Rachel Pally

16 Feb 19

The actress-turned-royal will reportedly star in the singles comedy that has been picked up by Artist Rights Distribution for North America

15 Feb 19
Isabella Romance Novels

The Duchess of Sussex is returning to the big screen, but it’s not quite a new movie fans might be hoping for. One of Meghan Markle’s past films has been picked up by distribution, with plans for it to be released in theaters later this year. The…

15 Feb 19
Latest Entertainment News | Top Celebrity News, Hollywood Headlines

Looks like you’ll still get to see Meghan Markle on the big screen! A movie the former actress is featured in — called “The Boys and Girls Guide to Getting Down” — has been picked up by the Artist Rights Distribution for North America, with plans for it to be released this year, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The […]

12 Feb 19

After an amazing week in Tulum, I’m excited to share our trip! Bohemian dreamscape, nestled along the Caribbean coast. About an hour and a half drive from the Cancun Airport. White sand beaches, eco-friendly boutique hotels, incredible restaurants.. we already cannot wait to make it back! I’m going to try to fit everything in to […]

25 Jan 19

A recap of all the FabFitFun items from 2018.

01 Feb 19
Socialist Majority

1) Our urgent task is to build a socialist majority. To build a socialist majority, we need to engage working people in effective campaigns around immediate demands. We need to organize in a way that recognizes and combats white supremacy, patriarchy, and all other systems of oppression as well as capitalism. We need to help […]

20 Jan 19
Creative Writing by Victoria Jane Leith

Melanie Melanie awoke to the sound of shuffling papers. There were always papers shuffling in this school. She opened her eyes and smelt the unmistakable stench of vomit. Without moving her head she scanned her eyes around the room to try and make sense of where she was. The medical room. This is where sick […]

18 Jan 19
Teresa's Big O(pinion)

When I got my first FabFitFun box last year I was so excited I thought I might explode. It’s more expensive than any of the other subscriptions I had tried and I was concerned that it wouldn’t actually be worth the price. I’ve received four more boxes, and while I’ve been happier with some boxes […]

09 Jan 19
Coffee-Stained Lace

As if I haven’t shared enough across social media- I figured, it’s time to show you the whole damn thing. Here it is- our engagement session in Philadelphia. I will be honest- the only thing I am worried about after getting these photos, is how can our wedding day POSSIBLY top these photos?!? I knew […]

03 Jan 19
handstand happiness

One of my all-time favorite sales of the year is HERE at J. Britt!!! Twice a year they do a “Half Yearly Sale” that is SO GOOD! The sale is 30-75% STOREWIDE (with some exclusions) and their inventory is ridiculous, so block some time out of your day to go shop!  This sale runs Thursday, January […]

14 Dec 18

Still looking for the latest and greatest movie, TV series or book to finish before the year is out? Why not ask the folks behind Hollywood’s favorite hits, what they’re reading and viewing this 2018. We reached out to the stars and creators behind the things you love (including Barry Jenkins, Steven Canals and Dan Levy)  to […]

08 Dec 18
Ed B on Sports

Phoebe Neidhardt was born on January 19, 1987 in Los Angeles County, California, USA as Phoebe Matilda Neidhardt. She is an actress and writer, known for Silicon Valley (2014), Scandal (2012) and When We Rise (2017). Born: January 19, 1987 in Los Angeles County, California, USA Actress (46 credits)  2018 Anything For You, Abby (Short) […]

05 Dec 18

Sustainable and conscious-driven fashion takes center stage while organizers double down on core missions.

30 Nov 18
Rolling Stone
So how is 2018, the Year of Maximum Streaming TV, going out — with a bang or a whimper? Well, that depends on what you think of Emmys’ latest favorite show returning for a second season, a genre thriller featuring a telepathic dinosaur and a brand new take on everyone’s favorite animated classic featuring angst-ridden rabbits. Oh, and Netflix wheels out a beauty-pageant revenge comedy, an adaptation of John Grisham’s first go as a nonfiction writer, and a night to remember with the one and only Bruce Springsteen. We’re leaning towards “bang,” in other words. Here’s what you’ll be streaming up until the clock strikes 12 on New Year’s Eve. (You can find network and cable TV recommendations for the month here.) Champaign, ILL (YouTube Premium, Dec. 12th) Ronnie and Alf (Adam Pally and Sam Richardson) think they’ve got it made, living as errand boys for their rap superstar buddy Lou (Jay Pharaoh): pick up cognac, hold onto the weed if the five-oh rolls by, enjoy all the secondhand spoils of wealth, etc. It’s a moocher’s paradise, until their boss unexpectedly kicks the bucket. Cue the anti-Entourage gang returning to their childhood homes in the Illinois suburbs, trading Bentleys for bicycles and gold bottles for Gatorade. Richardson and Pally remain two of TV comedy’s most reliable scene-stealers — if you’re not watching Detroiters, get with it, people — so if the idea of a hip-hop Crosby-and-Hope duo is your idea of hilarious, you’re in for a treat. Dumplin’ (Netflix, Dec. 7th) Willowdean (Patti Cake$‘ Danielle Macdonald) has had it with her prima donna momma Rosie (Jennifer Aniston) flaunting her past as a pageant queen all over creation, so the girl decides to register for the local competition out of spite. She ignites a mini-revolution of positivity and self-esteem, inspiring other town misfits to join her crusade and redefine the tired old standards of inner and outer beauty. Featuring new music from Dolly Parton (!), as if the rest of this was not enough to get you to press “play.” The Innocent Man (Netflix, Dec. 14th) Just when it seemed like we’d hit a critical mass of true-crime series, lord of the airplane-read paperback John Grisham shows us how its done. The novelist’s 2006 book investigated the sad account of Ada, Oklahoma, a small town where a pair of murders during the Eighties rocked the community. Now, the man himself revisits the case for Netflix, poking holes in the state’s case against the men locked up for these heinous crimes. The series then contrasts those two slayings with a more recent Ada crime, the 2005 murder of a teenage girl at the hands of her mother’s ex. The truth is a lot darker and more complicated than it seems. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Season 2 (Amazon, Dec. 5th) Back with an armful of Emmys in tow, Midge Maisel (Rachel Brosnahan) continues her No. 1-with-a-wisecrack ascent to the top of the stand-up game. The new hit show from Gilmore Girls creator Amy Sherman-Palladino goes into its sophomore season with Midge continuing to wedge her foot in the door of the comedy boys’ club, searching for a new Mr. Right and wrestling with her loving if overbearing family. Expect side trips to Paris and the Catskills as well. To put Sherman-Palladino’s ongoing success in a comedian’s tongue: she’s killing it up there. Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle (Netflix, Dec. 7th) Motion-capture actor-turned director Andy Serkis marshaled all of his technological know-how for this quasi-live-action treatment that casts youngster Rohan Chand against a menagerie of computer-generated fauna voiced by the likes of Christian Bale, Benedict Cumberbatch, Cate Blanchett and Tom Hollander. (Bad luck, King Louie fans, but the horn-blowing orangutan is nowhere to be seen.) Though the film excises the songs that made Disney’s The Jungle Book a family favorite, it replaces them with grave-faced maturity, violence and a visual sophistication that all but submits itself as a challenge to the upcoming Lion King remake. Runaways, Season 2 (Hulu, Dec. 21st) Say what you will about Marvel’s recent slate of Netflix shows (RIP, Daredevil) — none of them featured a telepathic dinosaur. One of Superhero TV’s more offbeat projects goes once more unto the streaming breach, with the diverse super-team of super-teens must once again take up the fight against the villainous coalition known as “The Pride.” Their nemeses — who also happen to be the Runaways’ parents [gulp] — have concocted some nefarious new endgame this year, which has something to do with a frame-job for the murder that concluded the first season. Also: New romances, new threats and, thankfully, the same ol’ Old Lace. Springsteen on Broadway (Netflix, Dec. 16th) He was on Broadway — and now he’s on your laptop! Springsteen’s yearlong residency at the Walter Kerr Theatre was devoted to creating a more intimate experience than the Boss’s arena shows, blending stirring live performances with free-form storytelling and reminiscing from his autobiography. Crowds got a front-row seat as an enduring legend spilled his guts on his fraught relationship with his parents, his romance with wife Patti Scialfa and his activist tendencies — now anyone with wi-fi can check it out. Did we mention that it’s Bruce Springsteen on Broad-goddamn-way?! Tidelands (Netflix, Dec. 14th) This Australian import pulls a tricky switcheroo, starting as a crime thriller before mutating into a bizarre work of sci-fi. Reformed criminal Cal (Charlotte Best) wants nothing more than to build a quiet, dignified life for herself in her hometown of Orphelin Bay. A murder in this small fishing village, however, complicates her plans. And complicating that complication is the minor detail that many of the town’s denizens are half-human, half-siren hybrids known as “Tidelanders.” Corpses begin piling up, naturally. Best of luck staying on the straight and narrow! Vanity Fair (Amazon, Dec. 21st) So you’re up for yet another comedy of manners featuring upper-crust Brits behaving badly, you say? Amazon’s happy to oblige with this spiffed-up treatment of William Makepeace Thackeray’s 1848 novel about the ineffable Becky Sharp: heartbreaker, schemer, master manipulator and social climber par excellence. Watch her wind a devious path through the court of King George IV and the Battle of Waterloo, using little more than gossip and her wits! Anglophiles can count on the customary costuming of breathtaking elegance, some delectably devastating bons mots and a few mangled reputations to boot. Watership Down (Netflix, Dec. 25th) Whether this is your first encounter with the famed children’s novel or you’ve already been traumatized by the 1978 cartoon version, Netflix and BBC1 want to open some fresh emotional wounds. James McAvoy, Ben Kingsley, Gemma Arterton, Olivia Colman, John Boyega and Nicholas Hoult all lend their vocal talents to the story of a rabbit enclave that sets out for new territory when one of their own prophesies the destruction of their home. The producers have stated in no uncertain terms that their miniseries tones down the carnage for which the older film is now notorious, ensuring that the whole family has nothing to worry about except, y’know, the looming specter of bunny annihilation.