They were all trying to look like her, with their fake tans, fake eyelashes, fake hair. This was their chance -- the hundreds of young women who had traveled from Ecuador, Sweden, Abu Dhabi -- to see her, take a selfie with her, impress her: Kim Kardashian.
Thousands of teens journeyed to this year's VidCon conference in Anaheim to catch a glimpse of their favorite YouTube stars, and maybe even get a selfie with one of their idols.
There's a story that always comes up when people talk about Rachel McAdams, one that reveals her ambivalence about the machinery of Hollywood.
Amy Schumer's sister, Kim, looked down at her belly and frowned. She was sitting next to Amy in the car on the way to a fancy event this past spring, unhappy with how she looked. So Amy reached over, placed her hand on Kim's stomach and rubbed, as if she were one of those Buddha statues. Silently,...
"Old, but not obsolete."
There was cause for concern: Channing Tatum wanted to rock dad-bod.
“Do you mind if I light a cigar?” Marc Maron asked. “I feel like I want one. I’ve been a little nervous.”
When a movie calls for full-frontal male nudity, it's usually a blink-and-you-miss-it scenario.