Because we are women and therefore simple creatures who are easily enticed by a movie with a cast of all women, the Jezebel staff had been hotly anticipating Ocean’s 8 for awhile. For months, we would walk past promotional posters (“Every Con Has Its Pros,” they read) and would think, Good tagline! We’d then proceed…
Actor Nicolas Cage was spotted in Los Angeles with girlfriend Erika Koike (whom The Daily Mail describes as a woman “thought to be a make-up artist”) wearing four items of clothing he appears to have stolen out of my closet while I wasn’t looking.
Here she is. The Ocean’s 8 trailer. Everyone at Jezebel passionately loves at least one woman in this cast. A love like that is scary, because you might be disappointed by your love’s promotional materials. Don’t be afraid—this trailer lives up to its expectations.
Every once in awhile, it’s nice to remember that love is real, and it is embodied by the relationship between Sarah Paulson and Holland Taylor.
Ellen DeGeneres’s unfortunate commitment to “pranks” means that at some point she’s gonna piss you off by tormenting one of your favorite celebrities. Here it is for me.
There may be no other desk bit on late night programming as obviously set up as Wheel of Impressions on The Tonight Show, but who cares. If it lets a star like Sarah Paulson show off her incredible impression of Kathleen Turner she’s been sitting on, I’ll watch it.
After what has felt like a very protracted promotional cycle, a trailer has been released for American Horror Story: Cult, providing the clearest glimpse yet into what will likely be a very bad season of television.
Look at this extremely chill assortment of fashionable L Train riders, or is that the 6? Oh yes, it’s the 6, the Soho-to-Uptown segment is much nattier than 8th Avenue to Brooklyn, plus the L has never been this empty in its life.
Love is real: Sarah Paulson and Holland Taylor can’t stop talking about it.
The light of my life Sarah Paulson is in the upcoming Ocean’s 11 reboot Ocean’s 8 along with Rihanna, Anne Hathaway, Cate Blanchett and more of your faves. And, to answer a very dumb question, she certainly isn’t worried about fighting with the female cast members of that film, thank you for asking.
The wonderful Sarah Paulson won her first Emmy Sunday night for the role of Marcia Clark in The People v O.J. Simpson.
Contrary, it seems, to the rumors that AHS would turn in the direction of The Hills Have Eyes and all the homicidal incestuous gore that connotes, Wednesday night’s premiere focused on a different, truly American horror story: the mysteries of Roanoke, the North Carolina colony that, in year 1587, effectively…
I confess that I’ve never seen any of the films from the Ocean’s Trilogy because there are strange gaps in my entertainment knowledge, but Sarah Paulson is now in talks to join this cast is so fucking exciting and now I can’t wait.
The most recent addition to Ryan Murphy’s latest anthology-style project, Feud, should not surprise you. After wowing everyone as Marcia Clark in American Crime Story: The People vs. OJ Simpson, Sarah Paulson will be joining in the (presumably) high-camp Old Hollywood fun.
The first thing Marcia Clark said to Sarah Paulson, who plays her on American Crime Story: The People vs. O.J. Simpson, when they met was, “I just want to apologize for the hair.” After watching last night’s episode, entitled “Marcia, Marcia, Marcia,” it feels like an understandable apology.
For those of you who upon hearing the name “Ryan Murphy” make like a grade A imitation Chris Christie during Trump’s speech in Palm Beach on Super Tuesday, you might not have heard that his latest TV proffering is actually kind of good maybe? It also means that The New York Times had an excuse to interview Sarah…
According to Vanity Fair, The People vs. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story will explore the gender dynamics that underpinned the perception of prosecutor Marcia Clark. Played by Sarah Paulson, the series will tackle Simpson’s history of domestic abuse as well as Clark’s “presence as a powerful woman in the courtroom.”
As someone who is not a co-host of The View currently feuding with NeNe Leakes, I may not be the right person to give an opinion about Raven-Symoné’s recent comments. But, as someone who lives in the United States of America, I have the freedom of speech, so I’m going to give my opinion and speak my truth.
H.H. Holmes was an American serial killer of the 1800s who built a hotel in Chicago specifically for the purpose of carrying out his gruesome crimes, including rooms that sealed shut so he could asphixiate, gas, or burn his victims alive. His killing abode was called the “Murder Castle”; his story is fascinating,…
On the heels of Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Story: Hotel debut on Wednesday, two new trailers for another one of his shows, American Crime Story: The People vs. O.J. Simpson, have surfaced. For the record, there are a lot… fewer wigs in these trailers than we’d hoped for?