The Heat hits theaters next Friday. To tide you over, watch these two dance drunk in the below clip.
Pitch Perfect’s Anna Kendrick has signed on to star in the musical Last 5 Years.
Photo of the Day!
Out model and former America’s Next Top Model contestant AzMarie rocks the cover of Elixher magazine.