New Girl's Jess and Nick share an obvious chemistry during the first two seasons, and fans could finally celebrate when watching the couple define their relationship in the season finale. Even when they're dating other people and insisting they're nothing more than friends, there was still plenty of will-they-won't-they tension — until, well, they did. Now that one of TV's cutest couples is officially together, take a look at the most adorable moments between Nick and Jess!
Actor and all-around adorable person Joseph Gordon-Levitt is making his directorial debut with Don Jon (formerly titled Don Jon's Addiction), in which he stars as a guy with old-fashioned values — mostly. He prioritizes his family, his friends, his faith, but most of all his porn. When the normally womanizing Jon falls for hopeless romantic Barbara (Scarlett Johansson), he thinks he can juggle her and his secret addiction. Then she walks in on him in front of the computer, and he's not checking his email.
I know this doesn't sound like a traditionally romantic film, but the trailer is so damn charming! The movie seems quirky yet painfully honest, and how can you resist seeing Gordon-Levitt singing "Good Vibrations" to himself in the car? His cute personal message at the beginning about how important this film is to him doesn't hurt, either. The movie comes out on Oct. 18, and you can check out the trailer after the jump.
The Cannes Film Festival is the most prominent cinematic celebration in the world, making it a place where a film can either skyrocket to success — or crash and burn.
This year, a handful of movies came to dominate the conversation among industry insiders in the South of France. Sofia Coppola's study of youth and excess in LA, The Bling Ring, and the latest Coen brothers offering, Inside Llewyn Davis, were two of the most talked-about projects in contention at the fest, and some unexpected films also made a splash. Click through for our breakdown of the six movies that got the most lip service — both good and bad! — during our time at this year's festival!
- AHS casts Emma Roberts — Vulture
- Who won Dancing With the Stars? — HuffPost Entertainment
- Watch the new General Zod-centric trailer for Man of Steel — Moviefone
- Should you be watching The Fall? — The Daily Beast
- Is Damon Wayans Jr. headed back to New Girl? — Splitsider
- Backup careers for zombie hunters — Cracked
- Meet the fresh faces of Summer TV — BuddyTV
- Is this the best movie opening this week? — Rotten Tomatoes
- Check out pictures of Anna Kendrick in Rapture-Palooza — NextMovie
- Billy Crystal enlisted for FX pilot — The Hollywood Reporter
- A new venture for the Muppets — POPSUGAR Moms
Vince Vaughn is about to have a whole lot of explaining to do. Actually, in the new teaser trailer for Delivery Man, it's the sperm donation clinic that is at fault for accidentally giving his, er, DNA to tons of women, resulting in 533 children. Yep, that's 533 children with one guy's genes. (I wonder if they're all as witty as Vaughn?) The movie doesn't come out for several months, but the quick teaser gives us a glimpse of Vaughn's reaction to finding out he's fathered all these kids and costar Chris Pratt as his lawyer.
I can't wait. I love Vaughn in almost everything (he's up next in The Internship with Owen Wilson), and this concept, though ludicrous, seems like a perfect fit for him. Plus, Pratt as a lawyer? Hilarious. I'm looking forward to the full trailer, in which we'll hopefully get to see Cobie Smulders as the love interest. The movie hits theaters Oct. 4, and you can watch the teaser trailer after the jump.
Amazon hopes you still care about Serena, Blair, Dan, and the gang now that Gossip Girl is off the air. The company announced today that it will sell Gossip Girl fan fiction, as well as stories about The Vampire Diaries and Pretty Little Liars, in the Kindle store. Those original books inspired the popular TV shows and a healthy amount of online fan fiction, and by bringing the latter to the Kindle, Amazon will make it easier to find and read. The company is also working on securing rights for additional content. The new program is called Kindle Worlds, and Amazon describes it as the "first commercial publishing platform that will enable any writer to create fan fiction based on a range of original stories and characters and earn royalties for doing so."
Writers will be able to self-publish stories of 10,000 words or more, and those who are eligible can get up to 35 percent of each sale. The owners of the original content also get a portion. After the success of Twilight fan fiction like Fifty Shades of Grey and Beautiful Bastard, Amazon's foray into the genre seems like a savvy move. Tells us below if you have an appetite for it.
With the unofficial kickoff to Summer upon us, we have beach reads on the brain! In time for Memorial Day, here are three new page-turners that will keep your mind off the office while you enjoy the sun and sand. From a book of bite-size and hilarious essays to a much-anticipated sequel about a certain devil who wears Prada, here are the books to pack along.
Father's Day is just around the corner, and you're in luck, because we have the perfect gift — our POPSUGAR Must Have Special Edition Summer For Him box! We've already revealed one of the exciting items inside — these cool wooden Proof sunglasses — and there's lots more to help your dad, grad, or any guy in your life tackle Summer looking sharp, drinking well, and getting into BBQ mode. Sign up by May 28, and we'll make sure to get the box there in time for Father's Day!
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