Good afternoon and happy Friday!
Happy birthday to Happy Endings actress Eliza Coupe and Marilu Henner!
After weeks of back and forth the MPAA has granted the documentary Bully a PG-13 rating. The new rating means that on April 13 the film will expand to 55 markets and schools will now more easily be used as an educational tool.
Michelle Williams and Sarah Silverman joined forces with writer/director Sarah Polley for Take This Waltz. Although I find it difficult to believe that Williams’ character would be married to Seth Rogen, the movie does look intriguing.
Adele looks stunning on the cover of this week’s Entertainment Weekly.
While Jennifer Lawrence looks teeny-tiny on Box magazine.
Check out Kat Devlin and the White Whale‘s official music video for “Dear Emmi.”
Out model Amber Rose dished to People about her upcoming wedding to rapper Wiz Khalifa.
Mila Kunis plays “the girlfriend” role in Mark Walberg‘s comedy Ted. Sheesh, even teddy bears are getting better roles than me!
Out rocker Melissa Etheridge is busy writing a new album and a musical. Etheridge revealed to Billboard the context of her latest songs, saying, “I’m writing about new love and old love. Goodbyes. A little bit with my kids, and some spiritual outlooks on things — just live all around me. Fearless Love was a bit more focused; this is just really, ‘OK, whatever’s there, come to me. Let me pull it out and make the best of it.’ There are a couple of fictional songs, too; there’s one about, like, what if I was still living in Kansas? What would I be doing?'” Etheridge will be spending three weeks this month working in the studio with producers Jacquire King and Steve Booker with the intention of releasing the new album later this year.
This morning I came across a PSA in support of Gay Youth called #tomyunbornchild. Even though the overall message is intended to be good I found this video to be quite disturbing.
Rosie O’Donnell shared a personal photo of herself relaxing on Twitter.
Video of the Day!
The students at Brigham Young University (a private university owned and operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) added their voices to the “It Gets Better Campaign.”
Have a happy and safe weekend everyone!