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Out of the Box: Look of the Week

Welcome to one of 2014’s last editions of “Out of the Box” with another collection of the week’s best looks from talk show appearances, the red carpet and magazine cover shoots. 424 more words

Out Of The Box: Look Of The Week

Krysten Ritter Promotes Her New Film 'Big Eyes' in NYC

With a cast that includes Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz, this film seems like a worthwhile gamble with time & money, especially considering it’s coming out of Tim Burton’s head. 187 more words

Babes

Krysten Ritter on Marvel's Jessica Jones Series

We recently reported that Actress Krysten Ritter would be playing the lead role for one of Marvel’s Netflix Series, Jessica Jones. Krysten recently spoke with Cosmopolitan.com on her upcoming role saying that she wasn’t originally a fan of the character in Marvel’s comic but now she can’t put the source material, Marvel comic series… 217 more words

Comics

Three Reasons Why A.K.A Jessica Jones Will Rock Your World

Marvel’s recent announcement that Netflix will be airing a 13-episode series titled “Marvel’s A.K.A. Jessica Jones” gave us all kinds of goosebumps.┬áThe revelation marks a step in the right direction for Marvel, who are hopefully more committed than ever in taking female-led superhero content to our screens. 287 more words

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Krysten Ritter Had A Backstage Reunion With Her 'Breaking Bad' Buddy Aaron Paul On 'Kimmel'

Yeah Bitch! app tycoon Aaron Paul and Krysten Ritter, our future Jessica Jones, were both booked on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night. Unfortunately, we never saw them together, but Jane raved to Jimmy about how nice it was to see (and smell) her Jesse backstage before explaining that she hasn’t eaten Mylanta and oatmeal, which goes together like peanut butter and jelly and dog turds, since filming a pivotal… 31 more words

TV

Jason Schwartzman Plays a Novelist Doomed to Misery in 'Listen Up Philip'

You could be forgiven for thinking Listen Up Philip was adapted from a novel. Writer-director Alex Ross Perry makes what seems like a conscious effort to fuse the forms of novel and film into a hybrid character study that resists, like many great novels, both conventional storytelling and conventional crowd-pleasing. 527 more words

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