Jason Momoa Opens Up About Parenting: «My Kids Are the Greatest Piece of Art»

Jason Momoa is buffer than ever on the December cover of Men’s Health. The Justice League star, who officially tied the knot with longtime love Lisa Bonet in October, shows off his skills in rock climbing, guitar playing, and stick fighting in the spread, which times perfectly with the release of his superhero film on Nov. 17. In the interview, Jason opens up about parenting — he and Lisa share daughter Lola and son Nakoa-Wolf — saying, «Sometimes you don’t learn it from your parents. You learn it from your best friends. Instead of just, ‘This is what a man’s supposed to be’ . . . you can make something really positive,» adding, «The truth is we’re all searching. We’re all looking for guidance, for mentors, and I’m by no means someone to follow.»

Jason went on to reveal what he hopes to be remembered by: «I want to be remembered as, I hope, an amazing husband and a great father,» he said. «My kids are the greatest piece of art. If I can pump them full of amazing stuff and surround them with beautiful art and music, then I’m going to live out my life watching them.» He went on, «They’re already way smarter and just way better than me. God, I love it. It’s beautiful. I want it to be the greatest thing I ever do: make good humans.»

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Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady’s Costume Will Make You Want a Piece of Avocado Toast STAT

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Celebrities have been really getting into the Halloween spirit, and this year, Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady decided to take their love for avocado toast to a whole new level. On Tuesday, the former supermodel shared a couple photos of her and Tom trick-or-treating with their daughter Vivian and son Benjamin, but we just couldn’t take our eyes off of their adorable avocado toast costume. «Happy Halloween!!! I can’t resist an avocado!!» Gisele captioned the snap. Between the couple’s cute pose and their hilarious getup, we must say, this is one of the most original celebrity costumes we’ve seen this year.

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Chase Elliott Superfan Wants a Piece of Denny Hamlin

Typically our Sundays are all about fans fighting each other, but that wasn’t the case over at Martinsville Speedway where a HEATED Chase Elliott fan got close enough to Denny Hamlin to give him a piece of his mind.

For those who don’t give a damn about NASCAR, this all stems from Hamlin wrecking Elliott (race leader at the time) with just three laps left in today’s First Data 500. This could have been Elliott’s first career victory, but he ended up placing 27th after a restart, while Hamlin finished seventh.

Hamlin and Elliott exchanged words after the race, but that pales in comparison to this No. 24 superfan coming to his boy’s defense:

Hamlin took to Twitter postrace to apologize:

Elliott telling Hamlin that he wrecked him:

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What Piece of Pop Culture Did You Change Your Mind On?

One of the best things about my job is that I find myself exposed to exponentially more pop culture than I ever experienced before, even as an ardent lover of film, TV and literature. It’s made that much easier by my position as a film studies student as well as our current climate’s ever expanding field of content. Forget Peak TV: We’re in the midst of Peak Everything! That has its obvious benefits, but just as evident are the drawbacks. When there’s so much to watch, read or listen to, how do you find time to consume even a smidgen of it? Trying to find a way to try every new series or bestseller at least once is tough enough; how do you make room to revisit any of it?

I’m a stubborn individual. I like what I like and I prize my time too much to reconsider the horrifying possibility that I may be wrong on certain occasions. Alas, there are times when, in the rush to get that hot take or in the middle of a mood change, things get quickly dismissed or just flat out ignored. Looking through the gargantuan selection of original content at Netflix, I know there’s stuff there I’d probably be interested in, but it feels like my time to enjoy it has passed with the tide of buzz that fleetingly overwhelmed it. During my adolescent explorations of film, wherein I introduced myself to movies outside the realm of the multiplex, I would watch things people told me were good, and sometimes I didn’t give them the time or thought they needed, yet I couldn’t convince myself to give them another go. I’d already seen the film and didn’t like it, so what if I re-watched it and still didn’t like it? Why waste another two hours like that?

Now and then, I break the habit of a lifetime and decide to give a second chance to the pop culture that disappointed me. Sometimes, it feels so good to be wrong about something. As a teenager, I remember being overwhelmed by my disappointment for Sofia Coppola’s Lost in Translation. After months of reading glowing reviews and articles online and in magazines, and seeing Coppola become only the third female Best Director nominee in the Oscars’ history, I was adamant that I would be utterly thrilled by her melancholic romantic drama, just like everyone else. Imagine my immature surprise when I found myself utterly bored by the viewing experience. It wasn’t the film, it was me, but it took a good few years to admit that, even after I’d seen Coppola’s other films and heartily enjoyed them (Marie Antoinette remains my favourite of her filmography). Going back to the film as a bona fide adult, I found a film far more on my wavelength, as I aged into the story, my emotions in tune with what was on-screen. As much as I had loved to think of myself as being a teenager of impressive emotional intellect, as is usually the case with that point in time, it was all nonsense.

Lost in Translation was a film that needed time, but it also needed experience. I’ve never found myself living a solitary life in Japan or selling whisky to the masses, but I have greater knowledge of how films are made and why now. As a teen, the film looked pretty, I knew that, but didn’t get why it had to be so damn quiet or slow. That ending aggravated me too — all that waiting and pondering, and I didn’t even get to hear what Bill Murray whispered to Scarlett Johansson at the end. To me, that was cruel. On second watch, the silence was engrossing. Really, it wasn’t silence at all: It was impeccable sound design, the right score for the right moment, the rhythms of daily life playing out at their own pace. There was no need for Murray’s whisper to be revealed, because now the result was too satisfying on its own to be punctuated with a moment of finality.

I got it. I finally got it.

There are also times where that youthful attempt at beyond-my-years maturity gives way to reality. These days, I care far less about what people think of my taste in pop culture, whereas as a teen, with few friends and a burgeoning relationship with internet message boards (rest in peace, IMDb forums), there were appearances to keep up. Some films or books felt delightfully proper and the kind of entertainment one should be consuming if they were to consider themselves true experts of the medium. Who cares if any of it was actually enjoyable; someone important gave it five stars so they had to be worth emulating. This wasn’t all bad — it was how I discovered David Lynch, Margaret Atwood, and Ziggy Stardust — but then there was stuff like Dogville, a film that still wholeheartedly disturbs me, but one I no longer find especially worthwhile. Like every teenager, I’m sure, I had that Dogville phase, where watching a 3-hour existential torture drama that ends with a David Bowie song was a task of utmost importance that required my wholehearted devotion. It wasn’t fun, it was important. I convinced myself for a long time that Lars Von Trier was some sort of radical genius, in part because a film that bleak and punishing just had to be. Why else would you make it?

The best thing about loving pop culture is that it empowers you to reject long-held notions of supposed importance and nobility in art, and so a few years ago I finally admitted to myself that, while the film did hold some sort of sway over me I can’t deny to this day, Dogville is basically just banal cruelty with some shoddy direction. I didn’t have anything to prove anymore, but I also knew how to decipher what made a film work or fail on its own merits. Dogville sets itself the strictest of rules, but why it does that beyond a desire to torture Nicole Kidman eluded me, and I didn’t care to dive any deeper into that. If I want bleakness in film, I’ll go for Brazil. At least that has some jokes.

So what pop culture did you change your mind on? What film did you hate before that you love now? What made you reconsider that TV show you’d previously dismissed or outright despised? Let us know in the comments.


Senators Fan Gives A Nice 2 Piece Combo To A Maple Leafs Fan

It was a nice little surprise to wake up this morning and see a couple of Canucks throw down at a regular season hockey game last night. I think we can all get down with some hockey fan fights in the middle of October when there are 70+ games left on the schedule.

It just means more in Canada. They should really steal that from the SEC.

Evidently, the Leafs fan was causing some trouble before the video started and the first 30 seconds of the video looked like everything was cooling off with people going their separate ways. But that’s when buddy in the #74 jersey came out of nowhere and started wailing.

Love it. Hockey fans remain undefeated.

It was a lot better fight than the one we saw earlier this week

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Mayim Bialik Wrote A Piece About The Harvey Weinstein Situation And People Got Pissed

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The think pieces about Harvey Weinstein have begun, one of which has come courtesy of Hollywood long-timer and outspoken person Mayim Bialik. Mayim has been working in Hollywood since she was 11 years old, so she decided to come forward with her thoughts on being a feminist in a sexualized culture that benefits people like Harvey. It didn’t go over too well.

The New York Times published an op-ed piece written by Mayim on Friday titled: Being a Feminist in Harvey Weinstein’s World. Mayim talked about arriving in Hollywood as a “prominent-nosed, awkward, geeky, Jewish 11-year-old” and realizing from a young age that the industry sort-of ran on pretty. On top of being awkward, she also claims she dressed modestly and her mom told her to stay away from  gross grown men. As such, she claims she never really dealt with the Harveys of Hollywood.

“As a proud feminist with little desire to diet, get plastic surgery or hire a personal trainer, I have almost no personal experience with men asking me to meetings in their hotel rooms. Those of us in Hollywood who don’t represent an impossible standard of beauty have the ‘luxury’ of being overlooked and, in many cases, ignored by men in power unless we can make them money.”

Mayim further stressed that people can’t be “naïve” about the culture we live in (ie. one in which sex sells or books you gigs). She ended by saying that people who aren’t a “perfect 10” like herself can rest assured that someone out there finds them stunning, irresistible, and worthy of attention. She could have ended there, but unfortunately she steered the train into problematic junction by adding: “The best part is you don’t have to go to a hotel room or a casting couch to find them.

The Washington Post pointed out that Mayim’s op-ed got a lot of bad feedback. Some people accused Blossom of victim-blaming, and suggesting women have the responsibility in not getting sexually assaulted or harassed. Mayim didn’t understand why people were so pissed off, and she addressed all criticism on Twitter. Mayim swears her intention wasn’t to victim blame.

As she said, Mayim did a Facebook live event this morning. Mayim, who claims she was staying off social media, said it had been brought to her attention that people thought she was implying that you could protect yourself from sexual assault by the clothing you wear or behavior you exhibit. She says she’s sorry for that. Again, not her intention. She says she was speaking to her experience and not trying to make a broad generalization about sexual assault.

“I’m a human being, and there’s a lot that I’ve chosen not to share, but absolutely I am deeply, deeply hurt if any women who has been assaulted – or man – thinks that in any way I was victim-blaming.

What I’m talking about specifically, is the culture of Hollywood, the way that women are encouraged to present themselves, and the way that men encourage women to present themselves. For me, I feel protected in my industry more when I keep parts of me private than if I did not do that.

That may not be true for all women. I’m not saying that makes me immune to abuse or assault. I’m not saying that the way any woman dresses holds them responsible for being assaulted.”

Oh Mayim, of course you can only speak to your own experiences. But in Harvey Weinstein’s case, I don’t know if specific clothing choices would have mattered. What am I saying? Of course clothing wouldn’t have mattered. Modest, immodest, whatever. Harvey Weinstein probably would have taken a meeting with someone dressed in the Phillie Phanatic costume if he had even the most remote suspicion that there were boobs somewhere underneath.

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“Kevin Can Wait” Addressed The Death Of Kevin’s Wife With A Piece Of Junk Mail


Last night, the viewers of CBS’ Kevin Can Wait finally got to see how the show killed off Kevin James’ TV wife Donna (played by Erinn Hayes). If you thought that killing off a character so that Leah Remini could swoop in and recreate the chemistry of The King of Queens was cold, put on a warm jacket. Because the season premiere of Kevin Can Wait dropped it a few degrees below freezing.

Erinn Hayes was fired from the show, and it was revealed the show would address her death with a time-jump forward in the second season. E! News notes that the show began with Kevin’s character Kevin looking at the mail and finding a letter addressed to his wife from her gym that read: “We haven’t seen you, we miss you.” Kevin replies, “You know what, so do I.” His daughter Kendra (Taylor Spreitler) grabs the letter and says, “It’s been over a year since she died, they shouldn’t still be sending this.” Then Kevin makes a joke about not throwing it out, because…he wants to save the coupon attached for a kung fu lesson. Yeah, save that coupon, Kevin. You’re going to want to have some kind of self-defense skills to protect you from Donna’s ghost after she catches wind of how sloppily she was written out.

They cover Donna’s death again briefly towards the end of the episode when Kendra gets married with a simple “I miss mom,” but that’s it. No explanation of how she went, or what kind of sandwiches they served at the memorial. I bet if you ask Erinn Hayes what happened, she would address her exit in an equally unceremonious way. “Look, all you need to know is that I’m done with that shit. The end, case closed.

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Wendy Williams Defended Her Man After He Was Accused Of Having A Side Piece For 10 Years


Wendy Williams woke up to a hot steaming mug of her own medicine yesterday while reading what the The Daily Mail left on her doorstep: A giant manila folder full of receipts from their investigation into her husband Kevin Hunter’s alleged decades long affair with a 32-year-old massage therapist. Apparently the Daily Mail has been stalking Kevin and his alleged mistress Sharina Hudson for almost a year. They claim that Kevin has been living a double life, moving between his home with Wendy and the condo he bought for Sharina for the past 10 years.

According to the Mail:

DailyMail.com was able to uncover Hunter’s double life after an exhaustive year-long investigation. After a tip back in September 2016, Hunter was discovered splitting his time between the family home in Livingston, New Jersey, and a luxury two-bedroom condo he owns 30 miles away in Fort Lee, New Jersey, where his mistress was staying.

Daily Mail must have little birds everywhere because they have an indecent amount pictures of Kevin and Sharina together. They have pics of them coming and going from the apartment as well as back and forth to the gym. They have a bunch of pics of Sharina (whom they claim Kevin calls his “shawty”) out grocery shopping and in one she is wearing a giant diamond ring on her engagement finger. They have pictures of the INSIDE of the mailbox at the new, more private $ 765,000 house Kevin supposedly upgraded them to, showing both Kevin and Sharia’s names.

You can’t hide from The Daily Mail, Kevin. They have eyes (and noses) everywhere.

At one point, Hunter made an hour long call from a terrace to the rear of the property and on another day he ventured out to smoke a suspicious looking cigarette.

Sources have placed them at restaurants and claim they live a pretty normal life other than the fact that Kevin has a wife, house and a kid just a couple of towns over. DM claims that sources have told them that Sharia’s parents hate the relationship and want Kevin to leave Wendy so he can be with Sharia and make them grandbabies. Good lord, people are so, so dumb when it comes to rich motherfuckers.

Back in 2008 we first learned that Kevin wasn’t first in his class at gentleman school. At that time Kevin was sued for sexual harassment by a talent broker who worked on Wendy’s radio show (Kevin was Wendy’s manager, and still is. They also jointly own a production company) which was settled out of court. Wendy also admits that Kevin had an affair in 2001 but that she decided she would stay with him, claiming the incident made their relationship stronger. This marriage must be so strong at this point it could take on Godzilla. And Wendy is STILL standing by her man! Wendy flashed her wedding ring on her show today and said that the rumors are as fake as her Michael Jackson-ized nose.

“I stand by my guy. All is well in Hunterville. Don’t believe the hype. And if there was hype, believe me, I would let you know. And by the way, I’ll be following this story. So I guess I’ll have to watch to find out what happens.”

Uh huh… Hmmm.. Maybe Wendy was the “source” all along! That’s the only way this story has the satisfactory, Shondaland “oh no she didn’t!” ending I’m hoping for.

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FKA Twigs Was Papped Getting “Cozy” With A Model Piece In Ibiza

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Robert Pattinson gave Twi-hards a boner the other day when Howard Stern asked him if he was still engaged to FKA Twigs, and he replied, “Yeah, kind of.” Nobody checked to see if Kristen Stewart, while soaking in the lady pond, replied, “Don’t even think about it.” Nothing would give those fanged fans greater glee than seeing the reboot of Edward and Bella, even if Bella is into poon and Edward is into… bad haircuts and rank-ass movies. FKA apparently took Rob’s maybe-maybe-not engagement chatter as the green light to paw up on another piece.

The Daily Mail says she “smoulders” in Ibiza as a male model “snuggles” her.

I mean, is that really smouldering? That more looks like looking down at your take-out to make sure the receptionist at the sushi joint didn’t fuck up your order. Apparently the male model is le Frenchman Brieuc Breitenstein, and, fuck the Spanish beaches, because all FKA eyes were on him:

“Ignoring the pretty cobbled streets, she instead gazed at Brieuc as they stood close together, talking intently.”

Talking intently?! Sacré bleu! But about what, you ask?! Hmmmm… maybe… just maybe:

Maybe because Brieuc works a dress better than FKA, and she wants him to teach her his ways! Their talk-a-thon comes days after Rob did something equally as scandalous when he held the door open sat with Katy Perry. At dinner. Fuuuuuuuuuck. Hope he went to Jared for that ring! Oh, no ring? Just shared breadsticks? Even better.

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Jerry Jones With The Mark Davis Cut, Dick Pound Rips The NHL & Megan Retzlaff Busting Out Of A One Piece

Football is back… and I stopped watching by half-time

How about that game last night? I did what I do every year and got way too excited for a meaningless NFL game, only to be bored by the 2nd quarter. Happens every year like clockwork. I’m not totally crazy about watching 5th string guys trot out there trying to make the team. But don’t get me wrong, I’m always down with the preseason, though. Give me any and all football. I need it like a drug, but when we start getting deep into the roster, I check out. Luckily I won’t have to worry about getting that next supply for the next 6 months.

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