Emma Stone shows her Supervillain Spots.

Emma Stone is adorable, always. Nothing about her says villain. However:

She looks like Cruella Deville’s daughter. That is all I can see. Cruella Deville’s adorable-but-CLEARLY-villainous daughter.

Meanwhile, I know where in the world Carmen Sandiego is. Read the rest of this entry »

Best Dressed: Kate Winslet and Evan Rachel Wood

Full disclosure: I unabashedly adore both these women. But look at this picture and tell me my bias gets in the way:

Right?! They were both nominated for (their brilliant work in) Mildred Pierce. They were both dressed in Elie Saab. And they were both flawless, beautiful, perfection, etc. as the saying goes.

Plus there’s this: Read the rest of this entry »

Badass of the Night: Evan Rachel Wood

Seriously now this TIFF weekend featured Angelina Jolie, Anna Faris, Megan Fox and Stacy Keibler — any and all of whom have been called badass by someone or another. Remember when Angie carried blood in a vial across borders? And Stacy was a legit member of the WWE. Someone or another, ymmv. But as you see if you clicked, all those looks were BORING. None of those ladies brought it to Toronto. This one did:

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Interactive Wednesday: Gwen or Mary Jane?

Let’s start with this:

Guys, I’m so excited for this movie. I was not at first. In my eyes Spider-Man 2 is perfect and Spider-Man 3 is best forgotten (to avoid RAGE) and basically, I was over Spidey’s origin story and frankly, tired of the Hollywood/American idealization of youth and the rush to make movies just to keep making money and tie-in toys for McDonalds that are never marketed to girls despite the fact that Spider-Man is the favourite hero of all the females in my house.

But then it got cute.

Here’s our Gwen Stacey at the Met Gala:

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