Oh, sometimes we longggg for the simpler times. But if we lived back then now, we wouldn’t be typing this. We’d be eating SPAM. And you wouldn’t be reading this. And we’d be out meeting people and living life! But since we’re here – check out this pipin’ hot gallery of Christmas holiday glamour full of tinsel and presents after the jumP!
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And while lookin’ like a snack, we might add! Check out Spice Girl Emma Bunton trying some of the ’90s faves above! Which ones did you love back then?! She seems surprised that all this candy she’s trying is SWEET! LOL.
“In 2018, I think there are a few neighborhoods that could use some Candyman justice, you know what I’m saying? I’m just happy that as an African-American man, that Candyman has once again been given the nod to enter people’s consciousness,” he says. “I hope that they don’t dance around the relationship between Candyman and the love of his life, the reason for his death and that they are actually allowed to kiss. [Back then] it was rare that African-American male film stars got to kiss any of the white leading ladies they worked with. I’m just speaking my mind here.”
– Tony Todd , the original Candyman, reacts to Jordan Peele‘s new ‘Candyman’ reboot.
Will Ferrell as a giant man-boy thinking he was born an Elf has become a family holiday classic. It’s about time it got the HONEST TRAILERs treatment just in time for Xmas! Check it out above and watch Elf online here.
!! OMG, True Blood creator Alan Ball talks having auditioned Benedict Cumberbatch, Jessica Chastain, and J.Law for roles on the show !!
“I read Benedict Cumberbatch. He came and read for Bill. … Jessica Chastain read for Sookie. Jennifer Lawrence read for, in season 3 there’s this werepanther girl, and she was great.”
Ball really wanted to cast Lawrence, but she was only 17 at the time and the character was meant to be Jason’s girlfriend, so the age difference would’ve been inappropriate. On Anna Paquin‘s casting:
“Anna wanted this role so bad. Poor thing, she read like five times and I was like oh, do we buy her as Southern? Do we buy her as Sookie Stackhouse?”
– True Blood creator Alan Ball.