This is why editing technology exists.
No cruel intentions here.
Sarah Michelle Gellar Dyes Hair Brown To Become The 'Marcia F**king Brady Of The Upper East Side' Again
Who is ready for the "Cruel Intentions" reboot?
Because everybody loves her and she intends to keep it that way.
But will Reese Witherspoon reprise her role?
In today's world music is almost always mentioned with the word streaming somewhere nearby; Apple's new streaming service, Spotify, Pandora, its' all something to be thumbed up or downed, choices made by algorithms based on listening habits. It's downloads and viral streams, YouTube, Soundclouds and ringtones.
Brad Everett Young is a mixture of excited, tired, and a little overwhelmed. The Los Angeles based photographer has been awake for over 24 hours. Why you ask? Young was invited to photograph the after-party of the musical "Cruel Intentions."
And this isn't the only reunion Gellar has had lately. Over the weekend, the actress reunited with her former "Buffy the
I interview Ryan Phillippe, director and star of the self-satirizing thrillerCatch Hell, about Clint Eastwood, why you should never sleep with a cop's girlfriend, why comedians get away with murder, and why hedge fund people don't care that you're a movie star.
7. "Police Academy: The Series," 1997-1998 Film Inspiration: "Police Academy," 1984 (and subsequent film sequels) In light
Not only was Ryan Phillippe 25 years old when he shot the film (Sarah Michelle Gellar was 22), but Selma Blair (naive freshman
Pause: Amy Adams was in "Cruel Intentions 2"? Longer pause: There was a "Cruel Intentions 2"? Long before Amy Adams was scoring