Books or looks?
Books or looks?
That Trunchbull is even more messed up than you thought.
It’s never too late to go back.
We all had that moment.
19 years later and apparently not much has changed.
Lavender and Matilda, together again.
Bruce is lookin’ as good as a chocolate cake.
Votre plus grand rêve : être payé(e) pour lire toute la journée.
Because we totally need something better than Legally Blonde.
“Sit down, you squirming worm of vomit!”
The star and writer of the original off-Broadway musical and subsequent film reveals Hedwig’s long road to the Great White Way, if he’ll ever don that wig again, and where things stand with the sequel.
Sure, you probably saw Forrest Gump and There’s Something About Mary, but what about What’s Eating Gilbert Grape and Kids?
From Lion King to Space Jam, how many of these classic (and not so classic) kids films did you see?
They’re all so good.
Roald Dahl said that “the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places.” Perhaps some are hidden in this quiz.
Plus the grooming secrets of 5 real-life Patrick Batemans, 9 of the weirdest items astronauts have taken to space, and the quiz that tells you what kind of Girls critic you are.
If you’re having a not-so-great holiday, here are some films that will put a smile back on your face.
The 1996 classic Matilda is being released on Blu-ray and the extras include a cast reunion where the actors decided to reenact their most iconic scenes.
The entire cast from the wonderful 1996 movie reunited this past weekend. My only question, was there chocolate cake? (via reddit.com)
The snozzberries taste like snozzberries!
The Tonys is the best awards show because everyone sings. Seriously, it seemed like everyone at Radio City Music Hall was involved in one of the night’s musical numbers.
“You wanted cake, you got cake…NOW EAT IT.”
Literally the most terrifying film ever created.
According to “Publication” the stage adaptation of Matilda is “The Best Quote.” Wow, great review.
Mara Wilson at her finest.
Thank you Bobby Finger.
The newly classified species of snake has menacing-looking yellow and black scales, dull green eyes and two spiky horns. And it’s named after a seven-year-old girl.