10 years after the release of Mean Girls, "You go, Glen Coco!" endures as one of the movie's best catchphrases. But the man, the myth, the legend, the guy with four candy-cane-grams, Glen Coco, wasn't actually hired or paid to be in the film. Actor David Reale told Dazed how he ended up there anyway.
It's October 3rd.
...Or, at least, that's what Next Movie is claiming their intern Christopher Rosa is doing in the video below. I haven't checked the original script against his recitation. But even if he isn't entirely accurate, this is a mesmerizing twenty-nine minutes and seven seconds of a person in a room talking to himself while barely taking the time to breathe. It has the feel of a show on TLC.
It is 1986. We are 13- and 14-year-olds, rank-smelling in unwashed teenager jeans, unsupervised and latch-keyed after school, huddled around the face of the future: The screen of a first-generation Apple Macintosh personal computer. Within the machine's non-dairy creamer-colored casing is a malleable visual playground unlike anything we had seen before: Manic fonts, brick-wall patterns summoned with a mouse-click and distorted at will, spray-paint lines of variable size and density.
Today's date is October 3rd. If you forget the date at any time today, please revisit this video to jog your memory.
Oh, you hadn't heard that this movie was coming out? That's probably because it's heading straight to DVD. Inside, watch the trailer for the monstrosity that seems to have left out Lindsay Lohan, Tina Fey, and the entire original cast.
Things to keep in mind while silently judging your fellow party-goers this weekend: "In girl world, Halloween is the one night a year where a girl can dress like a total slut and nobody can say anything about it."
Kathie Lee's insults to her cohost reached a new low today when she made cruel comments about Hoda's looks. The awkward, uncalled-for jokes made us wonder when the day will come that Hoda finally snaps.